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Elon Musk
Well, at least the pieces were bigger this time! Won't be last RUD, but am optimistic about upcoming ship landing.
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Trampoline Rocket 17 Jan 16
Replying to @elonmusk @SpaceX
Just Read The Landing Leg Locking Instructions
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Trampoline Rocket 17 Jan 16
Replying to @elonmusk @SpaceX
Of Course I Still Love Tipping Over
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Jonathan McDowell 17 Jan 16
Replying to @elonmusk
Buff out a few dents, fresh coat of paint, you could relaunch that easy!
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Jeremy E. Coppin 17 Jan 16
Replying to @elonmusk
"Well, at least the pieces are bigger this time" has to be my engineering quote of the year. I want that on a t-shirt.
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The Doctor 17 Jan 16
Replying to @elonmusk
why not use a floating ball pit?
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Drifting 17 Jan 16
Replying to @elonmusk
Cheers. Space is hard.
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Texas👻Chance🎃Saw🦇Massacre 17 Jan 16
Replying to @elonmusk
I love your positive attitude.
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Angry Husky 17 Jan 16
Replying to @elonmusk @SpaceX
I'm guessing there's just a defect in gravity at that spot. That's what I'd tell my boss if it were my fault,
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Clayton Keenan 23 Jan 16
Replying to @elonmusk
Is that a Decepticon?
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Kurt Kumar 17 Jan 16
Replying to @elonmusk
Will eventually succeed, you are almost there 👍🏻
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Kurt Kumar 18 Jan 16
Replying to @KurtKumar
This is a success in every which way 👏🏻 via nytvideo
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Brenda🧛‍♀️ 17 Jan 16
Replying to @elonmusk
Hey it landed....that's a win.....
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nicelife_bs 17 Jan 16
Replying to @elonmusk @KerbalSpaceP
looks like a perfect landing to me. At least for standards.
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Scott Rogers 18 Jan 16
Replying to @elonmusk
All the tries where we "break a leg" pave the way to make Mars cheaper and possible. Looking forward to next attempt!
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Steve  MacLeod 17 Jan 16
Replying to @elonmusk
Do not get distracted by these attempts. I am interested in your interplanetary goals. Dragon 2 and habitats
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Julie_Sczesny 17 Jan 16
Replying to @macsteed @elonmusk
Mishaps help solve problems. Just ask Rockwell Aerospace engineers, brains behind both Apollos & Shuttle Orbiters.
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Chris Banzet 18 Jan 16
My Uncles were part of shuttle program. I was there for the 1986 explosion of challenger. unforgettable.
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Steve  MacLeod 19 Jan 16
I remember that and the inquiry. The booster system and fuel tank was the shuttles achilles heal.
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Julie_Sczesny 19 Jan 16
O-rings were never tested below freezing by manu. because FL rarely dipped below freezing. Fault was with
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Steve  MacLeod 19 Jan 16
I remember the story of 2 Mortin Thikol engineers who did not ok the launch. Overruled by superior.
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Julie_Sczesny 19 Jan 16
I've heard so many stories. 186 computers DID fire the bolts, to separate the shuttle. Overwhelmed
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Steve  MacLeod 19 Jan 16
Like many watching I did not know what happened after explosion to Orbiter. Intact or shattered
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