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Elon Musk Dec 29
Simulation of first crewed flight of Falcon 9 / Dragon 2020
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“Mary” Dec 29
Replying to @elonmusk @NASA
Is this likely in February?
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Elon Musk
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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Elon Musk Dec 29
Replying to @kulpability @NASA
New technology development schedules tend to exhibit a version of Zeno’s Paradox — at any given point, you’re halfway there
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Pranay Pathole Dec 29
If its tight its right, if its long, its wrong 😉
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Jakk Dec 29
They won’t let you beat Boeing but soon with Starlink will have more funding than or combined.
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cameron Dec 29
Whoever is ready first flies first
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Savvy Space Fairy 🖤 Dec 30
❤❤❤
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ben osowski Dec 31
Well I do admire the fact we have Saftey reviews to help ensure the safety of the crew and the ship
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Gerhard Hauer 🚀🌖 Dec 31
Will taken even longer due to Boeings (!) problem with the OTF, I guess. Nasa logic.
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🔗Vivian Okoy Jan 6
Awesome
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LordsDestiny Jan 10
Can't wait!!
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Rubi🌻 Jan 15
Sr. My father, would like to share you ideas that would improve the star ship. He's wondering if you could be open, to a few alternatives that would make the star ship more intact while entering the atmosphere, and the solar waves. He believes in your work, and admires the vision
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