SpaceX Achieves 191st Successful Booster Return After Latest Starlink Launch

SpaceX successfully launched and deployed a batch of Starlink satellites into space.

The Falcon 9 rocket with the satellites took off from the Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida's central east coast.

The launch happened just after midnight and lit up the night skies over Florida.

The first-stage booster of the rocket successfully returned to Earth and landed on the drone ship Just Read the Instructions in the Atlantic Ocean about eight minutes after takeoff.

The mission was originally scheduled for last month but was delayed.

This mission is part of SpaceX's effort to provide global internet service to remote and isolated parts of the world.

This launch marks SpaceX's 191st successful landing of the first stage, including Falcon 9 and Falcon Heavy missions.