[Update] SpaceX has successfully launched and landed, yes landed, the Falcon 9 rocket as part of its JCSAT-14 mission.

You can watch the stream back below.

[Original Story] SpaceX is getting ready for another launch this week, the mission is to launch a Japanese communications satellite called the JCSAT-14 from Cape Canaveral on Friday at 1:21AM ET.

Originally it was scheduled for today (Thursday), however, it has since been pushed back due to weather concerns.

Probably the most exciting part of the launch will be landing attempt, as the Falcon 9 will be attempting to land on the drone ship as usual, however, SpaceX has said that they do not expect it to do so successfully due to the length of flight required.

The Falcon 9 will be delivering the JCSAT-14 satellite into a very elliptical orbit above the Earth’s surface, which is otherwise known as the geostationary transfer orbit. Because of this “the first-stage will be subject to extreme velocities and re-entry heating,” which will make a successful landing unlikely according to SpaceX.

That said it should still be an interesting watch, so make sure to watch it live via the embed above, we will update you as things kick off on this post as well.

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