Oops: SpaceX’ Falcon Heavy core booster falls into sea AfterDawnSpaceX 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’s Center Core Booster for Falcon Heavy Rocket Is Lost at Sea Space.comSpaceX’s main Falcon Heavy booster is lost at sea after falling off drone ship Digital TrendsView full coverage on Google News
SpaceX has lost the center core of its Falcon Heavy rocket after a successful mission last week that ended with it landing on a drone ship. SpaceX said rough seas resulted in the rocket toppling over and falling into the ocean.
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How do you stop enemy drones in their tracks? DroneHunter X3 is a new autonomous anti-drone technology which outruns and then captures rogue drones in midair. Check it out in action.
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The drone operator was monitoring activities at the airport during the attack, officials believe.
What do you get when you combine an old optical drive, some empty soda bottles, and a microcontroller? Well…nothing, really. That’s still just a pile of rubbish. But if you add in a battery, an RC receiver, and some motors, you’re getting dangerously close to a fun little toy to kick around the pond as [Antonio Rizzo] recently demonstrated.
A couple of plastic bottles lashed together make up the hull of the boat, and [Antonio] has used the internal frame of an old optical drive bent at a 90 degree angle to hold the two small DC motors. In a particularly