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Falcon 9 and Starlink are looking good ahead of this morning’s launch at 9:06 a.m. EST, 14:06 UTC, and weather is 80% favorable. Webcast will go live ~15 minutes before liftoff →

Starship orbital vehicle SN1, liquid oxygen header tank & nosecone

Dragon’s solar arrays have deployed, and it’s on its way to the International Space Station. Capture by the @Space_Station crew set for early Sunday

146k Cybertruck orders so far, with 42% choosing dual, 41% tri & 17% single motor

Franz throws steel ball at Cybertruck window right before launch. Guess we have some improvements to make before production haha.

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We were so excited last night to show the world what we've been doing for the last two years. If you missed it, you can catch the full recording here:…

We've asked some of the sharpest founders, execs & managers a simple question: What's your favorite interview question and why? (new on the Review, ft. @joulee @kellan @LauraBehrensWu @kevinweil @cjc and more)

We'll share a quick preview in this thread ⬇️…

Great overview by @a16z on the current marketplaces landscape and where white space still exists, hint: it’s all about the regulated and hyper curated industries.…

3 key takeaways from this week’s #SevenQuestions with @ironclad_inc's @jboehmig, including his book recommendation for Joy: 100 Poems, which allows you to step into other people’s joy-filled life experiences.

We asked members of our community to share the #1 piece of advice they'd give to someone starting a company for the first time. Here are their thoughts on everything from getting started to building for the long haul.…

“As I meet companies today, the ones I think are head and shoulders above the rest are the ones that have incredible clarity of thought, grit and relentless execution.” -@mvernal. Tune in to hear his interview with @harrystebbings on @TwentyMinuteVC.

Dragon Crew Arm. Astronauts will walk this gantry to enter Dragon & depart for the @Space_Station.