As you look at SpaceX again and again sending missiles into the universe, it's easy to forget that the company is still just starting up. As such, he still raises the bumps in his operations, and one of the kinks that can not be smooth is that his unsuccessful attempts to catch and re-use part of his rocket called the lining.
Bonding is the piece that makes the nasal tube missile and is not particularly inexpensive. SpaceX chief Elon Musk is determined to find a way to catch the nose hole before entering the ocean to be able to use it later, but in the recently released video it is clear that SpaceX has once again come to an end.
As you can see in the video, the recovery test was almost perfect, and everything went smoothly to the very end. Well, he hardly missed the Network SpaceX recovery vessel Mr. Steven, but this is not the first time.
SpaceX has repeatedly tried to catch the roof, just to be disappointed when something went wrong. Early tests were affected by parachuting problems, but lately, Mr. Steven was unable to properly position what caused the failure.
If that sounds familiar to you, well, it should be. Just a few weeks ago, SpaceX released a video that looked like this, and his nose was missing a massive net and splashed into the ocean. It looks like the boat is fine, but pushes a bit forward and misses the epic catch.
When SpaceX began to play with the idea of catching a lint, he used a network that was considerably smaller than that with which Mr. Steven is currently equipped. It was thought that much wider network would make things much easier, but the company has yet to prove its ability to reliably recover the nose. Maybe next time!