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  1. sh1pman

    Russian Launch and Mission Thread

    Must be. No other differences with Soyuz-FG on the third stage, right?
  2. sh1pman

    Russian Launch and Mission Thread

    Fregat engineers must be opening champagne right now. Unlike Soyuz-2 engineers. In their case it’s probably vodka.
  3. sh1pman

    SpaceX Discussion Thread

    4:45 lol Hmm, wake up super early or not sleep at all...
  4. sh1pman

    Russian Launch and Mission Thread

    "I'm not mad about his engines, I'm not mad, I'M NOT MAD, I'M NOT!!!!"
  5. sh1pman

    Russian Launch and Mission Thread

    Theoretically. But you have to be fantastically stupid to shoot a gun in a pressurized compartment in space.
  6. sh1pman

    Cold, Laser-Coupled Particle Beams

    Holy hell. For real? Can’t even imagine how it looks like, burning away this much material this fast. Probably like a big, continuous explosion. Will the target ship be disintegrated into dust by the shockwaves from tons of material instantly evaporating every second? Man, I wouldn’t want to be in that ship. If these LCPBs are indeed weapons of choice for future space combat, I hope we come up with some kind of sci-fi energy shields, because this “plasma-magnet-drone” defence doesn’t look very effective.
  7. sh1pman

    Russian Launch and Mission Thread

    Since 2007 they get a semi-automatic Makarov pistol.
  8. sh1pman

    Russian Launch and Mission Thread

    @kerbiloid Also, visit magnificent, breathtaking plains of Kazakhstan as an added bonus.
  9. sh1pman

    Russian Launch and Mission Thread

    http://tass.com/science/1045321 Budget so low, need tourists to pay the bills!
  10. sh1pman

    Photography Showcase Thread!

    They said it was a third of the monthly norm of precipitation for February.
  11. sh1pman

    Russian Launch and Mission Thread

    In the first sentence they say "flights of tourists to near-earth orbit", but the rest of the text describes it as suborbital. Which one is it?
  12. sh1pman

    SpaceX Discussion Thread

    No need to throw it away, let’s say that all 3 boosters are landed back at the launch site.
  13. sh1pman

    SpaceX Discussion Thread

    Found this render. Does this configuration make any sense? Is there a mission that would benefit from this? I doubt that droneship landing for Super Heavy will be a thing, so let’s assume that all 3 boosters RTLS.
  14. sh1pman

    SpaceX Discussion Thread

    Soviet posters about space. Look at these ships