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Desc:The first sub orbital test flight of the massive next generation NASA rocket
Category:Science & Technology, News & Politics
Tags:rocket, NASA, launch, ares, SPACE!
Submitted:RockBolt
Date:10/28/09
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Scrotum H. Vainglorious
Go hot dog go!
RockBolt
Also here is stationary video I took from about 8 miles away-
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sUv3FtbBit0
MrBuddy
Watched. Thanks RockBolt!

Black Napkins
All hail the return of the big ass rocket!
Walt Henderson
I think we need a "SPACE!" tag to go along with "POLITICS!" and "SCIENCE!".
RockBolt
Done, and added retroactively to some of my submissions


athodyd
that will teach god who's boss
fermun
I love when it starts going faster than sound and you can see the shock wave on it.
MC Scared of Bees
Raging. Space. Boner.

Thanks, RockBolt.
crotchy
Why Ares? I realise most of the more appropriate gods have gone, but it's still just asking for trouble.
RockBolt
Ares=Mars, Mars being the ultimate goal for the Constellation program

j lzrd / swift idiot
SPACE!

SCIENCE!

NOT POLITICS!
chumbucket
Sound Suppression Water System activated:

http://www.nasa.gov/missions/shuttle/f_watertest.html


chumbucket
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-9wVBrGptko

Lies, lies, LIES!
Fuck yeah.
OgreMkIV
Anyone notice the "bump" after separation? That's gonna be a problem. The solid booster is probably riding the draft of the wider second stage.
RockBolt
The lower stage's tumble motors fired fine and spun the booster like planned, but the upper stage wasn't expected to go into a flat spin like that. But one hiccup looks like the booster hit the ocean too hard after one of its chutes deflated-

http://www.spaceflightnow.com/ares1x/091029dent/

Urist
Didn't get a sense of scale until it started to lift off... At first it looked tiny.

That thing is bloody huge, Saturn V huge (though skinny).
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