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Falcon 9 static fire test complete β€” targeting December 4 launch from Pad 40 in Florida for Dragon’s nineteenth resupply mission to the
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SpaceX Nov 26
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The Dragon spacecraft supporting this mission previously flew in support of our fourth and eleventh commercial resupply missions
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Danielle X Nov 26
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anyone have any stats on how much spacex has saved tax payers? πŸ₯³
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Kieran Kunhya πŸš€ Nov 27
The Falcon 9 is tens of billions of value that taxpayers got in a contract that was about a billion if I understand correctly. One of the most efficient government contracts on earth
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Julia Nov 26
Any clues on the choice of landing zone ?
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Reagan Nov 26
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Congratulations on the successful Falcon 9 static fire, SpaceX! Powered by such incredible engines! Looking forward to the upcoming CRS-19 launch! πŸš€πŸ›°βœ¨
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GasOff Nov 26
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Just got to see this for the first time today. So awesome! Are those the original titanium fins on top or did you switch them out?
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Jon J Knight Nov 26
First few landings didn't fly titanium. Too bloody expensive πŸ˜…
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Harry Stoltz Nov 26
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Any date yet on the Crew Dragon in-flight-abort test?
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