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Can someone provide me with a link to the webcast? Every one I can find takes me to the launch that exploded.

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1 minute ago, Mazon Del said:

Can someone provide me with a link to the webcast? Every one I can find takes me to the launch that exploded.

I'm gonna get ninja'd but here. http://www.spacex.com/webcast/

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Upper winds are go! Orbcomm sats are in internal power and all systems are still go. Wohoo!

Also, cool to have the Wait but why guy.

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That one guy staring at the camera from the crowd... O.O

E/ just me, or is there a TON more LOX boiloff then previous launches???

 

Edited by Wingman703

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I can do without the chat!

First live launch I've been able to watch. I'm happy - it's like Xmas come early!

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stage separation success and second ignition is confirmed. Damn That was tense for me...

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soo different from ESA's launches (where the controllers / spectators only cheer after the mission is completed ^^)

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Some screenshots I took so far.

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1 hour ago, sgt_flyer said:

soo different from ESA's launches (where the controllers / spectators only cheer after the mission is completed ^^)

Yea, I love the SpaceX enthusiam, but still, if I were there I would cheer only after everything's over... different cultures I guess. :)

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And at about T-2 minutes I was thinking: "They are awfully sure of themselves to do this so publicly..." Impressive!

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Yes!!!!

 

First the news about NASA's budget, now this. I don't need any more presents for Christmas!

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So, will this one fly again, or go in a museum?

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