Success for Space X in First Launch Since Explosion – A Mission and Vision Achieved
Space X had success as it sends 10 satellites into space in its first flight since the Launchpad explosion of September 1, 2016. Four months after the explosion, analysts describe the launch as “all important” according to recent Wall Street Journal articles. The Hawthorne space company needed success to reestablish customer confidence and momentum. It was apparent that stakes were high for last Saturday’s launch from Vandenberg Air Force Base. The launch was a success as it deployed the first 10 satellites of a new commercial venture. There were three postponements for either technical or weather reasons, but the launch success resulted in the Falcon 9 rocket delivering a cluster of new satellites to revitalize aging technology.
Just minutes after liftoff, the first-stage rocket booster successfully landed upright on a floating platform in the Pacific Ocean. This was part of a company vision and goal to save money by reusing major components in multiple launches. Later Elon Musk acknowledged that all satellites had been successfully set into orbit. This is a great example of the power of vision.
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