This mission is NASA's 16th mission of SpaceX, which is part of a long-term contract to deliver supplies in space.
Earlier, RBC-Ukraine reported that SpaceX launched a Falcon 9 rocket with 64 microsatellites.
The Falcon 9 booster, which made a watery landing Wednesday following a mission to resupply the International Space Station, was retrieved from the water off the coast of the Cape late Friday morning.
SpaceX was supposed to land the Falcon 9 rocket's spent first stage at a pad on the ground at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station (CCAFS) in Florida, called "Landing Zone 1".
The trouble started shortly after Wednesday's afternoon launch, when the hydraulic system on the booster's grid fins failed, Musk tweeted, causing it to start spinning rapidly toward the Atlantic Ocean. The wet landing was gentle enough that the rocket remains intact.
But even with the landing not going as planned, Insprucker emphasized the successful launch.
NASA spokeswoman Megan Powers wrote in an email that Musk met with NASA deputy director of exploration and human operations Bill Gerstenmaier in Washington.
It seems that a mechanical failure on one of the grid fins which stabilize the first stage during the return trip occurred.
"Appears to be undamaged and is transmitting data".
"The important point here is we have a safety function on board that makes sure the vehicle does not go on land until everything is OK, and that worked perfectly", SpaceX vice president Hans Koenisgman said. Through this cargo, Species was sending supplies science experiments and food to astronauts living at the International Space Station.
The capsule is due to arrive at the space station on Saturday morning.