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7 hours ago, tater said:

 

 

Can't wait for Blue Origin to use this clip as evidence that NASA made a mistake in choosing SpaceX for Moon landing missions claiming "they missed the whole darn thing"

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I'm not sure if anyone already said it last launch, but they've now launched more times in 2022 than they did in 2021. With this being the 33rd launch of the year, the weekly launch cadence target is going quite good

10% chance of weather violation today, no issues being tracked

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On 7/23/2022 at 1:47 AM, Cuky said:

 

Can't wait for Blue Origin to use this clip as evidence that NASA made a mistake in choosing SpaceX for Moon landing missions claiming "they missed the whole darn thing"

Well played, sir

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1 hour ago, JoeSchmuckatelli said:

Makes you wonder how many shipping companies are buying.  The Oceans can now be connected.

They probably kept asking for a Starlink on their ships, with the reply of "Wait for the optical interlinks, and how much are you willing to pay?"

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9 minutes ago, StrandedonEarth said:

They probably kept asking for a Starlink on their ships, with the reply of "Wait for the optical interlinks, and how much are you willing to pay?"

Having been on ship - I'll bet that crews are agitating for greater access.  QOL improvement.  However, once the companies start finding that there is a benefit to them for more frequent and reliable comms... it will become universal.

And they will pay.  Oh yes, they will pay.

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6 hours ago, Pthigrivi said:

Any news on the next round of B7 spin prime tests?

Nope, B7 is still in the high bay 2 - at this point it's possible B8 will be faster than the former

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2 hours ago, James Kerman said:

First it was NASA with Skylab, now SpaceX is bombing Australia.
https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-07-29/space-junk-found-in-nsw-snowy-mountains-paddocks-/101277542

It’s funny, last time the LM-5B launched its core stage into orbit we had SpaceX debris landing in a field in Washington State shortly before, and now that the LM-5B is launching again, we have SpaceX debris landing on a farm in Australia.

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2 hours ago, SunlitZelkova said:

It’s funny, last time the LM-5B launched its core stage into orbit we had SpaceX debris landing in a field in Washington State shortly before, and now that the LM-5B is launching again, we have SpaceX debris landing on a farm in Australia.

We should mock them unmercifully! 

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