By 10 August 2016 | Categories: news


Not up to speed with what SpaceX has been busy with over the past few months? Luckily for you, the private space company has debuted a new video on YouTube that cuts together footage from missions dating back to December 2015. 

What makes the video even more worthwhile watching, is that it has been shot with a high speed camera and features a host of beautiful visuals. You can also view it in 4K (2160p), should your bandwidth be able to handle it.  

The missions in question all feature SpaceX's Falcon 9 rockets, which Elon Musk confirmed the reuse of a few months ago. The footage contains video from 11 ORBCOMM satellites that were deployed in December last year, as well as a mission in May 2016 to launch a Japanese communications satellite into orbit (JCSAT-14), and a couple others. 

Hit play on the video below and enjoy.  


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