People are amazed by video of two SpaceX boosters landing back on Earth without any problems after sending a spaceship into space.

The video was taken after the last of a set of weather satellites was sent into space by a SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket from the Launch Complex at Kennedy Space Center on Tuesday, June 25.

The last satellite in the Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite (GOES) R series is called GOES-U. It is the last one in the series and is meant to make weather forecasts better.

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At a press briefing on Monday, Ken Graham, director of the National Weather Service, called the satellites a “gamechanger.” He said, “Since the first launch of the series in 2016, the latest series of GOES has enabled new and improved forecasts, warnings, and services to help save lives and protect property.”

The launch of GOES-U was the 10th for the Falcon Heavy and the 2nd one that NASA had hired. Three first stages of the Falcon 9 rocket make up the Falcon Heavy. This gives the ship three times as much lift to send the satellite into space.

For meteorologists, the satellites’ options are the most exciting part. However, it was the parts that came back to Earth that got people talking online.

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Elon Musk posted a video online that shows two side boosters returning to Earth without any problems after being detached from the Falcon Heavy rocket. Musk’s company, SpaceX, made the ship.

As one of the cores got closer to Earth, it could be seen catching fire. A short time later, the second core did the same thing.

As the cores got closer to the ground, they slowed down. They landed upright slowly as planned at SpaceX’s Landing Zones 1 and 2 at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station, which made two loud booms.

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Viewers on X have said nice things about the amazing footage. One said, “Beyond amazed to [see] this.” It’s always new!”

“As a sci-fi fan all my life, this is really moving,” wrote someone else. “Look what humans can do!” The world is ready…”

“I will forever be amazed at the engineering this requires,” said a third.

As one viewer put it, “So impressive,” they thought the movie might show them what life will be like after we leave Earth. This is how we become a society that goes to space.”

The satellites will move 22,236 miles above the equator of the Earth. They will move at the same speed as the Earth so that they can keep covering the places below.

Now that weather satellites are in place, meteorologists hope to be able to spot storms earlier and have more time to warn people about them.