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Keeping in mind artistic license, could the bulges at the tip of the fins be where landing legs extend and are the ventral fins hinged where they attach to the body?
Now Elon says the render is of a real BFS. I think I'm gonna get crazy because that really doesn't look like what I would expect. It has been redesigned A LOT. Also I just messed up because I said the same on reddit and people are downvoting me a lot but it seems here there are more people that really looked at it closely and saw there were a few weird things. I still think there are /a few things/ that may be just artistic license (the engines, for example). If the rest is the true design, well, I really don't like this new look but...
Quote from: Scylla on 09/14/2018 01:09 amKeeping in mind artistic license, could the bulges at the tip of the fins be where landing legs extend and are the ventral fins hinged where they attach to the body?Yes, the legs are at the end of the fins. The fins do not look hinged to me.Here is a brighter images, in a "landing orientation".