Elon Musk’s SpaceX today launched the Falcon 9 rocket, which has now safely landed back home to Earth.

I’m trying to be that person who claims the ablution of a rocket and landing it safely back on Earth into orbit is boring — far from it. It’s more like a morning television show at this point. Just look at our page on SpaceX — we’ve accounting lots of belief that are cheers and hand-claps to the aggregation for bringing addition rocket home.

In short, the fact that SpaceX launched a rocket and brought it back is old news. Or at the very least, it’s expected.

We’ve absolutely come a long way from the first re-entry and landing of a Falcon 9 rocket in December 2015. This is the fourth acknowledged ground pad landing of a Falcon 9. It was only a month ago we were advertisement on the company’s first acknowledged re-launch of an alternate rocket.

The fact that acknowledged landings are expected, rather than the exception, must be a good thing. We are truly entering the age of recyclable rockets.

In this case, the launch was absorbing more for what we don’t know about it than what we do. The burden was some kind of spy satellite, the exact nature of which is classified. The chump who paid for this launch was the National Reconnaissance Office, which manages such satellites for the United States Department of Defense.

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