A SpaceX Falcon 9 Rocket was launched from Launch Complex 39A on Sunday. The site was last used in 2011 for the final Space Shuttle launch. Its storied past includes being the site of the launch of the first manned mission to the moon. The rocket was carrying supplies to the International Space Station. The crowd had about 10 seconds of viewing time for the launch and were able to see the booster successfully return to the launch pad between 8 and 9 minutes after the launch. SpaceX has a 20 year lease on the site ending in 2034. SpaceX has spent millions on renovations to the pad to enable the launch of the Falcon 9 but will need to spend around a total of $100 million on the site before it is ready for a manned mission.