- Mar 22, 2008
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I can't ear it... forgot the earphones at home... :facepalm:Damn, can't watch it... too instable internet. :dry:
"RSS H.G. Wells" .., nice choice for a spacecraft... and did I see correctly that the manned infrastructure is almost ready?
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Just above the hatch, the full label is:
RSS H.G. Wells"
[ame="https://twitter.com/thesheetztweetz/status/1126585291207323649"]https://twitter.com/thesheetztweetz/status/1126585291207323649[/ame]So...anyone see anything posted by Blue Origin today?
Damned cryptic billionaires.
SpaceX has it right IMO that at some point, you simply do the best you can, launch and fly as much as you can, and learn everything you can from the experiences. Learning from all-up flight testing can expose the bugs that engineers can't envision in complex interacting systems. SpaceX learns from their RUDs, embraces them even, which is exactly the right attitude to have about engineering failure IMO.
New Glenn is quoted as being able to get 29,000 lbm to GTO, so Blue Moon must be planned to fly on some other rocket, probably New Armstrong.