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Launch & Landing of SpaceX
« on: 09.04. 2016 12:50 »
Successful launch ...and landing again.

What a great tech job from these guys  *respect* *respect* *respect*

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xN3CSgNbf8Y

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Re: Launch & Landing of SpaceX
« Reply #1 on: 09.04. 2016 18:46 »
Fantastic!
The ability of humans to overcome difficulties is incredible. Anyway, that's what I thought yesterday when I got my rocker box back on.

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Re: Launch & Landing of SpaceX
« Reply #2 on: 09.04. 2016 23:33 »

 I saw the landing bit on the news, and it was coming in fast; I thought it was going to crashland, but was surprised that it pulled up super fast, and locked in..dem's good airbrakes.
 That must be one heck of a fishing boat *eek*
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