Second attempt on land today, second success: A Falcon 9 delivered a Dragon capsule on its way to the ISS, and the first stage returned to the launch site and landed. Track record for the "Full Thrust" version so far: 2 out of 2 landings on ground successful 3 out of 5 landings on sea successful. One failure came from imprecise timing of thrust, one from an engine that performed worse than expected ran out of oxygen. SpaceX plans to re-launch a stage (the second one that landed) around September, just two months away. Payload is not fixed yet, at least not made public. SES, a communication satellite operator, is interested, and there is an SES flight scheduled for September and also one for October. Two more launches are planned for August, but it is unclear if those plans are still up to date. SpaceX frequently shifts launches back over time. In December, or early 2017, we might see the first Falcon Heavy launch and a demonstration launch (abort test) for the Dragon 2 capsule, which is designed for manned missions.