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    You learn from failures. There were multiple rocket failures before we put men on the moon, multiple failures landing rovers on Mars, multiple spacex failures landing 1st stage before success.

    There are 2 more launches this week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeff of pa View Post
    as I see it, in order to actually pull it off safely one of 3 things must happen .
    the ship must be very light at landing, empty of fuel when landing,
    or a non volatile fuel that doesn't ignite when used .

    I wonder if first stages are Normally Very Light, Compared to the SpaceX prototype.

    even if they land one safely, you know the odds, at some point gonna be a big ooops
    They have had a few ooops in the space industry already,costing human lives.

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    Yep & Look what they Do.
    Try to decide if they want to Go on or Scrap the Whole Program.

    My guess First Fatality & Musk may be Blamed personally & Forced to stop Completely.
    look how long the shuttles lasted, then all of a sudden, 2 fatalities, and they ended it

    ya gotta break a few eggs
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeff of pa View Post
    Yep & Look what they Do.
    Try to decide if they want to Go on or Scrap the Whole Program.

    My guess First Fatality & Musk may be Blamed personally & Forced to stop Completely.
    look how long the shuttles lasted, then all of a sudden, 2 fatalities, and they ended it

    ya gotta break a few eggs
    1st stage on landing weighs 50-57 tons accordingly to SpaceX.


    Shuttle was already at end of life when Columbia came apart on return.

    Each shuttle was only suppose to last 10 years, when the Columbia came apart on re-entry it was 22 years old. Shuttle program was shut down due to cost, it was suppose to be cheaper because of reuse but that never happened.

    The Space Shuttle program was expensive to operate, and maintaining the twenty-plus year old Orbiters was getting more costly. The Space Shuttle was essential for completing the ISS, but would not be helpful for the new program (called Constellation) that would take us out of low Earth orbit.

    Compared to an average space shuttle mission that cost $1.6 billion, NASA is paying only $55 million per seat for SpaceX's upcoming ISS flights.
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