NEW Launch Target: 9:38 AM EST Feb. 19th 2017
Space X is aiming to launch the tenth mission of their part of the Commercial Resupply Contract Saturday Feb. 18th. This will be the first launch for Space X from the historic Launch Complex 39, and the first launch from pad 39A since 2011.
FEB 19 New Links
| Falcon 9 Full Thrust | LC-39 | Landing Zone 1 | Dragon Cargo Ship | Commercial Resupply Services (CRS) |
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Still showing a 70% of favorable weather at this point.
Here’s the launch license if you’ve ever wanted to see one. (Posted by /r/Spacex)
Launch License PDF on FAA.gov
CRS-10 Press Kit:
Scrub, next window is tomorrow at 9:30am
Yah that was close! But I get it, safety and mission success and all.
Why is there a 7 minute difference between those two above streams and the one I’m watching on CNBC?
Maybe they are showing the abort from yesterday - it stopped at 13 sec…
I got no idea, those are the direct space x webcasts… which feed is ahead?
Edit: that would make sense
Yeah…the two streams you posted are legit. The one on CNBC shows you the abort…LOL…gonna be a lot of disappointed people watching that one…LOL
Thanks @Andrew116. Watching it with the kids this morning. T - 5 and all systems are go.
Pretty cloudy day…not gonna be much of a view from the pad area…
Can you imagine seeing that first stage come roaring back through that overcast if you didn’t know it was coming? LOL…how awesome would that be…
The graphics look like KSP…LOL…keeping pitching to make an orbit…!
The waffle irons deployed…! Breakfast!
Holy crap! Sun comes out right as it lands too. Made it look easy.
Cool…Dragon part made it too…thus far…