Elon Musk's rocket company, SpaceX, has just completed a landing for its Falcon 9 rocket, which delivered a payload of a Japanese satellite into orbit earlier Thursday. Like the last time, the rocket landed on the company's autonomous landing barge "Of Course I Still Love You" in the Atlantic Ocean.
Unlike the last time, Musk and SpaceX weren't as confident about landing the rocket, due to a "faster and hotter" reentry. Musk tweeted Thursday than odds of a mission success were "maybe even, but we should learn a lot either way."
In the meantime, the JCSAT-14 Japanese satellite is on its way for deployment to a Geosynchronous Transfer Orbit, and you can catch the live webcast on YouTube. If you want to watch the landing, it's about 38 minutes when the magic happens.