Watch SpaceX launch Starship SN9! 

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00:00 - Intro
02:54 - Prelaunch Preview
07:04 - Waiting // Q&A
01:40:28 - Pad Cleared // More Waiting
03:19:32 - Ground Tank Clouds
04:14:40 - T-Minus 10 Minutes
04:23:40 - T-Minus 1 Minute
04:24:40 - Liftoff!
04:29:00 - Apogee // Belly Flop
04:31:00 - Landing Burn // RUD
04:32:22 - Damage Assessment
04:55:40 - Replays
05:42:54 - Outro
SpaceX will be conducting a 10 km test flight of their SN9 prototype vehicle. This flight will be a repeat of the largely successful SN8 test flight, with some possible minor flight profile changes.
SN9 will lift off from Boca Chica, Texas under the power of its three Raptor engines. The Raptor engines will shut off one by one during ascent to decrease loads and acceleration on the vehicle. At apogee, the single Raptor engine still burning will initiate the vertical-to-horizontal flip before shutting off. SN9 will make use of its body flaps to keep it stable during descent. Prior to landing, SN9 will ignite two of its Raptor engines to reorientate itself back into a vertical position and perform a propulsive landing.
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Venomspike 3306
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Everyone: "sn9 is gonna land!" Sn9: "I'm bouta end these guys' careers..."
OspreyGT Pirms 10 dienām
Rip sn9
RM Space - KSP
RM Space - KSP Pirms 14 dienām
sn9: dies sn10: lands then dies sn11: dies in fog sn15: sh-
C Dubs
C Dubs Pirms 16 dienām
Where was Tim broadcasting from?
Ian Tam
Ian Tam Pirms 16 dienām
SN8, explodes SN9: intensifies. SN9:explode SN10: sweating SN10: blows up SN11: what will happen to me?
Ethan Merryweather
Ethan Merryweather Pirms 25 dienām
sn9: explodes sn10: that was cute
Mike Anderson
Mike Anderson Pirms Mēneša
Watch the video at .25 speed on the LVlocal Player at the 4h 30m mark for a great look at Tim's reactions of the landing. LOL!
Ezra Starkey
Ezra Starkey Pirms Mēneša
Even though SN9 appears to be worse than 8. Think of it this way. We know that immense progress is being made because throughout the 3 high altitude tests we've seen so far. We know that each problem that arises is less serious that the vehicle before it.
Sudhakar S
Sudhakar S Pirms Mēneša
What is so special about this other than it's owned by Musk? Didn't we have shuttles that can land like an airplane 40 years ago? Or is it just it's cheaper with technology that is 40 year more advanced?
정유선 Pirms Mēneša
Mclaren Rising
Mclaren Rising Pirms Mēneša
SN10 did take notes then!
Petra Imhof
Petra Imhof Pirms Mēneša
The rich thomas fascinatingly program because iris consequently reflect since a hilarious volleyball. watery, chilly knife
williada williams
williada williams Pirms Mēneša
stupid.....they will continue till they impact a neighborhood and kill thousands. This is not meant to be. Same on you sir for celebrating this catastrophe.
Dean Su
Dean Su Pirms Mēneša
Considering it would have to go in literally the wrong direction for like a whole minute without somebody realising it was doing that and blowing it up, I think they're pretty safe for now
William Courts
William Courts Pirms Mēneša
The many adult biophysically race because salad preferentially judge plus a torpid ferryboat. unable, obsolete house
My Pirms Mēneša
"YEAH! Yeah.. No NO NO NO NO"
Hunter Williams
Hunter Williams Pirms Mēneša
It exploded again
G Man
G Man Pirms Mēneša
*Flat earthers have left the chat*
Will you do an SN11 stream too?
Jimmie Dean
Jimmie Dean Pirms Mēneša
Rockets. It's like a model T club. Something to keep mental microbes busy.
mars Pirms Mēneša
SN10 just watching
Ready Luanch
Ready Luanch Pirms Mēneša
Alt Title: Waiting 4 hours for starship to move and watching it be blown up.
Margarita Buka
Margarita Buka Pirms Mēneša
What about rolling the Starship vertical aerodynamically - by fins, first. And then to start Raptors.
Kloko Loko
Kloko Loko Pirms Mēneša
Acceleration and horizontal moving would be to hight
Z-Man Overstreet
Z-Man Overstreet Pirms Mēneša
It would do what happened on the stream
Someone Else
Someone Else Pirms Mēneša
Why are human earth apes still using primitive chemical fuel rockets for space travel, instead of using proper interstellar starships that are powered by anti-matter engines?
Dean Su
Dean Su Pirms Mēneša
Something to do with the fact that we don't have enough antimatter to power a wet fart, or an engine that would hold the antimatter without blowing up.
Lmao. Pirms Mēneša
we haven't unlocked that yet sadly
Thomas Richardson
Thomas Richardson Pirms Mēneša
Hey guys, I run a separate channel that makes 3D animations. I'm looking for ideas to animate. Comment your ideas, and vote for them by liking them and when I'm done animating the top comment, ill post the link!! BET
Arron Capron
Arron Capron Pirms Mēneša
Sn10 is ready for launch in March maybe
Arron Capron
Arron Capron Pirms Mēneša
Sn9 was a big boom
Arron Capron
Arron Capron Pirms Mēneša
Good thing sn10 WASENT destroyed
Arron Capron
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Aurora Bugarin
Aurora Bugarin Pirms Mēneša
Starhopper lives to tell another tail!
Allan TV
Allan TV Pirms Mēneša
This where taxes go
Z-Man Overstreet
Z-Man Overstreet Pirms Mēneša
Cheaper than any rocket and it's a private company
Tuuminshz Pirms Mēneša
All of this is almost privately funded and it's quite cheap
CosmoNaut Onni
CosmoNaut Onni Pirms Mēneša
Flop n pop
MakeitCute Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
Tri-vent : T-11:54
MakeitCute Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
Upper Tank Vent: T-16 minutes aprox
MakeitCute Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
Skirt vent: T-17 minutes aprox
MakeitCute Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
Condenser: T-34 or T-36 minutes
MakeitCute Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
Supper Heavy Lift Launch Vehicle means 50T+ to LEO
Tom Jansen
Tom Jansen Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
WTF is so funny???????
Emperor KHAN
Emperor KHAN Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
This is the second time I'm watching this channel and seeing the launch of the SpaceX Starship SN9. (The first one was the launch of the Starship SN8). This dude, with the glasses is so unprofessional that i can't even put into words how he is ruining the total experience of watching the launch/es. (This is the second time i mentioning this). I get the excitement the guy is having. Because I am a space nerd as well. Though he does not look a child, but he sure do behave like one. Too bad, i did enjoy the launch and everything except his mouth running CONSTANTLY. Couldn't decide to either mute the launch completely or not? Because if i would have muted, i would've missed the experience of the sound the rocket has to give out. Too bad, don't think I am going to give it another try for launch of the S10. Going to watch it from a another LVlocal channel. (Sorry guys, less money for your channel/pockets). And that this dude thinks he is going to Mars, he is not. Future man kind is, and the Elites. But not him! (That's only a wishful thinking). Or maybe he means mankind, who knows? Personal message to this dude: "You are not going to Mars. Elon does do not want yappie children on board". Only mature candidates are going to pass the test. Get this guy to shut the "F" up, or i will decide to watch the next launch on another YT channel. Or wait... He might be a virgin? That would explain the yappyness. (And even if he paid someone to take his virginity, that would not count as not being a virgin anymore). Last but not least... At 4:40 this guy is explaining like we are stupid and blind, and can't figure out for our self's what we just saw and is happening or has happened. This guy is projecting him self more and more how stupid he really is. (Definitely a virgin). ;o)
Dean Su
Dean Su Pirms Mēneša
I pray you never have kids of your own, if you look down on "childish behaviour".
Max Marbury
Max Marbury Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
Well someone's getting fired...
Gonçalo Pereira
Gonçalo Pereira Pirms Mēneša
Literally no one gets fired, there are prototypes
Fink Pirms Mēneša
Pretty sure no one gets fired
Gavin Carnivale
Gavin Carnivale Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
sn10 is scared for life now
nighslant Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
Bravo this guy waiting on sounds.
gth042 Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
Tim. Duuud. 2M views and 900k subz. CONGRATULATIONS!
Claude Nelson
Claude Nelson Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
How about a structural core fuel tank; two core proportional cylinders running the length of the ship, functioning as two structural ‘syringes’ injecting LOX and methane towards the engines?
Dean Su
Dean Su Pirms Mēneša
Too heavy
Emmett Reis
Emmett Reis Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
Tim can you do I lost my mind watching the launch of SN9! instead of I lost my mind watching the launch of SN8 please?
Peter Kimemiah
Peter Kimemiah Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
EDA - can you explain what is the difference between a falcon9 landing and a starship landing and why it is such a challenge? Ifs landing vertical the best option and what are the alternatives?
Everyday Astronaut
Everyday Astronaut Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
Watch the “complete guide to Starship” and it should answer everything! I’m also working on a video specifically about the belly flop, should be done this week!
Mtume 505
Mtume 505 Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
Voll der Nerd...
Fink Pirms Mēneša
Richtig so
Rocket Science
Rocket Science Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
Tim called it, he should have said, “YES, it gonna crash.” 4:31:04. RIP SN9, hopefully we can see a much more sucessful flight with SN10.
Rat 1
Rat 1 Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
What do you think of the rocket launch site being built in the shetland isle?
Pasque Ocwe
Pasque Ocwe Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
Blessings PEACE
even idk
even idk Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
4:31:05 "YES! Oh god Oh god!" true words have never been spoken before
Kenneth James
Kenneth James Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
Yo Tim... Can you hit up Elon and ask him to make one more tweet on dogecoin. Daddy needs a new Tesla over here
Kloko Loko
Kloko Loko Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
4 things that I do not like about header tanks, especially Oxygen header tank. 1) LOX header tank too far from engines. You have 50 meters line than need to transport 500kg/sec oxygen per 1 raptor engine, imagine 3 raptors firing. 2) Pressure from LOX header tank is almost twice at engines depending on rocket position. In rocket horizontal position you do not have height difference from header tank, so pressure at engine is same as pressure in that tank, 6 bars, BUT when rocked change position from horizontal to vertical (during landing manoevre ) in vertical position you have oxygen now 50m higher than engines, so since specific weight of LOX is almost the same as water you have hydrostatic pressure difference of 50 m (like big water tower) that have 5bars extra on that 6 bars from pressure in the header tank. So now in horizontal rocket position you have 6 bars and in vertical you have 6+5=11 bars at the engine. 3) Pressure drop speed of small tank is much faster than big tank when you emptying that tank. 4) Oxygen header tank is much stronger heated because it's outer shell is at 100+ m/s wind speed and LCH4 is inside protected from wind. Two different condition for header tanks. Personally I do not like design of LCH4 header tank. What I know, only reason why Elon used header tank in the nose is because of rocket favorable balance. Also some guy below me mentioned that fast manoevre from horizontal to vertical can destroy high speed rotating fuel pump because gyroscopic effect. I would like to hear what Elon think on all about this. We do not know about a lot of thinks in rocket design and control ability , and I hope so that he counted on all variables that can came from this above mentioned.
Dean Su
Dean Su Pirms Mēneša
The added pressure is a GOOD thing, it means the pumps will operate more efficiently. Also, the pressure drop of the small tank being faster is known, and can be accounted for. You're probably right about the LOX tank having faster boiloff due to increased heating, but I'm not sure it really matters in the few minutes that LOX spends in there.
NouZent Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
Hi, somebody have any info how belly flop can be safe? if is no video about it wish Tim will carry this topic somehow.
NouZent Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
​@Everyday Astronaut Hi Tim, I'm have also one more question, about ISS single module cost without launch prices, like i read that future single lunar module will cost billions of dollars. It's very expensive, Like if someone want to build a mini hotel by shipping it with starship, he will need also billions of dollar actually to build the mini hotel ( in comparison with the earth size hotel). So, is there a way to reduce the cost of space construction? maybe by using heavier materials because of low launch cost? If hard to answer this question will be great to see video about it in the future. Personally thought orbital hotels is very important for the space industry.
Everyday Astronaut
Everyday Astronaut Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
It’s literally the video I’m working on as we speak!
Tony Quichocho
Tony Quichocho Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
@TimDodd, Being as popular as you are among very clever people, I'm guessing someone may have already suggested this. In case no one has... Would you suggest in a tweet to Elon (since Twitter closed my account for me) a new aerodynamic surface for Starship, please? Her aero surfaces are definitely NOT wings, nor are they flaps, they deserve their own name... "FLOPS."
john halamka
john halamka Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
see if a raptor will relight in front of a fan
john halamka
john halamka Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
see if a raptor will relight in front of a fan
Hernan Posnansky
Hernan Posnansky Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
Did the Raptor engines pass a vibration test, based on the vibration spectrum of the measured environment of the previous flights, especially SN8 ?
Semyon Sychev
Semyon Sychev Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
Why did SpaceX Starship SN9 Explode? There is a version of what happened: In the Raptor engine, there is a fuel pump not coaxially located with the combustion chamber. Its rotor (shaft, gas turbines, screw centrifugal impellers) rotates at speeds of tens of thousands of revolutions per minute, weighs several tens of kilograms, and even hangs on hydrostatic bearings. It can be seen how the starship began to unfold, the engine begins to try to enter the operating mode. Something had already been torn off and thrown out of the engine compartment. The automatics decides to swing the motor to absorb some torque. It is at this moment that the engine fuel pump explodes, it immediately "dies". What could have happened? Yes, the same force from the gyroscopic effect, which at such speeds of rotation and rolling could reach tens or even hundreds of kilonewtons. Because the rotor weighs on a hydrostatic subscriber, it can "fidget" a little in it. Well, he touched the wall. A huge blank, in liquid methane, touches the wall at speeds of hundreds of meters per second. The fuel pump instantly explodes and flies out of the starship.
Kloko Loko
Kloko Loko Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
@Semyon Sychev "But as far as I know, the axles of the turbo pumps are vertical, and there is only one way to fix this, by redesigning the engine by turning the turbo pump 90 degrees." I like this very much, rotation of the rocket axis should be same as shaft rotation axis = no gyroscopic effect. 👍
Kloko Loko
Kloko Loko Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
@Semyon Sychev Also from your suggestion firing first engine during whole flip should destroy first engine but we do not see that. We see first engine firing, than second try to fire but it can't and then first engine work until RUD.
Kloko Loko
Kloko Loko Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
@Semyon Sychev Problem is different ( non linear) pressure fluctuation between LOX and LCH4 header tanks during whole flip manoevre and engine firing from 1 to 2 and even 3 what Elon suggest now. I do not know if this is the case. Why? Because I do not know is it just enough to have more than 6 bars at engines from both tanks no matter how difference it is or should pressure of both be equal and precisely controlled before 300 bar pressure pump. What is interesting is that engines work without problems almost 5 min and than in those 10 seconds they fail. I have huge doubts that they fail in those 10 second because engine malfunction ( but it can be your suggestion from gyroscopic effect) but because they need precise mix of propellant and oxidizer. Too much oxygen and you burn the engine.. What I think that is, is that we see in both times (SN8 and 9) is that 1 engine starts but when second try to start even first one now have change color of the flame ( LOX LCH4 mix fluctuation). You see that second firing of engine affect first one. IMHO this is clear propellant pressure problems from header tanks.
Semyon Sychev
Semyon Sychev Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
@Kloko Loko I don't think the pressure drop from 6 to 11 bar is that big of a problem considering that the pressure in the engine itself is 300 bar. I'm not sure. If the version about the gyroscopic effect is correct, then if the axes of the turbo pumps in the Raptor engine were horizontal, then it would be easy to solve the problem, it would be enough to turn the engine so that the axes of the turbo pumps coincide with the pitch axis of the starship, then the gyroscopic effect will not affect in any way when belly flop maneuver. But as far as I know, the axles of the turbo pumps are vertical, and there is only one way to fix this, by redesigning the engine by turning the turbo pump 90 degrees.
Kloko Loko
Kloko Loko Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
This is true, I do not know why they use so fast gimbal mechanism. Maybe they have to design raptor with just nozzle gimbal. Also I have one other problem and it's related to oxygen header tank. Tank is in nose and pressure in tank I think is same as main tanks, 6 bars. In rocket horizontal position ( belly free fall) hidrostatic pressure is about 6 bars but when rocket change horizontal position (for landing maneuver) suddenly you have 50 meters tank height from engines, this is about 5 bars extra on 6bars so 11 barst at engine. This is difference between horizontal and vertical rocket position. Also 50 meters line IMHO is very long and pressure fluctuation between 1 engine and 2 engines or what Elon now suggest that they need to fire 3 engines on landing is significant (every engine need about 500kg/sec LOX and about 400kg/sec LCH4). So you see you need 1500kg/sec to push trough 50 meter line for 3 engines of Oxygen. Also third thing is that header methane tank (LCH4) is inside and LOX header tank is outside heating on strong wind. 2 different conditions. Yes, methane header tank have also pressure difference from horizontal and vertical rocket position but it's much lower at 15 meters, not 50m like LOX header tank. What do you think about all this? Great comment about gyroscopic effect !
karel luchmansky
karel luchmansky Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
Starship flipped very close to the ground. See at Falcon 9 booster landing, it Flipped when still high on the atmosphere. So it has much time to stabilize.
Larry Small
Larry Small Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
Wow this video is almost 6 hours long no way can I watch this but I did make it to 2 minutes
Der Eidgenosse
Der Eidgenosse Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
Rudi van Doornegat
Rudi van Doornegat Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
Why does SpaceX pulls up the Starship for landing, at the last second?
Russian View
Russian View Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
why can't muscus just use a parachute
Kloko Loko
Kloko Loko Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
Starship have more than 120 tons on landing and crew dragon capsule have 12 tons
Salticus Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
Because Starship is way too heavy for a parachute.
Ben O'Sullivan Video
Ben O'Sullivan Video Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
Shouldn't that be "Everything Nominal" not Norminal ?
T.B. Creek
T.B. Creek Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
Why do they not relight all 3 engines ? If you need 2 to land and only relight 2, and 1 does not relight, then as we see you're toast. I am reminded of NASA's triple redundancy.
Sameer Singh
Sameer Singh Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
Why is the guy laughing after the crash?
The wrong bike
The wrong bike Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
The more I look at the re-light, the more it looks red to me. Red = rich mixture or oxygen weak. The opposite of SN8.
Whiteness Envy
Whiteness Envy Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
Spacex should use flux pinning to stop Starship in bellyflop above an electrically charged pad. The cold belly from sloshed liquid oxygen/methane on ceramic heat shield tiles can create a superconductor quantum locking situation that cushions, slows, and stops the rocket in mid air. Tim ask Elon if they have considered this. Just imagine seeing Starship (BFR) skydiving down to the pad, slowing, stopping, floating, and rotating like the actual BFG!
blue forest
blue forest Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
SN9 almost took out SN10!
blue forest
blue forest Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
Ya know, if they practiced with Estes model rockets, it would be a lot cheaper. Just saying...
American Citizen
American Citizen Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
I will save you five and a half hours -- it crashes at the end.
Wazzas101 Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
Love your streams... honestly the improvements they made for this attempt, went the wrong way. Good if they could put the sn10 on a gimble to pivot it top to side and back while testing the engines... I was really hoping to see it vertical well before firing the main engines
Trif 55
Trif 55 Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
A wise man once said, one must waste many rockets to make reusable rockets
Glenn thisfieldisblank
Glenn thisfieldisblank Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
Not actually a starship because it isn't headed to the stars. It's an Earth ship.
Iain Paterson
Iain Paterson Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
Is there/Or a chance of doing a video with wide angle lens that gives a perspective of the entire jump? Everyone is doing close ups, but unless you are there, no-one can understand the scale.
Burt Curtis
Burt Curtis Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
Remember, The Falcon 9 landed on its 5th try!
Francis Schweitzer
Francis Schweitzer Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
BIG PROPS TO TIM. The below paragraph is cut/paste from Futurism “Responding to SpaceX enthusiast Tim Dodd, better known as Everyday Astronaut, on Twitter, Musk acknowledged what went wrong. “It was foolish of us not to start three engines and immediately shut down one, as two are needed to land,” Musk replied.”
Mark Jennings
Mark Jennings Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
No thrusters operated on mid and upper fuselage to assist in correcting over rotation?
Mark Jennings
Mark Jennings Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
apparently a few fragments have achieved orbit following the explosion!!
Mark Jennings
Mark Jennings Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
Even the crash is fxxking awesome.
mikiex Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
Personally if I was in one of those I would opt for parachutes
Salticus Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
The Starship is too heavy for parachutes.
jeffrey spinner
jeffrey spinner Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
I was wondering what you're gonna do now on your channel given the US gov't just shut down Musk's ability to launch? @t​ "Elections" have consequences. T-minus 60 days and counting.
Дмитрий Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
Батуты в помощь.
Дмитрий Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
Страшная какая.
Nival Sova
Nival Sova Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
4:31:35 and the celebration because of the sonic boom means... ¿? 🤷🏻‍♂️
Nival Sova
Nival Sova Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
4:31:08 and the claps are because of... ¿? 🤷🏻‍♂️
Thomas Belmont
Thomas Belmont Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
No one seems to be asking why it over-rotated so far past vertical. SN8 had an engine failure but still landed vertically.
Fink Pirms Mēneša
Because there wasn’t a failure in the sn8 engines, they worked great for the Flip and only had not enough pressure while slowing down, sn9 had one engine not working completely and couldn’t go completely vertical anymore
cloudinthewind Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
Sorry if I missed this discussed earlier, in other posts, or videos, or on the web, but I have been curious seeing these tests about G-Forces. SpaceX is conducting these suicide burns with very close tolerances in their test environments which is all well and good for exploring the envelope. Could a crew stay conscious during such a landing flip?
Peter Lyall
Peter Lyall Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
Today I tried to do an reenactment test flight of SN9 in KSP but sadly I completely failed. Because It landed it on it's landing legs and it did not blow up on me. Pete from Australia 🇭🇲
Aorus Mini-ITX RiG
Aorus Mini-ITX RiG Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
God must be laughing hard and have fun... (in good way)
My Mind
My Mind Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
J6F05 CHEUNG Hei-yeung Andy
J6F05 CHEUNG Hei-yeung Andy Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
If SN10 failed the landing... or not landing in one piece, maybe spaceX would consider making “how not to land a suborbital class starship”
Fabio Ferreira Gomes
Fabio Ferreira Gomes Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
Espetacular. ........Incrível
Aksh x
Aksh x Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
04:31:05 *Tim:* YES!!! Oh God Oh God NO! NO! Ahahahaha
Sumirin Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
I can't wait for the 'How Not To Land a Starship' compilation!
Jocularjohn Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
technically it did land just not in one piece
Atul Saini
Atul Saini Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
Failures are stepping stones to success ✌✌🤘
horaincertia Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
Wow u guys freaking calculated then acent velocity🤣
leokimvideo Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
This one was doomed from the incident in the hanger. Maybe this idea of belly flopping rockets is doomed.
TimePro Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
@leokimvideo Why are you named after another youtuber? Plus the landing flip was not the issue. It was the engines both times. SN8 low fuel pressure, and SN9 engine failed to re-ignite correctly.
leokimvideo Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
@The Best Yep, good reason to stop developing the belly flop method.
The Best
The Best Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
Both failures would have failed to land using the bellyflop or not
Eduardo Rodriguez Vazquez
Eduardo Rodriguez Vazquez Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
It's not really the bellyflop that caused this failure it was the raptor engines themselves so that's a problem that has to be Fixed prior to SN10 launch
Stevan Matejic
Stevan Matejic Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
No, and no
Rusty Shackleford
Rusty Shackleford Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
Congrats on the 2M+ views (as of today)!
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