Watch SpaceX Try to Land a Rocket on a Drone Ship (Again) Right Here

By Darren Orf on at

Third time’s a charm. After one near miss resulting in a disastrous but honestly pretty cool explosion and another delay from some gusty winds, SpaceX is going to try to land the first stage of its Falcon 9 rocket on a remote drone ship beginning at 9:33pm BST.

Right now, we’re looking at a 60 per cent chance of good weather for the launch, and if they once again get the no-go, the robotic Dragon capsule—designated CRS-6 and carrying near 2 tonnes of equipment (including an espresso maker fittingly called the ISSpresso—will try again tomorrow at 9:10pm BST.

Through the power of the internet, you’ll once again be able to livestream the event right here and be able to either a.) stare at a launch pad b.) watch another awesome explosion c.) witness space exploration history. Two out of three ain’t bad for a Monday afternoon.