SpaceX Falcon 1
Last July, the private space industry hit an important milestone when Falcon 1, a rocket developed by SpaceX—a company started by PayPal and Tesla Motors founder Elon Musk—delivered a Malaysian satellite into orbit. It was the rocket's second successful launch; the first came last fall, when Falcon 1 made it to space carrying a dummy payload. Late this year, Space X plans to launch the larger Falcon 9, which is capable of bringing seven astronauts to the International Space Station; NASA has already awarded SpaceX a $1.6-billion contract to send unmanned cargo flights to the ISS. Eventually Falcon 9 may become NASA's preferred booster for manned flights as well.
That's an image of the SpaceX Falcon 9 that was test erected at Cape Canaveral last December (2008) not a SpaceX Falcon 1.
The SpaceX Falcon 1 that has (so far) only launched from their Kwajalein launch complex in the mid-Pacific like the video you have.
I want one, or 50 that's the coolest thing ever ever ever. When will spavex release data on there bfr? We all know they are secretly developing it along side there hydro lox second stages.