Space X's Falcon 9 Re-useable Rocket Test Flight

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+8 1. MajorIdea commented 8 years ago

In this test flight, the rocket stopped at 250m

Here it reached 1.000m https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZwwS4YOTbbw

PS disregard #(removed comment) Its just one of those "scare" websites.
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+2 2. stargatefan commented 8 years ago

Just tell these guys to stop screwing around and build us jetpacks and lightsabers.
Thats really what everyone wants.
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+3 3. Burimi commented 8 years ago

This was awesome!
How it is possible to hold the balance on the way down?
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+3 4. Sizzlik (admin) commented 8 years ago

#1 Quiet a step..this vid was published by the makers on 18.4.14 the 1000m on 2.5.14 Big and fast step
#3 my try to answer..gyros. Spinning wheels in the head of the rocket..only works in an athmosphrere. The calculated drag points the nose in the wanted direction.
Bet im completly wrong, its their secret..but thats my guess =)
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0 5. Dennyboy commented 8 years ago

Messy bugger!... :D