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Watch live:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iv1zeGSvhIw

Starting in ca. 3 hours

>Third time a booster will be reused

Will we see fireworks tonight?

>> No.9227184
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>>9227040

>> No.9227201
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Cross thread posters should be blown out the airlock 2bh

>>9221790

>> No.9227226
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What the FUCK did he mean by this?

>> No.9227278

>>9227201
>Iridium-3 launch
That one is over

>> No.9227328
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>>9227278
The thread was still going strong

Now you have split the party and caused utter chaos

It is a total catastrophe

>> No.9227354
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>>9227328
I...
I'm sorry...

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>>9227040
>suddenly remember this

OH SHIT!!!

>36mins left

WEW MADE IT!

Now that I'm here, if this launch works, it will be the first I've seen that did work. I've literally not seen it work ever during a live broadcast. Every damn time I'm here to see it, something blows up or it is rescheduled. I want to see it land on one of the drones.

>> No.9227480

>>9227468
They said the weather was nice on twitter
and they have had no explosion in 2017 so far...

>> No.9227483
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>T -00:30:00 mins

Get hype!

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>>9227483

>> No.9227492

https://youtu.be/G3KDTY8C-Wk
hyped

>> No.9227493
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>>9227480
Yeah, I keep missing stuff or it ends up being an ISS run with no landing other than a splashdown.

>> No.9227500

MUSIC!!!!

>> No.9227507
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>>9227500
SPACEMUSIK

>> No.9227510

Pootube stream has +14k people watching already

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iv1zeGSvhIw

>no chat

>> No.9227512
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9227512

>>9227500
>>9227507
>Music starts
>Sphincter tightens
>14,887 watching now

HYPE!!!

>> No.9227516

>>9227184
Dream on, mars man

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>>9227500
>>9227507
>/mu/
Official SpaceX soundtrack:
https://soundcloud.com/testshotstarfish/in-the-shadow-of-giants

>> No.9227523

>>9227184
Dream on, mars man

>> No.9227524

Who /hype/ here?

>> No.9227526

It is starting!!!

>> No.9227529

HAPPENING

>> No.9227530

WELCOME
WELCOME
I'M
I'M
TOM
TOM

>> No.9227531

>former engineer

What did he mean by this

>> No.9227532

explode

>> No.9227535
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>>9227468
Well that sinks it. Clearly you are the curse and we will not have a launch today.

>> No.9227537
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9227537

SOON

>> No.9227540

Falcon Heavy when

>> No.9227541

>>9227184
DREAM ON, MARS MAN

>> No.9227543
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9227543

Weather at the drone ship looks shite

Might have trouble landing this one lads

STORMY SEAS
HOLD ON TO SOMETHING

>> No.9227544

WHERE IS THE TECHNICAL LINK???

>> No.9227545

>>9227540
When they get LC40 working again so they can finish upgrading 39A. Probably late November or December if no other fuck-ups happen.

>> No.9227549
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>>9227535
>tfw

>> No.9227550

>>9227544
no technical

>> No.9227552

>>9227543
Exactly what I was thinking.

Have they ever tried to land one in shitty weather before?

>> No.9227553

>oh

>> No.9227556
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>>9227544
>technical

>> No.9227560

His engines are ready, clamps weak, fuel is heavy
There's icing on his panels already, Elon's spaghetti
He's nervous, but on the surface he looks calm and ready to lift off
But he keeps on forgetting, when he'll touch down
The launch pad goes so loud
He opens his valves, but the thrust won't come out
He's choking how, ULA's joking now
The clock's run out, time's up, over, blaow!
Snap back to reality. Oh, there pulls gravity
Oh, there goes Falcon, he choked
He's so bad, but he won't give up that
Easy, no
He won't orbit, he knows his whole back's to these loads
It don't matter, he'll cope
He knows that but he's broke
He's so sad that he knows
When he goes back to his mobile pad, that's when it's
Back to the VAB again

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>>9227560

>> No.9227566

>>9227560
Bretty good

>> No.9227567
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9227567

BROUGHT TO YOU BY AIRBUS

>> No.9227569

>tfw my worthless shitty fucking Xfinity internet is making my stream lag so I can't watch it

Fucking comcast! Goddamn it

>> No.9227571

anyone else getting echo in the audio?

>> No.9227574
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9227574

btw all that smoke comming from rocket before launch is only for show.

Dream on, space man.

>> No.9227577

>>9227571
You probably have two copies of the stream running?

>> No.9227581

Wow, the static shot of it taking off was amazing

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>>9227577
Found it, it was the embed at the top of the thread. lol

>> No.9227588

>>9227581
Anyone making a webm?

>> No.9227589

>65,697 watching now

damn

>> No.9227594

>>9227588
trying, waiting for landing, got the take off but with a mess up like >>9227584 it had buffering errors

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>>9227594
I bet it will cut out and can't see anything when landing.

>> No.9227600

shieeeet that was coming in hot

>> No.9227601

Anyone else's streams laggy and shitty as fuck? Mine is stopping every 5 seconds or so

>> No.9227602

WOWOWOW

>> No.9227603

REKT

>> No.9227604

1st Stage coming in too hot

Lost the camera link after sparks were seen

>> No.9227605

Is stage 1 kill?

>> No.9227606

>feed lost
wow let me guess its nothing

>> No.9227607

It's kill

>> No.9227609
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press F to pay respects to S1

>> No.9227610

FUCKING NAILED IT!

>> No.9227611

YEEEEEEES

>> No.9227613

WWWOOOOO it landed!

>> No.9227614

I call bs.

>> No.9227615

It landed boys, another successful landing

>> No.9227616

Nice render

>> No.9227617

FAKED

>> No.9227618
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>>9227613

>> No.9227621

SHIIIIIT
I thought Stage one was kill

>> No.9227622
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9227622

Damn they pulled that one back from the brink

Literally can't stop winning

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>> No.9227626

Why did it go from day to night in an instant?

I call
RIGGED

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>>9227597
delet this

>> No.9227629
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9227629

HE CAN'T KEEP GETTING AWAY WITH IT

>> No.9227631

>>9227621
Anyone has webms of the reentry? That was intense

>> No.9227632

>>9227626
Other side of the world.

>> No.9227633

Where did these people who claimed that "even if you got the rocket back for free on the pad it wouldn't be economically worthwhile"

>> No.9227634

>>9227632
They said the coast of florida

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>>9227633

>> No.9227637
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>>9227624
Saved

>> No.9227639
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9227639

>>9227631
INCOMING

I haven't even reviewed it yet.

>> No.9227643
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9227643

MARS ON, DREAM MAN

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>>9227633
Right here

>> No.9227646

Every successful rocket landed is one more nail in ULA's coffin.

I can't wait for the day ULA goes under. It will be delicious.

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>>9227639
Why is the sky so dark at the drone ship site?

It's 3pm in Florida and the drone ship is only a short distance away off the coast

>> No.9227653

>>9227634
It is dark here in the Easy now.

>> No.9227658

>>9227652
its 7 pm retard

>> No.9227659

>>9227652
Nigga, It's 7pm there now. Sun's long since gone down

>> No.9227660

>>9227652

It's 7 PM you idiot.

>> No.9227663
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>>9227652
>3pm in Florida

6:53pm when it launched. It's dark now. Overcast makes it look completely black where I'm at.

>> No.9227665

>>9227652
it's 1 pm you smart person :)

>> No.9227669

I wish they had another droneship just for cameras right near the landing droneship.

>> No.9227670
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>>9227665
No, it's 4AM, time to make the donuts.

>> No.9227673

>>9227669
What's the benefit of the droneship?
Safety?

>> No.9227674

>>9227669
Surprised they don't already, since every single landing the camera cuts out.

>> No.9227676

>>9227670
Looks like Fred has seen some shit while working for a mob boss and decided to go into business making donuts instead, but the horrors and faces still won't go away.

>> No.9227677

>>9227673
That, and it's less distance for the spent stage to have to travel back. It's easier to land it on a drone ship at sea than guide it back to land which is further away

>> No.9227680

>>9227673
It is designed to be a stable platform in all but the roughest of seas. With no humans nearby to worry about getting hurt.

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>>9227674
Some of the older ones have a helicopter a long ways away recording them.

>>9227673
For street cred.

>> No.9227682

>>9227624
too bad they're already chopping them up for recycling

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>>9227670
>it's 4AM

>> No.9227686

>>9227682
They're phasing them out for Block 5. Anytime they have an "expendable" mission they won't hesitate to re-use an older model.

>> No.9227687

>>9227680
No its not, its just a fucking converted barge

>> No.9227689

washing

>> No.9227691

Did anyone else see where the globe glitched for a moment back to Florida? I just realized there's a little diagonal line under the orbit that it must have followed through the earth when it did that.

>> No.9227695
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>>9227681
>that one landing where it starts to tip over and that one little wee thruster tries its hardest, pouring its little heart out to save it

>> No.9227706

>>9227695
>I TRIED SO HARD AND GOT SO FAR

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>>9227695
>that one little wee thruster tries its hardest
t- thruster kun?

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>>9227681
>CAUTION
>SLIPPERY
>WHEN WET

>> No.9227715

What happens to the second stage after the satellite is deployed? Does it push itself back to Earth?

>> No.9227719

>now you know what Elon meant when he said that they are switching to titanium waffles since the aluminum ones literally catch on fire and melt

>> No.9227724

>>9227715
No they ditch the entire upper stage and farings

Pretty wasteful 2bh

>> No.9227727

>>9227724
They are working on getting the fairings back.

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>>9227713

>> No.9227732
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>>9227715
Its lost and burns up.

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>>9227713
>yfw the fuel is still inside

>> No.9227741
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Reentry webm when?

>> No.9227746

>>9227713
My asshole was puckered so tight watching this

>> No.9227770
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>>9227713

>> No.9227773

>>9227741
See
>>9227639 for broadcast version

>> No.9227785
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>>9227741
>>9227773
>>9227639
Okay, done.

>> No.9227796

Not gonna lie, I didn't think they were gonna land this one. After it separated things got really sketchy.

>> No.9227821
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oh damn I burned the waffles

>> No.9227837

>>9227663
>km/h
When is this cancer going to end? m/s or not at all!

>> No.9227842

>>9227837
>m/s

What is that? meters/second?

>> No.9227853

>>9227842
Yes.

>> No.9227951

>>9227853
mph

>> No.9227976

>>9227560
I didn't want that to end

>> No.9228134

>>9227645
I will laugh when this tard in a few years will be rolling back his bs when falcons fly and land reusable every few days.Common bulkhead are dumb and landings are dumb i am so smartâ„¢

>> No.9228151

>>9228134
thundercuck is already a confirmed hack
he should stick to his own field instead of trying to be an armchair mechanical engineer

>> No.9228173

>>9227184
Dream on Mars Man

>> No.9228195
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>> No.9228251

>>9228134
lolwhat? I haven't watched his videos, but common bulkheads were at thing on the Saturn 5... why the heck would be be skeptical of them

>> No.9228352

>>9228251
because he basically just says common sense things about why most "worldchanging" techs will not be so, and since most of those things are either fake (ala meme drive) or otherwise don't live up to the hype he seems smart because he stated surface level criticisms in a cogent way.

but of course, when you just say surface level things and don't know what's what, you look dumb when a man comes along and uses proven technologies in novel ways to make something new happen, like with musk and landing rockets.

>> No.9228470

>>9228251
Watch his amos6 explosion video it is hilarious how dumb he is and to what extent you can whore yourself for contrarian sceptic youtube crowd.

>> No.9228519

>>9227626
It launched at dusk. It launched towards the East. It'll only get further into the night.

>> No.9228526
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did they have a robo voice countdown?

>> No.9228529

>>9227724
I think that's basically his question.

Obviously there are a few options. It can either hibernate, and just stay in the orbit it had achieved until eventually atmospheric drag causes it to re-enter in a bunch of decades. It could do a short retrograde burn at the apoapsis so that it will re-enter and burn up. Or it could try to reach a graveyard orbit.

Chances are that it doesn't have fuel for the graveyard orbit burn, or else it would boost the payload into a higher orbit, so the question is does it just sit in the orbit until it re-enters naturally or does it de-orbit itself?

>> No.9228530

>>9227785
I'm pretty sure I haven't seen the first stage creating plasma on re-entry before, at least not a landing re-entry.

It was still going like 7000km/s when the re-entry burn finished.

>> No.9228539

>>9228530
I'll amend.

It was going 6300km/h (the km/s was a huge mistake) at the end of the re-entry burn.

In comparison on the OTV launch at the end of the re-entry burn it was going at 2600km/h.

Looking back at the SES-10 launch, they don't have first stage telemetry when the re-entry is happening but the grid fins get pretty toasty before video cuts out, losing practically all of their white paint. I don't see any plasma though.

>> No.9228596

do we know what exactly is the damage that occures on reentry?

>> No.9228600

>>9227785
>fisheye

>> No.9228603

>>9228600
What about it?

>> No.9228604

>>9228603
>C-CGI!
>Earth is flat

>> No.9228703

>>9228529
>so the question is does it just sit in the orbit until it re-enters naturally or does it de-orbit itself?

This

>> No.9228772

>>9228526
No, it was some chick.

>> No.9228775

>>9227951
Why would m/s mean mph? That doesn't make any sense at all.

>> No.9228791

>>9228703
Well I found the answer.

Basically, LEO is usually deorbited, because they have the fuel remaining and there is less risk if anything catastrophic happens when they fire up the deorbit burn.

For GTO it is usually left to deorbit on its own. With a periapsis of 200~300km it takes around 6 months to reenter. If it were to blow up trying a deorbit burn it would leave a lot of debris flying through the GTO window so they don't risk it.

If they launch to something like L1 then it goes into a solar orbit and is left there.

>> No.9228808

>>9228791
Nice, thanks.

>> No.9228962

>>9228791
Neat. So there is option for future generations to harvest Lx stuff long abandoned. Provided of course there's such an infrastructure in place at that time that would allow such a seemingly frivolous pursuit.

>> No.9229241

Is anyone else finding this shit boring now?

>> No.9229300

>>9228962
Eh, not from L1. It'll have drifted off by then.

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>>9229241
No, not really.

>>9229300
>>9228962
What would you do if you were mining out there and happened upon one of the second stage boosters? Might be roomy for stowing gear or to beef up your space ship's thrust.

>> No.9229339

>>9229333
i wouldn't trust it beyond bulk non-pressurized storage or scrap

>> No.9229383
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>>9229339
Well, you could pressurize it with a non-explosive gas and use it as vectoring thrust. The PSI doesn't need to be much. Those use the Merlin Vacuum 1D/1C I think which use kerosene as fuel. How much delta-p can the tank withstand in the first place?

>> No.9229432

>>9229333
what game

>> No.9229433

>>9227184
dream on mars man

>> No.9229441

>>9229433
dream on mars, man

>> No.9229471
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>>9229432
It isn't a game. It is:

http://www.asterank.com/

>Asterank is a scientific and economic database of over 600,000 asteroids.

>We've collected, computed, or inferred important data such as asteroid mass and composition from multiple scientific sources. With this information, we estimate the costs and rewards of mining asteroids.

>Details on orbits and basic physical parameters are sourced from the Minor Planet Center and NASA JPL. Composition data is based on spectral classification and size. Our calculations incorporate conclusions from multiple scientific publications in addition to cross-referencing known meteorite data.

If you need a game with that aesthetic, try "Stellaris".

>> No.9229478
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>>9229471
>Show....4000

Sheeeit.

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>>9229471
>value >100trillion
mmm neat

>> No.9229592
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>>9229565
That's one of the reasons why there's asteroid mining companies already started. NASA funds mining stuff too, though it isn't for asteroids.

>> No.9229634

>>9227184
dream on, mars man

>> No.9229642

>>9229241
Did you even see how crazy hot the first stage was coming in?

>> No.9229659

>>9229592
straight out of robotwars

>> No.9229681

>>9229241
That means it's working, which exactly what Elon said when asked the same question.

>> No.9229687

>>9229681
*is

>> No.9229743

I have 5 billion dollars worth of resources just in my backyard

t. every retard that believes in "asteroid mining"

>> No.9229761

>>9229743
it's true tho

and if it costs 4.5 billion to retrieve it, then you still make a sweet 500 mil

>> No.9229967

>>9229743
Okay, that's great, now put those resources in orbit so we can make O'Neil cylinders.

>> No.9229977

>>9229967
my dad was in a space course taught by Oneil at MIT. says he was a cool dude. We need more cool dudes like him in charge.... those who think technocracies don't work can fugg off

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