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Sreyas Krishnan Apr 11
that was really sick. great job spacex!!
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Christine Mauer Apr 11
We've been here since Saturday. He's missed 4 days of school (so far). He built this out of cardboard. To say he's a fan is an understatement. Changed flights, added hotel room nights & extended car rental. Worth it for this smile.
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AstroHardin ♱ Apr 10
Rocket launches are impressive but watching the boosters land is just spectacular! 🚀
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Sarah Silva Apr 10
I'm excited to wear my own creation tonight to celebrate the launch. I'm honored to be invited on a tour of the Blue Origin facilities and watch the launch from Blue's balcony with ! 📸 , printed by
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Dr. Tanya Harrison Apr 11
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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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Kate Mcfly Apr 10
Ready over in Vancouver, B.C 👋 let's do this thing 🚀
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Jeff Williams Apr 11
booster landing from CCAFS. Car alarms and all!
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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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Madison Tuttle Apr 10
Sooooooo uh watching from the VAB roof 🚀 S/O media for existing so I can check another item off my NASA bucket list.
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For The Launch Apr 11
THE FALCONS HAVE LANDED....AGAIN!
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Rishvan Apr 11
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trench 11m
Congrats, and !!! Wonderful launch and recovery!!!
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Chris G - NSF Apr 11
31 years of watching launches. It. Never. Gets. Old. I had chills. Good chills.
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TomCross Apr 10
Waiting for Earth’s upper level winds to cooperate with the limits of the baddest operational rocket on the planet. Hoping for a launch tonight at 8:32pm ET! Some more photos:
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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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SpaceXUpdates Apr 10
Vehicle looks good. If only the weather would lighten up...
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Planetary Society Apr 11
Put your solar sailing hats on, this is HUGE news for ! We're on the next !
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Everyday Astronaut Apr 11
I only set up two remote cameras today. One didn’t even go off and this was the first shot from the other one... 🤦‍♂️ might be time to hang up my hat and let the others do the real work and I’ll focus on my livestream 🤷‍♂️ oh well, still an incredible launch 😍
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AdamBernNYC Apr 10
It's pretty incredible to see how much Launch Pad 39A has developed since last year, let alone the changes made with the Falcon Heavy.
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