SpaceX successfully launched a Falcon 9v1.2 Block 5 vehicle from Cape Canaveral, Florida, USA at 1634 GMT on 7 April 2020. The launch carried 60 Starlink satellites. The B1058 first stage of the vehicle on its seven flight made a successful landing on the drone barge “Of Course I Still Love You” at 1642 GMT. The barge was stationed 633km down range in the Atlantic Ocean.
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