NASA illustration of the Space Launch System heavy-lift rocket. Credit: NASA
Arion 1 PLD Space
Falcon 9 GRACE-FO launch
Blue Origin Jsat New Glenn
Two of Falcon Heavy's three core stages make a synchronized landing. The third core stage was programmed to land on a droneship at sea. Credit: SpaceX via Twitter.
Arion 1 PLD Space
Callisto CNES reusability
SpaceX Falcon 9 SES-11
SpaceX EchoStar-105/SES-11 launch
Ariane 6 screen shot, no side boosters
SpaceX Falcon 9 grid fins
A SpaceX Falcon 9 booster being returned to port aboard a drone ship following the JCSAT-14 Mission in May, 2016. Credit: SpaceX
Falcon 9 Iridum-1 landing
“Looking forward for reusability, we don’t believe it really, really counts unless you can turn it around rapidly, or almost as rapidly, as you turn around an aircraft,” SpaceX President Gwynne Shotwell said Wednesday at the 33rd Space Symposium. “Our challenge right now is to refly a rocket within 24 hours. That’s when we’ll really feel like we’ve got reusability right.” Credit: Tom Kimmell
Falcon Heavy
Falcon 9 first stage landing

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