Elon Musk 太牛啦!

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    hatco 资深人士 ID:11160

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  2. Musk 真是太牛了!佩服佩服!
     
  3. hatco

    hatco 资深人士 ID:11160

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    估计中国的公司也要开始造火箭了。
     
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    又放了个窜天猴?
     
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    hehe
     
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    为什么现在才知道他牛啊。她老妈也厉害。
     
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    ccc 难得糊涂 ID:6614 管理成员 VIP

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    是说这个么?


    Elon Musk's Falcon Heavy rocket launches successfully
    By Jonathan Amos BBC Science Correspondent

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    The rocket was carrying SpaceX boss Elon Musk's red car

    US entrepreneur Elon Musk has launched his new rocket, the Falcon Heavy, from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

    The mammoth vehicle - the most powerful since the shuttle system - lifted clear of its pad without incident to soar high over the Atlantic Ocean.

    It was billed as a risky test flight in advance of the lift-off.

    The SpaceX CEO said the challenges of developing the new rocket meant the chances of a successful first outing might be only 50-50.

    With this debut, the Falcon Heavy aims to become the most capable launch vehicle available.

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    The aim was to send the car and mannequin towards Mars' orbit

    It is designed to deliver a maximum payload to low-Earth orbit of 64 tonnes - the equivalent of putting five London double-decker buses in space.

    Such performance is slightly more than double that of the world's next most powerful rocket, the Delta IV Heavy - but at one third of the cost, says Mr Musk.

    For this experimental and uncertain mission, however, he decided on a much smaller and whimsical payload - his old cherry-red Tesla sports car.

    A space-suited mannequin was strapped in the driver's seat, and the radio set to play David Bowie's classic hit Space Oddity on a loop.
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    If all phases of the flight are successful - and that will not be known until at least 6.5 hours after lift-off - the Tesla and its passenger will be despatched into an elliptical orbit around the Sun that reaches out as far as the Planet Mars.

    The Falcon Heavy is essentially three of SpaceX's workhorse Falcon 9 vehicles strapped together. And, as is the usual practice for SpaceX, all three boost stages - the lower segments of the rocket - returned to Earth attempting controlled landings.
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    Two boosters head back to Florida's Space Coast

    Two came back to touchdown zones on the Florida coast just south of Kennedy; the third booster was due to settle on a drone ship stationed several hundred kilometres out at sea.

    During the launch, the video signal from the drone ship was lost, so the fate of the third booster is not yet clear.

    The upper-stage of the Falcon Heavy, with its Tesla cargo, began what hopefully will be an escape trajectory to Mars' orbit.

    That requires the engine on the upper-stage to fire on three separate occasions, with the third and final ignition only occurring after a long cruise phase.

    Mr Musk warned before the flight that this was one of the phases he was most concerned would not work properly. The upper-stage has to pass through a concentrated region of radiation above the Earth, known as the Van Allen Belts, and this could interfere with electronic systems.
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    A car, a golf ball, a pie... the oddities sent into space over the years.

    Having such a large and powerful rocket should open up some fascinating new possibilities for Mr Musk and his SpaceX company. These include launching:

    • Much bigger satellites for use by US intelligence and the military. The scale of these satellites is limited by current rocket performance.
    • Large batches of satellites, such as those for Mr Musk's proposed constellation of thousands of spacecraft to deliver broadband across the globe.
    • Bigger, more capable robots to go to the surface of Mars, or to visit the outer planets such as Jupiter and Saturn, and their moons.
    • Huge telescopes. Hubble's successor, the James Webb Space Telescope, is having to be folded origami-like to fit in its launcher next year.
    But it is the low cost - brought about through the recovery and reuse of the boosters - that Elon Musk believes will be a game-changer when allied to the new performance.

    "It'll be game-over for all other heavy-lift rockets," he told reporters on Monday.

    "It'll be like trying to sell an aircraft where one aircraft company has a reusable aircraft and all the other companies had aircraft that were single-use where you would parachute out at your destination and the plane would crash-land randomly somewhere. Crazy as that sounds - that's how the rocket business works."

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    The Falcon Heavy is essentially three Falcon 9s strapped together
     
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    头发短见识长 知名会员 ID:99259

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    曾是俺们大家拿女王大学的娃们的学哥呀
     
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    这破玩意没两年中国就能山寨一个。:D
     
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    华尔街近期不太喜欢他...
     
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    Fake news, 地球应该是平的,你们又被NASA骗了
     
  12. cucapila

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    再说一遍谁山寨谁?
     
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    这句话落伍了,应该是中国了实现弯道超车
     
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    我没用错词吧?
     

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