Elon Musk, SpaceX and PayPal

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Re: Elon Musk, SpaceX and PayPal

Unread post by kickstones » Tue Jun 02, 2020 11:54 am

Not sure if this clip below is included in the above videos, but it is well worth highlighting when the live CCTV cuts and then re-appears again 3 secs later. :)

SpaceX Falcon 9 Landing Glitch on live feed MAY 30 2020 at Drone Ship (interruption at 0:26)




full link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A-D5eVzkCvU

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Re: Elon Musk, SpaceX and PayPal

Unread post by sharpstuff » Tue Jun 02, 2020 12:15 pm

HEAVY WEATHER?

The album:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=edYN7Uh28LI


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I_b8rNvuNjM

Based on SCS’s question regarding the weather (given the anomalies in the photographs of the ‘launch’, I came upon this little (?) gem regarding the ‘launch’ of yet another firework purporting to leave the ‘atmosphere’.

This link provides more data:

https://www.timeanddate.com/weather/usa ... d/historic

Note: Please scroll down for 30th May, 2020

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WARNING! Satire ahead!

Link to pull apart:

https://heavy.com/news/2020/05/spacex-n ... down-time/


My comments between [in italics.]

Told by: Stephanie Dube Dwilson [What sort of name is that?]

https://heavy.com/author/dube/


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Highlights from the page (mainly text. This is not easy!) as I can't relay the whole page but bear with me...Let us start with a number...yes, nine sounds good so let's have nine and spell it 9. And of course a Falcon, soaring into the skies only looking for prey...Falcon 9 ,chaps, sounds good to me...

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SpaceX NASA Launch Delayed Until Saturday: New Countdown Set

By Stephanie Dube Dwilson

Updated May 30, 2020 at 4:08pm

The launch successfully took place Saturday, May 30, at 3:22 p.m. Eastern [Hello! The fetish numerologists are here!]

[Follows a video]

The Launch Was Scrubbed [Cleansed of the corona virus! ] on Wednesday & Was Successful on Saturday

The historic NASA SpaceX launch was scheduled for Wednesday afternoon, May 27 [Numbers?] at 4:33 [Yet more numbers, ho, humm!] p.m. Eastern in Florida but it had to be delayed because of three weather violations [which were, whatever a 'violation is?] requiring the launch to be scrubbed [clean of 'viruses' again? We can't have the I.S.S. crew contaminated!]



This is [delayed?] standard procedure for launches and, NASA said, it’s nothing to worry about.[We are so pleased! Thank you!] Launches periodically get scrubbed due to weather not behaving [Give me strength! Weather behaving? To whom it is responsible? Is it not the behaviour’s of 'scientists' who know all about global warming--to the idea that they actually do anything positive for humanity?] and it’s even more important to do so for astronauts’ safety [They hope to rely on the back door of the imaginary 'rocket' to escape back to a pint in the boozer, get a ‘little over the eight’ then deny they were anywhere near the incident when it happened in later interviews?]

A new countdown can be seen here or below. This countdown timer is based on the time released by NASA predicting a 3:22 p.m. [Numerology alert!] Eastern launch on Saturday, May 30. [Humm, '3'. Alert modified to ‘Orange’?]

Some YouTube channels have helpfully provided [Are allowed to provide?] live coverage about the launch that’s still updating after the launch was scrubbed. You can see one below from NASA.

[Follows a video]

A NASA representative [Probably another not-so-pale person resisting the urge to bleach his skin in case of trying to be something he isn’t familiar with, although a female or transgender version may be an option to counter gender differences?] later shared that three conditions were violated, necessitating scrubbing the launch on Wednesday. These were natural lightning [?], the field mills,[what the **** are 'field mills'?] and the attached anvil [Just to hammer in this nonsense?]. The weather would have cleared in 10 minutes, but today was an “instantaneous launch” [?] due to necessary orbital mechanics [These people like to go around in circles. Orbital' mechanics? Space station on time? What time?] that would allow the spacecraft(y) to get to the space station on time.

Watch More Live Streams Below [Watch them if you want from the site]

The weather was given a 60% chance of holding [What?] and being favorable for Wednesday’s launch on Tuesday, but favorability decreased over time until it was scrubbed. [Possibly due to 'virus' infection? Where’s the brush Frank?

More Details About the Launch

NASA shared [Really,? With whom?] what we can expect to happen after liftoff and the anticipated launch. [Was the game software ready for launch? Did it perhaps have a virus?]]

Saturday, May 30

11 a.m. – NASA TV launch coverage begins (continues through docking)
3:22 p.m. – Liftoff
4:09 p.m. – Crew Dragon phase burn [It's getting bloomin' hot in here!]
4:55 p.m. – Far-field manual flight test [Your guess is as good as mine. Where did you put those binoculars?]
5:55 p.m. – Astronaut downlink event from Crew Dragon [Amazing of what these mobile phones applications are capable.]

6:30 p.m. – Postlaunch news conference at Kennedy
Administrator Bridenstine
Kathy Lueders, manager, NASA Commercial Crew Program
SpaceX representative
Kirk Shireman, manager, International Space Station Program
NASA Chief Astronaut Pat Forrester

[All bovine excrement from the Promotarati of this scam.]

This test flight is an important step in NASA’s Commercial Crew Program [?], whose goal is to ultimately provide safe transportation to and from the International Space Station [You catch the Number 11 rocket from Cape Coronavil and then the Number 9 SpaceX shuttle to ISS1. Welcome aboard! Make sure you wear your mask!] .

The launch is known as the Demo-2, demonstrating SpaceX’s ability to fly astronauts safely to and from the space station. [Via what?] The astronauts flying today are Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley. [Please give exact details of them and their abilities to defraud the gullible generations of their past hoaxes.]

The SpaceX Crew Dragon [What the **** is a 'crew dragon'?] will lift off on a Falcon 9 rocket from Launch Complex 39A in Florida for an extended stay at the space station for the Demo-2 mission. [Much like the Windows 8 then 8.1 fiasco!] This is the final test flight for SpaceX and the first time NASA astronauts test the system in orbit. [And if it could happen, probably the last.]

After the Crew Dragon lifts off, it will accelerate the astronauts to 17,000 mph to intercept [Why would it need to 'intercept' if it could reliably get the co-orrdinates with all the 'technology' available? Is it looking for trouble?] with the International Space Station, NASA shared [With whom?]. Once in orbit, the crew will verify that the Crew Dragon is performing correctly [How?] through maneuvering thrusters [!] and performing other tests [What tests?] . After about [Surely this is pecision?] 24 hours, the Crew Dragon will dock with the space station. After docking, the crew members will become members of the Expedition 63 [Numerologists take note! Clue: 6 + 3 = 9]] crew and perform tests [?] on the Crew Dragon along with research tasks on the space station. [Which are what exactly?] The Crew Dragon can stay in orbit for 110 days [Numbers again?] , but the exact duration of this mission is being determined. [We await determination with baited breath like fish on a hook.]The operational Crew Dragon used later will be able to stay in orbit for at least 210 days, per NASA requirements.[Please explain requirements.]

When the expedition ends, the Crew Dragon will undock with both astronauts on board [What?] and re-enter the Earth’s atmosphere, splashing down off Florida’s Atlantic Coast. [Where?] The SpaceX Go Navigator [Please supply exact details.] recovery vessel will pick up the Crew Dragon and return to Cape Canaveral. The date of this part of the flight is still being determined. [Hopefully for those awaiting rescue from their ordeal!]

This is the final step before NASA certifies the Crew Dragon for long-duration missions to the space station. [Details would be appreciated by those who actually paid for it. However, since it does not exist in reality, where did the money go?]

This is also the first human flight to space from the Kennedy Space Center in nine years [!] , NASA shared. [With whom? Why the delay?]


There is an old saying in the East End of London; Bollocks to the whole thing!

[Bollocks: nonsense; rubbish (used to express contempt or disagreement, or as an exclamation of annoyance).]

Be well.

Sharpstuff

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Re: Elon Musk, SpaceX and PayPal

Unread post by nokidding » Tue Jun 02, 2020 12:31 pm

What we would like to see is Falcon 9 fuel mass at launch, and fuel mass and velocity at start of descent. All the fuel mass for the descent has to be lifted and accelerated, and then de-accelerate again before it burns. Or maybe they have a gas station up there.

And while they are about it perhaps a brief explanation of how they will achieve an air cooled re-entry. The decorative scoops of the side of the capsule must be the secret.

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Re: Elon Musk, SpaceX and PayPal

Unread post by Altair » Wed Jun 03, 2020 2:12 pm

You'll probably have noticed that the astronaut's suits are way cooler than the old-fashioned previously furnished by NASA. Not surprisingly, they've been designed by the same guy who prepared Batman's gardrobe: https://www.syfy.com/syfywire/spacex-su ... man-artist

I guess that the script has also been written by some Hollywood guionist.

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