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SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket will launch the Dragon spacecraft to low Earth orbit to deliver critical cargo to the International Space Station (ISS) for NASA.
SpaceX is targeting a July 18 (EDT) launch of its ninth Commercial Resupply Services mission (CRS-9) from Space Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Fla. The instantaneous launch window opens at 12:45am EDT (4:45am UTC) on July 18, and a backup launch window opens at 12:00am EDT on July 20. Dragon will be deployed about 10 minutes after liftoff and attach to the ISS about two days later.
Following stage separation, the first stage of the Falcon 9 will attempt an experimental landing on Landing Zone 1 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Fla.

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Jul 17, 2016

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psycleen
psycleen 7 months ago
bogus
Emman
Emman 2 years ago
Cute nerds at the background lol
EDIcoN
EDIcoN 3 years ago
where are the scientist and engineers ?
RollingEyeballs
RollingEyeballs 3 years ago
I love how Space X does not use airheads to do the stand-up reporting.
Nehemias Celis
Nehemias Celis 3 years ago
16:40
Gaëtan LAFITTE
Gaëtan LAFITTE 3 years ago
Did the second stage land too, or just crash into ocean ?
s_hirangy
s_hirangy 3 years ago
I'm re-watching the whole thing to feel some nostalgia since SpaceX hadn't launch anything for 4 months.
JonathanDahlq
JonathanDahlq 3 years ago
Why does this only need one second stage ignition, and not two like other launches?
Artur Lalik
Artur Lalik 3 years ago
BS
Gin-chan's Odd Jobs。万事屋銀ちゃん
Can't wait to see one of these bad boys land in broad daylight!
Weasel Level Design
Solid landing, and loved the view of IDA-2 during stage separation!
Pyrotechs
Pyrotechs 3 years ago
31:31 The Dragon was a CP 2024! Nice little Easter egg there. The point at which Mars will be closest to the Earth comes in 2024, which Elon Musk claims they will send supply missions during that period.
tzetzo
tzetzo 3 years ago
How can anybody buy that crap?
jon clark
jon clark 3 years ago
what's up with the sound?
Steve Madak
Steve Madak 3 years ago
The crowd of sycophants would have eaten each other had there been a failure.
Jeff Papineau
Jeff Papineau 3 years ago
Can we please agree if Elan had access to anti-grav tech, he might not be the corp shill for NASA and MJ12? Why doesn't NASA launch their own damn rockets, and why does NASA airbrush all photos released to the public? Real free energy tech is suppressed, Elan gets to show us state of the art traditional tech fail. I would be very frustrated if I was him... www.siriusdisclosure.com/
Dom Troisi
Dom Troisi 3 years ago
That's one good looking afro american engineer..
TheOneFromFuture
TheOneFromFuture 3 years ago
To say they are diversified, they use a black woman to do these webcasts. Lets see your whole crew, spacex,
Sebastian Körner
Sebastian Körner 3 years ago
TheOneFromFuture watch the video 'the falcon has landed' you can see asians and Indians in that video.
Vozze
Vozze 3 years ago
That intro is so sexy!
David Gustin
David Gustin 3 years ago
Please do more videos like this. I loved it!
James Miolli
James Miolli 3 years ago
So we build oil rigs in sea, why not landing pads? It would increase Falcon 9's survivability and reduce future costs for all launches off said coast. (In addition, Space X could use this to charge other companies to launch rockets to their pads)
Donald Weber
Donald Weber 3 years ago
No it wouldn't. Each orbital insertion takes a different trajectory, dependent on the payloads orbit. SpaceX would need a dozen or more platforms.
Nalaka Bandara
Nalaka Bandara 3 years ago
Is Xohairbon Secrets helpful to cure your hair loss and regrow it naturally? I've learn a lot of good things about Xohairbon Secrets (google search it).
piratapan
piratapan 3 years ago
Fantastic
Rasmus Oxenvad
Rasmus Oxenvad 3 years ago
Anyone know what the little specs of light are that go flying by starting at about 26:50?
AC Show
AC Show 3 years ago
go go USA!
Fantasy Stories
Fantasy Stories 3 years ago
Space X is the Salvation of Mankind!
Dave Keil
Dave Keil 3 years ago
Uhhh.. At 10:00 - Is she going to talk about the other 3 degrees of freedom... No.. No. She's just going to pretend that she's covered that topic. WHO NEEDS ROLL PITCH AND YAW ANYWAY! We're SPACEX Bitch!
Liberal Larry
Liberal Larry 3 years ago
awesome landing!!sidenote: the presenters need headsets.Background noise is too much.
Little Ricky'sFlyingCircus
That is not the spacex rocket it is a Atlas 5 • NROL-61
BadWolf HS
BadWolf HS 3 years ago
@Little Ricky'sFlyingCircus Okay so you're not confused, you're just wrong.
Little Ricky'sFlyingCircus
nope. look at launch Records atlas rocked carrying Spacex crap..
BadWolf HS
BadWolf HS 3 years ago
You seem to be confused.
Joe Robinson
Joe Robinson 3 years ago
i've seen these rocket landings a few times now and they still make me so happy and amazed. Such a big step in space travel!!! Looking forward to the future and where spaceX willl be
Tomas Hrubovcak
Tomas Hrubovcak 3 years ago
4:40 or much largher organisms?
J M
J M 3 years ago
These hosts are super hot
john halamka
john halamka 3 years ago
9 pounds / second runs the impulse turbines.
Borges Barilla
Borges Barilla 3 years ago
Elon could propose and set a CROWD-FUNDING for developing the Mars mission. A project with clear goals to achieve , time table and cost estimate. Anyway, given that Space X already plan to go to Mars, to would give them extra fuel, and I am sure many people would contribute ... Actually, people would fell in their hearts , that they are part of this giant effort ... And this is a really pleasant and powerful feeling to spread , given the world we live in. Please, someone close to Elon, propose this to him! Thanks, b.b.
NapoleonDynamiteer
NapoleonDynamiteer 3 years ago
why it says Stage 2 Telemetry at the beginning ? isnt that the stage 1 ??
NapoleonDynamiteer
NapoleonDynamiteer 3 years ago
Totally! Thanks! : )
Appable
Appable 3 years ago
No, it's telemetry from the second stage even though the first stage's engines are lifting the rocket.
Chyn fu
Chyn fu 4 years ago
when will you guys go mining teh moon and bring back helium 3 back to earth? and when will you build a space/aircraft on the moon by using space fuel?
Gunshy55
Gunshy55 4 years ago
Feet, Inches, pounds ,Kilometres, millimetres. No wonder they had to send up a universal adapter for the ISS. When are you going to get it! The world uses the SI unit system! If you are scientists and engineers using confused measurements like these then you are doomed to fail. BTW, more space junk and an enormous amount of carbon emissions...!!!!!
PsyTech
PsyTech 4 years ago
Can you guys do 1080p60fps? That would be super awesome!
Konrad Dax
Konrad Dax 4 years ago
GO GO SPACEX
本色阁本色阁
本色阁本色阁 4 years ago
Who can make friends with me
LIBERATE EMPIRE
LIBERATE EMPIRE 4 years ago
FAKE
Michael Hill
Michael Hill 4 years ago
Makes me smile. Broadly. Living in So Cal and pass SpaceX HQ many times, wondering what will they accomplish next? So cool, born in '54 and saw much progress, and here we all are now, watching history being made, so efficiently. Hawthorne, CA, Kudos. And thank you. Smart folks, doing what they do, naturally. Achieve.
Jeff M
Jeff M 4 years ago
That moment in history when a dragon rides a falcon.
luckyday465768
luckyday465768 4 years ago
Yet another successful first stage landing for the fourt (or fifth) time. American space travel is now truly 100% back on its feet. With all that's going on in our country I'm glad to see it making progress, in contrast to what the world thinks of us. Take notes Trump, this is one of many ways on how to make America great again!
Grumpy
Grumpy 4 years ago
Fucking amazing...Hats off SpaceX
A Good Person
A Good Person 4 years ago
Wow Wow Wow Wow Wow... sigh... so sweet! Super good job to the teams!
Robert Johnson
Robert Johnson 4 years ago
I just want to say to Lauren, your speech and diction have greatly improved over a very short time, it's very noticeable and very impressive, keep up the great work!!
dolphone bublein
dolphone bublein 4 years ago
Holy shit! Every time is amazing.
bill orman
bill orman 4 years ago
Genius. I've seen Elon Musk at Burning Man a few times. He flies his plane and hangs out at the Bourbon Street camp.
Morgan Montz
Morgan Montz 4 years ago
Goosebumps. Every time. Forever.
1ONEDEE
1ONEDEE 4 years ago
This is so cool!
Willie Gillie
Willie Gillie 4 years ago
Didn't think we'd get a bada boom but we did get a sonic boom too bad the public didn't know ahead of time lol. Maybe someone forgot about notifying them ? Oh well
Willie Gillie
Willie Gillie 4 years ago
+Ambient Morality nothin wrong with a few broken windows
Willie Gillie
Willie Gillie 4 years ago
+Ambient Morality yeah I'll say they were;-)
Appable
Appable 4 years ago
I think they were notified, but the sound carried further than expected so a lot of residents didn't know about it. Hopefully they'll get used to it - the same thing happened for Shuttle.
bluSPECTRE
bluSPECTRE 4 years ago
That Pokemon Go thing at the end was absolute cringe. Congrats on the launch/landing though. Exciting! :D
157 239n
157 239n 4 years ago
why don't you guys show the 1st stage info on the screen too? Hungry for those from MECO to SECO........
Appable
Appable 4 years ago
I'd guess that information is proprietary and they'd prefer not to share that information, since that could give a lot of data to competitors about flyback. The general ascent profile is well known for rockets; flyback is not though.
Christopher Jones
Christopher Jones 4 years ago
is that animation accurate? The Dragon will basically chase after the ISS by the time it gets into space. Why didnt they launch Falcon earlier so that the ISS basically flies into Dragon instead of Dragon flying into the ISS... Seems if timed right, you can have the two meet as soon as Dragon gets to the proper altitude. However the animation showed Dragon getting to altitude then has to chase behind the ISS which seems like a waste of fuel. Like they couldve launched Dragon a day early so that the Dragon would basically be waiting for the ISS to reach it. So im wondering why did SpaceX do it the other way?
Seth Whitaker
Seth Whitaker 3 years ago
+Christopher Jones a stationary object in space would just fall back to earth due to gravity. An orbit is just an object falling back to earth but with a fast enough horizontal velocity that it misses earth and basically endlessly falls around the earth. So to get two objects to meet in space you have to send them on intersecting orbital paths, which means one will slowly catch up to the other.
Appable
Appable 4 years ago
@Sylvia Else Yes, and essentially you use an orbit either higher or lower than the target. If higher, you are going slower than the target, otherwise you're going faster. Either way, you then intercept the target once the target and you are roughly near each other.
Sylvia Else
Sylvia Else 4 years ago
The option of sitting and waiting for the ISS to catch up really doesn't exist. If two objects in space are not under thrust, but are getting closer together, they MUST be in different orbits. All one can ever do is arange for those orbits to intersect, and then have one object use thrust to change its orbit then to match that of the other. One tries to make the relative velocity at intersection small, so as to minimise the change of orbit required.
Appable
Appable 4 years ago
They do a similar thing now - essentially they put Dragon in a lower orbit behind the ISS, and lower orbits are faster than higher orbits. So Dragon catches up about 100km per orbit without using any fuel. Then they just need to do a short burn to push Dragon into the same orbit as the ISS once Dragon and the ISS are nearly above each other. You can do that a lot faster with less catch-up and correction time (which is probably what you mean), but it's less safe because it involves getting a _lot_ closer to the ISS, which can be dangerous. They prefer not to use that unless there are crew, in which case it makes sense to do. By the way, either technique is called an r-bar approach, specifically a nadir (earth-facing) r-bar approach.
Christopher Jones
Christopher Jones 4 years ago
@ChermBo that looks like a great link thanks for sharing... Ill have a look at that today. Before reading it though, to keep it simple. If an object is in orbit, and youre launching another object to meet that object... wouldnt it be better to launch the object early, "park it" and wait for the ISS to orbit into its path? That to me seems to be the most efficient way to unite two objects in this situation. I mean after all, wasnt that the theory used in the movie the Martian with Matt Damon? he blasted himself straight up into space and his Team flew into his path to retrieve him, and not the other way around- the way NASA does their launches.. flies straight up and then chases after the target . IDK just doesnt make sense to me. If timed JUST right. by the time the Dragon reached the altitude of the ISS, the ISS couldve been on its way in its orbit to intersect the Dragon's path... Hopefully that site you linked explains why that is a bad idea.. I honestly dont see how flying early, then wait for the ISS to fly into you is a bad idea. Seems like less work and calculations. Right now theres some 12 yr old who plays Kerbal Space Program reading this and laughing at me.
Grumble Stiltskin
Grumble Stiltskin 4 years ago
So fake.
Appable
Appable 3 years ago
@Donald Weber Remember, you need to think freely and critically (but only if you arrive at the exact conclusions the hoaxers want you to arrive at!)
Donald Weber
Donald Weber 3 years ago
Here we go again. You are a sleeping brainwashed sheeple, unless you think EXACTLY how the hoaxers want you to think. Anyone else see the irony.
V. P
V. P 3 years ago
So stupid
Appable
Appable 3 years ago
@BadWolf HS Nice! I believe CRS missions usually have very-close-to 24hr delays (or 48, 96hr delays, etc.) so if it's aiming for a daylight launch it probably will be even if we see ScrubX on CRS-10.
BadWolf HS
BadWolf HS 3 years ago
@Ambient Morality Last I heard, yes it will be - though obviously still subject to change as launches can be delayed and rescheduled. The point still holds up for any given future daytime launch though.
EtherasFox
EtherasFox 4 years ago
John Federspiel is played in this movie by Matt Damon ( @ 5:45 )
xWood4000
xWood4000 4 years ago
Good raster egg with pokémon go.
Sylvia Else
Sylvia Else 4 years ago
BTW, did these people learn nothing from watching "The Martian"? You don't cheer until after the success.
Sylvia Else
Sylvia Else 4 years ago
That animation of the climb to orbit looks wrong to me. For most of the ascent the rocket's travelling more slowly than the space station, so it's not chasing to catch up with the space station - it's being chased by the space station, which catches up with the rocket as the latter reaches orbit.
William F
William F 4 years ago
Yes, we get the ISS joke for the thousandth time. Just realize how important this is to spaceflight as a commercial means of transportation, or the advantages this gives to space exploration as a whole.
esquire eventrade
esquire eventrade 4 years ago
is that Austin Nichols from The Walking Dead @ 27:56 ???
Derek Collins Project
Amazing, unbelievable.
Obywatel CG
Obywatel CG 4 years ago
16:05 - startup and liftoff
Arc Kocsog
Arc Kocsog 4 years ago
Congrats SpaceX and Elon Musk!
SkyWardDude
SkyWardDude 4 years ago
This stuff is just so awesome . . .
Павел Колмыков
That's cool! But you'll be happy every landing, it's not landing on the Moon or Mars. We look forward to further progress.
Mitch
Mitch 4 years ago
Astonishing 25:00
ngo htae
ngo htae 4 years ago
Can't wait until sending a sat. gets cheap enough for me so i won't have to use comcast for my internet service!
Yasasa Tennakoon
Yasasa Tennakoon 4 years ago
Did anyone read ISS instead of ISIS for a second there? LMFAO what a brain fart amirite guys?
Ashwin Gupta
Ashwin Gupta 4 years ago
🎉🎉💥💥🎉🎉 hell yes. Alright guys, now let's get the falcon heavy up and go back to the moon!
Corb.
Corb. 4 years ago
ha ha I like that ending.
Aoshi.S2
Aoshi.S2 4 years ago
I swear if terrorists atack spaceX I will volunteer as a fighter somewhere to kill all of them But I really think even they admire the good work of spaceX
pronogon
pronogon 4 years ago
29:20 bubble attack :-)
jereth gryphon
jereth gryphon 4 years ago
no bubbles ice from cyro tanks above engine condensaion and loose foil
CypressPlays
CypressPlays 4 years ago
Ha lol space sex
ronan houston
ronan houston 4 years ago
Anyone else read Isis and was like WTF
Emoji Cool
Emoji Cool 4 years ago
SpaceX is the new NASA! They're building something for future purposes hopefully involving Mars. This is only an assumption by the large number of welders they have needed recently
Марс Фохроер
Pokeball? Lol.
David Muriungi
David Muriungi 4 years ago
I need a tour of Space X
FlakesAreGoneSnakes
Cool, and how did that improve our human race. Wa sit worth the resources they used.
Benjamin Kahtan
Benjamin Kahtan 4 years ago
It will make access to space an order of magnitude less expensive or more, meaning that in the future we'll have more advanced communications, weather monitoring, and other things requiring satellites (and hopefully more humans again!).
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