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I remember reading that of the $20 million cost of a launch only about $500,000 was due to fuel, so this is a complete game changer.
Right idea, but wrong numbers. A Falcon 9 launch, not including the cost of the payload itself, is nearly $60M, while the fuel for it is only a quarter million.
> I'm curious to know if this first stage had landing gear attached
Yes, and they were hoping that that would contribute to ameliorating the roll problem they had on the first attempt to slow down the first stage on its way to landing (actually, watering). So, the bad sea conditions and (most likely) not recovering the first stage are unfortunate but it seems like they are making progress, and doing so without interfering with performing a successful mission for a paying customer.
Everyone from the VA attorney general to the US senate have had a go at him, none of them found a scrap of evidence showing impropriety on Mann's part.
Are you saying that Mann's hockey stick has not been debunked?
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They soft landed, that's a success whether they are recovered or not. You didn't expect them to stand upright in the water like a buoy did you?
No, the plan was to land in the sea, and to have helicopters near by. Only in the future do they plan to do very accurate landings.
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It used to be trawlers...
I'm not against GM food. I am against Monsanto. They're a chemical company. The seeds are just there to help them sell chemicals. I'm an ex farmer man. I know the industry, and I know what they've done to it.
The issue is NOT whether they they recovered the stage, but whether it landed at slow controlled speeds
Also whether it landed at the planned location to within a metre or so, given that the plan is to land on a barge.
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you don't "help" a company or technology by buying their stock since the said stock is owned by some other dude and the sale does not bring a single more dollar to the company
This is not quite true. Most companies dilute their stock regularly, to compensate management and founders with stock or option grants.
The collection of buyers of those shares set the price for the stock -- which is ultimately being used to provide the company's equity financing.
Now it's true if you bought a share of stock for $1000.... well it's not $1000 that goes directly or indirectly to the company.
But you are trading places with someone who ultimately up the chain bought into their offering.
In the event the buying volume ran out... the stock price could easily fall by a few %. Even a $0.01 price decrease is significant.
So it's not that you aren' "giving" to the company --- it's just that the relative proportions of what you are giving are probably very very small, for a multi-billion$$ company.
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You may want to read the Windsor ruling more carefully, it does not say what you stated.
DOMA section was overturned, which means the federal government must recognize same-sex marriages of couples that were married in states or countries that allow it.
Many of the state constitutional bans on same-sex marriage weren't enacted directly by voters, but by the legislatures. The Windsor case says nothing about the voters in each state.
The Supreme Court also let stand a ruling about Prop 8, which found that a state ban on same-sex marriage in California, directly voted on by the California electorate, was unconstitutional.
The 2 rulings are not in contradiction. Both will be used to overturn many of the remaining state constitutional bans on same-sex marriage.
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The landing of the first stage in the Atlantic (a process that required decelerating it and bringing it to a hover just above the surface of the ocean before letting it fall in), is part of the resupply mission to the ISS. That is, once the first stage boosted its cargo towards the ISS, it then performed this test.
Too bad that they didn't try to return the first stage to land and then try to land it there but I understand their desire to do things one step at a time (it's safer this way also). I'm curious to know if this first stage had landing gear attached (maybe not because of the additional weight, drag). Also, in the future when they DO try to land it on land, where will they be aiming? If the flight profile of the first stage is mostly vertical then, without much fuel I guess they could return to Florida, otherwise would they be going for a Caribbean island? The Azores or Canary Islands? Africa? I'm sure they've got this figured out, I'm just curious.
Anyway, if they manage to recover the first stage by soft landing it without dunking it in salt water, it could REALLY drop the costs of space flight, even if they don't manage to reuse the 2nd stage (which they plan to do also). I remember reading that of the $20 million cost of a launch only about $500,000 was due to fuel, so this is a complete game changer. Even if the stage can only be reused a few times it'll make access to low earth orbit (the expensive part of space travel) much cheaper!
I only hope and pray that it works reliably and that the weight penalty is not too great! I thought they would have to use a lot more fuel to slow down and turn around but I guess they're using air resistance for the braking and the (now almost empty) booster is very light. Pretty unbelievable when you see a 10 story tall rocket turn around and land on a pillar of fire.
What is very disappointing is the heavyhanded regulators have blocked this kind of market in the US, the supposed "land of the free"? What happened to our economic freedom??
Indeed. If you stand to lose financially -- in case the technology DOES succeed, then you could make a Bet that it will succeed, in order to offset your losses.
If the technology succeeds, you win your bet, AND your winnings offset the financial harm. If the technology doesn't succeed, then you lose your bet, BUT you are not financially harmed.
Investing would help finance its success, which you definitely don't want.
Instead... in the US you are banned from placing the bet.
So you can't protect yourself --- except from a narrow band of risks by purchasing insurance
Yes, people were denied healthcare they couldn't pay for. Some homeless mentally ill person could feign chest pains and get a full workup and warm bed. Not to mention an ambulance ride. Then skip out on the bill.
Actually, no. I worked for a recovery audit contractor, which gets 3-5% of each claim recovered for miscoding, not medically justified, technically wrong, etc. That money is snatched back from the hospital, private practice, whatever medical establishment provided the Medicare or Medicaid service.
What do you think the hospital is going to tell its ER staff - the next time someone shows up who's iffy, turn them away.
I had to quit; it was eroding my soul.
Facebook has gone and done a curious thing. The social network has begun rolling out its new, optional Nearby Friends feature for Android and iOS apps, which does exactly what it sounds like. Now, when your friends are in the area, you'll get a notification.
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Well, Oracle WAS dumb enough to take on the project in the first place!
Awesome. Wish I had mod points and I could award all of them to this post as Informative or Insightful.