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  1. Cancer survivor joins first all-civilian space mission https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/amp/world-us-canada-56159726
  2. Jarrah (I'm not on anything honest guv) White will say anything to get on TV/YouTube etc Bill Kaysings lies have been debunked to death. Hell he even admitted he made the whole hoax shit up to get back at the American government for not covering his wifes medical bills in a medical insurance policy and the Vietnam war.
  3. https://vault.fbi.gov/Roswell UFO
  4. Win a ticket to space leaving this year https://forum.davidicke.com/index.php?/topic/17237-win-a-ticket-to-space-leaving-this-year/
  5. Donate to a children's cancer hospital and have a chance of flying to space. You don't have to donate to enter. https://youtu.be/Tnh8ZZzTp18 https://inspiration4.com/
  6. SpaceX have this 'niche' already covered https://www.spacex.com/rideshare/ With the coming Starship, dollar's per Kg will drop dramatically. $20/kg to $30/kg for delivering lunar payloads.
  7. What rockets are blowing up? If you mean Starships then none have flown. The video shows SN8, Serial Number 8 is a prototype, you will see many of those as the project quickly moves along. SN9 now sitting on the pad is more advanced than SN8 and thats the way it will continue. Test it till it fails is proving to be a great strategy for SpaceX. The first Starships will fly hundreds of times between them without passengers, replacing the Falcon 9 workhouse and Falcon Heavy. Proven flight time while running a real mission. I like rockets and SpaceX are doing an excellent job of pushin
  8. Wow those years just fly by, Im watching SN9 rolling out to the launch pad and I could swear it's only been 12 days since the RUD of SN8, must be the Mandela effect Not forgetting SN10-17 have been seen in various states of assembly and SH1 is comming along nicely.
  9. I saw flat Earthers 'researching' flat Earth and their experiments disproved their own beliefs so they just ignored the results. If that's not the finest example of closed minds I dont know what is. I dont want to derail the thread so I'll say no more on the subject here.
  10. Starship will replace both the Falcon 9 and Falcon Heavy. The Falcon Heavy has flown 3 times and may never fly again. A Falcon 9 launch puts around the same carbon into the atmosphere as a long haul flight. Starship will challenge the aviation industry with Earth to Earth flights in unbelievable times, for around $2000 a seat https://youtu.be/zqE-ultsWt0 In total, nearly 12,000 Starlink satellites are planned to be deployed, with a possible later extension to 42,000. Starship will deploy 400 per launch. Elon Musk's goal for SpaceX is to develop a carbon neutral rocket
  11. The new SpaceX Raptor engines burn Methane. Other than stuff intended to stay in orbit SpaceX stuff comes back for reuse or burns up on reentry. Space tourism for the rich began in 2001, Musks plan is very different.
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