CAPE CANAVERAL (CBSMiami/AP) — The Falcon is back in its nest.READ MORE: COVID In Florida: Cases, Positivity Rates, Deaths Rise Amid Coronavirus Surge
Following a historic landing, SpaceX’s booster rocket has been returned to a hangar at Cape Canaveral
The California company led by Elon Musk shared a picture of the returned booster Sunday.
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The booster carried satellites aloft Dec. 21, then flew back to its specified landing zone, a first for an orbital mission. It landed upright on legs.
Musk plans to fire the booster again in a test to demonstrate rocket reusability. This particular booster won’t fly again, given its significance. Another booster landing could occur as early as next month on a space station supply run for NASA.
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