Flying towers like boosters of Falcon 9 rocket landed swiftly simultaneously 

Two flying towers effortlessly touched down first came one then just beside it landed another one. We are not talking about any sci-fi movie but two boosters of the Falcon 9 rocket that recently landed swiftly.  SpaceX launched its powerful Falcon rocket at 9:41 A.M. ET on Tuesday, Nov. 1 and this was its first launch after June 2019. If we talk about the Falcon Heavy rocket it was launched from a foggy Launch Complex 39A at Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

This launch was part of the U.S Space Force’s USSF-44 mission which was supposed to deploy two satellites in orbit in a geosynchronous way. It carried two smaller and bigger ones. The smaller payload is a microsatellite called TETRA-1, built by Millennium Space Systems and the large payload’s Information is not available. Just after the launch, the core stage of the rocket plummeted into the sea after payload deployment and its side booster landed safely on earth.

After the 2 minutes and 32 seconds of liftoff Falcon Heavy core stage separated its two side boosters. And boosters followed the planned trajectory and landed at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station. As soon as it reached an altitude of 29 miles boosters reignited the engines. While it was falling the grid fins helped boosters guide themselves. At T +8:00 boosters reignited for the final landing burn. And thereafter swiftly the boosters landed on the surface.

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