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Chris G - NSF
Assistant managing editor, journalist, and writer for . Script writer. Pursuing the dream. Political opinions are my own.
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Jim Bridenstine 13h
NASA has been notified about the results of the Static Fire Test and the anomaly that occurred during the final test. We will work closely to ensure we safely move forward with our Commercial Crew Program.
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Chris B - NSF 15h
Crap 😭 It all seemed to be pressing on nicely earlier. Then the rumors, but no confirmation - but now this...... Great work from Emre on bad news for Commercial Crew.
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Chris B - NSF 14h
ARTICLE: SpaceX’s Crew Dragon spacecraft suffers an anomaly during static fire testing at Cape Canaveral - 📸Nathan Koga Render. (embedded tweet in the article)
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Jonathan McDowell 17h
Beidou DW 44 tracked in a 220 x 35787 km x 28.5 orbit, final stage in 179 x 34368 km x 28.5 deg. It is expected to make an inclination increase burn at apogee and end up in inclined geostationary orbit.
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Chris B - NSF 22h
LAUNCH! Beidou-3G2Q navigation satellite launched on Long March 3B - ARTICLE: By Rui C. Barbosa () File Photo until they officially release photos.
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Mario Moreira Apr 19
Here we go, ⁩ started prepping this week and couldn’t be more excited. You fans are in for a wild ride!
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Kristen Facciol Apr 19
Can you believe that is an adult now?! Happy 18th birthday to one of my favourite ! I hope that the you captured this morning had a cake in tow... 🎂
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Chris G - NSF Apr 19
Replying to @lonseidman
Ha! Thankfully
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Chris G - NSF Apr 19
Sign me up!!!
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Chris G - NSF Apr 19
This is gonna be fun!
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NWS Melbourne Apr 19
2:30pm | Strong thunderstorms along a line from Ormond Beach to Lake Apopka, moving NE at 55mph. NW Seminole, NE Lake, NW Orange & Volusia counties remain aware!
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Chris G - NSF Apr 19
Good note here that and were on track for the earlier 26 April launch of , but Station crew and orbital mechanics pushed this launch to 30 April.
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Chris G - NSF Apr 19
Here come the really bad storms. Everyone in Central Florida (and other areas of southeast) stay safe and keep your weather radio (or weather radio app) on!
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Thomas Burghardt Apr 19
SpaceX and NASA are now targeting NET Tuesday, April 30 at 4:22 AM EDT (08:22 UTC) to launch CRS-17, due to "station and orbital mechanics constraints."
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David Saint-Jacques Apr 19
Canadarm2 berthing the Cygnus cargo spacecraft after capture this morning! // Canadarm2 amarre le vaisseau-cargo Cygnus après sa capture ce matin!
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Chris G - NSF Apr 19
While most of us slept, over 1,500 kg of science experiments & utilisation equipment arrived at the aboard the . Read all about the science just delivered to humanity’s orbital outpost here:
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Chris G - NSF Apr 18
Replying to @GoForStaging
Same. Hard same.
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Chris G - NSF Apr 18
Replying to @silverblue16 @cosmos4u
- NG just confirmed to me that they were deployed successfully. - We are talking about the 61 small sats on the Antares rocket, not the ones on Cygnus.
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Chris G - NSF Apr 18
Northrop Grumman confirms all 60 ThinSats and 1 NASA-sponsored 3U CubeSat (SAFFI2) deployed as planned from the Castor 30XL upper stage of .
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Jackie Wattles Apr 18
Oh boy, Boeing. A satellite the firm built for Intelsat is now considered a total loss. Boeing will conduct a "comprehensive analysis" of the failure, Intelsat says. down about 2% after hours.
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