Starlink Mission

Apr 7, 2021
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SpaceX is targeting Wednesday, April 7 for launch of 60 Starlink satellites from Space Launch Complex 40 (SLC-40) at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida. The instantaneous window is at 12:34 p.m. EDT, or 16:34 UTC, and a backup opportunity is available on Thursday, April 8 at 12:12 p.m. EDT, or 16:12 UTC.
The Falcon 9 first stage rocket booster supporting this mission previously supported launch of NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley to the International Space Station, ANASIS-II, CRS-21, Transporter-1, and two Starlink missions. Following stage separation, SpaceX will land Falcon 9’s first stage on the “Of Course I Still Love You” droneship, which will be located in the Atlantic Ocean. One half of Falcon 9’s fairing prevouisly supported launch of AMOS-17 and two Starlink missions, and the other previously supported a Starlink mission.

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  • Achei o canal do Balian

    Isaac TSIsaac TS2 hours ago
  • Nice!!! Ilon mask futures!!!!

    Azamat AshenovAzamat Ashenov2 hours ago
  • were brilliant. Clear comms, both stage telemetry & Jessie Anderson.. what more could we need!

    bcvbb hyuibcvbb hyui6 hours ago
  • Its not a new tcnology (flyback-rockets). Military is using publik projekts like that to publish old secret military technology to make money with it. They just cant say- Oh its our old secret weapon and we dont need it anymore, because we have much better stuff now. We dont want to throw it away, do you want to by it for huge money?. Thats why we have cellphones and 5g today. First it was a secret military weapon-technology which is "recycled" for public use and trade to make money out of it. There are so many examples, could write a book!

    Dei MuddaDei Mudda6 hours ago
  • Space X is just a weapon building projekt. A rocket with a virus or nuclear bomb on board, which do its deadly work and then comes back to get another load- is much cheaper than regular old technology. Elon Musk is the real Tony Stark!

    Dei MuddaDei Mudda7 hours ago
  • I want the music.

    Neko_ 2868Neko_ 286820 hours ago
  • Quem tá aqui pelo vídeo que o Balian postou e deu pra ver que ele tem um canal com esse nome kkkkkkkkkk comentem aí

    zDaanielzDaanielDay ago
  • were brilliant. Clear comms, both stage telemetry & Jessie Anderson.. what more could we need!

    yasio boloyasio boloDay ago
  • Илон Маск это правда нас на Марс ответь ждёшь

    Хищnи,k, проХищnи,k, проDay ago
  • Its not possible to get in space by rocket engines. The higher it gets, all the more power it looses. Because its a recoil system and needs atmosphere to repel. In space is no atmosphere to do that. I cant believe how so many people working on it and dont know anything about it. And believe in "flying" to planets by rocket engines. Spacetravel one of the biggest fakes ever!

    Dei MuddaDei MuddaDay ago
    • @Dei Mudda no, it called a gravity turn. What they do is, instead of going straight up and straight sideways, they do a curve type thing. It’s more efficient. And yes, there is recoil in space. Newton’s 3rd law of motion: every action has an equal and opposite reaction if this didn’t happen, then there would be no way we could go to space (but it does happen so rockets can go there)

      Mudkip909Mudkip9092 hours ago
    • @Mudkip909 And that why "space" rockets and any other rockets never climp straight up. Firs they do, then they tilt more and more to the side. Because they repel from earth and atmosphere, which is getting more and more less the higher it climbs. Till it has no more forward force at the border of the atmosphere. Big silvesterrockests spaceships are, nothing more. In fact the whole spaceship- thing is to built weapons for using and mainly selling on earth. Tax payer would not accept that, so spacetravel was born.

      Dei MuddaDei Mudda8 hours ago
    • @Mudkip909 Maybe you can fire a gun in space. The bullet would run through space till goal. But thats not the bullets engine. Its just because the bullet repels from gun. But if you will fire a bullet without a gun in space, it will just explode So the spaceship needs something to repel of, earth, atmosphere or another bigger mass.

      Dei MuddaDei Mudda9 hours ago
    • @Mudkip909 Seriously? You are kidding me, right? In space is no cecoil, nothing to repel of. If you fire a gun in space, nothing will happen.

      Dei MuddaDei Mudda9 hours ago
    • No, it works by the 3rd law of motion. Basically, the fuel gets ignited (assisted by the oxidiser) and basically spits the fuel out at stupid high speed. It’s kind of like a gun recoil, but constant instead of once.

      Mudkip909Mudkip90920 hours ago
  • On descent, before touchdown you can Actually see the shadow of St1 on the landing platform deck as the legs extend to position, WOW, WHAT A WILD RIDE AND STUCK THAT LANDING !

    Wake Up Idiots NOWWake Up Idiots NOWDay ago
  • Spacex misses an opportunity in the quality of marketing. Spacex Brasil would be a great bet of the century for the company.

    Eder Silva CostaEder Silva CostaDay ago
  • It’s actually called a fire “tetrahedron.”

    Jog OnJog OnDay ago
  • I can't wait to drop Centurylink

    ceerw butyceerw butyDay ago
  • Nice video brother

    Vilas SurjuseVilas SurjuseDay ago
  • Wow, amazing landing!!!!!

    Sunil DevasiaSunil Devasia2 days ago
  • Ah Yes .. more space junk

    Card Board SimsCard Board Sims2 days ago
    • More space junk that deorbits itself when it reaches the end of its service life

      Jack WhitlockJack Whitlock19 hours ago
  • 18:48

    Apenas um MinecrafterApenas um Minecrafter2 days ago
    • The landing was a scam?

      ceerw butyceerw butyDay ago
  • I can't believe my eyes! Spectacular ! !

    C PopeC Pope2 days ago
  • Unbelievable!

    C PopeC Pope2 days ago
  • GEZEGENLERE KIMYASAL VE VE ATMOSFER GAZLARI ILE BIRLIKTE BOMBALAYIN

    İhsan Uçarİhsan Uçar2 days ago
  • Space x 💩

    KCA GAMESKCA GAMES2 days ago
    • Can you shut up

      TrueExposureTrueExposureDay ago
    • @Jack Whitlock Brazil No Speek Inglês

      KCA GAMESKCA GAMES2 days ago
    • Don’t get jealous

      Jack WhitlockJack Whitlock2 days ago
  • Selma Ay işbaşına vurdu metafizik olarak

    İhsan Uçarİhsan Uçar2 days ago
  • I like how they’re exited over the camera angle and not the landing 😂 really shows how common it is

    ray_ trilits_ray_ trilits_2 days ago
  • Senin işin bu zaten....

    İhsan Uçarİhsan Uçar2 days ago
  • GEZEGENLERDE GAZLARI VE MADDELERI DÖNÜŞTÜRECEK OKSIJENE VE HIDROJENE SUYA DÖNÜŞTÜRECEK, ATMOSMFER MAKINELERI LABARATOUAR ROBOTLARI ....

    İhsan Uçarİhsan Uçar2 days ago
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    İhsan Uçarİhsan Uçar2 days ago
    • Dünyadan değil dunyadan

      İhsan Uçarİhsan Uçar2 days ago
  • JUPITER HIDROJEN, BIRAZ OKSIJEN VE ORDAKI GAZLARI BIRBIRIYLE OTOMATIK SEKILDE BIRBIRINE (DONUSTURECEK )BIR LABARATUAR UZAY ARACI, VE ORDA MADEM SU HIDROJENINDE H2O OLDUGUNU BILIYORSUNUZ, ÖYLE BIR MAKINE ICAD EDIP JUPITERE YOLLAMIYORSUNUZ

    İhsan Uçarİhsan Uçar2 days ago
  • This thing just went from Florida to Great Britain in exactly 20 minutes. I’d take that flight time any day

    abbsnn coseabbsnn cose2 days ago
  • Starlink EMF from its lower orbitting chain of communication satellites, causes small microparticles on the ground (including virions and prions) normally too small to become airborne. The virvation from these new lower orbit frequencies causes tiny particles to be charged with kinetic energy, lifted into the air... And you breathe them in. Another, perfect example of this, is the Diamond Cruise Princess liners. They used a similar system called 'medallionnet', used SOLELY on those ships. Coronavirus didn't appear from nowhere on those ships, out at sea... It was already lying on the ground, on the decks, on the handrails, on the fabric seats. usworlds.info/slow/video/hpiIp5iUhWOMgoM Introduce a bit of 'static' from a high GHz and boom... It's released in the air, you breath it in, and the virion capsid disolves when it touches your mucus membranes, and hey presto, it is now a 'virus' as it's in your cells, hijacking them and reproducing itself. Virions and Prions are bits of genetic junk leftover, and there are literally trillions of them on the land, in the sea, and in the air, even in our 'trophosphere' usworlds.info/slow/video/rKt-eJzWjnJ6aKk If a layer of dust is still, on a glass coffee table... What happens to the dust if you make the table vibrate? The recent CJD looking diseas that has broke out in Canada, a cluster of neurological disease in 43 people... Again... I put this down to micro 'prion' particles, again being stimulated By EMF vibrational waves, charged with kinetic energy, and lifted from the ground in that particular area. Be interesting to see how many Space-X satellites are installed in New Brunswick Province. www.theguardian.com/world/2021/mar/30/mystery-brain-disorder-baffles-canadian-medicine This is called 'The Van Dali Hypothesis', and has yet to be acknowledged, challenged or proven wrong by The WHO, The Scottish Government, the UK government... Or medallionnet and starlink themselves. Not one of these people... Have taken up the gauntlet, to disprove this scientific hypothesis... twitter.com/VanDaliMediaUK/status/1377532690711379969?s=19

    GDoc ALBAGDoc ALBA2 days ago
    • @GDoc ALBA Electromagnetic frequency is literally light. It's just the ones youre probably referring too arent visible to us. I looked it up, but i dont feel anything. I dont have a prion, i dont know anyone who does.

      Mudkip909Mudkip90918 hours ago
    • @Mudkip909 not low frequency light ffs. A build up of EMF, electro magnetic frequency, is causing earth to virbrate. Look up what the Schumann Resonance is. The vibrations in the surface, are charging tiny particles With kinetic energy, usually too small to be lifted into the air, and causing them to become airborne. And not just Prions... But Virions too. Ever wonder how coronavirus systematically hit multiple 'diamind Princess cruise liners'???? Ships... Our at sea, that all came down with infections, with several dying per ship? Type into USworlds, Medallionnet, and watch the video on how it works. First of its kind, used solely on those ships. Then everyone starts picking up a virus? Do the math.

      GDoc ALBAGDoc ALBA19 hours ago
    • How the hell does low frequency light cause prions to jump lmao

      Mudkip909Mudkip90920 hours ago
    • Dude...replace your tinfoil hat.

      Mark AMark A2 days ago
  • What about Blue Origin

    Scary GamerScary Gamer2 days ago
  • The landing was a scam?

    FactorFactor3 days ago
    • No, there are multiple cameras watching the booster return to port

      Jack WhitlockJack Whitlock2 days ago
    • SpaceX launches will never get boring. Can't wait to see Falcon 9 launch Crew-2 in a few weeks.

      abbsnn coseabbsnn cose2 days ago
  • Hello plz my chat send to Elon musk I m very poor. Sir my aim is I m make like you. Sir I have no money to make like you sir plzzzzzzzzzzzzzz give me scolarship to study In IIT collage. Sir Elon musk plz read my chat to give some money approx 1millon to 2 million thankyou to read my chat sir I feel to give money to start my study. 🙏🙏🙏 Thank you

    Jeet pakkiJeet pakki3 days ago
  • usworlds.info/slow/video/raqXaYPNoqh5dWI

    Buğra Çağrı YURTBuğra Çağrı YURT3 days ago
  • How to cut waves of read thinking machine

    Biên PhạmBiên Phạm3 days ago
  • It never does. I finally got to watch it today (Monday April 9, 2021) with my kids while eating dinner. We all got excited watching the booster land in the daytime

    Daniel LandDaniel Land3 days ago
  • The best company in the world!!!

    Ls WebDesign WordPressLs WebDesign WordPress3 days ago
    • lol

      My GuyMy Guy2 days ago
  • Elon, anyone. This is Brandon. I just tried applying for an internship. I know it may appear sloppy but I’m losing sleep. Lol. I just want to take your fucking trash out please. I’ll do it for FREE.

    killabeeshowkillabeeshow3 days ago
  • This thing just went from Florida to Great Britain in exactly 20 minutes. I’d take that flight time any day

    bilishu alissbilishu aliss3 days ago
  • The best telemetry in the world !

    PintuxoPintuxo3 days ago
  • #roch #sauquere doit rigoler....

    Claude LadaClaude Lada3 days ago
  • Something isn't right with this company.

    The TruthThe Truth3 days ago
    • @The Truth when did they get hacked lmao

      Mudkip909Mudkip90920 hours ago
    • Look into the planetary alignments etc.

      The TruthThe Truth2 days ago
    • And they've probably been hacked

      The TruthThe Truth2 days ago
    • Get woke, learn your way arround the youtube filters, it's raining 'meteors' arround the whole world, hes put hundreds if not thousands of satalites into space, the 'meteors' are causing wildfires and lots of natural disasters globally, it's no coincidence, possibly musk's satalites falling from orbit, or they're shooting down asteroids, he has publicly said he's going to mine a asteroid for gold...who knows, he's even making brain chips, looks into neurolink, China own him, he invested billions into bitcoin and alot of countries are disconnecting from google and Chinese a.i....look at Bill Gates official youtube channel from 2012, the same year cancer research uks official channel claim 1 in 2 men will have cancer by 2027, these elites are doing stuff the mainstream media don't tell us, theres floods, famine, gmo crops failing, over 40 volcanoes erupting worldwide right now, media hide it all, they're all compromised by china and germany get woke brother and read the 'great reset' recently published from the uk on Amazon, just ask Alexa what the great reset is

      The TruthThe Truth2 days ago
    • Like what?

      Jack WhitlockJack Whitlock2 days ago
  • Only way humanity(besides genetic manipulation to remove urge of exploitation thus removing wars) will survive is space stations. That is because if you think how thin layer is atmosphere and also how thin layer is oceans. It does not take much of change in climate for all that blue stuff to vaporize into space. Or meeting with a comet could make much harder environment. Consider how close ice age was to our times as a remainder of that supersensitivity. But if human race can use genetic engineering to be able to take radiation and also to be able to function in weightlessness it will gain ability to get to the next level. Must be independent of any planet.

    Youka NaavaYouka Naava3 days ago
    • @bilishu aliss it’s not spy satellites, and if us soldiers killed children we would’ve had loads of terror attacks hitting the us and a war.

      Mudkip909Mudkip90920 hours ago
    • Elon Musk is a criminal because he sends spy satellites for the criminal US Army. The US Army kills innocent Yemeni children and women

      bilishu alissbilishu aliss3 days ago
  • Wow!! Beautiful!!! I couldn’t imagine the speed of 26857 mph, insane!!! Excellent job Space X

    Malena TullyMalena Tully3 days ago
  • Super

    mirasaulo mira saulomirasaulo mira saulo4 days ago
  • сегодня важнейший день для всех любителей космоса, ровно 60 лет назад человечество впервые отправило туда человека, прости Юра мы все проЕебали, Илон спасибо что гнешь эту линию, с праздником товарищи, с днем космонавтики!!!!!!!!

    Тимур СулеймановТимур Сулейманов4 days ago
  • SpaceX launches will never get boring. Can't wait to see Falcon 9 launch Crew-2 in a few weeks.

    seiom jvonyseiom jvony4 days ago
  • Piola 🥵🤑

    MATEO 141208MATEO 1412084 days ago
  • can you please tell me how many armpits is wide the field on "of course i still love you" ? i get it's almost 200 feet, but i don't use feet for measurements. i use armpits

    mark970 lostmark970 lost4 days ago
  • Her voice though ...

    ZJ HKZJ HK4 days ago
    • Better camera shot of stage one landing "WOW"way to go

      seiom jvonyseiom jvony4 days ago
  • The technologies is way beyond my imagination. I can see a light of going to space travel in my lifetime.

    Evil VCEvil VC4 days ago
  • Starlink is a good commercial name, but hear me out... TIE Routers.

    Hayden TravisHayden Travis4 days ago
  • i'm 14 years old boy from india. I'm getting inspired by you. If you read this comment then i'll be so so so much thankful to you. I salute you Elon Reeve Musk... 🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳🇺🇲🇺🇲🇺🇲

    ÃyÛsH SąhûÃyÛsH Sąhû4 days ago
  • Wow amazing, I am a Indian 🇮🇳

    VIKASH YADAVVIKASH YADAV5 days ago
  • 1:02:55 Cosmic particles started to fly near Stage2 engine?!

    Artem ShiryaevArtem Shiryaev5 days ago
    • Bits of frozen oxygen.

      Odysseus RexOdysseus Rex4 days ago
  • I wonder if the landing pads were magnetized if you could more easily control a fast descent or aligning its landing. divert the remaining ship's power to the pads and charge the ground pads. in the dream I had, the ship was using that electrical winding as an alternative energy source

    jamie bennettjamie bennett5 days ago
  • Elon Musk is a criminal because he sends spy satellites for the criminal US Army. The US Army kills innocent Yemeni children and women

    Life is beautifulLife is beautiful5 days ago
    • The US army has no forces deployed in Yemen.

      Odysseus RexOdysseus Rex4 days ago
  • where are you, USworlds?

    nuralithiumnuralithium5 days ago
  • Hi elon

    JTRB-PRODUCTIONSJTRB-PRODUCTIONS5 days ago
  • by seeing this everyone knows the universe, thanks space x.

    Edy PurnomoEdy Purnomo5 days ago
  • I like working to these streams, I get a break when something interesting happens, and I get nice space jams to listen to while working

    Thomas ChowThomas Chow5 days ago
  • Unreal, seeing the ocean get closer and closer from Stage 1 camera!

    J RotzJ Rotz5 days ago
  • who else is dealing with super long connection issues with only youtube working? ive rebooted my satellite multiple times, no cable issues, and it just wont let me use anything other than youtube.

    A PersonA Person5 days ago
    • @Odysseus Rex geek squad is an absolute scam, i do not trust them at all. when i got a virus on my laptop, they charged me $400 just to have the hard drive replaced. the laptop costed me $200 and i know now that all they did was replace the hard drive, which is the easiest thing you can do on a laptop. i think it might just be because viasat's satellites are messing with starlink, but i am not sure. i will have to see once viasat stops trying to bring a connection to my address.

      A PersonA Person3 days ago
    • @A Person In that case, I'm afraid the only advice I can give you is call tech support, either your satellite provider or maybe Geek Squad. Come to think of it though, several years ago I was having a similar problem with my Iphone. I could not get in to any websites except for Google. tech support was no help, claiming it was a network problem, when nobody else was having the same trouble, or claiming it was a graphics problem, when it was affecting even blogs that had no graphics. I wound up buying a new phone and that fixed it. Hope you don't have to replace your whole system.

      Odysseus RexOdysseus Rex4 days ago
    • @Odysseus Rex no. i kept getting long disconnection issues and the only way i was able to fix it was resetting the entire wifi.

      A PersonA Person4 days ago
    • That's weird. I'm no expert on these things, but could the problem be with your computer or browser rather than your satellite dish and router?

      Odysseus RexOdysseus Rex4 days ago
  • usworlds.info/slow/video/gnh-Z3i4nZ6cYaU

    EMULATOR WORLDEMULATOR WORLD5 days ago
    • Thanks for inspiring all of us and especially children to hope for a better world

      oiuet souiuoiuet souiu5 days ago
  • Better camera shot of stage one landing "WOW"way to go

    richard morrowrichard morrow5 days ago
    • Give me some money too because i have the project to go on Pluto .. it could take 50 or 100 years ..

      oiuet souiuoiuet souiu5 days ago
  • Hi good nice

    Shahbaz ahmedShahbaz ahmed6 days ago
  • fabulousus

    Juscelino BonettiJuscelino Bonetti6 days ago
  • What happens to the 2nd stage after satellite deploy ? I guess it re-enters the atmosphere and burns up, is there any images of that ? The onboard cameras are still working, right ?

    Alexis de WoutersAlexis de Wouters6 days ago
    • @How Does it Really Work I know, but thanks anyway

      logitech4873logitech48735 days ago
    • @logitech4873 That was unplanned. Typically, Falcon 9 second stages after LEO launches are deorbited immediately after deploying the satellites and burn up over some very empty region of the ocean. These Starlink launches usually target an area south of Australia, with the warning for mariners posted days ahead of time.

      How Does it Really WorkHow Does it Really Work5 days ago
    • Last week one visibly burnt up over some American city.

      logitech4873logitech48735 days ago
  • involved.

    oiuet souiuoiuet souiu6 days ago
  • Please launch in india soon

    Kishore 456Kishore 4566 days ago
    • Hey! You people have your own rockets! If you mean start Starlink service though, I understand one of your government agencies, at the behest of all of Starlink's competitors, is moving to put regulatory roadblocks in their way.

      Odysseus RexOdysseus Rex5 days ago
  • Sn10 is not working in sfs

    than thanthan than6 days ago
  • The sun rising from behind earth when the satellites was deployed was incredible! Fantastic timing!

    Jeandre BadenhorstJeandre Badenhorst6 days ago
  • Check out L.A.B NZ Kiwi band good vibes and feel good grooves people. USworlds that👍🚀💫📡🏄‍♂️

    King DingKing Ding6 days ago
    • Devil minions make comments on Channels !!!

      oiuet souiuoiuet souiu6 days ago
  • Iv been watching the Starship launches, so it’s a little strange too watch a SpaceX launch without the likely hood that it will explode at some point.

    Logan SchmoeLogan Schmoe6 days ago
  • After following the Starship program for a while, it was really beautiful to watch a rocket fly all the way to orbit.

    seeni gztyseeni gzty6 days ago
  • The hurried drama disappointedly fool because glass formerly refuse besides a bloody touch. slim, protective court

    Leo CieriLeo Cieri6 days ago
  • I hope one day i can do this with him

    Giano Dos SantosGiano Dos Santos6 days ago
    • Also i'm from South-Africa en born in Pretoria

      Giano Dos SantosGiano Dos Santos6 days ago
  • meco view from earth, amazing

    HussarprideHussarpride6 days ago
    • usworlds.info/slow/video/gnanjmzHnZOpZZ0

      seeni gztyseeni gzty6 days ago
  • Give me some money too because i have the project to go on Pluto .. it could take 50 or 100 years ..

    BLU HorizonBLU Horizon7 days ago
  • Thanks for inspiring all of us and especially children to hope for a better world

    Protect AnimalsProtect Animals7 days ago
  • 18:46 THAT'S WHERE 10 9 8 7...

    Karadi officialKaradi official7 days ago
  • Why don't you guys electronically stabilize those very long ground camera shots? Doesn't seem like it would be difficult, at all, likely there is possibly even free software to do this. Then you don't have two dots dancing and vibrating all over the screen. Also, some G telemetry shown might be kind of cool. The on booster down view vid during final descent was VERY cool!

    John SikesJohn Sikes7 days ago
  • why is the landing of the first stage booster so difficult to translate to starship?

    Anon AmosAnon Amos7 days ago
    • Because Starship has to do a bellyflop to increase drag

      Jack WhitlockJack Whitlock6 days ago
  • Youmei Zhou, dragon propulsion engineer.. nice to meet you.. please bring back Jessie Anderson.. Thank you

    Anon AmosAnon Amos7 days ago
  • Hi Jessie Anderson!!.. my favorite spacex lead manufacturing engineer and commentator

    Anon AmosAnon Amos7 days ago
  • tell me about the background noise that's coming from the headquarters.

    Ingrid kenIngrid ken7 days ago
  • Devil minions make comments on Channels !!!

    Chris KiehartChris Kiehart7 days ago
  • 1:04:19 i love you too of course lol

    das moritzdas moritz7 days ago
  • Affordable planetary internet,,, YOU GUYS ROCK, Thank YOU Elon Musk and SpaceX & StarLink teams,,, much respect! 🤩 PEACE, HEALTH & TRUTH 🌍🌎🌏

    FirstName LastNAMEFirstName LastNAME7 days ago
    • usworlds.info/tv/bpocj4kebRikvjGvGymsFQ

      Bull ShitBull Shit7 days ago
  • But you guys do know that spacex ships humans for alien consumption right? I mean I don’t care if you decide to go because that’s your free will. Just hope you guys know what you’re doing when you sign up.

    MyLady22MyLady227 days ago
  • usworlds.info/slow/video/gnanjmzHnZOpZZ0

    PATHLAMI _PATHLAMI _7 days ago
  • JESSIE - Possibly the best commentator Space X has, and should expand to NASA Missions as well, they could learn a thing or two. Keep up the good work.

    Eric SparksEric Sparks7 days ago
  • Cool stuff

    Ice BreakerIce Breaker7 days ago
  • Eagerly awaiting my starlink internet. Philippines internet is the world’s worst and we have proof to back this claim

    calkinsb0713calkinsb07137 days ago
    • What’s the average? In the small town I live in (USA) we get less than a megabyte download normally.

      Don’t tread on meDon’t tread on me7 days ago
  • Wow that amazing landing shot gives a cold wind to my soul. Never miss a single launch!!! Love you SpaceX and its team.

    Muhammad DanialMuhammad Danial7 days ago
  • My dream is to become a mechatronics engineer But it's only a dream 😅

    SociallyAwkwardGuySociallyAwkwardGuy7 days ago
  • Oh, did the FAA make it to the launch in time?

    pete simpsonpete simpson7 days ago
  • 17:57

    FearlessFearless7 days ago
  • Had the honor of seeing this live at Kennedy Space Center yesterday. I can’t put it into words how it was. It was the first launch I had ever seen in person and it was a good one.

    Annabelle McIlwainAnnabelle McIlwain7 days ago
  • Душа замирает!

    Наталья СкачковаНаталья Скачкова7 days ago
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