HISPASAT 30W-6 Mission 

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SpaceX is targeting a Falcon 9 launch of the Hispasat 30W-6 satellite to a Geostationary Transfer Orbit (GTO) on Tuesday, March 6 from Space Launch Complex 40 (SLC-40) at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida. The two-hour launch window opens at 12:33 a.m. EST, or 5:33 UTC. The Hispasat 30W-6 satellite will be deployed approximately 33 minutes after launch.
A two-hour backup launch window opens on Wednesday, March 7 at 12:33 a.m. EST, or 5:33 UTC.
SpaceX will not attempt to land Falcon 9’s first stage after launch due to unfavorable weather conditions in the recovery area off of Florida’s Atlantic Coast.

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Vicki Steele
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You guys are gullible.
John Eriksson
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Titanium grid fins still there because late change of mind about the recovery, but seems like they went out and picked them up?
Pintuxo Pirms 2 Gadiem
14:18 - 14:38. These 20 seconds are one of the best moments in LVlocal. SpaceX only has to work on those landings with a much better footage.
SAACAAS Pirms 2 Gadiem
Spanish Heavy Sat 30West-6 heaviest launch by Falcón 9
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Futur space x
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Why your motor is live red men
cameron Pirms 2 Gadiem
The guy talking has the most annoying voice ever
Enkii Muto
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I like this presenter, remembers me of a radio transmission.
abm mishu
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Why u don't show us the Bangladeshi flag...why u didn't mentioned the mission is Bangabandhu satellite !!yeas i understand USA people are much more narrow minded!!
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Hispasat is spanish...
mete Çanakçı
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İstikbal Göklerdedir Mustafa Kemal Atatürk
Ilman Zidni
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They are so chill
Jan Piarowski
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Johan Andersson
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Would be nice to follow the second stage re-entry as well.
Max Sinerin
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They hide the truth from us! I found secret video from inside of Tesla Car! lvlocal.info/down/video/qW3flZuhfaOKaZ8.html
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Dislikes are angry Russians
DuckyMomo Pirms 2 Gadiem
What will happen with the 2nd stage after the separation with the payload?
How Does it Really Work
The most recent NORAD tracking data shows the second stage in 193.2 x 22127.9 km orbit. Due to atmospheric drag, the orbit will eventually decay and the stage will burn up in the atmosphere.
MuhsinFatih Pirms 2 Gadiem
I'm thinking, a throttle indicator could be very cool. We would see the throttling down and back up during and after max-q and even at second stage. Wouldn't that be some awesome nerd statistics?
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Ekko Man Highlights
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it's my dream to be part of this amazing company and im working my way through it (15yold)
Francois Bergevin
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What happens to the fairing after satellite separation? More space junk?
Thijs Snijder
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It isn't in orbit at that point, they recently even tried to recover the fairings. instagram.com/p/BfgRX-lgIt6/?taken-by=elonmusk
Truan Leiker
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Just send me to space now
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Описание для Россиян. SpaceX нацеливается на запуск Falcon 9 спутника Hispasat 30W-6 на Геостационарную Передаточную орбиту (GTO) во вторник, 6 марта из космического стартового комплекса 40 (SLC-40) на станции ВВС Кейп-Канаверал, штат Флорида. Двухчасовое окно запуска открывается в 12: 33 утра по восточному времени или в 5: 33 UTC. Спутник Hispasat 30W-6 будет развернут примерно через 33 минуты после запуска. Двухчасовое окно запуска резервного копирования открывается в среду, 7 марта, в 12: 33 утра по восточному времени или 5: 33 UTC. SpaceX не будет пытаться посадить первую стадию Falcon 9 после запуска из-за неблагоприятных погодных условий в зоне восстановления у Атлантического побережья Флориды.
MrzPear Pirms 2 Gadiem
Why couldn't they delay this until the weather was fine and could land it.....?
Wojtek Sykurski
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Probably customer demands -> they want they satellite to become operational as soon as possible.
MisterOptimous Pirms 2 Gadiem
when will they land another rocket?
Freemen Yellow
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Ich liebe unsere Erde !!!! Aber Putin will sie zerstören !!! I love our Earth !!!! But Putin wants to destroy her !!!
carlosrrs12 Pirms 2 Gadiem
13:03 13:16 13:26
Advanced ™
Advanced ™ Pirms 2 Gadiem
but why are they dont recovering the first stage ?
Nick Donnelly
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Where the 4K at?
Carl Du Plessis
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America launches rockets... China makes a lot of stuff... Italy makes theee best food ever... South Africa allows you to steal someone else's land... F**king save us, please!
Holy-Terrorist Pirms 2 Gadiem
**=** I really saw it live!
Architect Realities
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Why not build a communication space station? With the FH it could be possible maybe to send up modular sections and dishes to operate up there reducing the need for hundreds of satellites.
F.B.I Pirms 2 Gadiem
Why dislikes? WTF
Carl Trotter
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DAMMIT I missed this
enøziye Pirms 2 Gadiem
It’s gotten so common at this point that I didn’t even know that they launched a rocket March 5th. And I’m huge ass nerd.
Balaji S
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I am disappointed when the first stage is not recovered.
Michael Gerving
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Gustavo Aguirre
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We all are Elon Musk!
rcobo101 Pirms 2 Gadiem
Good job, guys! It’s really impressive.
PadreconUzi Pirms 2 Gadiem
i love space and spacex
Fabian van der Knaap
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41:14 what is that in the back?
OneCrowdMusic TM
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43:57 who see the air bubble?
OneCrowdMusic TM
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I’m sure debris don’t travel that slow in space
Ambar Griss
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OneCrowdMusic TM Debriss
ReabowRotors Pirms 2 Gadiem
Just seems to me that the cost of the electronics inside of these rockets would make up for recovery costs even if that has flown to the end of its life
Gheorghe Curelet-Balan
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11:50 lift off 21:30 bus size satellite payload description
Manu Perez
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the stage 1 is reusable?
Wojtek Sykurski
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It depends on mission profile. Launch to GTO (general transfer orbit) or direct geostationary orbit requires lot of fuel = there might be not enough left for landing. Sames goes for heavy cargo, or weather conditions (it was the case for this launch - hurricane on the sea).
Doron Goldstein
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I dont get it! not recovering stage 1 again!!! "because of the weather" - yeah right... can't you wait for weather to improve? what is the real reason? anybody knows? all this reuseable thing doesn't pay off after all?
Appable Pirms 2 Gadiem
Customer comes first. Also, they don't seem to care too much about recovering this version of Falcon 9 - they expect to recover the next version more often. I suspect reusability isn't quite as good of a strategy as it sounds - not that it doesn't save money, but that it doesn't save as much money as implied.
Dani - Wild and Survival
Good evening from Norway SpaceX, can someone tell me if it is possible to track down Starman? I assume you put a tracker of some kind on it?
Sharthak Ghosh
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This guy looks like John Oliver
Francois Schutte
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Show us the re-entry and landing of the first stage instead of just the second engine burning .
Appable Pirms 2 Gadiem
But it didn't land...
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I my self love and always believe in humanity and our intelligence. Moreover, I am glad to see one day we know that we are done something better just like our ancestors. They tried and errors happened, they be smart, and succeed.
csege biga
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good to see an G-meter value during launch too
EARTH IS seriously FLAT
Research the demonic spinning ball deception Axis of evil at 23.4 minus 90 degrees equals the Mark of the beast system..... keep in mind that CGI, props,and fisheye lenses are food for globetards 🤣😂🤣😂🤣😅
Odysseus Rex
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Delay, I think this one is just trolling.
Delay Pirms 2 Gadiem
"You are the perfect example of a completely subjugated and indoctrinated globetard mind" And you are a perfect example of person that cannot ague objectively and without insults. Pathetic. Anyways: There are lots of ways you can calculate the expected curvature between two points. Mostly you're just dealing with right triangles under different circumstances: Sometimes you can use pythagoras theorem, sometimes trigonometry. Angular seperation is much simpler to understand: 180d/pi*r "d" is the distance between the points, "r" is the radius of Earth. Make sure to use the same unit for both distances. "pi" and "180" should be self-explanatory
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The Flatheads never dies... every Children knows, that Earth is not flat. You live in America? You know, that Christop Kolumbus want to find a sea way from Europe to India? And he knows that the Earth is a Globe. This is why he dont sail to East in direction to India, he sails to west to come from the other Side to India. So he belive, he find India, that is why you have Indians in America... The Mankind KNOWS that the Earth is a Globe 500 Years BEFORE Christ was born. You are so incredibly stupid, it hurts...
EARTH IS seriously FLAT
Delay please let me know how do you measure curvature on water??? You are the perfect example of a completely subjugated and indoctrinated globetard mind
Delay Pirms 2 Gadiem
This has got to be a new low for humanity. SpaceX is not faking any of their launches and Earth is infact an oblate spheroid. We've got tons of evidence for that.
fireofenergy Pirms 2 Gadiem
I was wondering if just that little few seconds burn after it was already in orbit enough to propel it from just the 165km to the 22,000 miles to GTO?
Trust NO1
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Elon Musk
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*Today, March 8, 2017, is International Women's Day. I would like to pay tribute to women all over the world, irrespective of where they live, irrespective of their station in life, and wish them well in their continued fight for gender equality.*
Odysseus Rex
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Elon, it's a good thing the doctrine of "disparate impact" has not been applied to the matter of sexes in the workplace, otherwise some court would order you to fire half of your highly talented male engineers, and hire women in their place, regardless of their talent or experience, all in the name of gender equality.
Roebuck Payne
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....."and we will not be recovering the first stage"....-moment of silence please-
Georgy Ushakov
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Есть Русские? Живущие в России?
Jens Christian Nielsen
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Someone lost a plastic bag at 38:10.
Yelectric Pirms 2 Gadiem
Very nice
Sanjit Rao
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Why don't they show the first stage landing?
Appable Pirms 2 Gadiem
It didn't land.
frankie jones
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Where is the damn stars at.????
Odysseus Rex
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take your camera, or cell phone, outside at night and take pictures of the sky. See how many stars you image. In order to image a star you need a very long exposure.
Logansix Pirms 2 Gadiem
Go in the Inner City with Lights - you cant see any stars at night. It have to be absolutly dark to see stars.
Thijs Snijder
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camera's don't have that kind of range, the stars are too dimm while everything else is too bright.
Vitor 8.
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Spacex making history happen today and echo over the millennium!
Tim Lipinski
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Great video ! (Again !) And soon this April 2018 SpaceX will be busy launching rockets to space ! (At more than one per week !) Soon SpaceX will have more launchings to space than ULA. And ULA will be Number Two (#2) and will have to try harder ! tjl
Psalm Muzik
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the people is crazy 1K DISLIKES???
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Virtual Magic
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Spaces has make Rocket launches looks cool
Odysseus Rex
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Rocket launches *always* look cool!
gkarjala Pirms 2 Gadiem
I look forward to every launch and enjoy it much with John innsbrucker calling it.
Norman Retzke
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Great job, SpacEx.
Main 1
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I only watch for the landing and they no longer show it any more. I kinda wanted to see the falcon heavy landing on the drone ship
Odysseus Rex
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Well, this was a Falcon 9, not a Falcon Heavy, and they did not land due to bad weather at sea. They were having 20 foot waves at the intended landing zone. Just no way to have a stable enough platform for the operation.
Appable Pirms 2 Gadiem
it didn't attempt landing.
Hoioidoi Pirms 2 Gadiem
What is all that white smoke around the falcon 9 during the loading of the fuel? Is it escaped fuel?
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Thijs Snijder
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part boiloff from the liquid oxygen that they need to release that to prevent a buildup of pressure. part condensation due to the cold temperature of the liquid oxygen
Jebediah Kerman
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Pintuxo Pirms 2 Gadiem
After such a wonderful show - The Falcon heavy launch - not recovering the first stages from these last two Falcon 9 launches looks like a step back. Yes, we the fans are getting more and more demanding. :-)
Gil Griffith
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Hey SpaceX, have you done the accounting on what you could make or save with recycling the first stages that you know you're not going to re-fly? I understand that they are not compatible with the newer designs, but do they have other value that would cover the cost of bringing them back instead of soft landing them in the Atlantic? They must be worth something for scrap, if not for possible sale to collectors or science museums. Surely there are super-rich people who would love a Falcon 9 first stage in their front yard! It seems a shame to have them return safely to earth and not retrieve them.
Odysseus Rex
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"do they have other value that would cover the cost of bringing them back " No, they do not.
AngryBoy Kaas
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SpaceOdissey KSP
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The First Falcon 9 Launch: HISTORIC!!!!! THE BEST ROCKET EVER I HAD EVER SEEN!!!!!!!! This flight: Oh cool, a rocket of SpaceX.
Tom Dawidowicz
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damn niiice!!!
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Zenolijo Pirms 2 Gadiem
Why couldn't they waited a day or two for the waves in the ocean to calm down so they could be able to recover the first stage? Were the customer that much in a hurry for a launch? Seems wasteful.
Appable Pirms 2 Gadiem
Customer revenue is directly tied to satellites, so it's understandable that they want assets up soon.
Johnny S
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Why don't they transmit the landing of first stage anymore??
Johnny S
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thank you for the clarification :) Makes sense
Odysseus Rex
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Because they haven't been landing them lately. The last several flights were Block 3 boosters which are already being phased out in favor of Block 4 and Block 5. I understand that this one was a Block 4 but there were 20 foot swells at the potential landing zone so they decided not to try it.
Thijs Snijder
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Because it didn't attempt a landing
Miles Wood
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There is 1k dislikes... Maybe all of Blue Origins employees didn't like it
Appable Pirms 2 Gadiem
Blue Origin streamed the Falcon Heavy launch in their headquarters. They don't have any problem with SpaceX.
InfiniteDarkMass Pirms 2 Gadiem
But what happens to stage 2 now?
Odysseus Rex
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It will eventually reenter the atmosphere and what doesn't burn up will splash in the ocean.
Tom Berryhill
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Did the first stage land? Why didn't they show it?
Tom Berryhill
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Thanks for the explanation. Kinda sad. Wonder how much that cost them.
How Does it Really Work
No it did not return. It was launching a heavy satellite into a high orbit. In this case, there is not enough fuel for the stage to fly all the way back. It was supposed to land on a ship in the ocean, but in the last moment there was a storm, and due to high waves, they could not send the ship out. That is why the host of this webcast have said: _"...the first stage will perform the programmed re-entry and landing burns but we will not have coverage of those events. Due to poor weather in the Atlantic Ocean, SpaceX could not send the drone ship downrange and we will not be recovering the first stage."_
Tom Berryhill
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This is before the launch. I was wondering if the first stage returned to the launch pad and landed - like the Falcon Heavy boosters did.
How Does it Really Work
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Really liked how the commenter pointed out «Planet Earth» at the end.
Niels Daemen
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I never knew that the sattelite has circularize it's orbit with it's own engines!
Wojtek Sykurski
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Please also notice, that satellites on geostationary orbit are required to have additional fuel(delta V around 11m/s) to move them to "graveyard" orbit (details: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Graveyard_orbit) when they lifespan is ending ;) Most of countries/companies obey this rule.
Alex SciChannel
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Is it me, or have the camera shots of the rocket launching gotten slightly worse since paz? Cause every time the camera starts to show the rocket lift off the launch pad, it cuts away to a further shot
Daniel Whyatt
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If they will not be recovering the first stage, then what will happen to it? Will it just float in space forever with all the other human junk? That’s not supposed to be SpaceX’s purpose. Why can’t they just get the Falcon 9 to wait in space until the weather is more favourable on earth and then have it come back down to land?
Odysseus Rex
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Not enough to make a reusable rocket, more than you would want falling on your house, or your head.
Appable Pirms 2 Gadiem
I wonder how much of the first stage would survive reentry, in the unlikely event SpaceX somehow launches a rocket after forgetting to mate either the second stage or the payload. COPVs probably would, the octaweb probably should survive too - what else?
Odysseus Rex
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The first stage *never* goes into orbit. It always falls back down. It either performs a landing and is recovered, or it splashes down at sea. This one splashed down. If, somehow, it did wind up in orbit, it would not be able to survive reentry from that height.
Appable Pirms 2 Gadiem
Second stage doesn't de-orbit for GTO missions like this, it stays in orbit.
Wojtek Sykurski
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First stage crashes to ocean, second stage performs controlled de-orbitation and burns in atmosphere over unpopulated areas(most probably this to will be ocean). This is standard operation for ALL rockets, except of SpaceX! SX is only company in world which can reuse they first stage. This is why they can get they prices so low. Unfortunately at this launch see conditions (20 ft waves) were to harsh for barge. And mass of satellite + destination orbit (geostationary) didn't allow to land first stage on land. SX could probably wait for more suitable conditions -> seems that they were planing to land first stage. Maybe customer (owner of satellite) demanded faster launch ? If you want to find additional info about SX/this mission, seems that reedit is the best place: www.reddit.com/r/spacex/ :)
Igor Zyazin
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cool. watch next
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Esteban Nadal
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How Does it Really Work
As the announcer have said at 1:27 there was no barge for the stage to land on. They did, however, show the footage of the first stage reentry, but only to the SpaceX employees. It is always like that when the stage is not brought back. (Except when SpaceX intentionally puts out a "bloopers reel": lvlocal.info/down/video/mazP0WSpqoR9oIk.html)
Wojtek Sykurski
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They were not attempting landing. Sea conditions were to harsh for barge. Most probably customer (satellite owner) demanded faster launch -> first stage was fully configured for landing.
HighOnDialectic Pirms 2 Gadiem
7:17 *I think you mean North-West Africa, not NE (that's a significant error if so)
Pera Sakal
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Beautiful and great work and also amazing video :-)
Sergey Ivashchenko
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Gorgeous work, outstanding result, professional reportage!
Muse Muser
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I am a NASA fan, but this is so cool!!!!!
Scott Starcher
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This MOViE sucked!! I hope the next sequel has better CGI.
Thijs Snijder
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Mainly based on some electronics project I did and my college education which consisted of both lectures and lab work. I have also used an antenna and a RF analyser to see satellite transmissions moving across the sky. The only thing I can't really prove here is inter-satellite communication. Receiving satellite communications is pretty easy, here is a good example lvlocal.info/down/video/mqCp0ISlkWqNnWw.html
Scott Starcher
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Thijs Snijder ok so your information is based on some guy/gal saying this is what it is because i said so, and you believe them? Im not doubting your info I am merely asking for all people to have an open mind the idea that we cannot trust our gov. Unfortunately they have been caught in too many lies and thus people do not believe them.
Thijs Snijder
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there are satellites specifically for this, their purpose is to transfer data from other spacecraft to the ground. working out when it get's out of range is simple, you just need to know the FOV of the receiver and transmitter, the rotation of earth and the velocity of the satellite. since all motions are know, we can calculate exactly when a ground station will be able to communicate. the motion of the eath is the easiest, since it rotates at a constant rate (360 degrees / day or 0.25 degrees / min) the FOV is also constant depending on the devices used, the only thing we need to know are the orbital parameters of the spacecraft. Also, when I said l"laser" I might have overstated that a little bit too much. I simply meant to say that they don't 'shine' in every direction, somewhere between a spotlight and a laser might have been more accurate.
Scott Starcher
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Thijs Snijder if were spinning 1,000mph and its using a directional laser how can it work when we spin out of range? (Tesla)---sat-----
Thijs Snijder
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*The tesla Isn't live anymore, the livestream only lasted about 4 hours. It's batteries are depleted and it has no chance of coming back online. *Any 'livestreams' you find online are just others replaying the livestream. *There is this thing called data sorage, it doesn't require an active downlink. *The tesla playing music forever is untrue (since it's out of battery) and was likely meant as more of a symbolic thing. *There is a large difference between satellite communication and wifi. Satellites use directional antennas, they can reach much further because they're essentially using low divergent beams (almost lasers) while wifi is omnidirectional that means signal strengt decreases with distance squared. (this is also why tv dishes need to be pointed in a specific direction to work) *regarding the suicide burn mentioned above, this is done because it uses the absolute minimum amount of fuel needed, very useful when you need to haul something heavy into orbit and barely have any fuel left.
Александр В.
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Mask is nowing Yuri Gagarin. Respect to him.
Inshaal Uddin
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I like how he says at the end "Planet Earth." :")
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