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“Mary” Dec 29
Replying to @elonmusk @NASA
Is this likely in February?
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Elon Musk Dec 29
Replying to @kulpability @NASA
Crew Dragon should be physically ready & at the Cape in Feb, but completing all safety reviews will probably take a few more months
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Everyday Astronaut Dec 29
Replying to @elonmusk @NASA
How long will Model X’s be the ride of choice before cybertruck starts taking crew to the pad? 🤔 serious question: was there any certification or requirements to use Model X’s???
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Ricky Reeves 🕙 Dec 29
When will we see a propellant based pod landing rather than parachute? Is there a reason parachute is better?
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MIKE DEAN! #MWA Dec 30
Need me and to score your videos.
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Scott Daniels Dec 30
Example: https://t.co/YgYNY5VONc
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Toby Li Dec 29
Replying to @elonmusk @NASA
Please tell me SpaceX will have Teslas to deliver the astronauts to the launchpad
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Everyday Astronaut Dec 29
Yup! Model X’s! You can even see the door raised in the first shot!
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Pranay Pathole Dec 29
Replying to @elonmusk @NASA
Our destiny is in the stars
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P28 Dec 29
Currently, it will take Starship 350,000 years to get to our nearest star Alpha Centauri. The idea of humans traveling amongst the stars any time soon is pure science fiction and will remain so long after this generation has passed
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