You can check out the entire launch and recovery of the craft (minus its payload of one Tesla Roadster) here (The actual launch happens a little before the 30 minute mark).
Posts by Brian Rollins:
January 23, 2018
One great masters of genre fiction has passed away today. It’s difficult to put into words just how influential and powerful a voice she was in the genre.
January 3, 2018
By the Prophets! Has it really been a quarter of a century since DS9 debuted?
Giving us a darker, richer, more character-driven series than the previous two incarnations of Star Trek (and most TV Sci-Fi), Star Trek: Deep Space Nine set out on different path and changed the genre forever. By not allowing the characters to warp away from the previous week’s adventure, they were forced to deal with long-term consequences.
Raise a glass of kanar or bloodwine (2309 vintage, if you please) in toast.
January 2, 2018
Running counter to Hollywood’s long-standing (and self-perpetuated) myth that woman can’t lead blockbuster movies, the top three films of 2017 all had female leads. Perhaps a shift is coming?
- Star Wars: The Last Jedi – $533 Million
- Beauty and The Beast (2017) – $504 Million
- Wonder Woman – $412 Million
- Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2 – $390 Million
- Spider-Man: Homecoming – $334 Million
December 27, 2017
Someone online: “It’s Shadowrun meets Alien Nation”
Me: “I’m in.”
November 29, 2017
There’s just so much to unpack. Sit back and enjoy.
[Warning: Contains minor spoiler for Thor: Ragnarok]
November 2, 2017
So we’re counting down to -2. But it’s a great movie that deserves mention and a review.
A mind is a terrible thing to waste.
October 23, 2017
Apparently enough people are signing up for CBS All Access to warrant a second season of the newest entry in the Star Trek family.
Six episodes in, what do you all think (or are you, like me, waiting until the season wraps and binge it all)?
October 9, 2017
Is it December yet?
September 28, 2017
Thirty years ago today, Star Trek returned to TV for the first time in two decades. What we got was awkward at first, but turned into something incredible.
Lest it get too big for its britches, the crew at Screen Junkies have put together a loving little roast of TNG in the form of an honest trailer.
What was your favorite TNG moment (aside from that epic moment Crusher got down with a space ghost)?