|The Mothership - 2016-09-02 |
|Bobonne - 2016-09-02 |
|Gmork - 2016-09-02 |
Why was the payload there for a static fire test?
Saves time on the turn around, they have to load the rocket horizontally, not at the pad. They have been stacking it first for a year or two now, but I believe the customer can request to not have the payload onboard for the test if they choose, covering the requisite extra time and cost I imagine.
|gravelstudios - 2016-09-02 |
Well, I bet North Korea feels better about themselves now.
|EvilHomer - 2016-09-02 |
|TeenerTot - 2016-09-02 |
All the tympanies in payload were lost.
|Lurchi - 2016-09-02 |
Elon Musk calls the sudden ball of fire 'not an explosion'
|Old_Zircon - 2016-09-02 |
There's a metaphor here.
|Meerkat - 2016-09-02 |
The company is known for it is exacting standards.
|15th - 2016-09-02 |
Wolfram viral marketing.
|chumbucket - 2016-09-02 |
Space X Incense Burner
|Ersatz - 2016-09-02 |
FAKE FAKE FAKE
ROCKET FUEL DOESN'T BURN HOT ENOUGH TO MELT STEEL
THE 9/1 EXPLOSION WAS AN INSIDE JOB
THIS IS ALL A PRETEXT FOR SOUTH AFRICA TO INVADE CAPE CANAVERAL
ELON MUSK => SULK OMEN
SPACEX CORPORATION => I EXPORT RACCOONS, PA
SPACE-X + 9/1 => 10 + 9 + 1 => 20 => XX => DOUBLE CROSS
WAKE UP SHEEPLE
Pffft. The tech corporations wouldn't lie to us, the Moon has WMDs, and Bandar Bush's involvement in 9/1 was pure coincidence.
|garcet71283 - 2016-09-03 |
Facebook is dead!
Hey, Friendster is still around to you insensitive cad.
Wait, never mind, it shut down last winter.
At least we still have Diaryland.com
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