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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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AF SMC 10h
The 3700 kg Integrated Payload Stack (IPS) for has been completed! Have a look before it blasts off on the first Falcon Heavy launch!
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Chris B - NSF 6h
Static Fire Window opens at 12:30pm Local Time. Usually runs for six hours.
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Chris G - NSF 10h
And we finally have the new FCC permit coordinates for Of Course I Still Love You. Center booster landing will now be the farthest-ever down range booster landing, beating ArabSat-6A by more than 260 km. Landing is 1,245 km out in the Atlantic.
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Chris G - NSF 11h
It was blast. I hope they'll invite me back on (after I accidentally invalidated the name of the podcast within the first 30 seconds 😂😂😂😂).
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Chris G - NSF 11h
Things are really moving in the space world today. 's lunar orbiter element for the mission arrived at the launch site today ahead of a targeted 15 July launch at 21:21 UTC (17:21 EDT).
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Thomas Burghardt 14h
As always, these FCC windows are *not* launch windows. However, it gives an idea of what timeframe SpaceX and NASA might be looking at.
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Tyler Gray 15h
SpaceX has filed paperwork with the FCC for the crewed demonstration flight of their Crew Dragon spacecraft, also known as DM-2. The requested period of operations runs from November 1st of this year to May 1st, 2020. Intriguing.
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Chris G - NSF 16h
It was an absolute pleasure to join and on the "Off Nominal" podcast to talk about science-fiction's impact on society - and also talk a little about my thesis on pre- v. post-Sept. 11th depictions of religion in sci-fi. PODCAST:
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Brady Kenniston 16h
OCISLY appears to be going on a road trip with Hollywood. Hope Octograbber remembered its FH catcher’s mitts. It may have to snatch a long range center core if they keep going at this rate!
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Thomas Burghardt Jun 17
Upcoming launch manifest: June 20 21:43 UTC - Arianespace Ariane 5/VA248 June 21 12:17 UTC - Roscosmos Proton-M/Spektr-RG June 25 03:30 UTC - SpaceX Falcon Heavy/STP-2 June 27 04:30 UTC - Rocket Lab Electron/Make It Rain June 27 12:27 UTC - ULA Atlas V/AEHF-5
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Nathan Barker 20h
Static Fire now NET Wednesday. Follow NSF for the latest launch updates. Photo: ArabSat-6a Static Fire.
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Chris G - NSF Jun 17
Okay. So I’m like 100% sure I saw this exact scene in . And it didn’t end well for the humans.
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Chris G - NSF Jun 17
NASA has released a draft Request For Proposals for commercial resupply of its forthcoming Lunar Gateway. We've got you covered on all the preliminary requirements, costs, and timelines with our latest on CLICK to read ARTICLE: (📸: )
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Chris G - NSF Jun 17
They only time they've stayed open later was for the last Falcon Heavy, when the launch window was 6:30p-8:30p and they said they wouldn't kick people out at 8p if the launch slipped to the end of the window.
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Chris G - NSF Jun 17
Playalinda closes at 8p. It will not be open.
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Chris G - NSF Jun 17
Great podcast here and a fantastic discussion with and as they talk about chasing rockets across the country from Florida to Texas to California.
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Chris G - NSF Jun 16
Replying to @_TomCross_
Isn’t this just called Twitter when people don’t like your opinion? 😂😂😂😂😂
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Chris B - NSF Jun 16
SpaceX Falcon Heavy (STP-2) Static Fire at KSC 39A is NET Tuesday. Overview: Updates: Here's what the previous Falcon Heavy Static Fire looked like, via and
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Nathan Barker Jun 16
She pushed the boundaries here on Earth and in Space. Dr Sally Ride became the first US women astronaut, flying onboard Space Shuttle Challenger STS-7 on June 18, 1983
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Rocket Rundown Jun 11
An amazing look at the nine solid-fueled Castor 2 boosters separating from the Japanese H-I rocket. The footage is from the launch of the BS-3A communications satellite on August 28, 1990.
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