Falcon 9 • SES 10 Launch window: NET March 29th - Launch time is TBD Launch site: LC-39A, Kennedy Space Center, Florida A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket will launch the SES 10 communications satellite. Owned by SES of Luxembourg, the spacecraft will provide direct-to-home TV broadcasting and other telecommunication services for Mexico, the Caribbean, Central America and South America. It will also cover Brazil and support offshore oil and gas exploration. Delayed from 3rd Quarter, October and February. [March 8] SES-10 - Wikipedia This will be the very first reuse of an orbital booster. As noted in the wiki, SES-10 is an extremely heavy satellite and was originally going to be launched on a Falcon Heavy. Since that was the original plan then SES probably paid a premium price for the launch. The improvements to the Falcon 9 allowed SpaceX to switch the satellite to their smaller and less expensive rocket. The Falcon 9 FT has improved the abilities of the rocket so much that it even allows for a possible landing of the booster. SES volunteered and got a discount to be the first reuse flight. Or as SpaceX likes to call it, a "flight proven" booster will be used for this launch. The booster to be used will be the one originally used for CRS-8, which was the second booster to land and the very first to successfully land on an ASDS. Lastly, it has been confirmed that SpaceX will attempt to recover the booster. This will be a difficult landing attempt because the satellite is heavy and is slated for GTO. If successful, this will then be the very first booster to be recovered twice and the first time that SpaceX will get to examine a booster flown twice. Good luck, SpaceX.