SpaceX has launched a satellite by using the pre-flown rocket. The great news is that today (June 4) at 12:45 a.m. EDT (0445 GMT) a Falcon9 rocket with the SES-12, which is a commercial satellite flew off from Florida’s Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. This is the second mission of this launcher, which has helped the loft the U.S. Air Force’s robotic X-37B space plane on the last year in September month. The first stage of the landing return to earth to point the landing, and the booster is discontinued it.

The firm has reflown the landed boosters for 12 times and Falcon-3 stages for 13 times. All these performances can be reused, and Space X entirely makes the efforts. According to the company CEO Elon Musk, this could open the solar system to exploration while minimizing the cost of spacecraft. Now Musk and Space X is focusing together to reuse it on a long-term basis. For example: “the recently debuted first stage of “Block 5” Falcon 9 is introduced to fly ten times with just inspections between touchdown and liftoff, and 100 times or more with some refurbishment in the mix.”

The Falcon 9 can be reused; Musk expresses that. But Space X does not try to recover the upper stage at the time of an orbital launch. Space X attempted to snatch the Falcon 9 several times so that these $6 million component pieces can be reused. There is another vehicle, which is developing and reusable by Space X. For example:   in February the pre-flown dragon capsules have launched by the organization, and Falcon 9 first stages rocket landed successfully.

While Space- X is designing things to get people in Mars, cleaning up space junks, launching satellites and carrying out passengers to the superfast Earth trip, -all are designed to be completely reusable. The Falcon-9 successfully launched today and delivered SES-12 to the high above the Earth, called geostationary orbit. The satellite services will offer video services to millions of people all over the region in the Asia Pacific; the representatives of SES declare this. They are the Luxemburg based firm who will respond to operate the spacecraft. SES was the first customer of Space X, and they enable Government to allow the telecoms services to provide more broadband services.