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SpaceX Astronaut Rocket Damaged Before Flight and Starbase Updates



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14 Comments

  1. It’s not a rocket it’s a booster. Why are u suggesting this is the rocket (booster) that will carry a crew in Sep? Spacex has many, many boosters to choose from.

  2. Taking into consideration the price of the damages, would it have been cheaper to fly the booster to Florida?

  3. This is a permit oversized load, it's not someone driving to the beach. "running into a bridge"… there's no excuse for this happening with this type of transport. Especially with all the uneventful transports they have done previously. Sheez. On an unrelated item, with this being history being made in 2022 one would think that so many assumptions should not have to be made about SpaceX operations. Release information and let the locals and the world know what is happening. We all want to know.

  4. Jeff had the bridge lowered, since he now knows how to raise them to get his yacht to pass in Europe

  5. The booster hit a bridge in Van Horn where Blue Origin is based. Launch your own conspiracies about that information.

  6. It's like that old saying about how the drive to the airport is more dangerous then the flight! 😵‍💫
    PS it's a french bull dog