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SpaceX is targeting Sunday, October 7 for the launch of the SAOCOM 1A satellite from Space Launch Complex 4E (SLC-4E) at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California.
The instantaneous launch opportunity is on Sunday, October 7 at 7:21 p.m. PDT, or Monday, October 8 at 2:21 UTC, and the satellite will be deployed about 12 minutes after launch.
A backup instantaneous launch opportunity is available on Thursday, October 11 at 7:21 p.m. PDT, or Friday, October 12 at 2:21 UTC.
Following stage separation, Falcon 9’s first stage will return to land at SpaceX’s Landing Zone 4 (LZ-4) at Vandenberg Air Force Base. This is SpaceX’s first attempt at a land landing on the West Coast. LZ-4 is built on the former site of Space Launch Complex 4W, from which Titan rockets were previously launched.

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Fabio Ferreira Gomes
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........................MAGNÍFICO............................ESPETACULAR........................................
Marcus Aurelius
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the twilight effect was so beautiful that it made people panic lol
Eryk Dzimidowicz
Eryk Dzimidowicz Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
Kłamstwo,jak cała reszta. nasa srasa i inne fantazje.
Conter FF
Conter FF Pirms 3 Mēnešiem
Mi escuela es elegida para poder hablar con los creadores de El satélite conae y eso que tengo apenas 11 años
Magician_14
Magician_14 Pirms 4 Mēnešiem
Ah yes, the prequel
GS Dj para eventos sociales
GS Dj para eventos sociales Pirms 4 Mēnešiem
Y hoy repetimos historia con el 1B. Gracias a los científicos argentinos de la rama aeroespacial y SpaceX, que permitieron que sea posible.
Charlie Mountain
Charlie Mountain Pirms 4 Mēnešiem
Que buena música y que buenas imágenes en 6:21 !! Emocionante!
Fermín Martínez Aulita
Fermín Martínez Aulita Pirms 4 Mēnešiem
Vamos Argentina y SpaceX!
Claudio Figueroa C.F
Claudio Figueroa C.F Pirms 5 Mēnešiem
Y los K bajaron el presupuesto al INVAP y la CONAE merecen ser fusilados. Al igual q llevaron a la ruina a la fabrica de aviones FADEA. El submarino del ejercito q tanto se hacian meritos hoy no tenemos submarinos.. Lo remodelo con parche de bicicleta la vieja chorra K aleas mis choripan 2020
Leo Juárez
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iYae
iYae Pirms 6 Mēnešiem
orgullo argentino ♥
Matias
Matias Pirms 6 Mēnešiem
compatriotas argentinos , por favor no mostremos la ilacha pelenadonos por una grieta inventada para gnar elecciones.. estamos en el canal de Musk.. pongase traje y corbata para comentar
Sofia Díaz
Sofia Díaz Pirms 6 Mēnešiem
Nunca supe que SpaceX nos tenía en cuenta ahora sí... TE AMO ELON MUSK!! TE ADMIROOOOOOOOOOOOOO. I love you Elon Musk you are a person worth admiring, I will follow your path
M GT
M GT Pirms 6 Mēnešiem
Es increíble el esfuerzo de nuestros científicos argentinos. Ahora esperar por el 1B
ever ferrier
ever ferrier Pirms 6 Mēnešiem
When saocom 1b? Great job Space x 🇦🇷
Braian Dovidenko
Braian Dovidenko Pirms 7 Mēnešiem
🇦🇷
Juan Sotomayor
Juan Sotomayor Pirms 7 Mēnešiem
Argentina 🇦🇷💪🏻 forma parte de un selecto grupo de países que ha hace sus satélites, excelente spacex con sus cohetes
David Marcelo Galdino
David Marcelo Galdino Pirms 8 Mēnešiem
Para mim essa é uma das melhores transmissões da SpaceX.
AguanteBarenboim
AguanteBarenboim Pirms 11 Mēnešiem
🇦🇷🇦🇷🇦🇷🇦🇷🇦🇷🇦🇷 desde Argentina admiramos a Elon Musk
daros
daros Pirms 11 Mēnešiem
Argentina, Argentina, Argentina ! 🇦🇷🇦🇷🇦🇷
LearnSpanishForFree
Único país en latino América especializado y con tecnología propia, en la construcción y telecomando de un satélite de altisima complejidad (sólo Japón tiene un satélite con estas características la NASA recién ahora, está desarrollando uno, sin intentar presuponer nada, todos sabemos lo que es la NASA ), y envergadura. Caso similar ocurre en el área de energía nuclear. Felicitaciones al gran pueblo argentino por éstos logros que son extremadamente difíciles de alcanzar a pezar de sectores negacionistas y retrógrados, como los macristas. Por suerte, el macrismo ya es, sólo un oscuro episodio de la historia argentina, un episodio de persecución a opositores mediante la judilización de la política y de corrupción como antes nunca vista, que permitió el robo mediante la fuga de capitales de más de 120 mil millones de dólares en solo 4 años, que todos los argentinos con nuestros impuestos, deberemos pagar. Comienza una nueva era en nuestro país, sin esta gente nefasta en el gobierno, que llegaron, gracias a un montón de ignorantes que por engaño o complicidad con éstos delincuentes, los votaron en el 2015. Ya son parte de la historia nefasta de la Argentina.
Antonin Artaud
Antonin Artaud Pirms 11 Mēnešiem
Más clarito echarle agua, suscribo cada linea, excelente resúmen de las obras de una mafia que se apropió de un gobierno para saquearnos de manera tramposa, baja y vil.
jjomaq123
jjomaq123 Pirms Gada
¿cuántos satélites tenés?
Percival's
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Quien pensaria que argentina tendria un satelite en orbita... Thanks Elon for taking our satellite to space
Berlin Trilogy
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Was an insane launch to see. Waiting for another west coast launch (preferably just after the sun set)
WISEFY
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720p m😂
iña
iña Pirms Gada
it still is something increible to see this. Thanks Elon!
falafel dürüm
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THANKS SO MUCH for 1st stage telemetry ;)
Luis Molina
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Progreso Nos faltan miles de años y ser un país liberal y capitalista para llegar a ser como Estados Unidos Te amo Argentina
MrLaizard
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BOLUDIN LIBERTARADO, PARA ESTOS LOGROS TECNOLOGICOS SE NECESITA JUSTO LO CONTRARIO A LAS GANSADAS QUE TE EXCITAN
Lucas Benitez
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VAAAAAAMOS ARGENTINA CARAJO!!!!!!
Mario Chan
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hola soy Hugo me presentó y decidido para ir a morir en marte
leokimvideo
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Musk is the Von Braun of a new generation
김승준
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next challenge RETURN TO LAUNCH PAD
D B
D B Pirms 2 Gadiem
Bravo. This makes the ex-humanist in me grin the whole time. Very impressive.
extreme crashes
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1969:"the eagle has landed" 2019:"the falcon has landed!"
Paul Revere
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gosh darnit elon, startin all them wildfires witcha dang ol' fancy rockets
Claudio Daniel Arias
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Espero que actividades como esta continúen en mi país sé que podemos hacerlo y seguir avanzando. Pedes un terra ad sidera visus
Anxo López
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Wow...SpaceX! Putting satellites in orbit! Never seen that before!
TurkeyJoe
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I'm going to be in Florida for the launch on the 7/8th in January, so looking forward to it!
Rakushoe
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makes me wonder what exactly is NASA doing? Obviously these guys are just setting around doing nothing. NASA should be embarrass against SpaceX!
M kurb
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Fuck Russia
Samuel Sazo
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Stop living in the future - enjoy each moment you have now - create a better world here - stop looking for someone else’s.
Samuel Sazo
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I am sending it with a 8-track player to piss the aliens off - they have killed some of our cows. They are our cows. Only we can slaughter the poor helpless creatures.
Samuel Sazo
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I am trying to send my 85 toyota pickup to Saturn. Any information would be useful.
Samuel Sazo
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An actuated appendage would receive massive force at high speeds with high heat having access to the articulation. What materials are in use ?
Richard Kovacs
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Thanks Elon and SpaceX. We often talk about meaning and purpose of life with philosofical answers. However, As we humans multiply I belive that one of our biggest purpose is to secure our existens by start the journey to explore deep space and then to colonize other planets. One day we will be able to travel to the next galaxy and then the next and so on. The answers to our biggest questions and things we dont even know is out there as we will develope as a specie under this great journey thru universe.
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382 диза от роскосмоса...)
Mario Bustos
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Pleace subtitles in spanish
pardalini
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PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE! SOLVE THIS! The progress video bar from youtube ALWAYS overlapped the launch-sequence bar from spaceX. Very confusing, sometimes annoying. rocketlab draws a clear vertical bar on the left
anas .Z
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2 millions tomorrow
clint4Now
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@SpaceX Can you make the rocket 🚀 do a backflip right before landing next time!!?? Just for fun
Norman Nooyen
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Absolutely wonderfull guys. Love watching every launch.
Hannibal MW
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when will be the next launch?
ArtisanTony
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It's been a month since your last video. I guess you guys are phasing out lol
ArtisanTony
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@Lensflare Deviant cool!
Lensflare Deviant
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There is another launch in about 1 hour from now!
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Made in China lol
Darksoul888
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@SpaceX Hi, I'm looking to get into astronomy for college. How do I get started?
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kerbal space program 2 is looking good
AeroDynamicSawdustRicecrispies
Nasa Sucks
The Falkonett
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@AeroDynamicSawdustRicecrispies How should they with a lack of funds? They are a government funded space agency, whereas SpaceX is a private company.
AeroDynamicSawdustRicecrispies
@The Falkonett i hate it because they haven't made a reusable rocket
The Falkonett
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It's not really NASA's fault that the government prefers to spend 400 billion dollars for the development of the F-35 jet.
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I love spaceX!
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iodine, pro biotic, burdock root, raw red onion, gatorade, distilled water, clean environment with something that kills bacteria.
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Olá Spacex, estou com grandes ideias sobre terraformar Marte e também com grandes provas científicas para nenhum gigante colocar defeito. Porém apresento um paradigma astronômico a spacex. Somente o fato de não ter concluído o ensino fundamental e não saber fala inglês. Queria ver a minha cidade reformada e fazer parte da ordem dos marcianos mas sem cérebros assassinos da Warner, estou ligado na sintonia. Desafio aceito? Moro na cidade de São José do Rio Preto, São Paulo, Brasil no bairro Solo Sagrado. Email olecramec2@gmail.com
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Write “subscribe to pewdiepie” on your next falcon rocket
Alina Hamid
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I remember Elon at a interview saying *“ there expensive, you know? We’re not just gonna leave them there”* problem solved.
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You should write subscribe to pewdiepie on your next rocket.
Colton Miller
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Why was the stage 2 video the same two clips back and forth but one had that" bag" inflated and the other didn't
Jens Hoekendijk
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I know you're a shill (or idiot poser) because if you were genuinely looking into this you would realize that my assertion that low pressure would I be problem when moving hear TO outer space (rather than outer space delivering the energy).so ... you should at least realize that spacesuits and lunar modules would have no way to exchange heat with the external environment. The low pressure environment is able to deliver an equivalent amount of kinetic energy because even though there are fewer interactions at higher energy. Solar wind .. for example ... moves at 1 million miles per hour. Compared to 100 mph particles . So one particle a solar wind speed is the same as 100000000 particles at 100 mph (or equivalent reduction in density). Million miles per hour particles will fuck shit ip ... 100mph particles won't. So .. you never have anything intelligent to say other than insults. You never respond to my question of whether higher velocities in space are MORE harsh Finally ... If you were genuine about your scientific. Inquiry you WOULD ask yourself how the lunar module and spacesuits move heat INTO outer space. That is the question you raise ... in reality ... but since you never address that issue you are clearly a shill. So why isn't the heat exchange problem you mention a really big hurdle for space ships and space suits? How do they avoid getting hotter and hotter and hotter with outer space being poor at absorbing energy. Why isn't that something to consider .. particularly since that is the actual question raised with a near vacuum. Convection vs. conduction. Givve me some science .. answers to my questions .. noot just juvenile insults. You previously claimed to have worked in the space programs but it doesn't sound like it ...shill or idiot loser but an idiot poser would at least acknowledge that spacesuits and lunar modules would just get hotter ... And hotter ... And hotter. Then what? Your inquiry into this is obviously not genuine. Shill.
jim oberg
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Have you looked up some Boy Scout with the 'Space Exploration' merit badge, he [or she] might be able to spare the time to try to explain it to you. The black body temperature of a natural object at one AU from the sun is about 260K, that's below the freezing point of water [and that's why the Russian Salyut-7 froze up its water and hydrazine when the power system failed, and why the cripple Apollo-13 got so cold]. The heating problem with an operational humanned vehicle comes from the electrical power usage, and is relieved by using radiator panels [on the shuttle and the ISS] or water-based 'flash evaporators' [Mercury, Gemini, Apollo, part-time on shuttle, and with spacesuits in zero-G and on the moon].
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Красава
kalbo gwapo
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Congratulations for another successful launch.
rmay 2
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Aunque yo sea argentino y esté orgulloso de este evento me doy cuenta leyendo los comentarios la razón que tienen los extranjeros diciéndonos agrandados
Jens Hoekendijk
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Ha! Chlsezwat?
Jens Hoekendijk
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Ok genius. I will try one last time ... you are arguing convection is low. That is true. But I am talking about conduction. Conduction ... convection ... radiation ... three modes to transport energy. If you have an authentic knowledge of science that will do it. You don't recognize basic principles ... like increased energy of remaining particles would maintain the same temperature. If you have 100x fewer particles as long as the remaining one out of a hundred is going 10 times faster ... you will have the same energy in the system. Space is an open system a(about as open as they get) which replenishes particles continuously. The high energy particles relinquish/transfer energy to the things they hit very readily. The high energy of the few make up for fewer interactions.. Look up conduction. Look up convection.. learn the difference. All you have are insults good sir. You have yet to make a point or respond with anything remotely relevant. So ... Good bye and good night. Somehow you're the last idiot standing ... but so idiotic that you must be a shill I have concluded. As a shill ... this is how you spend your time. ... .being paid to deceive people ..really? Must be it seems. Must be.
jim oberg
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@Jens Hoekendijk -- [facepalm]
Jens Hoekendijk
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@jim obergshillsezwat? Replied elsewhere. Conduction in VARB plasma at 2000k. How is black body temp in open space even remotely relevant to what we are talking about. The problem you raise is how does a spacesuit or lunar lander she'd hear into space. You're right .. the astronots would have been cooked alive. It would get hotter .. and hotter .. and hotter. That is the point you should be making with the science you are attempting to apply. A 2000k plasma in space will have the same energy as your oven on earth at 2000k. Both will make things hit at the same rate. In fact ...sill conduct heat faster because on earth boundary layers will form a gradient that will slow conduction. Space won't form any boundary layers and being an open system will be 2000k right next to the object continuously. You can go to Kahn academy thermodynamics first example .. open system gas to solid transfer.. thermal conductivity of solid only. When sending heat INTO space thermal conductivity of gas comes into play ... get it? Space just keeps supplying 2000k to the surface. Interactions drop but energy increases. So instead of 100000000 at 100 mph you have one particle at a solar wind speed of 1 million mhm How come you don't ask how the space suits snsunar module used heat exchangers to shed heat INTO space. Moving heat the other way ..from space ship or space suit TO outer space ... that's a problem. If you don't fundamentally understand the difference between a gas absorbing .. or delivering heat energy .. well .. that seems to be your problem. You are the last idiot standing on this issue ... A dozen others suggested the same and then got it once explained You ... being the greatest idiot .. are the LIS. For your sake ... I hope you're a shill.
jim oberg
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Take your time.
jim oberg
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Then why did Salyut-7 freeze up? Why did power-starved Apollo-13 get so cold??
Jens Hoekendijk
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@jim oberg Wow . You truly don't even know what "temperature" of a gas is. Hilarious. Temperature includes the kinetic energy (velocity). Remember when I said that the solar wind moves 1 million mph? Black body radiation is a measure of energy emitted independent of the kinetic energy (velocity) of mass. So … you're making a point about temperature without accounting for 1 million mph velocity? That … was an order of magnitude LESS scientific that your juvenile insults. Shill!!! Find rock .. pick up rock … crawl under rock…. lower rock.
GalaxyEater
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I wish i could see that (not from yt)
Jens Hoekendijk
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One more time … I’ll call it “space for dummies.” How does space achieve a temperature of 10,000 degrees in a near vacuum? Temperature is a measure of kinetic energy. If the number of particles/volume decreases drastically then the temperature can be maintained or even increased if the remaining particles have higher energy to achieve this kinetic state. The fact that a low density environment has such high temperature means the particles have extremely high velocity and will fuck shit up. So all of you that assert the low density space at 2,000k is somehow “not harsh” are literally upside down in your logic. It’s far more harsh. Answer this … would you rather be hit by 200 baseballs all going 2 mph than 1 baseball moving at 400 mph? It’s worse not somehow less harsh. Solar wind moves at 1 million mph … earth moves 1.5 million miles per day … there are high relative velocities in this environment. So all of you jackasses that keep saying the vacuum of space will somehow buffer the temperature have such a flawed and fundamentally ignorant understanding of basic principles of physics … I am wasting my time. You are all arguing a different system. If the object in space were delivering heat energy TO outer space then the weak convective ability of a low density medium would be taken into account. That is not the case here when space is delivering the heat. You HAVE pointed out another problem with space … shedding heat is a big problem. How do space suits cool themselves if they can’t shed heat to the environment? THAT … is the problem you suggest. Shill or just a poser idiot? So … 200 baseballs at 2 mph each … or one baseball at 400 mph? Which sounds worse to you?
Max Brito
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Aos Br's de plantão: Vocês estão assistindo ao lançamento de um satélite Argentino de observação.
AYKUT TÜRKİYE
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376 dislike Nasa woker :D
Jack Hoffman
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I wonder if/when someone will launch spacecraft from under the water...utilizing the radical pressure differences from being underwater to get it moving. I’m pretty sure there’s underwater craft that uses pressures to ascend. ...course I’m not saying spacecraft like what I’m taking about doesn’t already exist on earth already.
Lensflare Deviant
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@Jack Hoffman I may be 'in the box' but you have your head up your rear.. Sorry.. You add a problem that offers no benefit and expect magical solutions to appear with 'out of the box' thinking. It's nonsense. KISS. If water causes more problems than it offers as a benefit (and I see no benefit at all) then the solution is to NOT try and put something that has to fly through the air into water first. There is no benefit to adding that extra level of complexity and all the problems it introduces. It's nonsense. Kudo's for trying to be original but wisdom is knowing when your original thinking is wrong thinking too.
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One thing that would be an obstacle is that most propellants are cold...cold enough to freeze water....which would be one of the many obstacles to overcome...but there’s solutions to that & still enable the same fuels to be used.
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Lensflare Deviant lol you’re the twin me that isn’t me. ...and/or think or know me. Your funny box thinking person from what you’ve revealed so far...maybe? Good luck to you...& your life...even if you’re differing just because...why? I have no clue. What your reply’s were intended for only you do. I’m not you I can only be me. ..heck you could be a troll that has nothing better to do than disagree even though you agree. I post the comments I do mainly to open the box....maybe sometimes get in it even though I’m mostly outside of it.......for hopefully advancing possibilities...and/or for myself. If you’re name is in a reply that’s cuz I’m conversing to/with you. ..yet even then my other mentioned reasons can apply &/or involve other things. ....heck possibilities are limitless with me. Regarding you & others also...even with inside the box &/or troll comments. ...if you’re name isn’t in the reply then quite likely that I am writing for the already mentioned reasons &/or others.
Lensflare Deviant
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@Jack Hoffman You may at least give the illusion of being coherent if you could get all your meanderings into a single post. Beyond that you're just rambling nonsense to try and legitimize yourself and you make a fool of yourself in doing so. Regardless your problems are yours to deal with. Best of luck.
Jack Hoffman
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Anyone can argue and prove air isn’t in water in a high % however that fraction that is air..... ...hmm how to say. ....small fractions/factors can accomplish huge/amazing things. Life....& many many things beyond that.
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27:55 Wow, Earth is that you I see ?!?
Alexis Pryde
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i can say with complete confidence whoever opens the way for aerospikes stands to make a lot in the way of profit by sheer speed of launch and relaunch by reduced prep and rebuilding alone it also opens the ability for payloads by having no restrictions on size and shape of the module placed in space you could single launch a entire space base refueling hub observation unit commo segment all at once not limited by size or shape allowing for design function over restrictions and still reuse the space vehicle . the natural evolution to a single areospike would be a dual areospike allowing for a longer safer trip at shorter time spent all the way up to a quad-areospike engine desighn allowing for our 1st dreadnoght classes to be built while in space giving us interplanetary travel and security supply transport and colonisation in a single trip . in the idea of test vs untested we all must remember the bell design was once untested as well
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A group of friends and I have moved to the US for a year from various countries around the globe. We drove for 16 hours to watch this launch in person from Vandenberg + I can say it is still the most amazing thing I have ever seen.
jim oberg
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Good for you! If you're in range of Houston I can take you to see the Saturn-V on display here. Get in touch.
code 77 Siva
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Space x secret is 5 6 2 4 1 3 8 7 9.
Cde Acuarios
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It's wonderful. I'm from Mexico city and students of university UNAM, your're my more motivations for the world. I want working in a future with us.
DieyoungDiefast
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Night launches always look more spectacular.
White Satin
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Booooring lol.
Chris R
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No one suspects anything, huh??
Chris R
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@Lensflare Deviant You must own stock in pharmaceuticals, eh? Put people on psych meds because they can see through your scam?? What? You're afraid of losing all those billion dollar federal grants when it becomes apparent that it's all a fraud?? Bottom line is that no reusable rocket came back down and landed back at Vandenberg and you know it!!!
Lensflare Deviant
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@Chris R One of two possibilities. The first and least common is a simple lack of education/understanding. The second and much more common is the need for medication. Neither problem can be addressed or corrected in a youtube comment section though. It's tempting to try but is almost always a doomed endeavor because of the nature of the 2nd group. Instead of trying to remedy a misunderstanding you're trying to change an altered reality that is as real the person who suffers from it as the real world is to the rest of us. What they believe is real to them and that's the saddest part. They're doomed and damned to their dark world fear driven world, to never be a part of what is going on or what is to come. The only upside, for what it may be worth, is that they don't know it and perhaps in that ignorance is bliss. For the rest of us, outside of being annoying they're objects of pity.
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@Lensflare Deviant And those who aren't on meds but suspect something?
Lensflare Deviant
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@Chris R It's sad, but that's what it boils down too for the most part.
Chris R
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Lensflare Deviant Oh sure, right!!
Jens Hoekendijk
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Are those air bubbles at 29:45 to 30:00? Are we being shown a swimming pool launch? Sure looks like it could be bubbles to me. What else could it be? NASA was fond of swimming pool space walks ... why not SpaceX too.
Lensflare Deviant
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Bubbles? No.. Even if the whole thing was faked there would still be no bubbles. That is the cry of the fools and the lunatics and it demonstrates just how far from any actual understanding they actually are.
TENY TURTLE
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Rip headphones...
David Allyn
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It's always a treat to watch a rocket land!
Octavio Calcada
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I can't even understand how can we do so much with so little economic resources. We don't lack capacity, we have brilliant scientific minds, but fugly ass useless politicians smdh. C'grats to all the pibes in the CONAE, INVAP, and all the science related agencies and organizations!!!! 🇦🇷🇦🇷🇦🇷🇦🇷
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Saocom ma nut
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Jens Hoekendijk
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Why didn't we go to the moon? Probes recently measured the plasmasphere temperature at 6000C to 35000C and extends 1,000-16,000 miles from earth. Steel melts at 2000C & vaporizes at 3000C. (Van Allen probes). Nothing can survive the plasmasphere without being melted and vaporized. Werner Von Braun (Nazi scientist and first director of NASA from 1960-1970 for moon missions) gravestone has just “Psalm 19:1” which is "The heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmament sheweth his handywork." The biblical firmament is an impenetrable “dome” over the earth. Is Werner telling us something? Yes. There are numerous other reasons we didn’t go to the moon … but 6000C for thousands of miles seems like a pretty tough barrier to pass through (twice).
Lensflare Deviant
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@Jens Hoekendijk Exactly.
Jens Hoekendijk
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@Lensflare Deviant shlsezwat?
Lensflare Deviant
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@Jens Hoekendijk I just said your uninformed opinions make you _look like a fool_ and you have done absolutely nothing to dispel that notion. Now it almost appears that you deliberately misunderstand probably to keep pretending (or more likely you need to continuously convince yourself) you have some kind of legitimacy. Particle density has a lot to do with heat conduction. I never said a gas can't conduct but a gas conducts less than a liquid, and so on. The fewer interactions the less heat is conducted. By the time you're in a vacuum heat conduction by particles is far less significant despite your nonsensical meanderings about how temperature and speed are the same thing. Which is nonsense but likely nonsense you'll never break free of because you rely on it to prop up your distorted version of reality. Your analogy is faulty but exploitable. I would rather face 400 mph baseballs because those baseballs are miles apart. The 200 are inches apart. Particle density determines how heat is conducted. This is why you need to learn how things both heat up and cool down in a vacuum. For that you're going to need to learn all about radiant energy.
Jens Hoekendijk
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@Lensflare Deviant gasses can't convey heat to solids? Seriously? That's your point? Do you know how ridiculous that sounds? A gas can. A near vacuum can as well with much higher velocity particles making up for fewer particles. A near vacuum at high temperature has very high velocities to make up for it. Those high velocity particles are very good at delivering energy to an object when they hit it. Is this so hard to understand? 200 baseballs at 2mph ... Or one at 400 mph? Which environment would you want to be exposed to?
Jens Hoekendijk
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@Lensflare Deviant YOU started with the insults … and now I can't reply in kind? Look up the definition of hypocrite. As for your assertion about "temperature" … wow … I don't know how you think you can assert some kind of scientific understanding if you don't know what "temperature" is. To wit "The atoms and molecules in a gas are in constant motion. Temperature is a measure of this motion. How are these related? As temperature increases, the molecules and atoms move faster." You are wasting my time. Go find your rock …. pick up rock … crawl under rock .. lower rock. Moron. You started it. Go away.
Mudkip909
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Yo, this new Kerbal update looks dope.
cer sebastian
cer sebastian Pirms 2 Gadiem
what WEEBS think about SAOCAM-1A finally a anime related sattelite! what REAL ANIME AND SPACE LOVERS think hmm this is not sao but hey the launch is cool
Sebastian Celada
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Q vien por argentina 👌 Saludos desde colombia
Adamski
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399 flat earthers disliked this.
Jens Hoekendijk
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Oops
jim oberg
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The SpaceX launch Oct 7 was also seen in northern Belgium, by the way -- an hour after liftoff, over the North Sea, the second stage briefly turned on its engine to fall back into the atmosphere. lvlocal.info/down/video/b6q13XGPep-Nqps.html
Jens Hoekendijk
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Temperature is a measure of kinetic energy of an environment. As I mentioned in my post, when the number of "billiard balls" (or particles) becomes lower a high temperature is achieved when the lesser number of particles have higher velocities. Since kinetic energy goes with velocity squared a 10X increase in speed would increase the energy by 100X (which means you could have 100X less density). "Relativistic" electrons are found in this area (supposedly a literal wall to relativistic electrons) so very high speeds would raise the kinetic energy (and thus temperature) very quickly. The object in space may not get hit by many particles but no matter how few number are on the tip of a pin standing on an angels forearm hair … the velocity must make up for the lesser number. I suggest that the velocities in the environment YOU are suggesting would tear shit apart. Now .. to your point again … you could NOT rely on conduction for a space suit. Conduction is defined by the thermal conductivity of the colder object. A spacesuit would not conduct much heat to outer space since outer space has poor thermal conductivity. The thermal conductivity of space does not affect conduction to a spaceship which is defined by the thermal conductivity of the spaceship (and temperature gradient)_. So … yes …a miniscule amount of material hitting the spaceship would still heat up the spaceship due to conduction. Thermal transfer with conduction would NOT be effecrive for a spacesuit outward since space is not thermally conductive to receive and distrivute heat. Conduction of heat to the spaceship is not limited in this manner. The low density but high velocity environment CAN effectively transfer energy with few interactions but very high velocity (and energy). I know yo said you're a space jockey … are you just testing me with sideways questions? Thanks for the specific question. I have enjoyed the back and forth. Spacesuit a problem, though, no? No convective transfer or conductive transfer leaving … what? Spacesuits are a thermodynamic problem in my mind. What say you?
jim oberg
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"Conduction would be the dominant energy transfer mode." == Conduction from WHAT? What's the mass of this plasma in the vicinity of a spacecraft? Compared to a drop of water or a pinhead or a fingernail clipping or a mustard seed, for example? And how much would all that super-hot material, if instantly transferred, raise the temperature of a 30 ton vehicle?
Jens Hoekendijk
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@jim oberg Air obviously since water has higher convective heat transfer than air. THANK YOU FOR AN INTELLIGENT ASSERTION/QUESTION/CHALLENGE. In space, however, convective heat transfer would obviously not dominate. The light density of space is not analogous to being dropped in air or water since convection wouldn't be the dominant mode in space due to low density. Conduction would be the dominant energy transfer mode. The low density is offset by very high velocities and high temperature gradient. In a plasma environment radiative heat transfer may occur as well. To your point, however, since convective heat transfer is presumably very low in space … how do spacesuits or spaceships avoid runaway heat buildup if they can't use convective heat transfer? In my mind the lunar module would have cooked them just based on the 200 degree "sunny" side. How would they get rid of this heat? Without much convective heat transfer I wonder whether the lunar lander (or spacesuits) would have runaway heat buildup. How would either of them expel heat? Only thing I can think of is converting heat into another form of energy (chemical ... but this is mass limited) or electrical (piezos converting kinetic energy to electrical energy which is stored). But the spacesuits? How did they stay cool when being pelted by solar radiation? I do not know. Thanks for the thoughtful question. My answer (again) is conduction would dominate heat transfer in space and driven by the high temperature gradient. Maybe radiative heat transfer as well given plasma environment. Space would not be like immersion in water or air …
jim oberg
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It's a question of heat transfer rate, where density does matter. Would you rather be immersed in water at 32 degrees F, or air at 32 deg F? How long would you survive in either case?
WhiteBoiPlays
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The Earth's a triangle
Almanaque Do Mundo
Almanaque Do Mundo Pirms 2 Gadiem
Cade o starman????
freaky
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You guys should definitely stream @ 60FPS would make it so much enjoyable
Fahad Zahid
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@SpaceX Why was this launched east to west. isn't that harder considering you would need an extra 2000kph than if you had launched west to east due to earth's spin
jim oberg
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on the equator it's about 1600 k/h, the farther north you go it's reduced to 1600 times cosine[latitude]. This was a north-to-south launch so it did indeed lose some 'free velocity'.
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