Earlier, SpaceX finally got back to launching and landing it spacecrafts again after a long hiatus since August, when one of its Falcon 9 vehicles exploded on a Florida launchpad. SpaceX has been figuring out a reason behind the explosion, and finally released an official statement. Now, the Elon Musk-founded company is back to trying to reuse rockets — which would save a lot of money in space travel. With this success, it’s likely that SpaceX will have a very busy year ahead as it has long been planning to fly 27 rockets in 2017. Check out the video above to see the whole process.