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What's wrong with SpaceX's Starship design? NASA Artemis I record breaker!

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First 200 to join through the link get 20% off the annual Premium subscription! 🤍 SpaceX is in final preparation for the Orbital flight. Starship 24 and Super Heavy Booster 7 are receiving the last upgrades before launch day! NASA’s Artemis 1 is on the way back to Earth, and we’re doing a launch recap, a Mission Update, and a progress update for Artemis 2. How long do we have to wait? #SpaceX #starship #elonmusk #artemis Timestamps: 00:00 Intro 00:26 Starship Updates 01:30 SpaceX Super Heavy Static Fires 02:34 Static Fire Shockwaves & Concrete Problems 05:24 Possible Flame Diverter Solution? 05:45 SpaceX Starship OLM Damage 07:09 Ship 24 Heat Shield Rework 08:02 NASA Artemis 1 Update 09:36 Orion vs. Apollo 10:18 Latest Video Updates From Artemis 1 10:53 Apollo 17 Anniversary 11:13 Artemis 1 Milestones 11:36 Artemis 1 Reentry & Splashdown 12:15 Artemis 2 Status Update 13:09 SpaceX Lunar Starship & Artemis 3 14:57 Conclusion & Bloopers Cosmic Perspective B7 Static Fire: 🤍 Editing: Stefanie Schlang Photography: Kevin Randolph, aka Chief, John Winkopp & Stefanie Schlang ▶️WAIWear Store: 🤍 ▶️Twitter: 🤍 ▶️Instagram: 🤍 ▶️Facebook: 🤍 ▶️Patreon: 🤍 ▶️WAI Spotify Playlist: 🤍 RGV Aerial Photography - Become a Flight-Supporter! 🤍 Credit: ⭐SpaceX ⭐NASA ⭐RGV on Twitter: 🤍 ⭐RGV on YouTube: 🤍 ⭐Ryan Hansen Space on YouTube: 🤍 ⭐Ryan Hansen Space on Twitter: 🤍 ⭐Virtual Space_3D on Twitter: 🤍 ⭐The Ring Watchers on Twitter: 🤍RingWatchers ⭐Lunar Caveman on Twitter: 🤍 ⭐The Space Engineer on YouTube: 🤍 ⭐Starship Gazer on YouTube: 🤍 ⭐Starship Gazer on Patreon: 🤍 ⭐Starship Gazer on Twitter: 🤍 ⭐LabPadre on Twitter: 🤍 ⭐LabPadre on YouTube: 🤍 ⭐Greg Scott on Twitter: 🤍 ⭐🤍 ⭐Nick Henning on Twitter: 🤍 ⭐Cosmic Perspective on Twitter: 🤍 ⭐Cosmic Perspective on YouTube: 🤍 ⭐Tony Bela on Twitter: 🤍 ⭐ErcX on Twitter: 🤍 ⭐SpaceX 3D Creation Eccentric on Twitter: 🤍 ⭐SpaceX 3D Creation Eccentric on YouTube: 🤍 ⭐Alex Svan on Twitter: 🤍 ⭐Caspar Stanley on Twitter: 🤍 ⭐Neopork on Twitter: 🤍 ⭐Corey on Twitter: 🤍 ⭐Brendan Lewis on Twitter: 🤍 ⭐Adam Cuker on YouTube: 🤍 📄Links for this Episode: 🤍 🤍

Elon Musk: "Starship takes beings of Earth to Mars"

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#greatspacex #elonmusk #spacex #nasa Advertisers who want to place ads on our channel, please contact the email manager: smanager339🤍gmail.com = SpaceX Starship SN Be the first to sponsor us Thank you. 🤍 Elon Musk: "Starship takes beings of Earth to Mars" 1)HUGE THANKS TO: 2) SOURCES OF IMAGES AND VIDEOS TijnM_3DAnimations : 🤍 TijnM: 🤍 iamVisual: 🤍 Matthew/ \Ryan: 🤍 SpaceXvision: 🤍 Ryan Hansen Space: 🤍 🤍 DeepSpaceCourier : 🤍 Cosmic Perspective: 🤍 Robossbomb: 🤍 🤍 = There are many existential threats to life on Earth: a global pandemic even more deadly than COVID-19, a runaway greenhouse effect similar to what happened on Venus but with our own finger on the trigger; an impact by a giant asteroid bigger than the one that killed the dinosaurs; explosions of nearby stars in the form of supernovae or gamma-ray bursts; or the inevitable brightening of the sun within a billion years, which would boil all the oceans on Earth. These catastrophes bring to mind the need to preserve the precious diversity of terrestrial life, in the spirit of the biblical story about Noah’s Ark. But what a modern Noah’s Ark might look like. Well, the richest man in the world could give you the answer! Elon Musk has likened SpaceX’s Mars-bound rocket Starship to Noah’s Ark, capable of saving creatures from extinction if Earth ever becomes unlivable. The tech billionaire shared an image by Japanese artist Shigeru Komatsuzaki from 1968 titled ‘Space Ark’, which shows pairs of animals filing onto a futuristic spacecraft. “Starship takes beings of Earth to Mars,” the SpaceX boss tweeted. Elon Musk: "Starship takes beings of Earth to Mars" We use images and content in accordance with the YouTube Fair Use copyright guidelines: 🤍 Any questions about copyright please send us via Gmail: colonbina25🤍gmail.com To be resolved, thank you.

Why SpaceX Starship May Not Launch this month…

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#greatspacex #elonmusk #spacex #nasa Advertisers who want to place ads on our channel, please contact the email manager: smanager339🤍gmail.com = SpaceX Starship SN Be the first to sponsor us Thank you. 🤍 = Why SpaceX Starship May Not Launch this month… TijnM: 🤍 Clarence365: 🤍 🤍 SpaceXvision: 🤍 StarshipGazer: 🤍 🤍 Kevin Randolph: 🤍 🤍Considercosmos: 🤍 Cosmic Perspective: 🤍 Anthony Gomez: 🤍 C-bass Productions : 🤍 Robossbomb: 🤍 🤍 Adam Cuker: 🤍 Lewis Knaggs : 🤍 Project Road to Mars: 🤍 🤍 TheSpaceEngineer : 🤍 3D_ Daniel: 🤍 🤍 iamVisual: 🤍 = SpaceX's CEO Elon Musk has a history of overly optimistic predictions about Starship's schedule. When Musk gave an update in September 2019, he predicted that the first orbital flight would occur within six months. But with 2022 already here, SpaceX has yet to try an orbital launch of Starship. Musk's latest prediction is to get SpaceX's massive Starship rocket into orbit for the first time in November in a launch he hopes will revolutionize the space industry. However, November ended with overwhelming disappointment. As SpaceX partner, NASA expects SpaceX to be ready to attempt Starship’s first orbital flight, an essential element in the agency's Artemis lunar exploration plans as soon as early December. Unfortunately, it is highly likely that NASA won’t get its wish! Because SpaceX’s Starship may not launch this month!!! Why’s that? Well, there are some good reasons for it! Why SpaceX Starship May Not Launch this month… We use images and content in accordance with the YouTube Fair Use copyright guidelines: 🤍 Any questions about copyright please send us via Gmail: colonbina25🤍gmail.com To be resolved, thank you.

SpaceX Starship Power & Pressurisation Put to the Test! China Space Station now Permanently Occupied

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Head to 🤍 to save 10% off your first purchase of a website or domain using code mattlowne Another packed episode! Lots of news with Starship Superheavy Booster 7 and it's record-breaking long duration static fire, which was to test not just the launchpad, but also the autogenous pressurisation systems of the liquid oxygen tank! Following the static fire, 2 Raptor 2 engines were removed and replaced. Elsewhere, China's space station is now permanently occupied, after the Shenzhou 14 and Shenzhou 15 crews stayed on the station simultaneously, the first time we've seen a physical handover of command for a Chinese Space Station! We also had some great new shots of the inside of the Orion Spacecraft on the Artemis 1 launch! 👕Buy my Merch!!.............►🤍 😎Join the Channel!..........►🤍 🐱‍🏍My Subreddit.................►🤍 📷Instagram......................►🤍 🔥Twitter............................►🤍 💬Discord...........................►🤍 💕Patreon...........................►🤍 🚀Second channel.............►🤍 Check out Cosmic Perspective's Booster 7 Static Fire video! 🤍 Starship, Starbase, and all other rocket Photographers: 📸 Starship Gazer ► 🤍 📸 LabPadre ► 🤍 📸 Greg Scott ► 🤍 📸 Starbase Surfer ► 🤍 & 🤍 📸 Cosmic Perspective ► 🤍 📸 Nic Ansuini ► 🤍 📸 Ground Truth ► 🤍 All the 3D Animations and Renders were by the amazing: 🚀Corey ► 🤍 & 🤍 🚀Matt Ryan ► 🤍 & 🤍 🚀Neopork ► 🤍 The music that plays during the ad is "Take a Chance" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License 🤍 #Starship #SpaceX #SpaceXStarship

Why The SpaceX Lunar Mission is Even More Important Than You Think...

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#greatspacex #elonmusk #spacex #nasa Advertisers who want to place ads on our channel, please contact the email manager: smanager339🤍gmail.com = SpaceX Starship SN Be the first to sponsor us Thank you. 🤍 = Why The SpaceX Lunar Mission is Even More Important Than You Think... 1)HUGE THANKS TO: 2) SOURCES OF THUMBNAIL: 3) SOURCES OF IMAGES AND VIDEOS velin3d: 🤍 Tamás Török: 🤍 Evan Karen: 🤍 C-bass Productions : 🤍 Cosmic Perspective: 🤍 iamVisual: 🤍 TijnM: 🤍 SpaceXvision: 🤍 = Why the SpaceX Lunar Mission Is More Important Than You Think! The 2000s saw several super-wealthy individuals spend a fortnight on the ISS. That particular era of space tourism ended in 2009 when spare seats on Russian rockets were bought up for the exclusive use of NASA astronauts. "The second Golden Age of space", however, is rapidly approaching when the billionaire "space barons" - Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos, and Richard Branson - have given the industry a cachet not seen since the Apollo era of the 1960s and '70s. In May of 2020, SpaceX made history as the first private company to send humans into space. This marks not only a tremendous technological achievement but also the first indication that an entirely new “space-for-space” industry — that is, goods and services designed to supply space-bound customers — could be close at hand. The space industry bets on commercial space. And the rise of a series of private space companies like SpaceX will reduce the cost of spaceflight, ensuring more people can reach the stars. As director of the commercial spaceflight Phil McAlister stated after witnessing the success of SpaceX's first all-civilian flight, “We are seeing a sort of renaissance in commercial orbital human space transportation. For the first time in human history, you can go to a private company and purchase a ticket to orbit. You’ve never been able to do that; historically, you had to go to a government agency.” Why SpaceX Lunar Mission Is More Important Than You Think We use images and content in accordance with the YouTube Fair Use copyright guidelines: 🤍 Any questions about copyright please send us via Gmail: colonbina25🤍gmail.com To be resolved, thank you.

6 Minutes Ago: Elon Musk Sent Out A Terrifying Message

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Elon Musk is the unchallenged champion of space technology and since his Twitter acquisition, even the people who did not know him previously, can not help being amazed by him. Musk's erratic tweets and very public feuds with other billionaires and tech giants might be keeping him in the news nowadays but for the scientific community, his company SpaceX is the main attraction. In fact, the recent revelations by the company all set to explore the farthest parts of the universe have caused quite a bit of a stir. We have sent spacecrafts and rovers to other planets but so far humans haven't gone beyond the moon or past the low orbit of earth which is at an altitude of less than one thousand kilometers above Earth. But now Elon has hinted that SpaceX might be ready to send the very first humans to Mars and even beyond. SpaceX or Space Exploration Technologies Corp. is a spacecraft manufacturer, launcher and satellites communications corporation founded by Elon Musk back in 2002. The company's headquarters are located in Hawthorne, California. According to Elon his aim was to reduce the space transportation costs to enable the colonization of Mars. The company mainly manufactures the Falcon 9, Falcon Heavy and Starship launch vehicles. It also produces numerous rocket engines, Cargo Dragon and Crew Dragon spacecraft and the popular starlink communications satellites. It's no secret that Elon was very excited by the Mars exploration missions and wants to put humans on the red planet as soon as possible. In 2001 he joined the Mars society board of directors by donating a hundred thousand dollars. During the plenary talk at their convention he announced the Mars Oasis. It was a project that was going to land a miniature experimental greenhouse and grow plants on Mars. After a visit to Moscow, Russia with Micheal Griffin, Musk announced that he was going to start a company to build affordable rockets by applying vertical integration, using cheap commercial off-the-shelf components where he could and by adopting the modular approach of modern software engineering. This would cut the launch price significantly in Musk's opinion. Micheal Griffin, who was later appointed the NASA administrator, awarded SpaceX a 396 million dollar contract in 2006, years before the company launched a single rocket Disclaimer Fair Use: 1. The videos have no negative impact on the original works. 2. The videos we make are used for educational purposes. 3. The videos are transformative in nature. 4. We use only the audio component and tiny pieces of video footage, only if it's necessary. DISCLAIMER: Our channel is purely made for entertainment purposes, based on facts, rumors, and fiction. Copyright Disclaimer under section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, education, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statutes that might otherwise be infringing.

USSF-44 Mission

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SpaceX is targeting Tuesday, November 1 at 9:41 a.m. ET (13:41 UTC) for Falcon Heavy’s launch of the USSF-44 mission to a geosynchronous Earth orbit from Launch Complex 39A (LC-39A) at Kennedy Space Center in Florida. A backup launch opportunity is available on Wednesday, November 2 at 9:37 a.m. ET (13:37 UTC). Following booster separation, Falcon Heavy’s two side boosters will land at SpaceX’s Landing Zones 1 and 2 (LZ-1 and LZ-2) at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. A live webcast of this mission will begin about 15 minutes prior to liftoff.

Crew-4 Mission | Return

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After 170 days in space, Dragon and Crew-4 astronauts Kjell Lindgren, Bob Hines, Jessica Watkins, and Samantha Cristoforetti returned to Earth and splashed down off the coast of Florida at 4:55 p.m. ET on Friday, October 14. Falcon 9 launched Dragon and the Crew-4 astronauts to the orbiting laboratory on Wednesday, April 27 at 3:52 a.m. ET from Launch Complex 39A at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

How SpaceX "Falcon Heavy" launch save Nasa billions of dollars

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How SpaceX "Falcon Heavy" launch save Nasa billions of dollars 1)HUGE THANKS TO: 2) 🎵 ABOUT ALL TRACK IN MY VIDEO 🎵 Artist: Infraction - No Copyright Music 🤍 The Doctor 🤍 3) SOURCES OF IMAGES AND VIDEOS TijnM_3DAnimations : 🤍 TijnM: 🤍 Anthony Gomez 🤍 iamVisual 🤍 = How SpaceX "Falcon Heavy" save Nasa billions of dollars NASA and SpaceX are a match made in the heavens. The two have long been important to each other, but the symbiotic relationship appears to be growing, and increasingly on display. Last week, in an interview with CNBC, NASA Administrator Bill Nelson emphasized that "NASA is really committed" to commercial partnerships, pointing out that SpaceX won a crucial role in the agency's Artemis plan to use Starship to deliver astronauts to the surface of the moon. He mentioned other NASA projects that have companies involved, such as private space stations and lunar cargo spacecraft, but SpaceX was the only name check among them. "You sit down with Elon Musk and he'll tell you he would not be where he is if it were not for NASA," Nelson said. Indeed, early in its history, SpaceX won a crucial contract from NASA to deliver cargo to the International Space Station — before it even made it to orbit. Since then, the company has gone from success to success — earning billions in awards along the way. SpaceX is the agency's second-highest-paid vendor for the fiscal year 2022 (behind only Caltech, which manages JPL for NASA). But Nelson also stressed that it's not a one-way relationship. "Elon will tell you also, in a moment of truth, that he had a lot of technical problems – as do all of them. And who do they come running to, to help them? NASA," Nelson said. And of course, conversely, SpaceX has saved Nasa billions of dollars compared to the others, especially thanks to its powerful monster: Falcon Heavy. Let’s annalysis this in today's episode of Alpha Tech: The rise of SpaceX can be seen as a natural experiment pitting NASA before the mid-2000s, against NASA after 2005 when it began to seriously pursue a platform strategy, via SpaceX in addition to its traditional approach. How SpaceX "Falcon Heavy" launch save Nasa billions of dollars

Starship Update: Elon Musk Rakete für Mars von SpaceX in der technischen Raumfahrt Zusammenfassung

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In dem Video heute schauen wir auf die garnicht so Junge Geschichte des Starships. Klären warum es aus Edelstahl gebaut wird. Was das Raptortriebwerk ist und warum man auf Methan setzt und nicht Wasserstoff. Und natürlich schauen wir uns das Konzept der vollständigen schnelle Wiederverwendung an, die nichts weniger möchte als die Raumfahrt für immer zu revolutionieren. #starship #spacex #elonmusk Mein Video über das SpaceX Raptor: 🤍 Meine Episode über Delta-v und wie weit das Starship fliegen kann: 🤍 Mein Video über ein erneuerbar betriebenes Starship: 🤍 Der Senkrechtstarter-Shop: 🤍 * Link zum Senkrechtstarter Patreon: 🤍 Du möchtest mich durch deine Kanalmitgliedschaft unterstützen? "Das ist der Weg": 🤍 Dir gefällt was ich tue und Du magst mich auf einen Kaffee einladen? 🤍 Link zum Senkrechtstarter Discord-Server: 🤍 00:00 Intro 00:54 Wie alles began 05:45 Kosten 06:23 Material 08:53 Treibstoff 08:53 Raptor Triebwerk 12:12 Vollständige Wiederverwendung 13:12 Hitzeschild 13:59 Betankung im Orbit 15:04 Zielgruppe 17:47 Fazit * Kennzeichnen Werbe- oder Affiliate-Links. Ich verlinke Dir nur Produkte von denen ich überzeugt bin und die ich selbst nutze. Dir entstehen durch die Nutzung der Links keine Mehrkosten. Haftungshinweis: Alle Links die ich unter meinen Videos poste, sollen dir helfen die Themen die ich vorstelle weiter zu recherchieren bzw. dir zeigen, wo ich meine Informationen her habe. So möchte ich meine Videos für dich transparenter machen. Ich kann aber keine Haftung für die Inhalte von externen Links geben. Für den Inhalt der verlinkten Seiten sind ausschließlich deren Betreiber verantwortlich.

What SpaceX Crew Dragon just did in just 2 years thrilled others

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What SpaceX Crew Dragon just did in just 2 years thrilled others Huge thanks to: Evan Karen: 🤍 = ON MAY 25, 2012, the International Space Station received one of the most important deliveries in its history. Weighing in at 525 kg, the cargo included food, water, clothing, and computer equipment. There was even a gram of the ashes of Star Trek actor James Doohan nestled inside. But none of this was important. What really mattered was that the delivery arrived onboard a SpaceX Dragon C2+ capsule, which landed back on Earth 10 years ago on May 31, 2012. It heralded the beginning of a new era for space travel that would transform the fortunes of both NASA and SpaceX. Indeed, at this point, what SpaceX Dragon just did in just the past 2 years thrilled all the others. Find out everything about this in today’s episode of Alpha Tech: In a little more than two years, from 2021 to this point, SpaceX carried 30 people into orbit, this has surpassed the total number of astronauts launched into orbit by China (20 astronauts), whose human spaceflight program dates back to 2003; and in the time Crew Dragon has been operational, it has exceeded even the Russian Soyuz vehicle in terms of the total number of people flying into space during that period (18 cosmonauts). Honestly, over the last two years, Dragon also had a few flaws, including an intermittently problematic toilet and a lagging parachute on one flight, but NASA officials have been extremely pleased with the vehicle's performance. It has safely returned the United States' capability of human spaceflight, which had been lost since the space shuttle's retirement. Had Dragon not been available, NASA would have been in the uncomfortable position of relying on Russia for crew transport amid the Ukraine war. It was the last launch of 2022 for SpaceX's Dragon vehicle, but two missions are expected during the first quarter of 2023. In February, the launch of Crew 6 is planned, to be commanded by NASA astronaut Steve Bowen alongside pilot Warren Hoburg. In addition, there will be two mission specialists, Russian cosmonaut Andrey Fedyaev, and United Arab Emirates astronaut Sultan Al Neyadi. Then, as early as March, entrepreneur Jared Isaacman will fly his second Dragon free flyer mission, Polaris Dawn, with the goal of performing the world's first private EVA and conducting research to advance human spaceflight. Alongside him will be pilot Scott Poteet as well as two mission specialists, Sarah Gillis and Anna Menon, who work for SpaceX. They will be the company's first employees to fly in space on Dragon. More impressively, a senior manager said that SpaceX could even sustainably launch six or more Crew Dragons per year if the market for private missions grows large enough to demand it. What SpaceX Crew Dragon just did in just 2 years thrilled others

SpaceX Starship Booster Upgrade After Static Fires, Hakuto-R Moon Lander, CRS-26, & Artemis 1 Update

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Head to 🤍 to save 10% off your first purchase of a website or domain using code MARCUSHOUSE We have got fire again this week my friends, and how do you think the new concrete held up? The SpaceX Starship Booster Upgrade After Static Fires is needed so it has been removed from the Orbital Launch Mount on Friday. Diving right into that along with the general updates at Starbase. The incredible little Hakuto-R Moon Lander is on its way soon. Lots to learn about this one to be hurled into space by Falcon 9. We had CRS-26 sending super critical components to upgrade the International Space Station. Then Artemis 1 has Orion continuing its breath-taking journey as it prepares to head home. 👉 Check out my video on the Ultimate Problem for Deep Space Missions 👈 🤍 Cosmic Perspective - Starship Booster 7 - 11 Engine Static Fire 🤍 NASA - Lunar Flashlight Detail 🤍 Join the mailing list to be notified when I release a video. 🤍 👕Like this shirt? Pick it up on any product you like here. 🤍 And the same design with the text 🤍 🎁 Marcus House Merch - 🤍 You can support me on: Patreon - 🤍 Join my Discord - 🤍 Follow on Twitter - 🤍 The production crew: Brenton Myers, Brendan Lewis, GameplayReviewUK, TiagoCruz, Mr Pleasant, Virtu Support from the below is always massively appreciated: 📷 NASASpaceFlight - 🤍 📷 RGVAerialPhotography - 🤍 📷 Greg Scott - 🤍 📷 Starship Gazer - 🤍 📷 Cosmic Perspective - 🤍 📷 LabPadre - 🤍 📷 Epic Spaceflight - 🤍 3D artist magicians: ✨ Brendan Lewis - 🤍 ✨ Tony Bela - 🤍 ✨ Ryan Hansen Space - 🤍 ✨ Erc X / smallstars - 🤍 / 🤍 ✨ Corey - 🤍 ✨ Alexander Svanidze - 🤍 ✨ DeepSpaceCourier - 🤍 ✨ SpaceXvision - 🤍 ✨ Stanley Creative - 🤍 ✨ Matt Ryan - 🤍 ✨ TijnM_3DAnimations - 🤍 ✨ Christian Debney - 🤍 ✨ Evan Karen - 🤍 ✨ 3D Daniel - 🤍 #SpaceX #Starship

OneWeb turns to SpaceX for help after bankruptcy and Russia's war. Goodbye Soyuz...

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#greatspacex #elonmusk #spacex #nasa Advertisers who want to place ads on our channel, please contact the email manager: smanager339🤍gmail.com = SpaceX Starship SN Be the first to sponsor us Thank you. 🤍 = OneWeb turns to SpaceX for help after bankruptcy and Russia's war. Goodbye Soyuz... Huge thanks to : Source of images and videos: TheSpaceEngineer : 🤍 There's one thing that can be definitively said about broadband communications company OneWeb: It's a survivor. The company has persisted through several different owners, a bankruptcy, having its satellites taken as hostages amid a regional war, and nearly completing a satellite Internet constellation in low-Earth orbit. But, the London-based company still tries to take the next step in its meandering but persistent journey toward success. OneWeb now turns to SpaceX - a competitor in satellite broadband Internet for help!!! From competition to cooperation, how this came about? All this and more in today's episode of Great SpaceX! OneWeb was founded a decade ago by a tech entrepreneur named Greg Wyler, who had a vision of bringing Internet access to everyone around the world. Then known as WorldVu, Wyler's company attracted a variety of investors, including Sir Richard Branson of the Virgin Group. The company's plans have remained consistent over time. As early as 2015, OneWeb intended to build 648 small satellites and deploy them in low-Earth orbit to provide low-latency, high-speed Internet access directly to small user terminals. This was a similar business model to the one SpaceX would adopt around the same time with its Starlink Internet service. One problem for such a business is that it is extremely capital-intensive. It requires a company to not only devise the technology needed to facilitate satellite communications but to build them and the ground terminals and procure more than a dozen launches to get the constellation into space. Costs for this can easily reach $5 billion before significant revenue is generated. Perhaps unsurprisingly, then, OneWeb filed for bankruptcy in March 2020 and laid off more than 400 of its 500 employees. This seemed like the end as COVID-19 closed in on the world, but new owners led by the United Kingdom government and the India-based multinational Bharti Global stepped in and purchased the company. They organized new investors, and later in the year, OneWeb started to launch satellites again. OneWeb turns to SpaceX for help after bankruptcy and Russia war. Goodbye Soyuz... We use images and content in accordance with the YouTube Fair Use copyright guidelines: 🤍 Any questions about copyright please send us via Gmail: colonbina25🤍gmail.com To be resolved, thank you.

The 2023 SpaceX Update Is Here!

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The 2023 SpaceX Update Is Here! SpaceX's Secret Starship Factory...: 🤍 Last video: Can Green Hydrogen Solve The Energy Crisis? 🤍 ► Patreon: 🤍 ► Join Our Discord Server: 🤍 ► Subscribe to our other channel, The Space Race: 🤍 ► Subscribe to The Tesla Space newsletter: 🤍 Subscribe: 🤍 Welcome to the Tesla Space, where we share the latest news, rumors, and insights into all things Tesla, Space X, Elon Musk, and the future! We'll be showing you all of the new details around the Tesla Model 3 2022, Tesla Model Y 2022, along with the Tesla Cybertruck when it finally arrives, it's already ordered! Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Business Email: tesla🤍ellify.com #Tesla #TheTeslaSpace #Elon

IT HAPPENED! SpaceX Is FINALLY Launching Starship To Orbit in December!

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Do you love rockets? While many people get a thrill from watching them blast off to space, it is business for Elon Musk's company, SpaceX. That is why the grounding of the most powerful rocket ever to be built, the Super Heavy, is a serious matter because so much depends on the success of the very first flight! However, the story is about to change as SpaceX is launching the Super Heavy this December! What has SpaceX got right this time for the rocket to be ready for its first flight? What new features has the company added to the powerful rocket? Join us as we dive into how SpaceX is finally launching the Super Heavy to orbit in December 2022

Crew-5 Mission | Launch

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On Wednesday, October 5 at 12:00 p.m. ET, 16:00 UTC, Falcon 9 launched Dragon’s fifth operational human spaceflight mission (Crew-5) to the International Space Station from Launch Complex 39A (LC-39A) at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Following stage separation, Falcon 9’s first stage landed on the Just Read the Instructions droneship. Dragon will autonomously dock with the space station on Thursday, October 6, at approximately 4:57 p.m. ET, 20:57 UTC. During their time on the orbiting laboratory, the crew will conduct over 200 science experiments and technology demonstrations in areas such as human health and lunar fuel systems. Webcast coverage will resume approximately two hours prior to docking.

SpaceX Super Heavy back to Repair & Upgrade after Static Fire "Engine Problem"

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SpaceX Super Heavy back to Repair & Upgrade after Static Fire "Engine Problem" Huge thanks to: Anthony Gomez: 🤍 LabPadre: 🤍 Starship Gazer: 🤍 🤍 StarbaseSurfer: 🤍 Source of thumb: LabPadre: 🤍 SpaceX has recently returned the Super Heavy booster 7 to the factory after a static fire problem caused several “minor” damages during testing. Seriously, this is not the first time this has happened to B7. So, is the number 7 not a lucky number for SpaceX or is it simply this prototype doing things that have never ever happened before? What will B7's fate be? Discuss everything about this in today's episode of Alpha Tech: Those were really stressful days for Booster 7. Early last week, Booster 7 roars to life once again for another static fire. This time, notably, it lasted longer than before. Aside from a visible rain of concrete, Spacex hasn't shared much about the impact of the static fire. However, late Thursday night, one of Booster 7's Raptors was swapped. Firstly, a crane lifted the engine away and quickly replaced it with a new engine with the shielding collar already installed. Meanwhile, a new booster transport stand was moved to the launch pad. A few hours later with a stand repositioned under the launch mount, a second Raptor was removed from booster 7 and the platform lowered again. About half an hour later, the stand was moved out from under the mount once again and the Raptor was lifted off by the crane. Another new Raptor was placed onto the stand and finally, the stand was moved back into position below booster 7 and the platform was raised to allow the new Raptor to be installed. However, things on this booster don't stop. Booster 7 continued removed from the launch mount and then backed to the Mega bay after the Raptor engine replacement. I wouldn't know exactly this is good or bad, could easily just be them going to add the rest of the engine shielding as well as other fit and finish work. Because B7 needs engine shielding and that can't be added on the OLM. They might also need to review inside B7. If it turns out that the Super Heavy prototype is mostly in great shape after two significant static fire tests, it would bode well for the rocket’s durability during future ground and flight testing. Otherwise, if it did not fare well, SpaceX may need to seriously reconsider whether Booster 7 is fit to support Starship’s orbital launch debut or even proceed into static fire testing. SpaceX Super Heavy back to Repair & Upgrade after Static Fire "Engine Problem"

Elon Musk: URGENT Message To SpaceX! Details From the First 13 Days of NASA's Artemis I Moon Mission

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On Monday, Nov. 30, 2022, Artemis I reached the halfway point of its 26-day mission around the Moon, flying roughly 270,000 miles (434,000 km) from the Earth—farther from our home planet than any spacecraft designed to send humans to space and back has gone before. From Artemis I's launch at NASA's Kennedy Space Center, to its first "Earthrise", to close-up views of the lunar surface, take a look back at some of the highlights from the first half of this mission. Artemis I is an uncrewed test of our Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft for future Artemis missions—which will send humans to the lunar surface, develop a long-term, sustainable presence on and around the Moon, and pave the way for humanity to set foot on Mars. More about Artemis: 🤍 Credit: NASA #NASA #Artemis #Moon

SpaceX Starship update 2023…

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#greatspacex #elonmusk #spacex #nasa Advertisers who want to place ads on our channel, please contact the email manager: smanager339🤍gmail.com = SpaceX Starship SN Be the first to sponsor us Thank you. 🤍 = SpaceX Starship update 2023… 1)HUGE THANKS TO: 2) SOURCES OF THUMBNAIL: 3) SOURCES OF IMAGES AND VIDEOS Greg Scott: 🤍 Coop: 🤍 C-bass Productions : 🤍 Cosmic Perspective: 🤍 ErcX: 🤍 🤍 iamVisual: 🤍 3D_ Daniel: 🤍 🤍 Tijn M: 🤍 Greg Scott: 🤍 LabPadre: 🤍 🤍 JennyHPhoto: 🤍 🤍 Owe 🤍Bl3D_Eccentric: 🤍 Youtube: 🤍 Starship Gazer: 🤍 🤍 ErcX: 🤍 🤍 TheSpaceEngineer: 🤍 Lewis Knaggs : 🤍 Evan Karen: 🤍 = 2022 is a breakthrough year in the development of Elon Musk's space company. It marks SpaceX's 20th anniversary with countless remarkable milestones! There have never been more rockets launched into orbit than this year! We can almost see them every week, sometimes even a few times a week! Well, sometimes I even wonder if the Star Trek era is approaching?!! Haha! Not only overwhelmed the world with Falcon 9, but SpaceX also made the space industry shake when its monster, Falcon Heavy, officially returned to the race after 3 years of absence! Interestingly, the company is heading to the end of this year with an epic launch of Starship, Space's most powerful rocket. And that could change the money-burning industry forever! But SpaceX will continue to push the space industry to new heights in the next year! 2023 is expected to be an even more explosive year! We're looking forward to seeing the first private spacewalk in history in SpaceX's EVA suits during the Polaris Dawn, the first mission in the Polaris program! We'll see the first Starship launch from Cape. SpaceX's mega constellation, Starlink, also is expected to reach a new level of capability with its version 2 satellite cluster. Put simply, SpaceX will take a huge step forward toward its two immense, unprecedented space projects. Each will cost billions of dollars—conservatively, $5 billion each, and likely significantly more, capacity to influence the survival of Musk's space company. Thus, there is a lot to talk about in today's episode. Without any delays, let's get started in today's episode of Great SpaceX to take a sneak peek at SpaceX in 2023! Starship update 2023… We use images and content in accordance with the YouTube Fair Use copyright guidelines: 🤍 Any questions about copyright please send us via Gmail: colonbina25🤍gmail.com To be resolved, thank you.

SpaceX Static Fire of Super Heavy Booster 7

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SpaceX has issued an overpressure alert notice, indicating they may static fire engines on Super Heavy Booster 7. The test window covers from 8 AM to 8 PM. 24/7 Coverage: nsf.live/starbase If you are interested in using footage captured by this stream, please review our content use policy: 🤍

SpaceX Starship Booster Fires Long Duration, Starlink GO for Expansion!

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Starship Booster 7 static fires 11 Raptor engines. CRS-26 arrives at the Space Station. Starlink gets FCC approval to expand. A former SpaceX engineer speaks out against the company. And we finish with today's Honorable Mention. Ep 356 SIMPLY SOUNDLESS: Use promo code XCENT at checkout for 15% off for the holidays 🤍 JOIN OUR LOCALS COMMUNITY: 🤍 BONFIRE STORE: 🤍 SPRING STORE: 🤍 POLOS & PATCHES: 🤍 SUBSCRIBE ON RUMBLE: 🤍 SUBSCRIBE ON YOUTUBE: 🤍 FOLLOW ON SOCIAL MEDIA: 🤍 MY OTHER CHANNEL: 🤍 🤍 THUMBNAIL: SpaceX TIMESTAMPS: Intro: 0:00 Starship: 0:19 Falcon: 1:47 Starlink: 2:40 SpaceX: 5:05 Honorable Mention: 9:47 MUSIC USED WITH LICENSE: Soul Frequency by Cymatix SOURCES: SpaceX: 🤍 Elon Musk: 🤍 LabPadre: 🤍 RGV Aerial Photography: 🤍 Spaceflight Now: 🤍 Satellite 2020: 🤍 Lioness: 🤍 NASA: 🤍

SpaceX's Falcon Heavy Launch Shocked NASA Scientists!

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#greatspacex #elonmusk #spacex #nasa Advertisers who want to place ads on our channel, please contact the email manager: smanager339🤍gmail.com = SpaceX Starship SN Be the first to sponsor us Thank you. 🤍 SpaceX Falcon Heavy Launch Shocked NASA Scientists 1)HUGE THANKS TO: 2) 🎵 ABOUT ALL TRACK IN MY VIDEO 🎵 Artist: Infraction - No Copyright Music 🤍 The Doctor 🤍 3) SOURCES OF IMAGES AND VIDEOS Cosmic Perspective 🤍 CCTV: 🤍 CGTN: 🤍 CNSA Watcher - Archives : 🤍 🤍 🤍 Everyday Astronaut: 🤍 🤍 Michael Sheetz 🤍 Christian Debney: 🤍 = SpaceX is nothing if not audacious! The 2018 awe-inspiring launch made Falcon Heavy the world's most powerful operational rocket, and at the same time, it made SpaceX the pride of America, making Russia, China, and Europe envious. After a three-year hiatus, this monster still proves itself to be an engineering masterpiece, shocking NASA scientists with its latest launch! How strong is it really? All this and more in today's episode of Great SpaceX! The Falcon Heavy, according to SpaceX's website, is 70 meters tall and can lift nearly 64 metric tons of payload to low Earth orbit — about twice the payload capacity of its closest competitor, United Launch Alliance's Delta IV Heavy. The rocket has two stages. The first stage has three engine cores. The center core is flanked and supported by two boosters. Each core is equivalent to the first stage of a Falcon 9 rocket and houses nine engines. The boosters separate after liftoff and land upright back on Earth, possibly to be used again. Meanwhile, the heavier center core aims for a drone ship, carrying its payload in the second stage. The 27 engines on the first stage of Falcon Heavy, working together, are capable of more than 5 million pounds force (22,819 kilonewtons) of thrust at liftoff — the same force as about 18 747 aircraft at full power. Yep! You did not hear wrong! Falcon Heavy is as powerful as 18 747 aircraft at full power. Just looking at the number of aircraft makes me crazy!!! SpaceX's Falcon Heavy Launch Shocked NASA Scientists! We use images and content in accordance with the YouTube Fair Use copyright guidelines: 🤍 Any questions about copyright please send us via Gmail: colonbina25🤍gmail.com To be resolved, thank you.

SpaceX Launches CRS-26 Mission to Resupply Space Station

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Falcon 9 is launching Dragon's CRS-26 cargo resupply mission to the Space Station. Liftoff is scheduled for 2:20 PM EST (19:20 UTC) from LC-39A, Kennedy Space Center, Florida. Forum Coverage: 🤍 Support our work and sport our fancy Christmas collection: 🤍 If you are interested in using footage captured by this stream, please review our content use policy: 🤍

NASA's SpaceX Crew-5 Mission Launches to the Space Station (Official NASA Broadcast)

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Our #Crew5 mission to the International Space Station is targeted for liftoff at noon EDT (1600 UTC) Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2022, from Launch Complex 39A at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. NASA astronauts Nicole Mann and Josh Cassada, as well as JAXA (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency) astronaut Koichi Wakata and Roscosmos cosmonaut Anna Kikina, will launch aboard their Dragon Endurance spacecraft atop a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket. For the latest updates: 🤍 Find crew bios and more information about the science launching with Crew-5 at 🤍 Credit: NASA

Orbital Launch Pad Upgrades | SpaceX Boca Chica

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The Orbital Launch Pad upgrades are underway, Booster 7 was rolled back to the Mega Bay, and work on Ship 25 continues in the High Bay. Video and Pictures from Nic (🤍NicAnsuini) and Starbase Live Edited by Sawyer (🤍thenasaman). All content copyright to NSF. Not to be used elsewhere without explicit permission from NSF. Click "Join" for access to early fast turnaround clips, exclusive discord access with the NSF team, etc - to support the channel. Rolling Updates and Discussion: 🤍 Articles: 🤍 NSF Store: 🤍 L2 Boca Chica (more clips and photos) from BC's very early days to today. 🤍 (Join L2 and support NSF here: 🤍 0:00 Booster 24 Outside at Starbase 0:16 Chopsticks Lowered and Opened 0:44 Booster 7 Rolled Off Launch Pad 2:46 Booster 7 Moved to Mega Bay 3:13 Work on Test Article Near Rocket Garden 3:28 Teams Working on Orbital Launch Mount 4:21 Workers Also Seen Near Quick Disconnect 4:36 Height Added to Berm at the Orbital Launch Site 5:07 Large Section Moved Onto OLM 5:26 Scaffolding Removal Around Ship 24 6:20 Ship 25 in the High Bay 6:35 Work on Ship 25 Inside High Bay 7:05 Nosecones Inside Tent 3 7:20 Front: Ship 28 Nosecone, Rear: Ship 29 Nosecone 7:35 Trash Cleanup Along Dunes

SpaceX Starship and SLS Ground System Damage, Artemis 1 Amazing Updates, Eutelsat 10B, CRS-26

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Go to 🤍 subscribe for unlimited access to all their features for just $4.99 a month this week only. You know what is just as good as colossal explosive launches and static fires? Checking out the damage left behind. Yep. The SpaceX Starship and SLS Ground System Damage is real and I'm diving right into it all. NASA has provided some incredible insight into the seconds that unfolded during the launch of Artemis 1. Not to mention all of. these mind blowing scenes released only days ago. We have a lot to cover as Orion continues this groundbreaking journey. We have sadly lost another Falcon 9 booster, commercial resupply on the way, and a bunch more. Another dense one as we rummage around, select the best of the best, squeeze it into a tight ball of space awesomeness, and launch it right at you. NASA Artemis 1 LIVE 🤍 Artemis Launch Sound Experience - Cosmic Perspective 🤍 Join the mailing list to be notified when I release a video. 🤍 👕Like this shirt? Pick it up on any product you like here. 🤍 Or in reverse 🤍 🎁 Marcus House Merch - 🤍 You can support me on: Patreon - 🤍 Join my Discord - 🤍 Follow on Twitter - 🤍 The production crew: Brenton Myers, Brendan Lewis, GameplayReviewUK, TiagoCruz, Mr Pleasant, Virtu Support from the below is always massively appreciated: 📷 NASASpaceFlight - 🤍 📷 RGVAerialPhotography - 🤍 📷 Greg Scott - 🤍 📷 Starship Gazer - 🤍 📷 Cosmic Perspective - 🤍 📷 LabPadre - 🤍 3D artist magicians: ✨ Brendan Lewis - 🤍 ✨ Tony Bela - 🤍 ✨ Ryan Hansen Space - 🤍 ✨ Erc X / smallstars - 🤍 / 🤍 ✨ Corey - 🤍 ✨ Alexander Svanidze - 🤍 ✨ DeepSpaceCourier - 🤍 ✨ SpaceXvision - 🤍 ✨ Stanley Creative - 🤍 ✨ Matt Ryan - 🤍 ✨ TijnM_3DAnimations - 🤍 ✨ Christian Debney - 🤍 ✨ Evan Karen - 🤍 ✨ 3D Daniel - 🤍 #SpaceX #Starship

Booster 7 just completed its longest duration Static Fire test Elon Musk reacts…

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#greatspacex #elonmusk #spacex #nasa Advertisers who want to place ads on our channel, please contact the email manager: smanager339🤍gmail.com = SpaceX Starship SN Be the first to sponsor us Thank you. 🤍 1)HUGE THANKS TO: 2) SOURCES OF THUMBNAIL: 3) SOURCES OF IMAGES AND VIDEOS LabPadre: 🤍 🤍 Clarence365: 🤍 🤍 C-bass Productions : 🤍 StarshipGazer: 🤍 🤍 Kevin Randolph: 🤍 Robossbomb: 🤍 🤍 Adam Cuker: 🤍 Greg Scott: 🤍 Cosmic Perspective: 🤍 TijnM_3DAnimations : 🤍 TijnM: 🤍 SpaceX just test-fired its Super Heavy rocket for about 12 seconds, making it the longest duration firing of the massive booster so far. The test, which ignited 11 of the 33 Raptor rocket engines, came as SpaceX continues working toward an orbital launch attempt of this Super Heavy first stage and its Starship upper stage. SpaceX CEO Elon Musk also said via Twitter that the test is “a little more progress to Mars.” Notably, SpaceX fired 14 Raptor engines on this booster for a few seconds earlier this month, so Tuesday's test did not set a new record regarding the number of engines tested. However, this "long duration" firing is the longest period of time that so many Raptor engines have been fired at once. So, what happens now? Frankly, the path to orbit for SpaceX and its Starship launch system is unclear. Previously, SpaceX founder Elon Musk said the next step was to fire a subset of Super Heavy's engines for about 20 seconds to test autogenous pressurization. This method of pressurizing fuel tanks uses gases generated on board the rocket rather than a separately loaded, inert gas such as helium. Tuesday's test may have been a slightly shorter version of this autogenous pressurization test—12 seconds instead of 20—or it may have been something else. The company is taking an iterative design and development approach to the Starship vehicle and its Super Heavy first stage, so its test plans are fluid, not unlike the rocket's cryogenic propellants. In all likelihood, SpaceX still has a couple of key tests to complete before the combined Super Heavy rocket and Starship upper stage are launched from the company's Starbase facility in South Texas. It is anticipated that SpaceX will conduct at least a short-duration test firing of all 33 Raptor engines Booster 7 just completed its longest duration Static Fire test Elon Musk reacts… We use images and content in accordance with the YouTube Fair Use copyright guidelines: 🤍 Any questions about copyright please send us via Gmail: colonbina25🤍gmail.com To be resolved, thank you.

SpaceX now paying attention to fixing & upgrade OLP after 14 raptors fired, Next 33 engines action

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#greatspacex #elonmusk #spacex #nasa Advertisers who want to place ads on our channel, please contact the email manager: smanager339🤍gmail.com = SpaceX Starship SN Be the first to sponsor us Thank you. 🤍 = SpaceX now paying attention to fixing & upgrade OLP after 14 raptors fired, Next 33 engines action 1)HUGE THANKS TO: 2) SOURCES OF THUMBNAIL: Starship Gazer: 🤍 🤍 Kevin Randolph: 🤍 3) SOURCES OF IMAGES AND VIDEOS iamVisual: 🤍 Coop: 🤍 Christian Debney: 🤍 Lewis Knaggs : 🤍 Starship Gazer: 🤍 🤍 TheSpaceEngineer: 🤍 C-bass Productions : 🤍 LabPadre: 🤍 🤍 Kevin Randolph: 🤍 Jessica Kirsh: 🤍 Project Road to Mars: 🤍 🤍 Cosmic Perspective: 🤍 = There could be a tremendous amount of space travel history made in the closing weeks of 2022 as SpaceX’s Starship, the long-awaited and game-changing rocket, is now set to make its first trip to space in a few weeks. "Right now, the schedule would lead to an early December test flight," NASA's Mark Kirasich, who oversees Artemis development, told an advisory council on Oct. 31. Between now and then, Starship is working through a long to-do list leading up to its first orbital flight. Starship still needs to conduct a test firing of its engines and perform a "wet dress rehearsal" where fuel is loaded into the rocket and a mock countdown is run. SpaceX also still must secure its launch license from the Federal Aviation Administration, which gave a conditional green light to Starship moving forward in June, but with a laundry list of 75 modifications to the plan that needed to be done first. The work could take up to several months to complete. Fortunately, at a time when the timeline is becoming less optimistic, we see a glimmer of hope at the end of the tunnel! SpaceX now paying attention to fixing & upgrade OLP for 33 engines firing next week... SpaceX Super Heavy Booster 7 and Starship S24 are two good candidates for Starship's maiden orbital flight. Ship 24 itself has six Raptor 2 engines and will have the capacity to bring more than 220,000 pounds of crew and cargo to low-Earth orbit, which is slightly more than the current SLS capacity. SpaceX now paying attention to fixing & upgrade OLP after 14 raptors fired, Next 33 engines action We use images and content in accordance with the YouTube Fair Use copyright guidelines: 🤍 Any questions about copyright please send us via Gmail: colonbina25🤍gmail.com To be resolved, thank you.

SpaceX Falcon 9 is in big trouble! Can't launch...

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#greatspacex #elonmusk #spacex #nasa Advertisers who want to place ads on our channel, please contact the email manager: smanager339🤍gmail.com = SpaceX Starship SN Be the first to sponsor us Thank you. 🤍 SpaceX Falcon 9 is in big trouble! Can't launch... 1)HUGE THANKS TO: 2) SOURCES OF IMAGES AND VIDEOS Kevin Randolph: 🤍 davidgojr: 🤍 iamVisual: 🤍 JennyHPhoto: 🤍 🤍 SpaceX has a tough week! The company is struggling with its launch vehicles. Most recently, SpaceX had to inspect its orbital launch mount following the latest static fire on Booster 7. As Kevin Randolph said, "Crispy OLM after the 11 engine, ~13-second static fire test. Not unexpected, but still gonna need a new coat of paint and such." Otherwise, I wonder how did the new concrete hold up under the OLM? It rained concrete again despite fewer engines testing this time! Frankly, I am really getting worried if they can do a full static test for 20 seconds or even a real full flight. SpaceX will probably have to end up using something other than concrete. Especially if they want rapid reusability. On the other hand, SpaceX is also having problems with its workhorse rocket! For the second time in less than two weeks, SpaceX has indefinitely delayed a Falcon 9 launch after discovering apparent issues with the rocket less than a day before liftoff. Japanese startup ispace’s misfortune also marks the eighth time in less than two months that SpaceX has delayed or aborted a Falcon 9 launch for unspecified technical reasons less than 24 hours before liftoff. The streak of delays is unusual after 12 months of record-breaking execution, over the course of which SpaceX has successfully completed 60 orbital launches with just a handful of last-minute technical delays. The number of last-day delays and Falcon 9 launch aborts has abruptly skyrocketed in recent months, possibly indicating that a single problem or change is at least partially responsible for the trend. The streak began in early October and has continued through the end of November, resulting in eight delays in two months, with impacts ranging from minutes to days or even weeks. In all but one instance, SpaceX’s only explanation was a need for more time for “data review” or “checkouts” of the rocket, its payload, or both. SpaceX consistently announces launch delays on Twitter, making it possible to collate when the company has stated it was “standing down” from a launch attempt or “now targeting” a later launch date for technical reasons. In the 18+ months between March 2021 and October 2022, SpaceX announced only three technical delays after publicly scheduling a launch (one last-second abort and two minor “additional checkouts” delays). Adding to the oddity, SpaceX reported at least 15 similar delays between January 2020 and March 2021. A decrease in the frequency of technical issues is a generally expected outcome of a competent organization gaining experience with the operation of a complex, new system (like a launch vehicle). By all appearances, that’s the pattern SpaceX was following: a drastic drop in the number of technical launch aborts even as the pace of Falcon 9 launches soared to new heights. But within the last two months, the frequency of technical delays has skyrocketed from close to zero to higher than any point in recent SpaceX history. SpaceX Falcon 9 is in big trouble! Can't launch... We use images and content in accordance with the YouTube Fair Use copyright guidelines: 🤍 Any questions about copyright please send us via Gmail: colonbina25🤍gmail.com To be resolved, thank you.

Elon & SpaceX Facing Huge Trouble With Booster 7's 11 Engine Long Duration Static Fire

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On Tuesday, SpaceX test-fired its Super Heavy rocket for about 12 seconds, making it the longest duration firing of the massive booster so far. The test, which ignited 11 of the 33 Raptor rocket engines, came as SpaceX continues working toward an orbital launch attempt of this Super Heavy first stage and its Starship upper stage. Earlier this month, SpaceX fired 14 Raptor engines on this booster for a few seconds, so Tuesday's test did not set a new record regarding the number of engines tested. However, this "long duration" firing is the longest period of time that so many Raptor engines have been fired at once. During yesterday’s static fire, along with the huge amount of dust, some debris was scattered! It’s unclear if it was concrete parts or any other parts of the launch tower. Tuesday's test may have been a slightly shorter version of this autogenous pressurization test—12 seconds instead of 20—or it may have been something else. The company is taking an iterative design and development approach to the Starship vehicle and its Super Heavy first stage, so its test plans are fluid, not unlike the rocket's cryogenic propellants. _ ⚠️ Copyright Disclaimers • We use images and content in accordance with the YouTube Fair Use copyright guidelines • Section 107 of the U.S. Copyright Act states: “Notwithstanding the provisions of sections 106 and 106A, the fair use of a copyrighted work, including such use by reproduction in copies or phonorecords or by any other means specified by that section, for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching (including multiple copies for classroom use), scholarship, or research, is not an infringement of copyright.” • This video could contain certain copyrighted video clips, pictures, or photographs that were not specifically authorized to be used by the copyright holder(s), but which we believe in good faith are protected by federal law and the fair use doctrine for one or more of the reasons noted above. _ ⭐ Credits: StarshipGazer: 🤍 EpicSpaceflight: 🤍 LabPadre: 🤍 SpaceX NASA Huge thanks to all these amazing SpaceX Artists. You also find their Patreon on their YouTube channels. Please support them!

Starbase Live: 24/7 Starship & Super Heavy Development From SpaceX's Boca Chica Facility

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Starship is SpaceX's fully reusable launch system which is being developed at Starbase in Cameron County, Texas. Starbase LIVE provides 24/7 coverage of the exciting developments and testing progress. Get cool merch and support the stream: 🤍 Additional coverage: 🤍 If you are interested in using footage captured by this stream, please review our content use policy: 🤍

SpaceX Raptor Engine Destroys Itself During Testing

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A Raptor engine destroys itself in a flash of green light, usually signalling the engine has started to eat into its copper sections. Also a small engine was tested, potentially for NASA's HLS Starship. Video and Pictures from Gary Blair and McGregor Live. Edited by Brady (🤍TheFavoritist). All content copyright to NSF. Not to be used elsewhere without explicit permission from NSF. Click "Join" for access to early fast turnaround clips, exclusive discord access with the NSF team, etc - to support the channel. Rolling Updates and Discussion: 🤍 Articles: 🤍 NSF Store: 🤍 L2 Boca Chica (more clips and photos) from BC's very early days to today. 🤍 (Join L2 and support NSF here: 🤍

Starlink Mission

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On Thursday, October 27 at 6:14 p.m. PT, SpaceX launched 53 Starlink satellites to low-Earth orbit from Space Launch Complex 4E (SLC-4E) at Vandenberg Space Force Base in California. This was the eighth launch and landing for this Falcon 9 first stage booster, which previously launched Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich, DART, and now six Starlink missions.

Watch live: SpaceX launches Cargo Dragon to space station

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A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carrying a Cargo Dragon capsule on a supply run to the International Space Station is scheduled for launch at 2:20 p.m. (1920 GMT) on Nov. 26. The 229-foot-tall (70-meter) rocket will liftoff from pad 39A at the Kennedy Space Center. The Falcon 9’s first stage booster will land on a drone ship in the Atlantic Ocean. Videos like this are made possible by the support of our members. Join this channel to get access to perks: 🤍

SpaceX Boooster 7 11 engine V2 Static Fire tests “Concrete trouble”

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SpaceX Boooster 7 11 engine V2 Static Fire tests “Concrete trouble” Huge thanks to: LabPadre: 🤍 Starship Gazer: 🤍 🤍 Epic Spaceflight: 🤍 ImerysReplay: 🤍 Source of thumb: Ryan Hansen Space: 🤍 = On Tuesday, SpaceX test-fired its Super Heavy rocket for about 12 seconds, making it the longest duration firing of the massive booster so far. Besides testing the Super Heavy and Raptor 2 capabilities, the static fire also tested the durability of the SpaceX stage zero. After the previous test, SpaceX upgraded the Starbase launch tower and launch pad. Sadly, the result doesn't get much better either! There are still “concrete Problems”. Analyze everything about this in today's episode of Alpha Tech. SpaceX continues to prep its Starship Mars rocket for its first-ever orbital test flight, which could be coming soon. During a "static fire" test yesterday (Nov. 29) at its South Texas facility, SpaceX ignited multiple Raptor engines on Booster 7. The static fire occurred at 2:42 p.m. EST and lasted for 13 seconds. The test was a powerful one, suggesting it involved a healthy proportion of Booster 7's 33 Raptors. That turned out to be the case; shortly after the test, SpaceX confirmed via Twitter that Booster 7 lit up 11 of its engines. SpaceX CEO Elon Musk also said via Twitter that the test is “a little more progress to Mars.” Earlier this month, SpaceX fired 14 Raptor engines on this booster for a few seconds, so Tuesday's test did not set a new record regarding the number of engines tested. However, this "long duration" firing is the longest period of time that so many Raptor engines have been fired at once. This is the main goal of this test. Besides the excellent operation of 11 Raptor 2, the important thing is that we still see debris raining down. Please really pay attention for a few seconds here: Seriously, SpaceX really struggles with concrete it seems. The last test of 14 engines witnessed the concrete beneath the orbital launch Mount blasting off and raining down due to the intense heat and pressure from the engine exhaust. SpaceX Boooster 7 11 engine V2 Static Fire tests “Concrete trouble”

Intelsat G-31/G-32 Mission

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On Saturday, November 12 at 11:06 a.m. ET, Falcon 9 launched the Intelsat G-31/G-32 mission to a geosynchronous transfer orbit from Space Launch Complex 40 (SLC-40) at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida. This was the fourteenth launch of this booster, which previously supported Dragon’s first crew demonstration mission, the RADARSAT Constellation Mission, SXM-7, and 10 Starlink missions.

SpaceX Starship BIGGEST EVER Raptor Blast, Artemis 1 Launches with a Lunar Lander!

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Head to 🤍 to save 10% off your first purchase of a website or domain using code mattlowne Today's episode is a big one, one month off the SIX YEAR anniversary of the original launch date for Artemis 1, we FINALLY saw the launch of NASA's Space Launch System (SLS) from the Kennedy Space Centre! One of the secondary payloads will actually be landing on the moon - the JAXA OMOTENASHI lander! We also saw a couple of launches from China, a Long March 4C and a CERES-1. Over at SpaceX's Starbase Boca Chica, Starship Superheavy Booster 7 conducted the biggest static fire we've EVER seen - a whopping 14 engines! Ship 24 appears to be having lots of metalwork built up around it, but we're not really sure why. All of this and more in today's Space News rundown! 👕Buy my Merch!!.............►🤍 😎Join the Channel!..........►🤍 🐱‍🏍My Subreddit.................►🤍 📷Instagram......................►🤍 🔥Twitter............................►🤍 💬Discord...........................►🤍 💕Patreon...........................►🤍 🚀Second channel.............►🤍 Starship, Starbase, and all other rocket Photographers: 📸 Starship Gazer ► 🤍 📸 LabPadre ► 🤍 📸 Starbase Surfer ► 🤍 & 🤍 📸 Tim Dodd, the Everyday Astronaut ► 🤍 📸 Cosmic Perspective ► 🤍 #Starship #SpaceX #SpaceXStarship The music that plays during the ad is "Take a Chance" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License 🤍

SpaceX Starship Buckling Damage, Launchpad Scarring for SpaceX and NASA, CRS-26 & Eutelsat Missions

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Another busy episode this one! Loads of SpaceX Starship Updates, particularly with regard to the weld-reinforcement being carried out on Ship 24, following the buckling of a test tank's welds in the Can Crusher rig back in October. We also have some damage reports for both the Starship Superheavy Orbital Launch Pad, as well as NASA's Artemis 1 SLS pad! We had 2 Falcon 9 launches, the Eutelsat 10B and the CRS-26 Mission, as well as a PSLV XL launch from India's Satish Dhawan space centre. We also have some exciting news from NASA about the potential successors to the Ingenuity Mars Helicopter! All of this and more in today's episode of Space This Week! 👕Buy my Merch!!.............►🤍 😎Join the Channel!..........►🤍 🐱‍🏍My Subreddit.................►🤍 📷Instagram......................►🤍 🔥Twitter............................►🤍 💬Discord...........................►🤍 💕Patreon...........................►🤍 🚀Second channel.............►🤍 Full Space News Playlist: 🤍 Starship, Starbase, and all other rocket Photographers: 📸 Starship Gazer ► 🤍 📸 LabPadre ► 🤍 📸 Greg Scott ► 🤍 📸 Farrielle ► 🤍 📸 Maria Pointer ► 🤍 📸 Starbase Surfer ► 🤍 & 🤍 All the 3D Animations and Renders were by the amazing: 🚀Erik ► 🤍 🚀Rykllan ► 🤍 #Starship #SpaceX #SpaceXStarship

How to get RICH clickbaiting SpaceX fans!! RANT ALERT!!

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Toss aside your principles and morals and make BIG MONEY off of gullible SpaceX fans! Learn how to use the name "Elon Musk" in each and every title! Thrill your viewers with technology and discoveries that don't exist!! Check it out!!!! #space #spacex #elonmusk PLEASE NOTE: This video is for educational purposes and all content is used under the YouTube Fair Use Policy. Please support my channel! EARLY VIDEO RELEASES, DISCORD MEMBERSHIP AND EXCLUSIVE CONTENT PLUS 15% OFF MERCH! 🤍 🤍 If you already pre-ordered your Angry Astronaut sunglasses, please email me at jwrighttpsc🤍gmail.com and we will send you a form to fill in your shipping info and send you an invoice! WE STILL HAVE 3 PAIRS LEFT out of this 250 pair limited edition!!! If you want to reserve a pair of ANGRY SUNGLASSES, please send $20 US, Australian or Canadian to: 🤍 The FINAL price is $40 US plus shipping

How SpaceX and NASA Are Going To The Moon!

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SpaceX and NASA Are Going To The Moon With The Starship Lander! Last video: New Tesla Semi Production Update! 🤍 ► Patreon: 🤍 ► Join Our Discord Server: 🤍 ► Subscribe to our other channel, The Space Race: 🤍 ► Subscribe to The Tesla Space newsletter: 🤍 Subscribe: 🤍 Welcome to the Tesla Space, where we share the latest news, rumors, and insights into all things Tesla, Space X, Elon Musk, and the future! We'll be showing you all of the new details around the Tesla Model 3 2022, Tesla Model Y 2022, along with the Tesla Cybertruck when it finally arrives, it's already ordered! Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Business Email: tesla🤍ellify.com #Tesla #TheTeslaSpace #Elon

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