What an honor! @Blackmagic_News did a feature on how we use their gear! It features some pictures of @considercosmos and @andrutay too!!! Thanks for making awesome products that I'm slightly obsessed with!!! https://blackmagicdesign.com/media/release/20211102-01…
Boom and jib sections for SpaceX's custom LR 11000 were delivered to Starbase as it gets closer to being fully assembled. Meanwhile, stairs were moved to the Production Site.
Video and Pictures from @BocaChicaGal, @nicansuini, and the NSF Robots
With a successor on the horizon, it is time to remember the history of the most iconic space telescope.
A look at the timeline of the Hubble Space Telescope, how it came to be, and how it has been maintained up to today.
The B2.1 test tank was prepared for testing, construction on the Wide Bay continued, and Ship 22's common dome section was spotted outside.
Video + Photos by Mary (@BocaChicaGal) and Nic (@NicAnsuini) for @NASASpaceflight.
但如果这个是基于 #赫兹 订单引起的行情飙涨，我想强调的是目前尚未签署任何合同。
赫兹订单对我们的经济影响为零。 $TSLA $htzz
引用推文Elon Musk@elonmusk · 31分钟回复 @teslaownersSVYou’re welcome!
If any of this is based on Hertz, I’d like to emphasize that no contract has been signed yet.
Tesla has far more demand than production, therefore we will only sell cars to Hertz for the same margin as to consumers.
Hertz deal has zero effect on our economics.
With the delay of the Crew-3 launch, NASA says it is reviewing schedule options for return of the Crew-2 mission from the International Space Station. SpaceX's Crew Dragon Endeavour capsule will bring home four astronauts in a swap with the Crew-3 mission. https://spaceflightnow.com/2021/10/26/spacex-crew-3-preps-mission-status-center/…
LAUNCH UPDATE: @NASA's @SpaceX #Crew3 mission is now targeted to launch no earlier than 11:36pm ET on Saturday, Nov. 6 due to a minor medical issue involving one of its crew members.
More details: https://go.nasa.gov/3pTwKi9
"NASA is delaying the upcoming launch of the agency’s SpaceX Crew-3 mission due to a minor medical issue involving one of its crew members."
Launch now no earlier than Nov. 6 at 11:36 p.m. EDT. NASA says it will continue to monitor the situation.
NASA says launch of SpaceX’s Crew-3 mission to the International Space Station is delayed to no earlier than Saturday, Nov. 6, at 11:36pm EDT (0336 GMT on Nov. 7).
The agency says one of the astronauts has a “minor medical issue” not related to COVID.
Tom Marshburn, a veteran NASA astronaut and former emergency physician, will soon fly to the International Space Station on a SpaceX Crew Dragon spaceship.
In this clip, Marshburn describes the medical capabilities on the ISS.
Watch our interview: https://youtube.com/watch?v=3Qcnn9Mz_ME…
Great views of the Production Site courtesy of @NicAnsuini!
A Ship Common Dome + Methane Header tank, and a Mid-LOX Section with insulation blankets for S22!
Watch live with @NASASpaceflight: https://nasaspaceflight.com/starbaselive
#Artemis 1 has a target date! But why are the mission's launch periods approx every 2 weeks? And why are some windows 5 mins & others 2 hrs depending on the day?
Philip Sloss has your answers for why @NASA_SLS launch windows will look the way they do.
Raja Chari, NASA’s commander for the Crew-3 mission, leads the first team of astronauts to fly on SpaceX’s newest Crew Dragon capsule, named “Endurance.”
The new spacecraft features several improvements over previous Dragons.
Watch our interview: https://youtube.com/watch?v=rUJaxm0kPKY…
As more parts of Frankencrane were disassembled and transported away from Starbase, the Wide Bay's structure continued to rise. Meanwhile, LOX was delivered to the Orbital Tank Farm.
Video and Pictures from @BocaChicaGal. Edited by @Patrick_Colqu
A new Starship aft dome, likely for Ship 22, was flipped. Meanwhile, crews at the launch site continue to assemble SpaceX's new custom Liebherr LR 11000.
Video and Pictures from Mary (@BocaChicaGal), Nic (@nicansuini) and the NSF Robots.
Update on Jenny Thread:
Jenny had another surgery on one of her legs which went ok, but revealed that additional surgeries will be needed on her shattered foot. Additional issues have come up, the most pressing being nutrition (she’s just not able to digest food at the moment).
NASA & SpaceX decided early Saturday to delay the launch of the next crew to the International Space Station from Sunday to Wednesday, when high winds and rough seas are expected to subside along the Falcon 9 rocket’s flight path across the Atlantic Ocean. https://spaceflightnow.com/2021/10/30/spacex-crew-launch-delayed-due-to-high-winds-and-waves-offshore/…