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Re: SpaceX Finds Silver Lining in Failed Sea Landing
Posted by: Quinten Plummer 2016-01-20 13:01:28
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SpaceX this week failed in its third attempt to land a rocket on an ocean platform. The company has landed a reusable rocket on land successfully, but it has stepped up its efforts to land at sea. The latest attempt, though not successful, was a step forward, SpaceX said. It began at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. The Falcon 9 rocket was supposed to deliver its payload, its primary objective, and then land on a drone ship out in the Pacific Ocean. The rocket stuck the landing, but it touched down too hard and broke a leg.


Re: SpaceX Finds Silver Lining in Failed Sea Landing
Posted by: jescott418 2016-01-21 13:41:48 In reply to: Quinten Plummer
I don't see any silver lining yet. Investors have to be asking when exactly is the bugs going to get worked out? And when if ever will recovery be even close to having a solid success rate? Almost doesn't cut it, and your talking about more failures then success.
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