What do you guys think will be covered at the presentation on the 28th?
Starship Transportation- Friday morning saw a large half circular steel structure like this. It was being carried by a forklift and literally took up both lanes of Cidco Road. It was coming from the SpaceX facility. I did not think to take a picture. Prett
I'd like to nominate Elon Musk for a Nobel Prize. Economics or better still, Physics.
@spaceXcentric: Elon visited Starhopper tonight (with interesting security information in the comments)
Track SpaceX Starlink, ISS, and Hubble live with Rainmeter!
As a longtime lurker, I'd just like to say....
Good analysis. You can order commercial solar in literally 30 secs if you use Apple Pay at .
Julia on Twitter: I took a bus ride today. Could it be that construction is about to start on the Starship pad at 39A? It looks like it to me!
Bigelow has shelved its plans to send tourists to the ISS with Crew Dragon
@jeff_foust: Raúl Kulichevsky of Argentina’s CONAE space agency says their SAOCOM-1B Earth obs satellite will launch next February on a Falcon 9. (SAOCOM-1A also launched on a Falcon 9 last October.)
SpaceX on Twitter: "Ahead of our in-flight abort test for @Commercial_Crew —which will demonstrate Crew Dragon's ability to safely carry astronauts away from the rocket in the unlikely event of an emergency—our team has completed over 700 tests of the spac
Ahead of our in-flight abort test for @Commercial_Crew—which will demonstrate Crew Dragon's ability to safely carry astronauts away from the rocket in the unlikely event of an emergency—our team has completed over 700 tests of the spacecraft's SuperDraco engines
@nextspaceflight: New @NOAA imagery shows that #SpaceX is making significant progress on their planned operations center at Roberts Road. It is likely that the Florida-based Starship construction will eventually be moved here, as it is on KSC property and
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The Tsiolkovsky Rocket Equation derived by the Russian schoolteacher Tsiolkovsky in 1898 describes how rockets move in space - expelling part of its mass. "Mankind will not forever remain on Earth" - Tsiolkovsky (1911)
Model S just set record for fastest 4 door ever at Laguna Seca, video tmrw
SpaceX plans 24 Starlink launches next year - SpaceNews.com
SpaceX COO Gwynne Shotwell at World Satellite Business Week panel: Expect to launch 7-8 more times this year. This is first year we’re ready before customers; why some launches slipping into 2020. “Hopefully” flying crew this year.
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Tesla Model 3 leads the way in popularity with EV’s in Australia
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Tesla AutoPilot does not allow drivers to sleep behind the wheel If the driver does not respond to attention prompts, the car will play a sound to try and get their attention /wake them up If they still don't respond the car will automatically slow down and pull over @elonmusk
SpaceX FCC Filing - Starship Comms Supporting suborbital test out of Boca Chica
Elon Musk on Twitter: Not currently planning for pad abort with early Starships, but maybe we should. Vac engines would be dual bell & fixed (no gimbal), which means we can stabilize nozzle against hull.
SES CEO on Twitter: "This morning @SpaceX 's Gwynne Shotwell and I signed the deal to launch #O3bmPOWER"
Introduction to the r/SpaceX Community Awards
Community Starship Loads Model: Chapter 3 - LD0.1 Release!
SpaceX says more Starlink orbits will speed service, reduce launch needs - SpaceNews.com
Team in McGregor, Texas completed a static fire test today of the Falcon 9 booster that will launch Crew Dragon with @NASA astronauts @AstroBehnken and @Astro_Doug to the @space_station
Starhopper flight test drone footage
First Dragon to complete three missions to and from the @space_station
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Congrats SpaceX team!!
Starhopper cam now live
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Dragon Crew Arm. Astronauts will walk this gantry to enter Dragon & depart for the @Space_Station.
Good splashdown of Dragon confirmed, completing this spacecraft’s third mission to and from the @space_station!
Dragon's main parachutes have been deployed
Dragon's drogue chutes deployed nominally
Dragon's de-orbit burn is complete and its trunk has been jettisoned; Pacific Ocean splashdown in ~30 minutes
Dragon will re-enter Earth's atmosphere in ~5 hours; Pacific Ocean splashdown around 1:20 p.m. PDT
The three departure burns to move Dragon away from the @Space_Station are complete
Dragon has been released from the @Space_Station! Three departure burns are now underway →
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LIVE NOW: Tune in as robotic flight controllers at mission control in Houston release the #Dragon! After spending one month at the @Space_Station, @SpaceX's Dragon cargo craft departs with ~3,300 pounds of science bound for Earth at 10:59am ET. Watch: