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The Megalomaniac (Mwhaha): 2014-06-01 Partizan in the Park

The Megalomaniac (Mwhaha): 2014-06-01 Partizan in the Park

SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket, standing 229 feet tall, on its Cape Canaveral launch pad earlier this week. Credit: SpaceX

SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket, standing 229 feet tall, on its Cape Canaveral launch pad earlier this week. Credit: SpaceX

Long exposure of launch, re-entry, and landing burns of SpaceX Falcon 9 on Dec. 21, 2015. Credit: SpaceX

Long exposure of launch, re-entry, and landing burns of SpaceX Falcon 9 on Dec. 21, 2015. Credit: SpaceX

See the dramatic landing in this SpaceX video taken from a nearby helicopter: SpaceX Falcon 9 in final seconds of descent to successful touchdown at Landing Zone 1 on Dec 21, 2015. Credit: Chuck Higgins

See the dramatic landing in this SpaceX video taken from a nearby helicopter: SpaceX Falcon 9 in final seconds of descent to successful touchdown at Landing Zone 1 on Dec 21, 2015. Credit: Chuck Higgins

Elon Musk’s dream and ultimate goal of establishing a permanent human presence on the Red Planet in the form of “A City on Mars” took a gigantic step forward with the game changing rocket landing and recovery technology vividly demonstrated by his firm’s Falcon 9 booster this past Monday, Dec. 21

Elon Musk’s dream and ultimate goal of establishing a permanent human presence on the Red Planet in the form of “A City on Mars” took a gigantic step forward with the game changing rocket landing and recovery technology vividly demonstrated by his firm’s Falcon 9 booster this past Monday, Dec. 21

f9 returns to flight today Photo credit: Stephen Clark/Spaceflight Now

f9 returns to flight today Photo credit: Stephen Clark/Spaceflight Now

Up close post landing ocean view of SpaceX Falcon 9 at Landing Zone 1 the day after first stage touchdown at Landing Zone 1 on Dec 21, 2015 at Cape Canaveral, Fla.  Credit: Jeff Seibert/AmericaSpace

Up close post landing ocean view of SpaceX Falcon 9 at Landing Zone 1 the day after first stage touchdown at Landing Zone 1 on Dec 21, 2015 at Cape Canaveral, Fla. Credit: Jeff Seibert/AmericaSpace

Blastoff of SpaceX Falcon 9 from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station on Dec. 21, 2015. 10  minutes later the first stage successfully landed vertically back at the Cape in a historic first time feat.   Credit: Julian Leek

Blastoff of SpaceX Falcon 9 from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station on Dec. 21, 2015. 10 minutes later the first stage successfully landed vertically back at the Cape in a historic first time feat. Credit: Julian Leek

The Hole http://youtu.be/Mgo7HXxd514 On this weeks episode of Expanded Perspectives the boys start off by talking about how according to Massachusetts-based Terrafugia a full-size unmanned prototype is expected to be ready by 2018. The firms concept car has fold-out wings with twin electric motors attached to each end. These motors allow the TF-X to move from a vertical to a horizontal position and will be powered by a 300 horsepower engine. Thrust will be provided by a ducted fan and the…

The Hole http://youtu.be/Mgo7HXxd514 On this weeks episode of Expanded Perspectives the boys start off by talking about how according to Massachusetts-based Terrafugia a full-size unmanned prototype is expected to be ready by 2018. The firms concept car has fold-out wings with twin electric motors attached to each end. These motors allow the TF-X to move from a vertical to a horizontal position and will be powered by a 300 horsepower engine. Thrust will be provided by a ducted fan and the…

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