next space-x launch in 45 minutes

James S

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heh, I lost it at exactly the same moment. It wasn't the spacecraft that blew up, it was the windows media server. Windows media is for the low bandwidth garbage that people put on their websites cause they dont know any better, why anybody but microsoft would try to stream a live event to what is going to be a large number of people all connecting at the last minute with it is beyond me. I've setup and run WM servers, real media servers and quicktime servers. the quicktime streaming is a little harder to wrap your mind around the config, but it actually works at least. Goshdarnit! Now I have to wait for them to post the recap to get to see it!

Jeers to crashy windows media servers and the companies that use them and cause me to miss interesting things!!!
 

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more I read it seems everybody lost the stream at t-10.

So the maiden flight was a failure, but then, that puts them in very good company of other excellent rockets who's maiden flights ended in failure as well! So there is still hope!
 

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