Got the data
>>15868324>Elon Musk can only build rockets that blow upBezoschads win yet again
>>15868365*lost the data
>>15868324Yeh, everything seems to have been successful. Everyday Astronaut is watching his replays. The booster looked fine, but then there was a big jet of gas which was probably the FTS smaller jets was ok
>>15868380Can't lose as many times when you launch 1 rocket a year
>>15868660booster destroyed during sepstarship got just below orbit and self destructedall 33 raptors were burning this timeGot. The. Data.
reports circulating that jewish space lasers may be responsible for loss of both stages
>>15868660Hamas throw Palestinian babies towards Musk's rockets which they exploded then they blamed Israelis for it.
>muskschizos already coping ITT
>>15868897HOW MANY ROCKETS DID YOU SEND TO SPACE ??? YEAH SHUT THE FUCK UP
>>15868680Well at least the self destruct function is working instantly now
pushing it close with starship, how much time do they have before Artemis 3 gets delayed?
>>15868973If the FAA doesn't decide that this needs another year of inspections, a little over a year and a half.Musk is banking on the FAA letting them be so they can shoot off starships every other week.
Our rockets worked back when the Germans were in charge of our space program.
>>15868365Nah, they didn't even have that.
>>15868324>Tesla Truck = dead on arrival>Twitter = losing advertisers>Starship = explodedThunderfoot bros we won
>>15868668SpaceX has launched 84 times this year.
>>15868680>booster destroyed during sep*After separation>starship got just below orbit and self destructedIt wasn't supposed to enter the orbit, just do a single loop around the Earth and then land(water) north of Hawaii.
>>15868458At 140km long after stage separation happened, cope harder they got all the data
>>15868324climate change is not 'i live'climate change is 'you can kill me faster'
>>15869540Write something coherent for once in your life
based spacex absolutely mogging the soviet union
>>15869552I'm sorry. Yes it's not that hard to explain why I should... Not be here
>>15869567>33 engines is too many engines it will never be reli-ACK
>>15869567Only took them 50 years to acknowledge the genius of Korolev's design. Just imagine what he could've accomplished using today's tech, materials and experience.
>>15869579You're doing it againFucking hell mate, get some help for your schizophrenia
>>15868324Musk sisters, we keep on taking Ls, time to move our bank accounts to X.
>>15869720HAHAHAHAHA MY FUCKING SIDESOH MAN THIS IS SUCH A GOOD JOKEThere, was that what you wanted to hear?I hope I made your day a little brighter.
>>15868680>Got. The. Data.But how if they lost contact?
Could the reason why the booster exploded be unretracted grid fins?
>>15870103It looks like a problem with the engine restart. Likely something got seized then one of those turbo pumps that can drain an olympic swimming people in a few seconds kicked on and boom!
>>15870120>Olympic swimming peoplepool...lol
How many successful rocket launches have (you) had, anon?
>>15868365They forgot to click on 'Save As'
>>15869583Only took them 50 years to figure out how to make his design not a clusterfuck*
>>15868365container ship full of copium for the muskateers
>>15868680so two failures. the booster seemed to do its job then self destructed but the second stage was on a nominal trajectory with its engines working then it failed too.
>>15869028well i think his V2 blew up a few times before they worked out the bugs and could hit london reliably.
>>15869522>It wasn't supposed to enter the orbitthis is cope
>>15869567N-1 was such a clusterfuck of a project. It was initially designed as a Mars fly-by mission (requires less fuel, believe it or not). Then Korolev died and the Soviet government told the designers that it needs to be a Moon landing now. The whole thing was rushed into oblivion due to such a sudden change and obviously never bore fruit.
>>15870635It went east and was supposed to splash down north of Hawaii. That's not a full circle around the Earth. I'd draw a shitty diagram, but those aren't allowed here, so have pic related. I'm pretty sure that counts as suborbital. I've also heard them say it during the stream, but I'm not looking for a timestamp.
>>15869507I mean bezos, retard
>>15870728What the hell are they even doing nowadays?
>>15870851Taking nepo babies for rides on their fancy pogo stick.
>>15869028No they didn't. There was an entire era of "kaputniks".
>>15868365The data says you're a fag
>>15868365Yup, this rocket sucks ass.
>>15870098Data is constantly being streamed back to HQ, they don't gather data only after it lands. any data obtained from the vehicle/object landing is gain during post investigative research on the physical effects it went through but the other data captured during take off and flight is streamed during the entire process.
>>15872025always said by someone who can't create the item in question they're are ignorantly criticizing.I swear, the internet makes every ignorant asshole a smart know-it-all-but-know-nothing asshole.
>>15872042i can't paint, but i can tell you when your painting looks ugly
>>15872227And you'd have exactly zero say on the topic.
>>15868365FPBP look at all the seethings troons replying to you lmao
>>15868660Somebody set us up the bomb
>>15874536>is>is that a pattern which i do not recognize?>AAAAIIIIIIEEEEEEEEEE
He says it was a failure.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f3h-h10eloY
>>15876977>yes they managed to reach every goal they had in mind>but the rocket exploded in the end so in my mind it is a failureI hate these anti-space grifters like you wouldn't believe.
>>15869583>50 years to acknowledge the genius of Korolev's design.There were others e.g. a german. But UShithole sabotaged them in any way.
>>15873421Major "troon" vibesLike seriously are all the fags ITT new to SpaceX?
>>15877150Maybe, but the moon mission by 2025 is not happening.
>>15870664manned Mars flyby?if they succeeded in doing that it would be a propaganda mog on the Americans. I doubt the technology was there though. They weren't able to do oxygen and water recycling at the time so keeping a crew alive for the multi year duration would be difficult.
>>15878384There were adequate systems for oxygen scrubbing already in use on submarines since the 1910s. The technology hasn't really advanced much except in learning what the minimum requirements are.
>>15868324The superheavy booster clearly needs a lot more work. Maybe the structure as currently designed isn't robust enough to handle the loads. In any case it will probably be several years before this thing is flying cargo into space on a regular basis.
>>15878750it has tumbled and now flipped through the atmosphere without breaking apartthe structural integrity is fine (maybe it can be scaled back some to save weight)something else caused the explosion
>>15878758The superheavy was probably fucked up internally from the shock and vibration of flight plus the hot staging or whatever they call it. After all there isn't a lot of design experience they can fall back on when designing a reusable rocket this large.
>>15878773i imagine something catastrophic happened because of fuel sloshing
>>15878750For Reusability maybe. As it is now it’s an expandable Saturn V with twice the trust.
>>15878781>fuel sloshingwhy do redditors keep parroting this phrase all of the sudden? did someone hear his favorite e-celeb say it?
>>15874532You know what you doing
>>15874536>>15875206100% sabotage by the mossad.
>>15878784Saturn V didnt explode
Have they even verified the booster can take off, fly to separation altitude and land without carrying a Starship? Seems like they should do that first before doing an integrated flight test of the entire assembly. You know, crawl, walk, run? They could even use a cheap dummy payload like a big water tank in place of Starship if they want to make the test more stringent.
>>15879138stop asking questions, goy
>>15879138What is up with you boomers always thinking that you're so much smarter than whatever thing you see on tv/youtube?What makes it even more baffling is that you people are literally the laziest generation to have ever existed.
This thread is exactly like the yt comment section of the footageWhat went wrong with this site
>>15878998Did it try to reignite its engines after separation land back?
>>15878793unironically yes. scott manly said it. (the guy who used to play kerbal space program 1 back in 2013)
>>15879138The booster would destroy the launch facility if it failed to land, they were looking to land it in the ocean in a controlled manner instead.