Nighttime launches are always spectacular because of the bright light cast by a rocket lifting off, even more so if skies are clear.
SpaceX will go for its 11th successful launch of the year early on Monday, with a mission to send a communications satellite into geostationary transfer orbit.
This is the second time that Falcon 9 has taken off from the same pad.
Elon Musk is the CEO of SpaceX.
SpaceX has landed these boosters 25 times, and reflown them on a dozen occasions.
The other vehicles SpaceX is flying or developing are resuable, too.
This flight will use Falcon 9 first stage rocket that first launched the US Air Force's X-37B Orbital Test Vehicle on its fifth mission, last September.
And the BFR - the giant rocket-spaceship duo SpaceX is developing to get people to Mars, launch satellites, clean up space junk and carry passengers on superfast trips around Earth - is created to be fully reusable.
The rocket will carry the SES-12 satellite to orbit for the Luxembourg-based telecom company SES.
The satellite will provide direct-to-home TV, broadband and data relay services to customers across the Asia-Pacific region, Australia and the Middle East, according to CBS News. The SES-10 satellite lifted off on March 30, 2017, atop a Falcon 9 with a used first stage.