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On December 9, 2020, Starship serial number 8 (SN8) completed a high-altitude flight test as it successfully ascended, transitioned propellant, and demonstrated a first-of-its-kind controlled aerodynamic descent and landing flip maneuver - which will enable landing where prepared surfaces or runways do not exist, including the Moon, Mars, and beyond.

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23 dec 2020

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Amazing !!
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A completely successful crash landing. Can't wait to get in line to ride this thing.
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I love the explosion at the end
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Непонятно, взорвалась или нет?!
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Unnecessary technology
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Space X its amazing .......
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amazing!
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Time to get back on kerbal.
Damian
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And here is me , a parasite watching other succeed while me watching this on knock of ipad with 2.86£ in my bank acc. Nice, sometimes i question myself why god gave me the slot on earth and not another Elon Musk, Im a waste of space
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2.86 pounds is quite a lot you know. you can achieve many things with that kind of money
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Ouch that's a harsh self judgement. A world is built by every kind of individuals and everyone has the right to find his place in it, no matter the social level or the wealth. The wasted souls are the ones seeking for destroying the others
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My friend says that this feat hasn't been achieved by anyone yet. The crash doesn't bother space x much.
Erik
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Why isn't there a violent reaction when liquid oxygen is exposed to the flames of the rocket? (Didn't look anything up, I just know liquid oxygen is scary stuff)
Jack Whitlock
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Liquid Oxygen itself isn’t flammable, only when mixed with Methane
Tutti Frutti
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Really great fireworks Elon. Just make sure, next time you send a Starship with humans in it, that they all land in one piece. Can you not use a non explosive fuel? Can't you run a Starship on batteries? And nuclear power?
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​@Brent Smith If building a rocket 27 times bigger is an option to save lives, I'd say go for it, but I would be in favor of using a nuclear reactor, yes. I would opt for a Thorium nuclear reactor in particular, because of radiation levels being much safer, and I would use that energy to power an Ion thruster, but an Ion thruster that is many times more powerful than exists today. But, I wouldn't send a rocket into space to begin with, it is better to build and launch a Starship from space. A miniaturized fusion reactor would be better.
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@Tutti Frutti As I already said, low explosive fuels are impractical for rocketry. With methane and oxygen, you need about 15 lb of fuel for every kg of payload. With a more stable fuel like high test peroxide, you'd need about 400lb per lb. That means that to lift the same payload your rocket would need to be *27* times bigger. And apparently you *do* think a nuclear reactor would be safer? I encourage you to read up on the Kiwi-TNT test, which simulated a nuclear rocket/aircraft crash. The resulting burst of radiation was lethal to a radius of 600ft, and would have injured out to 2000ft. I don't see how that's any better than a typical fuel fire.
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@Brent Smith The idea of using a non explosive fuel or energy source, is that in the case of a crash, the starship wouldn't blow up the astronauts into tiny pieces, and their lives could be spared, as the ship would only be submitted to kinetic force. I have seen helicopter crashes where the crew could have survived if it wasn't for the explosion and fire, as it came in at a low speed. It pisses me off seeing so many casualties that could have been prevented, caused by air crashes because airlines don't want to use alternative energy sources such as nuclear power. Human bodies don't like high explosives.
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There's a reason they're building and testing dozens of prototypes. They want to fly hundreds of unmanned flights before putting people on it. They can't use a non-explosive fuel, because any fuel that stable has far too little energy to be useful in orbital rocketry. For example high test peroxide is relatively inexplosive, but has pathetic specific impulse. Batteries have even less usable energy. Nuclear power could work in theory, but do you really think smashing a nuclear reactor into the ground would end any better?
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I'm gonna assume you meant use a non-explosive fuel, the entire point of a fuel is to be explosive because an exhaust of a rocket is just a controlled explosion. And the nuclear power you said, using solar is significantly cheaper, easier, and lighter.
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Don't forget that every explosion is a step forward for that very first footstep on Mars. Nothing is wasted.
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I wonder what cosmic changes await us in 10 years?
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Just a simple question. Why rocket? Why it can't be a plane rocket moving to the space as we see in sci-fi movies? Is it like the only way to get to the space is a straight vertical move? Why not horizontaly?
40 Watt
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The amount of fuel needed would need to be insane or just impossible. Edit: Also if you go up you get out the atmosphere faster.
Brent Smith
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Because single stage spacecraft aren't practical with current technology, and two-stage spaceplanes are far more difficult to engineer that a traditional rocket. To date, nobody has built one. The Space Shuttle had a more traditional rocket first stage, and was more of a 2.5 stage vehicle. Even if you can make it work, an aircraft-shaped spacecraft is much less mass efficient than a traditional cylinder with some attachments. The Space Shuttle lifted ~136 tonnes to orbit, of which only 24 tonnes was payload, or 17%. Starship will lift ~300 tonnes, of which ~150 is payload, or 50%.
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Watch the everyday astronaut's videos about this , he explains very well
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Hahahahahahaha!!!!!
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What’s so funny?
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This looks very high maintenance
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Very fricken cool🇦🇺🤠👍
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I saw the thumbnail and I thought this was a stock video
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@Neo D i like how he said tesla stock prices are a bit high or something and then it went down by 10 or 20% lol
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@Thanos car nah you're good. Anytime Elon tweets about something the stock price blows up. A couple of weeks back he tweeted about Signal and the stock literally went up like 400% overnight but then started to crash slowly
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@Javier Roche anything elon related 100% but oh well might as well tell me to shut up since im only 13
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Would you put money into spaceX?
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The flip maneuver is insane🤦‍♂️ never seen anything like it before well done
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Thanks SpaceX. You brought the future back to life.
Nathan Ho
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Oh Yahh. SpaceX is going places. Keep it up guys
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これが民間企業なのがやばい
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When reality looks so surreal, that you think its a bad movie.
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The ugliest rocket I’ve seen
40 Watt
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Same, hope they figure out a way to make it look better.
Brent Smith
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She may not look like much, but she's got it where it counts, kid. Or at least, later versions will. Hopefully.
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This is like watching Pacific rim from the begining irl
Enbasagar astroscience
Don't assume it's power by speed . This is earth take off and it will be done by super heavy. Tis boi is fast in space!
F. S.
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LOL
soton000
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Its a fraud scam aparently they went to the moon in a tin box in 70`s and now what? test test test test promise promise promise test test
soton000
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@Jack Whitlock Fits both terms
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40 Watt
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There aren't soviets as competition this time.
Brent Smith
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@soton000 It's okay to admit that you don't understand all this. Afterall, it's literally rocket science.
soton000
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@Brent Smith good one
Golden Dragon 黃龍
Nice try
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SN8 unlocked achivevment [do a barrel roll]
The cure
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It's a wow from me but we are still messing around trying to get out of our own orbit. We won't learn or gain anything from this. Can't NASA just give Musk the crashed Alien spaceship so, he can reverse Engineer it and start going places🤔
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@40 Watt yes I know and agree but again, if I can only walk to the end of my drive but can see the big city but cannot get there, whats the point!
40 Watt
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They're testing to make sure this can land correctly, it's very easy to get it to orbit the problem is getting it back safely, and that's what they're perfecting.
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Elon should maybe start considering building ICBMs for long range missiles im just saying the tests tend to get explosive
real GAMER
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Starship for human transportation to mars?
Arthur Morgan
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Is it possible to use maglev to help landing?
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hmmm
Thomas L
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Anyone been playing the game on apple devices
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I bet $30,000 on 3STS! Go to $90 Tesla! To make money for me!!
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So cool
Oleg S
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Brilliant. Seen this video a few times and makes my eyes watery every time.
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when I can buy ticket from Earth to Moon?
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cgi ?when do we get the real thing?
40 Watt
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This is real, there's multiple other angles of it and videos taken by people on their phones
Jack Whitlock
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This is the real thing
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It exploded !
40 Watt
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Nice observation
Jack Whitlock
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Nice observation
Tahseen Syed
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SN8: Goes BOOM! SpaceX : Next up: SN9
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Thank you so much for making Sci-fiction a reality! Thank you to all who work there and Elon Musk I cannot begin to describe your character!
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UN HORRIBLE SUPPOSITOIRE
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thank you sir Elon Musk and all women men space X ,we are evolving
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the fact that some people can see this and not be excited proves they are lost causes
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@doomsquid xddd real
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@Pol Valls no i mean people with no passion, at least flat earthers have passion
Pol Valls
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@doomsquid flat earthers, you mean?
doomsquid
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@Pol Valls unable to see the world now and potentially for ever, not without intentional professional help
Pol Valls
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What means "lost causes"?
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facke
Pol Valls
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XD even he typed wrong
This Monstrosity
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No its not
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The whole system including the Engines needs to be super reliable for this to succeed. Nobody would want any failure during descent. There seems to be a fundamental problem in overall design or approach that led to the failure. Conditions like low header tank pressure could easily be visualized in a simulator. How it could not be anticipated by so many rocket scientists just seems unbelievable
Jack Whitlock
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And no one seems to understand it’s a PROTOTYPE
Pol Valls
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Raptor is 100% reliable, any flight of a vehicle using these engines have been afected by malfunctions of the Raptors. Literally no one. In SN8 the malfunction was the autonomous pressurisation system, not the engines.
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I think the multiple rocket engineers employed at SpaceX are totally aware
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this is like vtol but for already vtol rockets
Pol Valls
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In rocketry, we talk about VTVL and not VTOL
Samuel Mugo
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Wow😲
Bowie The Slowie
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Is it supposed to explode?
Brent Smith
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No, but it wasn't exactly unexpected, they didn't have very high expectations for it to succeed. The point of the test was to try bunch of things during the flight, landing intact would have been a bonus. However, SN9 is set to launch in the next few days, and they are hoping to stick the landing with that one.
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I am an Indian but will love to work here. Unfortunately you don’t hire people outside America
JAY MEHTA
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@This Monstrosity And how do I get that??
This Monstrosity
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@JAY MEHTA i believe you only need a green card
JAY MEHTA
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@40 Watt and @This Monstrosity But isn't it compulsory for you to become an American Citizen?
40 Watt
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I'm sure if you had the skills needed and moved to America you could work for them.
This Monstrosity
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If you study hard and are super smart you can get special permission from the Secretary of Defense
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Scotty! We're descending too fast, we need more power Scotty! Aye captain, the engines are already at 100%, I can't give you more. We're all dead Jim!
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its like my failed flights in kerbal space program in real life
Husnul Habibie
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poor camera
Amey More
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WTF
Mohan Yeramaneni
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was the crash intentional ,i saw no landing gears which popped out ........i am confused..but amused
Pol Valls
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The crash was expected, this was the first time ever they tried this so its normal to expect a failure. About the landing legs deploy, there is not much information but all the people agree that the legs are deployed at certain speed since a certain altitude, and the ship was too fast during the last seconds, so those conditions didnt appear
A.J Technical World
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It crashed at the end😳. Where are the stands?
Jack Whitlock
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It didn’t slow down enough for the legs to deploy
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Trash!!!
Christmas Songs
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the only one thing I would change is to have a shorter landing burn I DONT know shit about rockets but idk
Pol Valls
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@Christmas Songs I just tried to comment your comment, whats the matter?
Pol Valls
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@Christmas Songs I didn't ask you neither, but here we are
Christmas Songs
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@Pol Valls did I ask you
Pol Valls
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Of course you dont know a shit about rockets. There are a lot of complicated data in this topic,
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Wouldn't a shorter landing burn in this case cause the ship to hit the ground faster and harder? I believe SpaceX already push the ship's engines to their limits during the landing burn to reduce the amount propellant used during re-entry. I don't think there is a shorter/more powerful landing burn at the moment. But I also don't know anything about rockets.
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This test is good but this starship was exploded. don't worry It was test in the future you need made it survival all piece and part of this Starship in in space. Rocket Fallcon heavy is believe you made
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That was epic
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Keren
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Karen?
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What’s a “Keren”?
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Офигеть очень круто !!!
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and Booooooooom
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🥰👍
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Increíble . Exelente trabajo.. no hace falta que vayan a la Luna o Marte... si llegan desde Cordoba a mi pueblo en Corrientes es suficiente 😅😄😀😍
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other companies: be careful with this! Do not even touch it! We will be broke if it fails Space X HAHA Rocket made big BOOM!!! Where is the next one?
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Waaao awesome
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Random person:Do a flip! Elon Musk: Ok.
My favorite Martian
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This is so far beyond even what Apollo achieved. First flight of three Raptors. First flight of the semi complete Starship. First aerodymanic controlled decent of anything this big. The first successful flip maneuver so late in flight. Even though it landed at 67 MPH and split open, it was still on the landing Pad. SN9 has failed two engines and had them swapped out. It is ready for flight after one more engine test fire.
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I honestly teared up watching this. I’m so happy to be alive and witnessing this! 🥲
KillerNinja0911
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This was amazing!!! This goes to show how much progress we have been making... Well, Elon and his crew.
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biggest fraud in recent human history. Yes they will get to the moon and to mars, all in CGI just like starwars.
40 Watt
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go to boca chica
Commissar Cain
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CGI back then was worse than your theory's, and that is hard to come across
Just some guy With a surprised expression
How can it be fraud if Alot of people actually saw it in real life 👁👄👁
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Go to Boca chica
Doctor Talha
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OK guys, one serious question. Why invest in colonizing Mars becauae civilization on earth is at the verge of extinction because of natural or man made events. What I mean to say is why Mars, ain't it a mistake to colonize planets in the first place. Why not simply colonize the empty space and have our own controlled eco-system in a large spaceship?
40 Watt
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Backup planet.
Jack Whitlock
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So if something happens on Earth, humans won’t go extinct
Mr Andy
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That looks alien
Taolà Mày
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..,...
C25T Official
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(Waiting for SN9, and hope successful). To SpaceX May I know how to Track "Merah - Putih Satellite?"
C L
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Only 4,5 millions of views.. Strange...
Brent Smith
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The original stream has about double that. But the thing is, this just isn't a big deal outside of the spaceflight community. Even within said community, a lot of the old guard are still dismissive of this program. It's mostly only the dedicated fans and people randomly being sent here by the almighty LVlocal algorithm who are watching this.
C L
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@Atlas I was expecting more views..
Atlas
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?
NCM -No Copyright Music
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The idea itself is astonishing
Андрей Огородный
Spacex is now in 1965.
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🔥👌
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Who's filming all of this?
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@Atlas Musk?
Atlas
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guess.
deathngravity
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What a wild ride... can I go on the next one?
Audrius J
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If you think that this was a unsuccessful mission - you stupid.
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You are more Dense than Osmium
Rudi Maartens
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How are you going to colonize Mars
Commissar Cain
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Better bring the British along!
Jack Whitlock
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With Starship
Mdr Ptdr
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Ok. So it worked here?
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Rocketry is a little like gymnastics: it's all in sticking the landing. SO close! Our five judges voted: 9.1 8.9 9.2 9.0 9.1
zensus zensur
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all my 8 judges votet 3.3
Balaji Balasubramani
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But why we need perfect landing. Instead of this , we can catch the rocket with the help of helicopter or use big net to catch the rocket or make big flight engine then give thrust from land to sky then catch through big carne or helicopter
40 Watt
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This is simpler and the immense strength of a net needed to catch this would be either impossible or incredibly expensive
Commissar Cain
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@Ethan Roberts we could build a new one, the USSR style helicopter, they built one in 1960 so we could build one now
Brent Smith
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@Ethan Roberts 72 now, B-1051 just landed for the 8th time :D
Ethan Roberts
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@Balaji Balasubramani It makes more sense to use the engines already on the rocket. Plus, the falcon 9 has landed 71 times already so we know its a good method.
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@Ethan Roberts then wat about thrust from land , after that we can use crane
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Thank you for a glimpse into the future ..
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