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Who will flight first, Beta, Terran-R or Neutron?

Beta
10 (23.8%)
Terran-R
11 (26.2%)
Neutron
21 (50%)

Total Members Voted: 42

Voting closed: 11/11/2022 02:08 am


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Re: Who will flight first, Beta, Terran-R or Neutron?
« Reply #20 on: 04/22/2023 04:18 am »
I voted Neutron, but Relativity already dropping Terran-1 and focusing exclusively on Terran-R would change my vote if voting now.

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Re: Who will flight first, Beta, Terran-R or Neutron?
« Reply #21 on: 04/22/2023 04:37 am »
I voted Neutron, but Relativity already dropping Terran-1 and focusing exclusively on Terran-R would change my vote if voting now.
Although at the same time, they're now talking about 2026 as their launch debut, while Peter Beck is still talking about 2024 for Neutron. While I can't seriously suggest that Neutron won't slip until 2025 at least, that would still put it ahead of Terran R (which may also slip further).

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Re: Who will flight first, Beta, Terran-R or Neutron?
« Reply #22 on: 04/22/2023 07:48 am »


I voted Neutron, but Relativity already dropping Terran-1 and focusing exclusively on Terran-R would change my vote if voting now.
Although at the same time, they're now talking about 2026 as their launch debut, while Peter Beck is still talking about 2024 for Neutron. While I can't seriously suggest that Neutron won't slip until 2025 at least, that would still put it ahead of Terran R (which may also slip further).

As rule they all slip from target date. Seems  both Firefly and Relativity engine development is ahead of RL. While RL seems to be ahead on infrastructure and LV build.

 

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