Falcon Heavy vs Saturn V
Check out my new shirts: https://ineedmore.space/shop What rocket is best is an argument had daily on spaceflight forums around the internet. Nobody though can deny that the Saturn V and Falcon heavy are the biggest, heaviest, and most powerful American launch vehicles ever produced. They each have unique capabilities the other doesn’t, and both have the ability to send an insane amount of cargo to space. The Falcon Heavy and the Saturn V are two rockets that nearly every person on the world would recognize, but what is their story? Host & Producer: TJ Cooney http://twitter.com/TJ_Cooney
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Why is the US Space Force launching a rocket during the COVID-19 outbreak?
US Space and Missile Systems Center Commander Lt. Gen. John F. Thompson talks about the importance of launching the AEHF-6 military communications satellite for the United States Space Force, even during a pandemic. -- US launches advanced satellite in 1st Space Force national security mission: https://www.space.com/space-force-launches-military-satellite-aehf-6.html Credit: ULA
Watch the first Space Force launch on ULA's mighty Atlas 551!!!
With the AEHF-6 mission, we get to experience another spectacular Atlas V launch! Atlas V is built and launched by United Launch Alliance (ULA). For this mission an Atlas V 551 configuration will launch an Advanced Extreme High Frequency-6 (AEHF-6) satellite to Geostationary Earth Orbit for the United States military. It will aid them in fast and secure communication. Want to learn more?!? Read our Prelaunch Preview - https://everydayastronaut.com/aehf-6-v-551-prelaunch-preview/ -------------------------- Want to support what I do? Consider becoming a Patreon supporter for access to exclusive livestreams, our discord channel and subreddit! - http://patreon.com/everydayastronaut Or become a YouTube member for some bonus perks as well! - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6uKrU_WqJ1R2HMTY3LIx5Q/join The best place for all your space merch needs!
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Live Broadcast: Atlas V AEHF-6
Watch live as ULA's Atlas V rocket lifts off from Cape Canaveral with the AEHF-6 mission for the U.S. Space Force Space and Missile Systems Center.
US Space Force's AEHF-6 launch profile explained
A United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket is scheduled to launch the AEHF-6 military communications satellite in March 2020. See the launch profile in this animated view. Credit: ULA
Arianespace Ready for the Future
Arianespace has been delivering the future since its creation 40 years ago. Arianespace uses space to make life better on Earth by providing launch services for all types of satellites into all orbits. It has orbited more than 650 satellites since 1980, using its family of three launchers, Ariane, Soyuz and Vega, from launch sites in French Guiana (South America) and Baikonur, Kazakhstan. Arianespace is headquartered in Evry, near Paris, and has a technical facility at the Guiana Space Center, Europe’s Spaceport in French Guiana, plus local offices in Washington, D.C., Tokyo and Singapore. Arianespace is a subsidiary of ArianeGroup, which holds 74% of its share capital, with the balance held by 15 other shareholders from the European launcher industry.
Atlas V AEHF-6 Mission Profile
United Launch Alliance will use an Atlas V 551 rocket to launch the sixth and final spacecraft in the Lockheed Martin-built Advanced Extremely High Frequency (AEHF) series for the U.S. Space Force’s Space and Missile Systems Center. AEHF satellites provide global, survivable, protected communications capabilities for strategic command and tactical warfighters operating on ground, sea and air platforms. Atlas V rockets successfully launched the first five AEHF satellites between 2010 and 2019.
The Largest Rocket That Never Launched
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PRIMALSPACE for 83% off and 1 extra month for free! When the Saturn V first launched in 1967 it was the largest and most powerful rocket ever made. But a rocket designed years before the Saturn V would have shattered the scale of rocket design. This video looks at the enormous 60’s rocket concept known as the Sea Dragon. It also looks at it’s interesting design and why it was ultimately never built. Special thanks to the following channels for their awesome Sea Dragon footage:
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Soyuz Launch - OneWeb
From the Baikonur Cosmodrome on March 21, 2020 at 20:06:58 Moscow time, it is planned to launch the Soyuz-2.1b launch vehicle with the Fregat booster block and 34 OneWeb communication satellites Thanks for watching - why not support this channel and help us grow.
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SpaceX rocket fails to land after Starlink 5 mission launch
A Space Falcon 9 rocket first stage failed to land on the 'Of Course I Still Love You' after launching the Starlink 5 mission. Video link from was lost from the first stage shortly after the reentry burn. -- Full Story: https://www.space.com/spacex-launches-starlink-5-satellites-misses-rocket-landing.html Credit: SpaceX / mash mix: Space.com
SpaceX is targeting Wednesday, March 18 at 8:16 a.m. EDT, or 12:16 UTC, for its sixth launch of Starlink satellites. Falcon 9 will lift off from Launch Complex 39A (LC-39A) at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida, with a backup opportunity on Thursday, March 19 at 7:56 a.m. EDT, or 11:56 UTC. Falcon 9’s first stage supported the Iridium-7 NEXT mission in July 2018, the SAOCOM 1A mission in October 2018, the Nusantara Satu mission in February 2019, and the second launch of Starlink in November 2019. Following stage separation, SpaceX will land Falcon 9’s first stage on the “Of Course I Still Love You” droneship, which will be stationed in the Atlantic Ocean. Falcon 9’s fairing previously supported the first launch of Starlink in May 2019. Approximately 45 minutes after liftoff, SpaceX’s fairing recovery vessels, “Ms. Tree” and “Ms. Chief,” will attempt to recover the two fairing halves.
SpaceX CRS20 In-person Coverage
This video is separated into 3 segments: SEGMENT 1: THE EXPERIMENTS BEING LAUNCHED 1:12 Details of the companies and their research on CRS20 4:50 Inside the Grow Beyond Earth/Veggie facility SEGMENT 2: TOURING NASA KENNEDY SPACE CENTER FACILITIES 13:46 Vehicle Assembly Building (VAB)
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34:51 SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket on the launch pad SEGMENT 3: LIVE FROM THE LAUNCH AT NASA 37:47 1 hour prior liftoff from SpaceX facility at NASA KSC Association links:
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Russia launches GLONASS-M satellite - Amazing closeups & sounds
A Russian Soyuz-2-1b rocket launched the GLONASS-M navigation satellite on Mar. 16, 2020 from the Plesetsk Cosmodrome. -- Full Story: https://www.space.com/russian-soyuz-rocket-launches-glonass-navigation-satellite.html Credit: Russian Defense Ministry / mash mix by Space.com's Steve Spaleta (http://www.twitter.com/stevespaleta)
SpaceX is looking for welders to build Starships
SpaceX is looking for welders for the Starship program based in Boca Chica, TX. Find out more at SpaceX.com/careers (https://www.spacex.com/careers). Story: SpaceX's Starship will soon be made of different stuff: https://www.space.com/spacex-starship-new-stainless-steel-alloy.html Credit: SpaceX
On Sunday, March 15, SpaceX stood down from its launch attempt of Starlink satellites. A standard auto-abort was triggered due to out of family data during engine power check. SpaceX will announce next launch date opportunity once confirmed on the Range. Falcon 9’s first stage supported the Iridium-7 NEXT mission in July 2018, the SAOCOM 1A mission in October 2018, the Nusantara Satu mission in February 2019, and the second launch of Starlink in November 2019. Following stage separation, SpaceX will land Falcon 9’s first stage on the “Of Course I Still Love You” droneship, which will be stationed in the Atlantic Ocean. Falcon 9’s fairing previously supported the first launch of Starlink in May 2019. Approximately 45 minutes after liftoff, SpaceX’s fairing recovery vessels, “Ms. Tree” and “Ms. Chief,” will attempt to recover the two fairing halves.
Inside KSC! for March 13, 2020
A SpaceX cargo Dragon spacecraft arrived at the International Space Station following a successful launch on March 6, 2020, for the company's 20th Commercial Services mission. Carrying more than 4,300 pounds of supplies and science investigations, the spacecraft will remain at the station until April 9, when it will return to Earth with research and cargo. Also, the United States Naval Academy Glee Club visited the Kennedy Space Center, performing for Kennedy employees as well as visitors.
Simple Rockets 2 A Simulation For Every Internet Rocket Scientist
18 Months on from its early access release the game is still being developed with features being added regularly. In Particular internet rocket scientists who want to clone real world designs find the procedural design mechanic - including simulation of rocket engines - a superior alternative to other games. It also includes a visual automation system called 'Vizzy' that lets designers code write software to fly their rockets instead of trusting their pilot skills. It also supports iPads and other tablets (in theory it supports phones, but the UI is hard to use at these scales). So, there's a lot to recommend it, but having said that it still lacks a lot when compared to Kerbal Space Program or Orbiter 2016, but there's an audience out there who want to build their own rockets and get turned off by little green men, and this might be perfect for them.
SpaceX rocket stage separation captured in amazing ground view
SpaceX has released a ground view of the stage separation of their Falcon 9 rocket during the CRS-20 launch on March 7, 2020. Story: Watch the launch and first stage landing: https://www.space.com/spacex-launches-cargo-international-space-station.html Credit: SpaceX / mash mix by Space.com's Steve Spaleta (http://www.twitter.com/stevespaleta)
How Do Spacecraft Avoid Asteroid Collision?
A lot of people ask "how do spacecraft, like the Voyagers, avoid collision with asteroids when they navigate through the Asteroid Belt"? Well, the chances of a collision are indeed very low. Watch the video to learn why! SUBSCRIBE ► https://goo.gl/PLLFPz
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China launches 54th Beidou constellation satellite
A Chinese Long March 3B rocket launched a BeiDou-3 navigation system satellite on March 9, 2020 from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center in southwest China. Only one Beideou satellite launch remains to complete the constellation. Credit: China Central Television / mash mix: Space.com