Poll

How many successful landings of F9/FH first stages (cores) will SpaceX have in 2024?

1-5
0 (0%)
6-10
0 (0%)
11-15
0 (0%)
16-20
0 (0%)
21-25
0 (0%)
26-30
0 (0%)
31-35
0 (0%)
36-40
0 (0%)
41-45
0 (0%)
46-50
0 (0%)
51-55
0 (0%)
56-60
0 (0%)
61-65
0 (0%)
66-70
0 (0%)
71-75
0 (0%)
76-80
0 (0%)
81-85
0 (0%)
86-90
0 (0%)
91-95
0 (0%)
96-100
0 (0%)
101-105
0 (0%)
106-110
3 (12%)
111-115
0 (0%)
116-120
0 (0%)
121-125
6 (24%)
126-130
3 (12%)
131-135
4 (16%)
136-140
5 (20%)
141-145
3 (12%)
146-150
1 (4%)
151-155
0 (0%)
156-160
0 (0%)
161-165
0 (0%)
166-170
0 (0%)
171-175
0 (0%)
176-180
0 (0%)
181-185
0 (0%)
186-190
0 (0%)
191-195
0 (0%)
196-200
0 (0%)
More than 200!!! Please give your guess in a post
0 (0%)
0.000. zip, zeeeeero, de nada, nuttin
0 (0%)

Total Members Voted: 25

Voting closed: 01/30/2024 10:49 pm

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Companion poll to this one: https://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=60093.msg2551594#msg2551594

Hmm, looks like I skipped 2023's landing poll.  Oops...  The number correlates highly to the number of launches, it was less mostly thanks to Starship.

2022 has the rules: https://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=55470
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Re: Successful landings of F9/FH first stages in 2024
« Reply #1 on: 12/21/2023 09:37 pm »
I went with the same bracket as my landings guess (over 120). Depending on starship flights and FH core expends it may vary but ok.
"I think it would be great to be born on Earth and to die on Mars. Just hopefully not at the point of impact." -Elon Musk
"We're a little bit like the dog who caught the bus" - Musk after CRS-8 S1 successfully landed on ASDS OCISLY

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