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Re: Upcoming Talks - SpaceX Related
« Reply #540 on: 09/08/2023 03:40 am »
Not neccessarily a "talk", but upcoming tour of the "SpaceX factory". Hawthorne or Boca?

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This Sunday morning, watch as ⁦Pogue and I wander through the ⁦SpaceX factory and ⁦Tesla design studio and talk about Elon Musk.


https://twitter.com/WalterIsaacson/status/1699967006009704830?s=20
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Re: Upcoming Talks - SpaceX Related
« Reply #541 on: 09/15/2023 06:02 pm »
This appearance yesterday by Kathy Lueders at an SPI space event was mentioned in some NSF discussions (without links), and so I came here to find it (and it wasn't here).  Eventually I found it in a Starship thread, but thought it was worth documenting here, in case anyone else comes here looking for it like I did.

Sorry for the huge embeds; I know how to suppress Youtube embeds here, but not how to suppress Twitter embeds.  There are THREE unique videos below; #2 and #3 are replies to #1.

https://twitter.com/SpacePadreIsle/status/1702328968500908412

https://twitter.com/SpacePadreIsle/status/1702341661718630538

https://twitter.com/SpacePadreIsle/status/1702357443890548773
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Re: Upcoming Talks - SpaceX Related
« Reply #543 on: 09/22/2023 03:13 am »
LOL, thank you Mr. Clemens :)

In another thread, NSF user spacenuance edited all SEVEN (!) of these tweeted videos into a single mp4 file:

https://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=58867.msg2523819#msg2523819
PSA #1: EST does NOT mean "Eastern Time".  Use "Eastern" or "ET" instead, all year round, and avoid this common error.  Google "EST vs EDT".
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Re: Upcoming Talks - SpaceX Related
« Reply #544 on: 09/28/2023 04:23 pm »
https://twitter.com/iafastro/status/1707406607842254875

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It is our pleasure to announce that we will be hearing from Elon Musk @SpaceX again at the #IAC2023 in Baku! On Thursday 5 Oct he will join us virtually to discuss together with the IAF President how we can create a more exciting future. Don't miss it at 17:45 – 18:45 (GMT+4)!

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Re: Upcoming Talks - SpaceX Related
« Reply #545 on: 09/28/2023 11:52 pm »
IAC 2023 Starship presentation: CREATING A MORE EXCITING FUTURE

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Re: Upcoming Talks - SpaceX Related
« Reply #546 on: 10/04/2023 07:33 pm »

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Re: Upcoming Talks - SpaceX Related
« Reply #547 on: 10/08/2023 08:52 am »
Achieving 99% link uptime on a fleet of 100G space laser inter-satellite links in LEO

30 January 2024 • 8:45 AM - 9:10 AM PST
Presenter: Travis R. Brashears (Space Exploration Technologies Corp.)

This presentation offers an overview of the design, mass manufacturing, and operational challenges confronted in the development of SpaceX’s global satellite laser mesh operating in low Earth orbit (LEO). The Starlink network consists of over 5,000 free-space optical communication terminals, each achieving data transmission rates of 100Gbps and link uptime over 99%, enabling high-speed global internet coverage.


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Re: Upcoming Talks - SpaceX Related
« Reply #548 on: 10/19/2023 03:11 pm »
I haven't found this reported anywhere on NSF (possibly looking in the wrong places) so I'll put it here:

Bill Gerstenmaier (and others) testified in front of a Senate committee yesterday.  Video and prepared statements are at this link; Gerst's opening comments start at 42m04s:

https://www.commerce.senate.gov/2023/10/promoting-safety-innovation-and-competitiveness-in-u-s-commercial-human-space-activities

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PSA #1: EST does NOT mean "Eastern Time".  Use "Eastern" or "ET" instead, all year round, and avoid this common error.  Google "EST vs EDT".
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Re: Upcoming Talks - SpaceX Related
« Reply #549 on: 10/19/2023 07:00 pm »
I haven't found this reported anywhere on NSF (possibly looking in the wrong places) so I'll put it here:

Bill Gerstenmaier (and others) testified in front of a Senate committee yesterday.  Video and prepared statements are at this link; Gerst's opening comments start at 42m04s:

https://www.commerce.senate.gov/2023/10/promoting-safety-innovation-and-competitiveness-in-u-s-commercial-human-space-activities
@steveleach posted transcript link to Gerstenmaier's Congressional testimony on the 'B9 + S25 IFT/General Discussion' thread.

If you want an understanding of SpaceX's view on the state of FAA launch licensing, and how they think it could be improved, Bill Gerstenmaier's testimony yesterday can be found at...

https://www.commerce.senate.gov/services/files/ADC08FC1-E28D-4178-8D39-16E02BB803CE

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Re: Upcoming Talks - SpaceX Related
« Reply #550 on: 10/19/2023 07:41 pm »
For future reference, congressional hearings, NASA budgets, space legislation etc is covered in the Space Policy section of the forum.

The thread covering yesterday’s hearing is:

https://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=58601.0

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Re: Upcoming Talks - SpaceX Related
« Reply #551 on: 12/05/2023 06:43 am »
https://www.noozhawk.com/spacex-launch-rate-at-vandenberg-sfb-could-soar-to-100-by-2025/

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SpaceX Yearly Launch Rate at Vandenberg SFB Could Soar to 100 by 2025
EconAlliance Future Forum attendees hear about ambitious plans to bring Falcon Heavy rocket to West Coast

by Janene Scully | Noozhawk North County Editor
December 4, 2023 | 6:23 pm

A busy SpaceX soon will be even busier with the addition of a second launch pad and a heavy rocket at Vandenberg Space Force Base, where the firm’s yearly liftoff rate could reach 100 in a couple years.

Nate Janzen, manager of launch pad systems and operations for SpaceX at Vandenberg and a 10-year employee of the firm, spoke last week during the 10th annual celebration and Future Forum for the Economic Alliance Foundation, or EconAlliance, at the Santa Maria Country Club.

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Re: Upcoming Talks - SpaceX Related
« Reply #552 on: 12/06/2023 11:49 am »
From the same talk by Nate Janzen:

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Next year, SpaceX will re-evaluate and conduct analysis with an eye toward certifying the first-stage boosters for 25 to 30 flights, he said.

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Re: Upcoming Talks - SpaceX Related
« Reply #553 on: 12/06/2023 01:18 pm »
Also from the same talk by Nate Janzen:

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Work to ready the site should begin soon, with a goal of the first Falcon launch from SLC-6 taking place in mid-2025, Janzen added.

The 'site' in the quote above refers to SLC-6.

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Re: Upcoming Talks - SpaceX Related
« Reply #554 on: 12/20/2023 04:48 pm »

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Re: Upcoming Talks - SpaceX Related
« Reply #555 on: 12/29/2023 03:46 pm »
https://twitter.com/elonmusk/status/1740775393580245232

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Next week, I will do a company talk for SpaceX, followed later by a company talk for Tesla after the 10K.

I will recap the talented team’s amazing accomplishments of 2023 and describe exciting plans for 2024 and beyond!

These will be posted publicly to @SpaceX and @Tesla.

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Re: Upcoming Talks - SpaceX Related
« Reply #556 on: 01/05/2024 02:00 pm »
Update:

SpaceX company talk next week on Thursday and will go over the plans for Starship per Elon

https://twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1OwxWYyOgmDGQ

Timestamp 1:15:40

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Re: Upcoming Talks - SpaceX Related
« Reply #557 on: 01/09/2024 06:38 am »
Elon and Gwynne talk in 2017:

twitter.com/spacex/status/1744581130727391488

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SpaceX completed 18 successful missions in 2017, launching flight-proven rockets and spacecrafts for the first time. It was a record-setting year and we were just getting started on our path toward a more exciting future.
 
Watch the full company talk with @elonmusk:

https://twitter.com/elonmusk/status/1744599153160691752

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Pretty much everything I predicted in that talk has happened or is in process of happening

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Re: Upcoming Talks - SpaceX Related
« Reply #558 on: 01/12/2024 10:11 pm »
https://twitter.com/spacex/status/1745941814165815717

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In 2023, SpaceX completed 96 successful missions, safely flew 12 more astronauts to orbit, launched two flight tests of Starship, and more than doubled the number of people around the world connected by @Starlink.
 
Watch @elonmusk deliver a company update:

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Re: Upcoming Talks - SpaceX Related
« Reply #559 on: 01/14/2024 08:59 pm »
https://twitter.com/gwynne_shotwell/status/1746652531328172540

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This is why I’ve worked for @elonmusk going on 22 years.

Watch and hear so many quotable themes. My favorite is: “We don’t want to be one of those lame, one planet civilizations.”

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Our extraordinary employees are passionate in the extreme about this mission, they also take on tough challenges, question requirements, and speak up when there’s a better way.

https://twitter.com/gwynne_shotwell/status/1746652535350526393

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I could not be more proud of what they’ve accomplished, and we are truly just getting started.

If you want to join the team, we are always looking for the best and brightest → x.com/SpaceX/jobs

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