29 Replies to “SpaceX in the News – Starhopper Aborted BUT Is Going To Launch Again! (Episode 38)”

  1. Let's meet up and try this again at 5:30 p.m. EDT for the CRS-18 launch. Then HOPEFULLY Starhopper's flight soon after 🙂
    See you there/here!

  2. Wha, Wait. This was too short. I was just getting comfy! [I didn't even know the CRS had aborted, because from my perspective in the future, it has already successfully launched.

  3. I appreciate the short-form update like this one. Just enough to answer some questions, then you're outta there. You got something to say, you say it, then you're gone. I like that. Good stuff, sir.

  4. SpaceX's computers have to use physical data from the real world, that's what these tests are. I think there was a minor gimbal problem, if you look closely it looks as if it moved within a foot or so. And you don't want it to wiggle too much- so close to the ground.

  5. Sorry!! Here is the launch weather link:
    https://www.patrick.af.mil/Portals/14/Weather/L-1%20Forecast%2025%20Jul%20Launch.pdf?ver=2019-07-24-191325-240

  6. Hey, Kevin. Many Many thanks for your info and intel.
    Speaking of which, here is the latest forecast from Patrick AFB (the forecast that Spacex relies heavily on). Spoiler alert: 70% chance no-go tonight. Rationale: Cumulonimbus, Anvil clouds and severe weather proximity.
    Keep it up, man.

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