In the era of social media, events such as the fire at Notre Dame cathedral are experienced by a global audience in real-time. From New York to Tokyo, millions of people were glued to their smartphones and computers, waiting for the latest update from media outlets and even individuals who were on the ground documenting the fearsome blaze. For twelve grueling hours, the fate of the 850 year old Parisian icon hung in the balance, and for a time it looked like the worst was inevitable.
The fires have been fully extinguished, the smoke has cleared, and in the light of
SpaceX Booster Tips Over at Sea Due to Waves News 13 OrlandoSpaceX landed its three Falcon Heavy boosters without flaw. Then a stormy sea knocked one of them down CNNSpaceX loses Falcon Heavy’s center booster to the sea EngadgetSpaceX loses the center core of its Falcon Heavy rocket due to choppy seas The VergeSpaceX lost its Falcon Heavy core booster to the ocean Yahoo NewsView full coverage on Google News
Over on Hackaday.io we have a lot of people playing around with the possibilities presented by cheap printed circuit boards. Whether that means making a quadcopter from fiberglass or a speaker from etched copper, we’ve seen just about everything. Now, finally, we have a miniature magnetic racetrack. It’s an ant highway, or a linear motor wrapped around into a circle. Or a tiny-scale model railroad. Either way it’s very, very cool.
The ant highway comes from [bobricius], one of the many makers tinkering around with coils and traces. This time he’s built a ten centimeter square board that is, effectively, a
SpaceX rockets land successfully only to be damaged in rough seas KSBY San Luis Obispo NewsSpaceX lost its Falcon Heavy core booster to the ocean BGRSpaceX loses Falcon Heavy’s center booster to the sea EngadgetSpaceX loses the center core of its Falcon Heavy rocket due to choppy seas The VergeA SpaceX rocket survived space but was torn apart by high seas Business InsiderView full coverage on Google News
On Thursday, SpaceX landed three of its booster rockets in one very impressive feat.
While the two side boosters landed safely on the ground at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, the center core landed out in the Atlantic Ocean on the “Of Course I Still Love You” droneship.
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That meant SpaceX had to go and retrieve the booster, but sadly, rough conditions on the seas resulted in the booster accidentally falling into the ocean, as reported by The Verge.
Falcon Heavy’s center core has landed on the Of Course I Still Love You droneship! pic.twitter