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       1 Week Ago #422

    Good stuff!

    I see they're still having problems with the barge up-link going out within 10sec of touchdown. Lost video at 27:09 even the announcer mentions it's not unusual.

    Some musings here: Why does the video feed always fail during Falcon 9 landings? Space Exploration Stack Exchange
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       1 Week Ago #423

    Anak said: View Post
    Good stuff!

    I see they're still having problems with the barge up-link going out within 10sec of touchdown. Lost video at 27:09 even the announcer mentions it's not unusual.

    Some musings here: Why does the video feed always fail during Falcon 9 landings? Space Exploration Stack Exchange
    I'm surprised the conspiracy theorists haven't come up with their own reasons.
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       1 Week Ago #424

    And lord knows there's plenty of that to go around.

    I have no problem believing the pressure wave(s) caused by the rocket exhaust is what disrupts the video signal and until they figure out how to over come that with maybe, a quantum signal, the disruption will continue.
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    They were showing the launch on the morning news, they then switched to an outside shot and you could see the trail going up. Vandenberg is 275 miles south, so that was cool :)

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       1 Week Ago #426

    Progress launch time lapse seen from space

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    How to see the last 'blood moon' eclipse of the decade

    On the night of Sunday, January 20, sky-watchers across the Americas will have a front-row seat to a rare cosmic event, as three lunar phenomena converge to give rise to what some people are calling a super blood wolf moon.
    Super blood wolf moon 2019: When and where to see it

    North America, Central America, and South America will get to see all the phases of this special sky show, as the moon rides high in the eastern sky. Meanwhile, stargazers in western Europe and most of Africa will be able to watch during the early morning hours, local time, on the 21st.
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