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Dying SpaceX rocket creates a ‘night spiral’ above Hawaii

Dying SpaceX rocket creates a ‘night spiral’ above Hawaii

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Over Hawaii, a decaying SpaceX rocket stage created a unique "night spiral."

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The Subaru Telescope recorded video of the "flying whirlpool" over Mauna Kea on Sunday ,

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hours after a California-based Falcon 9 rocket successfully launched a spy satellite for the U.S. National Reconnaissance Office into orbit, according to SpaceWeather.com.

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The footage was originally captured by the Subaru-Asahi Sky Camera, which is a collaboration project between Subaru and the Asahi-Shimbun, a major Japanese newspaper.

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According to SpaceX footage, the first stage of the Falcon 9 booster is reusable, and it landed successfully on a drone ship in the Pacific Ocean.

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The top stage of the Falcon 9 is not reusable, and after delivering the spacecraft to its allotted orbit, it burned up naturally in the atmosphere

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