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Dream number 12450 13 December 2019 7 psychic prediction
The upcoming SpaceX launch failure will be caused by this simple thermal switch at this junction, a huge explosion... I could feel the heat in my dream. (censored, login to view more)

Dream number 12450 13 December 2019 7 psychic prediction

The upcoming SpaceX launch failure will be caused by this simple thermal switch at this junction, a huge explosion... I could feel the heat in my dream. (censored, login to view more)

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brian2030   [Dec 20, 2019 at 02:51 PM]
Boeing Starliner won't make it to ISS after first launch runs into problems The uncrewed test flight burned too much fuel after its launch Friday, so it won't reach the space station as planned. Jackson Ryan mugshot Sean Keane mugshot Jackson Ryan , Sean Keane December 20, 2019 7:00 AM PST LISTEN - 02:10 boeingcst100 Boeing's Starliner, atop the United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket. NASA/Boeing Boeing's CST-100 Starliner, a new capsule designed to ferry astronauts to space, cut through the predawn light Friday in Florida atop an Atlas V rocket. The launch itself marked an important milestone in NASA's plan to launch astronauts from US soil to the International Space Station for the first time since 2011. However, Starliner ran into problems. It suffered "off-nominal insertion" getting into orbit and used too much fuel, according to Boeing. So it cannot reach the ISS. Ever since the retirement of NASA's space shuttle program in 2011, US astronauts have been hitching rides to the ISS aboard Russian rockets. NASA's Commercial Crew Program is meant to bring those capabilities back to the US and has entrusted SpaceX and Boeing to do so. Unlike Boeing's Starliner, SpaceX's Crew Dragon successfully made it to the space station in a historic mission in March. "The Kennedy Space Center is back," NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine said before Friday's launch. "The commercial partners are doing amazing things, it feels really good to be here right now." Just over an hour after Bridenstine's optimistic comments, United Launch Alliance's Atlas V rocket carried the Starliner capsule, containing a dummy astronaut named Rosie, toward the space station. However, Starliner had issues that led it to burn too much fuel. Jim Bridenstine ✔ @JimBridenstine · 6h Update: #Starliner had a Mission Elapsed Time (MET) anomaly causing the spacecraft to believe that it was in an orbital insertion burn, when it was not.

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