Three are certainly a magic number.
SpaceX has exceeded three of its Falcon Heavy rocket boosters for the first time on Thursday, as part of a mission that was delayed from the day before due to bad weather.
The Falcon Heavy was launched from NASA's Kennedy Space Center at 6:35 pm EDT, bringing its Arabsat-6A satellite payload communication.
After eight minutes after the plane's rise, the spaceflight land headed the Falcon Heavy pioneer in the company's two landing zones at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida.
After nine minutes after the rise, the main supporter landed on the "My Love of Love" drone, stationed in the Atlantic Ocean. Last year, SpaceX got two Falcon Heavy advocates, the third that crashed into the ocean at 300 miles per hour.
You can catch the moment the side managers begin to land from the 26 minute mark in the SpaceX video live stream, while the core booster has reached the 29-minute mark.
Make sure you do not miss the cheerful applause from the control of the SpaceX mission.
Videos are still cool from viewers watching overseers almost simultaneously at Cape Canaveral. Surely we want to be there.
At 34 minutes after the takeoff, the Arabsat-6A satellite was deployed in orbit what Falcon Heavy's first mission was. The purpose of satellite is to provide communication to people in the Middle East, Africa, and Europe.