Elon Musk has posted in his Twitter feed a video with four panels of the reentry of Falcon, which drives even blunted space observers to madness.
With all the success of SpaceX, it's easy to forget how much it took to reach that point. Remember 2001, when Musk wanted to send experimental greenhouses with outdated Soviet ICBM rockets to Mars? And apparently one of the greatest Russian designers spit at him because he was a freshman? Good times.
Then remember, when Musk and SpaceX decided to build their own rockets, they actually had to invent a machine called the friction welding machine for aluminum-lithium alloys. How about 2008, when SpaceX launched the world's first privately funded liquid fuel rocket?
That's the entire SpaceX story now. Now we get used to SpaceX's reusable rocket boosters and videos of their landings. But this one is still cool, probably because we can see the video from four angles at the same time.
And because the room, let's face it, always stays cool. The video speaks for itself. Have fun.