Bill gates is up there helping third world countries fight health related issues with innovative techniques, but not with space. Honestly, I think there needs to be more advancement with the aspects of living in space for there to be more money funding it. I'm talking about technology regarding self sustaining bio-domes, creating rare elements from not so rare elements, fusion energy, robotics etc. I think once the threshold has been crossed regarding people knowing it's completely feasible to colonize other planets, as oppose to it being questionable, they'll be more willing to stand behind it. As of right now, the average person probably thinks it's an interesting field, but there's more urgent problems that need fixing down here on earth. Anyhow, rocketry is one of the integral elements of life in space.
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Not exciting ... always hate to see rocket launches not go as planned. Russians have seem to be on a bad roll as well lately. Doesn't put the US in a great position either ... much to our own darn fault.
That really sucks, hope it won't set them back much.
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This ticks me off so much, he keeps claiming that this is the third failure of Space X to land a rocket. As far as I am concerned the landing test doesn't matter if the rocket doesn't get off the pad and into orbit. This is Space X's first major loss (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Falcon_9_and_Falcon_Heavy_launches). They didn't fail to land a rocket, they failed to launch a rocket, one of their first launh failures since the first Falcon 1 rockets.
Also they keep talking like 3 strikes and your out... Really? If the Wright brothers, Edison, and others had quit after 3 tries we would have nothing right now.
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