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We lost a set of powerpack test hardware on one of our BE-4 test stands yesterday. Not unusual during development.
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Matt Gebert 14 May 17
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Is the test stand still there?
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Ebenezer Oliveira 14 May 17
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Keep walking! Good luck in the next attempts!
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Michael Hols 14 May 17
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They'll turn up. You tried looking where you last saw them?
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Mike Maley 14 May 17
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Appreciate the honesty. Would love to see footage...for scientific proposes, of course.
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๐Ÿ•ฏ๐Ÿ‡จ๐Ÿ‡ฆJoel 14 May 17
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That's progress! Keep going! Wish you the best!
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Joksmar 14 May 17
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I don't think they are talking about Tesla powerpacks. Here you can see what they mean (rocket engine)
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Gioele Ciaparrone 14 May 17
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It was a joke
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D10z 14 May 17
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Riding the redline ๐Ÿ‘ its better to find out how to explode now, not in space.
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Rotosequence 14 May 17
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Any cool footage you can post? :D
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Joe Barnard 14 May 17
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Nothing ventured, nothing gained! Best of luck :)
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Ben Cartwright 14 May 17
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Sounds like they left their GSE plugged in too ๐Ÿค”
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