Crew-1 Mission | Launch

Datum objavljivanja: 15. Stu 2020.
Coast Phase: hrwiki.info/plane/video/mbh7lZS1ip6mzII
SpaceX and NASA are targeting Sunday, November 15 for Falcon 9’s launch of Dragon’s first operational crew mission (Crew-1) to the International Space Station (ISS) from historic Launch Complex 39A (LC-39A) at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The instantaneous launch window opens at 7:27 p.m. EST on November 15, 00:27 UTC on November 16. Following stage separation, SpaceX will attempt to land Falcon 9’s first stage on the “Just Read the Instructions” droneship, which will be stationed in the Atlantic Ocean. The launch webcast will go live about 4 hours before liftoff. Tune in here to watch live.

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  • Go SpaceX!! This launch was incredible, I can't wait to see more!! 🙌

  • hrwiki.info/plane/video/pbqEtqaom46qsGU space express

  • "The rocket needs to be more POINTY" "The shape of the rocket has no effect on the payload delivery" "more pointy!"

  • This is amazing

  • Униформа персонала как из фильмов ужасов. А скафандры наоборот, комичны и выглядят бутафорскими. Если произойдет нештатная ситуация, маловероятно, что эти, так называемые, скафандры спасут астронавтов.

  • Hey space x I wanna go to Mars so bad😭😭

  • There’s no thrust in a vacuum... and how is a vacuum next to the pressurized system of earths atmosphere without a solid barrier? Sounds like a hustle to me.

    • Try to be less stupid. Thrust doesn’t come from a reaction against the atmosphere. It’s a direct result of Newton’s 3rd law of motion. If you force mass out the back of a rocket at high speed, you get an equal and opposite force on the rocket. This hasn’t been a mystery for over 400 years.

  • SpaceX n°1!!! 👌

  • China and Russia are probably crying right now.

  • Bizim ülkede elektirikli traktör yaptık

  • Good job space X!

  • All SHEEP walk in the direction they are told. Be a wolf & Walk to your own Path folks. You are the Chosen Ones but sheep will not be chosen. WWG1WGA 💨🍺💕 One LॐVE 💯 🙏 💚 👍

  • SPACE FORCE MED BEDS - www.bitchute.com/video/H1cp0t4OMwM1/ 'Q' & the 'White Hats' are in FULL CONTROL FOLKS. 1Love4ThePlanet - hrwiki.info/plane/video/o9iAqcPFp4CczaCBey Folks. THE BEST IS YET TO COME 'The Great Awakening' - www.bitchute.com/video/WoFD95pTAjRK/ God Speed - Ticking Bomb - www.bitchute.com/video/QZDXzwPUOCGI/

  • Stop playing. LOL

  • What about the rats that walk around your "spaceship"?

  • SpaceX leading humanity into the future!!! respect!

  • successes that have led to this moment which is now shared world wide.

  • Please, make a review of Pteria DAO platform. They are going to make presale in a while and I want to to ask what do you think . Are DAO systems good? What about NFT options?

    • prisoners were executed on demand by the doctors for their organs, sold to the highest bidder.”

  • Like watching old Japanese movies, where talking does not match what you see. Going to Mars and can't get video and speech matched realtime!!!!!

    • who undoubtedly has blood on his hands. “Prof. Jiahong is an expert in liver transplants from Beijing, and has been involved for over 20 years in liver transplants in hundreds

  • glad to see human being advanced on science together and not some political bull shit

    • А у нас батуты песни и пляски и неработающий космодром )) профи рагозин))

  • Every one in childhood has a dream to become an astronaut...

  • vehickle

  • Norminal 😂

  • Never ceases to amaze. Incredible.

  • Thanks for not including New Zealand on your world map, the less people know where we are the better.

  • I don't understand why they talk over the launch. Like wtf?!? Do you think it's not enough on it's own that you have to try to come up with some faux inspirational comment?

  • When he put both hands on one of those ninjas head. She had a look in her eyes saying " Hm that's sexual harassment! I won a big one this time by sue this monster called SpaceX." Well if she haven't done so already.

  • 未来

  • i need to file a protest..................I never saw them go thru TSA screening before flying!!!!!!

  • One important question...they were in there seats waiting for take off about 2 hours...with all the nerves and time, what happens when you need to urinate???

  • Ninjas look better than astronauts.

  • Musk the magic man does it again.

  • ) Earlier this month, a Beijing doctor was disinvited from the Israel-China Hi-Tech Investments Summit, following complaints about his suspected participation in forced organ harvesting from Chinese prisoners of conscience. Dong Jiahong, a well-known liver transplant specialist and professor at a leading medical school in Beijing, had been invited as part of a large delegation to be a guest of honor at the Israel-China Hi-Tech Investments Summit, a conference held for the seventh consecutive year at the Dan Carmel Hotel in Haifa. The three-day conference attracts hundreds of investors and decision-makers in Chinese corporations and government agencies with the objective of promoting cooperation between high-tech companies and hospitals in both countries. Dong is reportedly one of the top physicians involved in China’s thriving organ transplantation industry, in which prisoners of conscience are killed to supply organs for transplants. His name appears in a number of reports by David Matas, David Kilgour, and Ethan Gutmann, who have investigated these state-sanctioned crimes for 14 years. Dong’s name is also mentioned in other reports, such as that by the non-governmental organizations China Organ Harvest Research Center (COHRC) and Doctors Against Forced Organ Harvesting (DAFOH). Yaniv Nitzan, director of the Falun Dafa Information Center in Israel, took action upon hearing of Dong's visit. He said, “Conscientiously and morally, it is inconceivable for the State of Israel to host a criminal of this magnitude, whose crimes are on the scale of Nazi crimes. When I was informed of Dong’s visit, I immediately wrote a letter to Professor Jacob (Jay) Lavee, director of the Heart Transplantation Unit at the Sheba Medical Center.” In 2008, Professor Lavee helped facilitate a law that forbids Israeli insurance companies and health maintenance organizations (HMOs) to fund organ transplants in China. “This is an expression of a moral stand, and the State of Israel was the first to enact such a law,” said Nitzan. Yaniv Nitzan, Director of the Falun Dafa Information Center in Israel Once Prof. Lavee learned of Dong’s arrival, he published the following post on his Facebook page: “I naively thought that I succeeded, through the Israeli Organ Transplants Law, to completely sever any connection between Israel and China in the field of organ transplantations. I was shocked this week to discover that the city of Haifa will host the Israel-China Hi-Tech Investments Summit at the end of the month, with the participation of Prof. Dong Jiahong, who undoubtedly has blood on his hands. “Prof. Jiahong is an expert in liver transplants from Beijing, and has been involved for over 20 years in liver transplants in hundreds of patients. The livers were taken from death row prisoners and prisoners of conscientious, including Falun Gong practitioners, Uighurs, Tibetans and House Christians. These prisoners were executed on demand by the doctors for their organs, sold to the highest bidder.”

  • Маск Нормальный такой батут рогозу за щеку всунул... Но он наверное не чувствует, этому предателю пох, чего только за щеками уж нет... Грустно((( а Маск и команда красавцы👍

  • А у нас батуты песни и пляски и неработающий космодром )) профи рагозин))

  • The live video is 1 second later then the sound... please synk. the taking video with the sound.

  • Disaster strikes when Elon Musk realizes that he forgot to include rest room facilities for this astronauts. The shit has just anti-gravitized itself into the fan!

  • Those welly boots 🤣🤣🤣

  • I have an idea about cheap space transportation for raw materials. We can use a solar Zeppelin (20.000 meters/aprox. 14 miles altitude) with an Electromagnetic Railgun (US military) which brings an instant speed of 5600 mph. At 14 miles altitude you have a much smaller wind/athmosphere friction and the missile can be even more aerodynamic than the Falcon. It can be much thinner and longer. (Like a toothpick). Inside the missile can be stored different metals or raw materials or different objects that can resist at such a big speed acceleration. (Things that can't be printed on the space base). Now there's a problem, you have to launch it with the right speed and to catch it. It's a baseball problem that americans will love to solve it. What do you think about it. Just solar energy to launch the materials, perfectly clean.

  • Godspeed!!!

  • what are those particles seen during engine separation? those don't pose any threat, traveling at those speeds?

  • No parole.

  • There’s people starving all around the world at this very minute in time. You think going to space is going to solve this???

    • More land to farm on the moon and mars

  • The world is flat water sits flat..game over..nasa lies.. millions now know..stop this cgi rubbish..

  • Give them EVA suits, the Space X suits are dumb.

  • Mars just a launch away from SpaceX , job well done spaceX i hope my kids stay on mars itself

  • Last year was the 50 years from the first luna landing, what a difference 50 years can have on technology, touch screen against buttons and switches, this has started me to keep up with space and nasa, Mars he we come!!!!!!,

  • This is goin to be riddled with numerology love a good laugh !!

  • @52:34 reminds me of the penguins of madagascar haha “Smile and wave boys, smile and wave 👋 “

  • Американцы молодцы

  • American public paying for this circus. Look GenZs, this is inflating our economy and only serves to distract you from the real problems--covid and unemployment. You are being fooled by SpaceX, wall street, and govt. Wake up!!!

  • Wow, they've come so far since the 1960s-- not. What a waste of resources to promote and sell cars that also waste as much energy as gas ones. Mars? Lol.Another tech bubble heating up.

  • big internally

  • Ну наконец то американцы научились сами летать на орбиту! Нашим меньше забот. Well, finally, the Americans have learned to fly into orbit themselves! Ours is less worried.

  • Wow!

  • The vacuum must be on low these days???

  • so they want us to stop driving but this is fine? smd

    • I too like being stuck in traffic for 2 hours

  • We used to write stories of dragons. Now we ride on their wings.

  • Two and a half hours sitting on the launch pad. "Err, I gotta poop"

  • 3:55:20 Weak arms are heavy

    • I hope the rocket ship blows up in the next flight (FBI and rcmp if it does I didn't do shit)

  • Whats with the ninjas in the elevator ?

    • Sorry for skipping around but I came here to listen to the launch!

  • Volume toooo low. Does anyone bother to test their videos any more ?? I guess if you don't, the videos don't blow up and kill people.

    • The volume is kind of loud. Maybe get your ears checked?

  • Gotta watch out for those loogies that might be floating around in the air (laughs at plastic dividers outdoors).

  • Least scientific launch commentary ever, disgrace... 'launch america' all over the place - I mean wow, wtf is that... and that really inappropriate sentimentality nonsense right at launch... as we explore one for all....... holy christ what is wrong with these pr people... get a scientist or at least an academic to do the commentary, or at least to write the copy

    • elon musk and spacex for you

  • the blacked out rims look better on the tesla

  • Joli

  • Getting strapped in a few hours prior and then having to just sit there waiting and waiting, I would be going nuts. I don't remember anyone having to go through all of this when I saw Star Wars. Sorry kid but Alderon is going to have to wait because Chewy and I have a preflight checklist that we need to get the Millenium Falcon through...

  • 101:45 play Starman alongside the Teslas is driving to the launch pad

  • Do they have a fan site or fan Facebook site. SpaceX has been the heaven of the hell of 2020. I cried when they launched. This has been a God send to me!!!

  • Mars❤❤

  • just everything about this is futuristic. knowing someday, will all travel to space, to the moon and mars and beyond.

  • SpaceX should have animators and draftspeople tasked to add to the assortment of simulated expanded views? As for an example, where on the rocket are the cameras?

  • A million people have to lived on the moon this isn't enough.

  • Sorry for skipping around but I came here to listen to the launch!

    • Imagine the second stage a landing craft with five/six/eight legs folded inward around the central airlock until, or after, decent ...

    • How should the World look forward to the new 2020 definition of vehicle!?

    • When the Crew-1 Dragon returns, who's coming with it?

    • Is there a historical animation of the ISS, the Earth, and Crew-1 Dragon at launch?

    • Is there a surround-sound version!?

  • I hope the rocket ship blows up in the next flight (FBI and rcmp if it does I didn't do shit)

  • Way to go Spacex and Elon. You guys deserve the credit, not NASA, not Trump, not any politicians.

  • Рогозин: 🗿..пойду.. спою что нибудь..

  • Can I go to?

  • Why no interior crew shots during the launch?

  • Any sus

  • Так а чего не показывают расплющеннные от перегрузки ебальники астронавтов во время запуска? Чего стесняться-то?

  • Lemme borrow one of them rockets. I want it for my science mission I promise Ill carry it back.

  • Glad to have witnessed history in the making

  • I love how they are not using miles or feet. It was time for the US joining the rest of the world. :)

    • @Keith ``Standards for the exact length of an inch have varied in the past, but since the adoption of the international yard during the 1950s and 1960s, it has been based on the metric system and defined as exactly 25.4 mm.`` and u say metric is stupid? use your -foothead- and think before u speak. (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inch#:~:text=Standards%20for%20the%20exact%20length,defined%20as%20exactly%2025.4%20mm.)

    • @Keith lol remember that time nasa crashed a mars probe because of a conversion error between metric and imperial and they switched to metric since then? ...yeah I might also add that the USA is actually technically using the metric system, an inch is defined as 2.1 something cm in the law

    • True

    • And no football fields LOL..

    • No thanks we don’t use your stupid metric system because it’s stupid

  • How does this get less views that random tiktoks....

  • Awesome.

  • Rocet

  • reach base far speed -steel gravity emotions open space-time reaction out of any silence tight driven basa crew out beyond uniquely with ideas lastly being earth planet :

  • Nobody commented how so Empire they look? I am missing the blasters, though.

  • The crew was already secretly vaccinated..

  • Yea guys, i am commenting here in order to remain part of the history. See ya in 2060!

  • whipped-up hype ...... .......going nowhere ! 'Moon Landing Hoax- NASA Scientist Admits We CANNOT Go Through Van Allen Belts!' hrwiki.info/plane/video/gLGGksW1mHJorn4 'Could Solar Storms Destroy Civilization? Solar Flares & Coronal Mass Ejections' HRwiki hrwiki.info/plane/video/o6qBuLWse4Np1KA HRwiki hrwiki.info/plane/video/rtWiyq3Wan1-lXI 'NASA admits no man on moon yet - or does it?' op HRwiki hrwiki.info/plane/video/iK2AqKyThWaMy4I 'NASA: "We Destroyed The Technology To Go To The Moon" [mirror]' op HRwiki hrwiki.info/plane/video/fsytnKrSem-smKA what a joke bonus: '5 Reasons Going To Mars is a TERRIBLE Idea | Answers With Joe' op HRwiki hrwiki.info/plane/video/ebWKlsStm3CB1KQ

    • LOL You can go through the Van Allen Belt just as you can go to Chernobyl. Speed is key.

  • If we humans keep this up we will evolve like the Robinson family’s ship the Jupiter 1 from lost in space (1998).

  • Do we ALWAYS have to hear the cheesy catch phrase every time a rocket clears the tower?

  • Lots of honour and love to these man doing sth good for humanity...❤️

  • The space suits have to be the most ridiculous looking ones ever. It looks like they are wearing wellies. Very sad. 😢

  • Wonderful broadcasting. What a great panel all around! 👏🏼🚀

  • Spacex and Elon, standing ovation.

  • 🐲🐲🐲🐉🐉🐉

  • Why do we need to spend billions at NASA