The rocket, which was launched into space and back again, deposited a communications satellite from Luxembourg's SES SA into orbit and received epic cheers when it landed on a drone ship in the Atlantic Ocean.
Having launched four rockets this year already, SpaceX intends to fly 20 to 24 missions by the end of 2017.
Ars Technica reported that with its single Merlin engine, the vacuum-rated version of the nine engines previously used on the first stage of the Falcon 9 rocket will be used for Falcon Heavy's second stage rocket.
FILE - SpaceX founder Elon Musk speaks during the 67th International Astronautical Congress in Guadalajara, Mexico, Sept. 27, 2016. "That really is the fundamental breakthrough needed to revolutionise access to space", Mr Musk said on the company's website. The rocket could apparently be used a third time following a successful landing aboard a barge off the coast of Cape Canaveral, Fla. "So it's its own little spacecraft", Musk said.
On Friday, Elon Musk wrote on his Twitter that he is looking into a test to bring back to Earth platform the second stage of Falcon 9 Heavy rocket - for reuse! SpaceX defied conventional wisdom that landing of rocket through propulsion will be technically ridden with challenges and will turn out to be so expensive that it the whole idea will work against the costs involved.
The rocket launched from Florida and then returned on a platform in the ocean.
Given this, the only part of the Falcon 9 that isn't being recovered is the smaller second stage.
The first "flight proven" booster to go back to space made the trip nearly one year after it was used to launch a cargo resupply mission to the International Space Station last April.
NASA also has shared the quest for rocket reusability.
Falcon Heavy will be the biggest rocket since the Saturn V, which launched the Apollo moon missions in the late 1960s and early 1970s.
If you live in Gibraltar, tell us what you think about Brexit
Spain's conservative government, which has been particularly vocal about getting Gibraltar back, welcomed the latest development. Gibraltarians want to stay British, as demonstrated in 2002 when they rejected a referendum on shared sovereignty with Spain.
He said it is also a crucial part of his plan to one day establish human colonies on Mars.
"I think that 50 years from now we'll look back on this day and that's say where commercial space travel began", aerospace engineer and former NASA chief technologist Bobby Braun told Eric Berger at Ars Technica.
Speaking of which, the typical SpaceX launch costs around $62 million. "Flight proven", Musk quickly added, his preferred term.
Once in position, the satellite will provide telecommunications services to Latin America. The company is getting pretty good at returning rockets to Earth: After 13 attempts in recent years, the company has stuck eight of them. "This is what we want for the future".
S Korea's Park questioned at court hearing on arrest request
She can be detained for up to 20 days before prosecutors file formal charges, meaning she may be in jail while her case is heard. Accompanied by two of her lawyers, she is belived to have denied all the charges including bribery and abuse of power.
The report came shortly after the nine-time WWE tag team champions publicly slammed TNA in a video that Matt released on YouTube. Matt and Jeff Hardy returned to WWE at WrestleMania 33 in Orlando this evening, to an absolutely enormous pop.
MPs Kesineni Srinivas and Konakalla Narayana tried to pacify Bonda but the latter remained firm on his decision. Naidu sought the resignations of five ministers who have now been replaced at a cabinet meet on Saturday night.
William Cohen, a former US defense secretary and USA senator from ME , said Tillerson's visit was important for both sides. China, the North's biggest source of diplomatic support and economic assistance, has yet to respond.
For example, search "do a barrel roll" and the screen will do a 360-degree turn, in honor of the classic Nintendo series Star Fox. So today (Friday) is April Fools Day-APRIL FOOLS! It will then evaluate the map and redesign it into a level from the game.
Ties between the two countries have worsened recently as North Korea continues to expand its nuclear weapons and missile programs. If Washington sees changes it likes, it will remain a member and if not "we'll put out", she said.
Selena Gomez was the style star of the 13 Reasons Why premiere at Paramount Pictures in Los Angeles on Thursday. So, if you're going to wear bright orange shadow, opt out of wearing a lip color, or else it will be too much.
Priebus and other White House officials stressed that Walsh was the one who made a decision to leave the administration. Making America Great has the financial support of one of Trump's most influential backers, Rebekah Mercer.
But he brings other things that you need to beat the Zags - things SC didn't have when it lost to them on Saturday. He was a ideal 12 of 12 from the free throw line . "I would call it executing what we practice".
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The situation is more complicated in Lebanon, where the government refused the establishment of formal camps. But so far there has been no significant violence between Syrian refugees and Lebanese host communities.
Trump to sign executive orders targeting trade abuses
The president explained that there would also be a plan to collect the taxes imposed on foreign exporters who broke trade rules. Talking to White House reporters, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross insisted that the executive orders were not just about China.
Sindhu, Marin set up Rio rematch in India Open final
This was Sindhu's second Super Series title after the China Open previous year where she defeated Sun Yu of China in the final. Sindhu began the match with a balanced approach of aggression and calmness which reflected in her smashes and drop shots.
What the death of broadband privacy rules means
The FCC put in place critical broadband privacy protection rules late a year ago to protect your right to privacy online. After effectively killing internet privacy, Trump's administration may further harm internet users in the near future.
British police reveal more details of Parliament attacker
Earlier PM Modi took to micro-blogging site Twitter and said that India stands with United Kingdom in the fight against terrorism. He appealed for anyone who knew Masood well or was aware of his recent movements to get in touch with authorities.
Denver weather forecast for today, April 1: Ugh, snow probably
The forecast will change over the next day as I get more information about the thermal profile of the atmosphere during the storm. Snow will also make an appearance in much of Wyoming, the Wasatch Range in Utah and in northern Arizona, including Flagstaff.
Three North Koreans cleared over Kim Jong Nam death
It was released as part of a deal under which nine Malaysians previously prevented from leaving North Korea have now arrived home. He said police still wanted to question four other suspects believed to be in North Korea.
NC lawmakers announce deal on HB2 standoff
North Carolina lawmakers and the governor reached an agreement to repeal the state's controversial "bathroom bill", called HB2. It now moves on to the Senate floor, where it must survive two additional votes before moving to the House for a final vote.
Woman strikes Capitol Police cruiser, taken into custody
As the crowd huddled in a partially covered alcove at the entrance, talk ran through the crowd that they'd heard gunfire. A District of Columbia police spokeswoman, Margarita Mikhaylova, says it's possible that an officer fired shots.