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#1 yardarmwheeze

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Posted 03 March 2021 - 04:39 PM

Hello! If anybody who is interested in rocketry and space doesn't know, SpaceX is launching their SN10 rocket today!! They had to abort their first launch, but they may relaunch today! This is just a heads up for those who want to watch live :D

 

Edit- Relaunch was successful!! The first time starship has been 100% successfully!!


Edited by yardarmwheeze, 03 March 2021 - 09:29 PM.


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Posted 04 March 2021 - 03:51 AM

The launch went well until the landing.  When the rocket touched down it was slightly

tilted from vertical which probably meant some damage which ultimately caused the

explosion several minutes later.

 

WATCH: SpaceX Starship prototype EXPLODES after ‘mostly successful’ test flight & touchdown

 

One of these days they'll get it right.



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Posted 04 March 2021 - 07:49 AM

The launch went well until the landing.  When the rocket touched down it was slightly

tilted from vertical which probably meant some damage which ultimately caused the

explosion several minutes later.

 

WATCH: SpaceX Starship prototype EXPLODES after ‘mostly successful’ test flight & touchdown

 

One of these days they'll get it right.

Yeah I saw that at eleven o clock today and was thinking about reediting my post but I was too tired. Yeah they improve every time so I am not worried



#4 Ethan13

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Posted 17 March 2021 - 08:28 AM

It seems like SN11 is already being tested, isn't it? You've heard that radio amateurs in the United States gained access to a closed radio broadcast of SpaceX data and were able to decode the transmission of mpeg4 video from a Falcon 9 rocket.
"Hacked", "closed", "decrypt" are not quite correct terms. Rather, radio amateurs recorded and decoded an unencrypted telemetry broadcast by SpaceX in an open format.





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