Fuck yeah. Space X’s founder Elon Musk has revealed plans to send a fair amount of Earthlings to the Red Planet. Bradbury be proud. For a cool $500,000 you can be one of these first colonials, granting yourself the right to stomp around and blight Mars with the footprint of man. It isn’t an attainable amount for a fledgling academic/aspiring educator like myself, but no one wants a bipolar mess to be one of the first people to traverse the stars anyways. Send up our celebrities and capable minds, let the Martians know we are sexy and intelligent. Then unleash me upon them. I will reek of bad decisions and caffeine. I will eat their sand, bask in their solar rays!
SpaceX gets clearance to begin resupply missions to the International Space Station in October. Pumpkin Lager INC.August 30th, 2012 by Caffeine Powered
SpaceX is going to be bringing the fucking pumpkin spice to space this October. At least, that is what I would be doing if I was running the resupply missions during such a season. Getting ripped to the tits, staring at the Blue Marble from afar.
Hell yes. SpaceX wizard Elon Musk says that human beings could be on Mars in as early as 12 years. This may very well be bluster and nonsense, but who gives a shit. Let me have this, you naysaying bastards.
NASA and the FAA are teaming up to give us some new commercial space flight standards. All this means to my brain is that we’re getting some serious commercial space flight going.
The SpaceX Dragon Capsule has already given all of his space dorks swollen groins by being the first commercial-thingy to dock with the ISS. Now it is going to return home, collect the roses laid at its feet, and tongue-screw all of our mothers. We are fine with this.
The SpaceX Dragon capsule is all up at the ISS, being awesome. Holding court. One of the astronauts at the ISS has posted impressions of the capsule, and all indications is that it is super-swank mode.
SpaceX’s Dragon Capsule has successfully docked with the International Space Station. This is seventy shades of cool for us space-worshiping lads and lasses.
After a last second cancellation on Saturday, SpaceX has finally launched its Dragon capsule outside the reach of Mother Earth’s gravi-guts. Huzzah!
SpaceX had to cancel its attempted launch on Saturday at quite literally the last second. We ain’t talking the overused, played out notion of the word. They crushed the attempt with a second left, due to concerns over valves and uh, things. Tomorrow they’re going to give it another go.
If the Gods smile upon everything tomorrow as we suspect they will, the day will mark the launch of Dragon capsule and Falcon 9 rocket. Gods further willing, the son of a bitch will dock with the ISS for the first of many, many times.