Space.com notes that the two-stage rocket separated about 2.5 minutes into the flight.
Greeting the country's people, she said, "Today, we launched Bangabandhu Satellite-1".
After successful liftoff, the rocket returned to an upright landing on the "Of Course I Still Love You" droneship stationed in the Atlantic Ocean.
Such activities are part of the company's efforts to develop fully and rapidly reusable rockets and spacecraft. This job is a crucial concern of SpaceX owner as well as Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk, that has stated that such innovation can lower the expense of spaceflight and also make enthusiastic objectives such as the emigration of Mars financially practical.
The Block 5's upgrades take another step in this direction.
The latest version of the Falcon 9 has around 100 upgrades, and includes a recoverable booster that is created to be reused at least 10 times, allowing more frequent launches at lower cost - a key to billionaire Elon Musk's business model.
Dr Mahmood said after completing and traveling several processes, few more days will be required to tame the satellite at its Gazipur's Joydebpur and Rangamati's Betbunia ground stations.
The Block 5 version of the Falcon 9 includes improvements such as upgraded heat shields to protect the rocket's base during re-entry. And this boost was achieved without an increase in mass, Musk added.
SpaceX holds a multibillion-dollar agreement with NASA to offer such taxi solutions.
The new Block 5 booster is seen as critical to SpaceX's plans to undertake crewed missions for NASA. "This rocket is really created to be - the intent is to be the most reliable rocket ever built".
Musk says he hopes to produce 30 to 50 Block 5s for the Falcon 9. Making space missions more like commercial airline flights would be dramatically cheaper - less money would be wasted discarding vehicles after one or just a handful of launches. He also said that he hopes to demonstrate the same rocket to be re-launched in a span of 24 hours.
The launch of the upgraded Falcon 9 rocket was initially scheduled for May 10, but an automatic abort triggered in the last minute forced SpaceX to scrub its first try of sending the "Block 5" into space. Bangabandhu Satellite-1 will provide direct-to-home services, video distribution and very small aperture terminal (VSAT) communications across Bangladesh.
Space X tweeted: "Successful deployment of Bangabandhu Satellite-1 to geostationary transfer orbit confirmed".
It is the first Bangladeshi communications satellite put into space by SpaceX. With the new (and possibly final) style of the Falcon 9 was the first satellite ever for the nation of Bangladesh.