Topic - SpaceX and Mars Colonization

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Starlink satellite system launch. This rockets fourth time going to orbit, and this fairings second time going to space.
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You won't see sammy boi post or mention this:

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Look six posts up. SpaceX has the best blooper reels.
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Tip me
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The rupture of Starship mk.1 was cool to watch. Slow it down and you can see what welds blew.
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time to TWAT down some aliens and upgrade that spaceship into UFO... so eco, much green
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To track SpaceX launches here is an app: SpaceX Companion - Launch Tracker https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nl.studionoorderlicht.spacex
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A piece of human spyware who tracks Musk's plane ( yes, that exists too) : https://twitter.com/Paul91701736
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The only planet that does not need colon-ization is Uranus
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Next launch JCSat 18 / Kacific 1 https://web.spacexcompanion.app/launches/86
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There's a +!!POSSIBILITY!!+ first 100 yrs Mars will be robot-only colony, until infrastructure is built, none of US will be left behind as none will live to see a completion.
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Environmental cost is spiting nothing compared to annihilation meteorite hitting any of the two planets and turning them into a hot mess. One option more, is better than none.
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Yeah, it is laughable to tall about the environmental cost. Eventually we do need to leave the planet behind. No sense in colonizing worlds. Better to make structures in space.
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Starlink network speculation.
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How the private market is revolutionizing space.
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We would need some big ass technological upgrade or genetic alteration to be able to exist both in space and on planets, just out of pure practicality.
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I could imagine that any permanent colonies would evolve to be different surprisingly quickly. Several generations would likely be enough to notice visible traits.
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That said if we made large hollow habitats orbiting the Sun we could create Earth like conditions and have no problem.
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This is a possible, but massive engineering marvel, that we could use to live in space independent of Earth.
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Meanwhile the reality: we couldn't create closed ecosystems on a habitable planet, but don't let that get in the way of some tech hopium. :)
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meanwhile on Earth ... https://bch.gg/28u SpaceX's key plan to acquire a village in South Texas is on the verge of failure
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