We looked inside some of the tweets by @SpaceX and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Rankings (sorted by number of followers)
1. in category Industrial
16. in category Brands
156. in country United States
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Static fire test of Falcon 9 complete—targeting February 21 launch of Nusantara Satu from Pad 40 in Florida.
#NASARemembers 🇺🇸 Today, we pause to reflect on the legacy of the women and men who gave their lives advancing the frontiers of space exploration so that we could continue to reach for new heights for the benefit of all humankind. More: https://go.nasa.gov/2SyTgfH
The names of SpaceX employees are riding along with Starman on his journey through space
One year ago today
First firing of Starship Raptor flight engine! So proud of great work by @SpaceX team!!
Preparing to fire the Starship Raptor engine at @SpaceX Texas
One of Mr. Steven’s final West Coast fairing recovery tests before shipping out for the East Coast. Wait for it…
View of Launch Complex 39A and Crew Dragon from the crew access arm
Static fire test complete—targeting February launch from historic Launch Complex 39A for Crew Dragon’s first demonstration flight!
Dragon has delivered more than 140,000 lbs of cargo to and from the @space_station since 2012, but it was designed from the beginning to carry humans. These critical resupply missions also provide important flight heritage as we prepare to fly Crew Dragon.
Dragon returned home last night after its five-week stay at the @Space_Station, completing SpaceX’s sixteenth flight to and from the orbiting laboratory. The ISS badge signifies this Dragon’s previous trip to the station in 2017.
Good splashdown of Dragon confirmed, completing SpaceX’s fourth resupply mission to and from the @Space_Station with a flight-proven spacecraft.
Dragon's three main parachutes have been deployed.
Dragon's drogue chutes deployed nominally.
Dragon's de-orbit burn is complete and its trunk has been jettisoned. Pacific Ocean splashdown in ~30 minutes.
Dragon will re-enter Earth's atmosphere in ~5 hours. Splashdown at 9:05 p.m. PST.
The three departure burns to move Dragon away from the @Space_Station are complete.