Earlier this week, SpaceX landed their Falcon 9 rocket for the fourth time at sea, in a row none the less.

That said, none of the landings have been the same, and each time we get a better look at the events as they proceeded.

This time, we have received footage of what has to be the best possible view of the landing, showing the rockets as it repositioned itself and landed on the drone ship, from an onboard camera on the side of the rocket, providing a look at how the rockets are controlled, and the process of completing such a feat.

Check out the video below.

You can also find some more views on SpaceX’s Instagram or on their Flickr page.

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