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Awsome! Always amazed at this stuff. Safe journey Dragon Endeavour.
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It was - they seem to have got the Falcon 9 launches down to a fine art.
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I'd sooner flag down a passing Amtrak than set foot on that thing. It will be interesting when they blow some
millionaire passengers into confetti.

I was just reading this the other day, my how far we have come:

https://www.businessinsider.com/fastest ... lee-2016-2
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bulleidboy wrote: Fri Apr 23, 2021 12:46 pm It was - they seem to have got the Falcon 9 launches down to a fine art.
Things appear to be going extremely well, let’s hope it continues like that. I just think it all looks a little bit 'thunderbirds are go'. Something just doesn’t seem right.
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Walkingthedog wrote: Sat Apr 24, 2021 5:26 pm
bulleidboy wrote: Fri Apr 23, 2021 12:46 pm It was - they seem to have got the Falcon 9 launches down to a fine art.
Things appear to be going extremely well, let’s hope it continues like that. I just think it all looks a little bit 'thunderbirds are go'. Something just doesn’t seem right.
Have you watched Capricorn One Brian :D ?
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Yes I have. That was a bit thunderbirds are go as well. :D
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apologies but don't understand why d******d Musk has a thread here.
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dtb wrote: Sun Apr 25, 2021 3:25 am apologies but don't understand why d******d Musk has a thread here.
We can have what we like here it’s the Mess Room. Musks company builds the rockets.
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One of our forum Moderators locked this tread, as he felt it was beginning to turn a bit nasty about an induvial - Personal view probably.
You can discus off topic items here, but lets keep it pleasant and polite.
I have realised it and deleted the one comment that caused the locking.
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Advanced notice of a Falcon 9 Starlink launch tomorrow (Tuesday) at 7.30pm GMT. - Another (reliable) site says launch at 7.01pm - will check time again tomorrow.
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