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Offline jstrotha0975

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Re: Falcon Boosters on Display
« Reply #60 on: 11/01/2023 07:28 pm »
Would love to see a booster and crew Dragon on display at the Smithsonian.

Offline jjyach

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Re: Falcon Boosters on Display
« Reply #61 on: 11/01/2023 07:31 pm »
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Offline Alvis_the_Homs

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Re: Falcon Boosters on Display
« Reply #62 on: 11/13/2023 12:14 pm »
Would love to see a booster and crew Dragon on display at the Smithsonian.

If it happens I think it would be best for the demo 2 booster and endeavour to be displayed together.

Offline Zed_Noir

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Re: Falcon Boosters on Display
« Reply #63 on: 11/14/2023 03:15 am »
Would love to see a booster and crew Dragon on display at the Smithsonian.

If it happens I think it would be best for the demo 2 booster and endeavour to be displayed together.

Booster should be displayed vertically indoor in a building with the booster visible from the outside.

Me think that will have to wait until after booster B1058 done 42 flights. Roughly 3 more years at average launch rate of 8 per year.

Look up online, The Hitchhiker's to the Galaxy  book for why 42.  ;)

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