Elon Vs Twitter + Eiger Rocket Prototype Testing | SpaceX Pink
No testing today for booster 7, Highway 4 and boca chica beach closure canceled for today, but we still have closure scheduled for Tuesday, and Wednesday. After becoming Twitter’s biggest shareholder, Elon Musk was tweeting a lot of tweets about lot of changes coming on twitter with many polls, in one of the polls he said: Convert twitter headquarter in san francisco to homeless shelter, since no one shows up anyway, about two million votes. and jeff responded: Or do portion. Worked out great and makes it easy for employees who want to volunteer. He was talking about a family homeless shelter inside Amazon’s headquarters in Seattle. Elon responded: Great idea. About 4 and half hour later, twitter CEO Parag Agrawal said: Elon has decided not to join our board, I sent a brief note to the company, sharing with you all here. And this is the full letter, you can pause the video and read it, or you can find the link in the description. Elon later deleted his tweet, and many other tweets talking about twitter. If you didn’t hear yet about pythom space, they are on a mission to create a small, light and affordable space transportation system capable of bringing payload and humans into orbit and beyond. They are now developing the Eiger rocket, a two stages rocket, the first stage powered by 9 asterex engines, they use the furfuryl alcohol as rocket fuel with nitric acid. And for the future, they are planning to develop olympus lander. And Pythom spaceship. They tested a prototype of the Eiger first stage, but with one asterex engine. The Eiger prototype positioned from horizontal to vertical position. Let’s hear the sound. It was a successful test, Eiger prototype jumped around 1 foot or two, and the aluminum tanks held up, the next test they will lose the chains and go higher. During the test you can see the CEO and the CTO of pythom space running, Tina Sjögren and Tom Sjogren, both completed the Three Poles Challenge, climbing Mount Everest and leading unsupported expeditions to the North and South Poles. We hope in the future they can have more funding to do more test Correctly, safely and satisfactorily. What Happened on this Day in Space History?. 52 years ago, April 11, 1970, it was the Apollo 13 mission launch. Saturn 5 launched from Launch Complex 39 A, carrying astronauts Jim Lovell, Jack Swigert, and Fred Haise.