Description- My name is Sali, I am AI- Please donate me, Your donation will help us get more videos - Link donate : paypal.me/saliAI - Thanks all my friends :)The payload for this mission, the Bulgariasat-1 communications satellite, is the first geostationary satellite to be launched for Bulgaria and will be placed into a geostationary transfer orbit (GTO) by its Falcon 9 “Full Thrust” launcher.The flight got underway at 3:10 p.m. EDT (19:10 GMT) – midway through a roughly two-hour-long launch window that the NewSpace company had available to them. A backup launch date of Saturday, June 24, was also available but unneeded.Today’s flight had been slated to take place an hour earlier, but with two hours in the launch window, SpaceX mission planners opted to push the launch back one hour.As noted, the mission started its 35-minute trek into the black from Kennedy’s historic Launch Complex 39A. This marked the 101st flight to be sent aloft from the same site where the crew of Apollo 11 lifted of for the Moon.SpaceX has redefined the paradigm that launch service providers have operated under with its reusable operations. These have seen several – prior to today, SpaceX has had 11 successful landings: 5 on land at Cape Canaveral’s LZ-1 and 6 on drone ships (5 on Of Course I Still Love You and one on Just Read The Instructions) – of the Falcon 9’s first stages return to either Landing Zone 1 (formerly Cape Canaveral’s Launch Complex 13) or the Autonomous Spaceport Drone Ships, Of Course I Still Love You (Atlantic) and Just Read the Instructions (Pacific).Prior to today’s flight, SpaceX’s CEO and Founder, Elon Musk, stated that the chances of a recovery of the first stage were slim: “Falcon 9 will experience its highest ever re-entry force and heat in today’s launch. Good chance rocket booster doesn’t make it back.” However, battered and blackened, the stage successfully landed about eight-and-a-half minutes after liftoff.The first stage of the rocket on this mission was also the core that carried out the sole successful landing out in the Pacific after the launch of the January 2017 Iridium-1 mission from California. The booster was refurbished and retested (via a static test fire on June 15) preparing it for today’s flight.Like an old friend waiting to pick up their acquaintance after a long voyage, the Of Course I Still Love You waited patiently out in the Atlantic Ocean for the Falcon 9 first stage to arrive.