TheEpicSquared

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  1. PM sent. Here's hoping for a response!
  2. I didn't know CS was on the forums, thanks! I'll probably PM them, although I'm unsure of whether I'll get a response back, seeing as they last posted in 2015. Oh well, thanks again!
  3. Good idea. And yes, we can go abroad. Last year a friend flew all the way to LA, so a quick jaunt across the Öresund bridge should be no problem.
  4. For... reasons, I have to contact Copenhagen Suborbitals, and have them respond. Does anyone know a way to contact them, and get a response back? I've tried emailing them at contact@copsub.com, and sent a message on Twitter. Any ideas? Thanks!
  5. Please do!
  6. Would several sunglasses stacked on top of each other work?
  7. I'm on the other side of the Atlantic
  8. Where do I sign up?
  9. I'll try to get it rebooted tomorrow. Suggestions and the like are appreciated
  10. There won't be a deadline if I get permission to reboot the challenge
  11. @keptin Are there any plans to get this challenge back online sometime down the road? If not, may I reboot this? With your permission, of course.
  12. Apparently the legs on this mission were reused: "...coming in for a powered landing eight minutes after launch reaching its culmination with a gentle touchdown on four fold-out landing legs that had been recycled from a previous rocket." http://spaceflight101.com/falcon-9-launches-dragon-spx-12-first-stage-landing-success/
  13. Looks nice! Would take a bit of getting use to, but I think it could work. IMO the biggest problem that I can see from the gif is trying not to press down too hard when clicking, or the view will rotate, which could be problematic. It looks a lot smoother than a classic mouse, though, which is nice.
  14. And the solar arrays have deployed!