Some of the expensive mishaps featured in the video included an engine sensor failure, resulting in a dramatic mid-air explosion, while another shot showed the leg strut of a rocket collapsing, sending it toppling and bursting into flames.
I particularly liked the rocket in the video that just tipped over like the Leaning Tower of Pisa.
But the caption jokes: 'Well, technically, it did land...just not in one piece'.
These landings were to be attempted over water, while the first attempt to land on solid ground succeeded on December 21st, 2015.
Musk signalled he would be releasing the footage on August 31.
In a tweet sent during the wee hours of the morning today, Musk reiterated his assertion that making the Falcon 9's upper stage (or second-stage) and fairing reusable would make launches 100 times cheaper.