After a few days of R&R in port OCISLY is back at sea trying to extend the winning streak, Can the landing streak continue and fill the LC-39A hangar with a fifth core? Will another stage go on walkabout, strolling the ASDS decks? We will find out soon!
The game remains exactly as played for:
- CRS-8 ( http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=39977.0
- JCSAT-14 ( http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=40219.0
Pick your square, one per player. Closest square to the center engine when it comes to a halt gets the prize!
This includes post landing walkabouts!
No prize for fireballs, debris, or damage on deck!
If it hits the ship, goes kaboom, punctures holes in the deck, falls over in transit, or splashes down in the sea, there is no winner. Only a booster standing tall and triumphant as the ASDS sails into the harbor will generate a win! It worked last three times so no need to incentivize failure
Water squares are meaningless, if falls in the sea, no winners - no prize. Feel free to pick a water square just for "I told you so" bragging rights if you wish!
This thread remains the official record of who chose what square when. For that reason any edited pick post is invalid.
Use Dan's scraper to see which spots have gone:http://asds.dansdoorway.com
NOTE: There may sometimes be a slight delay of a few minutes at most between scraper updates, so check the last few posts before yours too, just to be sure. Scraper is operational as of this edit. Thanks to DanielW for setting the scraper up, it helps a lot!
Judging is by me, Helodriver. I expect once again there will be many photographs and video of OCISLY sailing back into the harbor to help determine a winner. Maybe even a helpful rocketcam, helicopter or drone shot or two
Good luck SpaceX, Good luck EUTELSAT117/ABS2, and Good luck to NSF readers!