|Falcon Heavy on December 28, 2017|
by Ken Kremer
|The FH on December 29,|
2017 by me. Lost...
- Photo (c) : rke
|La presse aussi s'impatiente|
de FH. La "une" de
Florida Today du 27 décembre
|Luna Sanchez et moi.|
Puis, de retour à Cap Canaveral ce vendredi 29 décembre, je me suis dépêché d’aller voir sur place (sur la côte Merritt Island Seashore), si la FH était bien dressée sur sa tour. Eh bien, non ! Avec l’hiver qui commence enfin d’arriver dans la région, par 13 degrés C. (55 degrés F.), un ciel très couvert et un vent assez fort, SpaceX a préféré rentrer son engin au chaud.
J’attends donc la sortie des deux prochaines fusées, sachant bien que je réussirai à les shooter… de mon Canon ! Elon, pour 2018, please, fais-nous un cadeau : dis-nous quand le lièvre va sortir de son trou.
|Cover of Florida Today on December 24, 2017|
[Cape Canaveral, Florida, December 29, 2017, rke] – Really, Elon Musk and SpaceX will make me go crazy. My colleagues with. First, we do not receive information about the exact time of the Falcon's exit from their hangar, or even, now, of the day. As proof the roll out of the famous "big rocket" Falcon Heavy (FH) that we look forward to. Musk surprised us by sending a Twitter with the big rocket in its assembly building, without us having the opportunity to see it from the inside, which will come sooner. Nevertheless, impatience is pawing, because this Thursday, December 28, 2017, Falcon Heavy is out of its shed, horizontally, and was erected on 39A shooting, to our surprise. So we play rocket hunters, since we are still waiting for the roll out of Falcon (Zuma) which we have a little forgotten the existence. Another rocket (the "small") to be launched around 4/5 January.
In short, this Thursday, as I did not know the roll out of Falcon, I made another round in Miami, at 202 miles from Cape Canaveral, just to change my mind. There, I was invited to do a "little" walk of 3 miles on the beach and in the shops with Luna Sanchez (not a movie star, but a young provost "princess", a fan of Swiss igloos), on holiday in Miami. So, there, I noticed immediately that the capital of Florida recovered well from hurricane Irma in September’17.
|Miami Beach at this time.|
- Photo : rke
So I'm waiting for the roll out of the next two rockets (FH+Zuma), knowing that I will succeed in shooting ... my Canon! Elon, for 2018, please, give us a present: tell us when the hare will come out of its hole.