Tag: Zuma

Jan 14 2018

Space Industry Fanboys, Credibility Claims, And Cherry Picking – Dissecting A Twitter Discussion

Yesterday proved to be a bit interesting for me on Twitter. I was giving my own comments on the Delta IV launch yesterday, one of which was my typical congratulations tweet to United Launch Alliance, the operators of Delta IV, and the CEO of the company,  Tory Bruno. At the end, though, I left a …

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Jan 12 2018

A Follow Up On SpaceX And Zuma

Okay, a few days ago I wrote one of my usual articles regarding more interesting things with space new, this time covering the apparent loss of the mysterious Zuma satellite. I wrote about it based on what was “known” at that time, as well as what was speculated, but from a somewhat reserved standpoint – …

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Jan 09 2018

Reports Say The Mysterious “Zuma” Payload May Be Lost!

In a bit of news that I just have to write about, it appears, according to several news reports over the last 24 hours that the “Zuma” payload launched by SpaceX this past Sunday has been lost ! Of course, reports are conflicting – some sites are saying the launch was fine on SpaceX’s part, …

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