The next SpaceX launch, is currently scheduled for May 3rd, with a two hour window starting at 01:22 EDT. That's late Monday night for me . It will launch from SLC-40 at Cape Canaveral. JCSAT-14 is a Clarke (geosynchronous) communications satellite to cover the east Asian area, for a Japanese company. Being a GEO launch, recovering the booster might be difficult. I am unable to find anything that tells me for sure whether they're going to try or not. My guess is that they will try a recovery at sea, keep trying to learn more. This is the launch @Grendal referred to in the other thread about CRS-8; since that mission is still going I thought it better to create a new thread.