Video: Grasshopper reaches new record height.

The reusable rocket from Space X reached a height of 1,066 feet during testing in June, after having a new navigation sensor fitted to assist in landing.

The company hopes to one day use the technology to send paying customers into orbit, and return them safely to the same launch pad.

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