And the next launch is only 10 days from now.echostar?
Started by Legend, Jan 07, 2017, 05:32 PM
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thats pretty sweet. Amazing they are able to launch again so fast if they do in 10 days, but i guess they should have a stock pile of cores since they didnt really need to make any tweaks to hardware, just procedures.Oh I hadn't even thought about that. This was my first launch from California, and next week is the first from 39A
So i guess that means the new launch site is ready, thatll make it even more exciting
Oh I hadn't even thought about that. This was my first launch from California, and next week is the first from 39Aawesome. glad to hear its ready. thats another step needed for Falcon Heavy.
awesome. glad to hear its ready. thats another step needed for Falcon Heavy.Yup SES 10.
any word on what launch will use the first reflown booster? i think i remember hearing ses wanted to be the first
understandable. still so exciting.Heavy could be in April. That's not too bad.
this is first launch at the new pad
next is a rtls crs mission
then a reflown booster with ses-10
wish the heavy launch wasnt so far off lol
What are you talking about? One just blew up a couple months ago. HEYYYOOOOOOO
@gdoehne Expendable. Future flights will go on Falcon Heavy or the upgraded Falcon 9.— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) January 21, 2017
Feels so odd having a rocket just burn up after use.