SpaceX is Planning to Land a Rocket on a Moving Drone Ship Next Week

SpaceX has officially proclaimed that they are going to embark their rocket Falcon 9 with a payload in to the space on the 17th of January 2016. Although, like many other satellites it would not be smoldering up in the space and also would not have an accidental arrival on Earth. They have arranged for the rocket to land on a moving ship. Last month on December 21, 2015, the SpaceX astonished everybody by setting off its Falcon 9 rocket into space and then landing it back on ground in Cape Canaveral, Florida. This happened for the first time in history that a rocket had sent into the space and brought back to Earth safely and soundly.



After thrusting the space, its first-stage rocket was disposed and it definitely cost a lot of money. But on the other hand this type of rocket can be used again when needed, so this costs less. The SpaceX team is modifying things according to it. It is clear that we can send a rocket to the space and bring it back to Earth so that it can be used again but the team SpaceX is endeavoring to scrutinize a rocket that can land on a mobile ship. In the end, it has to do with versatility. It provides us with an ease about when and how rockets can send into orbit that can land on a moving platform. 

It is not often viable for a rocket to land on a fixed position like a flat or an empty space. Weather conditions also affect this.


Moreover a mobile landing position can be devised where it is secure or fuel-saving for the rocket to land.
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