prob. the russians
Their initial release said it was the new rocket motor...the plot thickens.I just heard the preliminary from the NTSB, (that was quick) is that it was pilot error on the part of the Co-pilot. The pilot lived, and must have made a statement.
Apparently, the Co-p, commanded a control surface movement, too soon. They were just dropped from the Mother Ship and blasting though still very thick atmosphere, going supersonic, etc and you just cannot do those kind of control displacements yet.
We will see.
You compared people to clothes you throw away when the closet gets too full.It wouldn't be on a whim. They've work hard to deserve their place in this world.
Squirrels, obviously.What are you trying to save if its just gonna go to shit anyway?
Does this qualify as genocide?I see this as a great way to reduce our population.
Build a big ass space ship and promise a new world to those who get on board.
Then just send them out into space, and "lose communications" part way into the trip.
They didn't want to be here anyway, so fuck them.
Nowadays, every week is not suitable for commercial space launching since almost everything is affected by the pandemic. However, there always will be failure and success. For example, the space industry in the UK had developed by 1972 and then the UK government had stopped funding both Blue Streak (rockets) and Black Arrow, and no more British government-backed space rockets were being developed. And now, a startup from Scotland, Skyrora has successfully launched a nano rocket, called the Skylark Nano, from the Fethaland Peninsula at North Roe on the island of Shetland on June 13 (Saturday).