New video shows Space X rocket’s crash landing

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Atlantic OCEAN - Last week, the Space X Falcon 9 rocket lifted off smoothly and the craft successfully detached, taking supplies to the space station.

Shortly afterward, however, Space X owner, Elon Musk, Tweeted about the rocket's booster landing: 'Close but no cigar.'

Now the video proof of the crash landing has been released.

As planned it landed on the barge in the Atlantic Ocean, but not softly. It crashed in what's called a 'hot' landing.

Space X says there wasn`t enough hydraulic fluid on board to control the landing. The good news is that the company hit its target. Now, they`ve doubled the amount of  hydraulic fluid for its next mission.

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