While watching SpaceX, you are sending rockets to space again and again, it's easy to forget that the company is really just starting out. As such, he still works in his operations, and one of the failures he simply can not solve is his repeated failure to capture and re-use part of his rocket called "fairing."
Strapping is a piece that makes nosecone rockets, and that's not too cheap. SpaceX boss Elon Musk is determined to find a way to capture nosecone before it gets into the ocean so it can be reused later, but in the newly released video it's clear that SpaceX has re-emerged.
As you can see in the video, the recovery test almost went perfectly and went smoothly to the end. Nosecone has barely missed the network of Spacex's Steve Recovery Ship, but that's hardly the first time.
SpaceX repeatedly tried to catch food, only to be disappointed when something happened. Early tests have encountered sliding problems, but lately Mr Steven's inability to properly stand up has led to failure.
If it sounds well known, it should be. Only a few weeks ago, SpaceX released a video that looked like a lot like this, with nosecone lacking a massive net and spraying down in the ocean. The boat appears to be just right, but pushes a bit too far forward and misses the epic catch.
When SpaceX first started looking at the idea of catching up in sight, she used a network that was considerably smaller than the one with which Mr Steven is now equipped. It was thought that a much wider network would make things much easier, but the company still has to prove it is able to reliably recover nosecone. Maybe next time!