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(Some Guy)   Here's your 2017 year-in-review article for space launches. If Elon Musk were a country, he'd be the world's second-greatest space power   ( spaceflight101.com) divider line
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2018-01-01 11:56:17 AM  
He's the embodiment of the conservative dream, privately funding great things. He's a rarity though -most would just bank it.

I appreciate the excitement Musk is bringing to things.
 
2018-01-01 12:41:49 PM  
SpaceX was launching something roughly once every 3 weeks. Damn.
 
2018-01-01 01:19:55 PM  
Could only imagine how far we could go if the developed nations redirected 90% of their "defense" budgets on space expansion and technological development.
 
2018-01-01 01:29:58 PM  
Fregat GNC platform failed to recognize 360° position as equal to 0° and initiated a 360-deg roll, causing gyro saturation & loss of attitude control during initial upper stage burn.

LOL
Guidance system, this is the flight computer.  We need to turn this rocket around 360 degrees.
OK, boss!
 
2018-01-01 01:59:37 PM  

edmo: He's the embodiment of the conservative dream, privately funding great things. He's a rarity though -most would just bank it.

I appreciate the excitement Musk is bringing to things.


Pretty sure liberals are on board with what he's doing, too.
I know I am.
 
2018-01-01 02:00:24 PM  

Kouta: SpaceX was launching something roughly once every 3 weeks. Damn.


Practice makes perfect, or close to it.
 
2018-01-01 02:07:07 PM  

adj_m: Could only imagine how far we could go if the developed nations redirected 90% of their "defense" budgets on space expansion and technological development.


If the US were to cut military spending by 90% and devote that money to NASA and scientific research the US would still have the about the 5th largest defense budget in the world even if no other country in the world cut defense spending.

That large of a defense spending cut would be on par with about 2/5th of Russia's or Australia's GDP, 1/3 of Canada's or South Korea's GDP, about 1/2 of Spain or Mexico's GDP, and would exceed the the entire GDP of Argentina, Taiwan, Sweden, Poland, or Belgium.

The US defense budget is ridiculous.
 
2018-01-01 02:13:45 PM  
Mix-up between one of 48 Planet Lab's Doves and one of eight Spire Global Lemurs.

Stupid Lemurs
 
2018-01-01 02:17:44 PM  
Does the Russian count include the launch from Baikonur Vostochny?
 
2018-01-01 02:31:27 PM  

Unobtanium: Does the Russian count include the launch from Baikonur Vostochny?


It should. That site is leased to Russia until 2050
 
2018-01-01 02:37:42 PM  

freidog: Fregat GNC platform failed to recognize 360° position as equal to 0° and initiated a 360-deg roll, causing gyro saturation & loss of attitude control during initial upper stage burn.

LOL
Guidance system, this is the flight computer.  We need to turn this rocket around 360 degrees.
OK, boss!


Sounds like something out of Kerbal.
 
2018-01-01 02:49:00 PM  

Smoking GNU: freidog: Fregat GNC platform failed to recognize 360° position as equal to 0° and initiated a 360-deg roll, causing gyro saturation & loss of attitude control during initial upper stage burn.

LOL
Guidance system, this is the flight computer.  We need to turn this rocket around 360 degrees.
OK, boss!

Sounds like something out of Kerbal.


I know that maneuver well.
img.fark.netView Full Size

(yes, rolled, not pitched, this looks funnier)
 
2018-01-01 02:58:10 PM  

Kouta: adj_m: Could only imagine how far we could go if the developed nations redirected 90% of their "defense" budgets on space expansion and technological development.

If the US were to cut military spending by 90% and devote that money to NASA and scientific research the US would still have the about the 5th largest defense budget in the world even if no other country in the world cut defense spending.

That large of a defense spending cut would be on par with about 2/5th of Russia's or Australia's GDP, 1/3 of Canada's or South Korea's GDP, about 1/2 of Spain or Mexico's GDP, and would exceed the the entire GDP of Argentina, Taiwan, Sweden, Poland, or Belgium.

The US defense budget is ridiculous.


Oh I am wildly aware, but the combined ego would never allow the US to take initiative on something like that.
 
2018-01-01 03:03:54 PM  

adj_m: Kouta: adj_m: Could only imagine how far we could go if the developed nations redirected 90% of their "defense" budgets on space expansion and technological development.

If the US were to cut military spending by 90% and devote that money to NASA and scientific research the US would still have the about the 5th largest defense budget in the world even if no other country in the world cut defense spending.

That large of a defense spending cut would be on par with about 2/5th of Russia's or Australia's GDP, 1/3 of Canada's or South Korea's GDP, about 1/2 of Spain or Mexico's GDP, and would exceed the the entire GDP of Argentina, Taiwan, Sweden, Poland, or Belgium.

The US defense budget is ridiculous.

Oh I am wildly aware, but the combined ego would never allow the US to take initiative on something like that.


On momentarily further reflection, the rest of the world would never go ahead with something like unless the US took the lead either, especially with their track record of invading on flimsy pretexts. Oh well, so much for star trek, soylent green future it is.
 
2018-01-01 03:07:34 PM  

lindalouwho: edmo: He's the embodiment of the conservative dream, privately funding great things. He's a rarity though -most would just bank it.

I appreciate the excitement Musk is bringing to things.

Pretty sure liberals are on board with what he's doing, too.
I know I am.


Immigrant comes over, becomes a success, uses his wealth to better society. He's a liberal dream too.
 
2018-01-01 03:09:50 PM  
Everyone else at SpaceX should strike until this jackass's ego is put in check. Captain paypal couldn't design shiat.
 
2018-01-01 03:30:47 PM  

edmo: He's the embodiment of the conservative dream, privately funding great things.


Except for the fact that conservatives hate him.
 
2018-01-01 03:51:54 PM  

adj_m: adj_m: Kouta: adj_m: Could only imagine how far we could go if the developed nations redirected 90% of their "defense" budgets on space expansion and technological development.

If the US were to cut military spending by 90% and devote that money to NASA and scientific research the US would still have the about the 5th largest defense budget in the world even if no other country in the world cut defense spending.

That large of a defense spending cut would be on par with about 2/5th of Russia's or Australia's GDP, 1/3 of Canada's or South Korea's GDP, about 1/2 of Spain or Mexico's GDP, and would exceed the the entire GDP of Argentina, Taiwan, Sweden, Poland, or Belgium.

The US defense budget is ridiculous.

Oh I am wildly aware, but the combined ego would never allow the US to take initiative on something like that.

On momentarily further reflection, the rest of the world would never go ahead with something like unless the US took the lead either, especially with their track record of invading on flimsy pretexts. Oh well, so much for star trek, soylent green future it is.


IIRC correctly it took another 2 World Wars and the Eugenics wars before people got their heads on straight and went with Star Trek.
 
2018-01-01 04:08:39 PM  

Smoking GNU: adj_m: adj_m: Kouta: adj_m: Could only imagine how far we could go if the developed nations redirected 90% of their "defense" budgets on space expansion and technological development.

If the US were to cut military spending by 90% and devote that money to NASA and scientific research the US would still have the about the 5th largest defense budget in the world even if no other country in the world cut defense spending.

That large of a defense spending cut would be on par with about 2/5th of Russia's or Australia's GDP, 1/3 of Canada's or South Korea's GDP, about 1/2 of Spain or Mexico's GDP, and would exceed the the entire GDP of Argentina, Taiwan, Sweden, Poland, or Belgium.

The US defense budget is ridiculous.

Oh I am wildly aware, but the combined ego would never allow the US to take initiative on something like that.

On momentarily further reflection, the rest of the world would never go ahead with something like unless the US took the lead either, especially with their track record of invading on flimsy pretexts. Oh well, so much for star trek, soylent green future it is.

IIRC correctly it took another 2 World Wars and the Eugenics wars before people got their heads on straight and went with Star Trek.


The US Civil War was fought along a front lines much longer than most WWI fronts.
 
2018-01-01 04:10:29 PM  

Kouta: Smoking GNU: adj_m: adj_m: Kouta: adj_m: Could only imagine how far we could go if the developed nations redirected 90% of their "defense" budgets on space expansion and technological development.

If the US were to cut military spending by 90% and devote that money to NASA and scientific research the US would still have the about the 5th largest defense budget in the world even if no other country in the world cut defense spending.

That large of a defense spending cut would be on par with about 2/5th of Russia's or Australia's GDP, 1/3 of Canada's or South Korea's GDP, about 1/2 of Spain or Mexico's GDP, and would exceed the the entire GDP of Argentina, Taiwan, Sweden, Poland, or Belgium.

The US defense budget is ridiculous.

Oh I am wildly aware, but the combined ego would never allow the US to take initiative on something like that.

On momentarily further reflection, the rest of the world would never go ahead with something like unless the US took the lead either, especially with their track record of invading on flimsy pretexts. Oh well, so much for star trek, soylent green future it is.

IIRC correctly it took another 2 World Wars and the Eugenics wars before people got their heads on straight and went with Star Trek.

The US Civil War was fought along a front lines much longer than most WWI fronts.


.... huh?
 
2018-01-01 04:26:48 PM  

Smoking GNU: Kouta: Smoking GNU: adj_m: adj_m: Kouta: adj_m: Could only imagine how far we could go if the developed nations redirected 90% of their "defense" budgets on space expansion and technological development.

If the US were to cut military spending by 90% and devote that money to NASA and scientific research the US would still have the about the 5th largest defense budget in the world even if no other country in the world cut defense spending.

That large of a defense spending cut would be on par with about 2/5th of Russia's or Australia's GDP, 1/3 of Canada's or South Korea's GDP, about 1/2 of Spain or Mexico's GDP, and would exceed the the entire GDP of Argentina, Taiwan, Sweden, Poland, or Belgium.

The US defense budget is ridiculous.

Oh I am wildly aware, but the combined ego would never allow the US to take initiative on something like that.

On momentarily further reflection, the rest of the world would never go ahead with something like unless the US took the lead either, especially with their track record of invading on flimsy pretexts. Oh well, so much for star trek, soylent green future it is.

IIRC correctly it took another 2 World Wars and the Eugenics wars before people got their heads on straight and went with Star Trek.

The US Civil War was fought along a front lines much longer than most WWI .

.... huh?


Washington, DC to St. Louis, MO is about 835 miles. London to Berlin is 679 about miles.
 
2018-01-01 04:27:52 PM  

Kouta: Smoking GNU: Kouta: Smoking GNU: adj_m: adj_m: Kouta: adj_m: Could only imagine how far we could go if the developed nations redirected 90% of their "defense" budgets on space expansion and technological development.

If the US were to cut military spending by 90% and devote that money to NASA and scientific research the US would still have the about the 5th largest defense budget in the world even if no other country in the world cut defense spending.

That large of a defense spending cut would be on par with about 2/5th of Russia's or Australia's GDP, 1/3 of Canada's or South Korea's GDP, about 1/2 of Spain or Mexico's GDP, and would exceed the the entire GDP of Argentina, Taiwan, Sweden, Poland, or Belgium.

The US defense budget is ridiculous.

Oh I am wildly aware, but the combined ego would never allow the US to take initiative on something like that.

On momentarily further reflection, the rest of the world would never go ahead with something like unless the US took the lead either, especially with their track record of invading on flimsy pretexts. Oh well, so much for star trek, soylent green future it is.

IIRC correctly it took another 2 World Wars and the Eugenics wars before people got their heads on straight and went with Star Trek.

The US Civil War was fought along a front lines much longer than most WWI .

.... huh?

Washington, DC to St. Louis, MO is about 835 miles. London to Berlin is 679 about miles.


I mean, what has that to do with what i said in the least??
 
2018-01-01 04:43:50 PM  

Kouta: Smoking GNU: Kouta: Smoking GNU: adj_m: adj_m: Kouta: adj_m: Could only imagine how far we could go if the developed nations redirected 90% of their "defense" budgets on space expansion and technological development.

If the US were to cut military spending by 90% and devote that money to NASA and scientific research the US would still have the about the 5th largest defense budget in the world even if no other country in the world cut defense spending.

That large of a defense spending cut would be on par with about 2/5th of Russia's or Australia's GDP, 1/3 of Canada's or South Korea's GDP, about 1/2 of Spain or Mexico's GDP, and would exceed the the entire GDP of Argentina, Taiwan, Sweden, Poland, or Belgium.

The US defense budget is ridiculous.

Oh I am wildly aware, but the combined ego would never allow the US to take initiative on something like that.

On momentarily further reflection, the rest of the world would never go ahead with something like unless the US took the lead either, especially with their track record of invading on flimsy pretexts. Oh well, so much for star trek, soylent green future it is.

IIRC correctly it took another 2 World Wars and the Eugenics wars before people got their heads on straight and went with Star Trek.

The US Civil War was fought along a front lines much longer than most WWI .

.... huh?

Washington, DC to St. Louis, MO is about 835 miles. London to Berlin is 679 about miles.


BTW: I've done St. Louis, MO to Elizabeth City, NC an back. That was a roughly 2,100 mile trip and I only needed about 80 gallons of gasoline to do it.
 
2018-01-01 04:47:33 PM  

Kouta: Smoking GNU: Kouta: Smoking GNU: adj_m: adj_m: Kouta: adj_m: Could only imagine how far we could go if the developed nations redirected 90% of their "defense" budgets on space expansion and technological development.

If the US were to cut military spending by 90% and devote that money to NASA and scientific research the US would still have the about the 5th largest defense budget in the world even if no other country in the world cut defense spending.

That large of a defense spending cut would be on par with about 2/5th of Russia's or Australia's GDP, 1/3 of Canada's or South Korea's GDP, about 1/2 of Spain or Mexico's GDP, and would exceed the the entire GDP of Argentina, Taiwan, Sweden, Poland, or Belgium.

The US defense budget is ridiculous.

Oh I am wildly aware, but the combined ego would never allow the US to take initiative on something like that.

On momentarily further reflection, the rest of the world would never go ahead with something like unless the US took the lead either, especially with their track record of invading on flimsy pretexts. Oh well, so much for star trek, soylent green future it is.

IIRC correctly it took another 2 World Wars and the Eugenics wars before people got their heads on straight and went with Star Trek.

The US Civil War was fought along a front lines much longer than most WWI .

.... huh?

Washington, DC to St. Louis, MO is about 835 miles. London to Berlin is 679 about miles.


The front didn't stretch from London to Berlin, you ninny.
 
2018-01-01 04:49:14 PM  

FrancoFile: Kouta: Smoking GNU: Kouta: Smoking GNU: adj_m: adj_m: Kouta: adj_m: Could only imagine how far we could go if the developed nations redirected 90% of their "defense" budgets on space expansion and technological development.

If the US were to cut military spending by 90% and devote that money to NASA and scientific research the US would still have the about the 5th largest defense budget in the world even if no other country in the world cut defense spending.

That large of a defense spending cut would be on par with about 2/5th of Russia's or Australia's GDP, 1/3 of Canada's or South Korea's GDP, about 1/2 of Spain or Mexico's GDP, and would exceed the the entire GDP of Argentina, Taiwan, Sweden, Poland, or Belgium.

The US defense budget is ridiculous.

Oh I am wildly aware, but the combined ego would never allow the US to take initiative on something like that.

On momentarily further reflection, the rest of the world would never go ahead with something like unless the US took the lead either, especially with their track record of invading on flimsy pretexts. Oh well, so much for star trek, soylent green future it is.

IIRC correctly it took another 2 World Wars and the Eugenics wars before people got their heads on straight and went with Star Trek.

The US Civil War was fought along a front lines much longer than most WWI .

.... huh?

Washington, DC to St. Louis, MO is about 835 miles. London to Berlin is 679 about miles.

The front didn't stretch from London to Berlin, you ninny.


Ok, i'm just gonna bail on this ''conversation'' since i feel like i missed about 6 replies somewhere.
 
2018-01-01 04:51:15 PM  
The Rocket Lab launch site looks a lot like stage 1 KSP.

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2018-01-01 05:00:30 PM  
Rather looking forward to the Falcon Heavy launch. Same LEO capacity as the Block 1 SLS for under 10% of the cost.

It's years late and no fuel cross-feed this run, but so what! Unlike the SLS (which is even later), it Musk hasn't burned $18 billion of our money.
 
2018-01-01 05:03:55 PM  

FrancoFile: Kouta: Smoking GNU: Kouta: Smoking GNU: adj_m: adj_m: Kouta: adj_m: Could only imagine how far we could go if the developed nations redirected 90% of their "defense" budgets on space expansion and technological development.

If the US were to cut military spending by 90% and devote that money to NASA and scientific research the US would still have the about the 5th largest defense budget in the world even if no other country in the world cut defense spending.

That large of a defense spending cut would be on par with about 2/5th of Russia's or Australia's GDP, 1/3 of Canada's or South Korea's GDP, about 1/2 of Spain or Mexico's GDP, and would exceed the the entire GDP of Argentina, Taiwan, Sweden, Poland, or Belgium.

The US defense budget is ridiculous.

Oh I am wildly aware, but the combined ego would never allow the US to take initiative on something like that.

On momentarily further reflection, the rest of the world would never go ahead with something like unless the US took the lead either, especially with their track record of invading on flimsy pretexts. Oh well, so much for star trek, soylent green future it is.

IIRC correctly it took another 2 World Wars and the Eugenics wars before people got their heads on straight and went with Star Trek.

The US Civil War was fought along a front lines much longer than most WWI .

.... huh?

Washington, DC to St. Louis, MO is about 835 miles. London to Berlin is 679 about miles.

The front didn't stretch from London to Berlin, you ninny.


Umm, some US interchanges and highways make the Monaco hairpins look easy.
 
2018-01-01 05:54:05 PM  

Kouta: adj_m: Could only imagine how far we could go if the developed nations redirected 90% of their "defense" budgets on space expansion and technological development.

If the US were to cut military spending by 90% and devote that money to NASA and scientific research the US would still have the about the 5th largest defense budget in the world even if no other country in the world cut defense spending.

That large of a defense spending cut would be on par with about 2/5th of Russia's or Australia's GDP, 1/3 of Canada's or South Korea's GDP, about 1/2 of Spain or Mexico's GDP, and would exceed the the entire GDP of Argentina, Taiwan, Sweden, Poland, or Belgium.

The US defense budget is ridiculous.


Eh, depends.  It's ~587-~600 billion not including VA and Foreign Aid (~170B & ~50B) .  Per capita, our current defense sending as a percentage of the GDP is almost pre-9/11 and the lowest it's been in 60 years.  When you factor in how much of it is paying low-grade enlisted people and the supplies for them to do their jobs, it doesn't seem as bad.  It's the $75 billion planes that don't fly, the F-22, and crap like that that I have issues with.  Give NASA a $75 billion jet program dammit.

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2018-01-01 06:10:43 PM  

Kouta: adj_m: Could only imagine how far we could go if the developed nations redirected 90% of their "defense" budgets on space expansion and technological development.

If the US were to cut military spending by 90% and devote that money to NASA and scientific research the US would still have the about the 5th largest defense budget in the world even if no other country in the world cut defense spending.

That large of a defense spending cut would be on par with about 2/5th of Russia's or Australia's GDP, 1/3 of Canada's or South Korea's GDP, about 1/2 of Spain or Mexico's GDP, and would exceed the the entire GDP of Argentina, Taiwan, Sweden, Poland, or Belgium.

The US defense budget is ridiculous.


Or even could just cut 90% of the defense spending and give the money back to the tax payers.

Let the billionaires fund their space programs.
 
2018-01-01 06:24:47 PM  

MugzyBrown: Kouta: adj_m: Could only imagine how far we could go if the developed nations redirected 90% of their "defense" budgets on space expansion and technological development.

If the US were to cut military spending by 90% and devote that money to NASA and scientific research the US would still have the about the 5th largest defense budget in the world even if no other country in the world cut defense spending.

That large of a defense spending cut would be on par with about 2/5th of Russia's or Australia's GDP, 1/3 of Canada's or South Korea's GDP, about 1/2 of Spain or Mexico's GDP, and would exceed the the entire GDP of Argentina, Taiwan, Sweden, Poland, or Belgium.

The US defense budget is ridiculous.

Or even could just cut 90% of the defense spending and give the money back to the tax payers.

Let the billionaires fund their space programs.


That wouldn't even cover the salary of the personnel of the Army, let alone Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard, Marine Corps (Navy budget), and more salaries.  The budget might as well be personnel, fuel, supplies, and retard projects.  Seeing as how we're dwarfed in the personnel numbers with China, a 10% of current funding for the defense budget isn't a consideration without major worldwide peace treaties.
 
2018-01-01 06:56:32 PM  

hashtag.acronym: That wouldn't even cover the salary of the personnel of the Army, let alone Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard, Marine Corps (Navy budget), and more salaries.  The budget might as well be personnel, fuel, supplies, and retard projects.  Seeing as how we're dwarfed in the personnel numbers with China, a 10% of current funding for the defense budget isn't a consideration without major worldwide peace treaties.


The real problem is our 800 military bases in 70 different countries.

Is that really necessary?
 
2018-01-01 07:40:02 PM  

Marcus Aurelius: hashtag.acronym: That wouldn't even cover the salary of the personnel of the Army, let alone Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard, Marine Corps (Navy budget), and more salaries.  The budget might as well be personnel, fuel, supplies, and retard projects.  Seeing as how we're dwarfed in the personnel numbers with China, a 10% of current funding for the defense budget isn't a consideration without major worldwide peace treaties.

The real problem is our 800 military bases in 70 different countries.

Is that really necessary?


They're ~157 Billion of the budget.

Another good question is "Are the 170+ golf courses related to the 800 foreign military bases necessary?".

The other first world countries combined make up like 30 bases all combined....so 800 probably isn't necessary  To maintain a worldwide naval and air force presence, I'd imagine at least 50 of them are necessary unless we want to have more and larger naval vessels and/or space-based military installations.

F*ck man, we have more military-based golf courses than all other countries have foreign military bases combined by more than a factor of 7, almost 8...WTF...
 
2018-01-01 08:36:37 PM  

hashtag.acronym: Marcus Aurelius: hashtag.acronym: That wouldn't even cover the salary of the personnel of the Army, let alone Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard, Marine Corps (Navy budget), and more salaries.  The budget might as well be personnel, fuel, supplies, and retard projects.  Seeing as how we're dwarfed in the personnel numbers with China, a 10% of current funding for the defense budget isn't a consideration without major worldwide peace treaties.

The real problem is our 800 military bases in 70 different countries.

Is that really necessary?

They're ~157 Billion of the budget.

Another good question is "Are the 170+ golf courses related to the 800 foreign military bases necessary?".

The other first world countries combined make up like 30 bases all combined....so 800 probably isn't necessary  To maintain a worldwide naval and air force presence, I'd imagine at least 50 of them are necessary unless we want to have more and larger naval vessels and/or space-based military installations.

F*ck man, we have more military-based golf courses than all other countries have foreign military bases combined by more than a factor of 7, almost 8...WTF...


I feel like bringing up the golf courses is a nonstarter until Trump is out of office.
 
2018-01-01 09:31:15 PM  

Free Radical: edmo: He's the embodiment of the conservative dream, privately funding great things.

Except for the fact that conservatives hate him.


Fun fact: When he's not building rockets he's a believer in anthropomorphic climate change and he sells electric cars, a couple of things that conservative types seem to take umbrage with. Plus he quit the Donald's Business Advisory Panel over the Paris Accords. At this point Musk could personally go to North Korea, decapitate Kim Jong-un, and skull-fark his severed head while standing on the roof of the Palace of the Sun dressed as Uncle Sam, and the windowlickers at Breitbart et.al. would still hate him.
 
2018-01-01 09:59:50 PM  

thisispete: The Rocket Lab launch site looks a lot like stage 1 KSP.

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