Iridium-3 Mission

  • Published on 8 months ago

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    SpaceX is targeting launch of Iridium-3 from Space Launch Complex 4E (SLC-4E) at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. The instantaneous launch window is at 5:37 a.m. PDT, or 12:37 UTC on Monday, October 9. The satellites will begin deployment about an hour after launch.
    A backup launch opportunity opens at 5:31 a.m. PDT, or 12:31 UTC on Tuesday, October 10.
    Following stage separation, the first stage of Falcon 9 will attempt a landing on the “Just Read the Instructions” droneship that will be stationed in the Pacific Ocean.

Tom Chan
Tom Chan

1:28:59 "Norminal webcast"

Month ago
tranca gab
tranca gab

incrivel !!!!

4 months ago
Alex Zerimar
Alex Zerimar

CGI

4 months ago
RedSoul001
RedSoul001

23:15 LOL the disappointment in everyone's voice when they thought the video had been lost. That one second video feed switch must have made someone's heart skip a beat.

5 months ago
TheWhocares233
TheWhocares233

That music was lit

5 months ago
Fahraynk
Fahraynk

I don't see any fins. Is it because the mass of the rocket large enough so that it reaches space faster than the wind can change its angle of travel?

5 months ago
soton000
soton000

On every rocket one fanboy sits with selfie stick up his ass with gopro at the end pointing at the engine .pathetic

6 months ago
Kunal Bhardwaj
Kunal Bhardwaj

what is that white smoke keeps coming out before launch?

6 months ago
Fien Claes
Fien Claes

Virtue diminish hole favor option version imagination boot popularity beside statement blame.

6 months ago
Philip Dunne
Philip Dunne

The Iridium network proves that in this day and age there is no reason for a jet plane to be lost ... they should be tracked non stop and not even the pilot should be able to stop that.

6 months ago
Schizo Qubit
Schizo Qubit

Have an idea for Elon? Post it at this subreddit... HelpingElonMusk

6 months ago
William ALLAIN
William ALLAIN

I love SpaceX 🚀🛰

6 months ago
Ignite Morales
Ignite Morales

Later: 2020 1st mars mission with people , space x nails it 1st try or second or 3rd .......

6 months ago
Peter Payne
Peter Payne

The flame emitted at around 18:00 or 18:20 are beautiful.

7 months ago
funkybrain
funkybrain

The only thing that ever went to space is our imagination!!!

7 months ago
TheCatoua
TheCatoua

15:44 for the countdown

7 months ago
Wesley Miller
Wesley Miller

Pfft, Bugatti Veyron does 0-100 kmh way faster.

7 months ago
Jens Granatowski
Jens Granatowski

Hi from Germany. ... have still an unanswered questions. What about the suggestion from Elon, to gather Space junk. Is there any Reaktion from NASA? BRs J

7 months ago
Cámara Infinita
Cámara Infinita

Thanks for the video! :) I love the Google Earth animation. Nobody can make that in his house. This is real! I can wait for the Space X Mars landing animation!, is gonna be awesome! Cheers.

7 months ago
Norton ノツト
Norton ノツト

Please keep this commentator.

7 months ago
Claxiux
Claxiux

anybody know what the song at 28:30 is called?

7 months ago
Ewan Stewart
Ewan Stewart

America at its best.

7 months ago
Ego Equus
Ego Equus

Does anyone know if they collect on-site uninterrupted video of the drone landings? With the exception of a couple of the first ones, the only drone landing videos I have seen are the live feed. I have to assume they have drone footage from a few angles and perspectives, but it never gets released quickly. The Landing Zone footage is spectacular, so would be nice to see the drone stuff quickly.

7 months ago
Smith John
Smith John

What causes the brief loss of connection between the cameras and the base?

8 months ago
cherminatorDR
cherminatorDR

There's no such thing as Earth - it's all CGI. The whole Universe is flat.

8 months ago
Nycoz Nite
Nycoz Nite

Isn’t iridium-3 the satellite that crashed to a dead Russian satellite

8 months ago
Harry Andruschak
Harry Andruschak

I worked at JPL 1974-1986, and I support ALL space activities.

8 months ago
avbarbertebeverballe
avbarbertebeverballe

JUST READ THE INSTRUCTIONS

8 months ago
Jack 5
Jack 5

15:54 for launch, thank me later

8 months ago
Lil Pump
Lil Pump

I really like announcement guys voice

8 months ago
Marlon Jaimes
Marlon Jaimes

Tantos niños en africa muriendose ":v"

8 months ago
Mr Andy
Mr Andy

I really like the guy hosting this webcast.

8 months ago
Domain Rocker
Domain Rocker

so beautiful

8 months ago
Evan D
Evan D

15:30

8 months ago
Adair Azevedo
Adair Azevedo

simple and amazing the future is now.

8 months ago
Duong Nguyen
Duong Nguyen

what about stage 2 after deployment satellites?

8 months ago
Junior
Junior

Terrible views and signal at the very end on the satellite deployments but i guess thats how things work in space

8 months ago
Kovacs Krisztian
Kovacs Krisztian

28:56 Elon's voice?

8 months ago
Sean Hollingsworth
Sean Hollingsworth

"Just Read the Instructions" ?? Is this the platform formerly known as "Read the F-ing Manual" ??? ;-)

8 months ago
Sean Hollingsworth
Sean Hollingsworth

I think that there should be two feeds. One feed should be dedicated to the first stage, and the second feed should be dedicated to just the second stage. Honestly, though, I'm all about watching that first stage nail the landing! Stage 2 is kinda boring, but the view is awesome; and would make an ideal background on my second monitor while working. I'm curious as to which of the two feeds would be viewed the most. ;-)

8 months ago
Peter
Peter

Why does the caster sound like snitch from t lilo and snitch

8 months ago
pirucreek
pirucreek

When are you going to show landing of main stage? The one that deploys satellites or goes to the iss?

8 months ago
Virgil Epure
Virgil Epure

Flashlights at 1:27:54?

8 months ago
TheSpatulaCity
TheSpatulaCity

Camera operator, please let us watch the satellites fully deploy. Also, seeing the earth below is much more interesting than a boring engine nozzle doing nothing against the blackness of space.

8 months ago
Wil Pippin
Wil Pippin

Amazed every single launch and landing. Thanks

8 months ago
Kristy Howard
Kristy Howard

Truly Friggin Stunning

8 months ago
M Hilmy Fauzi
M Hilmy Fauzi

IT'S A NORMINAL WEBCAST

8 months ago
Germaine Thomside
Germaine Thomside

141 flat Earthers dislike 😀

8 months ago
braintnt
braintnt

N Korea watch out

8 months ago
Ethan Roberts
Ethan Roberts

The SpaceX team cheer when the Falcon lands but not when the main mission is completed.

8 months ago
EvRGrN EvRGrN
EvRGrN EvRGrN

All Space Agencies including NASA are just fan-boy Masonic CULTS. Stealing money from the public.

8 months ago
EvRGrN EvRGrN
EvRGrN EvRGrN

Mike Hunter ... haVe u Looked into any "NASA Fails" ... or NaSA deception. Kinda of a hard thing to Dive into unless you've done some research.

8 months ago
Mike Paulk
Mike Paulk

EvRGrN EvRGrN really? Prove it

8 months ago
吴昕炜
吴昕炜

中国的火箭发射要是也能这样就好了

8 months ago
STRYKA FPV
STRYKA FPV

well done on another successful landing :D

8 months ago
Angelo Gubiani
Angelo Gubiani

But the 2nd stage is going to do a re entry burn and explode in the atmosphere during reentry, or will simply remain in orbit?

8 months ago
Motokid600
Motokid600

The former.

8 months ago
pilipino pilipino
pilipino pilipino

Sir elon and all spacex staff good job and congrats to all of you from Philippines Elon corp fan here

8 months ago
pilipino pilipino
pilipino pilipino

Your the man sir elon

8 months ago
ching tong ong
ching tong ong

good job! spaceX

8 months ago
David Okwii
David Okwii

What happens to the rocket at https://youtu.be/SB4N4xF2B2w?t=5777 once all the satellites have been launched into orbit?

8 months ago
Andrew B
Andrew B

Congrats Again SpaceX...!!! All Systems GO

8 months ago
Raúl Mercadante
Raúl Mercadante

Intro music it’s just amazing

8 months ago
THESHlELD
THESHlELD

Elon will do it! He will take us there! Why? Because he is not NASA and the other government supported pet companies! He just wants to see the Human on the top of the piramid chain. He doesn't chasing UFO sightings and all that secret crap. NASA could do all what Space X did! They had they're focus on everything else but not to land they're billion dollar rockets safe after they used. ALL MY RESPECT TO SPACE X!

8 months ago
Noscopers scope
Noscopers scope

what are the blue things left side of screen around 1:15:00 ???????????????? Aliens?

8 months ago
Tim Richesson
Tim Richesson

Well done X :)

8 months ago
spiralout112
spiralout112

Insprucker is da man!

8 months ago
A-Train
A-Train

Fantastic! Another outstanding launch, recovery, and deployment for all the folks at SpaceX!!! Congrats and keep up the great work!

8 months ago
David Saintloth
David Saintloth

1:32:40

8 months ago
timemachine_194
timemachine_194

Incredible :-)

8 months ago
Юрій Борисов
Юрій Борисов

SUPER!!!

8 months ago
confuseatronica
confuseatronica

https://youtu.be/SB4N4xF2B2w?t=1411 an innocent cloud gets WRECKED. Kinda wish it was daylight to see that part.

8 months ago
Jason Kieffer
Jason Kieffer

Looks pretty round to me

8 months ago
iamihop
iamihop

I don't understand why they're strung out in a line. Are they being propelled by something to slow them down?

8 months ago
WhyWait
WhyWait

cant till the launch of falcon heavy

8 months ago
socalledracing
socalledracing

This is INSANE.

8 months ago
John theux
John theux

444111 views?

8 months ago
Kr4d10
Kr4d10

Thanks again , SpaceX & Elon

8 months ago
Szabó Péter
Szabó Péter

turned 26 yesterday. amazing era to be alive!

8 months ago
Motokid600
Motokid600

Szabó Péter - I'm 26 too. It's a crazy thought that by time were our parents age we might be able to pack up shop on Earth and work on Mars. Do tours of duty maybe. Two years on Mars. 4 on Earth so on and so forth.

8 months ago
Yakhashe
Yakhashe

1:14:17 that's about 400km/h increase in velocity in about 2-3 seconds. thats like 4-5g of acceleration. Not even your Bugatti Chiron is as fast as this...

8 months ago
Tactical101
Tactical101

beautiful

8 months ago
Ayman Saquib
Ayman Saquib

Is the Second Stage recovered? or does it crash away?

8 months ago
Motokid600
Motokid600

Crashes and burns... Er burns and then crashes :p. What's left of it... That's why they're building the new rocket. There's no viable way to recover the upper stage with its current, basic design.

8 months ago
Eroll Alsayega
Eroll Alsayega

What they plan to do for that launched

8 months ago
Odysseus Rex
Odysseus Rex

They deployed ten communications satellites which will improve satellite phone coverage.

8 months ago
Matt Bernhardt
Matt Bernhardt

Broadcast starts: 6:12 Rocket launches: 22:12 Landing: ~29:30 (video froze)

8 months ago
browing7
browing7

Congranulations!For the ,I've forget how many times,successful landing

8 months ago
Davi Bavaro
Davi Bavaro

browing7 17th.

8 months ago
Chris Stork
Chris Stork

* yawns * Another perfect landing. This is starting to get really boring. How 'bout something new? Like do a flip (just before landing).

8 months ago
Bill Murray
Bill Murray

Magnificent !!

8 months ago
frbe0101
frbe0101

With ever successful mission, with every successful landing, humanity gets closer to mars.

8 months ago
marcos rella
marcos rella

Awesome stream and marvellous team!! But i wonder (and sorry for my ignorance) wtf does this Iridium satellites, Anyone knows?? Thks!

8 months ago
nightjarflying
nightjarflying

@Marcos Iridium was part of Motorola - the aim is to deploy around 80 satellites in polar orbits to enable phone & pager comms everywhere in the world at all times including the polar regions

8 months ago
BarbikaPahor
BarbikaPahor

23:15 somewhere there should be sonic boom.. where is it? lot loud enough?

8 months ago
Motokid600
Motokid600

You only hear sonic booms from a 3rd person perspective. I've no clue what a sonic boom sounds like from the object creating it. I don't think you hear anything. Edit: Oh on ascent... Yeah idk if you hear the sound barrier being broken when they're on the way up. I know you can sometimes see it though.

8 months ago
Carsten Lahme
Carsten Lahme

24:50 there is some "rings" dropping off the nossle. This is an event, I have seen on many launches. Can anybody explain what that is? A structural failure? A planned event?

8 months ago
nightjarflying
nightjarflying

@Carsten The 2nd stage engine nozzle [& other nozzles too I think] have a set of seals to keep out foreign matter [dust, mislaid tools, mice etc] while the rocket is being built. When the rocket lights up the seals are burnt instantly & what you're seeing is the bands that attached the seal coming away. A planned event.

8 months ago
kinon cheng
kinon cheng

AMAZING!!!SpaceX!!!

8 months ago
DarkBlue
DarkBlue

Oh these lovly canteen sounds while deploying the satellites :)

8 months ago
Illum_1667
Illum_1667

SpaceX never fails to amaze us.

8 months ago
richard gould
richard gould

Okay I admit it, I love this stuff

8 months ago
Terrific Life
Terrific Life

1:15:53 what are that blue lights?

8 months ago
StrixHendrix
StrixHendrix

Amon_LoL could be lighting strikes or maybe a lense flare

8 months ago
amd64online
amd64online

Great audio at lift off, (23:00) I could hear what sounded like a booster main pump at high pitch 😁

8 months ago
Curtis Janzen
Curtis Janzen

starts at 6:45

8 months ago
Scrotebag
Scrotebag

Nailed it again SpaceX... well done!

8 months ago
Max G
Max G

6:17 is when the actual video begins. :)

8 months ago
RiPPAN
RiPPAN

So we are up to what, 17 landings in total and like 13 in a row? good fucking work SpaceX!

8 months ago
The One
The One

This guy sounds (and vaguely looks) like Dr Edgemar from total recall... Did a good job though. BTW How did stage 2 get from 183km to 600+ after Seco? Was there a telemetry error?

8 months ago
Nikola Tesla
Nikola Tesla

Glad that I was born the same year SpaceX was born, so I can live to see it's future missions.

8 months ago

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