SpaceX lit up the night sky in Southern California on Sunday, and sent gawkers from across the region craning their necks to the sight.
The rocket company owned by Elon Musk was launching its Falcon 9 rocket into space to deliver SAOCOM 1A, an Argentine satellite, into orbit. The launch marked the 30th successful landing of a rocket booster, according to the company. It was also the first West Coast landing of an orbital class rocket booster on land, SpaceX said.
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