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H L U Apr 14
This is so incredibly impressive: listen to the double sonic booms of both falcons landing
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Mr. Christopher Apr 11
I hope the Flat Earthers are watching the SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket launch so they can see the CURVATURE of the earth.
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Tom McCool Apr 18
Another picture of the damaged booster with one leg hanging below.
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Jeff Williams Apr 11
booster landing from CCAFS. Car alarms and all!
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For The Launch Apr 11
THE FALCONS HAVE LANDED....AGAIN!
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🚨Don Barbone🚨 Apr 11
Here’s the quadriple footage of both sideboosters landing on landing zone 1 and 2 at Cape Canaveral!🤗😍👌🏻🚀🚀 X X Center Core landet successfully on the droneship ‘Of Course I Still Love You‘!🚀X🌊 Congratulations and
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Rory Marland Apr 11
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Dirk Apr 11
What the heck was this in ???
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Dr. Tanya Harrison Apr 11
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DoYouMind 17h
Daripada mantengin Quick Count, mending mantengin Space-X lift off countdown.
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Roger Holt 14h
The concrete foundation of the new hangar building has been laid. Credit📷
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Miriam Kramer Apr 11
Both Falcon Heavy side boosters coming in for a smooth landing. Incredible.
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Steven Keagle Apr 11
Just a few photos from the Falcon Heavy launched the Arabsat-6A satellite from Launch Complex 39A Thursday, April 11 at 6:35 p.m. EDT. Wow what an amazing launch and landing.
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Brunno Apr 11
What a time to be alive! 😍
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Jcb 23m
Great job 👍
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Roger Holt 5h
This cool photo was taken on the 16th. Credit📷Maria Pointer
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Julia 7h
I spy a center core still sitting on OCISLY today. There is not a person to be seen at the docks so they are either formulating a plan for transport or just enjoying a day off.
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Rodrigo Falcão 20h
Replying to @rodrigofalcao13
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/r/SpaceX Masterrace 5h
Ah yes a half barge with a Dragon X SuperHeavy sniped by Tory Bruno. Delightfully counterintuitive CGI by Elroy Trusk company The Boring Teslaquilla. Landing Secured. 4/20
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Emre Kelly Apr 11
What the – of all space news today, was NOT expecting this. NASA has selected to provide launch services for Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART), the first-ever mission to demonstrate the capability to deflect an asteroid by colliding a spacecraft with it.
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