SpaceX is back with a return to flight to send Iridium payload to space. After the jaw-dropping launch and landing, Elon Musk's company will be busy with other projects scheduled starting Jan. 26.
SpaceX's mid-December "Return to Flight" was postponed to January 2017. The company faced suspension after a Falcon 9 rocket exploded in Cape Canaveral on Sept. 1. With the recent development, financial experts now ask whether or not the company is still profitable due to the mishap.