Arabsat-6A Mission

čas přidán 12. 04. 2019
SpaceX is targeting Thursday, April 11 for a Falcon Heavy launch of the Arabsat-6A satellite from Launch Complex 39A (LC-39A) at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The primary launch window opens at 6:35 p.m. EDT, or 22:35 UTC, and closes at 8:31 p.m. EDT, or 00:31 UTC on Friday, April 12. The satellite will be deployed approximately 34 minutes after liftoff.
Following booster separation, Falcon Heavy’s two side boosters will attempt to land at SpaceX’s Landing Zones 1 and 2 (LZ-1 and LZ-2) at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. Falcon Heavy’s center core will attempt to land on the “Of Course I Still Love You” droneship, which will be stationed in the Atlantic Ocean.

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  • 54:25 Normal + Nominal = Norminal

  • what the hell is that? at 45:08

  • SpaceX>NASA 🔽

  • Finally

  • It was amazing!!! 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻🌞🎉

  • Elon Musk has brought hope to humanity. When you see those boosters landing you see the whole world changing, for the better..

  • scrolling down for comments to see any flat earther. i dont see any lol

  • Congrats Elon Musk Sir, you are AWEOME, and your TEAM. No ways to describe how anyone could do this. Salute!

  • 25:26 wtf was that all about? drama

  • what happens to the fairing seperation and the final 2nd stage booster do they end up space junk or burn up?

    • Fairings were recovered, SX plans to reuse them. Second stage will burn in atmosphere.

  • I created 10 extra accounts just so I could upvote this more.

  • Eelente great video takeoff to space

  • Flat Ea..... Handicapped people be like: "It's all just a CGI, don't get those lies betray the true nature of our disk"

  • Launching satellites for jihadists. Thanks Elon!

  • RIP Top half of centre core

    • Elon said that engines are OK.

  • I Was watching

  • We will return to the Moon soonly!!

  • ПОЕХАЛИ!!!

  • around 24:30 they show 2 different earths a round one and a flat one :/

  • Greta Thunberg is crying about all the CO2 produced in the launch.

    • +Kloko Loko TY for that information. I was venting my disgust about that stupid child rather than making any form of point.

    • I did calculation and it's about 2500 cars in one year pollution, not that much.

  • So for Mars you need a Falcon 81 super-heavy?

  • You guys are doing a great job... Gudluck for mars🚀🇲🇭👽🔥

  • Why isnt anyone mentioning that the video went out when the previously failed center core lands? Then it all of a sudden flashes to it already landed on the drone ship. And, after all of that, the center core just up and slides off the platform into the ocean.

    • The booster tipped over on the drone ship due to high waves. They brought the remains home to port today. Lots of pictures and video of it being unloaded from the ship today.

  • cool shit bruhhh

  • Where is uninterrupted video of last module landing?

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  • I was lucky enough to see this in person from the Exploration Tower in Cape Canaveral. Drove my Tesla Model 3 over 1,000 miles in 24 hours to see it. It was an unforgettable sight. I actually got some pretty good footage of the launch and landings in my latest video. Great job, SpaceX team!

  • Flat earthers punching the air rn

  • 30:15 made me tear up =')

  • Das Video ist der totale Schrott. Sucht lieber mal nach Martin Beckers Automatentricks. Da findet ihr noch echte Tricks, die ausnahmsweise wirklich noch funktionieren!

  • This is so touching lol, I feel that the history is being made on my eyes

  • What was that piece that fell off at T+ 3:48? 23:45 into the video.

  • Check this video clip from a place where NASA make their practices (moon/mars) @DraY

  • 19:42 Lanuch Rocket, 27:30 Side Boosters landed, 29:35 Center core landed. Congrats for SpaceX to reach another milestone in space.

  • I watched the first launch live but cant believe I missed this one.

  • Hey Elon, did you really look at Sheldon Cooper's notebook?

  • YASSSS 3 BOOSTERS LANDED SAFELY!! so proud of you space x!!

    • third booster was lost at sea due to choppy water...

  • The narrator dude sounds like Kermit being choked

  • yahhhh

  • No one is more deserving of a Nobel Prize.

  • 36,701 KM/H !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • OMG I WAS THERE IT WAS IN FLORIDA SPACE CENTRE LOVED IT

  • This way of landing is not new, 20 years ago, there were already rockets that landed this way, This is old technology, nothing new Please confirm. cs-tv.org/tv/video-JzXcTFfV3Ls.html cs-tv.org/tv/video-39cjZTCay24.html cs-tv.org/tv/video-wv9n9Casp1o.html

  • This way of landing is not new, 20 years ago, there were already rockets that landed this way, This is old technology, nothing new Please confirm. cs-tv.org/tv/video-JzXcTFfV3Ls.html cs-tv.org/tv/video-39cjZTCay24.html cs-tv.org/tv/video-wv9n9Casp1o.html

  • SpaceX could charge pay-per-view... what a show.

  • 44:10 what di u guys think that purple stuff is?

    • Liquid oxygen :) This seems to be most frequently asked question here :)

  • And do you honestly think that's something built in the pressurized atmosphere of Earth in a matter of seconds could go to absolutely negative pressure and withstand that pressure differential hell no it'd be like trying to go to the bottom of the ocean in 3 seconds in tin can I think everybody can wrap their heads around that one

    • What? You fucking moron. It takes 8 minutes to reach orbit on Falcon Heavy. Pressurize my ass, learn physics.

  • Rockets only work in a pressurized atmosphere

  • Really?

  • I get chills every time I watch one of these. It's a great time to be alive.

  • 45:08 ??

  • why do people celebrate so fast lmao

  • What is seen for a few frames after 46:28 ?

  • Stop this video in 45:09. What is that fluid ?

    • Probably same way as people do in industry: lots of isolation or they put transparent surface on the top of tank.

    • +Wojtek Sykurski How did they put a camera in cold tank?

    • Liquid oxygen tank.

  • I love Elon Musk ❤❤

  • Meanwhile 10% of Americans think that the Earth is flat!

  • Does anybody even use their brain anymore? They say that space is a perfect vacuum. A rocket good fire all day long in a vacuum and go absolutely nowhere think about it! There's no atmosphere there's no Planet there's nothing to thrust off the kinds of thrust they show you only work in an atmosphere. Think about it it's hilarious

    • +Safir ..space...a rocket only works in a pressurized envroment...and there is no way to pressurize a capsul against a vacum like space...on earth the strongest vacuum chamber in the world can't even come close to the vacuum of space and it is 8 ft thick concrete with steel doors

    • Collin Daugherty So you’re saying I’ve been “fooled” on what?

    • +Safir ...nope ...youve been fooled

    • Collin Daugherty The spacecraft uses chemical reactions to propel itself though

    • +Safir while we're on the subject of pressures, nothing here on Earth could enter the vacuum of space in a matter of seconds without completely exploding unless it was the pressurized the higher it went. Which would make breathing really hard and wouldn't allow astronauts to be floating around in their t-shirts instead of a pressure suit. The only thing I can compare it to is trying to get to the bottom of the ocean in a tin can in 30 seconds but instead of imploding the spacecraft would explode

  • она утонула

  • Space x is a complete fraud

  • Whos here after whats inside?

  • What is the purple stuff shown at 45:08 ?

  • Brings me to joyful tears every time one of these rockets lands safely. I was a teen when the shuttle program was shut down and it was an end of an era. Now its SpaceX turn to usher in the new era of spaceflight.

  • Space X: Changing the future for many generations Me: making a meme comment on their CS-tv videos Also me: LiKe tHiS cOmMeNt

  • Anyone else getting emotional each time something goes right and you can hear the team genuinely proud

  • did anyone notice this 45:31, what is it?

  • Gg job Space X🚀🚀🚀!

  • Congratulations! 🍾

  • Its a shame rough weather destroyed the center booster.

  • Every time we go up there, God should say hello. That would be nice.

  • so its going at a speed of 26,000 km/h and still you have objects (solid oxygen) moving all over the rocket like if it was under the water ? please.

    • +Cesar Gonzalez oh sorry, from the tone of the first one i assumed you were in disbelief. I'll help you if there is anything else you'd like to know.

    • +Sebastião Mendonça i didnt try to get at nothing. i just want to know and understand what i see and what i am being told. dont you feel the same? i mean you seem very very smart so instead of trying to argue with me help me...us understand. have a nice day

    • +Cesar Gonzalez and what are you trying to get at? Yes there was a force pushing against the oxygen. It was the pressure from within the tank.

    • +Sebastião Mendonça if the momentum lost by one object is gained by another object, then the total amount constant. so what i am thinking is if you have oxygen escaping from a valve. that is telling me that there is a force pushing that solid object. but again i am not a scientist at all. i just try to use common sense

    • You dont understand conservation of momentum do you? No forces like air resistance or acceleration from the engine are being exerted on the rocket, so the solid oxygen, travelling at the same speed as the rocket itself floats away as if they were still.

  • Video starts plating... *Flat Earthers has left the chat*

    • a little late with the CGI round earth switch off aye elon?

    • 24:30 your a fool.

  • Congrats from the hell!

  • If you loose your sat connection because of landing falcon's vibration by shaking the droneship from it's direction to satellite. You can prevent this issue by adding mountable and dismountable "unmanned small dedicated satellite connection stabilized boat" to the droneship, that will handle the whole signaling purpose with satellites perfectly by moving away 40 - 50 yards away from the droneship. Video Signal from the droneship to "unmanned small dedicated satellite connection stabilized boat" could be transfeered with wired and wireless technology. After all show done, it can move and mount itself to the droneship ! And You can call that small boat as X Whisperer.

  • what was that image on minute 46:28

  • America makes every country in the world looks like retards.LOL

    • Football& Hoops The rest of the world makes america look retarded. Elon Musk is South African

    • +Sebastião Mendonça This bullshit that I obviously did not even read is the proof of it...DOn't cry buddy get over it LOL

    • Alright then. Who was the first country to launch a man made object to orbit? The USSR with the Sputnik-1 probe Who was the first country to launch a man into orbit? The USSR with Yuri Gagarin Who was the first country to launch a woman into orbit? The USSR with Valentina Tereshkova Who was the first country to launch a dog into orbit? The USSR with Laika Who was the first country to establish a space station in orbit? The USSR with Salyut 1 Who was the first country to get an impact probe to contact the Moon? The USSR with Luna 2 Who was the first country to perform a successful soft landing of a prove on the Moon? The USSR with Luna 9 Who was the first country to launch a man made probe into interplanetary space? The USSR with Venera 4 Who was the first (and only) country to land a probe on the surface of Venus? The USSR with Venera 7 So, do ya'll americans still make the rest of the world look like retards?

  • Tried not to cry when those boasters land Cried Too untrue to be true Amazing spaceX Hope one day we could reach Mars

  • Unfortunately the third booster was lost at sea due to choppy water, of course I still love you.

    • Looks like they got the octaweb so they recovered most of the cost. Most of the Merlins are probably fine. The titanium grid fins is another story.

  • This is so beautiful that i could cry. God Bless Elon and SpaceX

  • To protect against radiation on long-distance space flight, you can use a magnetic field (similar to that of the Earth), you can generate it using an electric pendulum (capacitor + choke). The same technology can be applied in case of an accident at nuclear power plants. Correct me if I am mistaken.

    • Thank you for the answer, and how do You think it is necessary and possible to protect yourself from radiation on long-distance space flights.

    • Sorry, but it won't work against gamma/x-ray/neutron radiation (it could be effective against alpha and beta: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radiation). Also (for today technology) such generator would increase mass of the ship/station -> which means higher fuel requirements + slower acceleration. The last means that it would take much longer for parsing high radiations zones (like Van Allen Belts).

  • Something wrong here during landing.

  • Booster landing by themselves??..that was super amazing....congratulations guys....

    • +william Greene really?...wow extra super amazing.....this is future right there....

    • Yes The boosters and actually the whole rocket flies and lands itself. What an amazing thing to watch.

  • Elon and team, congratulations!

  • 739 dislikes from Russians.

  • 19:50 plz don't waste time

  • Wwwwwaaaaaaauuuuuuu Elon sos el mejor

  • fix your fucking barge camera

    • The vibrations from the rocket landing cause the communications to not be able to align with the sattelite, making it impossible to transmit data. It's not as simple as it seems, it would require a completely separate boat and wired connection to it.

  • Hey Mr. Elon Musk... just a stupid suggestion for you from the peanut gallery. Why don't you, in one of your upcoming proving missions or launches, place a camera on the Moon so we can have a live video streaming look-back of the Earth 24/7? Just a thought from a simple soul if you will, or maybe a simpleton. By the way sir, if you tilt the A in SPACEX around just a little bit you get SPYCEX. Hopefully your company is not going to be spying for the government.

    • It's incredibly difficult and expensive to perform a soft-landing on the Moon. Its an awesome idea but i doubt it will ever be executed.

  • Heard you had a booster overbaord ...unfortunate. not saying Our not so buddy Jeff had a good idea a larger ship, however. This would be a perfect ocean base able to carry a rocket transport cradle on one end of the deck to secure and lay down returned booster. Checkout this link to the French Mistral class Amphibious Assult Vessel. (Mini Aircraft Carrier) I would suggest SpaceX would get Pentagon approval for purchase of an Unarmed Spec of the vessel. Added security plus able to fly crew and land via Helocopter. Not to mention F35 Mil Jets now based on USS WASP Amphibious Assult Ship.

    • +Azure B They do have a robot to secure the rockets onto the ship. It's called Optimus Prime. Something failed this time, but usually it works like a charm.

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  • what is 45:49 lmao

  • You people are amazing, such great accomplishments for us as a species!

  • Nice work guys!

  • Elon this is #genius. You rock.

  • Booster landing is so sub-real. Go space X

  • My God what a site. So proud to live in this Nation.

    • Musk is south african

  • "Don't jump to conclusions" Her: "T minus 15, stand by for terminal count" 19:42

  • What's the soundtrack? I like it

  • My Eyes Can't Believe what they saw!" WOW!"

  • *Thank you so much to the women and men working THEIR ASSES OFF every fucking day to show the TRUE POTENTIAL OF HUMANKIND!!!*

    • 48:42 gives me hope tho :)

    • Imagine if governments started funding spaceflight again like they did 50 years ago. We'd be so much more advanced.

  • Improved video quality? Maybe they just implemented RTX cards for better fakes

  • i'm surprised they havent set up a separate livestream camera for the ship landing lol