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  Reply # 1944479 21-Jan-2018 18:36
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All round that was an exhilarating launch, pretty spectacular footage too

 

 

 

 


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  Reply # 1944480 21-Jan-2018 18:50
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Love the strong Kiwi accent on launch. If it was done in the USA, there would be all this elaborate commentary etc about what is going on etc. Kiwis just keep it simple and minimalist.


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  Reply # 1944516 21-Jan-2018 21:46
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Bit late to the party but have just watched the launch. What an achievement - well done all. 

 

Great video as well.


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  Reply # 1944611 22-Jan-2018 09:47
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Keeping up with the North Koreans!

 

 

 

 

 

Actually that sounds like the title for a TV show.




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  Reply # 1944949 22-Jan-2018 18:23
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Interesting:

 

https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/did-we-put-in-space-rocket-lab-boss-says-mysterious-payload-aboard-electron

 

We can see what was sent to space here I was wondering why 6 objects showed up on space track:

 

From Spacetrak
2018-10A  530 x 292 km x 82.92 deg
2018-10B  534 x 490 km x 82.93 deg
2018-10C  535 x 489 km x 82.92 deg
2018-10D  526 x 292 km x 82.92 deg
2018-10E  534 x 501 km x 82.92 deg
2018-10F  533 x 293 km x 82.92 deg


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