SpaceX has finally recovered its full Falcon 9 rocket nose cone.

SpaceX successfully deployed the Falcon 9 rocket carrying South Korea’s Anasis-II military satellite on Monday, local time,media reported. The first-stage booster landed on an unmanned ship, the first time SpaceX has recovered both halves of the shroud. The rectifier is a nose cone that protects the goods being transported during launch. It will crack and fall back to earth.

SpaceX has finally recovered its full Falcon 9 rocket nose cone.

SpaceX’s two ships, Ms. Tree and Ms. Chief used their large nets to catch the two pieces. SpaceX has long sought to get a full rectifier back, so this is a moment to celebrate.

SpaceX posted the video on Twitter Tuesday.

SpaceX has finally recovered its full Falcon 9 rocket nose cone.

SpaceX founder Elon Musk also announced the success on Monday.

SpaceX has finally recovered its full Falcon 9 rocket nose cone.

All of these efforts are part of SpaceX’s efforts to reuse rocket parts to reduce launch costs.