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petaluma Apr 21
SpaceX : amazing Not only is the launch and appropriate use of computer guidance amazing, but the telemetry drives the point home that SpaceX seems to be just the lace hostess with the space mostest. Congratulations -6A
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Ronaldo Apr 20
Americans love sending shit into space, don't they?
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Guidœm 🎢 Apr 20
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ᴢɪᴅɴɪᴇᴡɪʟʜᴇʟᴍᴠɪᴋᴛᴏʀ 16h
5 min to launch
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DonnyW13 Apr 17
Replying to @upulie @NASAKennedy
I would have while I was at for the -6a launch, but budget didn't allow, but at least I got a patch from every launch I've seen.🚀😁
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therealbaebclue Apr 19
is up and floating...On to the next project 😊
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William ❄ Apr 20
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Not Ornament Apr 17
They got all three boosters back!
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William Apr 17
Seems I never posted any of my launch photos from -6a. Here's my favorite, shot on kodak 100. Only 36 exposures to work with and even with launch being delayed, my Miops got the shot (no false triggers). *scanned w/ minimal edits (shadows/sharpness)
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random fixations Apr 20
I just can't get over how beautiful it looks every time a booster lands. -6a by is a go. And don't even get me started on their drone ship's name
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Darren McNally Apr 18
is a GO aboard ..T minus 8 mins..
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SB #5G #HM19 Apr 14
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SpaceFlight Insider Apr 15
There's been a report that the center stage of the Falcon Heavy from the Arabsat-6A launch might have been lost. Apparently rough weather might have been to blame.
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BADRAN ALJARDAN ⚚ Apr 18
SpaceX launches Falcon Heavy and lands all three rocket boosters for the first time ( ) So proud 🇸🇦❤️
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Neil Yamit Apr 14
Was watching Arabsat-6A launch on and this shows for a frame or two at T45:49 Any idea what this is?
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Gintare Apr 16
's first commercial flight to deploy a high-capacity for also included the safe landing of all of it's booster .
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Jonathan Galed Apr 14
Want a printed copy of this? My shop is now live! Various sizes are available now, starting at $31
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Social Mars™ Apr 15
Arabsat CEO: Falcon Heavy gives our satellite extra life -
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iGEN Technologies Inc. Apr 15
has launched its second supersized rocket, and for the first time, landed all three boosters with a communication satellite called , the rocket’s first paying customer.
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Sandeep Shenoy Apr 17
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