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Rocket Lab says recovered booster in “good condition,” some parts will re-fly – Ars Technica

“Our team has already started working on upgrades for future recovery missions.”

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  • Rocket Lab’s Catch of the Day recovery vessel nears the Electron rocket’s first stage.
  • The first stage, after going to space and splashing down in 13 minutes.
  • The “Return to Sender” mission is seen on the launch pad.

Rocket Lab successfully launched its “Return to Sender” mission 10 days ago. Then, for the first time, the company attempted to recover the Electron booster’s first stage from the ocean after this launch, and now Rocket Lab has provided a preliminary…

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