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Christopher Napoli
Mechanical Engineer. ULA. Atlas V.
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Christopher Napoli 3h
I am Chris, destroyer of the moon I’d rather not
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Christopher Napoli Feb 12
Make sure to check out the rocket cam footage of the mighty power slide off of SLC-41 with the spacecraft
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Christopher Napoli Feb 10
Congratulations to the entire team. It was an honor to be a part of it.
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Christopher Napoli Feb 8
Replying to @RcktGrlHMc @ulalaunch
My reaction whenever I see a rocket
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Christopher Napoli Feb 8
Great shots!
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Dane Drefke Feb 8
Solar Orbiter roll to the pad this morning. Great weather and great job by the team. Pad securing and countdown preps continue.
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ULA Feb 7
Wondering when and where you may see the launch of ? This visibility map shows your best chances to see the rocket in the Southeastern U.S.! Launch is scheduled for Sunday at 11:03 p.m. EST from Cape Canaveral.
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ULA Feb 3
It has the outward appearance like no other rocket, but the 411 vehicle launching is tailored to the performance needed to achieve the Earth escape trajectory to the sun. Meet the truly unique 411 in our blog:
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Nathan Barker Jan 25
🎶It takes two to make a thing go right 🎶 🎶It takes two to make it out of sight🎶 was encapsulated on Jan 20th at Astrotech Space Operations facility in Titusville. will be transported to SLC-41 for mating to Atlas V’s Centaur stage. 📸
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Christopher Napoli Jan 24
Replying to @lrrrrofop8 @torybruno
Environmental Control Systems
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Christopher Napoli Jan 23
Yea the 1.9 update is supposed to be dropping soon AFAIK
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Christopher Napoli Jan 20
Amazing views from the for Those 2 RL-10’s look great!
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Nathan Barker Jan 20
Members of team Chris, Thomas, myself and Mike in action as climbs high into the sky for . Michael and Jack were out of frame behind the clock, while Brady was with us in spirit back home.
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Christopher Napoli Jan 19
Can’t wait to see it all!
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Christopher Napoli Jan 19
Replying to @Ov101Enterprise
🤷🏻‍♂️ still a great rocket and great program
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Christopher Napoli Jan 19
Replying to @ej_sa
When it comes to space, everyone’s on the same team
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Christopher Napoli Jan 19
This was a truly spectacular launch and is a great step towards launching American Astronauts from American soil on American rockets
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Christopher Napoli Jan 19
Watching the from the countdown clock. The VAB is looking out on pad 39 for what will hopefully be an amazing launch
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Christopher Napoli Jan 17
Zoom in. That’s a full sized person for scale
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Christopher Napoli Jan 16
Replying to @DrLupo
Great view! Has he gotten to visit the Kennedy Space Center yet?
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