On December 8, 2010, the second flight go the Falcon 9 rocket took place and SpaceX became the first commercial company in history to recover a spacecraft from Orbit.
The first flight of Falcon 9 and the test of the Dragon Spacecraft Qualification Unit.
7/14/2009 3:35:00 UTC – Kwajalein Atoll – ATSB RazakSat
Malaysian satellite RazakSat was the first and only commercial contract launch of Falcon 1.
9/28/2008 23:15:00 UTC – Kwajalein Atoll – RatSat – Mass Simulator
SpaceX Falcon 1 Flight 4 was the first successful orbital launch of a privately funded and developed, liquid-propelled carrier rocket. It Carried a RatSat (SpaceX) mass simulator to an altitude of 165 kg.
8/2/2008 3:34:00 UTC – Kwajalein Atoll – Trailblazer (ORS), PRESat (NASA), NanoSail-D (NASA), Explorers (Celestis)
On August 2nd, 2008, the SpaceX Falcon 1 Flight 3 executed a picture-perfect first stage flight, ultimately reaching an altitude of 217 km, but encountered a problem just after stage separation that prevented the second stage from reaching orbit.