Author Topic: SpaceX F9 : Iridium NEXT Flight 5 : March 30, 2018 @ Vandenberg : Discussion  (Read 61514 times)

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Too bad, and you can view sea water sloshing inside.

Perhaps the perfect drop test article if they managed to get it out of the water structurally intact.
Sounds like your earlier source (“can’t say more”) misled you or didn’t know what they were talking about.
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Too bad, and you can view sea water sloshing inside.

Perhaps the perfect drop test article if they managed to get it out of the water structurally intact.
Sounds like your earlier source (“can’t say more”) misled you or didn’t know what they were talking about.

I think you're confusing PAZ and Iridium-5. Haven't heard anything yet about the condition of this half.

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