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Snark Magazine 4h
SpaceX Is Launching a Solar Sail the Size of a Boxing Ring
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Supercluster Jun 20
The team is heading to Kennedy Space Center for the Falcon Heavy STP-2 launch! After a successful static fire, launch is currently scheduled to occur during a 4-hour window opening at 11:30PM EDT on Monday, June 24th. 🎞️:
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Austin Barnard🚀 Jun 22
(Progress)🚀 Aerial shots from the development in Florida. The crews are stepping into overdrive, it appears that they are tied(as of right now) with the Boca Chica crews. Photos acquired from the SpaceX Facebook page, as to who took these is unknown.
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Nathan Barker 4h
with on Launch Complex 39A in preparation for its first night launch. Currently, launch is targeted for 11:30pm EDT tonight. See photos like this and more by signing up for L2
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Digi-Key Electronics 1h
Watch Launch a the Size of a Boxing Ring via
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🔭AstrumORACLE🔭 9h
Replying to @SpaceX @AF_SMC
Wish I was there! Cheers Team & Families, without ALL of you, NONE IF THIS would be possible! You 🚀 make our dreams ✨come true! 🌺Enjoy your Special Day & Good Luck 🍀!
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Alex Martin💡🌌 19m
The current view at 7:45pm from Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex
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Suspected Saboteur Jun 18
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Emre Kelly 7m
Countdown clocks at Kennedy Space Center are reflecting a new launch time for tonight’s mission. Looks like 0200 ET (0600 UTC). Stay tuned for official word from on reasons.
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Kristin Brocoff Jun 17
Huge police escort for this thing outside Beatty. Anyone know what it is?
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/r/SpaceX Masterrace 2h
Posted this one a lot back in PewdiepieSubmissions, thought it would be much more appreciated here!
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Cindy MF Mears 2h
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Pauline Acalin 1h
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Simply Space - Ben 1h
Gonna see some great grid fin action today!
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Emre Kelly Jun 21
Aaand we've got a Falcon Heavy forecast. 70% probability of favorable conditions for 6/24 2330 ET (0330 UTC +1) launch from Kennedy Space Center. Drops to 60% on Tuesday.
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Planetary Society 6h
Hello from Kennedy Space Center! We're visiting the Falcon Heavy that will carry to orbit tonight. Launch is at 11:30 pm EDT / 03:30 UTC, and you can watch LIVE at !
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Casey Gilpin 7h
Tonight will attempt one of the most unique missions in space flight history with the . Come witness with me what five MILLION pounds of thrust can do!
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Dreams of the Common Man Jun 16
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Michael Calore 11m
Tonight's launch will carry the ashes of my friend and mentor Alfred C. Snider up, up, and away into space. Preparing to send him off
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Falcon 9 Block 5 3h
Countdown NET Update: L-6:00:00hrs First Weather Balloon Release Photo By:
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