CRS-14 Mission

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    SpaceX is targeting Monday, April 2 for an instantaneous launch of its fourteenth Commercial Resupply Services mission (CRS-14) at 4:30 p.m. EDT, or 20:30 UTC, from Space Launch Complex 40 (SLC-40) at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida.
    An instantaneous backup launch opportunity is on Tuesday, April 3 at 4:08 p.m. EDT, or 20:08 UTC. Dragon will separate from Falcon 9’s second stage about 10 minutes after liftoff and attach to the space station on Wednesday, April 4.
    Both Falcon 9 and the Dragon spacecraft for the CRS-14 mission are flight-proven. Falcon 9’s first stage previously supported the CRS-12 mission in August 2017 and Dragon previously supported the CRS-8 mission in April 2016.
    SpaceX will not attempt to recover Falcon 9’s first stage after launch.
    Dragon will be filled with about 5,800 pounds of supplies, payloads and vehicle hardware, including critical materials to directly support science and research investigations that will occur onboard the orbiting laboratory.
    SpaceX CRS-14 is the fourteenth of up to 20 missions to the International Space Station that SpaceX will fly for NASA under the first CRS contract. In January 2016, NASA announced that SpaceX’s Falcon 9 launch vehicle and Dragon spacecraft were selected to resupply the space station through 2024 as part of a second Commercial Resupply Services contract award. Under the CRS contracts, SpaceX has restored an American capability to deliver and return significant amounts of cargo, including live plants and animals, to and from the orbiting laboratory. A variant of the Dragon spacecraft, called Crew Dragon, is being developed for U.S.- based crew transport to and from the space station.
    On Wednesday, April 4 International Space Station crew members will use the station’s 57.7-foot (17.6-meter) robotic arm to reach out and capture the Dragon spacecraft and attach it to the orbiting laboratory.
    Dragon will return to Earth with more than 3,900 pounds of cargo after an approximately one-month stay at the International Space Station. About five hours after Dragon leaves the space station, it will conduct its deorbit burn, which lasts up to 10 minutes. It takes about 30 minutes for Dragon to reenter the Earth’s atmosphere and splash down in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Baja California.
    For more information about the mission and payloads, visit www.nasa.gov/spacex.

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Lucas ElPacman
Lucas ElPacman

Necesito subtítulos en Español plis :'v

12 days ago
UFO GTA 2017 & Anomalies
UFO GTA 2017 & Anomalies

https://youtu.be/_ly1vzVHMsc

14 days ago
dat vip76
dat vip76

sub chéo cho tôi tới tôi sub chéo lại bạn

14 days ago
Joseph Brown
Joseph Brown

wake up the world at 23 minutes we show you a supposed rocket covered with what seems to me of the aluminum paper which file at more than 10 thousand kilometers and the paper creases hardly .. you will try you to leave your head by the window of your car at 100 klm hours ... from Holly Wood Cinema

17 days ago
Alex Siemers
Alex Siemers

1.) there's very little air resistance 100km up 2.) that aluminum is just the skin, and doesn't reflect the strength of the whole spacecraft

16 days ago
DrabVids | Road To 100 Subs Subscribe ☛
DrabVids | Road To 100 Subs Subscribe ☛

Nose cone Falling off back into space? Earth you mean? 😂I mean I guess it's not wrong buttttttt

18 days ago
Black Eye Pranks
Black Eye Pranks

23:30 Falling back to space ?!? lol

18 days ago
leokimvideo
leokimvideo

RIP stage one, you served us well.

28 days ago
Panagiotis Papadellis
Panagiotis Papadellis

what happens to the second stage after deployment?

29 days ago
Dony98™
Dony98™

Sorry for the comment but why on the channel there isn't the nasa tess video?

29 days ago
Christian Cazar
Christian Cazar

I'm just 30 and I've seen so much aerospacial tech progress, I cannot wait another 30 to have commercial vehicles for family that leave and return to earth like normal cars. :0

29 days ago
Jalen Watkins
Jalen Watkins

When are going to talk about nibiru

29 days ago
ace iimov
ace iimov

*Please enable comments for live stream*

29 days ago
Harman Bayles
Harman Bayles

What about the first stage? It landed?

Month ago
Jay Smith
Jay Smith

29:39 cubicles next...

Month ago
Jay Smith
Jay Smith

19:50 blast off

Month ago
Thomas
Thomas

UFOs AT 25:44 ! Just after that, camera switch, wierd no ? What do u think about it guys ?! 💪😎

Month ago
Phoeben Andress
Phoeben Andress

Here comes the flat earthers

Month ago
That1 Guy
That1 Guy

Video starts at 5:55

Month ago
Olegan
Olegan

вперёд Америка

Month ago
juan david reyes lopez
juan david reyes lopez

Where can i find the music of the beginning?

Month ago
Drenwickification
Drenwickification

why didn't they attempt to recover first stage? Is there a particular reason for this as it seems like a waste of money?

Month ago
Alex Siemers
Alex Siemers

So far, the landings have been more for testing and pushing the limits of what the F9 first stage can do. Starting May 4th, they'll be using what they call "Block 5" boosters, which are made with rapid recovery and turnaround time in mind. They ditch the older (Block 3/4) to get warehouse space for B5 boosters.

16 days ago
M G
M G

The film shows that eventually the engines are switched off in 208 km orbit at 27090 km/h (7,525 m/s). However, my calculations indicate that the first cosmic velocity for this altitude should be about 28 050 km / h (7.79 m / s). Can anyone explain to me why such a disagreement ?? The fact that the load was probably supposed to hit the ISS or 400km. Who will explain why the engines have been turned off at this speed? I apologize for the mistakes, I explain using Google Translator

Month ago
Yad .A
Yad .A

The camra shaking at lift-off gives you an idea of how powerful this thing is ;-;

Month ago
Степан Сидорович
Степан Сидорович

6:32 LC-39A? Kennedy Space Center??????

Month ago
Senior c56edfrq
Senior c56edfrq

In the next video use the Interstellar Theme song pls

Month ago
Wet Bob
Wet Bob

Will visit space if strike power ball lotto lottery over USD100 miln one day for life time wonderful experience indeed, cheers, bingo!

Month ago
John Garcia
John Garcia

to the engineers working on the E3 spacecraft for future exploration . the pentagram has something to do with it. for example a six inch pentagram in a 7 in circle to start. the pentagram get drawn , the last line doesn't connect, it start the next one. we'll sit still in the middle. check that out. clockwise. √ GOD √ you see that.

Month ago
ann onn
ann onn

Where is your evidence that that affects anything? If you can prove that it does something, great. If you cannot provide appropriate repeatable testing, it's useless.

Month ago
Baraka Hagatanga
Baraka Hagatanga

no landing no fun

Month ago
ann onn
ann onn

Watch the next launches in a few days, on April 16th and -April 24th- May 4th. (edited to reflect delay to launch date)

Month ago
Joy Nuñez
Joy Nuñez

Pense que acababa de pasar por una transmision en vivo

Month ago
Владимир Барановский
Владимир Барановский

On behalf of the Route20 company and from myself personally I congratulate Ilon Mask and his team on the International Day of Astronautics! I wish you to land to Mars in the planned terms! We will be happy to cooperate with you! Sincerely, Vladimir Baranovsky. +380990080025

Month ago
channell kita bersama
channell kita bersama

Ini game nya bagus

Month ago
Lynn Hofer
Lynn Hofer

i can get those avionics repaired...quick turn around, depending on issue...

Month ago
Luke Dawson
Luke Dawson

Wait, in the corner it said “Launch Complex 39A” but the guy had said SLC 40? I know it is SLC 40 bc of those lightning towers. Just sayin

Month ago
Fuat Salvatore
Fuat Salvatore

Dear Elon Musk. You should take a break from the rocket production. You should starting to produce a brain chip. Waiting already 40,5 million order from Turkey.

Month ago
Brandon Lukaszewski
Brandon Lukaszewski

This video is comedy.

Month ago
PUBG Mobile
PUBG Mobile

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZN8iWwYjyyk

Month ago
Chris Taylor
Chris Taylor

Was this dragon version 2?

Month ago
FutureMartian97
FutureMartian97

No.

Month ago
luis el pisho :v
luis el pisho :v

Nel alv de que es la pinshi misión :v

Month ago
JonJon RODRIGUEZ
JonJon RODRIGUEZ

I only want to see it break out the earth's atmosphere. Only to See how cool that would look

Month ago
JonJon RODRIGUEZ
JonJon RODRIGUEZ

@22:19 that's it

Month ago
PUBG Mobile
PUBG Mobile

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GoTFRMqm1yE&t=1s

Month ago
Kimi Räikkönen
Kimi Räikkönen

CRS is a good mission

Month ago
Chuck S
Chuck S

Question, does these rockets disturb/destroy any of the atmospheric layers? Since NASA only launched one every 6-8 months and Space X lunches much more frequently I was just wondering...

Month ago
FutureMartian97
FutureMartian97

NASA hasn't launched rockets since the shuttle. ULA does.

Month ago
Chuck S
Chuck S

Thank you for the response!

Month ago
How Does it Really Work
How Does it Really Work

The magnitude of disturbances in other launches was much smaller. With FORMOSAT the flight path through the ionosphere was more vertical, which was apparently responsible for the unusually strong shock waves. I do not think most people would have predicted that.

Month ago
Gooscar
Gooscar

Well I'm wrong as fuck. Never mind.

Month ago
How Does it Really Work
How Does it Really Work

All launches require environmental assessment before they are approved. The impact from even the giant and dirty burning (lots of chlorine!) solid fuel boosters of Space Shuttle were measured to be relatively minor. Kerosene or natural gas burning rockets would be even less problematic. (A large power plant burns a trainload of coal daily. The fuel even in the largest rocket is a small fraction of that.) It was recently observed that rocket launches can cause dramatic disturbances to the upper atmosphere. This can interfere with the GPS signals, and cause slightly reduced GPS accuracy over vast territory. The phenomenon had been observed during the recent FORMOSAT‐5 launch. (Google _"Gigantic Circular Shock Acoustic Waves in the Ionosphere Triggered by the Launch of FORMOSAT‐5 Satellite"_)

Month ago
Billy Ward
Billy Ward

CRS.. can’t remember shit lols

Month ago
Astro Runner
Astro Runner

Me encanta deleitarme como la gente es manipulada por la Ciencia, y llenarse de lleno de especulaciones generadas....INCREÍBLE !!

Month ago
Muhammad Rajib Hossain
Muhammad Rajib Hossain

Bangabandhu-1

Month ago
Muhammad Rajib Hossain
Muhammad Rajib Hossain

what is next work ...i need info 24 Apr 2018

Month ago
Karl Ament
Karl Ament

SHAKE,EM UP WAKE EM UP SHIP EM UP BABY NOW THAT IS DUCKY AND GOOSEY HERE IS A NICE LITTLE FROM WAY BACK THEN IT IS CALLED https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dQrUeui6DOM LOLOL GOOD SONG FOR THIS VIDEO THANKS

Month ago
Karl Ament
Karl Ament

COOL

Month ago
Ryan Hewett
Ryan Hewett

SpaceX gets to space "x."

Month ago
Alexander
Alexander

a

Month ago
WriteLantern
WriteLantern

This is like 100th on Trending and this Nygard chick is 5th. SpaceX should join and then leave Buzzfeed methinks.

Month ago
animaitor rr
animaitor rr

assinatura de brasileiro : *HUE*

Month ago
THAT NERF KID
THAT NERF KID

Cool

Month ago
Drakon
Drakon

488 flat earthers disliked the video.

Month ago
IZZY JONE$
IZZY JONE$

I love Space

Month ago
Mr Meeseeks
Mr Meeseeks

please make a suprise to us, go to moon or something in the next video

Month ago
Dylan Mooney
Dylan Mooney

question, was this a manned mission? or was the dragon just there to resupply the station?

Month ago
Kwike 721
Kwike 721

Elon Musk is a reptile. LOOK IT UP SHEEPLE THEY ARE PUTTING CHEMICALS IN THE AIR THAT MAKES ARE KIDS GAY! WHY DOES NO ONE BELIEVE ME

Month ago
Mr Hassu
Mr Hassu

what about spacex being space excavation.

Month ago
Marvis Hayden
Marvis Hayden

what are those 32:07 ???

Month ago
Marvis Hayden
Marvis Hayden

i thought they are space dust

Month ago
ann onn
ann onn

Getting rid of excess fuel. It's called "venting".

Month ago
Tim Suetens
Tim Suetens

Fuck NOAA!

Month ago
Merouane Benz
Merouane Benz

32:07 spaace x running at 70mph or what?

Month ago
ann onn
ann onn

What do you mean - because the fuel moves away slowly? There's almost no air resistance in space, so if you throw something out when you're doing 17,000mph, then that thing is also doing 17,000mph. It hardly moves, relative to you. It's the same as the weightlessness effects you see in the ISS, or if you drop something in a moving car - it doesn't shoot off backwards at 70mph.

Month ago
KiloOneThree
KiloOneThree

Why does NOAA restrict live feeds?

Month ago
ann onn
ann onn

You need a licence to broadcast from space. They didn't get it in time for the previous launch, but they got it before this one. So it's no longer a problem.

Month ago
妙先生
妙先生

人类的骄傲

Month ago
CeylinA
CeylinA

adamsınızzz

Month ago
Primo Mechatronics
Primo Mechatronics

want a free subscriber ? 1. Sub to me 2. like comment 3. comment done i make drone vids

Month ago
JM Productions
JM Productions

Remember SpaceX is its own company and unlike NASA, it doesn’t rely of funding from the government, which has been funding NASA less and less since the 70’s. SpaceX is also incredibly rich too.

Month ago
Gaurav Sharma
Gaurav Sharma

Wow another V2 like launch. Rudimentary technology!

Month ago
acarriere30
acarriere30

artificial gravity? WHAT!?

Month ago
ann onn
ann onn

Oh, OK, that. It's a centrifuge - it spins things around. It's for cell cultures (petri dishes). If you spin stuff around fast, you can 'simulate gravity'. Like in a fairground ride.

Month ago
acarriere30
acarriere30

its at 15:55

Month ago
ann onn
ann onn

What are you referring to? Where was artificial gravity mentioned?

Month ago
Syfire
Syfire

SpaceSex

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