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    Dragons (Red) will probably hitch a ride on a Dragon (SpaceX.)

    Adam, "The Right Stuff" was a fairly accurate account of the Mercury space program with only a slight amount of "Hollywood" added.
    I lived through that era.
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    Time to make room for a new gizmos.

    Pleeease get me out of this 8 bit world!
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    Tonight and tomorrow there will be some more RED space goodness.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel Stilling View Post
    Tonight and tomorrow there will be some more RED space goodness.
    Woohoo!
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    Were Red's cameras the ones that were cited as running low on battery power today?

    http://denver.cbslocal.com/2014/12/0...craft-stalled/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex Kiritz View Post
    Were Red's cameras the ones that were cited as running low on battery power today?

    http://denver.cbslocal.com/2014/12/0...craft-stalled/
    Haha, good find. The Space DRAGONS have both battery and ELPAC solutions so they are covered
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    Space Dragons are filming and flying 14,000 miles an hour??? :)
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    from that article:

    "The earliest Orion might carry passengers is 2021"

    7 years from first launch to carrying people... interesting how the pace of development has changed in 50 years. Kennedy announced the goal of the moon in may 1961 and eight years later they landed....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Filip Orlandic View Post
    Space Dragons are filming and flying 14,000 miles an hour??? :)
    Go back to Jarred's OP: "...we are very excited to be working with our good friends at NASA who will be sending EPIC Dragons up into space to be used at the International Space Station."

    The cameras are being used on ISS. The rocket is NASA's FedEx to the ISS : )
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