While you see SpaceX sending space missiles over and over, it can be easy to forget that the company is really just the beginning. As such, it is still about outstanding things in its work, and one of the sources that simply can not seem to be extinguished is its repetition of failures to capture and re-use part of their rocket called fairing.
The worship is a piece that forms the nosecone of the rocket, and it is not particularly cheap. SpaceX chief Elon Musk is determined to uncover a way to capture the bumps before hitting the ocean to be reused later, but in a newly released video it's clear that SpaceX is once again short.
As you can see in the video, the recovery test almost went perfectly, and walked quite smoothly to the very end. The tower just barely missed the SpaceX rescue network, Mr. Stephen, but this is hard for the first time.
SpaceX was constantly trying to catch the dress, just to be disappointed when something went wrong. Early tests were planned from pipe-related issues, but lately this is Mr. Steven's inability to properly position, which led to failure.
If this sounds familiar, well, it should. Just a few weeks ago, SpaceX released a video that looked a lot like this, with the trunk massaging the massive network and appearing in the ocean. It seems that the ship is only ordered right, but pushes a little further and misses the epic catch.
When SpaceX first began to deal with the idea of catching a fairing, it used a network that was significantly smaller than the one in which Mr Steven is currently fitted. It was thought that the much wider network would make things much easier, but the company has yet to prove that it is capable of reliably recovering its noses. Maybe the next time!