Maybe it's the loading of the Gif but it kinda looks like it is taking of in slo-mo and then it finally puts the hammer down.
Soviet design made more sense than the US shuttle, I think. With both, the shuttle was basically the payload but the Soviets could use their super-heavy-lift platform to launch other things too while the US system always had to drag the whole shuttle up.
Had the USSR not been in collapse at this point, I wonder what they might have done with that heavy lift capability?
My guess is earth like planets are very common relative to what we initially thought.
Has our technology brought us to the point of water mining? Just curious.
I'm calling they've found 2 habitable planets in the same solar system
just another day at the office. well done!
I am really proud of Elon Musk for keeping his vision moving forward despite setbacks. Getting into the rocket market with no previous experience and becoming one of the main contenders in the industry took a lot of guts, and he's still going. Fly on SpaceX, fly on
I swear some pictures are better than what my eyes could see in real life.
Wow. That's an incredible time lapse. You think it's bad waiting for the next season of Games of Thrones. Imagine watching this play out.
I e-mailed NASA today asking for more information about them, was blown away when I saw the exact same pair were donated by Michael Collins.