Author Topic: Debris recovered off Isles of Scilly may be from Cape Canaveral launch  (Read 22009 times)

Offline Archibald

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Couldn't resist ;)
That was even better, laughed out loud
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Well it used to be a rocket part, now it's a veritable floating civilization. Those mussels(or... whatever they are, possibly space worms) are probably ready to develop their own space program by now.

Mussels into spaaace !
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Couldn't resist ;)
That was even better, laughed out loud
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Well it used to be a rocket part, now it's a veritable floating civilization. Those mussels(or... whatever they are, possibly space worms) are probably ready to develop their own space program by now.
Mussels into spaaace !

GBCSP - Goose Barnacle Commercial Space Program  :)

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The last couple of post have nothing to do with the topic, please keep it on the topic....

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Big pieces like this staying afloat for months or years can be a hazard to navigation. With more rocket parts being made of composites and with increased launch rates of this material, this might become a real problem.

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Big pieces like this staying afloat for months or years can be a hazard to navigation. With more rocket parts being made of composites and with increased launch rates of this material, this might become a real problem.

Well with any luck there should be no more additions to this debris pool beyond the PLF (Hooray Re-usability!)

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Well with any luck there should be no more additions to this debris pool beyond the PLF (Hooray Re-usability!)

You forgot payload fairing reuse.  :) Elon Musk has said they are working on it.

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I would wager more large detritus washes out to sea from the Banana River during a storm than would be shed by all the Falcons if SpaceX was launching a full schedule. While clearly a hazard, it's a drop in the bucket compared to everything else.
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