It is beyond me why SpaceX waits until the last 5 seconds to get the SN9 (and the SN8 for that matter) VERTICAL. This launch seems to prove that they learned very little from SN8's explosive landing? Same old, same old? The answer is fairly clear: get SN10 vertical with plenty of time so that the Raptor engines make sufficient correction and touchdown softly? Or the weight of SN8 and SN9 is greater than the Raptor engines used to land? Either way, I would like to see them stick the landing!