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SpaceX is targeting launch of the Telstar 18 VANTAGE satellite to a Geostationary Transfer Orbit (GTO) from Space Launch Complex 40 (SLC-40) at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida. The four-hour launch window opens at 11:28 p.m. EDT on Sunday, September 9, or 3:28 UTC on Monday, September 10. The satellite will be deployed approximately 32 minutes after liftoff.
Following stage separation, SpaceX will attempt to land Falcon 9’s first stage on the “Of Course I Still Love You” droneship, which will be stationed in the Atlantic Ocean.

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10 sep 2018

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Fabio Ferreira Gomes
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13.49 for countdown net T- 10
Lemuel Jaco Verdan
13:55
leokimvideo
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With all this amazing tech we still have unstable video feeds. I don't understand
william Greene
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At 41:08 in the voice of the count from sesame street " Jettisoning one 7 Ha Ha Ha"
Jean Michel Pelletier
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Vantage redoutable et intelligent
Jean Michel Pelletier
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Désolé mais Reeven est un beau nom
Jean Michel Pelletier
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Pour l humanité l histoire et développement 3Jmcorp tesla maglev FERRÉ bus accordéon mtl pour un roket le plus puissant jamais réalisée
Jean Michel Pelletier
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Pour ma fierté personnelles
Jean Michel Pelletier
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J ais une partie de Moi Reeven que pense tu du nouveau dessin que j ais envoyer à tesla mtl
Baxter Cat!
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Flight, try SCE to AUX
Fox Mulder
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Hello Elon Why do not we try to get back the second floor? What does it become? I' m Frenchy...
ashang lungleng
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Amazing..... One thing is that as the rocket took off, instead of showing STAGE 1 it showed STAGE 2... maybe a technical error.
릴리뤽
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WOW!!
Zach Baird
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I only watch up to stage separation and then landing and fairing separation
jay muir
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We had a Coleco Telstar ranger video game system in the 70s it was cool on our zenith tv with Sonic clicker.
jay muir
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Except the dogs chain would change the channel when she scratched..
Darrell Hambley
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I like this older announcer. He knows his shit. When I think about the millennial guy and chick, what I seem to remember is that he's always holding a skateboard and she has blue hair and is preparing a latte for me. Is this a false memory or do I have it right?
Derek Loftis
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Really wish they would use Meters per second for speed. Whats with this KPH stuff?
Thomas Wijgerse
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kph is the most used unit for speed, so makes sense to use it to make it accesesibly to as many people as possible.
Yomi
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13:50 count down
ParanormalDoctor
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You know what would look cool? Making it a KSP style map, seeing the maneuvers and you trajectory live with apoapsis and periapsis. Not just your planned trajectory but your current trajectory.
ParanormalDoctor
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@Thomas Wijgerse Thanks a lot.
Thomas Wijgerse
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they used to do that, look up "spacex technical webcast", but they stopped doing that because it was ultimately not worth the effort
Chris
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How hard rocket science can be anyways?
VanEyes
VanEyes Pirms 2 Gadiem
Negative correlation between excitement and progress confirmed. Absolutely perfect. Big picture looking good SpaceX! Congratz!
Andres SanGabriel
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Hey stef i want big lander leg in sfs
Spartan7117
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Found the 183 Orbital ATK employees
John C. Haines
John C. Haines Pirms 2 Gadiem
Wouldn’t it be weird if they did a live video and the spaceship blew up after take off?
Shourya Bose
Shourya Bose Pirms 2 Gadiem
Radical Adventures They kept the webstream on for a few minites after CRS-7 blew up. The handling was very professional.
Mark Zaikov
Mark Zaikov Pirms 2 Gadiem
The first time that I saw these rockets lands, awed me so much. Now that it's becoming a habit of SpaceX as well as the good comedic approach for what they are doing is just astonishing to witness. I'm so glad to be alive at this era to witness these technological breakthroughs. I can't wait to see the Starman lands to Mars and BFR doing a flyby on the moon with Artists on it~
Muhammad Javed
Muhammad Javed Pirms 2 Gadiem
For those of us who came for the launch only plz skip to 13:58 your welcome...
Mr. Boomguy
Mr. Boomguy Pirms 2 Gadiem
To think, Elon Musk's heroes has been doubing him.
Prince X
Prince X Pirms 2 Gadiem
elon u fcking alien give me chance to get to mars
The Ultimate Reductionist
Neil Armstrong's real words as he first set foot on the moon: "That's one small step for man, one... my GOD this place is BORING, just nothing but rocks & dust & blackness, not a pub or a strip joint for miles! ...giant leap for mankind."
Light on the Inside
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You guys need better camera setups, can’t she shit 2 launches in a row, not good publicity.
Kramyful2109
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I think spacex sets their priorities in delivering payloads rather than viewer experience
Legend
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Time to break out Kerbal Space Program
Denny Manezzi
Denny Manezzi Pirms 2 Gadiem
*Elon Musk is my hero.* 👍
Mtchs
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LET US COMMENT AT THE LIVE
S Lenn
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Cowards running scared
Matthijs _
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Awesome!
Rustom Rongpi
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Spacex is great.
MAX BLE
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0:40 is this joint smoke?
Here you will find hot courses on earnings
They know how to do their job,well done guys!
Gabriel Stoychev
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41:36 44:50 You can clearly see UFOs.
Wlofs
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oh that's nice
oM4Di50No
oM4Di50No Pirms 2 Gadiem
How did they get from the moon back to Earth? What allowed propulsion?
How Does it Really Work
The weight of the rocket is largely in the fuel stored in its tanks. And all of this huge mass eventually turns into exhaust gases, which fly out of the nozzle 3-4 times faster than a bullet from a gun. The _recoil_ pushes the rocket in the opposite direction. You do not need air for the recoil to happen. In fact, the exhaust velocity is greater without air, and produces more recoil. The rocket engines work better in the vacuum of space than on Earth.
Specter MK
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There is gravity in space. There is also air, but very little
oM4Di50No
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@Specter MK like there is no normal gravity or "air". Or does it work the same as on earth?
Specter MK
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What do you mean by that?
oM4Di50No
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@Specter MK what was the resistance that allowed lift off?
Widow Maker
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I want to be an astronomer when I am older can I work for you pls ?
Al Quinn
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dis guy sound funny; sound like someone talking 'bout hogs at teh country fair
一孔之见
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恭喜spacex
your DISCOVERelax channel
Hello Mr. Musk ... I need 1 Million Dollar. Could you fullfill my wish?
William Stephens
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I think this guy is Spacex's best commentator.
Nothing Nobody
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William Stephens: I kept thinking I was listening to a golf-tournament
Norman Retzke
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Great job SpaceX personnel. You've revolutionized space flight.
NexZist
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Who loves SpaceX
himano loganor
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filmed with nokia
darrick steele
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Could the shutdown of the Sun Observatories have had something to do with Telstar?
TYDor Gaming
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Good luck!
DAVID T
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And Elon does all that while smoking a massive blunt!
RandomTorok
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It always amazes me that these guys can land a rocket on a barge in the Atlantic ocean but they can't keep the video going.
Thomas Wijgerse
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they cant because he laws of physics.
Gerardo M. Requejo Y.
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Despegue: 13:55
DanMcSharp
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When having people telling you your videos are getting boring means you're doing a good job.
Mоrs clericis
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Вітання з України!
Gibacke
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black and white image!!
The industrial revolution was a disaster
shut the fuck up Spacex make the most important thing in this world,for this century
The 25th Psychonaut
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I miss when they used to give the song credit during the pauses of coverage. The music in this one is really dank
SUSPENSO 33
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the big tesla
Koaasst
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hey John! great launch
Michael Scofield
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Of course i still love you
Michael Scofield
Michael Scofield Pirms 2 Gadiem
İ love u elon
Zombie Bot
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🚀Of course I still love you! 🛰
Sonny Moon
Sonny Moon Pirms 2 Gadiem
maybe it is because it is dark there but i don't remember seeing such an amazingly good shot of the rocket before.
James Brickton
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This is yet another amazing moment in the history of spacex and human history in total.
Blu Sensation
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aways support your favorite companies
João Faria
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Well done. Congratulations. One more amazing mission.
NewfieParamedic
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As for the narration, I wish Bob Ross was alive to do it. I need to buy some titanium white now!
Nothing Nobody
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NewfieParamedic: HAHAHA!!
Jerry Stafford
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Amazing thank you elon and a big thanks to the space x team
Kevin CCIE
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The FALCON HEAVY is the only FUN LAUNCH AND LANDINGS LEFT. The Falcon 9 launches and landings are getting boring now. Elon has reached his goal for boring launches for the Falcon 9.
Tj
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When did they get Norm Macdonald to host?
gary murphy
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Please stop this guys commentary, he’s very patronising
HT N
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What do you expect from an employee of SpaceX ?
milkbox
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I'm only here to watch the booster land, never fails to put a smile on my face. I dont even care about the payload. XD Who feels the same?
Lensflare Deviant
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I won't get bored of it any time soon... :)
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Ура Илону Маску и его изобретениям, позор Роскосмосу - позор российской космонавтике, отставшей на всю жизнь от мировых тенденций.
Tom Chan
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*T R Y P I C A L* - Daddy John Insprucker 19:04
Sanjit Daniel
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lvlocal.info/down/video/qa_YqYCxqq5mnIk.html
GM Laurence
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Back when Space X first started, everybody laughed. They are not laughing anymore. GREAT JOB young people.
HylanderSB
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Are the two second stage nozzle views 180 degrees apart? If so, can someone at SpaceX's camera group look up the 180 degree rule in film making?
william Greene
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It does sound like an Elon kind of thing don't it? :)
HylanderSB
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william Greene If I didn’t already know how cameras are used in space, I might agree with your first hypothesis. The second one though. That might have legs! Maybe I should have mentioned that I worked on the camera system for what would have become the robotic rescue mission for Hubble about 13 years ago. It got cancelled when the Shuttle returned to flight ops. So unlike most people here, I do happen to know what I’m talking about.
william Greene
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How do we know if they just flipped the image to screw with us? It would be funny.
william Greene
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HylanderSB Here's the rocket 180-degree_rule. You put the cameras exactly 180 degrees apart so that you can see the entire engine, turbopumps, etc. The cameras are data gathering equipment primarily, so that in the event of a malfunction you get all 360 degrees of the problems. Do you actually think they switch back and forth like that. No that's for the webcast. They are receiving continuous feeds from all the cameras all the time. They don't show us them all because there would be 6 camera feeds or more on the screen and they would be tiny. The cameras aren't there for us, but they are very cool.
HylanderSB
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I’d grant you that point if I hadn’t already made it myself.
SxmRadio
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Yay John's on the com!
CryptoTamil
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what happens to the stage 2 engine?
Lensflare Deviant
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They end life in the indian ocean..
The industrial revolution was a disaster
debris is oficialy an debris but an important one
Macca
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Elon...Just a thought..I would recover second stage (if possible) as salvage and sell parts of it to the public..I would buy some of that and I am sure it would raise a F@ck ton of money. Get me somma' that space junk. ✌👌
The industrial revolution was a disaster
is very very hard to do that he can't,no one can't but wait just 10 years and you will get pleased (better use the parts for other rockets,is hard but more useful)
VedTraed
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The current second stage has no heat shield, it would not survive the re-entry from 27.000 km/h. SpaceX have already considered designing such a second stage, but the added weight and complexity by far outweighed any possible cost savings. Elon Musk mentioned a crazy idea earlier this year which involved landing it with balloons, but that still remains a crazy idea. And I'm not that convinced people would pay dozens of millions of dollars for space junk.
Truc Hoang
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Waiting for BFR launch.
T1000AX
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22:15 watch it decelerate. watching gauges.. hey...
William Moorman
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Awesome as always
Theo J. Williams
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WOW. I remember watching the FIRST Trans-Atlantic broadcast via the FIRST Telstar satellite. The British downlink site was at scenic Goonhilly Downs...a lovely name, i still think....
Incredible Hulk
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Lift off 14:00. 1st stage landing 22:00, but a bad view.
BinaryOrbitals
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Cool part starts at 13:10
Veli Bıçakçı
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Fırlatmaya az kaldı. Doktorum nerede.!?
george israel
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The landing is the best part, i can't believe spacex is having issues with camera during land till today, guys please fix this, I love watching spacex launches, and I can't wait for another one but the camera issue is aggravating now, please please guys.
Jeff Cox
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They dont have any camera issue. The camera works fine. It's the signal being sent from the camera to a nearby support barge that gets disrupted by the force of the landing thrust. It's doubtful that spacex will ever fix the problem, since the purpose of the cameras in the first place is NOT to entertain us. No, their purpose is to monitor and record the landings for use later if necessary, and their recordings are saved just fine. If someone wants to write Elon a check for a few hunnerd thousand dollars every drone ship landing, I'm sure he'd be happy to fix the problem. However, until there is a need for a live feed, the signal will continue being disrupted whenever they land on the drone ship. It's amazing how many of you people think that spacex owes us a crystal clear uninterrupted live view of their business.
David Jacobs
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lvlocal.info/down/video/joaq2qODiqSKfJs.html Telstar - The Tornados ( 1962 ) lvlocal.info/down/video/q3_MtoJ7hpqHp58.html Telstar - The Ventures
The Exoplanets Channel
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*So glad to see another video after the last one from one month ago, the wait worth it !*
iiiDartsiii
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18:09 bermumida :D
Gin-chan's Odd Jobs。万事屋銀ちゃん
"Falcon 9 is getting boring. Need more Falcon Heavy" "Falcon Heavy is getting boring. Need more BFR" "BFR is getting boring. Need more ???"
Anna Cowgill
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INCREDIBLE!!🤗
Eric Graves
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Really need to switch back to m/s instead of km/h - where else in space flight do you see km/h?
Thomas Wijgerse
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the technical webcasts show m/s, but they stopped doing those, and just do km/h since thats the unit most people understand.
Lensflare Deviant
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Especially since every calculation you do for rocketry returns m/s..
Eric Graves
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Really, I guess I just imagined this video - lvlocal.info/down/video/fLC31JuIaJupmXk.html&list=PLC474234E124B5213&index=32 Oh, and METERS ARE METRIC!
How Does it Really Work
*m/s = meters/second* is as metric as it gets. "Hour", on the other hand, is not a metric unit -- although it is allowed in the International System of units, because km/h are used so much in transportation. SpaceX did use m/s in NROL-76 webcast.
David Keenan
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SpaceX has never used m/s. All major space agencies, including Nasa, use the metric system. The only nations that don't officially use the metric system are Liberia, Myanmar and of course… the United States of America. :-)
Intel
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If stef gets 900 likes how many can i get? Elon you should play Spaceflight Simulator btw. (Hes right btw, these launches are becoming so common, they are achieving their goals)
Alex Raxach
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what's the satellite for?
Jeff Cox
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A simple google of the satellite name would present to you with an explanation of what it is. Telsat....the name alone should pretty much answer your question. It's purpose is to provide upgraded data services to certain areas of the planet.
David Keenan
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Commercial communications satellite.
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