Helicopter catches rocket booster

This really is rocket science. And it almost worked. ABC News’ Mona Kosar Abdi explains what this could mean for efforts to make space travel less costly.

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31 thoughts on “Helicopter catches rocket booster

  1. 1:20 "That company has landed boosters several times" lol what a joke ABC. Spacex has landed a booster 117 times!…. Meaning of Several – more than two but not many.

  2. Oh come on now I'm supposed to be impressed by this?! Elon Musk built boosters that come down and land on their own, now that's impressive, anything after that is just nonsense.

  3. The idea is no big deal; fly over slow descending object and snag it. My problem here is why the design calculations of the target weight "changed" the load. Maybe wind gusts up there … I don't know .. but this alpha test should've have been completed totally successfully. Looking forward to know the reason why they had to jettison.

  4. I’ll be honest, this is very anticlimactic as I was under the impression that a helicopter would be catching a rocket that was falling fast as hell from space, not a rocket that is slowly gliding from a parachute lol

  5. We watched with the greatest of horror, a man swap his wife with another man. Then he asked if he could watch, his wife being kissed by a lesbian, which resulted in him part taking in a threesome. This is Saturday night peak time Television, in Britain today. Now next week we have a surprise for the nation, it is a teaser. We need to guess if the surprise, involves the husband with another man, or better still , animals ? This is coming from the land, where progressive liberalism ( the cancer ) was created in the mid sixties by upper class kept females.

  6. 1:12 Success? Perhaps more accurate to say that it "wasn't a total failure." The ultimate endgame was not achieved, though some encouraging developments took place.

  7. Not consistent . And from an engineering point of view the flight dynamics are way too dangerous.

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