We explain why Saturn's largest moon Titan is an extremely interesting target for NASA's newly announced Dragonfly mission, why the Falcon Heavy missed landing drone ship during the latest SpaceX launch, as well as the fast progress of Spa...
We explain why Saturn's largest moon Titan is an extremely interesting target for NASA's newly announced Dragonfly mission, why the Falcon Heavy missed landing drone ship during the latest SpaceX launch, as well as the fast progress of SpaceX orbital Starship prototypes in Cocoa, Florida, and Boca Chica, Texas.
Despite the Falcon Heavy center core crash into the ocean, the rocket successfully deployed SpaceX most expensive payload so far. The reason for the center core landing failure is that the extreme heat, caused by the highest atmospheric reentry speed to date, had damaged the rocket’s central engine.
With regard to the SpaceX center core lost as well as inspired by the discussion of our viewers, we explain why a parachute landing of rockets are impractical if not impossible. Hence landing the rocket on a drone ship is still the safest and most economical option. We're amazed by the fast assembly of Spacex Starship orbital prototype both in Florida and Texas. And we hope to see the first hopping test of the Starship prototype in the near future.
We cannot wait for NASA Dragonfly mission exploring the in our opinion most fascinating moon in the solar system: Titan. Titan namely has all the basic ingredients for life and is the only moon in the solar system with a thick atmosphere.
This week we didn't find much news on the Starhopper. If you have any SpaceX Starhopper Update, we would be very happy if you can tell us in the comments!
------- ✅Recommended videos✅ ------- We analyze SpaceX's Mars colonization plan and how first landing on the Moon (either in collaboration with NASA or by themselves) fits into this: https://www.bitchute.com/video/A958Nv26oQY1/
------- Interesting resources to look up: ------- Wanderers (a short film by Erik Wernquist) presents a fascinating vision of humanity's expansion into the Solar System, based on scientific ideas: http://www.erikwernquist.com/wanderers/