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Elon Musk
Both fairing halves recovered. Will be flown on Starlink πŸ’« mission later this year.
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Geoff Barrett πŸš€ Apr 11
Replying to @elonmusk
Were they caught or just recovered from the water?
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Elon Musk Apr 11
Replying to @GeoffdBarrett
Recovered from water, but undamaged
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Chris (Robotbeat)πŸ—½πŸ––πŸΎ Apr 11
Replying to @elonmusk
That was 3 boosters and 2 fairing halves all autonomously flying back for recovery with the droneship autonomously stationkeeping and the upper stage autonomously putting the robot satellite into orbit. 8 robots. 9 if you count the octograbber.
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ethan czajkowski Apr 11
Replying to @Robotbeat @elonmusk
The fairing halves didnt fly back they were recovered from the water
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Renan Apr 11
Replying to @elonmusk
How many times can a reused rocket take off?
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Douglas Bailey Apr 11
Number of times they can land it + 1. πŸ˜‰
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Uwe Heine Apr 11
Replying to @elonmusk
The fairing is already almost a boat. With it's parasail and added lee boards it could basically sail home on it's own!
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Andrew Arwood Apr 11
Replying to @bonobeau @elonmusk
Ya know..... I wonder what it would take....
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Arseniy Apr 11
Replying to @elonmusk
Amazing job!! My congratulations from Russia πŸ‡·πŸ‡Ί with delight and respectπŸ‘ I hope the starship will be a means of transportation, not a luxuryπŸš€
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53R610 54N /1C3N73 Apr 12
Replying to @Ars11651310 @elonmusk
Yeah, congrats also from Spain. Just one thing mate, you should have added a falcon heavy Block 5 picture instead. Black parts make it extremely beautiful. πŸ˜‰
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