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Title: Dragon returning, current livestream
Post by: SomeDutchGuy on August 01, 2020, 02:22:51 PM


This is going to be interesting again. The Crew Dragon is returning to Earth. Currently live!
Title: Re: Dragon returning, current livestream
Post by: JJA on August 01, 2020, 02:25:55 PM


This is going to be interesting again. The Crew Dragon is returning to Earth. Currently live!

I hope it all goes smoothly, and wishing them the best of luck.  I'm not superstitious... still... fingers crossed. :)
Title: Re: Dragon returning, current livestream
Post by: boydster on August 01, 2020, 08:33:40 PM
I watched the undocking and that was pretty cool. Looking forward to the splashdown tomorrow. I was trying to explain to my youngest why this was a big deal, and suddenly she remember watching the launch earlier this summer and it clicked. So she got her tablet out and started taking pictures of the TV screen that was playing a YouTube live stream. You know, for archival purposes. She'll be a great person to have on IT staff one day to help them appreciate redundant backups.
Title: Re: Dragon returning, current livestream
Post by: SomeDutchGuy on August 02, 2020, 02:00:08 AM
I watched the undocking and that was pretty cool. Looking forward to the splashdown tomorrow. I was trying to explain to my youngest why this was a big deal, and suddenly she remember watching the launch earlier this summer and it clicked. So she got her tablet out and started taking pictures of the TV screen that was playing a YouTube live stream. You know, for archival purposes. She'll be a great person to have on IT staff one day to help them appreciate redundant backups.

That's a smart kid!  ;D
Title: Re: Dragon returning, current livestream
Post by: hoppy on August 02, 2020, 05:20:07 AM
(in a computer voice) I am programmed to believe all NASA livestreams.
Title: Re: Dragon returning, current livestream
Post by: Bullwinkle on August 03, 2020, 12:18:11 AM
I watched the undocking and that was pretty cool. Looking forward to the splashdown tomorrow. I was trying to explain to my youngest why this was a big deal, and suddenly she remember watching the launch earlier this summer and it clicked. So she got her tablet out and started taking pictures of the TV screen that was playing a YouTube live stream. You know, for archival purposes. She'll be a great person to have on IT staff one day to help them appreciate redundant backups.


Tell her Bullwinkle thinks she's awesome.   ;D
Title: Re: Dragon returning, current livestream
Post by: Heiwa on August 03, 2020, 03:35:00 AM
I saw a recording of it on German TV. Fantastic. The Dragon capsule dropped into the water and didn't sink after 24 hours of re-entry from space. And then a vessel lifted it up on its deck after 10 hours in the water and the capsule was opened. The crew could finally go to the toilet. What a show.
Title: Re: Dragon returning, current livestream
Post by: totallackey on August 03, 2020, 04:34:33 AM
I wonder why they didn't land out in the open on the booster?
Title: Re: Dragon returning, current livestream
Post by: JJA on August 03, 2020, 05:01:44 AM
I saw a recording of it on German TV. Fantastic. The Dragon capsule dropped into the water and didn't sink after 24 hours of re-entry from space. And then a vessel lifted it up on its deck after 10 hours in the water and the capsule was opened. The crew could finally go to the toilet. What a show.

Where do you get your information?  Do you just make up numbers and facts and not bother to actually look anything up? 

The entire trip took 18 hours, not 24.

The re-entry portion took an hour.  The capsule performed it's final burn at 2pm and splashed down at 3pm.

They didn't sit in the water for 10 hours!

Everything you said was wrong, and anyone who actually watched it live knows it.  Quit just making things up and lying.
Title: Re: Dragon returning, current livestream
Post by: Heiwa on August 03, 2020, 06:12:38 AM
I saw a recording of it on German TV. Fantastic. The Dragon capsule dropped into the water and didn't sink after 24 hours of re-entry from space. And then a vessel lifted it up on its deck after 10 hours in the water and the capsule was opened. The crew could finally go to the toilet. What a show.

Where do you get your information?  Do you just make up numbers and facts and not bother to actually look anything up? 

The entire trip took 18 hours, not 24.

The re-entry portion took an hour.  The capsule performed it's final burn at 2pm and splashed down at 3pm.

They didn't sit in the water for 10 hours!

Everything you said was wrong, and anyone who actually watched it live knows it.  Quit just making things up and lying.

Well, the Dragon left the Space Station at 400 000 m altitude and 7000 m/s speed at a certain time - the direction was horizontal - and made a first burn to enter the atmosphere at 120 000 m altitude and 7500 m/s speed and unknown direction at another time. Going through the atmosphere at a certain angle only way to slow down was using air friction which is 0 at 120 000 m altitude but one way or other the Dragon arrived at 10 000 m altitude and 100 m/s speed so it could release parachutes and drop into the Gulf of Mexico a mile from the Florida shore. Plenty pleasure boats arrived at the Dragon and after a while a SpaceX offshore vessel arrived and lifted the Dragon aboard and after some time they could open a hatch and allow the heroes aboard to visit the toilet. How the Dragon steering was done is better not asked for.
Title: Re: Dragon returning, current livestream
Post by: JJA on August 03, 2020, 06:33:38 AM
I saw a recording of it on German TV. Fantastic. The Dragon capsule dropped into the water and didn't sink after 24 hours of re-entry from space. And then a vessel lifted it up on its deck after 10 hours in the water and the capsule was opened. The crew could finally go to the toilet. What a show.

Where do you get your information?  Do you just make up numbers and facts and not bother to actually look anything up? 

The entire trip took 18 hours, not 24.

The re-entry portion took an hour.  The capsule performed it's final burn at 2pm and splashed down at 3pm.

They didn't sit in the water for 10 hours!

Everything you said was wrong, and anyone who actually watched it live knows it.  Quit just making things up and lying.

Well, the Dragon left the Space Station at 400 000 m altitude and 7000 m/s speed at a certain time - the direction was horizontal - and made a first burn to enter the atmosphere at 120 000 m altitude and 7500 m/s speed and unknown direction at another time. Going through the atmosphere at a certain angle only way to slow down was using air friction which is 0 at 120 000 m altitude but one way or other the Dragon arrived at 10 000 m altitude and 100 m/s speed so it could release parachutes and drop into the Gulf of Mexico a mile from the Florida shore. Plenty pleasure boats arrived at the Dragon and after a while a SpaceX offshore vessel arrived and lifted the Dragon aboard and after some time they could open a hatch and allow the heroes aboard to visit the toilet. How the Dragon steering was done is better not asked for.

Once again, you not being able to understand how it's done doesn't mean it's fake.  It just means you don't understand.

When a normal person doesn't understand something they try and learn about it, they don't assume that it must mean it's a vast conspiracy because they are so smart that anything that doesn't make sense must be a lie.

The fault is in your own understanding, not the dragon capsule.

If you really, truly wanted to know how it steered, you could just look it up.
Title: Re: Dragon returning, current livestream
Post by: Heiwa on August 03, 2020, 06:45:25 AM
I saw a recording of it on German TV. Fantastic. The Dragon capsule dropped into the water and didn't sink after 24 hours of re-entry from space. And then a vessel lifted it up on its deck after 10 hours in the water and the capsule was opened. The crew could finally go to the toilet. What a show.

Where do you get your information?  Do you just make up numbers and facts and not bother to actually look anything up? 

The entire trip took 18 hours, not 24.

The re-entry portion took an hour.  The capsule performed it's final burn at 2pm and splashed down at 3pm.

They didn't sit in the water for 10 hours!

Everything you said was wrong, and anyone who actually watched it live knows it.  Quit just making things up and lying.

Well, the Dragon left the Space Station at 400 000 m altitude and 7000 m/s speed at a certain time - the direction was horizontal - and made a first burn to enter the atmosphere at 120 000 m altitude and 7500 m/s speed and unknown direction at another time. Going through the atmosphere at a certain angle only way to slow down was using air friction which is 0 at 120 000 m altitude but one way or other the Dragon arrived at 10 000 m altitude and 100 m/s speed so it could release parachutes and drop into the Gulf of Mexico a mile from the Florida shore. Plenty pleasure boats arrived at the Dragon and after a while a SpaceX offshore vessel arrived and lifted the Dragon aboard and after some time they could open a hatch and allow the heroes aboard to visit the toilet. How the Dragon steering was done is better not asked for.

Once again, you not being able to understand how it's done doesn't mean it's fake.  It just means you don't understand.

When a normal person doesn't understand something they try and learn about it, they don't assume that it must mean it's a vast conspiracy because they are so smart that anything that doesn't make sense must be a lie.

The fault is in your own understanding, not the dragon capsule.

If you really, truly wanted to know how it steered, you could just look it up.
You are right.  I do not understand how Dragon can leave space at high speed and land 18-24 hours later a mile outside Florida among some pleasure boats. Asking for details about Dragon braking and trajectory doesn't help. German media just report the fake news.
Title: Re: Dragon returning, current livestream
Post by: JJA on August 03, 2020, 07:20:16 AM
I saw a recording of it on German TV. Fantastic. The Dragon capsule dropped into the water and didn't sink after 24 hours of re-entry from space. And then a vessel lifted it up on its deck after 10 hours in the water and the capsule was opened. The crew could finally go to the toilet. What a show.

Where do you get your information?  Do you just make up numbers and facts and not bother to actually look anything up? 

The entire trip took 18 hours, not 24.

The re-entry portion took an hour.  The capsule performed it's final burn at 2pm and splashed down at 3pm.

They didn't sit in the water for 10 hours!

Everything you said was wrong, and anyone who actually watched it live knows it.  Quit just making things up and lying.

Well, the Dragon left the Space Station at 400 000 m altitude and 7000 m/s speed at a certain time - the direction was horizontal - and made a first burn to enter the atmosphere at 120 000 m altitude and 7500 m/s speed and unknown direction at another time. Going through the atmosphere at a certain angle only way to slow down was using air friction which is 0 at 120 000 m altitude but one way or other the Dragon arrived at 10 000 m altitude and 100 m/s speed so it could release parachutes and drop into the Gulf of Mexico a mile from the Florida shore. Plenty pleasure boats arrived at the Dragon and after a while a SpaceX offshore vessel arrived and lifted the Dragon aboard and after some time they could open a hatch and allow the heroes aboard to visit the toilet. How the Dragon steering was done is better not asked for.

Once again, you not being able to understand how it's done doesn't mean it's fake.  It just means you don't understand.

When a normal person doesn't understand something they try and learn about it, they don't assume that it must mean it's a vast conspiracy because they are so smart that anything that doesn't make sense must be a lie.

The fault is in your own understanding, not the dragon capsule.

If you really, truly wanted to know how it steered, you could just look it up.
You are right.  I do not understand how Dragon can leave space at high speed and land 18-24 hours later a mile outside Florida among some pleasure boats. Asking for details about Dragon braking and trajectory doesn't help. German media just report the fake news.

I'd try and explain it, but as you have stated so many timed before, you can't understand, and refuse any explanation as lies.

I'm just glad they returned safely.  It's a dangerous job, but luckily people who actually understand physics are in charge.
Title: Re: Dragon returning, current livestream
Post by: Heiwa on August 03, 2020, 07:50:15 AM

I'd try and explain it, but as you have stated so many timed before, you can't understand, and refuse any explanation as lies.

I'm just glad they returned safely.  It's a dangerous job, but luckily people who actually understand physics are in charge.

Thanks. But how did they visit a toilet in space? Are there toilets there? And showers? And what did they eat? Vacuum dried lobsters?
Title: Re: Dragon returning, current livestream
Post by: JJA on August 03, 2020, 10:08:34 AM

I'd try and explain it, but as you have stated so many timed before, you can't understand, and refuse any explanation as lies.

I'm just glad they returned safely.  It's a dangerous job, but luckily people who actually understand physics are in charge.

Thanks. But how did they visit a toilet in space? Are there toilets there? And showers? And what did they eat? Vacuum dried lobsters?

You do this in every thread, you ask questions, then claim all the answers are lies.

Look this stuff up yourself, there are lots of videos on how they go to the bathroom.

Why do you keep posting your ignorance of easily obtainable information?
Title: Re: Dragon returning, current livestream
Post by: Heiwa on August 03, 2020, 12:11:32 PM

I'd try and explain it, but as you have stated so many timed before, you can't understand, and refuse any explanation as lies.

I'm just glad they returned safely.  It's a dangerous job, but luckily people who actually understand physics are in charge.

Thanks. But how did they visit a toilet in space? Are there toilets there? And showers? And what did they eat? Vacuum dried lobsters?

You do this in every thread, you ask questions, then claim all the answers are lies.

Look this stuff up yourself, there are lots of videos on how they go to the bathroom.

Why do you keep posting your ignorance of easily obtainable information?
Please, there is no bathroom in the Dragon capsule. And how to remove your space suit when visiting it?
Title: Re: Dragon returning, current livestream
Post by: JJA on August 03, 2020, 12:25:28 PM

I'd try and explain it, but as you have stated so many timed before, you can't understand, and refuse any explanation as lies.

I'm just glad they returned safely.  It's a dangerous job, but luckily people who actually understand physics are in charge.

Thanks. But how did they visit a toilet in space? Are there toilets there? And showers? And what did they eat? Vacuum dried lobsters?

You do this in every thread, you ask questions, then claim all the answers are lies.

Look this stuff up yourself, there are lots of videos on how they go to the bathroom.

Why do you keep posting your ignorance of easily obtainable information?
Please, there is no bathroom in the Dragon capsule. And how to remove your space suit when visiting it?

You are showing your ignorance again. There is a toilet on the capsule. Why do you keep making things up as if they were facts? And asking questions that are easily answered?

It must be so confusing to live in a world where you can't understand how anything could work, so it must be fake.

Again, go look things up BEFORE you post about it. You can find answers to all your questions if you bother to look.
Title: Re: Dragon returning, current livestream
Post by: MouseWalker on August 03, 2020, 12:48:39 PM

I'd try and explain it, but as you have stated so many timed before, you can't understand, and refuse any explanation as lies.

I'm just glad they returned safely.  It's a dangerous job, but luckily people who actually understand physics are in charge.

Thanks. But how did they visit a toilet in space? Are there toilets there? And showers? And what did they eat? Vacuum dried lobsters?
What do you want: have them, video them taking a  P or  shit, you do know that would be censored.
now for a showers; a sponge bath is most likely.
Title: Re: Dragon returning, current livestream
Post by: markjo on August 03, 2020, 01:15:52 PM
Please, there is no bathroom in the Dragon capsule. And how to remove your space suit when visiting it?

There is enough room in the capsule to doff and don the space suit as needed.  As for using the toilet...
Quote from: https://www.space.com/spacex-crew-dragon-space-toilet-mystery.html
However, it's possible that it won't be getting much use at all. According to former NASA astronaut and current SpaceX consultant Garrett Reisman, his encounters with space toilet technology were so uncomfortable that astronauts would often just "hold it."

"I can tell you from personal experience, and data collected by NASA ó it's kind of like going on a camping trip, in the sense that, for the first 24 hours, your body kind of shuts down a little bit as far as the digestive system goes," Reisman told Space.com. "So, I guess where Iím going with this is, I donít think there's going to be a whole lot of pooping on Dragon.Ē
Title: Re: Dragon returning, current livestream
Post by: Heiwa on August 03, 2020, 09:07:39 PM
Please, there is no bathroom in the Dragon capsule. And how to remove your space suit when visiting it?

There is enough room in the capsule to doff and don the space suit as needed.  As for using the toilet...
Quote from: https://www.space.com/spacex-crew-dragon-space-toilet-mystery.html
However, it's possible that it won't be getting much use at all. According to former NASA astronaut and current SpaceX consultant Garrett Reisman, his encounters with space toilet technology were so uncomfortable that astronauts would often just "hold it."

"I can tell you from personal experience, and data collected by NASA ó it's kind of like going on a camping trip, in the sense that, for the first 24 hours, your body kind of shuts down a little bit as far as the digestive system goes," Reisman told Space.com. "So, I guess where Iím going with this is, I donít think there's going to be a whole lot of pooping on Dragon.Ē
Imagine that Leon Musk pays Garrett Reisman to produce that shit!
Title: Re: Dragon returning, current livestream
Post by: MaNaeSWolf on August 04, 2020, 02:40:01 AM
The real exciting thing is that this capsule will be reused for NASA again to drop the cost of the next launch.
Also, SpaceX is doing a 150m hop of a starship prototype this week sometime.
Title: Re: Dragon returning, current livestream
Post by: JJA on August 04, 2020, 05:26:50 AM
Please, there is no bathroom in the Dragon capsule. And how to remove your space suit when visiting it?

There is enough room in the capsule to doff and don the space suit as needed.  As for using the toilet...
Quote from: https://www.space.com/spacex-crew-dragon-space-toilet-mystery.html
However, it's possible that it won't be getting much use at all. According to former NASA astronaut and current SpaceX consultant Garrett Reisman, his encounters with space toilet technology were so uncomfortable that astronauts would often just "hold it."

"I can tell you from personal experience, and data collected by NASA ó it's kind of like going on a camping trip, in the sense that, for the first 24 hours, your body kind of shuts down a little bit as far as the digestive system goes," Reisman told Space.com. "So, I guess where Iím going with this is, I donít think there's going to be a whole lot of pooping on Dragon.Ē
Imagine that Leon Musk pays Garrett Reisman to produce that shit!

Imagine actually providing some evidence instead of just making up things and calling everyone a liar and part of a conspiracy.
Title: Re: Dragon returning, current livestream
Post by: wise on August 04, 2020, 05:28:49 AM
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Title: Re: Dragon returning, current livestream
Post by: frenat on August 04, 2020, 05:30:05 AM
I saw a recording of it on German TV. Fantastic. The Dragon capsule dropped into the water and didn't sink after 24 hours of re-entry from space. And then a vessel lifted it up on its deck after 10 hours in the water and the capsule was opened. The crew could finally go to the toilet. What a show.

Where do you get your information?  Do you just make up numbers and facts and not bother to actually look anything up? 

The entire trip took 18 hours, not 24.

The re-entry portion took an hour.  The capsule performed it's final burn at 2pm and splashed down at 3pm.

They didn't sit in the water for 10 hours!

Everything you said was wrong, and anyone who actually watched it live knows it.  Quit just making things up and lying.

Well, the Dragon left the Space Station at 400 000 m altitude and 7000 m/s speed at a certain time - the direction was horizontal - and made a first burn to enter the atmosphere at 120 000 m altitude and 7500 m/s speed and unknown direction at another time. Going through the atmosphere at a certain angle only way to slow down was using air friction which is 0 at 120 000 m altitude but one way or other the Dragon arrived at 10 000 m altitude and 100 m/s speed so it could release parachutes and drop into the Gulf of Mexico a mile from the Florida shore. Plenty pleasure boats arrived at the Dragon and after a while a SpaceX offshore vessel arrived and lifted the Dragon aboard and after some time they could open a hatch and allow the heroes aboard to visit the toilet. How the Dragon steering was done is better not asked for.
Yes, we know you don't understand it so you think it must be faked. We know you also don't care to even try to understand it. Go away troll.
Title: Re: Dragon returning, current livestream
Post by: Heiwa on August 04, 2020, 05:44:46 AM
I saw a recording of it on German TV. Fantastic. The Dragon capsule dropped into the water and didn't sink after 24 hours of re-entry from space. And then a vessel lifted it up on its deck after 10 hours in the water and the capsule was opened. The crew could finally go to the toilet. What a show.

Where do you get your information?  Do you just make up numbers and facts and not bother to actually look anything up? 

The entire trip took 18 hours, not 24.

The re-entry portion took an hour.  The capsule performed it's final burn at 2pm and splashed down at 3pm.

They didn't sit in the water for 10 hours!

Everything you said was wrong, and anyone who actually watched it live knows it.  Quit just making things up and lying.

Well, the Dragon left the Space Station at 400 000 m altitude and 7000 m/s speed at a certain time - the direction was horizontal - and made a first burn to enter the atmosphere at 120 000 m altitude and 7500 m/s speed and unknown direction at another time. Going through the atmosphere at a certain angle only way to slow down was using air friction which is 0 at 120 000 m altitude but one way or other the Dragon arrived at 10 000 m altitude and 100 m/s speed so it could release parachutes and drop into the Gulf of Mexico a mile from the Florida shore. Plenty pleasure boats arrived at the Dragon and after a while a SpaceX offshore vessel arrived and lifted the Dragon aboard and after some time they could open a hatch and allow the heroes aboard to visit the toilet. How the Dragon steering was done is better not asked for.
Yes, we know you don't understand it so you think it must be faked. We know you also don't care to even try to understand it. Go away troll.
No, I saw on TV a capsule dropping down into the sea from the sky outside Florida and soon plenty pleasure boats were around it. Later a bigger boat arrived and lifted it up. A hatch was opened and two persons came out and rushed to the toilet. It was suggested that the capsule arrived from space 400 000 m higher up. My understanding is that the capsule was dropped from a cargo plane at 10 000 m altitude.
And then Elon Musk arrived and announced how fantastic it was that his capsule dropped down from the universe among Florida pleasure boats and then I understood it was some PR for Tesla cars. 
Title: Re: Dragon returning, current livestream
Post by: frenat on August 04, 2020, 05:48:20 AM
I saw a recording of it on German TV. Fantastic. The Dragon capsule dropped into the water and didn't sink after 24 hours of re-entry from space. And then a vessel lifted it up on its deck after 10 hours in the water and the capsule was opened. The crew could finally go to the toilet. What a show.

Where do you get your information?  Do you just make up numbers and facts and not bother to actually look anything up? 

The entire trip took 18 hours, not 24.

The re-entry portion took an hour.  The capsule performed it's final burn at 2pm and splashed down at 3pm.

They didn't sit in the water for 10 hours!

Everything you said was wrong, and anyone who actually watched it live knows it.  Quit just making things up and lying.

Well, the Dragon left the Space Station at 400 000 m altitude and 7000 m/s speed at a certain time - the direction was horizontal - and made a first burn to enter the atmosphere at 120 000 m altitude and 7500 m/s speed and unknown direction at another time. Going through the atmosphere at a certain angle only way to slow down was using air friction which is 0 at 120 000 m altitude but one way or other the Dragon arrived at 10 000 m altitude and 100 m/s speed so it could release parachutes and drop into the Gulf of Mexico a mile from the Florida shore. Plenty pleasure boats arrived at the Dragon and after a while a SpaceX offshore vessel arrived and lifted the Dragon aboard and after some time they could open a hatch and allow the heroes aboard to visit the toilet. How the Dragon steering was done is better not asked for.
Yes, we know you don't understand it so you think it must be faked. We know you also don't care to even try to understand it. Go away troll.
No, I saw on TV a capsule dropping down into the sea from the sky outside Florida and soon plenty pleasure boats were around it. Later a bigger boat arrived and lifted it up. A hatch were opened and two persons came out and rushed to the toilet. It was suggested that the capsule arrived from space 400 000 m higher up. I just think the capsule was dropped from a cargo plane at 10 000 m altitude.
That's a lot of words to say I don't understand it so I assume it is faked.
Title: Re: Dragon returning, current livestream
Post by: Heiwa on August 04, 2020, 05:51:39 AM
I saw a recording of it on German TV. Fantastic. The Dragon capsule dropped into the water and didn't sink after 24 hours of re-entry from space. And then a vessel lifted it up on its deck after 10 hours in the water and the capsule was opened. The crew could finally go to the toilet. What a show.

Where do you get your information?  Do you just make up numbers and facts and not bother to actually look anything up? 

The entire trip took 18 hours, not 24.

The re-entry portion took an hour.  The capsule performed it's final burn at 2pm and splashed down at 3pm.

They didn't sit in the water for 10 hours!

Everything you said was wrong, and anyone who actually watched it live knows it.  Quit just making things up and lying.

Well, the Dragon left the Space Station at 400 000 m altitude and 7000 m/s speed at a certain time - the direction was horizontal - and made a first burn to enter the atmosphere at 120 000 m altitude and 7500 m/s speed and unknown direction at another time. Going through the atmosphere at a certain angle only way to slow down was using air friction which is 0 at 120 000 m altitude but one way or other the Dragon arrived at 10 000 m altitude and 100 m/s speed so it could release parachutes and drop into the Gulf of Mexico a mile from the Florida shore. Plenty pleasure boats arrived at the Dragon and after a while a SpaceX offshore vessel arrived and lifted the Dragon aboard and after some time they could open a hatch and allow the heroes aboard to visit the toilet. How the Dragon steering was done is better not asked for.
Yes, we know you don't understand it so you think it must be faked. We know you also don't care to even try to understand it. Go away troll.
No, I saw on TV a capsule dropping down into the sea from the sky outside Florida and soon plenty pleasure boats were around it. Later a bigger boat arrived and lifted it up. A hatch were opened and two persons came out and rushed to the toilet. It was suggested that the capsule arrived from space 400 000 m higher up. I just think the capsule was dropped from a cargo plane at 10 000 m altitude.
That's a lot of words to say I don't understand it so I assume it is faked.
No, I say what my understanding is. The capsule was dropped off from a passing plane. The capsule was never in space.
Title: Re: Dragon returning, current livestream
Post by: wise on August 04, 2020, 05:53:13 AM
I saw a recording of it on German TV. Fantastic. The Dragon capsule dropped into the water and didn't sink after 24 hours of re-entry from space. And then a vessel lifted it up on its deck after 10 hours in the water and the capsule was opened. The crew could finally go to the toilet. What a show.

Where do you get your information?  Do you just make up numbers and facts and not bother to actually look anything up? 

The entire trip took 18 hours, not 24.

The re-entry portion took an hour.  The capsule performed it's final burn at 2pm and splashed down at 3pm.

They didn't sit in the water for 10 hours!

Everything you said was wrong, and anyone who actually watched it live knows it.  Quit just making things up and lying.

Well, the Dragon left the Space Station at 400 000 m altitude and 7000 m/s speed at a certain time - the direction was horizontal - and made a first burn to enter the atmosphere at 120 000 m altitude and 7500 m/s speed and unknown direction at another time. Going through the atmosphere at a certain angle only way to slow down was using air friction which is 0 at 120 000 m altitude but one way or other the Dragon arrived at 10 000 m altitude and 100 m/s speed so it could release parachutes and drop into the Gulf of Mexico a mile from the Florida shore. Plenty pleasure boats arrived at the Dragon and after a while a SpaceX offshore vessel arrived and lifted the Dragon aboard and after some time they could open a hatch and allow the heroes aboard to visit the toilet. How the Dragon steering was done is better not asked for.
Yes, we know you don't understand it so you think it must be faked. We know you also don't care to even try to understand it. Go away troll.
No, I saw on TV a capsule dropping down into the sea from the sky outside Florida and soon plenty pleasure boats were around it. Later a bigger boat arrived and lifted it up. A hatch were opened and two persons came out and rushed to the toilet. It was suggested that the capsule arrived from space 400 000 m higher up. I just think the capsule was dropped from a cargo plane at 10 000 m altitude.
That's a lot of words to say I don't understand it so I assume it is faked.
No, I say what my understanding is. The capsule was dropped off from a passing plane. The capsule was never in space.
You are right. Thanks for enlighten us.
Title: Re: Dragon returning, current livestream
Post by: frenat on August 04, 2020, 05:59:29 AM
I saw a recording of it on German TV. Fantastic. The Dragon capsule dropped into the water and didn't sink after 24 hours of re-entry from space. And then a vessel lifted it up on its deck after 10 hours in the water and the capsule was opened. The crew could finally go to the toilet. What a show.

Where do you get your information?  Do you just make up numbers and facts and not bother to actually look anything up? 

The entire trip took 18 hours, not 24.

The re-entry portion took an hour.  The capsule performed it's final burn at 2pm and splashed down at 3pm.

They didn't sit in the water for 10 hours!

Everything you said was wrong, and anyone who actually watched it live knows it.  Quit just making things up and lying.

Well, the Dragon left the Space Station at 400 000 m altitude and 7000 m/s speed at a certain time - the direction was horizontal - and made a first burn to enter the atmosphere at 120 000 m altitude and 7500 m/s speed and unknown direction at another time. Going through the atmosphere at a certain angle only way to slow down was using air friction which is 0 at 120 000 m altitude but one way or other the Dragon arrived at 10 000 m altitude and 100 m/s speed so it could release parachutes and drop into the Gulf of Mexico a mile from the Florida shore. Plenty pleasure boats arrived at the Dragon and after a while a SpaceX offshore vessel arrived and lifted the Dragon aboard and after some time they could open a hatch and allow the heroes aboard to visit the toilet. How the Dragon steering was done is better not asked for.
Yes, we know you don't understand it so you think it must be faked. We know you also don't care to even try to understand it. Go away troll.
No, I saw on TV a capsule dropping down into the sea from the sky outside Florida and soon plenty pleasure boats were around it. Later a bigger boat arrived and lifted it up. A hatch were opened and two persons came out and rushed to the toilet. It was suggested that the capsule arrived from space 400 000 m higher up. I just think the capsule was dropped from a cargo plane at 10 000 m altitude.
That's a lot of words to say I don't understand it so I assume it is faked.
No, I say what my understanding is. The capsule was dropped off from a passing plane. The capsule was never in space.
And you "understand" that only because you refuse to try to learn. Again, that's a lot of words to say I don't understand it so I assume it is faked. At least you're good for humor!
Title: Re: Dragon returning, current livestream
Post by: JJA on August 04, 2020, 06:09:28 AM
I saw a recording of it on German TV. Fantastic. The Dragon capsule dropped into the water and didn't sink after 24 hours of re-entry from space. And then a vessel lifted it up on its deck after 10 hours in the water and the capsule was opened. The crew could finally go to the toilet. What a show.

Where do you get your information?  Do you just make up numbers and facts and not bother to actually look anything up? 

The entire trip took 18 hours, not 24.

The re-entry portion took an hour.  The capsule performed it's final burn at 2pm and splashed down at 3pm.

They didn't sit in the water for 10 hours!

Everything you said was wrong, and anyone who actually watched it live knows it.  Quit just making things up and lying.

Well, the Dragon left the Space Station at 400 000 m altitude and 7000 m/s speed at a certain time - the direction was horizontal - and made a first burn to enter the atmosphere at 120 000 m altitude and 7500 m/s speed and unknown direction at another time. Going through the atmosphere at a certain angle only way to slow down was using air friction which is 0 at 120 000 m altitude but one way or other the Dragon arrived at 10 000 m altitude and 100 m/s speed so it could release parachutes and drop into the Gulf of Mexico a mile from the Florida shore. Plenty pleasure boats arrived at the Dragon and after a while a SpaceX offshore vessel arrived and lifted the Dragon aboard and after some time they could open a hatch and allow the heroes aboard to visit the toilet. How the Dragon steering was done is better not asked for.
Yes, we know you don't understand it so you think it must be faked. We know you also don't care to even try to understand it. Go away troll.
No, I saw on TV a capsule dropping down into the sea from the sky outside Florida and soon plenty pleasure boats were around it. Later a bigger boat arrived and lifted it up. A hatch was opened and two persons came out and rushed to the toilet. It was suggested that the capsule arrived from space 400 000 m higher up. My understanding is that the capsule was dropped from a cargo plane at 10 000 m altitude.
And then Elon Musk arrived and announced how fantastic it was that his capsule dropped down from the universe among Florida pleasure boats and then I understood it was some PR for Tesla cars.

Again you are literally just rambling and making things up.

They rushed to the toilet?  Where did you get that?  What is the Flat Earth obsession with space poop?  I swear no talk about astronouts ever happens without someone demanding to see space toilets.

Your understanding is nothing of the sort, you DON'T understand.  You didn't 'understand' anything you are just making up fantasies in your head.

Provide some evidence or at least quit just making stuff up.
Title: Re: Dragon returning, current livestream
Post by: Heiwa on August 04, 2020, 10:55:18 AM
heiwas only area of expertise is sewage and toilets, and even then it apparently took him nearly 2 years to unblock a ships toilet. No wonder no one ever hires him.
see here:
https://www.theflatearthsociety.org/forum/index.php?topic=26083.msg2273498#msg2273498
Just listen to Lone Skum when he explains the Dragon sewage system.