SUCCESS: Starship SN9 Static Fire Testing - Three Static Fires in One Day!

čas přidán 13. 01. 2021
SpaceX is conducting static fire testing with Starship SN9 in Boca Chica, Texas. If all goes well, successful testing will clear the way for a test flight in the coming days.
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  • 1:50:55 Static Fire #2 3:45:05 Static Fire #3 4:59:15 Static Fire #4

  • SN9 witnesses the flat earth ...eliminate it.

  • 1=1:50:58 2=3:45:08 3=4:59:16

  • when I decided to watch this whole thing @khaki.coz

  • Magnification point 😀overlooking many times 🔥three static fire✅♥

  • OMG!!!! Freakin' Phenomenal!!!! 3 shots in one sitting!!! Mars or Bust B****es!!!

  • Maybe they just don't want to do 13.

  • Wonder what the purpose of 3 static fire tests was ? Elon has already said the static fire tests can do alot of damage to the engines, so seems abit backwards to do 3 when are 3x's more likely to damage a engine, turns out he damage 2 from it

    • Curious, does anyone know why they did 4 separate tests? Were there any anomalies are were they trying something different each time?

  • Can't wait to see it fly to 44K feet, rotate and land, pause, and do it a second time...

    • Curious, does anyone know why they did 4 separate tests? Were there any anomalies are were they trying something different each time?

  • Is this tech supposed to fly under the radar and all of a sudden we have warp engines. Also half of the exhaust section is blurred on purpose.

    • So appreciative of this. Really stellar dedication to stick around.

  • I’ll sum it up static fire oh static fire static fire hahaha but it does not fly.

    • lines to the tank farm?

  • One doesn’t experience self-transcendence, the illusion of self only dissipates⭕️

    • Curious, does anyone know why they did 4 separate tests? Were there any anomalies are were they trying something different each time?

  • i would go to space if you could gamble there.

  • Would be great if you add a date with the time :)

    • @mikea hiooi On the upper left of the video is a time stamp.... would like to see a date there also.

    • hey umm what about

  • Is there any difference between SN8 and SN9??....

    • @Keith Te thnx

    • SN9 has improved tank pressurisation, it's also intact in more or less one piece, but SN8 is a pile of scrap metal !

    • @ItzMike5 mature engines??? Can u explain pls.

    • Sn9 has more mature engines

  • making sure it ignites and fires during landing next launch lol

  • Flat sound. Nice. Not reverberating

  • 1:50:55 , 3:45:05 , 4:59:15 These are my personal play buttons, you can use them if you want, but it will cost you 1 like

  • Are they trying to make up for lost time from the other attempts :) ( I kid of course) Any feedback from elon as to why three? Any speculation from the NSG crew as to why?

    • One for each engine? (So the marlite wouldn't get blasted so hard by all three? i don't know if all three were fired at once; they were trying to count them, frame by frame)

  • @NasaSpaceflight Can we get a little more information on the GSE connections and how those are remotely connected/disconnected? Trying to sort out the information for my friends.

  • The moon unit proply will need tiles for heat on reentry any thing metal would melt so it would be a internally lift that can be opened after landing the compression of the air at high speed makes heat so it would have to be protected before entering the earth at the least .

  • 3 tests in a day? Elon just embarrassed all space agencies and companies. But this clearly show everybody his determination to Mars. (I wish I can achieve this efficiency)

  • Curious, does anyone know why they did 4 separate tests? Were there any anomalies are were they trying something different each time?

  • So appreciative of this. Really stellar dedication to stick around.

  • OMG!!!! Freakin' Phenomenal!!!! 3 shots in one sitting!!! Mars or Bust B****es!!!

  • Wondering if the vent from the stack just prior to SF is to clear the lines between the tank farm and the rocket, perhaps as a precaution to stop an explosion flashing back up the lines to the tank farm?

  • Nice!

  • It was really 20-21 seconds after the venting stops/interrupts 👍

  • One could say these were more like Static FARTS.

  • Great coverage, gang. Appreciated as always. Keep 'em coming.

  • Thank you very much!❤

  • Anyone remember this meme: OH BABY A TRIPLE!!!

  • I saw the title and I'm just like "wow, there's no way they actually did that"

  • I suspected that SpaceX had to change its procedures since they are pressurizing the tanks with Helium, and the past two weeks has me more and more convinced by that. Regardless, what they showed here was that they have it fixed until they can solve how to pressurize the tanks using the Gaseous Methane again.

  • I can fart longer than the static firing of the rocket

    • My gf is mad I can't last as long as the static fires. Or go 3 times in 4 hours.

    • You can fart longer but this rocket can stop igniting itself; if you tried it would backfire and blow your ass out your own hole.

  • Lets see if the preasure keeps up when the fly it and shak it up in the manuver.maybe a pump oneway check valve to keep the prusher up to spec.i sure that thing is moving fast hi g force.thy got to fix the fuel starvation after the manuver.

    • Rumour has it that they think it's sorted.

  • So launch on Friday maybe.... maybe Monday???

  • amazing..confidence grows as everything goes according to plan.

  • Nice!

  • There you go 😂😂😂😂

    • 😂😂😂🤣

  • Thanks for the amazing footage One globe of humans working towards one goal I feel that we could really do the Star Trek timeline if not beat it

  • @Mary @NASASpaceflight Your coverage today was beyond unparalleled. It was Riemannian.

  • When you forget that you have 3 homework assignments due the night before a test and you somehow manage to get them all done

  • This truly makes up for yesterday!

  • Can't wait to see it fly to 44K feet, rotate and land, pause, and do it a second time...

  • 3:47:20 Pirate ship 🏴‍☠️

    • Man, love seeing they commenting "What century are we had? Yaaarrr" XD

  • There you go

    • 😂😂😂😂😂🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣😂😂😊

  • Sometimes, not always, its better to mute you guys and just watch. This is especially relevant when its close to a significant event, like firing or launch.

  • Amazing day! Almost as cool as a flight.

  • 3 in one day!!! Oh my God I'm out these guys are unparalleled

  • 1000 starships to mars? cuz i wanna go there

    • It’s possible in your life time

  • they finally caught up the past days

  • I'm glad I got to witness the triple fire.

  • Go Elon go ! SpaceX rocks the World makes NASA look like the money pit it was and is. Sorry guys but Truth hurts

    • That's a very complicated topic. Nasa is a government organisation. Everytime a new leader takes over, their plans are all reconsidered. Their funding has been cut tremendously. And SpaceX managed to stay afloat in 2008 after their 4th Successful flight in 2008 for reaching orbit in which Nasa gave them a contract worth 1.5 Billion. Nasa did save SpaceX and if it wasn't for them, we won't have SpaceX right now.

    • Elon/SpaceX wouldn't be where they are without NASA's help.

  • Today is my birthday, I’m glad to see that Elon remembered and gave me 3 b day presents

  • Lets be honest, thats the shit we all wanted to see!

  • Well done guys!

  • Well you guys be live with the crew dragon splashdown tonight

    • @mecha nevermind. It's cargo dragon that's splashing down

    • @mecha cargo dragon, not crew dragon.

    • @mecha I'm confused because Google says nothing about crew 1 undocking

    • @Keeten Williams it should be

    • The crew dragon isn't splashing down tonight?

  • Person: i’m here, what did i miss? Everyone else: 3 static fires. Person: :/

  • Wow, three in a row?

    • @Abdula Osman 3 static fires in a row

    • @AtmoStorm Fr Wait what OOOOOOOH 3 static fires in a row or three raptor engine static fire? Lol sorry I slipped there

    • @Abdula Osman ? what? It's literally the first time ever that SpaceX does 3 static fires in one day on a Starship prototype

    • It’s normal to test all of the raptor engines idk why they added that in the title

    • Lol ok, sarcasm

  • Thank you!

  • Now: Static fire is nothing special anymore 2024: Starship launch is nothing special anymore

  • When does it go

  • 2021: Three Static Fires in the same day! 2024: Three launches to Mars in the same day!

    • 2021:- Three static fire in 1 day 2022:- Three 15 km hops in 1 day 2023:- Three orbital launches in 1 day 2026:- Three mars launches in 1 day 2050:- Three Starfleets in 1 day

    • @Brad Cole key word:- look like

    • Even 100 starships to mars

    • I would say 2026 more like Elon said

    • That's gonna be epic as hell to watch

  • 4:59:00

  • 4:59:17