Elon Musk on how Falcon Heavy will change space travel




SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy rocket took off from Cape Canaveral, Florida yesterday carrying its first payload — a red Tesla roadster — into orbit. Loren Grush spoke to CEO Elon Musk about the…

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Elon Musk on how Falcon Heavy will change space travel

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  1. I seem to remember that Space X has decided not to pursue man-rating the Falcons but can't find anything about that. I always thought that was going to be a big problem given the loading sequence for the superchilled oxygen and the limited time (a few hours) it could stay in the tank before needing to be offloaded. I think the estimate for bringing a crew on-board and ready for launch is at best 2 hours, so they'd have to load the tank (not just maintain the levels) while the crew was in the capsule.

    Anyway, can anyone confirm or refute my faulty memory?

  2. Elon Musk, your vision of space travel, and having to create a co. very recent and achieved this feat + get those side boosters back from space at the exact spot determined.
    Impossible made Possible. A VISIONARY, an achiever beyond parallel.
    As the only person after Jobs to speak on the headless AI race among IT giants endangering humanity is when you gathered another admirer,

  3. Human race must have I D E A L I S M – we need to keep spending more than we can afford on science and space exploration. One day all talk about limited resources will end because humans will live all over the solar system and beyond

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