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Austin Barnard🚀
crews hard at work today under the hot Texas sun, the team has been working tirelessly on the bottom section of . As well as amassing a giant new crane, maybe to connect the two halves together or maybe something entirely different. The pace is really picking up!
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Austin Barnard🚀 9 Aug 19
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Another two angles
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Kyle Burkholder 9 Aug 19
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Austin Barnard🚀 9 Aug 19
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I made this photoshop real quick. I honestly cannot wait for the day, when SpaceX starts pumping out StarShip’s like it’s nothin!😎🚀
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Kyle Burkholder 9 Aug 19
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Wow this crane is nuts 😳
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Gary W. Fuller 9 Aug 19
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Stacking is imminent!
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Sarcastic Crank 9 Aug 19
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That giant crane has gotta be for stacking.
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Dr Gerard Hammond 9 Aug 19
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This will be spectacular when it topples
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Steve Goyette 9 Aug 19
Don’t the fuel tanks have to be inserted inside the stainless? Or is the stainless that we see the walls of the tanks as well as the outer shell of the rocket?
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Jessie Janson 9 Aug 19
the walls of the rocket are the tank. But so far only have two bulkheads spotted, so either one was missed when it was built and installed into the nose cone area or there is still one to be built/installed. cant remember if they installed the 2nd yet.
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Kevin Sells 9 Aug 19
Replying to @austinbarnard45
You’d think they’ve got a schedule to keep.
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Bruce Fredrick 11 Aug 19
Mars landing 2020!
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