If you missed previous videos of SpaceX's historic vertical rocket landing at sea in early April, well, don't worry. None of the earlier footage remotely compares to a new 360-degree video that basically puts you right on the unmanned barge -- or "droneship" -- as the14-story-tall Falcon 9 rocket makes its fiery, terrifying descent. And, yes, we just made a drone joke.
The new video is likely the closest you'll ever get to seeing a rocket landing up close, considering it's one of the few rockets that has ever successfully landed and you'd basically be vaporized if you were actually there, of course. Best of all, the video uses YouTube's 360-degree interactive feature that allows you to click with your mouse (on desktop) or tilt your phone (on YouTube's mobile app) to pan around and watch the landing from different angles. As you can imagine, it's a pretty intense experience, so we recommend watching it in full HD at least three times. The sound is pretty great, too.