SpaceX Crew Dragon vs Boeing Starliner Explained 

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The advantages and disadvantages of Crew Dragon and Starliner have been sparred over for many years. In this video, I hope to settle the up and downsides of each spacecraft, and hopefully let you all decide which one you'd want a seat on. Although, I'm beginning to think I know which one you will prefer already!
Dragon 2 is a class of reusable spacecraft developed and manufactured by U.S. aerospace manufacturer SpaceX, intended as the successor to the Dragon cargo spacecraft. The spacecraft launches atop a Falcon 9 Block 5 rocket and returns via ocean splashdown. When compared to Dragon, Crew Dragon has larger windows, new flight computers and avionics, redesigned solar arrays, and a modified outer mold line.
The spacecraft has two planned variants - Crew Dragon, a human-rated capsule capable of carrying up to seven astronauts, and Cargo Dragon, an updated replacement for the original Dragon. Crew Dragon is equipped with an integrated launch escape system in a set of four side-mounted thruster pods with two SuperDraco engines each.
The Boeing Starliner (CST-100 - Crew Space Transportation-100) is a crew capsule manufactured by Boeing as its participation in NASA's Commercial Crew Development (CCDev) program. Its primary purpose is to transport crew to the International Space Station (ISS) and to private space stations such as the proposed Bigelow Aerospace Commercial Space Station.
The capsule has a diameter of 4.56 m, which is slightly larger than the Apollo command module and smaller than the Orion capsule. The Boeing Starliner holds a crew of up to seven people and is being designed to be able to remain in-orbit for up to seven months with the reusability of up to ten missions. It is designed to be compatible with four launch vehicles: Atlas V, Delta IV, Falcon 9, and Vulcan.
Host & Producer: TJ Cooney TJ_Cooney
Writer and Researcher: Ishan Patil: _ishanspatil
Editor: Jenny Cho
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I Need More Space
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Mark Flatt
Mark Flatt Pirms 7 Mēnešiem
The trunk is a...well...trunk
Jeff K
Jeff K Pirms 8 Mēnešiem
Looks like China's new capsule uses an IDSS compatible docking system so it can also dock with the space station. So thats Boeing, Space X, Japan, Russia, and China that can dock with the space station. Not to shabby as far as having backups.
Fishmark Holmes
Fishmark Holmes Pirms 9 Mēnešiem
I Need More Space you don’t mention about cost?
RWBHere Pirms 9 Mēnešiem
In answer to your final question:The Space Shuttle, whilst undoubtedly an awesome achievement, and a major factor in the ISS being constructed, was also a huge white elephant, and its low recycle rates and enormous cost per launch caused it to be regarded as something of a joke by many people around the globe. That result was unfortunate, but quite understandable. NASA never did re-use the SRB's, after touting their potential for multiple use, and despite making big efforts to recover them after they had made parachute-controlled returns to the ocean. It would have cost much less to let them fall into the ocean without parachutes and sink into the depths forever. The Shuttle also cost the lives of 14 astronauts, in very public ways, ultimately because of lapses in quality control and being blind to the flaws which caused the two disasters, despite engineers trying to warn management about those faults in design/use. The Space Shuttle could have been made simpler, quicker to relaunch and for much lower cost. It has not yet been replaced with craft which can perform similar tasks, despite a lapse of almost 40 years since their first launches. That alone is a testament to their true potential and inherent capabilities.
Edison Christopher
Edison Christopher Pirms 9 Mēnešiem
@kosminus kosminus you 69
dudeperfectperfect11 Rblx
dudeperfectperfect11 Rblx Pirms 10 dienām
Bagus Sri Adji Pamekas
Bagus Sri Adji Pamekas Pirms 19 dienām
dragon has already won
Jan Terrell
Jan Terrell Pirms Mēneša
Did You Know That " The Great Red Dragon, Dragon, Draco " Is In The Holy Bible ? Yes, In Revelation 12, 13. Mayby More Places. It Names It As " The Devil". Check It Out, Then Read " Obadiah 4 " , In The Old Testament, The Holy Bible.
Mars Pirms 17 dienām
Also, just because something is called “Red” doesn’t mean it is demonic.
Mars Pirms 21 dienas
We would rather not be called devils.
Yamir Castillo
Yamir Castillo Pirms Mēneša
Por lo menos la traduccion en español que tambien tienes seguidores que no hablan ingles
Komal Ingreji
Komal Ingreji Pirms Mēneša
Who’s here after crew 1?
genesis space administration
Me not
RYAN D Pirms Mēneša
Did I hear he said Truck or Trunk.
Olivia Wu Tran
Olivia Wu Tran Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
During the time when Souz helped the US , it was subjected to increasing Sanctions,
Samuel M. Hodnett, II.
Samuel M. Hodnett, II. Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
SpaceX .. time want jump.. Todd.. Za to musk sit down... Xspace that Todd..
Samuel M. Hodnett, II.
Samuel M. Hodnett, II. Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
You like thunderbird.. musk please leave things gentle... be well..
Samuel M. Hodnett, II.
Samuel M. Hodnett, II. Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
346.89-386= secure that 🐉 ... I am clean.. called it red dragon.. USPC... Todd is in big trouble understand Musk
Samuel M. Hodnett, II.
Samuel M. Hodnett, II. Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
As you already knew .. 🐉 .... destiny is the 📞... know.. thats what you call the old World..... Blue.....Orion is red isn't it...Amethyst and Diamond.... just stepping through have a great day.. Thunderbird!!
007vsMagua Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
The "Service Module", burns up, on every flight? Do all those thousands of solar cells, tanks, and whatever just evaporate into the atmosphere? Those modules must be worth millions and millions. Come on man, the Starliner is so 20th century.
Madhulika Madhu
Madhulika Madhu Pirms 26 dienām
The service module(trunk) of dragon also burns up in atmosphere
junjie romero
junjie romero Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
This is pro Boeng ,hey you ! What Boeng achieve in space now ? Nothing right ?
Mars Pirms 21 dienas
Tribalism in Space Exploration is bad. I cheer on both SpaceX and Boeing.
Ron Rontall
Ron Rontall Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
What has SpaceX achieved? Crushed a dozen of rockets and sent astronauts to the space station two times. What a huge achievement. Hello from 1970s.
Super Fishee
Super Fishee Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
Lol crew 1
Seek3n Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
That is some laggy interface like my Mercedes benz center console
Florencio Vela
Florencio Vela Pirms 3 Mēnešiem
WWFYMN Pirms 3 Mēnešiem
imagine you are flying and you acsidentaly pressed *Update your crew dragon* and the rocket shut off
bimmer4011 Pirms 3 Mēnešiem
Boeing dusted off the old apollo designs and created a "space wagon" and called it new. 😳 SpaceX built a spaceship with actual technology from the new century. If China is listening, please copy the Boeing space wagon. It's cheap, and easily assembled by cheap labor too. 👍
Drone EEngineer
Drone EEngineer Pirms 3 Mēnešiem
Thank you for not destroying my ears with the dragon abort test
Cringe Channel
Cringe Channel Pirms 3 Mēnešiem
2:18 You scared me for a moment there... I though you were referring to the 737 MAX
Guff clan
Guff clan Pirms 3 Mēnešiem
Let's go dragon
Sam Dragovitch
Sam Dragovitch Pirms 3 Mēnešiem
Who’s here after spacex just launched 4 nasa astronauts to the iss for a full length mission (crew-1), while Boeing hasn’t done anything?
Brandon A Delgad
Brandon A Delgad Pirms 3 Mēnešiem
I come from the future. SpaceX won.
oio980 oio980
oio980 oio980 Pirms 3 Mēnešiem
You should also do a video where you also compare the Sierra Nevada Dream Chaser to the Starliner and and Crew Dragon
Ruben Delsman
Ruben Delsman Pirms 3 Mēnešiem
Can you tell me where you've got the dragon capsule 3d model from?
Gamer Pro47
Gamer Pro47 Pirms 3 Mēnešiem
Starlner is way better
Colin Maynard
Colin Maynard Pirms 3 Mēnešiem
Appears to be a software error in your naming there
kape kape
kape kape Pirms 3 Mēnešiem
lmfao do you live under a rock
Kevin Sturges
Kevin Sturges Pirms 3 Mēnešiem
Great video! Subscribed.
SierraSierraFoxtrot Pirms 4 Mēnešiem
In June NASA decided they will let SpaceX to reuse the crew dragon. The contract was modified to allow reuse as long as the vehicle is not a "flight leader" meaning the crews never fly on the most used vehicle. That further solodifies SpaceX's lead over Boeing, as they'll be making the most of the vehicles, while Being have to have a new heat shild and service module for each flight, while the Dragon only needs a new trunk.
6dig-S 61
6dig-S 61 Pirms 4 Mēnešiem
Imagine how thoroughly destroyed Boeing's reputation would be if there spacecraft was greenlit and failed resulting in both astronauts being killed.
Jay Jrvibe2
Jay Jrvibe2 Pirms 4 Mēnešiem
NASA needs to get out the way of Progress.
FingersPointingAtTheMoon Pirms 5 Mēnešiem
You left the meager cargo capacity of Starliner for 1/2 second - seemed pretty intentional. (edited for my thoughtless, superfluous comments - ;-) 163kg for Starliner vs 6000kg for Dragon - big difference that seemed like it might have been downplayed. Just wondering. Seriously no offense - I just was puzzled. I appreciate your videos and the great info.
Sizzling Steak
Sizzling Steak Pirms 5 Mēnešiem
Spacex is better with Boeing I would never trust boeing especially after there reputation with airplanes
Israel Duran
Israel Duran Pirms 5 Mēnešiem
u know that all of space x rockets are fake dude its all fake
Craig Meyer
Craig Meyer Pirms 5 Mēnešiem
Can a Dragon dock with another Dragon? With a Starliner? With an Orion? (I should know this but I don't.)
The Dawsons Memes
The Dawsons Memes Pirms 6 Mēnešiem
Wait for China to make them from cheap plastic, thin metal and weak fabric parachutes
MShrader211 Pirms 6 Mēnešiem
The Shuttles had a LOT of life left in them (not 1 even got to half the number of launches they were certified for!), and we'd finally learned SO MUCH about how to fly them the RIGHT way (and inspect and repair them in orbit, which was critical)... I think it was a travesty to stick them into museums when they did, with NOTHING viable to supersede them for decades following! I mean, these capsules are neat and all but they still don't compare to the capability of a Shuttle nor the capacity of a Shuttle to haul people and experiments and payloads into orbit.... the capsules are a big step-back any way you figure it. We would not have had the Hubble telescope if shuttles had not gone and caught it so it could be repaired and later maintained, nor the ISS for that matter! :-\
Lucifer Angelicus Demonicus
Lucifer Angelicus Demonicus Pirms 6 Mēnešiem
There's no comparing, SpaceX wins this by a long shot, their space suit and capsule are futuristic in design while Starliner is so dated.
Lostcreek 1
Lostcreek 1 Pirms 6 Mēnešiem
Starliner is still in development after last screw up!
FurbySlayer Pirms 6 Mēnešiem
amazing you using the nasa spin... its a great learning opportunity that the nasa preferred partner failed miserably because of how we let them slide past all the testing!
Chris;Coelho Pirms 6 Mēnešiem
At this point isnt Boeing just seem outdated? Space X can fly back its parts and land them while Boeing still does it the old school way and all those rocket parts are wasted.
Roger Wilson X
Roger Wilson X Pirms 6 Mēnešiem
Boeing is resting on there laurels, Boeing is a good example of how our Government wastes all of our monies, plus absolutely no passion in what they're doing, sad, just another inefficient government contractor...
Penguin Hillights
Penguin Hillights Pirms 7 Mēnešiem
SpaceX got the iss first but why is elon musk trying to get to mars is he a alien.......
Keep Looking Up
Keep Looking Up Pirms 7 Mēnešiem
SpaceX won 🚀
Frank Marburger
Frank Marburger Pirms 7 Mēnešiem
I'll come bowling did not have to make 13 parachute drops watch SpaceX to see did they work properly is that better I don't think so. That's why in the end I'm going bowling got their butt spanked shows they are the the best and what they do. Go Space X I see you at the top of the space force and that's the way it should be you have the best product for my tax dollars anyway. Does NASA get the 2 billion dollars back from Boeing because they didn't produce like SpaceX did I would think that bowling what old the taxpayers 2 billion dollars giving back to NASA for not fulfilling the contract and twice as much as SpaceX. What do you think I think it's crooked
SpaceX Demo
SpaceX Demo Pirms 7 Mēnešiem
SpaceX vs Boeing!!! I would still be Loyal to SpaceX❤️
James Rounding
James Rounding Pirms 7 Mēnešiem
I think when you look at the two companies you see a modern corporation that is agile and quick to fail compared to a old corporation. Bloated and wasteful. Just look at Boeing's command center compared to SpaceX. SpaceX has half the people controlling the same mission.
Kevin K
Kevin K Pirms 7 Mēnešiem
Really good job! Great clear speech and personality plus. Glad I subscribed.
Leon Allan Davis
Leon Allan Davis Pirms 7 Mēnešiem
Sucks to be Boeing right now. They were 100% sure they were going to beat SpaceX. They had it in the bag. Then they made rookie mistakes. Timer was fucked up. Com link was screwy. Damned near smashed the trunk into the capsule on separation. No end to end software proofing. NASA dinged them for 82 fixes. Most likely SpaceX will make three trips to the space station before Bloated Boeing finally gets there.
nirew zturg
nirew zturg Pirms 7 Mēnešiem
space x dragon already landed with symbolic american flag in it
solnegrolunaroja Pirms 7 Mēnešiem
Now we can count the russians out
Alvin Cloyd Pelias
Alvin Cloyd Pelias Pirms 7 Mēnešiem
well, no need to compare it is very obvious Space X leads the way meanwhile for Boeing?? better fix your B737Max, B777X and engine issues on your Trent 1000 for B787 Failiner and now the Stalliner... expect lots of failures if your company is managed by bean counters...
Mike Dials
Mike Dials Pirms 7 Mēnešiem
Isn't there a third contestant? Blue Origin?
howtobedope Pirms 7 Mēnešiem
And It came back down too 😂😂😂
James Rider
James Rider Pirms 7 Mēnešiem
Time to rename Starliner Max and ground it permanently LOL
Jan Pirms 7 Mēnešiem
Arun Pirms 7 Mēnešiem
Chael Sonnen: Now The question needs to be asked “Where does Blue Origin fit into all of these?” Only UFC dudes get this.
simhi free
simhi free Pirms 7 Mēnešiem
Perhaps you or a reader could, please, help me identify what I've been seeing every night for the past couple of months above North Carolina. Can these be seen from the ground, without a telescope? Which one has multicolored lights that can be controlled? Which one allows the astronaut to control movements -- up, down, left, right? Are any advanced enough to have the astronaut fly it to where landing is? Thank you.
cambobby2011 Pirms 7 Mēnešiem
Boeing is saying that... Bla bla... Starliner , 737 Max, ... Bla Bla Bla... $+$$++$$$+++$$$$++++$$$$$+++++$$$$$$++++++.. ... .... ......
Mike McMullin
Mike McMullin Pirms 7 Mēnešiem
Space-X has opted for linux as the OS of choice for the vehicle. Any idea what Boeing is going with?
UnityTek Pirms 7 Mēnešiem
The last bit of the video is just...
King jellyjam
King jellyjam Pirms 7 Mēnešiem
I don’t trust Boeing’s
Trunks Pirms 7 Mēnešiem
Bro even Boeing airplanes are dangerous lmao
King jellyjam
King jellyjam Pirms 7 Mēnešiem
I don’t think Elon musk cares about making a profit at this point he just wants to keep going and evolve
Edrick Lawrence Ong
Edrick Lawrence Ong Pirms 7 Mēnešiem
The problem with Boeing is that they've become bloated with bureaucracy, they haven't had any visionaries or any motivated leadership ever since their acquisition of McDonnell-Douglas. Instead of the visionaries leading the company towards a common goal like how Elon Musk is leading SpaceX to eventually get to Mars, Boeing is run by accountants whose only goal is to squeeze the government for as much funding as possible, as such, they've spread themselves thin by building their factories, basing their different departments, and utilizing too many suppliers in too many states and districts in order to appease legislators. And by spreading themselves out so much, they've had to hire too many mid-level managers that further complicate the processes meaning nothing ever gets done efficiently.
palindari Pirms 7 Mēnešiem
Boeing is thinking like a true "government contractor". This is where they could win a bid at a low price and then claim "unforeseen complications in design" to extend the due date and increase the budget. Since they are the only one's involved and the government is trapped this is a common practice. Does the government stop and lose progress starting all over or do they just acquiesce to the contractors demands for more time and money and eventually get what was contractually promised? It is usually the later, coming in years late and grossly over budget (eg: the F-35). Now that SpaceX has exposed that that kind of thinking was actually a long con, as they not only beat Boeing to the goal but with nearly half their allotted initial budget, Boeing can't go back and ask for more money - but they still may try - and definitely cannot ask for much more time. My hunch is that if this continues they may lose the the Artemis contract as well and it may go to SpaceX or another commercial entity.
Augusto Machete
Augusto Machete Pirms 7 Mēnešiem
Well, since it's obvious that Boeing has sold its cooperate soul to the greedy Wall Street disciples, it is, indeed, inspiriting to see a forward looking company like SpaceX enter the scene. A little competition may help Boeing get its head out of its ass.
HW2800 Pirms 7 Mēnešiem
It is to bad that NASA required parachutes instead of a rocket use landing! Back to the same old technology!
Saksham Singh
Saksham Singh Pirms 7 Mēnešiem
Bruh NASA sooo boorriingg. It would've been sooo cool to see a dragon propulsive landing
Odysseus Rex
Odysseus Rex Pirms 7 Mēnešiem
Most of this I knew. I did not know the orders of magnitude difference in the cargo capacity of the two spacecraft. 5600 kg, after crew, for Dragon (assuming the astronauts themselves weight in at 100 kg a piece) vs a grand total of 163 kg for Starliner. Man, that is nothing, and those astronauts better not be overweight. The difference in independent flight time is also interesting. With the ability to spend over two and a half times the time in independent flight, SpaceX is far more likely to be able to attract non space station related customers. There is just no question that the Dragon is much the superior spacecraft, unless, over time, some serious operational difficulties develop with it. To put one more weight on the scale in favor of Dragon, one thing you did not mention which I know is important to the astronauts, Dragon has a toilet aboard, Starliner does not.
Pietro Congiu
Pietro Congiu Pirms 7 Mēnešiem
If Nasa let Musk develop the self landing that would be real fiction
Pietro Congiu
Pietro Congiu Pirms 7 Mēnešiem
If Nasa let Musk develop the self landing that would be real fiction
Samuel Flores Sanchez
Samuel Flores Sanchez Pirms 7 Mēnešiem
Cool! Thanks!
Dave Pirms 7 Mēnešiem
Shuttle, massively expensive. you dont need a crew for cargo flights, nor a returnable vehicle for cargo delivery. the shuttle was silly in this regard. I dont understand why one capsule has both parachutes and an airbag system. why not simply a parachute. this is a life safety issue more complexity, more to go wrong. now you have to depend on both the heat shield ejecting and air bags deploying in addition to the chutes operating. more failure modes than a parachute only system..
Rod Anderson
Rod Anderson Pirms 7 Mēnešiem
I find it interesting that NASA told SpaceX it could NOT use repulsive landing for Crew Dragon and did not like several other innovative SpaceX ideas -- but SpaceX still easily kicked Boeing's butt in the "capture the flag" race. Because of NASA's refusal to let SpaceX use repulsive landing, SpaceX put it's full efforts into developing Starship ASAP -- which will make ALL OTHER ROCKETS worthless when it is operational -- including Boeing's and Blue Origin's. Screw with Elon's plans and watch what happens next. The same thing happened when Russia refused to sell Elon an outdated ICBM to put a greenhouse on Mars. So how did that work out for Russia's space program? 😁👍
Atlas Pirms 7 Mēnešiem
NASA saved SpaceX from bankruptcy. Also, this isn't about getting into space first, it's about having two ways of putting people in Space.
Christian Turner
Christian Turner Pirms 7 Mēnešiem
Am I the only one that’s not a huge fan of Boeing?😐
Paul Haynes
Paul Haynes Pirms 8 Mēnešiem
One minor point (although perhaps less minor if you're on the ISS) - as of now (July 2020), the Crew Dragon is still up there and has yet to come back down. So, technically, it's only completed half its mission and nothing is yet 'proven'. Naturally, I want it to succeed and Bob and Doug to be OK, but until it has got back safely, Space X can't be said to have achieved their mission, let alone beaten Boeing. And to those who will say, but they've already proven they can bring CD back safely, I ask how long was it docked to the ISS last time? Space is a harsh environment, the longer a craft is up there, the more things can go wrong. It will be a wonderful achievement when it does get back safely, and Elon can be justifyably proud of what Space X have done. But let's just wait until then before we trumpet Space X's 'victory' over Boeing. Space is hard, very hard.
C TheeZee
C TheeZee Pirms 8 Mēnešiem
Starliner = lol bs, ugly af, expensive, still bs Dragon = sef, beautiful, not bs, cheap.
Jasper Zanjani
Jasper Zanjani Pirms 8 Mēnešiem
hey do you know what your last name means in Persian?
Tristan Pirms 8 Mēnešiem
star liner vs crew dragon.... star liner is a decade or so behind
Jayce MacInnis
Jayce MacInnis Pirms 8 Mēnešiem
Who is here after the first integrated flight of the Crew Dragon
Robert Conley
Robert Conley Pirms 8 Mēnešiem
Elon Musk is a visionary who will propel humanity into the future.
Pleb Plays
Pleb Plays Pirms 8 Mēnešiem
SpaceX should reuse the Dragon 2 landing legs as landing Dampener
Kevz Pirms 8 Mēnešiem
Space x crew dragen
Sam S
Sam S Pirms 8 Mēnešiem
Does anyone see the irony here? Not only did Space X succeed over the older more experienced company, but they did it for less money. Space X has been around since 2002 working on their technology. Boeing? Since the start of the Space program back in the 1950s. Yet Space X worked through all the problems, with more advance technology in the cabin with touch screens controlling nearly everything, and reached the space station with astronauts this past month. Boeing now has to work through the problems leading to their failure, including the fact they never tested all the computer systems together (they did it separately) before the test fail last December. For those who don't know, Boeing found another software problem before re-entry of that flight and fixed it with a software update before it landed successfully. It failed so badly that Boeing now is going to do another unmanned test flight to show NASA their system does work - and NASA is not paying a cent. It won't be until 2021 that Boeing will have humans on their ship. More info here: www.theverge.com/2020/4/6/21211269/boeing-starliner-nasa-redo-test-launch-uncrewed-commercial-crew-space-station
Mesgg Daahbf
Mesgg Daahbf Pirms 8 Mēnešiem
Space x should go out of business and nasa stick to boeing the actual brand that thinks and is 99999999x better quality, seriously who would have screens that could shatter very easily and a adjustable screen that could move around easily Elon idiot should shove his gay ideas back up there
Mister Miracle
Mister Miracle Pirms 8 Mēnešiem
Back in 1970, we would have never thought that we would be developing splashdown capsules on rockets, to go to space in 2025. 50 years of misguided policy, missed opportunities, lack of vision, wasteful wars, and corruption, has put us in a worse condition that we were in 1970, when we had hardware/expertise to land on the moon, explore it for miles around, harness solar power, and bring hundreds of pounds of rocks back to earth (impossible to do now). After Apollo, we should have teamed-up with the USSR and aim for a permanent Moon base by 1980 and to Mars by 2000. We would have easily done it had we not wasted so much money on wars, billions of $$ for foreign countries constantly pick-pocketing us, and corruption. Having said that, I'll say something that might sound contradicting to the above. Mankind has no future in space. Living outside of Earth will kill us/drive us crazy. It is crushingly expensive to keep a few people there. And for what? We can't really go to the Moon or Mars to do anything practical fast enough, or to develop a viable home for 100 people, before mankind destroys our planet (which is coming real fast).
Vinicius Pirms 8 Mēnešiem
Incredibly instructive video! Thank you for sharing your knowle with us!
Hemachandran S
Hemachandran S Pirms 8 Mēnešiem
Thank you for the excellent overview. whether Crew Module DM-2 use Control Moment Gyroscope to make fine orientation control?
siamsurf Pirms 8 Mēnešiem
Your video ends too quickly... you need an outro, like 30 seconds or so, with some music, where you put up a few links to other videos you made, before the video ends completely and YT decided what to suggest. I know it's not a related channel, but check out LEMMiNO's videos, you'll see what I mean.
siamsurf Pirms 8 Mēnešiem
If the "Spaceliner" is built like the 787 "Dreamliner", it's a disaster in the making.
Arca İpekyün
Arca İpekyün Pirms 6 Mēnešiem
Wtf? Not that it is Starliner, but the Dreamliner is actually the 787 and both 777 and 787 are wonderful aircraft. You couldn’t have made more errors. Unless you mean “this is a plane you don’t build a space capsule like a plane”
siamsurf Pirms 8 Mēnešiem
Congrats on so many views. I like your presentation style, subbed. :)
ghislain comeau
ghislain comeau Pirms 8 Mēnešiem
Now that we have self landing rockets, they could strap on two falcon 9 rockets to a new shuttle for reusability
Kray1Dan Pirms 8 Mēnešiem
Damn,that sucks.Boeing should remove the MCAS
Jon Posadny
Jon Posadny Pirms 8 Mēnešiem
boeing still thinks autonomous operation is a good idea. Meanwhile the 737 is grounded STILL because of what?
America Pirms 9 Mēnešiem
Wait why not put together the parachute and the propulsion landing tech like pchute open then when its like good height then use the propulsion to land safely?. all im saying his why not use both at the same time for MARS mission on earth is fine cuz we got water but mars is full or rock and Both chute and propulsion is good. Chute open first then once it get to safe height use propulsion to land safely.
Radosław Mazurek
Radosław Mazurek Pirms 9 Mēnešiem
I miss shuttles? It was awsome. But I understand NASA's decision, it does not work.
Dominic Manriquez
Dominic Manriquez Pirms 9 Mēnešiem
the boeing is apparently less cost efficient as the dragon. praise elon lol
Marks Movies
Marks Movies Pirms 9 Mēnešiem
Do we know if the next attempt by Starliner will be maned or not ?
Marks Movies
Marks Movies Pirms 9 Mēnešiem
I think having multiple vehicles is a good idea, but man, Boeing needs to get their act together.
Officer ufo1
Officer ufo1 Pirms 9 Mēnešiem
Excellent video! Very interesting topic.
Neird Pirms 9 Mēnešiem
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