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Boeing’s First Manned Rocket Launch!

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2024/06/05
17:15 UTC

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Starliner Liftoff

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2024/06/05
15:12 UTC

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Livestream - Boeing Starliner Crew Flight Test Launch @10:52am EDT

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2024/06/05
14:33 UTC

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Ascender poster for Chang'e-6 lunar far side

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2024/06/04
07:51 UTC

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Chang'e 6 digging. China Aerospace's Weibo video

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2024/06/04
04:26 UTC

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Hi everybody, I made this infographic about the Total Space Rockets launched in 2023 per country (I'm a 15 yo "graphic designer" with space passion)

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2024/06/03
16:24 UTC

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The "genius" who taught SpaceX how to safely land their boosters

After several years of developing the technology, SpaceX eventually managed to land their boosters and rockets. This constitutes a great achievement which wouldn't have been possible without the contribution of John Mandlbaur... Well, that what he says.

The crackpot claims that SpaceX kept crashing their rockets until he sent an email to Elon Musk, telling him that he "discovered" that the law of conservation of angular momentum is wrong, and that it is angular energy that is conserved, after what SpaceX successfully achieved their goal.

Find his claims on this webpage, as well as the proofs that he made these claims and the proofs that he is obviously wrong.

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2024/06/03
14:35 UTC

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Sped-up landing video of Chang‘e-6

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2024/06/02
13:16 UTC

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Chang‘e-6 lunar lander has successfully touched down on the far side of the moon

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2024/06/02
11:49 UTC

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2024/06/01
17:39 UTC

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Starliner Launch Livestreams

I created this list of the most important Livestreams on Youtube covering the Starliner Launch. There are more on Youtube but most show the same footage as NASA just in lower picture quality.

NASA (4k)

Spaceflight Now

NASASpaceflight

The Launch Pad

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2024/06/01
16:07 UTC

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Livestream - Boeing Starliner Crew Flight Test Launch @ 12:25pm EDT

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2024/06/01
16:06 UTC

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Atlas V, CST-100 Starliner 'Calypso', May 31, 2024

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2024/05/31
22:15 UTC

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What are some New Space companies in San Francisco and NYC?

I know LA is the hub but I’m just curious about the state of the New Space industry in these cities…

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2024/05/31
01:27 UTC

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Apollo 14... What would have happened had the computer received an erroneous abort command on descent?

I'm watching the miniseries From The Earth To The Moon.

They're taking about having a "bad day" if the computer auto aborts the landing.

What would have happened exactly, and what is the worst case scenario for an unwanted abort.

Spawning a follow-up question... In what instances would they want to abort the landing?

Thanks to anyone who can answer.

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2024/05/29
00:21 UTC

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A Zero G coffee cup.

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2024/05/25
15:43 UTC

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