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Emre Kelly
Nice photo of ’s new 39A crew access arm here. Some stats on the walkway: – 4 ft wide, 8 ft tall, 85 ft long – 265 ft above sea level – 70 ft higher than former shuttle arm – Mostly steel with aluminum components
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Emre Kelly 25 Aug 18
Replying to @EmreKelly
Lessons learned from this tweet: – Some folks really, really want metric units. The battle to squeeze more characters into tweets begins. – I am apparently stubborn about “aluminum” being the correct spelling, but GIF is also pronounced with a J, so...
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Reghardt Jordaan 25 Aug 18
FIXED - 1.21 meters wide, 2.43 meters tall, 25.9 meters long - 80.77 meters above sea level - 21.33 meters higher than former shuttle arm - Mostly steel and 'aluminium' (correct spelling) components :)
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Emre Kelly 25 Aug 18
What are these numbers and words
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testraindrop 24 Aug 18
Replying to @EmreKelly
And in scientific units? It's SpaceX after all...
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Dark Energy 24 Aug 18
Replying to @EmreKelly
Imperial units :(
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Paul Carpenter 24 Aug 18
That is straight up future looking sh!t right there. Love it.
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Jules 🇨🇭🚀 25 Aug 18
Replying to @EmreKelly
Fuck man you're talking about the future of humanity. Please have the decency to use real units. Thanks, the rest of the world
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T. “We’re in Crazytown” Miller 24 Aug 18
Replying to @EmreKelly @spacecom
Where’s the door to unload the oversized carry-ons?
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Elisa Todd 25 Aug 18
Replying to @EmreKelly @SpaceTeam
Do you know when the next launch is scheduled from KSC?
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