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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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Viv 🐉 Dec 29
Might be worth bringing a snack ...
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SPadre Dec 29
Crew Dragon and Starship both possibly ready to fly around the same time this spring?
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ꀭꂦꃅꈤꈤꍏ Dec 29
Hey Elon, I am writing an ebook about gems and minerals called Let's Get Stoned!, and would love for you to suggest a mineral for me to include in it. The book is mostly about gems I've worked with or have in my collection like this slightly radioactive one.
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Wreckonize TesLAW SlowDownAndMoveOver Dec 29
Oh come on , you know Elon, it won't be from this Earth! That's my guess. You'll probably get a piece of Mars before the next decade is over.
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Thomas Burghardt Dec 29
For In-Flight Abort, will Falcon 9 be terminated after Dragon aborts, or will the AFTS be safed?
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Luis Dec 29
July 2020 it is.
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Rick Strickland Dec 29
If Crew Dragon In-Flight Abort goes well, my guesses are: Crewed Crew Dragon to ISS: April 2020 Starship Superheavy to orbit: July 4th, 2020 😊😊😊👍👍 🚀🚀🚀👍👍
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👻 I Spotted a Tesla Dec 29
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Vivian Okoy 🔗 Jan 6
Awesome
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