SpaceX blasts off on visit to International Space Station
An unmanned Falcon 9 rocket blasted off from Cape Canaveral in Florida on Friday.
It will provide a cargo capsule towards the International Space Station for NASA.
The Monster supplement is full of materials, tests and equipment.
It will reach the orbital outpost on Sunday.
Last month SpaceX, or Space Exploration Technologies, was designed to fly, but delayed the mission to check on a possible problem with its bomb.
An Air Force radar system became broken, further delaying the goal, while that has been solved.
This is actually the next cargo work by Room X since NASA shuttles were retired in 2011.
Friday’s launch was planned to try new technology to recover and recycle rockets.
The organization thinks the check has significantly less than a 40 percent chance of success.
There is no immediate word on if the test was successful.
Ultimately, Area X desires to travel its Falcon rockets back again to property for recycling and repair.