You can see the thrusters at the top of the rocket trying to keep it upright. A software tweak to make that thruster fire earlier would have just about done the job. Damn impressive even getting back to the barge!!
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@tturner86 - completely automated. Initial data reviews are complete so we know "what" happened but it hasn't been made clear to me the "why" yet. Basic assessment though horizontal speed was too high when we hit the deck thats why you see the little thrusters at full blast trying to make things straight. Winds were pretty low in comparison so if I had to venture to guess the trajectory 3 or 400 feet up wasn't quite right. Possibly because the legs don't deploy very evenly? Purely a guess on my part ... Rocket at the last second said "oh shit I need to hit the barge not half off" kicked over but didn't have enough room to actually stop the horizontal movement. All my guesses and nothing official and I hope I haven't said anything I shouldn't have
End of the day though we are pretty flipping close which is still amazing to me. Landing on a barge is not very ideal as its just a postal stamp in the middle of the hay stack but its the stepping stone for going back to the cape.
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