For SpaceX, the fifth time’s the charm as the company successfully landed their Falcon 9 rocket on a drone ship at sea on April 8, 2016. SpaceX made history last December when one of their Falcon 9 rockets successfully landed at Cape Canaveral, but this is the first time it has landed on a small platform in the ocean.

The rocket was carrying an unmanned Dragon cargo spacecraft filled with 7,000 lbs of supplies for NASA and the ISS. Working inside the space station’s multi-windowed Cupola, ESA astronaut Tim Peake commanded the 60-foot-long (18 meters) Canadarm2 robotic arm to reach out and grab the Dragon capsule.