Looks really good Tanner!
Did anyone catch the news about the now youngest fusioneer? Generated neutrons right before his 14th birthday...
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"(I believe in hopes of putting the payload closer to the final orbit saving satellite propellant which would add life to satellite operations)" Hmm. This is big. Honestly hadn't thought about that before. Although, I know there have been missions in the past where lifetime took a major hi...
I missed the live feed, was off working in a hole. However, coming back to check, I find out they punted the launch until tomorrow 0907 EST due to an anomalous sensor reading on the booster first stage.
GPS 3-1 goes up today courtesy of a one way Block 5. I wonder if they will try a landing sequence at sea for data collection. Apparently this one is going up hot due to the delivery energy requirement, and thus is deemed not landable. Interesting given it is going to a HEO profile.
Sadly, we are not going to be bored today. The resupply mission has been delayed until tomorrow. On a side note, this mission includes 40 live mice. This is one of the single largest efforts to lift multiple complex organic carbon based lifeforms out of our gravity well. Years ago (1960 - Sputnik 5)...