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Watch SpaceX attempt its first West Coast ground landing

In a little over an hour, SpaceX will be attempting the launch of a used Falcon 9 projectile and subsequently looking to draw away an upright bring on the California coast.

This time will interestingly be the first West Coast landing that’s taking place on solid California ground as opposed to the droning barges that SpaceX has used in the past. This hasn’t been a matter of advantage for SpaceX which has been trying to build its own land launch pad in the West Coast, but hasn’t gotten authorization yet, The Verge notes.

The purpose of the flight is the launch of the SAOCOM 1A, a planet operated by Argentina’s Space Agency which in conjunction with another analogous planet will help reap grime and moisture information, according to SpaceX.

The launch is scheduled to happen at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. The start space will take place at 7:21 p.m. PDT with the planet being secreted about 12 times after launch.

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