Iridium-6/GRACE-FO Mission 

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SpaceX is targeting launch of Iridium-6/GRACE-FO on Tuesday, May 22 from Space Launch Complex 4E (SLC-4E) at Vandenberg Air Force Base, California. The instantaneous launch opportunity is at 12:47 p.m. PDT, or 19:47 UTC. The GRACE-FO satellites will be deployed approximately eleven minutes and thirty seconds after launch, followed by the deployment of five Iridium® NEXT satellites beginning about an hour after launch.
A backup instantaneous launch opportunity is available on Wednesday, May 23 at 12:42 p.m. PDT, or 19:42 UTC.
Falcon 9’s first stage for the Iridium-6/GRACE-FO mission previously supported the Zuma mission from Space Launch Complex 40 (SLC-40) at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in January 2018. SpaceX will not attempt to recover Falcon 9’s first stage after launch.

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15:43 liftoff for anyone impatient
Fabio Ferreira Gomes
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Henry Gamer
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Peter Payne
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Congratulations on the successful launch of the Iridium 6 and GRACE satellites. It is a joy to be able to watch this stuff happen.
Plasminium Pirms 2 Gadiem
One burnt boi
The MasterYocheese
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Looks exactly like Kebral Space Program xD
The MasterYocheese
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Good Gameplay
Chris Shears
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So if the craft is flying so fast away from the earth, then why is there no distance being made? Just staying in one spot? really? lol
Matmar Space
Matmar Space Pirms 2 Gadiem
Hi Elon... I'm here to tell you that you're doing a great job... Keep going because I want to see the "future" become "now"... And the most important thing... Do you play kerbal space program? :)
A& VOL Pirms 2 Gadiem
Congratulations first of all.... N nxt wanna share something two opposite direction of a magnet force each other to opposite direction... xoo is it possible to make a house floating in d air with the help of two magnets.... to survive d calamities of flood n all
Topa joka
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ianmostar Pirms 2 Gadiem
anyone knows the music or artisi they play when rockets are still in orbit?
Kitaros03 Pirms 2 Gadiem
Nice fakery
Planetary Crust
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DikoMan Pirms 2 Gadiem
Where’s the landing of the first stage?
Juno Berries
Juno Berries Pirms 2 Gadiem
would these two grace satilites be accompanying each other closely in orbit? if so i may have seen them last night satellite watching
retrofan42 Pirms 2 Gadiem
So what happened at 25:20 on the video that was mentioned in the webcast when the employees reacted to something?
Desislava Dimitrova
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Amazing,adorable and loveble shape!
mangesh khillare
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Rodney Carpluk
Rodney Carpluk Pirms 2 Gadiem
That seems like a very good thing to work on.
Rodney Carpluk
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I mean NASAs working on something like WARP drive...
Rodney Carpluk
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And this is not even taking into account the alterations that will happen due to less gravity, in Space and Mars have much less gravity than Earth, and things like less dense bones and decreased muscle mass amoungst other alterations, and if this happens for multiple generations, the colonists on Mars will have more alterations develop. If they try to travel to Earth they could hurt themselves...even an obese colonists could shatter their bones if they try to walk on the Earth.
Rodney Carpluk
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This is cool...But why is no one paying attention to Propellent rockets and how they travel at multiple Gs...even astronuts train for that...if "space tourists" or "colonists" travel like that without training its gonna be bad...people will get sick, throw up, or pass out...they could even die, in worst case scenario...and if training is implemented, its gonna bring the cost of travel up...plus propellent rockets emit harmful emissions on every level of the atmosphere, and in regions of the stratospheres, they can near immediately begin ozone deletpion after emission...increased rocket launchers, which will happen , if the plans continue without alterations...there is plans for many a day, and that's just from one company, there are many other companies out there planning on making rockets....this is going to accelerate the destruction of Earth...
agvulpine Pirms 2 Gadiem
Music by Test Shot Starfish - Music for Space 28:22 Fly By 34:18 In the Shadow of Giants 40:17 Resonator 45:34 Trouble 51:39 Re - Flight 57:05 Approaching Dragon 1:03:50 Andromeda 1:09:00 Rollout 1:13:42 Flight 1:17:26 Fly By (repeating)
BlueBeam Pirms 2 Gadiem
I got the information on a app called spaceXnow
BlueBeam Pirms 2 Gadiem
Are You seriusly gonna test the BFR in 2022
Hannah Marie llewellyn Llewellyn marie
5 4 3 2 1 blast off
leokimvideo Pirms 2 Gadiem
RIP stage one, the fish will love living in you in Nemo land
Player Pirms 2 Gadiem
is it possible to show the predicted trajectory of the rocket? would be very cool
JONNYY 5 Pirms 2 Gadiem
Why was sun shining on the rocket over Antarctica when the map showed 100% darkness? That's not really a question fyi
JONNYY 5 Pirms 2 Gadiem
Also why 1 fish eye and one normal cam...lol it's sooo flat. Thanks though. Seriously
JONNYY 5 Pirms 2 Gadiem
So what's with the 4 or 5 sun simulator reflections on the side of the rocket ? I mean obvious mirrors but...idk cool, soft disclosure sucks tho. Just say it already...we know
SoohNabis Pirms 2 Gadiem
25:00 huge distortion on the camera! they used lens.. always lens... the earth may be flat.
Tisha Hayes
Tisha Hayes Pirms 2 Gadiem
You guys and gals make it look easy, but we know it's not.. It speaks to your competence as a company and the contributions of every individual who makes up the SpaceX family.
路人甲 Pirms 2 Gadiem
manofthemoon Pirms 2 Gadiem
Elon Musk c'est oncle bens. "C'est toujours un succès."O:)
Mr Wizzo65
Mr Wizzo65 Pirms 2 Gadiem
omg its 2018 stop using fish eye lens flare.. NORMAL CAMERAS DUDES NORMAL! PS:satelites? you mean cctv of what lies behind the SUN. Let ppl know whats going on..!
N I G H T Pirms 2 Gadiem
Будущее за SpaceX!
Lisa Fischer
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Ooo this is a used 1st stage ! Nice ! Congrats on the mission !
Paul Nixon
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15:49 Launch countdown 18:50 MECO & Stage separation 19:22 Fairing separation 26:18 Second stage shutdown 1:12:55 Second engine start 1:21:47 First Iridium deployment 1:23:27 Second Iridium deployment 1:26:47 Fourth Iridium deployment
Imran Sahir
Imran Sahir Pirms 2 Gadiem
Can we all agree John is endlessly cool dude.
Lufemama Lufemama
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may the 4th be with you
Tsegish GB
Tsegish GB Pirms 2 Gadiem
after they launch where do they do? to see ufo ?
Othman A.
Othman A. Pirms 2 Gadiem
am I wrong or didn't this video show first stage landing?
Wojtek Sykurski
Wojtek Sykurski Pirms 2 Gadiem
It was second launch of the same Ist Stage -> Block 4 (obsolete) capable of oly 2 re-flowns. SX uses now Block V (they can make 10 reflowns), so they do not rescue old models -> to many difference, B4 cannot even be used for spart parts for Block V.
Calvin Sylveste
Calvin Sylveste Pirms 2 Gadiem
I wonder why China or others have not salvaged one of these spent rockets rockets from the ocean floor to speed their own development, the more people doing r&d on competitive rockets the better.
Wojtek Sykurski
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We do not knwo if they haven't done that. Most of all -> China is already working on reusabel rockets. they want to make first stage landing by 2020 and use ONLY reusable rockets by 2030.
Wolkify Pirms 2 Gadiem
this is my favourite motivational channel... and I RUN a motivational channel!!
Lucas Stryker
Lucas Stryker Pirms 2 Gadiem
I have yet to see a SSTO rocket from SpaceX
Wojtek Sykurski
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BFS (second stage of BFR) should be capable of that with very small cargo. There is discussion on SX reddit if it could be used for cheap cube/nano sats launches.
VIRAL MEDIA Pirms 2 Gadiem
Super video great experience
Blake Pirms 2 Gadiem
1:18, *a spoon or a wrench fell...*
Blake Pirms 2 Gadiem
"Lunchtime!" ...wot.
NicoAW Pirms 2 Gadiem
more like 1:20, but ya.
thomas holland
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At 20:12 you can get a great view of the Channel Islands that are ca. 28 miles off the coast of Southern California.
I Would Drown In Your Pussy
Mars mission...WHEN?!
Trap Astronaut
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Yeah.... :( I can't wait anymore...
I Would Drown In Your Pussy
Minas Sfakianakis :(
Trap Astronaut
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I think that it is in 2024 but the test flights begins at 2022..
MsAviator69 Pirms 2 Gadiem
Жаль, что нет озвучки на русском яз.
Rafael Quinones
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Is there somewhere to see dates and locations of future flights??
Rafael Quinones
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NicoAW Awesome thank you.
NicoAW Pirms 2 Gadiem
I use this website that shows when rocket launches are going to happen spaceflightnow.com/launch-schedule/
Mr Gamer
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43:25 SpaceX -- bass boosted remix
Daniel Kazmer
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Was the fairing recovered?
Wojtek Sykurski
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Both of them deployd parachutes and splashed into Ocean. But on half missed ship at 50 meters distanse. So seems they getting closer.
UnkeptFreerider Pirms 2 Gadiem
I'm John Insprucker, the fuckin Principal Integration Engineer.
Salya Saxa
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классно толкует жаль не понимаю ничего)))
Mark Beeunas
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At restart you can see the green flame from the triethylborane ignitor (1:12:54).
Wojtek Sykurski
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@How Does It Really Work -> thanks. I thoughty that igniting fluid purpose is also to move propellant "down" into pumps/enginess (to compensate 0-G conditions).
How Does it Really Work
To settle the propellants, Falcon 9 uses its cold gas thrusters. But the kerosene does not ignite on its own when mixed with liquid oxygen. Hence, the need for the ignitor fluid, which does -- and it is this special self-igniting fluid which produces the green flame.
Wojtek Sykurski
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If I'm correct it purpose is to move the propelant & oxydizer into bottom of they tanks ?
Madhu Mynampati
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Where is landing
Wojtek Sykurski
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No landing: this was so called "Block 4" version of F9 -> it is capable of only 2 re-flights, after that Ist stage requires expensive refribrushment. SX has now "Block 5" version (10 reflights without any maintanence), so they are disposing obsolete stages.
taha ali
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best of luck!.there are so many obstacle a man cannot cross while switching back and forth in time but a ROBOT equipped with cutting edge tech can easily do it .that would be programmed for the purpose of time travel
John C. Haines
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I love SPACEX so much they are number one ☝️
Dav Mkr
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Can we sign up for internet with this satellites?
alexis marmoria
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How to donate money to Spacex?
J Manuel Hernandez
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What happened to the first stage did it land they didn't show live feed of the first stage?
J Manuel Hernandez
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Wojtek Sykurski I see thank you.
Wojtek Sykurski
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I did not landed -> it was "Block 4" version of Falcon 9, capable of only 2 reflights without costly refribrushment. SX is dumping them, since they have Block V now ( 10 reflights without inspections).
Ted Cameron
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Just a thought about the fairings and the attempts to catch them, why do the fairings have to separate from the 2nd stage at all? ie why can't they swing back for instance instead of detaching and with them still being a part of the 2nd stage they could swing them back up with movement and lock them for re-entry :~) Just a thought
CraziFuzzy Pirms 2 Gadiem
It also has to do with reliability. Blowing the faring away ensure that it is clear of the deploying of the payload, which is the mission. If the fairings don't swing away completely, and as such, cannot properly deploy the payload, it really doesn't matter what can be recovered.
Wojtek Sykurski
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SX is working on that: they gone to include that in cargo version of BFR. Rember that this is private company -> when they started they wanted to get as many customers as possible. So sometimes they used already available and proven sollutions.
Ted Cameron
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whilst I can appreciate that, surely it would be cheaper to have one locking mechanism at the top and one hinge each at the base of the fairing for it to swing out on. That makes 3 single bits as opposed to whatever system they use at the minute? Also that would make getting the 2nd stage back easier. ;~)
Wojtek Sykurski
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Seams that BFR (rocket that SX is bullding right now) will be perating in such way. For Falcon 9 -> it was first (second, if You count Falcon 1) SpaceX comercial rocket. They were trying to make everything as simple (and by so also cheap) as possible.
Phil Pirms 2 Gadiem
I vote for a wingsuit recovery pilot for the fairing
Gracie Conroy-Hargreaves
What are the chances of a 13 yr old getting a job in the future lol?
Wojtek Sykurski
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Check who are they hiring right now (www.spacex.com/careers/list) and watch discussions on SX reddit. If You are fine with ITAR limitations (that means: You are USA citizen), it should be possible to work there :)
Lynn Maxwell
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Fantastic! Always such a thrill to see
Minton Barry
Minton Barry Pirms 2 Gadiem
its alive!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Liquid fuel? What's that? It must be a UFO!!!
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Lmao flat earthers fit what they want (a live video with a HD camera) and now they're bitching about it
forrest gates
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After the second stage, on the back view of the rocket you see particles flowing in the back kind of like bugs when driving... what are those particles?
Annie Li
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Here I am still waiting for the tracklist >
clavo Pirms 2 Gadiem
Yeah; it's time for some low-orbit rocket launch and trajectory view satellite cameras to view these launches from a better POV. It would also be helpful for mysteriously lost commercial airline flights. Seems like global infrastructure justification to me. Six fixed orbit satellites with about ten cameras on each one should cover the entire earth with plenty overlap. Heck; they could have been put on the Iridium satellite system. Great STEM student stimulator.
clavo Pirms 2 Gadiem
Crazi: Your intolerant tone is despicable for an adult conversation. Speaking of resources it isn't worth my time to dialogue with the likes of you. Run along and cuss out some hapless kid in a library. I hope to God you aren't in some position of management or heaven forbid: teaching.
CraziFuzzy Pirms 2 Gadiem
so what altitude should we focus these cameras to stare at 24/7 for no purpose other than to catch plane crashes, streaming continuously (something they do not have the bandwidth to do in high enough resolution to do what you are describing)? Sorry, but it's an incredibly stupid waste of resources.
clavo Pirms 2 Gadiem
Crazi : Your demeaning tone is fully appreciated. The reason I am saying it, is: we do not have any visual evidence as to what happened to that mysteriously lost Malaysian flight, that we should have, had we enough of those cameras. Either that; or, you know, what happened to that flight. Pray tell, how this problem has already been solved, via your insight.
CraziFuzzy Pirms 2 Gadiem
So you're saying we should launch satellites that have cameras pointing towards the earth? Right.. because we totally hadn't already done this 30 years ago.
Jake Watson
Jake Watson Pirms 2 Gadiem
did they not land the booster?
David Keenan
David Keenan Pirms 2 Gadiem
Not this time. This mission used a previously flown Block 4 booster. Now that the Block 5 is in production and has been flown, there's little ecomonic or research reasons to land Block 4 boosters.
ChanelX Pirms 2 Gadiem
where is stage 1 landing?
Wojtek Sykurski
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NP, if U want some more info about SX take a look at it reddit page: www.reddit.com/r/spacex/
ChanelX Pirms 2 Gadiem
oh, make sense. Thank you
Wojtek Sykurski
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No landing this time -> the stage was the (now obsolete) Falcon 9 Block 4, which is able of only 2 re flights. SX do not rescue them, since they have new Block V version (10 re-flights without inspections).
Leo Pål
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Raju Singh
Raju Singh Pirms 2 Gadiem
Congrats spacex from India. Hope spacex will deploy some machines on moon and Mars to construct building in future
Saren Areth
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In 2022 / 2024 there will be 6 ships in total with lots of supplies and machines, if predictions are correct. He said that in the conference last year :D
Ok Pirms 2 Gadiem
What are these strange light appearing and disappearing at 01:28:19 sec - 01:28:22 sec ? look at the up side, a little bit left side . ?
How Does it Really Work
There are always chunks of solid oxygen "snow" and of ordinary frost falling off the rocket while it is coasting. As they fly away slowly tumbling, the reflected by them sunlight becomes periodically brighter and dimmer.
fredrick matakena
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wat is de bedoeling van deze lancering Space X ? en hoe veel keer banen moet hij om de aarde draaien ? Fredrick Oss
Saren Areth
Saren Areth Pirms 2 Gadiem
Satellieten in een baan om de aarde brengen, simpel gezegd :D +aidanjt Cute how you even help those who speak a language you don't speak xd
aidanjt Pirms 2 Gadiem
Sorry, my Dutch is useless, so I used google translate and extrapolated from the translation as to what you were trying to say, feel free to do the same. Anyway, to answer your question: The two GRACE-FO satellites is part of a follow-on mission to NASA's original GRACE mission, that will be using laser interferometry to make fine grain measurements of microgravity changes as the pair completes its polar orbits of Earth, building up a more complete picture of Earth's microgravity map. The 5 satellites of Iridium NEXT is a next-gen low-Earth orbit communications network that is replacing the original Iridium network as satellites in that constellation decays and falls back to Earth due to atmospheric drag. The actual second stage of the rocket only needs to orbit long enough to get the satellites into their respective deployment positions, then they can deorbit the second stage and drop it wherever on Earth they want to (usually spent space junk is dropped in the middle of the pacific). Hope that helps clear things up.
Andy Alder
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What fell off at 26:18? (first cut off of the second stage engine).
How Does it Really Work
Yes, these are precisely the chunks of the oxygen "snow" I was talking about. The nozzle diameter is about 3 meters (10 feet) so these are pretty sizable "snowflakes!" This happens every time in launches to geostationary orbit, because they require a second engine burn, and for a couple of minutes before the engine is ignited, there is an "engine chill" during which liquid oxygen is simply dumped overboard through the pump, to cool it down before it can start pumping. It looks like a snowstorm in space during the engine chill. (But even during normal engine operation, there is always plenty of liquid oxygen spraying out of the turbopump -- it has to do with the design of the shaft seal and cooling of the bearing.
Andy Alder
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Oh thanks. There's another one you can see moving at 24:54 which falls off at 25:10 as well. I thought it was more space junk at first but ice will just sublimate.
How Does it Really Work
That's interesting -- I have not seen it in the previous flights, but here is what it most likely is: The place it came from is a "valley" between the nozzle and the spiral duct that vents turbine exhaust into the nozzle extension. The liquid oxygen that vents out of various turbopump drains that are next to it, always accumulates in this "valley" as solid oxygen snow. In almost every GTO flight you can see a suitcase-sized chunk of solid oxygen fly off out of there, when the engine starts for the second time. So it is likely that some of the frozen stuff accumulated and formed into a ribbon along the valley, and when the engine cut off, it just got knocked out of there. Whether it is just solid oxygen, or oxygen mixed with ordinary moisture, who knows.
Abhishek Dipankal
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Before launch: Bunches smoking hard shit inside the rocket 🚀 💨
Jim Huang
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How do they calculate altitude in space? Airplane use air pressure or GPS, but how about a spacecraft? Radio wave + triangulation?
How Does it Really Work
Falcon 9 has both GPS receivers and an Inertial Measurement Unit, which uses gyroscopes and accelerometers that enable Guidance and Navigation System to calculate where the rocket is at each moment of time. For landings it also has a small radar Altimeter, which measures altitude directly once it gets close to the ground.
rach Pirms 2 Gadiem
Everybody's favourite space launch commentator :)
Pete Mac
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they should land the block 4's and sell parts from it on the internet. i'd pay a fortune for a block 4 part! more than the silly flame thrower :-) Please Elon... consider us fans! lol
Wojtek Sykurski
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ITAR restrictions and fear of corporate espionage make this impossible :(
AC Gruber
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was für ein Glück, daß die Alufolie nicht zerreißt - lasst euch nicht verarschen!
AC Gruber
AC Gruber Pirms 2 Gadiem
high tech rocket - low tech cameras?
Will Hancock
Will Hancock Pirms 2 Gadiem
Best canteen livestream with added cutlery drops.
0000000000000 Pirms 2 Gadiem
Feels old because of the rocket...
Motokid600 Pirms 2 Gadiem
A Shortfall Of Gravitas - How's your construction coming along? :P
ax2bxc Pirms 2 Gadiem
BFR launches will be boring to us until we get to kick ourselves to Mars.
TurboSound1983 Pirms 2 Gadiem
Hello SpaceX suggestion for the next start. Say or Show the SPL level including frequency and the distance Launch pad to Mic Greetings from Germany
henryscp Pirms 2 Gadiem
HEY to all who rage about the video Quality dudes the Streaming 498km above earth with a speed og 27581km/h so pls dont think that they show us a 1080p Video
henryscp Pirms 2 Gadiem
Cool that the use km/h and km but Why
Ninjah Channel
Ninjah Channel Pirms 2 Gadiem
Congratulations! Mission accomplished!
Matthew Sexton
Matthew Sexton Pirms 2 Gadiem
Always nice to see a successful launch.
Moviestar Memories
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Had to wear our space x t shirts today.Mine is Occupy mars.Congrats!
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18:48 (2:49) MECO 18:50 (2:51) SEP 18:55 (2:56) SES1
Paragliding in Japan
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What lens did they use to capture the rocket ascent from ground, when the image was out of focus (17:41-18:06)? The bokeh pattern indicates a Mak-Cass or Schmidt Cassegrain type of mirror-based telescope with central obstruction. Anyone knows?
Appable Pirms 2 Gadiem
I believe it is a Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope.
4D Printing
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This does not deserve a dislike
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no donr ship? *clicks away*
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