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Stephen Marr Apr 17
center core B1055 tipped over due to rough seas. Most of it still remains on board , but the top half is gone.
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Sandeep S Hans 1h
Congratulations team ... One giant step for mankind!!
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Kevin 2h
Replying to @tobbe24803458 @SpaceX
Nice but Reusable side boosters is nothing new Reusable Launch Vehicle has been used for decades ! Apollo LunarModule VTVL DC-XA Launch Vehicle. SpaceX has got a lot of technology for free from others like technology transfer
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Jam🍇 1h
History in the making with this launch.
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GameTextures.com 1h
In case you missed the live launch, they are about to hit the recap on the launch today. Watching the boosters land is like affirming that we have hit the start of actual science fiction as we read as kids.
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Amanda Jefferson 🌹 17h
Coloured rough version of my Triple Booster Landings patch. The sea & sky colours look the same to me (colourblind), is there a distinct difference? Final version will have white text in a proper font. I have a shaky hand, I know it's rough line work & colouring.
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Supernova Shape 17h
Now this boy had a sick launch today, great job and !
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DeadMenWalking 2h
men they just landed successfully three rocket ships. great goal. one of the greatest science achivement.
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NextGenRetro Apr 18
I just watched land all three cores from the . This is a monumental achievement of engineering. I just ugly cried watching robot rockets land and a robot boat catch the center core. Congrats to and everyone at who just changed human history.
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Dredgen Darker Apr 20
That launch was something else.
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Oldyardd Apr 19
This looks like an Angel praying! What the heck? You can even see a detailed face, folded hands on the right, and the wing on the left. The WORLD is literally accepting as our new saviour.
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Laquan chenault Apr 19
congrats ....the cosmonauts are proud...
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Everyday Astronaut Apr 15
Unfortunately lost the center core or as it was being towed into port (from 1,000 km down range) due to rough seas. They have a robot named “octagrabber” that apparently can’t grab onto the FH center core. This shouldn’t effect STP-2 which will use a new core
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Angela Williams 16h
Watched the Falcon Heavy launch and it really inspired my red-haired seven-year-old, Xavier. Hey if you need a name for one of your rockets - this is a good one! Maybe one day he'll get to go to space and I can show him this...
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Tom McCool Apr 18
Another picture of the damaged booster with one leg hanging below.
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David Taylor 24h
Seriously what is the deal with so many adverts interrupting the launch? They're popping up every 30 seconds or so.
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JD 23h
Of course I still love you
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alejandro prieto Apr 20
Man, watching landing upstraight makes me geek so f'ing hard is a goddamn genius
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Nkosana Qedoshim Apr 19
Replying to @THATninahastie
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