Brotoro

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  1. Brotoro

    NASA SLS/Orion/Payloads

    Such a smooth moon.
  2. Brotoro

    SpaceX Discussion Thread

    Or, the extendable parts of the legs retract after landing.
  3. Brotoro

    SpaceX Discussion Thread

    I liked the chunk of ice that fell off at restart of the second stage... with the chunk breaking apart when it hit the rim of the nozzle, and then vaporizing in the exhaust.
  4. Brotoro

    SpaceX Discussion Thread

    Payload released into correct transfer orbit. Another job well done, SpaceX.
  5. Brotoro

    SpaceX Discussion Thread

    Interesting. The drone ship camera looked like it was tilted up to show the first stage coming down, then tilted its view down before landing.
  6. Brotoro

    NASA SLS/Orion/Payloads

    With Photoshop?
  7. Brotoro

    Jet engines and compressors

    One meter seems excessive.
  8. Brotoro

    SpaceX Discussion Thread

    I would think they could build a set of clamps on a separate landing pad to practice landing the BFR away from the launch pad. I would do that, anyway.
  9. I would certainly not purchase a ride on SpaceShipTwo if it didn't fly above 100 km. If I blow that much dough, I'd want to get into 'space' by anybody's definition.
  10. Brotoro

    SpaceX Discussion Thread

    Stage 1 has landed!
  11. Brotoro

    SpaceX Discussion Thread

    Immediate shift to the onboard camera. interesting.
  12. Brotoro

    SpaceX Discussion Thread

    I guess there's a rocket in there somewhere.
  13. Brotoro

    SpaceX Discussion Thread

    Yawn. Foggy! and nasty weather at the drone ship.
  14. Brotoro

    SpaceX Discussion Thread

    Package delivered! Sign here, please.
  15. Brotoro

    SpaceX Discussion Thread

    You see, SpaceX shows the future trajectory with a thick line and the past trajectory with a thin line. This is how it should be done, KSP. Love to watch the orbit shift!