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NASA five-rocket mission launch - discussion

 
redrosie

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Mine is fine .. they are answering questions ..
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03/20/2012 09:41 PM
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LOL now they're going to answer questions from Facebook and Twitter. If anybody wants to ask them questions, post them there. I have no clue what's going on the feed keeps cutting, so the launch is postponed? Anybody catch what happened?
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they went through a simulation. horizontal payload checks etc.
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03/20/2012 09:43 PM
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Somebody asked on Twitter where you can get some of that awesome Astronaut Icecream!
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LOL now they're going to answer questions from Facebook and Twitter. If anybody wants to ask them questions, post them there. I have no clue what's going on the feed keeps cutting, so the launch is postponed? Anybody catch what happened?
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they went through a simulation. horizontal payload checks etc.
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Thanks. They just said they're loading another vehicle and will be another 20 mins.
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Can someone tell me please what time is it now at the site of the launch? I read the window for the launch will be between midnight and 3 AM?
"I have no faith in human perfectability. I think that human exertion will have no appreciable effect upon humanity. Man is now only more active - not more happy - nor more wise, than he was 6000 years ago". E.A.Poe
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LOL now they're going to answer questions from Facebook and Twitter. If anybody wants to ask them questions, post them there. I have no clue what's going on the feed keeps cutting, so the launch is postponed? Anybody catch what happened?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1238259



they went through a simulation. horizontal payload checks etc.
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Thanks. They just said they're loading another vehicle and will be another 20 mins.
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I believe that will be another simulation. The launch is set for midnight to avoid FAA problems with aircraft from what he just said. So I assume that midnight eastern. 2 hours and 13 minutes from now.
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LOL now they're going to answer questions from Facebook and Twitter. If anybody wants to ask them questions, post them there. I have no clue what's going on the feed keeps cutting, so the launch is postponed? Anybody catch what happened?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1238259



they went through a simulation. horizontal payload checks etc.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 11213272


Thanks. They just said they're loading another vehicle and will be another 20 mins.
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I believe that will be another simulation. The launch is set for midnight to avoid FAA problems with aircraft from what he just said. So I assume that midnight eastern. 2 hours and 13 minutes from now.
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Too bad, I'll be asleep by then. Oh well...enjoy the show guys, I'm sure I'll see vids posted here tomorrow.
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Can someone tell me please what time is it now at the site of the launch? I read the window for the launch will be between midnight and 3 AM?
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it is almost 10pm .. I will be trying to get a video .. I believe they are saying 12am ..

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Can someone tell me please what time is it now at the site of the launch? I read the window for the launch will be between midnight and 3 AM?
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it is almost 10pm .. I will be trying to get a video .. I believe they are saying 12am ..
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Ahh, cool, thank you! 2 more hours then.. That will make 1:00 pm here.. gonna watch it while having lunch lol
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Can someone tell me please what time is it now at the site of the launch? I read the window for the launch will be between midnight and 3 AM?
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it is almost 10pm .. I will be trying to get a video .. I believe they are saying 12am ..
 Quoting: redrosie


Ahh, cool, thank you! 2 more hours then.. That will make 1:00 pm here.. gonna watch it while having lunch lol
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I was scared I would have to wait til five .. I usually go to sleep at 3 and up at 8 .. I took a nap earlier so I didn't have to sleep tonight .. so waiting patiently ;)
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03/20/2012 10:07 PM
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[link to www.nasa.gov]

.. for those who can video or take pics too ..
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03/20/2012 10:10 PM
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Do we know how much of the tracer chemical is being packed in each rocket?
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It's a toxic aluminum concoction
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That it is!

Just for the record, I was reading up on this toxic chemical the day I heard of this. I read the launch was postponed due to the east coast weather. I also read that this chemical explodes when mixed with water. Well it's been raing this evening! I'm in NC.

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Do we know how much of the tracer chemical is being packed in each rocket?
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It's a toxic aluminum concoction
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That it is!

Just for the record, I was reading up on this toxic chemical the day I heard of this. I read the launch was postponed due to the east coast weather. I also read that this chemical explodes when mixed with water. Well it's been raing this evening! I'm in NC.

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The chemical compostion on the site had water in the rockets ..

I don't think they are launching tonight :(
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03/20/2012 10:12 PM
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The guy just said that tonight is most likely being scrubbed.
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Do we know how much of the tracer chemical is being packed in each rocket?
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It's a toxic aluminum concoction
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That it is!

Just for the record, I was reading up on this toxic chemical the day I heard of this. I read the launch was postponed due to the east coast weather. I also read that this chemical explodes when mixed with water. Well it's been raing this evening! I'm in NC.

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From the NASA site just posted,

"In order for the launches to occur, clear skies are required at three special camera sites located along the mid-Atlantic coast in Virginia, North Carolina and New Jersey."


NC - [link to weather.yahoo.com]
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03/20/2012 10:31 PM
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The guy just said that tonight is most likely being scrubbed.
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I know .. and then they just said t - 90 minutes ..
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redrosie

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03/20/2012 10:35 PM
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10 percent probability .. 12 - 3 .. countdown to window started and they will be getting news from a meteorologist soon on the probablity update ..
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03/20/2012 10:39 PM
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Re: NASA five-rocket mission launch - discussion
Jersey shore here and there is a lot of fog tonight.
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03/20/2012 10:58 PM
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Jersey shore here and there is a lot of fog tonight.
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fog up and down the coast...wont burn off until the AM tomorrow, scrub it.
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03/20/2012 11:08 PM
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bump for updates
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Jersey shore here and there is a lot of fog tonight.
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fog up and down the coast...wont burn off until the AM tomorrow, scrub it.
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i thought the same thing when i looked at the fog outside, but it seems like they want to go ahead anyway? They just did more checks... 1dunno1
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03/20/2012 11:16 PM
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im listening webcast for almost an hour and here are some of higlights from webcast...

"-my mother is on" :s

"-i need a dog for my daughter" wtf?

"you will see rockets from 16 cameras,we will switch for the best footage for you"

"everybody is following us on facebook,twitter and watching live webcast so stay tuned" (dont screw up!)


TWITTER Q/A HIGHLIGHTS

Q-Will I be able to see anything from Plattsburgh,, N.Y.?
A-you might depending how far you're from the coast

Q-How far away can you see ATREX?
A- [link to www.nasa.gov]

Q- just read that "midnight - 3 a.m. Extra terestrial... Instead of eastern lol"
A-Ha, keeping it short - Eastern Time = ET too!
Q-I just wish one day extra terestial would be an actual time zone! ... If we do build moon colonies what would be their time zones?
A-Good question....perhaps LST= Lunar Standard Time

:O


a few mins to open window,come and watch folks
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T - 28:00
a good video editor can make anyone say anything the editor wants.
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03/20/2012 11:35 PM
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Dense fog advisory until 10am, go to bed...you wont miss anything. The guy said earlier this was more of an exercise because of the bad weather.
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03/20/2012 11:37 PM

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going to hold t-15:00
a good video editor can make anyone say anything the editor wants.
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03/20/2012 11:38 PM
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It's VERY foggy here in NJ, so if 1 of the 3 crucial cameras is here, I can't see how they can possibly launch? Unless the cam is up high above the fog??
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03/20/2012 11:43 PM
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sounds like they are talking a possible go ..

foggy there and foggy in new jersey .. every where else good to go .. thunderstorms hoping to stay south of them at wallops (sp?) ..
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i guess the cameras are above the 200 ft. fog ceiling then. Bummer, I was hoping to photograph whetever I could, but can't see crap here :(
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i guess the cameras are above the 200 ft. fog ceiling then. Bummer, I was hoping to photograph whetever I could, but can't see crap here :(
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it is crystal clear here .. wait I might be lying .. it was an hour ago (connecticut) .. let me go see again they mentioned New Jersey was foggy as heck .. where you are by any chance?

Nope still good .. clear and nice and dark with no moon til the morning I looked at the satellite loop earlier and it look like everywhere but south or west of the area would be foggy/rainy

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i guess the cameras are above the 200 ft. fog ceiling then. Bummer, I was hoping to photograph whetever I could, but can't see crap here :(
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it is crystal clear here .. wait I might be lying .. it was an hour ago (connecticut) .. let me go see again they mentioned New Jersey was foggy as heck .. where you are by any chance?

Nope still good .. clear and nice and dark with no moon til the morning I looked at the satellite loop earlier and it look like everywhere but south or west of the area would be foggy/rainy
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I'm in New Jersey, a few miles from the beach :) and yep, it's foggy!

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