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Rick Ambrose Apr 11
signal acquired. Thanks for the great ride. Proud of the team on launching our 200th communications satellite!
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Rick Ambrose Apr 12
Big rocket. Big satellite. Really high orbit. Extra years of life for our customer. Great job on carrying our modernized LM 2100 further into orbit than ever before (90729 km). Our long-living LM2100 will make great use of the extra fuel!
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AccuWeatherAstronomy Apr 11
Double touchdown! The side boosters of the have landed back on the Florida coast
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Jeff Williams Apr 11
booster landing from CCAFS. Car alarms and all!
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John Kraus πŸš€ Apr 11
5,000,000+ pounds of thrust. 27 first-stage Merlin 1D engines. 3 booster cores. And one epic, fiery view. WOW! /
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Saudi Projects Apr 12
The Saudi's telecommunication satellite () had a successful deployment into space in partnership with . Satellite will deliver television, radio, Internet, and mobile communications to customers in and Europe with advanced coverages.
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Brady Kenniston Apr 14
Everyone have their landing buddy? Make sure your legs are down and locked!
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Michael Sheetz Apr 11
Mission success for SpaceX’s first operational Falcon Heavy launch. The massive rocket put into space while all three boosters were recovered for the first time.
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Scott Sutherland, Science Writer πŸŒ¦οΈβ›ˆοΈπŸŒͺοΈπŸŒ¨οΈπŸŒ™πŸš€πŸ›° Apr 11
Wow. This really never gets old.
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Greg Pallone Apr 11
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Dr. Tanya Harrison Apr 11
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Chris G - NSF Apr 11
Ok. Ready? ’s precise liftoff time was: 11 April 2019 at 18:35:00.526 EDT (22:35:00.526 UTC). I like precision!
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Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex Apr 11
Did you catch the side boosters successfully land at SpaceX Landing Zones 1 and 2?
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Keven Apr 8
Hello, I give 5 tickets for launch of and scheduled on Wednesday, because we will be on plane to France when Space X will take off. DM me ! Cc
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Dr. Tanya Harrison Apr 11
The satellite should deploy in about 15. If all goes well, this will be a picture-perfect mission all around. πŸš€
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Chris G - NSF Apr 12
Can this be a new sport? Synchronized rocket booster landings?
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Brady Kenniston Apr 12
Prints and full resolution downloads of my Falcon Heavy launch photos are available now! Canvas, metal, and standard paper prints available with international shipping, all purchases fund trips to photograph these incredible rockets!
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TrekCore.com πŸ–– Apr 11
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Michael Seeley Apr 18
And then the view of the from observation deck: Look closely & in addition to the center core you can find the fairing halves & a capsule all while the VAB @ KSC looks on. (Pics: me / )
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Michael Sheetz Apr 11
Three for three! lands the center core of Falcon Heavy for the first time on the company's barge in the Atlantic Ocean
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