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NASA SLS hot fire test. NASA test the four Block 2 RS-25 engines of the new SLS Moon rocket core stage.


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I guess the fundamental question they'll be looking at is whether SLS is so expensive because of the contractors working on it (ie could a little NewSpace™ magic fix this) or because the architecture is fundamentally expensive. I suspect the answer is both, even if the hydrolox-sustainer + SRB architecture was economically comparable, the use of the RS-25 dooms the budget.

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Still testing , testing !?....

 

80 years after Hitler showed he had master rocket technology by impacting  thousands of V2's on London ,

 NASA is still Testing rocket engines .. despite itself having fired quiet a few rockets ....

 

A rocket is the very simplest of devices , it's just an empty chamber into which two reactants are pumped and ignited.

 

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No moving parts , nothing to go wrong , only the pumps ...simple pumps for delivering fluid reactants ....

 

An Internal combustion engine or a jet engine is infinitely more complex with hundreds of moving parts , yet we don't have planes exploding and falling from the sky , or cars constantly breaking down ....

 

This is all about the ET controllers preventing public access to Space .....They don't mind us moving on the surface or in Earth's  atmosphere ....

 

So NASA can show their latest test , and the public will be mesmerized by the roar and power  and not ask ...  "Why are they still testing?"

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11 hours ago, oz93666 said:

Still testing , testing !?....

 

80 years after Hitler showed he had master rocket technology by impacting  thousands of V2's on London ,

 NASA is still Testing rocket engines .. despite itself having fired quiet a few rockets ....

 

A rocket is the very simplest of devices , it's just an empty chamber into which two reactants are pumped and ignited.

 

9T-HhVumpl5JQr-BNYSNJ4yoJ-JEvhp1Hxnjgw-1

 

No moving parts , nothing to go wrong , only the pumps ...simple pumps for delivering fluid reactants ....

 

An Internal combustion engine or a jet engine is infinitely more complex with hundreds of moving parts , yet we don't have planes exploding and falling from the sky , or cars constantly breaking down ....

 

This is all about the ET controllers preventing public access to Space .....They don't mind us moving on the surface or in Earth's  atmosphere ....

 

So NASA can show their latest test , and the public will be mesmerized by the roar and power  and not ask ...  "Why are they still testing?"

Aircraft Engines are tested before and after fitting as are car engines and they've made a few of those. Formula one teams do massive amounts of testing but look at how many cars breakdown.

Only 46 RS-25s have ever flown, a small amount by comparison. I dont think an 8 minute test of each new engine is over the top.

Edit Are you claiming rocketry is easy?

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8 hours ago, Icke-Kia said:

Aircraft Engines are tested before and after fitting as are car engines and they've made a few of those. Formula one teams do massive amounts of testing but look at how many cars breakdown.

Only 46 RS-25s have ever flown, a small amount by comparison. I dont think an 8 minute test of each new engine is over the top.

Edit Are you claiming rocketry is easy?

 

I can understand the fascination with rockets and space Icke-kia ...But what is much more fascinating is the truth about what is really going on in space ....

 

The Secret Government has had anti-gravity propulsion for over 70 years ...They have vast fleets of craft , bases throughout the solar system ... This is beyond any doubt , we have close to 100  reliable whistle-blowers , all telling a similar story 

 

 

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22 hours ago, screamingeagle said:

i would guess.....what needs to be known about rocket tech,is known

they are going in circles,calling it progres...

And yet Musk has spent millions of his own money developing a new engine (Raptor) which is being impoved on with each new batch.

Rocketry is always moving forward and even with the best trained minds and massive budgets things still sometimes fail and people still loose their lives.

More testing is whats needed if we want spacecraft to be like planes.

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1 hour ago, Icke-Kia said:

 

And yet Musk has spent millions of his own money developing a new engine (Raptor) which is being impoved on with each new batch.

Rocketry is always moving forward and even with the best trained minds and massive budgets things still sometimes fail and people still loose their lives.

More testing is whats needed if we want spacecraft to be like planes.

in engineering there is always place for improvment..... "know how"  but the basics are the same....

 

Musk had to spent "his own" money because the cult which enabeled him to make that money, told him so.....to push nwo,diystopian society 

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22 hours ago, screamingeagle said:

in engineering there is always place for improvment..... "know how"  but the basics are the same....

 

Musk had to spent "his own" money because the cult which enabeled him to make that money, told him so.....to push nwo,diystopian society 

Understanding the basics is easy a kid could do it, getting them to work in a space program is the hard part. 

 

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37 minutes ago, Icke-Kia said:

Understanding the basics is easy a kid could do it, getting them to work in a space program is the hard part. 

i agree......but

 

 70ish years of rocket enigines,i think they know what are they doing...

they also know how inferior that techno is (for space trave)

 

they are "reinventing"  space race because of need a cover story for tons of satelite launch

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