SpaceX did it! Another precedent-setting day, they launched the SES-10 satellite atop a previously-flown booster. Then they recovered the booster, again, on their at-sea barge. An incredible achievement.
Well clear of the tower.
The used Merlin engines running at full power.
Stage 1 decent burn; stage 2 motor running.
Stage Falcon 9 back on the Earth.
SES-10 heading to orbit.
Access to space just got cheaper.
You can watch the SpaceX video of the launch through landing.
Spaceflight Now shared photos and video captured from the press site.
Spaceflight shared some very nice hi-rez photos from sound-triggered cameras.
SpaceX updated their flickr images. Now there are hi-rez still shots of the landing.
Video (with audio) from the drone ship showed up on Instagram.
Not my imagination: the fins did glow red-hot on this descent. They are aluminum coated in heat shield material. Future fins will be made of forged titanium.