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United States LeafyIsHere 
Earlier today SpaceX launched and successfully landed a prototype of their fully reusable launch vehicle, Starship for the first time. Really amazing stuff, I think we’re at the dawn of the golden age of space exploration.
2021-05-06 06:55
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"golden age" bruh were not going to shit outside of the solar system
2021-05-06 06:56
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United States LeafyIsHere
Who cars? The moon, Mars, and Titan are all viable places for human outposts. Plus what really matters is the commercialization of Low Earth Orbit. And in 100 years if we’re ready to leave the solar system, we will
2021-05-06 07:04
Why not
2021-05-09 11:47
Voyager 2 already left the solar system, afaik.
2021-05-09 11:49
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Yeah, and Voyager 1 is around 180 AU away
2021-05-09 19:44
NASA : i go to moon
2021-05-06 07:07
Starship is a scam, just like everything else Musk does * braces for musk cultists *
2021-05-06 10:06
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2021-05-06 10:20
Nice b8 🤥
2021-05-06 10:21
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not b8, it's a scam and doesn't hold up to minimal critical thought
2021-05-06 10:24
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Whole channel is basically based on criticising Elon Musk ideas 😂
2021-05-06 10:25
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Rightly so, he's a conman
2021-05-06 10:26
It's not bait its just deranged. Read the NASA source selection document where they spell out the huge advantages of the starship vehicle and stress that SpaceX's development timeline and funding requests are reasonable.
2021-05-09 06:33
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Starship may be fine for going to the moon, but SpaceX are selling it as point-to-point transport option to compete with airlines & are promising to get hundreds of people to mars this decade. Ask NASA about that.
2021-05-09 11:44
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All they need to be able to do is compete with first class ticket prices, which are like $20,000 for ultra long haul flights. Pretty realistic if you ask me And not even SpaceX is still claiming to be able to get 100s of people to Mars this decade. The plan now is to land a couple small crews on the surface late this decade and slowly build up to a permanent presence in the 2030s
2021-05-09 19:44
source criticism
2021-05-06 10:28
That common sense skeptic is brain damaged, I've seen his vids before. Starship is a valid launch vehicle and if it wasn't NASA wouldn't have selected it for the lunar lander
2021-05-09 06:18
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That's not what SpaceX is claming the vehicle can do. They claim they are going to compete with airlines in point-to-point. I don't doubt the lunar landing option.
2021-05-09 11:45
That's cute. Gates Zuckerberg Musk Same stories all have massive influence in our todays culture. I still find it funny how Musk named "his" business Tesla creating electronic vehicles which were made almost 100 years ago, book burning.
2021-05-06 10:34
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