Granted, they didn't have to take as much propellant with them, but that isn't as big a deal when they were testing the ability to LAND from space
It's a huge deal. There are no meaningful qualifiers you can make if you're comparing orbital and suborbital launches.
The Hobbit movies would have been much better as a 6 part HBO miniseries.
How about just one popcorn flick. Two to two and a half hours and we're done. Not everything from a book needs to make it in the movie.
Metal mining is the #1, #2 AND #3 most polluting industry.
I'm a conservative Christian (currently) registered Republican and my first thought was this can't possibly be safe for the environment.
But yeah, the general reporting on this indicates that somebody must of been bored.
Nice of them not to hoard that boredom.
I'm married with three daughters, and all the women and girls in this house like Star Wars.
Right, and it's pretty clear the next movie(s) features a female lead.
In my experience, sometimes you need to research the 'obvious' because sometimes what seems clear-cut turns out to not be.
But I see no reason to report on it unless the results are counter intuitive.
I have a theory that it's impossible to prove anything, but I can't prove it.