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  1. SpaceX Discussion Thread

    Reddit, at r/space
  2. SpaceX Discussion Thread

    He has responded! His first response is "We chickened out".
  3. SpaceX Discussion Thread

    EDIT: @Ultimate Steve, thought you would be interested. Do you think you can make it? If not I can ask a few questions for you, no problem
  4. SpaceX Discussion Thread

    I thought that as well, but FH already has its launch license for NET December 2017.
  5. SpaceX Discussion Thread

    No problem! I’m happy to help
  6. Space concept art

    This one? Or this one?
  7. SpaceX Discussion Thread

    Do you know what time? I might be able to
  8. Pfft. 1550m/s for mine. (All in good jest, once again) 1550 seems to be about the limit, though. Attempts to get a stable cruise above that usually end in the plane breaking apart and exploding due to g-forces, or exploding and breaking apart due to overheating. The brave kerbals of the ISSJ Test Program will forever be remembered... no, we're kidding, we forgot where we buried them.
  9. SpaceX Discussion Thread

    Or a waffle iron.
  10. Formula 1 2017

    Nice! I made my own F1 car a few days ago, but let's just say it isn't very fast... What did you use for KERS? Looks like a glowing Ferrari This actually looks like a real F1 car crash, with only half the front wing gone. Sure, the flaming building in the background does add a sense of fantasy, but still...
  11. SpaceX Discussion Thread

    Some guy: "So, how fast did you run the marathon last week?" You: "Let's see... that would be 0.00000000000000000000000000000000198% of the speed of light." The guy: "0.0" The guy: *backs away slowly*
  12. SpaceX Discussion Thread

    14:37 for me. That’s usually during school time, but I’m sick, so I’m not at school. For some reason, every time a launch is scheduled during school hours, I’m either sick or I can watch it during the lesson without the teacher noticing or there’s a holiday. Odd.
  13. Colonization Discussion Thread (split from SpaceX)

    So you're saying that you have to pay for life support? What happens if you run out of money? You would hardly be kicked out of the airlock, would you? Colonists will never have to pay for their life support. It's included in their Mars ticket. The same can be said about their habitation and power/water. Also, I don't think there will be an Earth-like "rent" system for a long time on Mars. Early on (i.e. the first 50-100 years), only necessary people will go to Mars. You won't have some random rich guy from New York boarding the rocket, you'll have engineers, biologists, chemists, doctors, etc. You'll have people that are needed for the success of the colony. And therefore, you can't just kick them out, because you need them. That's what I think, anyway.
  14. SpaceX Discussion Thread

    Damn, this thread has exploded. 11.11% (pages 97-108 at the time of writing) has been posted during and after Musk's presentation