Oh No! Mr macbill!!
Night sky fans are in for a treat–a total lunar eclipse is coming to parts of the planet from May 15-16, and then there is a Mars-Neptune conjunction.
Can someone explain to me why this is in the news, and especially on the front page, when this pic was taken and shown to the public in April of 2019? I get that the photo is important, and frankly magnificent, but it's 3 years old.
And they said the next flight of it might be crewed? If I were one of them I'd say no thanks, y'all need to do more tests. I still don't know why it's needed now. It costs more per flight than Crew Dragon and when Starship comes online, it'll be even cheaper. I want my tax dollars spent wisely...did I really just type that? C'mon brain, you know that's not reality!This Boeing craft continues to have problems. They needed to try 3 different thrusters to get the proper orbital insertion last night.
Today they are now on the third try to get the capsule ready to dock. They have had to retract the docking ring and should be ready to try again in about 30 minutes...
Night sky fans are in for a treat–a total lunar eclipse is coming to parts of the planet from May 15-16, and then there is a Mars-Neptune conjunction.www.goodnewsnetwork.org