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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 - 2009-10-28
Go hot dog go!
RockBolt - 2009-10-28
Also here is stationary video I took from about 8 miles away-
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sUv3FtbBit0
MrBuddy - 2009-10-29
Watched. Thanks RockBolt!

Black Napkins - 2009-10-28
All hail the return of the big ass rocket!
Walt Henderson - 2009-10-29
I think we need a "SPACE!" tag to go along with "POLITICS!" and "SCIENCE!".
RockBolt - 2009-10-29
Done, and added retroactively to some of my submissions

Walt Henderson - 2009-11-02
Thanks!

athodyd - 2009-10-29
that will teach god who's boss
fermun - 2009-10-29
I love when it starts going faster than sound and you can see the shock wave on it.
MC Scared of Bees - 2009-10-29
Raging. Space. Boner.

Thanks, RockBolt.
crotchy - 2009-10-29
Why Ares? I realise most of the more appropriate gods have gone, but it's still just asking for trouble.
RockBolt - 2009-10-30
Ares=Mars, Mars being the ultimate goal for the Constellation program

j lzrd / swift idiot - 2009-10-29
SPACE!

SCIENCE!

NOT POLITICS!
chumbucket - 2009-10-29
Sound Suppression Water System activated:

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


chumbucket - 2009-10-29
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-9wVBrGptko

Lies, lies, LIES! - 2009-10-29
Fuck yeah.
OgreMkIV - 2009-10-29
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 - 2009-10-29
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 - 2009-10-29
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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