Starship | SN15 | High-Altitude Flight Test

As early as Wednesday, May 5, the SpaceX team will attempt a high-altitude flight test of Starship serial number 15 (SN15) - our fifth high-altitude flight test of a Starship prototype from Starbase in Texas. SN15 has vehicle improvements across structures, avionics and software, and the engines that will allow more speed and efficiency throughout production and flight: specifically, a new enhanced avionics suite, updated propellant architecture in the aft skirt, and a new Raptor engine design and configuration.

Similar to previous high-altitude flight tests of Starship, SN15 will be powered through ascent by three Raptor engines, each shutting down in sequence prior to the vehicle reaching apogee - approximately 10 km in altitude. SN15 will perform a propellant transition to the internal header tanks, which hold landing propellant, before reorienting itself for reentry and a controlled aerodynamic descent.

The Starship prototype will descend under active aerodynamic control, accomplished by independent movement of two forward and two aft flaps on the vehicle. All four flaps are actuated by an onboard flight computer to control Starship’s attitude during flight and enable precise landing at the intended location. SN15’s Raptor engines will then reignite as the vehicle attempts a landing flip maneuver immediately before touching down on the landing pad adjacent to the launch mount.

A controlled aerodynamic descent with body flaps and vertical landing capability, combined with in-space refilling, are critical to landing Starship at destinations across the solar system where prepared surfaces or runways do not exist, and returning to Earth. This capability will enable a fully reusable transportation system designed to carry both crew and cargo on long-duration, interplanetary flights and help humanity return to the Moon, and travel to Mars and beyond.

Given the dynamic schedule of development testing, stay tuned to our social media channels for updates as we move toward SpaceX’s fifth high-altitude flight test of Starship!

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  • ItzMikeOmg
    ItzMikeOmg4 घंटे पहले

    We can invent rockets but not cameras that work reliably.

  • 김수로
    김수로16 घंटे पहले

    I love DOGE🐶❤

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    김수로16 घंटे पहले

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  • Levell Jones
    Levell Jones21 घंटे पहले

    The hell with biden elon for president

  • David Fonseca
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    ELON MUSK for President #2024

  • Andrew Meliokrates
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    To the SpaceX experts here in this forum. ===================================== Dear colleagues, ------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1) We (our team) would like to carry out under weightlessness conditions the experiment, described in PART 3 of the link inlongs.info/cold/3opqbIZ7b32idI8/v-iy.html . ------------------------------------------------------------------------ 2) How much does it cost: a) to hire the necessary equipment and technology devices; b) to hire the related qualified people; c) a member of our team to carry out personally under weightlessness conditions the experiment, described in PART 3 of the link inlongs.info/cold/3opqbIZ7b32idI8/v-iy.html ; d) some combination of the above three. -------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3) Please describe in detail all your rules and requirements, if possible. ====================================== Looking forward to your answer. Sincerely Yours, Andrew Meliokrates

  • TimePro

    TimePro

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    This is no forum dude. You can't reach ANYONE from SpaceX in a INlongs comment section.

  • Brock Springer
    Brock Springerदिन पहले

    It’s the big falcon

  • prince kumar
    prince kumar2 दिन पहले

    Make a machine which make human free from any diseases within a second or a minute,

  • Cedwy

    Cedwy

    9 घंटे पहले

    Maye be u should try that bc u didnt shit for Humanity

  • Pol “Politon” Valls

    Pol “Politon” Valls

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    starship is that

  • Nahyan Akil
    Nahyan Akil2 दिन पहले

    Launch on year 2046 if yo launch on that year so there are more technology to live on mars and on other planets

  • Ob Fuscated
    Ob Fuscated2 दिन पहले

    DoD will be forced to copy the concept since this is an example of a private party building a civilian aerospace vehicle superior to every conventional bomber ever built and most ever dreamt. That payload size will (because necessity ensures someone somewhere will do it the US will be compelled to develop combat overmatch) make a spectacular Strategic Rocket Bomber. US versions could sit Alert in CONUS, HI, AK Guam etc providing global reach with conventional weapons of single (rare but possible like large conventional or thermobaric ordnance), multiple and multiple heterogeneous systems ready for immediate launch since UNlike ballistic missiles they may be recalled like obsolete manned conventional bombers whose "stealth" is ephemeral and which can be shot down by any modern fighter unless escorted to target (which delays launch much, much more). Payloads could employ any suitable munitions including Lazy Dog style cheap kinetics too many and dense for enemy defense (and dirt cheap) which could be augmented with ablative coatings to delay laser kills thus enabling sibling projectiles (along with hot balls atmospherically formed of any lasered metal) to reach target. Scatter could be controlled by well-understood cluster dispenser systems and cluster pods could also contain an appropriately suppressive mix to (for example) provide rapid viable "strike with system near-impunity" from above against an invasion fleet, ground units and buried systems. The rocket itself could be used as a kinetic munition against sufficiently valuable targets (conventional strike missions can easily compare in cost to a Starship and cost much more when aircraft are lost, affordable freight implies delivery of any payload). Closing mountain passes etc could be done by deploying drone swarms with any mix of drones permitting terrestrial loitering to deter enemy advances or disrupt them. Deterrent missions can be flown since the system is safely recallable. Just knowing one or a squadron is overhead is considerable deterrent. Consider how many strikes flown by small, slow vulnerable jet fighters (they're small and slow as a broken moped compared to a rocket carrying 100 tons) it took to take down Iraqi systems and (mostly fail to) hunt Scud TELs. Then consider the option to deploy omniscient systems of systems with immediate target saturation vs. flying bombers from Diego Garcia or other safe havens MANDATED by slow, vulnerable-to-anyone-with-an-Air Force or modern SAMs. Heavy rockets are the natural evolution of strategic bombers because they restore most advantage fast bombers once had over slower fighters while forcing opponents to build their own overmatch which few could manage and those are rational actors. That tool will not be left in the toolbox because it's conventional, recallable, versatile, offers better global reach, loiter options and firepower than any system (it makes SR-71 look like a T Model Ford by comparison) and will be cheap to produce thanks to NOT being a DoD invention. Unlike complete meatbags-in-cockpit systems it need not be constrained in development (for area denial purposes anyway) when operated remotely and eventually (also unavoidable because laws do not enforce themselves so force trumps law) autonomously controlled as an option/deadman switch when on combat sorties. (If it's not coming home anyway or should not because it's loaded wasting valued assets over enemy targets is gross military negligence.) Large cargo rockets could also deploy smaller "fighter" rockets like smaller human-free versions of Dream Chaser with their own payloads for dispersed attack operations to overload enemy systems while avoiding bringing the large vehicle close enough to hit. Re-entry of Dyna Soar (great job, old NASA!)-like vehicles could make tracking more difficult. Though modern systems can detect rockets that doesn't mean they aren't capable of surprise by for example loitering well over friendly territory then taking advantage of height to use the extended slant range their altitude offers. They can patrol a nation-sized kill box from well out of airspace rights. Peace requires deterrence requires credible combat overmatch and none of those requirements are negotiable because they are imposed by war itself. National choices are deterrence, combat or surrender with or without destruction as in the rest of the nature of which humanity is a part and never "outside" any more than the technicalities of hive construction are other than of the bee. Strategic Rocket Bombers do not ensure total impunity but certainly would have it against MOST established conventional and less-conventional systems. For peacekeeping UN operations it could swiftly deploy to very simple pads and even use drones with cone penetrometers to determine landing zone stability then deliver food and medical aid in enough early quantity to stave off worse disaster while evac'ing appropriate medical cases to advanced life support within the "golden hour" or close to it. Even the remotest regions could be overflown and supplied by airdropped canisters proven in use since WWII and cheap enough to be expendable (hull shape/components might be repurposed as shelter or components thereof. Rapid biohazard mitigation is now urgently necessary to contain disease outbreaks (Ebola comes to mind more than COVID but diseases are many and varied) by deploying med teams, supplies then swiftly making replenishment runs especially as remoter relief airheads are expanded.

  • alastor the radio demon
    alastor the radio demon2 दिन पहले

    i cnat wait to get on this rocket to go to mars it was my dream ever since i was a kid

  • Nightmare King
    Nightmare King2 दिन पहले

    Congratulations space x

  • Qari Ghulam Shabir mahar
    Qari Ghulam Shabir mahar3 दिन पहले

    每天增加你的视频内容,加油,加油,加油.

  • Firopense ✔️
    Firopense ✔️3 दिन पहले

    I can't stop coming back

  • Hasitha Dilshan
    Hasitha Dilshan3 दिन पहले

    Can I join your team

  • Hasitha Dilshan
    Hasitha Dilshan3 दिन पहले

    Sir it,s possible

  • guignard yves
    guignard yves3 दिन पहले

    si les gens ont une plus grandes connaissance de l'univers et notre place dans celui -ci , ils vont comprendre l'importance de votre travail , et je peut répondre a ces questions . j'ai trouvé la clef , qui sommes nous d'où l'ont viens dans cette univers , l'importance de l'expansion des trous noirs

  • Jari Kooper
    Jari Kooper3 दिन पहले

    This brings back feelings from hearing the words “the falcons have landed”

  • guignard yves
    guignard yves3 दिन पहले

    Je parle seulement Français très peut l'anglais , si cela peut-être utile je sais a quoi sert les trous noirs et expansion de l'univers je peut l'expliquer et par la fois convaincre les population du bien fondée d'explorer l'univers . AIDÉ MOI VOUS NE SERAIS PAS DÉÇU j'ai trouvé la clef de cette connaissance . l'univers nous a permis d'existé avec une conscience et j'ai la clef

  • Gift of Life
    Gift of Life3 दिन पहले

    Starship Landing All planes on earth land horizontally on TRIPODS, regardless of length of fuselage or weight from super light piper cubs to jumbo jets to military carrier planes that transport heavy battle tanks to HARRIER jets and F35 fighter planes that do vertical take off and landing. Why do planes land HORIZONTALLY on TRIPODS? It's the safest regardless of how smooth or bumpy the landing may be. AND, consider how tall the Starship is, AND how top heavy with its payload of 100 metric tons - where is the center of gravity? A little tilt, like the lunar lander of Apollo 15 in 1971 - the Starship could topple down. WHAT GUARANTEE have you people that the landing site will be truly flat and sturdy and strong enough to support the FULL WEIGHT of Starship PLUS PAYLOAD. AND YOU'LL BE LANDING A THOUSAND STARSHIPS ON MARS VERTICALLY?!? HOW SURE ARE YOU THAT EVERY SINGLE ONE OF THEM WON'T TILT. SOFT SOIL OR BLOWING WIND ON A SHIP WITH A LITTLE TILT COULD FALL DOWN.

  • Isaac Sothern

    Isaac Sothern

    2 दिन पहले

    The landing legs will be self leveling so that it won't fall over, the ground will still have to be relatively flat to ensure the landing legs can adjust level the starship, in the far future starship will use landing pads similar to the one currently at Starbase. The landing legs on starships right now are single use and only temporary.

  • Tuuminshz

    Tuuminshz

    3 दिन पहले

    *Landing legs*

  • Nightmare
    Nightmare4 दिन पहले

    6:29

  • Slay Slaya
    Slay Slaya4 दिन पहले

    Forget the engine show what you see up there.

  • India Wala Reaction
    India Wala Reaction4 दिन पहले

    How will it be able to land on rough mars terrain? There are no landing pads on Mars. Or are they gonna first install landing using robots before landing?

  • India Wala Reaction

    India Wala Reaction

    3 दिन पहले

    @TimePro If you are interested in space stuff then tell is it possible to build Jetsuit for astronauts to fly around the earth coming out of space shuttle in space and then getting back in. Do you think that can be possible?

  • TimePro

    TimePro

    4 दिन पहले

    @India Wala Reaction That’s a question only the highest of people can answer. Certainly would be nice if non-qualified people can go to Mars but I would bet they would choose to first send NASA astronaut over to Mars first.

  • India Wala Reaction

    India Wala Reaction

    4 दिन पहले

    @TimePro I had applied for my name as person interested in travelling to Mars if they need People. Do you think they would need non qualified people us?

  • TimePro

    TimePro

    4 दिन पहले

    Starships in the future will have automatic-leveling legs that will sync with the surrounding ground.

  • Omar Murzabaev
    Omar Murzabaev5 दिन पहले

    Elon if your reading this what do you think about this Idea making a rocket that can join with other rockets to make a mars orbital station or building a shipyard on mars

  • Omar Murzabaev
    Omar Murzabaev5 दिन पहले

    Elon:sees Mars Elon:I've gotta go there

  • PASSA MOLEQUE
    PASSA MOLEQUE5 दिन पहले

    BIG BANG: A TEMPERATURA MOVIMENTOU O ESPAÇO TEMPO, GERANDO ENERGIA ESTÁTICA, ACONTECENDO O BIG BANG ! O UNIVERSO COMEÇOU A SE MOVIMENTAR NO ESPAÇO IGUAL O ESPERMATOZOIDE QUE É EJACULADO DO PÊNIS ATRAVÉS DA TEMPERATURA!

  • Encilidus Saturn
    Encilidus Saturn6 दिन पहले

    When is the 1 orbital flight test

  • Isaac Sothern

    Isaac Sothern

    2 दिन पहले

    You mean SN20? Probably August or September, they still need to finish the launch pad and tower, GSE tanks, raptor engines and, well, the rocket

  • Jack Whitlock

    Jack Whitlock

    6 दिन पहले

    July or August

  • Homeward Bound
    Homeward Bound7 दिन पहले

    Yet our government just gave Bezos how much for his crappy space program?

  • Tuuminshz

    Tuuminshz

    6 दिन पहले

    I scratch your back you scratch mine That's how the game works if you don't play it your loss

  • TimePro

    TimePro

    7 दिन पहले

    Wait... what? Please tell me you are joking. Blue Origin is already a joke

  • DomRBX
    DomRBX7 दिन पहले

    inlongs.info/cold/1Hdul56ofZildak/v-iy.html Just a SR2 simulation on that

  • tom Ickes
    tom Ickes7 दिन पहले

    Plan B inlongs.info/cold/moucfad3q5uPonc/v-iy.html

  • Estanarede.Oficial
    Estanarede.Oficial7 दिन पहले

    Uma obra de arte.

  • Justus Perry
    Justus Perry8 दिन पहले

    I have a question about your Starlink setup. I was trying to find a contact link on the website, but could not. I was curious as if two addresses I use are within the same 'cell' area. If so, I'm good to hook and will get in on this. Thanks.

  • lee castle
    lee castle9 दिन पहले

    one day i will be living on marz

  • Cad29

    Cad29

    8 दिन पहले

    If you get a good job that makes alot of money tickets are supposed to be half a milion at start and then after years they can lower to 100000

  • BenBenOy
    BenBenOy9 दिन पहले

    Why does it reminds me of a squids head

  • TayoEXE
    TayoEXE9 दिन पहले

    When your rocket ship school science project finally lands in one piece.

  • Chris Lemfors
    Chris Lemfors9 दिन पहले

    Can't type on the cp,?I'll work it out MORE greaf YAY, I can not find U reaplys hopping there good thanks, and I will answer everyone's e-mails Backt up something bad,baby way Joly good show everyone.👍😁🚀🌌🇭🇲+💪🌬️🌊🌀✨🌏🙈😁🤭👍8-)8-)8-)8-)

  • Arizona Jewell
    Arizona Jewell10 दिन पहले

    The fact that we went from the Falcon 1 to this is just astounding. Less than 2 decades and SpaceX has went from a tiny little startup to a giant in the aerospace industry, paving the way for reusable rockets, and restoring US capability to launch humans to the ISS. Looking back at the failed Falcon 1 launches in the mid 2000s, no one would’ve guessed that this would be where SpaceX would be in 15 years. Super excited to see orbital starship tests!

  • Robert Wlaker
    Robert Wlaker10 दिन पहले

    Back in 1990s i thought humans would of reached mars by year 2000 ! Just a bit out 😆

  • Robert Wlaker
    Robert Wlaker10 दिन पहले

    When do you do you think humans will reach mars ? 2030s ?

  • Eddy Deathwishe

    Eddy Deathwishe

    5 दिन पहले

    2026

  • Cad29

    Cad29

    8 दिन पहले

    Id say about 365 x 5 days

  • En3rgY

    En3rgY

    10 दिन पहले

    give em 5 years

  • Kofi

    Kofi

    10 दिन पहले

    Maybe even this decade

  • Chris Lemfors
    Chris Lemfors10 दिन पहले

    I'm so glad I'm not missing anything,😁🤪🌹👽🌞🌺🌹🚀🌌👍

  • iLoveMath
    iLoveMath11 दिन पहले

    Is your math exam tomorrow ? inlongs.info/cold/qICbbqB5opxkqZk/v-iy.html

  • Steve Vladimir
    Steve Vladimir11 दिन पहले

    CLARIFICATION: I did not mean a trampoline... I meant a solid thick plate that gives way when in contact with descending rocket... so it allows a "soft" touchdown... Hope that clarifies it.

  • divat 10

    divat 10

    10 दिन पहले

    we in fact did not see your first comment

  • son of sun
    son of sun11 दिन पहले

    hello, why earth levitate in-universe?

  • Ysonoko
    Ysonoko11 दिन पहले

    Outstanding.

  • Steve Vladimir
    Steve Vladimir11 दिन पहले

    just had a BRAINFART..... How about using a "springy" flexible landing platform instead of SOLID GROUND, no need to "catch" the THING either . you could use the STUMPY legs without the added cost/weight of extra gear on the landing legs???? Any thoughts?

  • Steve Vladimir

    Steve Vladimir

    8 दिन पहले

    @TimePro Hope they work out a "Safe" solution. I'm speculating it's going to take much longer to produce a "Safe" system that will not risk the lives of the Astronauts/passengers the way they are going at it. Using the type of landing platform I proposed will reduce the risk, and simplify the system, be more practical, and speed up re-usability. The Starship "Shell" is just not sturdy enough to repeatedly land without constant worry of structural fatigue. Put it simply it's stupid, that's why they are resorting to splashing down SN20 and the booster.... That will not go away until they either reinforce the shell or make the Starship stumpier ( preferably wider, 20m diameter does not sound too crazy ( would be a good solution for spinning it around the center and creating artificial gravity when in Zero-G). Stumpier Starship has a few advantages...not as sexy though!

  • TimePro

    TimePro

    9 दिन पहले

    Orrrrrrr you can do it the way the SpaceX Engineers want to do it?

  • Pol “Politon” Valls

    Pol “Politon” Valls

    10 दिन पहले

    @Steve Vladimir starship will land on lots of places, not all of them being landing pads

  • Steve Vladimir

    Steve Vladimir

    10 दिन पहले

    @Pol “Politon” Valls I'm sure Elon would be able to make it work.....it's nothing compared to to the rest of the system! he can offer me a job to design it if too busy...

  • Pol “Politon” Valls

    Pol “Politon” Valls

    10 दिन पहले

    @Steve Vladimir this could difficult a lot keeping the rocket standing and making thw workers go to starship

  • british fan
    british fan11 दिन पहले

    Mate if there humans there they would be saved

  • Gabriel Souza
    Gabriel Souza11 दिन पहले

    Parabéns!!!!!! Fico feliz que conseguiram pousar com sucesso!!!

  • Evandro Santana Pereira
    Evandro Santana Pereira11 दिन पहले

    What a beast! I still find it hard to believe that a rocket of this size is capable of vertically landing with so much cargo! It looks coming strait from fiction books!

  • Heather Cottle
    Heather Cottle12 दिन पहले

    11:14 he’s gonna get fired for that 😂

  • Caerbanog Interrupted
    Caerbanog Interrupted12 दिन पहले

    Alright! We'll all be dead from forced vac seen before we get to mars!

  • Firoz Ahmed
    Firoz Ahmed12 दिन पहले

    Yes !!!!

  • James Lee
    James Lee12 दिन पहले

    They're going to send a retro 50s rocket to the moon and mars and make an entire city, with houses and resturaunts, police and government and all, from scratch, and call it Space Base. 😄 Musk and SpaceX done lost their damn minds 😄 i love it.

  • Isaac Sothern

    Isaac Sothern

    2 दिन पहले

    Starship isn't a 1950s rocket, Starship is a 2020s rocket, so many new things with starship

  • TimePro

    TimePro

    12 दिन पहले

    What rocket from the 1950s looked like this? This isn't even the finished design. The finished design will have a full back of TPS and the front will look much better. Search it up.

  • Devon Prince
    Devon Prince12 दिन पहले

    Thank u Elon musk I’m so happy it’s in my lifetime and can’t wait to here that starship has landed on Mars ✋💯🤞😉

  • Kim
    Kim13 दिन पहले

    All hail the emperor of mars 😂

  • Motivational Speeches
    Motivational Speeches13 दिन पहले

    Congratulations Sir Elon Musk 😊😊

  • Quinn STANFIELD
    Quinn STANFIELD13 दिन पहले

    I can’t believe it’s already been a month since this!

  • SFS Gamer
    SFS Gamer13 दिन पहले

    The next generation of SpaceX vehicle is growing and developing in the speed of light

  • Guilherme Bicalho
    Guilherme Bicalho13 दिन पहले

    Cosmos here we go!!!

  • Zbigniew Siwiec
    Zbigniew Siwiec14 दिन पहले

    🌏🌏🍀🍀🇵🇱🇵🇱👍👍

  • Ejzafra Tbooom
    Ejzafra Tbooom14 दिन पहले

    After all the failure, they made it!!!!!!! Congrats to space x crews and Elon Musk you finally did it! They made a history!

  • FUN -TIMES
    FUN -TIMES15 दिन पहले

    Finally done👌👍👍

  • Sal G
    Sal G15 दिन पहले

    Someone must make John Searl meet Elon Musk. Those two are the key. These two have the technology and the means to make it happen. If Elon Musk introduces John Searls technology, we can make this happen. I’ve analyzed John Searls technology and I really do believe he is the key.

  • TimePro

    TimePro

    9 दिन पहले

    Not saying its a bad idea, but John Searl is 89 years old. Sure he developed fuel-free power generators (But solar panels and thermoelectric generators exist too) Also read something about anti-gravity, but it did not go into detail at all. Please link me up with something that further explains the anti-gravity part. Other wise, Pretty sure Elon does not need this (rather interesting) person.

  • divat 10

    divat 10

    10 दिन पहले

    @Sal G i mean most of the time someone claims something they are expected to have some kind of proof... since you can't share that i really can't beleave you

  • Sal G

    Sal G

    10 दिन पहले

    @divat 10 - why would I write it down? I take in information. I do my research. Have you even bothered to research John Searl or do you depend on others to analyze for you.?

  • divat 10

    divat 10

    10 दिन पहले

    can i see your "analisis"?

  • Pol “Politon” Valls

    Pol “Politon” Valls

    13 दिन पहले

    @Sal G starship works on methane, it's not a fossil fuel, and once it become operational, they will stop Falcon 9 production and industry.

  • Chris Lemfors
    Chris Lemfors15 दिन पहले

    hi 8888****

  • M1xer_EU
    M1xer_EU16 दिन पहले

    I’m honestly obsessed with becoming an astronaut because of your work. Hope the 2022 Starship launch from the Deimos launch pad goes well

  • kim phi
    kim phi17 दिन पहले

    The tedious head conversly request because fireman understandably depend until a unwritten jump. supreme, fretful tights

  • ameer hamza
    ameer hamza17 दिन पहले

    I want to be in the first batch of people leaving earth for Mars.

  • Jose Carlos Aguiar Ojeda
    Jose Carlos Aguiar Ojeda18 दिन पहले

    Starship is my favorite rocket and I have 3 draw of STARSIP

  • Pol “Politon” Valls

    Pol “Politon” Valls

    13 दिन पहले

    I have made lots of them

  • allan churm
    allan churm18 दिन पहले

    nice love the ship has landed ok..then with the ship still on fire... close the live feed..lol ( i bet they hope it dont go bigbadaboom like last time..

  • Lmao.

    Lmao.

    15 दिन पहले

    It's been a month, I'm sure you'd have heard about it by now.

  • TimePro

    TimePro

    17 दिन पहले

    Well if you listened, the fire was expected since they aren't allowed to vent out methane without being burnt. SN15 actually survived and has seen a retirement now and can be seen nearby the production site.

  • Linda Kristin Johansen
    Linda Kristin Johansen18 दिन पहले

    I really feel that I could need some help right now.

  • xXGegi4321Xx
    xXGegi4321Xx18 दिन पहले

    At 12:53 if you listen closely you can hear people cheering in the background.

  • DemiDGamerYT

    DemiDGamerYT

    18 दिन पहले

    I heard! LOL

  • Kim
    Kim19 दिन पहले

    Space junk

  • Isaac Sothern

    Isaac Sothern

    6 दिन पहले

    The rocket is FULLY reusable, NO space junk

  • Pol “Politon” Valls

    Pol “Politon” Valls

    13 दिन पहले

    Reusable rocket

  • AtheoGaming07

    AtheoGaming07

    13 दिन पहले

    @Kim this planet is dying because of our mistake, Deal with it 0ft fan.

  • AtheoGaming07

    AtheoGaming07

    13 दिन पहले

    @Kim focus on this Topic only. This does not goes to space

  • Kim

    Kim

    13 दिन पहले

    @AtheoGaming07 that’s exactly why we should try to learn from our mistakes and fix this planet. Not indulge musk’s phallic fantasies. The man is obsessed.

  • Der Blopfisch
    Der Blopfisch19 दिन पहले

    GG

  • Deutschland 2050
    Deutschland 205019 दिन पहले

    Musk is going to colonize the galaxy

  • beasticks

    beasticks

    19 दिन पहले

    you must include the engineers theyre legends including musk too! no hate btw

  • Tolunay ÇƏTİN
    Tolunay ÇƏTİN20 दिन पहले

    Allah bir an önce Mars'a da ulaşmanızı nasip eder inşallah ❤

  • Tolunay ÇƏTİN

    Tolunay ÇƏTİN

    15 दिन पहले

    @Exploration ok then bro. Np 👊🏼

  • Exploration

    Exploration

    15 दिन पहले

    @Tolunay ÇƏTİN sorry mate there was a guy underneath you with a copy and pasted religious comment, I do apologies as I have now deleted my comment.

  • Tolunay ÇƏTİN

    Tolunay ÇƏTİN

    15 दिन पहले

    @Everyday Starshipnaut - SN10 ok. Only you understand everything 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼

  • Everyday Starshipnaut - SN10

    Everyday Starshipnaut - SN10

    15 दिन पहले

    Didn't understand anything but got the word mars 👀

  • Tolunay ÇƏTİN

    Tolunay ÇƏTİN

    20 दिन पहले

    @Exploration What?? I didn't make any comments about religion. I only mentioned God in my comment. Also, let's say I talked about religion. What's that to you? Instead of using your little brain for Islamophobia, you should use it to understand the universe, generate creative ideas and use it to benefit humanity, even as much as an ant. Hate will get you nowhere. It will take you to a place of love and virtue. Little people mess with other people. Great people deal with ideas. You'll be dead after 50 or 60 years anyway. At least leave positive energy and magnetic field to the world, brother ♡

  • Jake Edwards
    Jake Edwards20 दिन पहले

    Perfect!!

  • MRINAL BARMAN
    MRINAL BARMAN20 दिन पहले

    I ami discover karte chaschi "water plates-ing Theory, "jar sajje ej anek kaj kara sambhob habe'amake bissash karun sir ...? please..

  • Joy Sun
    Joy Sun20 दिन पहले

    And with that we conclude our coverage of SN15 (just in case this one blows up too.) !

  • Kim
    Kim20 दिन पहले

    www.google.com/amp/s/www.inverse.com/innovation/spacex-could-cause-geoengineering/amp

  • Darth Flash

    Darth Flash

    5 दिन पहले

    @Kim Alright, please tell me the numbers and the amount that methalox rockets produce in harmful gasses. "Everyday astronout" made a video about it also, you should go watch that.

  • Darth Flash

    Darth Flash

    5 दिन पहले

    @Kim Rockets are actually pretty safe for the environment. Solid rocket boosters are polluting, but liquid ones are pretty safe. And spaceX only uses liquid rockets. It's industries and automotives that we have to worry about. But Tesla is handling it also. Because even the least efficient electric car is more environment friendly than the most efficient gasoline car. (Already proven) And musk is doing good by reusing rockets, thus decreasing the resources they use. I don't see the problem.

  • Pol “Politon” Valls

    Pol “Politon” Valls

    13 दिन पहले

    @Kim spacex's starship team spend lots of time cleaning starship debris when it blows up, they have full responsibility of the place

  • Kim

    Kim

    13 दिन पहले

    @Tuuminshz you are correct. We are all human scum. Scourge of the universe.

  • Tuuminshz

    Tuuminshz

    16 दिन पहले

    @Kim you should not infect the rest of the universe

  • WhiteKite G
    WhiteKite G20 दिन पहले

    Elon president for Mars anyone?😎

  • Pol “Politon” Valls

    Pol “Politon” Valls

    13 दिन पहले

    No.

  • nmb upb
    nmb upb20 दिन पहले

    WOOOW!!

  • samuel berard
    samuel berard20 दिन पहले

    This is nuts

  • alfred fanshaw
    alfred fanshaw20 दिन पहले

    The Space X panto continues

  • MRINAL BARMAN
    MRINAL BARMAN21 दिन पहले

    Airplane ✈️ ke electric ba fuel ⛽ chharao Red alor dara upore tola jete pare...

  • MRINAL BARMAN
    MRINAL BARMAN21 दिन पहले

    Spaces ke sir, chummuk ar biporit dharmoke kaje lagiyeo mahakase pata jabe..

  • MRINAL BARMAN
    MRINAL BARMAN21 दिन पहले

    Sir, ami ..o2,co2, and Hydrogen ar sahajje gari chalate chai, amake jadi upni sahajjo karen..to ami chesta kare dekhiye dite pari.

  • Everyday Starshipnaut - SN10

    Everyday Starshipnaut - SN10

    15 दिन पहले

    No one is going understand bangla here 😒

  • Cizee SkilzZ (Te0lexx)
    Cizee SkilzZ (Te0lexx)21 दिन पहले

    Remind me What was the estimated time in years to go to mars 2032 ? Nah i think we will be on mars by 2026 or maybe even 2024

  • Exploration

    Exploration

    20 दिन पहले

    Unmanned in 2024 and crewed in 2026 but these timeframes could easily slip.

  • Cizee SkilzZ (Te0lexx)
    Cizee SkilzZ (Te0lexx)21 दिन पहले

    YES dude i am so happy rn

  • 《karışık》 •Videolar•
    《karışık》 •Videolar•21 दिन पहले

    Starship 15 nice

  • Black Heart9
    Black Heart921 दिन पहले

    Ciyeee gak meledak lg.... ditunggu SN16 dst

  • TomTech Technologie, FPV, music Life your dream
    TomTech Technologie, FPV, music Life your dream21 दिन पहले

    This should be effective for SpaceX inlongs.info/cold/zXptqoiGf66WmHc/v-iy.html

  • Tobias Olsen
    Tobias Olsen21 दिन पहले

    This brings a smile to my face every time

  • drmax
    drmax22 दिन पहले

    They gotta quit having these fires after landing.

  • Exploration

    Exploration

    20 दिन पहले

    That’s only happens twice and they are fixing it as we speak but for now it is not a big problem

  • yuh
    yuh22 दिन पहले

    stubby plane rocket go flippy advance human baby step space exploration future

  • ☆𝕊ℍ𝕀𝔼𝕃𝔻☆
    ☆𝕊ℍ𝕀𝔼𝕃𝔻☆22 दिन पहले

    Hello space x Mars 2022 corcoships mission update me...........

  • Nice-oscar
    Nice-oscar22 दिन पहले

    To be honest, what's the point? We are not allowed to explore Antarctica or the oceans and we are trying to go up! Just ridiculous and waste of money!

  • Starboy 101

    Starboy 101

    5 दिन पहले

    @Isaac Sothern I agree

  • Isaac Sothern

    Isaac Sothern

    5 दिन पहले

    @Starboy 101 The US military spends almost a TRILLION dollars every year, and NASA spends maybe a few billion a year. Now 50 million dollars to launch a falcon 9 is a lot of money, and SpaceX are developing a rocket that will be able to launch 4 times the mass that falcon 9 can launch, and still hopefully being 25 times cheaper to launch. Remember the Saturn V? That cost about a BILLION dollars to launch, and SpaceX is making a rocket that can do pretty much the same as the Saturn V and yet be only 2 MILLION dollars to launch. So no, its not a complete waste of money.

  • Starboy 101

    Starboy 101

    18 दिन पहले

    It is far from a waste of money. In the pursuit of space exploration, we have developed numerous technologies that have benefitted humans on earth in countless ways (IE: surgical robots) And using space based technology, we can accurately track the progress of human driven climate change. Besides, by colonizing other planets, we can create a backup in case earth is rendered uninhabitable via some sort of disaster, safeguarding the future of the human race. And if you’re worried about cost, remember, nasa is less that 0.5 percent of the us government’s budget, so they would be better off taking some off the military, NASA also actually makes a profit, so the whole “waste of money” thing is irrelevant.

  • Lensflare Deviant

    Lensflare Deviant

    19 दिन पहले

    @Matheus That's nonsense.

  • logitech4873

    logitech4873

    19 दिन पहले

    @Matheus I did. Can you link me to what you've been reading?

  • Joseph Screen
    Joseph Screen23 दिन पहले

    Making history right here! Congratulations to everyone at space X for all their hard work, it seems to have paid off. :)

  • นาก น้อย
    นาก น้อย23 दिन पहले

    ดีอะอีอะดีอะ

  • chetan kashyap
    chetan kashyap24 दिन पहले

    Most controlled rocket I have ever seen.🔥🔥🔥👍🏻😊🌕🌎

  • chetan kashyap

    chetan kashyap

    14 दिन पहले

    @Everyday Starshipnaut - SN10 it's your thought 👍🏻

  • Everyday Starshipnaut - SN10

    Everyday Starshipnaut - SN10

    15 दिन पहले

    All rockets in the world is precisely controlled.

  • Geetha Manumari
    Geetha Manumari24 दिन पहले

    good job space x never give up

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