BFR | Earth to Earth

  • Published on 8 months ago

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    Runtime: 1:58

    The BFR will be capable of taking people from any city to any other city on Earth in under one hour.

Mauricio Ojeda C.
Mauricio Ojeda C.

Vean mi canal. Ustedes podrían morir de el gusto. Podemos salvar al planeta. Solo necesito ayuda.

23 hours ago
Andrew Wang
Andrew Wang

Altitude sickness taken to the next level.

Day ago
FatManDaily
FatManDaily

Take my money, and make it real!

3 days ago
While you read my long name I steal your Cookies
While you read my long name I steal your Cookies

This is bullshit

5 days ago
0
0

Loved those shaders

9 days ago
KBrown92604
KBrown92604

BIG FUCKIN ROCKET

10 days ago
Gabriel Lopes
Gabriel Lopes

O meu sonho é ser astronauta🚀🚀🚀

10 days ago
David Ball
David Ball

One day Elon will stand on a stage and say "You can now buy a ticket to Mars" and I will dry hump the nearest person

10 days ago
V21633
V21633

When we are trying to reach other planets but people cannot just wait on a plane.

11 days ago
2PrO
2PrO

Big F*!?*!ng Rocket :)

12 days ago
Mastercrap 42123
Mastercrap 42123

Won't ever get past this animation I'm afraid Rocket transport won't ever be safe or affordable enough compaired to any airplane Plus it is not possible to launch such a huge rocket many times a day Good to have dreams but don't feel bad if they don't work out

13 days ago
Edwin Robert
Edwin Robert

Nothing compared to my BMFR, the Big MotherFucking Rocket which i made in ksp

13 days ago
Edwin Robert
Edwin Robert

Hats. Cars. Flamethrowers. Tunnel Boring Machines. Rocket that lands itself on a boat. *A BIG FUCKING ROCKET THAT TAKES YOU ANYWHERE IN HALF AN HOUR. Elon?*

13 days ago
Romas J.
Romas J.

Sorry, but does not seem neither plausible nor practical. For starters - astronauts train for years and are in good physical shape not without a reason - average joe cannot just so simply survive rocket takeoff and rocket landing.

13 days ago
Hannibal MW
Hannibal MW

how fule efficient is it compared to an airplane?

14 days ago
Nomekop 777
Nomekop 777

Yeah, but (as far as I know) rocket fuel isn't cheap. This isn't a bus ticket, this is a rocket ticket. How much is this going to cost?

15 days ago
Marcos Marcos
Marcos Marcos

#1 Space x #1

16 days ago
SchneeGansGabi Quests
SchneeGansGabi Quests

OMG This is aweseome. :D

16 days ago
ProXima
ProXima

Born too late to explore the Earth, Born too early to explore the stars, *born just in time to explore dank memes.*

17 days ago
ProXima
ProXima

I'm crying rn because of how beautiful this is. This is absolutely amazing. To realize we're living in a time where we get to witness the beginning space travel becoming affordable and more available to everybody is a dream come true.

17 days ago
Jonas Wille
Jonas Wille

You guys are crazy

17 days ago
Casy Leer
Casy Leer

as a sceptist I must say this is very well made animation, it's not real footage from the moment they showed the rocket taking off....no from start to finish is this an advertisement if so I wanna go up....

18 days ago
Domino the Dominator
Domino the Dominator

Wait, wouldn't this be a really expensive alternative to airlines? I mean, it costs 10,000 US dollars to put a pound of payload on a rocket.

22 days ago
Constant Throwing
Constant Throwing

Please can I be the first meme channel to travel on one of these?

24 days ago
Justineastrolabio6
Justineastrolabio6

Big Falcon Rocket or Big F*king Rocket

24 days ago
Big Falcon Rocket
Big Falcon Rocket

Justineastrolabio6 I hate having to censor my name

20 days ago
Alexandru Costache
Alexandru Costache

This will surely happen ! With your amazing rockets anything is possible !

25 days ago
Ancho
Ancho

this would be good if the launch didnt put so many stress and g's on the passengers

26 days ago
mcferkyou mootly
mcferkyou mootly

Hope he has a solid plan moon does need a base

26 days ago
Tristan Popken
Tristan Popken

(What will happen in a few decades) If 1 hour of school gets canclelled. Me in the break: Lets go to america or somewere eat lunch and get back. Teachers: aah you took the bfr. Was it a nice ride?

27 days ago
S A
S A

Fantastic

28 days ago
Kim Parish
Kim Parish

WHAT THE F**K THAT WAS SO F**KING BIG!!!!!!!!!!

28 days ago
Antartic Penguin
Antartic Penguin

I don't like this idea. Think about pollution. And how any times it will be launched.

28 days ago
NicoAW
NicoAW

Antartic Penguin rockets wouldn't pollute that much, 1000 gas cars can probably compare with this, so this wouldn't pollute to much, at least not bad amounts.

22 days ago
Adepic
Adepic

Sounds good. Doesn't work.

29 days ago
A.J. Bensinger
A.J. Bensinger

In my lifetime

Month ago
Chris Alex
Chris Alex

BFR actually stands for Big ******* Rocket

Month ago
hey7328
hey7328

this would bring jetlag to a whole new level. rocketlag

Month ago
Person
Person

Please

Month ago
Samar Pratap Singh
Samar Pratap Singh

So, till when will it be ready to lift off?

Month ago
Blinklith
Blinklith

Besides, it works in kerbal space program!

Month ago
sexydemn
sexydemn

А как приземлятся ? Илон

Month ago
Clad Fish
Clad Fish

The concept okay but it will cost more than a usual flight!

Month ago
NicoAW
NicoAW

Clad Fish ya at first, but just like every new technology, when it starts and is not mass produced it costs a lot, then the costs go down quite a bit after.

22 days ago
STC
STC

In future, we will remember we used to say "You can't reach there that fast unless you ride a rocket" as a joke.

Month ago
Doctor Manhattan
Doctor Manhattan

Crazy how this has 2000 dislikes and only 4 million views. For what?

Month ago
Big Falcon Rocket
Big Falcon Rocket

Bass boosted version please

Month ago
Drk Kioli
Drk Kioli

The supersonnic boom ???

Month ago
Jayden Marvel
Jayden Marvel

Exposed: This is a teleportation device!

Month ago
Benjamin Jacobson
Benjamin Jacobson

I hope this... heh... takes off

Month ago
Valério Valério
Valério Valério

i live in dourados, mato grosso do sul, brasil. here will have this transport too? i think this transport will are only for peoples of first world.

Month ago
The Penguin
The Penguin

We need the Enterprise

Month ago
MeGamer24
MeGamer24

Ahahahaha did you know BFR means 'Big Fucking Rocket' Nice choice of words u got there

Month ago
Thomas Fuller
Thomas Fuller

Global Warming 2.0

Month ago
Luka
Luka

Thomas Fuller it runs on Methlox, which is just liquid methane, which can be extracted from the atmosphere. All this does it blow it back out.

Month ago
Павел Шильцов
Павел Шильцов

Илон удачи да прибудет с тобой сила

Month ago
Ludwig Thoma
Ludwig Thoma

To all of spacex, YOU ARE AWESOME

Month ago
Minh Anh Hoàng
Minh Anh Hoàng

Why not Vietnam

Month ago
FaqUrNwoBS
FaqUrNwoBS

ticket price : $5000 car gas price : $8 a gallon

Month ago
RedCrow201
RedCrow201

Great job, please don,t go bankrupt i have trust you that you will get the human civilisation to mars

Month ago
Ivan Petrov
Ivan Petrov

какая же залупа!

Month ago
Ewaz Nazari
Ewaz Nazari

https://youtu.be/9El5uSLl-3U https://youtu.be/9El5uSLl-3U https://youtu.be/zIwLWfaAg-8 https://youtu.be/QAwL0O5nXe0 https://youtu.be/9No-FiEInLA

Month ago
Ewaz Nazari
Ewaz Nazari

https://youtu.be/9El5uSLl-3U

Month ago
Samjb1900
Samjb1900

This doesn't seem very cost effective

Month ago
Luka
Luka

Samjb1900 spaceflight is known to be expensive, because for the past 50 years we’ve been throwing parts of rockets away. The BFR is designed to be completely reusable, just like an aeroplane.

Month ago
NicoAW
NicoAW

Samjb1900 you think elons goal with this is money? Nothing hes done has been for profit, he does the things that he does to advance humanity. Of course you need money for that, but Elon isn't doing it for the money.

Month ago
Pete Sayer
Pete Sayer

How the hell did they make this video and with what

Month ago
Luka
Luka

Pete Sayer probably something like Cinema 4D and a few other programs.

Month ago
GodeZilla Ribeiro
GodeZilla Ribeiro

pesquisei eleaskaduhbsv sahn vbrf b e apareceu isso ?

Month ago
Valério Valério
Valério Valério

é o futuro

Month ago
Triskilion
Triskilion

1:03 Why is it flying retrograde?

Month ago
Triskilion
Triskilion

ah nvm thought it was going to orbit lol

Month ago
Ja sam
Ja sam

Cool, traveling in ICBMs ^^

Month ago
wohord
wohord

Yeah... How much does a ticket cost FFS I ain't paying $10,000 for that lol

Month ago
wohord
wohord

Wow. Elon just gets it lol

Month ago
Luka
Luka

wohord it’s estimated tickets will be in between standard economy and buisness class prices.

Month ago
kuZmaXa YT
kuZmaXa YT

cool shit bro

Month ago
Alto's Music Lab
Alto's Music Lab

elon elon elon elon, lets build 80 ft statues of elon in every city... stop giving money to the government boobs

Month ago
MrOggo123
MrOggo123

Clown's face at the left side of the screen 1:14

Month ago
Malteser
Malteser

Shouldn’t it be big f***ing rocket instead of big falcon rocket?

Month ago
Luka
Luka

Malteser it is Big Fucking Rocket. Big ‘Falcon’ Rocket is an unofficial nickname.

Month ago
C R I P P L I N G D E P R E S S I O N
C R I P P L I N G D E P R E S S I O N

SpaceX is a great company, Elon Musk is a good guy and I have a lot of respect for him Though earth to earth rocket transportation is just not commercially viable, weather conditions at takeoff and landing have to be perfect, and the chance of the rocket crashing anjd everyone onboard dying is still higher than 1% which is WAY worse than regular air travel Plus, rocket engines are way less efficient than jet engines in general, you'd be wasting fuel for nothing, as well as putting CO2 over the atmosphere which would be intolerable in a mass travel aspect Plus you'd have to take a boat (perhaps the slowest means of mass transportation) to get to an offshore platform VERY FAR AWAY from the city to prevent shockwaves from a rocket's explosion from affecting the city Just reaching the platform, and passing through security with all passengers would take at least an hour Refueling a rocket that size takes at least 10 hours so you need a lot of platforms to do multiple flights a day If weather conditions are not optimal at destination then all passengers would have to keep seated basically on a Kiloton methane/oxygen bomb Rockets are designed to take us to the stars, not to other places on earth.

Month ago
Luka
Luka

C R I P P L I N G D E P R E S S I O N watch the IAC 2017 conference.

Month ago
Max Davis
Max Davis

Can you imagine what would happen if the engines failed over somewhere like New York, all that fuel would create a large explosion and a lot of people would die

Month ago
Alex Siemers
Alex Siemers

On the Falcon 9, the engines are designed so that the blast from a failing engine could be absorbed, and I'm sure this would be very similar for the BFR

Month ago
StarkosGuy2160
StarkosGuy2160

Please release the music that plays in the video XD I have a feeling that it's going to be the BFR official jingle, lol

Month ago
TANSTAAFL
TANSTAAFL

Yeah, I like science fiction too...

Month ago
Broccoli_32
Broccoli_32

This isn't science fiction.

Month ago
J.M. Zimmer
J.M. Zimmer

This idea is cool, but the trip may cost too much to be really useful. I personally think we should wait to have different and much more efficient propulsion systems before continuing our human conquest of space.

Month ago
Luka
Luka

J.M. Zimmer the rockets fully reusable. Tickets are estimated to be in between standard economy and buisness class rockets.

Month ago
Chananyu_ Khunhanz
Chananyu_ Khunhanz

1 of 10 of this comment people is can be on the BFR Rocket.

Month ago
Tech Mate
Tech Mate

BFR means to ""BIG FUCKING ROCKET""BUT ELON HAS COVERED THE TRUTH

Month ago
Edwin Robert
Edwin Robert

But you still don't have enough legroom

Month ago
Fran Cisco
Fran Cisco

Te agarra un jet-lag de la gran flauta

Month ago
LA Prepper
LA Prepper

I am going to spend the rest of my life trying to get a job with this AMAZING company.

Month ago
Francesco Roson
Francesco Roson

God! You dudes are geniouses!!!!

Month ago
Peter Trauma
Peter Trauma

....for under $1,000.00 USD.

2 months ago
Broccoli_32
Broccoli_32

Actually about $5000

Month ago
Episch Erds
Episch Erds

If this is going to happen, flath earthers will not exist anymore.

2 months ago
Broccoli_32
Broccoli_32

This will happen and flat earthers will just say you've been Drugged or some shit logic doesn't apply to them

Month ago
Agustín Goy
Agustín Goy

Menem's dream

2 months ago
Nifty Fingers
Nifty Fingers

The BIG SIMPLE question: What is the fuel efficiency/pollution comparison with the BFR network, and regular airplanes? Not disregarding the fact that this is a beautiful video.

2 months ago
Nifty Fingers
Nifty Fingers

We have enough cows already, i'm sure you've heard of the "methane contributing to global warming" conclusion. We don't need giant space cows flying people around, ON TOP OF all the regular sized cows we have. That's just like throwing more tires on a tire fire.

Month ago
Luka
Luka

Nifty Fingers it’s a natural gas. Cows release it when they fart.

Month ago
Nifty Fingers
Nifty Fingers

I don't want machines running on meth... people on meth is bad enough.

Month ago
Luka
Luka

Nifty Fingers the BFR runs on Methlox, very cold liquid methane, which is pretty much carbon neutral.

Month ago
Alex Chan
Alex Chan

what you will hear from the next generation: I went into g-force blackout on my way to school today

2 months ago
Dáin Ironfoot
Dáin Ironfoot

Don't get me wrong. I love SpaceX. But to be honest, this is pretty stupid.

2 months ago
Mahesvara [][][][]
Mahesvara [][][][]

STupid? nope...... this will happen in 10-20 years time.......... people says landing rocket in impossible well spacex prove them wrong........ like every new technology....... there will be doubt.......... but once it is proven people use it like there is no tomorrow....... the only question is when is this going to happen? we don't know...... at least spacex is starting to create the BFR now...... that's all we know........

Month ago
Jack 5
Jack 5

@1:11 if you look in the dense city lights, you can see a rocket, kinda like this one https://i.imgur.com/sq1WdjQ.png

2 months ago
Maly Pivo
Maly Pivo

Im a fan, but I have to say - this seems quite excessive.. Also, you know - when rich people die - they tend to shoot documentaries about the crash, people talk about it.. Its quite risky.. Dunno, but why not I guess..

2 months ago
Maly Pivo
Maly Pivo

I guess it comes down to fuel efficiency .. I mean if it burns 20x more "fuel" then a Concorde would - I then feel like 4 hours is good enough :)

Month ago
Mahesvara [][][][]
Mahesvara [][][][]

excessive? nope...... this will happen in 10-20 years time.......... people says landing rocket in impossible well spacex prove them wrong........ like every new technology....... there will be doubt.......... but once it is proven people use it like there is no tomorrow....... the only question is when is this going to happen? we don't know...... at least spacex is starting to create the BFR now...... that's all we know........

Month ago
The MLG2468
The MLG2468

Elon musk I need 2000 stock shares

2 months ago
WuzNab
WuzNab

Honey I'll be taking the rocket to buy some fresh produce from China.

2 months ago
Karl Themel
Karl Themel

I think the BFR-shuttle is what NASA´s Space Shuttle was meant to be if you can operate a fleet of them and do a rapid turn-around between missions (days? hours?). Nobody has done yet in orbit refueling of a large space shuttle other than supplying maneuvering fuel to the ISS. Once the technique is perfected, fuel obtained from the moon needs to come out of a much shallower gravity well than fuel from the surface of the earth: perhaps, there is a way to use LH2 and O2 for the earth-escape burn as there are lots of oxides and some water on the moon. A later 12m to 15m tank diameter booster might lift larger and heavier components (Nova class). Using a booster module of some kind with several BFR-shuttles attached reminds of Kim Stanley Robinson´s Mars ship with BFR-shuttles replacing converted Space Shuttle tanks. Perhaps not every habitation vessel needs to a planetary lander, too. Best of success with this vital project. Sincerely, and hopefully not too schoolmasterly, Karl Themel

2 months ago
Luc Rolland
Luc Rolland

From Montreal to Paris in 30 minutes then that would be very nice. Indeed, we will need better transport in our cities since too many people drive cars. Why not invest in the super-monorail ?

2 months ago
Broccoli_32
Broccoli_32

You mean like hyperloop...

Month ago
StikAnimates
StikAnimates

Welp, that replaces airplanes then

2 months ago
Can_Of_Beans
Can_Of_Beans

HOW MUCH DELTA V DOES IT HAVE MY MATES

2 months ago
US Army Ranger YT
US Army Ranger YT

BFR sounds like Big Friendly Rocket

2 months ago
OnlyProducts
OnlyProducts

1:15 Evil Clown in the city lights. Wat the f ? :S

2 months ago
Jakub Franko
Jakub Franko

Big Fu**in' Rocket

2 months ago
Margaret Holiday
Margaret Holiday

учись, вова....

2 months ago
Ray Vorontsoff
Ray Vorontsoff

Nothing but an attempt to get investors. Perhaps people forgot that astronauts MUST be trained a lot to be able to get through the torture by G-force.

2 months ago
Ray Vorontsoff
Ray Vorontsoff

Luka thanks for such amazing introduction to air and space travel theme. The thing is that even 4G is dangerous to pregnant women, old people, people with high blood pressure, people with heart problems (even fat people) and other medical conditions. This means that a pretty big part of humanity will not be allowed to take the ride. Affordability is questionable too. This might be a case for Chinese who don't weigh a lot, but not for Americans who mostly suffer from overweight. Which also raises questions about number of customers and profitability of the project. I'm not saying that this is impossible. It is possible ... for some people, not for everyone. Think about free diving.

Month ago
Broccoli_32
Broccoli_32

Luka They probably won’t be able to but I’m sure they’ll figure out someway to reduce the G’s later on.

Month ago
Luka
Luka

Broccoli_32 yeah on the average roller-coaster you’d experience about a max of 5Gs. Pregnant women, and people with certain medical conditions probably won’t be able to use the BFR though.

Month ago
Broccoli_32
Broccoli_32

Luka Peak is said to be 4Gs but I doubt you’d even experience that and if you did you’d be fine.

Month ago
Luka
Luka

Ray Vorontsoff for most of the trip the rocket would just be coasting, so no G-forces. During launch and landings you’d probably experience a peak of about 3Gs.

Month ago
Private Treedodger
Private Treedodger

so are we not doing Mars then?

2 months ago
Broccoli_32
Broccoli_32

Yes we are this will help bay for it.

Month ago

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