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SpaceX 17 Aug, 04:50
SpaceX 16 Aug, 19:11
Air Force soliciting bids for small, medium satellite launch program - SpaceNews.com
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Submitted August 16, 2019 at 03:35PM by Jeramiah_Johnson
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SpaceX 16 Aug, 17:10
SpaceX's first Super Heavy hardware is already being built at Florida Starship campus
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Submitted August 16, 2019 at 01:31PM by 1why18
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SpaceX 16 Aug, 01:34
SpaceX 16 Aug, 01:33
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SpaceX 16 Aug, 00:05
Good conversation with head of FAA Space. Need a bit more hazard analysis & should be clear to fly soon.
https://twitter.com/elonmusk/status/1162096454367756288?s=20

Submitted August 15, 2019 at 10:21PM by Tommy099431
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SpaceX 15 Aug, 22:50
Scientists ask NASA to reconsider Mars mission after studying effects of space radiation
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Submitted August 15, 2019 at 07:56PM by RGregoryClark
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SpaceX 15 Aug, 19:20
What Next For Starship
Starship development is roaring ahead at a tremendous pace, so let’s take a peek at what we might reasonably expect in the near future. Dev work is currently being carried out at Boca Chica Texas and this situation seems unlikely to change until LC-39A modifications come online at Cape Canaveral, maybe towards the end of 2020. For SpaceX a whole year is an enormous opportunity to test and refine their design for Starship, so let’s try to construct a timeline for what we might reasonably expect to see: - 2019 to Early 2020 – StarhopperNews of Starhopper’s early retirement after the 200m hop now seem premature. No doubt SpaceX will continue to find novel ways to test new technology on this unique vehicle, such as how ceramic heat tiles respond to real flight conditions. Unfortunately Starhopper’s technical value will steadily decline as Starship Mk.1 becomes flightworthy, but that should allow the dev team to push Starhopper further - if necessary to destruction (sad but best way to find out information). Case of: hop until you drop. Early to mid 2020 – Starship Mk.1Likely the triple Raptor roar will be heard all the way to Brownesville. Expect plenty of test flights of increasing height, divert range and duration to establish the best way to fly this monster rocket, juggling multi-engine thrust, RCS and new control surfaces. Eventually expect Starship to launch with fully topped tanks over the Gulf of Mexico then turn around and scream back to launch site to prove heat protection and transition from high speed approach to landing.“Most likely it (Starship hopper tests) will happen at our Brownsville location…by hopper tests I mean it will go up several miles and come down, the ship is capable of single stage to orbit if we fully load the tanks, so we’ll do flights of increasing complexity. We will want to test the heat shield material, fly out, turn around, accelerate back real hard and come in hot, to test the heat shield. We want to have a highly reusable heatshield that’s capable of absorbing the heat from interplanetary entry velocities.” ~ Elon Musk/Falcon Heavy Press conference Mid 2020 – Mega BargeAt some point they will want to stretch Starship’s legs and land it further out in the ocean to test even higher re-entry speeds and landing on a floating platform. Technically Starship could fit onto an existing ASDS but this doesn’t leave much margin for error. SpaceX also intend to use Starship for Earth-to-Earth passenger transport which should involve barge take-off and landings for extremely large barges moored off-shore, so seems reasonable to expect they might integrate mega-barge landings into the Starship test regime. Technically a mega-barge could allow flight speeds of up to mach 20 and high fidelity EDL tests, now they intend to dispense with a booster for E-2-E operations.“We will land [Starship] on our own platform, its out at sea. Largely because first of all most cities probably won’t want that incomer hovering over their billion/trillion dollar buildings/high-rises. Its also very loud, from an acoustic perspective, the sonic booms created by coming back. So we will have to be out at sea, So we will maintain control, we’ll probably will be in international waters as well.” ~ Gwynne Shotwell/IE Business School Mid 2020 – Super HeavyLast but not least, they intend to test fly a 20 engine version of their Super Heavy Booster. Quite possibly this too could be carried out at Boca Chica, rather than risk LC-39A. Some kind of launch stand/platform/barge could be adapted fairly quickly for Super Heavy at Boca Chica, whereas construction would take…
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SpaceX 15 Aug, 19:20
How SpaceX's Starship Will Help Establish a Mars Base
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Submitted August 15, 2019 at 05:01PM by Jeramiah_Johnson
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SpaceX 15 Aug, 16:12
@BocaChicaGirl: Tonight StarHopper has a new look. Some heatshield tiles have been attached prior to the 200 meter hop. 🔥🚀🔥🤠
https://twitter.com/bocachicagal/status/1161821652864438272?s=21

Submitted August 15, 2019 at 10:11AM by CProphet
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SpaceX 15 Aug, 15:14
Elon on Twitter - "Starhopper 200m hop not yet approved by FAA"
https://twitter.com/elonmusk/status/1161839684466532352

Submitted August 15, 2019 at 11:09AM by 1why18
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SpaceX 14 Aug, 16:03
Tory Bruno replies to the recent rumours of RUAG making fairings for SpaceX, "No. This is a false rumor"
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Submitted August 14, 2019 at 02:20PM by thomastaitai
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SpaceX 14 Aug, 04:33
Starhopper 200m hop approved 16th-19th Aug
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Submitted August 14, 2019 at 02:26AM by robertpitt1988
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SpaceX 13 Aug, 23:23
@timothytchen1 on twitter: "Talked to RUAG guy at the Small Sat Conference, he confirmed they signed an agreement with SpaceX. RUAG will be producing fairing out of the Decatur facility."
https://twitter.com/timothytchen1/status/1161261562713137153

Submitted August 13, 2019 at 10:15PM by soldato_fantasma
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SpaceX 13 Aug, 01:53
Got to work and observe training of the SpaceX USCV-1 Crew for a week!
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Submitted August 12, 2019 at 10:34PM by OllieTurrell18
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SpaceX 12 Aug, 21:08
ULA, SpaceX, Blue Origin, Northrop Grumman submit bids for national security launch procurement contract
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Submitted August 12, 2019 at 07:00PM by ethan829
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SpaceX 12 Aug, 00:32
Just Read The Instructions Voyage Discussion and Updates Thread
Hello! It's u/RocketLover0119 hosting a thread to track Just Read The Instructions as it makes its way over to, I'm assuming, Port Canaveral! Below is a list of resources, the status of the ship, and updates.About the ShipJRTI was SpaceX's west coast ASDS, used in 8 missions, with only 1 of those landing attempts being a failure (Jason-3). JRTI is the sister ship to OCISLY, identical in appearance, shape, and size. SpaceX's first droneship was named JRTI, but was used on the east coast, that ship was retired, and when SpaceX got a new ASDS on the west coast, they decided to name it the same as the original ASDS. JRTI has been in service on the west coast for the past 3 1/2 years, it is now en-route to presumably Port Canaveral, where it will join OCISLY, to support the growing launch pace, such as Starlink launches, and potential dual FH side core landings at sea.Status- About 3 days out from the Panama CanalUpdates(All times in UTC)11th August 201919:00Thread goes live!ResourcesMarine TrafficVessel FinderJetty Park WebcamSpaceXFleet -(Resource page of the fleet by u/Gavalar_)SpaceXFleet Twitter

Submitted August 11, 2019 at 09:00PM by RocketLover0119
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SpaceX 10 Aug, 19:57
Dragon Launch Pad Escape System Testing Video
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Submitted August 10, 2019 at 05:38PM by smileythom
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SpaceX 10 Aug, 12:07
Elon Musk on Twitter, after being asked "Starhopper 200m on Aug 16-18? ;)" - "Just spoke with FAA, so hopefully yes"
https://twitter.com/elonmusk/status/1159969069740597248?s=20

Submitted August 10, 2019 at 02:30AM by fiercedude11
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SpaceX 10 Aug, 12:07
OneWeb Beats Elon Musk's SpaceX, Jeff Bezos' Blue Origins In Space Internet Race
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Submitted August 10, 2019 at 02:49AM by Nergaal
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