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  • Опубликовано: 20 апр 2018
  • SpaceX is targeting launch of NASA’s Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) on Wednesday, April 18 from Space Launch Complex 40 (SLC-40) at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida. The 30-second launch window opens at 6:51 p.m. EDT, or 22:51 UTC. TESS will be deployed into a highly elliptical orbit approximately 48 minutes after launch.
    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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  • Darth Furry
    Darth Furry 11 часов назад

    *What do I do, orbitanons?*
    >Be me
    >NASA
    >Government funded
    >Been making spacecraft since the mid 1900s
    >Try to make reusable ships but screw up
    >About 20 yrs later
    >Broke as hell
    >No money for big orbit
    >Work out clever eliptical orbit w/ some quick mafs
    >Too broke for rocket
    >Hire company to carry our satellite to space
    >MFW SpaceX is better at making spaceships than me
    >MFW over 50 years of wasted time

  • retrofan42
    retrofan42 День назад

    Would like to know if the area where Spacex employees gather outside of Mission Control to watch (and cheer) the launch is near the cafeteria. On occasion, with some of these webcasts, I hear sounds like plates and silverware being used.

  • Andro guy
    Andro guy 3 дня назад +1

    SpaceX are the best explainers about space :)

  • Andro guy
    Andro guy 3 дня назад +1

    The below bar calculation is unreal... that's why i love space X

  • Dude Reverse
    Dude Reverse 4 дня назад

    What does TESS stand for?

  • F S
    F S 4 дня назад

    That Title, Artist: Test Shot Starfish, Flight-Proven means something internally and probably shouldn’t be included in the broadcast. Now Flight-Proven has become Resonator. God that intro video was nicely done. Need some more of that production value everywhere else. No more laughing or giddiness, Lauren was on top of her game this time. When she knows the camera recording her is included in the broadcast feed she makes more mistakes reading that prompter just FYI. Wow that was a lot of freaking air bubbles. Everyone must have saw them, pay attention to the velocity of those dang things and then think about the velocity the first stage would be traveling as it fell down to the Earth. I just can’t believe those bubbles are just slowly floating away like that. Have you ever been skydiving before? The spit in my mouth flew onto my face after I mistakenly opened it trying to catch my breath as I fell at over 100 mph. Not a chance those bubbles were floating away at 100 mph I can tell you that much. Should speak volumes about what’s actually happening to you useful idiots out there. The Earth is a blurry grey blob surrounded by bubbles, YES!!! The entry burn somehow turned day into night. That’s good stuff. Those fins look like they are hung over left right left right left right is that really how they work? And of course the most critical moment of the landing just happens to coincide with a temporary “accidental” signal loss. Get to the chopper. Now! Man space has all sorts of debris floating around in it. If only the pool man would have done his job and cleaned the filters. When you turned out the lights couldn’t see as many floating stars. Genius. It’s snowing in space! Is totally normal the new nominal? That thing isn’t going to fly by the moon or any other planets. It may float another 20 feet in the pool away from the submerged second stage. 💙

  • Genipsis Space Agency
    Genipsis Space Agency 5 дней назад

    TESS-la get it? If you don’t well ask Elon Musk.

  • Don Camillo
    Don Camillo 5 дней назад

    Macht doch gleich die Nasa zu

  • Dusco25
    Dusco25 6 дней назад

    I find it funny when it comes to the landing the feed breaks up.. Every time.

  • Gregory Meier
    Gregory Meier 7 дней назад

    Congratulation SPACEX! Another in a long and growing list.
    I am interested in understanding the the origin of what appears to be flame plumes exiting from BETWEEN, not below, the engine bells, see starting at 20:50 (youtube time). Any rocket scientists out there?

  • Barronski
    Barronski 7 дней назад +1

    MUSK INDUSTRIES FTW!

  • multiyapples
    multiyapples 9 дней назад

    hi chat

  • Brick Animations
    Brick Animations 9 дней назад

    I want your company to grow big as I think we need to concentrate highly on space exploration we can not live hear forever and space is humanities future good luck

  • Dallas Cowboys Game Live Streaming
    Dallas Cowboys Game Live Streaming 9 дней назад

    hhhiiiiiiiiii

  • olli m
    olli m 10 дней назад

    to be honest, all of this recketry is very impressive but unfortunately so primitive.
    instead of building up spacex, elon should have invested his money into research.
    does he really think, this will go on for longer than maybe 10 years?
    as I see this, elon hinders progress with this ancient technology

  • The Droplett
    The Droplett 11 дней назад

    regarding the BFR. to increase it's lifting capability, wouldn't be better if would have 3 strapped falcon 9 boosters fitted with raptors?

    • The Droplett
      The Droplett 10 дней назад

      falcon 1s are useless. I had considered the 9s for reusability.

    • Thijs Snijder
      Thijs Snijder 10 дней назад

      or a BFR with falcon 9's strapped on the side that also have falcon 1's strapped on the their sides as well. /s

  • Артур Валерьевич
    Артур Валерьевич 12 дней назад

    what a lovely girl

  • Hoppy
    Hoppy 13 дней назад +1

    Ofcourse i still love you!

  • Muhammad Rajib Hossain
    Muhammad Rajib Hossain 13 дней назад +1

    when bangladeshi Satellite launch

  • clemguitarechal
    clemguitarechal 14 дней назад +1

    Landing first stage like they just don't care... "pfhew ! a pickle"

  • Adam Dickerson
    Adam Dickerson 14 дней назад

    you people are sick

    • Thijs Snijder
      Thijs Snijder 10 дней назад +2

      no, I'm quite healthy i can assure you.

  • Seb Gibbs
    Seb Gibbs 14 дней назад +1

    extra 100km/h every second. Surely the G-Force must be massive?

    • Thijs Snijder
      Thijs Snijder 10 дней назад +1

      not really, less than 3Gs 100/3.6/9.81=2.83

  • Roblox badges
    Roblox badges 14 дней назад

    Listen to Smash Mouth - Shooting all stars while launch . Lol

  • Fersel Ferses
    Fersel Ferses 14 дней назад

    Точное приземление 27:55

  • MoparOr NoCar
    MoparOr NoCar 15 дней назад

    It’s amazing that they’re able to edit the image in real time to make the earth look spherical.

  • Life of Chablo
    Life of Chablo 15 дней назад

    Why can't they launch the rocket while it's on its landing legs?

    • Life of Chablo
      Life of Chablo 10 дней назад

      Thijs Snijder oh, sorry my bad, thank you

    • Thijs Snijder
      Thijs Snijder 10 дней назад +1

      retract only applies to drawing things back in, not out.
      www.dictionary.com/browse/retract
      because they have no way of making the long "black bits" at the bottom go back up again to the side during the launch. this creates a lot of turbulance and drag, lowering the rockets performance and unpredictable in the best case.
      spaceflightnow.com/2018/05/10/photos-falcon-9-block-5-poised-for-launch-at-kennedy-space-center/ as you can read retractable "black bits" will be a feuture new to block 5 indicating that older versions didn't have it.

    • Life of Chablo
      Life of Chablo 10 дней назад

      Thijs Snijder yes they are. You know what retractable means right? Able to be drawn in or out. Just like a car convertible. The bloke 5 still works the same as he other falcons. They are able to retract the legs. The black bits at the bottom of the rocket are the landing legs. So my question is why don't they just launch it like that.

    • Thijs Snijder
      Thijs Snijder 10 дней назад +1

      maybe you saw a static test fire or something, or the new block V, but those legs definitely are NOT retractable, not without a lot of work.

    • Life of Chablo
      Life of Chablo 10 дней назад

      Thijs Snijder they are. I've seen pictures of it with its legs down before launch, but they just test them. Wouldn't it make sense just to launch it with its legs.

  • Alice Trans Queen
    Alice Trans Queen 16 дней назад +1

    I hope to see another FH launch soon, maybe WEBB will use a falcon heavy?

  • Peter Payne
    Peter Payne 18 дней назад +2

    Congratulations Space X and NASA to a great launch. I cannot wait to see what the TESS mission accomplishes.

  • Harold Kearns
    Harold Kearns 18 дней назад +3

    Watching those boosters land just doesn't get old.

  • Amtrakfan2009
    Amtrakfan2009 18 дней назад +1

    19:54

  • Elite Accord
    Elite Accord 18 дней назад +2

    the first stage is very nice.

  • AK GAMES
    AK GAMES 18 дней назад +2

    OMG! it's so awesome. I feel like I was also in the mission. Fantastic job!

  • Andrew Wang
    Andrew Wang 18 дней назад +1

    Am I the only one who dosen't know why The Slo Mo Guys is related to this channel in the "Related channels" section?

  • Joseph Boquiren
    Joseph Boquiren 19 дней назад

    Will TESS be able to track the approach of the Trisolaran invasion fleet?

  • Robert Carter
    Robert Carter 19 дней назад

    Ya Laura is a great host & Engineer.

  • Сергей Плотников
    Сергей Плотников 19 дней назад

    Well I do not Like that.. all covered.. no Action..

  • Oyun-Erdene Altan-Ochir
    Oyun-Erdene Altan-Ochir 19 дней назад

    Supeeeeer!

  • OchoaSupremo Sr
    OchoaSupremo Sr 19 дней назад +1

    All the proof i need... shxt is beautiful.

  • OnlineSkunk
    OnlineSkunk 21 день назад

    When is Making Life Multi-Planetary 2018?

  • Sunil Tiwari
    Sunil Tiwari 21 день назад

    I just want to know about anti gravity mechanism

  • Blue Cat
    Blue Cat 21 день назад

    1:06:05 what was that white thing?

    • Schpeet Schpoot
      Schpeet Schpoot 19 дней назад

      Don't know, but it made my heart sing. It made EVERYTHING...groooovy...White thing.

  • Jim Jose Music
    Jim Jose Music 21 день назад

    I hope someone at SpaceX reads this ! :). I heard Gwynne Shotwell speak recently (for the first time... and E Musk always speaks the same way, I've heard him several times). She was talking about her conviction that common people should share in this, be promoted in this, contribute to this. No exclusive language, just a pure and ambitious vision for humanity. I have lamented over the years at the lack of visionaries we have had in our time (with the exception of some artists etc). Our goals have been so weak and small. And then these folks come along! They are doing this work in the context of *all* of us. And they aren't being arrogant and exclusive about it. This company could very well become the real "Star Fleet" someday... I can hardly believe that I'm watching this unfold. SpaceX is what the world needs... not more laws, not more coercion. Human beings need something to reach for, something to dream for. I am so grateful to (and for) this company,.. and it's people. SpaceX Bys Vyken !!!!

  • Scud Est
    Scud Est 21 день назад

    Awesome having both stages up at the same time, but is it possible to have stage 1 telemetry up at the same time as it is coming back down to earth to land?

  • diegonciopilato
    diegonciopilato 22 дня назад

    510 terraplanist

  • Lee Dhio
    Lee Dhio 22 дня назад

    Where is the Roadster ? Did some one got a link to know is place today ?

    • Lee Dhio
      Lee Dhio 21 день назад

      A cartoon ( are you serious ? ) Why Spacex didn't follow it on his site ?

    • Thijs Snijder
      Thijs Snijder 21 день назад

      whereisroadster.com

  • Matthijs van Duin
    Matthijs van Duin 22 дня назад +1

    14:28 The spacecraft absorbs exoplanets?! What kind of lovecraftian horror have we constructed? /o\

  • J-N-H-M
    J-N-H-M 22 дня назад

    who picks the MUSIC ? ___ its always great

  • Michael Wingard
    Michael Wingard 23 дня назад

    I love this thank you so much.

  • HVYMETL
    HVYMETL 23 дня назад

    7 minutes of waiting. No one knows how to edit a video?

    • Dan Moran
      Dan Moran 21 день назад

      Do you not know how to skip a video?

  • Hunter Bailey
    Hunter Bailey 23 дня назад

    Are you guys going to try to get us to the moon again since our own fucking government is to broke to

  • Paulie93
    Paulie93 23 дня назад

    I just wonder how many cameras from this livestreams are in the space....

  • Wolkify
    Wolkify 23 дня назад +1

    SpaceX is destined to become the most inspiring company in the world! i work towards making my company similarly visionary...

  • SirGameSirLot
    SirGameSirLot 23 дня назад

    It’s snowing in space

  • Gandalf
    Gandalf 24 дня назад

    I volunteer for Mars,i'm 67 and don't have many years left and i want to get off this insane planet.

  • BLAZINGJEKENZE
    BLAZINGJEKENZE 24 дня назад

    So cool!

  • kei
    kei 24 дня назад

    6:55

  • Fabio Tamborini
    Fabio Tamborini 24 дня назад

    start video at 6:55

  • masellipictures
    masellipictures 25 дней назад

    Bigger, more urgent problems to solve first on the terrestrial plane...this is a misuse of time, energy, resources and ingenuity.

  • James Hawkins
    James Hawkins 25 дней назад

    What is all that "snow" the second stage seems to be going through?

    • ann onn
      ann onn 24 дня назад

      Liquid oxygen freezing. Some LOX is sent through the engine before reigniting it, to chill the engine and prevent thermal shock. Also, excess fuel and LOX are vented.

  • Black Eye Pranks
    Black Eye Pranks 25 дней назад

    Ingest .., Absorb ... some one get this chick some food she clearly hungry

  • Влотенир Пудэн
    Влотенир Пудэн 25 дней назад

    like for launch )))

  • HGT
    HGT 25 дней назад

    why r they using KMPH?

    • ann onn
      ann onn 24 дня назад

      Scientists all around the world use the metric system. Even in America.

  • 1name L2
    1name L2 25 дней назад

    X. Marks the spot

  • African Explorer
    African Explorer 25 дней назад

    Been watching too many SpaceX Launch Videos, I feel like I know the company Employees Personally... Is that Sammy in the Background? Big up from Nairobi, Kenya!

  • K F
    K F 25 дней назад

    1 step closer to Thors Hammer 🤯

  • Данил Янyш
    Данил Янyш 25 дней назад

    норм видио мне понравилось

  • Jeff Thompson
    Jeff Thompson 26 дней назад +1

    Hey uhhh. Keep up the good work. And that facility in the Los Angeles harbor better make that BFR correctly!

  • omg hey there
    omg hey there 26 дней назад

    awesome!

  • Night Howla
    Night Howla 26 дней назад

    ur race already has light speed anti-gravity spaceships all things exist!

  • André Arantes
    André Arantes 26 дней назад

    Parabéns!!! coisa linda de se ver

  • Erzgebirge erleben
    Erzgebirge erleben 26 дней назад

    Nice webcast, nice Mission, nicly done.

  • Benjamin Heasly
    Benjamin Heasly 26 дней назад

    The Tesla was just a test, but this is a TESS spacecraft.

  • niederbayerntvplay
    niederbayerntvplay 26 дней назад +1

    Please update your website.

  • J Mo
    J Mo 26 дней назад

    Loll I wish they can create a satellite that can provide free WiFi to the entire planet lol

    • ann onn
      ann onn 24 дня назад

      More info:
      en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Starlink_(satellite_constellation)

    • J Mo
      J Mo 25 дней назад

      Alex Siemers wow!! That’s would be awesome!!

    • Alex Siemers
      Alex Siemers 26 дней назад +1

      I've heard that musk plans on creating a mass array of satellites that could do just that.

  • Robert Kenney
    Robert Kenney 27 дней назад +1

    Another success for SpaceX and NASA - both organizations striding forward hand in hand towards
    a very bright future.

  • Robert Kenney
    Robert Kenney 27 дней назад

    Lauren, SpaceBae. ;-) Forget Brian, I have no idea why he got that twitterstorm during the Falcon Heavy launch, but you're my favorite! :-)
    PS: Don't go losing -too- much weight. I know you're doing it just for me, personally, but .. stop it! :-D

  • William Lambert
    William Lambert 27 дней назад

    I am doing this is Kerbal Space Program.

  • Steve Griffiths
    Steve Griffiths 27 дней назад +1

    You people are remarkable! Don't ever stop pushing the boundaries of what is possible.

  • Mark Wright
    Mark Wright 27 дней назад +1

    Falcon 9 rockets have almost no chance of failure now. They are so reliable its crazy, I just wish you'd start landing more of them like this. Its kind of defeating the purpose of cheap launching if you don't recover the rocket.

    • Shadowriver
      Shadowriver 20 дней назад

      Reliability is still low compired to typical rocket fail statistic of 1 of 100, and they still didnt reuse enouth.

    • Alex Siemers
      Alex Siemers 27 дней назад +1

      Once block 5 starts up in May and continues throughout the year, the rockets will become very reusable, with turnaround time being less than a a few days and being reflown dozens of times

  • Richard Almere
    Richard Almere 27 дней назад +1

    Mind blowing! Every single time. Kudos for the great vids and commentary.

    • Richard Almere
      Richard Almere 27 дней назад

      Oh and I enjoy the music too. Could keep this stream open all-day long on tv. 😊

  • Space Jace
    Space Jace 27 дней назад +1

    God I wish I was old enough to work there.

  • Luke Hero
    Luke Hero 27 дней назад

    Never gets old.

  • Lego6lego
    Lego6lego 27 дней назад +1

    still sad about the centre core :C i think you may be able to add a detachment system to the falcon 9 core

  • MikeVonDoom
    MikeVonDoom 27 дней назад

    6:55

  • Shishirsuman Gupta
    Shishirsuman Gupta 27 дней назад

    This is good in earth but not outside ,,,,,, it is -"Just Space" !

  • Ni4etak
    Ni4etak 27 дней назад

    Космос только засоряют всякой фигней.

  • warfery
    warfery 27 дней назад

    Do you know what these particles are? It looks like plant. 29:13

  • Peter La Fontaine
    Peter La Fontaine 27 дней назад

    What happens to stage 2?

    • Wojtek Sykurski
      Wojtek Sykurski 26 дней назад

      Went to the Solar orbit, so it didn't added to space garbage in Earth orbit.

  • Angus Macneil
    Angus Macneil 27 дней назад

    Falcon 9 will be ingesting TESS...
    13:58
    Then TESS will absorb planets...
    14:28

  • Geoff Handsome
    Geoff Handsome 27 дней назад

    26:11 UFO spotted

    • Cypir
      Cypir 26 дней назад

      Geoff Handsome solid oxygen

  • jedujedi1981
    jedujedi1981 27 дней назад

    Kaozada do caramba!!!! Hollywood é top nos efeitos especiais!!! Parabéns ao pessoal da edição, com direito à flakes de gelo e tudo!!! Ficou bom, vocês e esses computadores... São bons em tocar o gado!!!

  • daniel 404
    daniel 404 28 дней назад

    I Saw this In the "Funniest Clips of the Day" Section thing here.
    While They are Comedically dumb when it comes to Realizing if something's Commercially Viable,
    And they Did send a Car into Our Orbit,
    But I don't See why it was there.

  • Ben Miller
    Ben Miller 28 дней назад

    No matter how many launches I watch it's still almost unbelievable. So impressive!

  • SoloCoffee 's
    SoloCoffee 's 28 дней назад

    JOEL mission next

  • Douglas White
    Douglas White 28 дней назад

    Pause at 23:47 and tell me that those arent two flat lines

    • SeaGod333
      SeaGod333 26 дней назад +1

      Both screens show a round Earth.
      Also, 24:25

    • Douglas White
      Douglas White 26 дней назад

      Can you answer me this out of curiosity, how does it ever show a flat line? It looks like they have a point.

    • Douglas White
      Douglas White 27 дней назад

      Haos666 same time?

    • Haos666
      Haos666 27 дней назад +1

      There is a measurable curvature on second stage feed, If you care about it.

  • Mr. Gandalf
    Mr. Gandalf 28 дней назад

    I am curious as to why Nasa never attempted this, or what hurdles they were never able to overcome?

    • ann onn
      ann onn 27 дней назад

      Well they did, with the space shuttle. It was ridiculously expensive, and exploded twice. This IS a NASA mission, just using SpaceX to launch it.

  • Rektangel
    Rektangel 28 дней назад +1

    proud to be human

  • DuaFi el pro
    DuaFi el pro 28 дней назад +1

    👍