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Chris B - NSF
Managing Editor. I love rockets, so I write tales about their exploits. I have been known to hug Shuttles. York City FC supporter.
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Thomas Burghardt 2h
It's launch day in China:
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Chris B - NSF 3h
I think they'd want launch platforms off the coast near major population centres. Powerboat out of the Humber from the Hull SpaceHub to the Starship platform. 😅
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Chris B - NSF 14h
Got to say, Star Trek Discovery's Season 2 finale was absolutely brilliant. Like Star Trek NG, Discovery's found its rhythm in Season 2. Great cast, plus honorable mention to who's a superb Captain Pike. Absolutely Pike, but also his own representation.
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Chris B - NSF 14h
If I go into space, it'll be from Yorkshire to KSC in 30 or so minutes on Earth to Earth Starship. Arrive in style. 😄👍
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Chris B - NSF 19h
Replying to @fuzed
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Chris B - NSF 19h
I've seen articles in CMS being constructed and used "preview" to avoid "taking over" the draft as an article is being written without you guys ever knowing!
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Chris B - NSF 20h
Replying to @SpacePadreIsle
I thought I sent this when I first RT'ed the tweet this morning, but there's your Raptor sniffing dog in view again! Needs his/her own Twitter account. 😅
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Chris B - NSF 20h
Replying to @ChrisG_NSF
🚨Sharknado Alert🚨
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Chris B - NSF 21h
FEATURE ARTICLE: NASA Launch Services Program outlines the alternative launcher review into EM-1 - - An epic 6,000 word (over three pages) exclusive interview/feature by Philip Sloss. How SLS won the battle, but not the war. (Render by )
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Chris B - NSF 22h
Up next - in the next hour or so - is an amazing 6,000 word exclusive from Philip Sloss interviewing the NASA people involved in the EM-1 alternative launcher review. Explains how SLS beat the next best option... a fully expendable Falcon Heavy. A really fascinating read.
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Michael Baylor 22h
My launch blog for Falcon Heavy w/ Arabsat 6A is now live for Max-Q Patrons! Includes settings for my remote cameras, a map of the different locations, 35 photos, what happened with my third remote camera, and much more exclusive details. Read:
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Chris B - NSF 22h
Replying to @LuisBandeo
I'll pass it along. 😄
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Chris B - NSF 23h
Replying to @DJSnM
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Chris B - NSF 23h
As was expected, SpaceX's Dragon CRS-17 mission has moved slightly to the right to April 30. Fun, "we can't say why" wording: "SpaceX will take advantage of the additional time to perform a static fire test and pre-flight checkouts." <---they do anyway.
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Nathan Barker Apr 19
Taking the plunge. If you like my work, and would like to support, and receive a few perks along the, sign up today at
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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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SPadre Apr 19
Good Friday morning 😊🚀🌚🐇💐 🐶
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Chris B - NSF Apr 19
Replying to @HZScience
I did notice this "Oops, in the way of the camera!" moment. 😄
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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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