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  • SLS VS Starship: Why does SLS still exist?!

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    NASA just announced the lunar landers for the Artemis program and to everyone’s surprise, SpaceX’s MASSIVE Starship is actually one of the landers NASA chose alongside Blue Origin and Dynetics.

    And this is bringing up a lot of questions, some of which we’ll answer in my next video, “Should NASA just cancel SLS and use Starship and / or other commercial launchers for Artemis?”. But today I think we need to settle a lot of debates here first about these two rockets and now more than ever, it’s time we truly pit them head to head.

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    00:00 - Intro
    05:50 - What Makes a Vehicle a Super Heavy Lift Launcher
    09:00 - The History of SLS and Orion
    18:05 - The Progress and Inventory of SLS/Orion and Starship
    27:30 - The Philosophies of Starship and SLS
    34:55 - Starship VS SLS
    41:50 - Conclusion

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  • I lost my mind watching the launch and explosion of Starship SN8!

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    On December 9th, 2020, SpaceX conducted a test of their Starship SN8 prototype in Boca Chica, Texas outside of Brownsville. Despite very low expectations, it successfully lifted off, completed 2 planned engine shutdowns and reached its planned apogee of 12.5km.

    Then it shut down its engine and belly-flopped back to the landing pad, successfully relit 2 of its engines, and performed a bellyflop to tail-down maneuver, before losing pressure in the fuel header tank, causing it to lose its engines and crash down faster than survivable, although right on target.

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  • The History Of The Starship

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    Elon Musk has the ambition to set up a colony on Mars. His company SpaceX is readying its Starship for the long trip to the planet. But is the Starship capable of the task?
    This is a sneak peak into the insane evolution of the Spaceship.
    While the Starship is meant to take people to Mars, and was initially named Mars Colonial Transporter, it is actually a versatile aircraft. For example, NASA has tapped on it to land its astronauts on the moon. SpaceX is even designing it to be capable of shuttles right here on planet earth. And ultimately, Musk wants the Starship to go embark on missions beyond Mars.
    It has appropriately been renamed the Interplanetary Transport System.
    The first mention of a vehicle to Mars was by Musk himself in 2012 when he was publicly discussing SpaceX’s Mars strategy. It was going to be funded completely privately but if you have followed this channel, you would already know that has changed.
    Right from the planning stage, the vehicle to Mars was meant to be reusable as the CEO envisioned numerous trips to move both support systems and inhabitants to the planet. The vehicle would drop its cargo, refuel and make a return trip to planet earth, just like thousands of airplanes do every day.
    Elon planned to settle the first set of explorers on Mars by the middle of the 2020’s.
    In a way, the Starship could be considered an offshoot of the Falcon 9, which on its own was an impressive piece of machinery. In fact, in the public announcement of the existence of the Starship, Musk said the spaceship would be an evolution of the SpaceX’s Falcon 9 booster and it would be much bigger.
    Interestingly, Musk promised to delay any IPO on SpaceX until after the Starship has been making regular flights.
    Musk revealed more details about the whole mission to mass in 2016, further discussing the Starship. We also saw the Raptor engine, a crucial component of the Starship, around the same period.
    The following year, Musk revealed how the Mars mission architecture would pay for itself, at least in part. SpaceX would take on commercial flights on contract using the Mars vehicle. The suborbital and lunar runs would also serve as testing opportunities.
    The Design of the Starship
    The Starship has two main parts or stages: the booster part or first stage and the space faring part or upper stage. The space fairing part is multi-function, as it could be used as a crewed capsule for delivering astronauts to space for instance, or as an unmanned cargo delivery vehicle, or an inter planetary fuel tanker for refueling other spacecraft.
    The two parts will each have its own system of rockets named Raptors. The rocket engine will use a novel fuel combination of Methane and Oxygen. The design improves upon the Falcon 9, which had performance issues stemming from its use of high pressure helium pressurization system.
    By proportions, the Starship is a behemoth, and that is saying a lot in the world of spacecraft where everything is jumbo sized. It towers above most things at 122 meters tall.
    To reduce weight, both stages of the Starship are to be made from carbon fibre, unlike the Falcon 9 that was made from aluminium lithium alloy.
    Both stages would be reusable as Musk was planning for thousands of trips to Mars per year.

  • SpaceX Starship Raptor Huge Upgrade

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    SpaceX Starship Raptor Huge Upgrade

    We have got some news for you, I mean great news on the new SpaceX Starship Raptor, all the upgrades and boosters they are working on. This time Elon Musk is giving it all to make space travel a real thing, if you want to know everything about the SpaceX Starship Raptor, please keep watching.

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  • Elon and SpaceX vs the FAA: Will the FAA destroy Starship development?

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    Elon Musk is dedicated to expanding humanity into space, and SpaceX is at a critical juncture in the development of an interplanetary transport ship. That progress could all be stopped by the federal aviation administration refusing to approve further testing or even ordering the Starship tower torn down. Are there powerful interests trying to slow SpaceX' progress? Could perhaps, the wealthiest man on Earth, be behind the current complaints against SpaceX operations?


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  • Why SpaceX Is Building The Starship

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    Tesla changed the way the public views electric cars. CEO Elon Musk’s other company, SpaceX, is disrupting the aerospace industry in the same way. But their newest creation is by far the wildest yet. Today we’re looking at why SpaceX built a stainless steel starship.

    The new Starship is novel for a number of reasons but the most remarkable feature is its steel frame. For those who don’t know, steel is many times heavier than aluminum, carbon fiber and other materials usually used in rockets. This makes a huge difference when a rocket is trying to break through the Earth’s atmosphere. Even an extra ounce of weight can adversely affect the success of a mission. In fact, WD-40 was initially invented to spray over an Atlas missile to prevent water from forming on the outside—simply because this would reduce the weight added by painting the missile. So why exactly is SpaceX using stainless steel when lighter materials are available?

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  • Starship | SN10 | High-Altitude Flight Test

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    On Wednesday, March 3, Starship serial number (SN10) successfully completed SpaceX’s third high-altitude flight test of a Starship prototype from our site in Cameron County, Texas.

    Similar to the high-altitude flight tests of Starship SN8 and SN9, SN10 was powered through ascent by three Raptor engines, each shutting down in sequence prior to the vehicle reaching apogee – approximately 10 km in altitude. SN10 performed a propellant transition to the internal header tanks, which hold landing propellant, before reorienting itself for reentry and a controlled aerodynamic descent.

    The Starship prototype descended under active aerodynamic control, accomplished by independent movement of two forward and two aft flaps on the vehicle. All four flaps were actuated by an onboard flight computer to control Starship’s attitude during flight and enabled a precise landing at the intended location. SN10’s Raptor engines reignited as the vehicle performed the landing flip maneuver immediately before successfully touching down on the landing pad!

    As if the flight test was not exciting enough, SN10 experienced a rapid unscheduled disassembly shortly after landing. These test flights are all about improving our understanding and development of a fully reusable transportation system designed to carry both crew and cargo on long-duration interplanetary flights, and help humanity return to the Moon, and travel to Mars and beyond.

  • SpaceX Starship SN15 launch/landing highlights and Elon Musk’s first reaction

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    On May 5, 2021 SpaceX made first Starship SN15 clean landing without explosion flying to altitude of 10km hop. Elon Musk’s first twitter reaction included. is going to send people to Mars in 5 years. SN15 during flight was powered through ascent by three Raptor engines, each shutting down in sequence prior to the vehicle reaching apogee – approximately 10 km in altitude. SN15 performs a propellant transition to the internal header tanks, which hold landing propellant, before reorienting itself for reentry and a controlled aerodynamic descent.

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  • Starship | SN8 | High-Altitude Flight Recap

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    On December 9, 2020, Starship serial number 8 (SN8) completed a high-altitude flight test as it successfully ascended, transitioned propellant, and demonstrated a first-of-its-kind controlled aerodynamic descent and landing flip maneuver – which will enable landing where prepared surfaces or runways do not exist, including the Moon, Mars, and beyond.

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  • Complete Guide To Starship: Falcon 9 VS Starship. Whats new? Whats different?

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    SpaceX is taking everything up a notch with Starship. This thing is the ultimate challenge in aerospace engineering, a FULLY and rapidly reusable super heavy lift launch vehicle, capable of taking 150 metric tonnes to low Earth orbit.

    But Starship’s ultimate goal goes way beyond just terrestrial orbital ambitions, Starship is the first vehicle designed to actually take human beings to Mars and back again.

    In order to achieve this absolutely bonkers goal, SpaceX has had to employ a litany of new technologies, use new materials, develop the most advanced rocket engines ever made and come up with some wild ideas that have never been tried before… and maybe for good reason.

    So today I wanted to go over all of these new technologies and compare it to SpaceX’s Falcon 9 and Falcon Heavy to help point out what things are new, what things are different and what they’ve learned from the Falcon family that will apply to Starship in order to really understand just how ambitious this project is.

    We won’t be just scratching the surface here, in fact we’ll actually be taking you inside the rockets and showing you basically every single part and going over all of them with a fine tooth comb so you can learn as much as possible and have a definitive guide to Starship.

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    05:05 - What's the same
    06:00 - What’s Different // Engines and Fuels
    23:05 - What's Different // Size, Capabilities, Construction, Costs
    32:15 - What's Different // First Stage Reuse
    41:50 - What's Different // Second Stage Reuse
    53:40 - Conclusion

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  • How SpaceX Starship Is Better Than Falcon 9

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    How SpaceX Starship Is Better Than Falcon 9

    how spacex starship is better than falcon 9 is something we will show you on this video and explain you how spacex company from elon musk and his starship is creating a lot to talk and that spacex starship is better than falcon 9, also nasa and falcon heavy that have plans to visit mars with their rocket and their new technology the raptor engine that we saw on spacex news and their spacex launch that we are all excited but don’t forget to watch until the end so you can see all the details.

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  • Why SpaceX Starship Is So Much Better Than Falcon 9

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    Why SpaceX Starship Is So Much Better Than Falcon 9.
    SpaceX has changed the game of building rockets by building their entire factory around their prototypes – turning Boca Chica into the Wild West of rocketry. In this video, we will be exploring the differences between the Starship and the Falcon 9.

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  • Falcon Heavy vs Starship: SpaceX rocket comparison!

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    This video is about Starship vs Falcon Heavy. Falcon Heavy vs Starship, Falcon Heavy vs Starship, which is the ultimate SpaceX Rocket. SpaceX Falcon Heavy is a reliable rocket serving SpaceX well today, but SpaceX Starship could well be SpaceX next big thing in rockets. What’s the difference between SpaceX Falcon Heavy vs Starship? Find out in this Starship vs Falcon Heavy, Falcon Heavy vs Starship SpaceX Rocket comparison!

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  • WHY DO PEOPLE THINK THAT THE SPACEX SN9 STARSHIP IS DOOMED TO FAIL? | A COMPLETE GUIDE TO STARSHIP

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    Is the SN9 starship doomed to fail? In this video, I've put together a complete starship Guide to understand what we can expect from the next SpaceX launches.
    Time code:
    0:31 - launch of the starship sn8
    0:56 - the explosion of a billion dollars
    1:30 - parameters of the starship
    2:09 - how to land a starship
    2:48 - about Raptor engines
    4:04 - engine test! Impressive
    4:35 - is this a trash can?
    5:00 - how big is the rocket?
    5:19 - super heavy
    5:49 - what is the ship made of?
    7:27 - the question of money
    8:24 - refueling the key to colonization
    8:55 - docking with the ISS?
    9:30 - warming up of the starship SN9
    10:23 - Elon Musk's speech gives you goosebumps!

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  • The Absurd Size Of SpaceX Starship

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    The Absurd Size Of SpaceX Starship.
    Elon Musk does nothing in small measures, and he will not stop with the rockets SpaceX makes. With spacecraft as large as water towers, grain silos, and even larger than the Statue of Liberty, SpaceX's grand ambitions are very well manifested physically.

    Humanity has come a long way from the days when the thought of an airplane was deemed futile, and now, we have heavy crafts flying into outer space, some even reusable. The big question in this video is just how large these vehicles are, and how do you get something that big to fly?


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  • Why does Starship only have 2 rear fins?!

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    We’re less than a week away from this year’s Starship update from Elon Musk. And before the party gets started, we’re already catching some major changes happening before our eyes.

    The most obvious change is the fact that Starship only has two finny / flappy / airbrakey things instead of three. Now the previous version touted just last year at the DearMoon event showed Starship sporting 3 fins that were also its landing legs.

    So now that we’re seeing only two, the question has come up, why? Why two?

    So today we’re going to do a really quick rundown on why two might be better than three, show you some potential problems with three fins, and then we’ll show you exactly how they’ll control their reentry and landing with just 2 rear fins.

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  • Why is Starship so Big?

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    Why is Starship so big? This is a question we found ourselves asking... and when we say big, its MASSIVE. So join us as we dig deeper and explain, and try to put it all into context!


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  • Starship 101

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    The SpaceX Starship is not only Elon Musk's top priority and favorite project, it's also a platform of innovation that will help the human race leap forward into a brighter future.








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  • The Complete Evolution Of SpaceX Starship | Starship History : 2007-2020

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    The Complete History of Starship in under 8 minutes.

    SpaceX’s Starship spacecraft and Super Heavy rocket (collectively referred to as Starship) represent a fully reusable transportation system designed to carry both crew and cargo to Earth orbit, the Moon, Mars, and beyond. Starship will be the world’s most powerful launch vehicle ever developed, with the ability to carry in excess of 100 metric tonnes to Earth orbit.

    SpaceX is planning to launch commercial payloads using Starship no earlier than 2021. In April 2020, NASA selected a modified human-rated Starship system as one of three lunar landing systems to receive funding for a 10-month long initial design phase for the Artemis program.


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  • Will Starship Make The Artemis Program Better Than Apollo?

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    NASA's making some big moves to finally get humans back to the moon for the first time in over 50 years. The Artemis program is shaping up with checks written and hardware built! So how does a 21st Century program to the moon compare to that of the 1960's?

    In Today's video, we’re going to answer the question, why does NASA think Artemis will be a sustainable program when SLS is sooooo dang expensive AND it’ll take at least two launches to get humans and their lunar landers to the moon.

    This CAN’T be more sustainable than Apollo, right? Well, we didn’t even begin to scratch the surface of the costs, so today we’re going to really dive into the total costs, including development, infrastructure and hardware by giving SLS and Orion a full cost audit.

    But we’ll even show you how the Apollo program and Artemis mission profiles differ including the specific orbits and rendezvous and everything required to get humans to the surface of the moon and even talk about the upgraded safety considerations and hardware involved.

    Once we look at all these details, we can answer the question, 50 years later, is the Artemis program actually an improvement over the Apollo program or is NASA going completely in the wrong direction when returning to the moon?

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  • Analysis Starship BOOSTER 4 ! What Makes Booster 4 Different From Booster 3!?

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    Analyzing The Super Heavy Booster 4! What Makes Booster 4 Difference From Booster 3?

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    Luckily the ground crews have developed considerable expertise, since the booster element is built out of many of the same parts, as the starship and the assembly process relied heavily.

    On the same production apparatus, the orbiting prototype will certainly be calibrated, by spacex and requires even more complex designs, than b3.

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  • Radio Controlled SpaceX Starship Belly Flop

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    I started my own Starship program because I was tired of waiting to see SpaceX's high-altitude SN8 flight test. This radio controlled Starship has complete control surface actuation like the real thing and can takeoff, hover, and do the elusive belly flop maneuver.

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  • Starship vs Falcon 9 | Launch/landing | Side-by-side comparison, TO SCALE!

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  • Want to see a SpaceX Starship launch live? Heres how! The complete guide.

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  • SLS vs Starship: Which is the ultimate heavy lift rocket?

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    This video is about SLS vs Starship. Starship vs SLS, SpaceX Starship vs Space Launch System, Space Launch System vs Starship, which is the ultimate heavy lift rockets. Both heavy lift rockets are intended to take humans to other planets, Space Launch System relies on a NASA more conventional approach, while SpaceX Starship features many new untested technologies to boost capabilities. But between NASA Space Launch System vs Starship, SLS vs Starship, Starship vs SLS, which is the better heavy lift rocket? Watch this Starship vs SLS, SLS vs Starship video to find out!

  • How NASA, SpaceX, And Blue Origins Monster Rockets Compare

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    With the announcements of SpaceX's Falcon Heavy and Big Falcon Rocket, Blue Origin's New Glenn, and NASA's Space Launch System, it can be tough to tell one rocket apart from the other.

    NASA’s Saturn V rocket was the pinnacle of technology during the Apollo era. More than 40 years after its final flight, it’s still the world’s most powerful rocket. But that’s finally about to change.

    NASA, SpaceX, and Blue Origin are developing their most impressive rockets yet. Here’s how America’s monster rockets of the future measure up to NASA’s moon rocket

    Saturn V - 363 feet tall
    Falcon Heavy - 229 feet tall
    BFR - 348 feet tall
    SLS - 365 feet tall
    New Glenn Rocket - 326 feet tall

    At peak performance, the Saturn V could lift 310,000 pounds to orbit. That’s equivalent to the weight of 33 African elephants respectively (avg. African elephant weighs 9500 pounds.)

    Some of these payloads are subject to change, but here’s an estimate of how much each rocket can carry to space.

    Saturn V - 310,000 lbs (33 elephants)
    Falcon Heavy - 119,000 lbs (12.5 elephants)
    SLS - 286,000 lbs (30 elephants)
    BFR - 330,000 lbs  (34 elephants)
    New Glenn Rocket - 99,210 lbs  (10 elephants)

    The Falcon Heavy will be the first rocket since Saturn V capable of sending humans to the Moon, though it won’t be quite as powerful. Blue Origin’s New Glenn rocket will compete with SpaceX for commercial satellite launches.

    But the real monsters of the group are NASA’s Space Launch System and SpaceX’s Big Falcon Rocket. Both will out power the Saturn V and are designed to eventually launch humans to Mars.

    Now, let’s check out the true test of a rocket’s power — its thrust.

    Saturn V - 7.6 million pounds (42 Boeing 747s)
    Falcon Heavy - 5.1 million pounds (28 Boeing 747s)
    SLS - 9.2 million pounds (51 Boeings)
    BFR - 11.8 million pounds (66 Boeings)
    New Glenn - 3.85 million pounds (21 Boeings)

    The Saturn V generated 7.6 million pounds of thrust at liftoff

    That’s equivalent to the same propulsive power as 42 Boeing 747s

    (referring to Boeing 747-400 model, which has 4 engines that produce 44,700 lbs of thrust each)

    Before the decade is up, we can expect to see at least a couple of these rockets roar to life for the first time.

    SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy is scheduled for its maiden voyage in early 2018. NASA’s SLS will likely take flight two years later in June 2020, and we can hope to see New Glenn launch by 2020.

    The era of monster rockets is fast approaching. Can you hear the engines, yet?

  • Inside Elon Musks SpaceX Starship

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  • SpaceX Starship Launch Animation!

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    SpaceX created an animation of Starship and its mission to carry humans to the Moon, Mars, and beyond. Watch it here. Credit: SpaceX

  • STARSHIP SN8 SOARS, China Prepares Falcon 9 Clone, Delta IV FINALLY Launches, and SN9 Tips Over

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  • SpaceX Starship SN9 Launch Updates 1-04-2021

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  • Starship SN9 Proof Testing

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  • Starship Refilling in Orbit - This changes everything

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    The first 200 get 20% off the annual Brilliant subscription! Today we are talking about how Starship’s low-cost vision to send mass into orbit will change the lives for everyone to at least some degree. How are SpaceX intending to lower that cost? Why does it matter? Well... recent funding news for SpaceX provides incredibly beneficial resources to start the engineering involved in a huge part of this technology. That’s right… the systems needed to refill starship with Liquid Methane and Oxygen while in orbit. We also can’t forget the amazing work on the Raptor Engine. The complex engine that drives this beast. Starship will change everything if it works as planned.

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  • China is COPYING SpaceX?! Chinese STARSHIP Clone & more!

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    China unveiled new rocket, which look like SpaceX Starship Clone! China copying SpaceX with it's Starship clone!? Can China beat SpaceX? Today, we take a closer how China is copying SpaceX and Elon Musk. We will answer the very inportant question - Does china really copy spacex?

    China is becoming a force to be reckoned with as far as space exploration is concerned. Yes, it is still lagging behind the U.S, but it's not too far behind! There have also been talks about some of these developments being copied from Elon Musk's SpaceX and NASA itself. How accurate are these allegations, and how well is China actually doing out there? Find out in this video

    By the end of April 2021, China celebrated its National Space Day. During the event, China basically highlighted its recent achievements in Space and Technology. By highlighting its very recent achievements, China seemed to have done a decent job there. Aspiring the younger generations to take a keener interest in this area will help ensure that China doesn't continue to lag behind the likes of NASA and SpaceX in the future.

    There have also been some exciting developments in this field because it's being observed that there are many similarities between the future transportation system of SpaceX and that of China. To understand that, we must go back to 2017 when Elon Musk's company SpaceX announced its plans regarding the Starship. The Starship system is essentially a fully reusable, two‑stage‑to‑orbit super heavy‑lift launch vehicle currently under SpaceX development. The concept laid down in 2017 basically highlighted the aspect of transporting something from one end of the Earth to the other in a matter of minutes. Interestingly enough, China announced similar plans in 2021. When I say similar plans, I mean a similar-shaped rocket with the same design. The purpose was also pretty much the same, the vertical take-off from horizontal surfaces and landing vertically at horizontal surfaces. Before this, the rocket flies into orbit and then returns back to Earth. It is important to understand that this particular system announced by SpaceX was one of its kind and was something never done before.

    There is also Link Space. Link Space Aerospace Technology Incorporated is essentially a Chinese private space launch company based in Beijing. The company is led by its CEO, Hu Zhenyu, and was founded as the first private rocket firm in China. The same company has also developed a rocket called Line 1. Interestingly, Hu Zhenyu has publicly stated that the company looks up to SpaceX and aims to follow its path in space exploration. The Line 1 rocket that was also developed essentially follows the footsteps of its American counterpart, which SpaceX developed. Here's what the CEO of Link Space said, SpaceX is very cool, and Falcon 9 is extremely great—we take SpaceX as our goal and guide because there are many advantages for us to learn.

  • SpaceX Starship Finally To Hop! NASA Quits SLS For Falcon Heavy!

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    0:00 Intro: We give you updates on the SpaceX Starship launch schedule and a new SpaceX Falcon Heavy launch mission within NASA's Artemis moon program. Besides SpaceX news, we also take a quick look at China's moon and Mars missions in 2020.
    1:19 Besides Spacex Starship Boca Chica facility, China is probably the only one left who is currently still working on their spaceflight programs. China is on track to launch their first Mars mission with a lander and a rover, and to launch the Chang'e 5 lunar sample return mission in 2020.
    2:15 Spacex starship fleet continues to grow at Boca Chica, and the next Spacex Starship launch test with Starship SN3 could take place as early as this week.
    4:17 SpaceX and NASA are investigating the Merlin engine failure during SpaceX's latest Falon 9 Starlink launch together.
    5:49 We explain why the latest failed SpaceX crew dragon parachute test isn't SpaceX's fault, and why this shouldn't delay SpaceX's planned launch of Crew Dragon with NASA astronauts to the ISS in May 2020.
    8:38 NASA just selected SpaceX to resupply their Lunar Gateway with a new cargo spacecraft, the SpaceX Dragon XL. The SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket will launch the Dragon XL within NASA's Artemis moon program. We believe this is the first sigh that NASA is switching from SLS / Orion to private launch systems, and NASA might even charter SpaceX Starship to build a moon base in the late 2020s.
    11:06 We hope Bigelow Aerospace will reinstate their workforce after the health crisis, because their expandable habitats could be extremely useful for future space stations, moon and Mars bases, or used as additional modules to SpaceX Starship.
    13:18 NASA's James Webb space telescope is being delayed again, due to the current health crisis.
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  • SpaceX Starship - Is this the future of space travel?

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    This videos describes about the Starship project of SpaceX and it's various capabilities.

    The Starship rockets are supposed to be a fully reusable transportation system which are designed to carry both crew and the cargo on long-duration interplanetary flights. These can help humanity to travel to the Moon, Mars and beyond.

    Starship is made of two main parts: Starship and the Super Heavy booster. They are launched together and the re-fueling in space is done using additional Starships. Starships have multiple configurations: Crew, Cargo and will be used based on the need.

    We wish SpaceX a great success in this project and all future ones to help humanity in space travel.

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  • SpaceX Starship next flight to 41,000ft - Bellyflop #2

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    Save 10% off your first website or domain at - Coupon Code: MARCUSHOUSE - Well, here we are in the final leadup to the SpaceX Starship next flight to 41,000ft (12.5km). This will be Bellyflop #2 with what we hope will be a successful landing this time around. The dizzying speed of SN9's preparations for its test flight continued this week, as did the amazing build progress with various sections of several Starship versions spotted. It’s also almost time for the first Cargo Dragon version 2 (CRS-21) to come home after the fully autonomous capsule docked with the International Space Station on December 7 last year. We had the first Falcon 9 launch of 2021 with the Turksat 5A mission, and we also take a look back at the Mars Spirit and Opportunity Rovers that landed on the red planet seventeen years ago. An amazing mission to look back on as we await the arrival of Perseverance in just a few weeks now.

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  • Starship SN8 wreckage & Flight info, SN9 tips over, CRS-21, Change 5 samples in lunar orbit

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    Save 10% off your first website or domain at - Coupon Code: MARCUSHOUSE - What else can we say about this week other than it has been constant anticipation, excitement, disappointment, excitement again, and yea... You get the idea. We have a lot today to cover with all Starship SN8 wreckage & Flight info, the SN9 tips over story, coverage of CRS-21, and Chang'e 5 samples in lunar orbit now. On top of that Delta IV Heavy NROL-44 and Hayabusa2 capsule re-entry over Australia. This has been one massive week!

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  • SLS vs. Starship

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    There's a new bad logic crew in town: SpaceX fanboys. One of the big issues they've attached themselves to is the Space Launch System versus Starship (BFR) debate. Unfortunately, armchair engineers can't argue very well.

    This video is a response to Jixuan and Sebastian; who claim SLS (and Artemis, probably) should be cancelled in favor of Starship.

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    1. Starship image on thumbnail is by SpaceX and found on the NASA Commercial Lunar Payload page.
    2. SLS image is from NASA's SLS page.
    3. The Expander-Deflector engine image is from Rocketdyne (found on Encyclopedia Astronautica)
    4. I confused Eric Berger with someone else: I don't think he hates NASA. I do know he hates SLS and will make any article vaguely related to it a hit piece--even bending the truth to fit his narrative. Quoting ArsTechnica on SLS is like quoting Kent Hovind on evolution or Jeranism on orbital mechanics.

  • How SpaceX’s Starship Will Handle Life Support

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    How SpaceX’s Starship Will Handle Life Support

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    The SpaceX Starship is a mammoth — clocking in at a whopping 120 meters in height with a weight of 5,000 tons when holding a max payload, it is objectively huge.

    According to SpaceX CEO Elon Musk's 2016 Starship proposal, the vehicle will carry upwards of 100 people per flight, with eventual plans to carry up to 200 people. That's incredible, especially considering that a capacity of 200 people puts Starship on par with what some Amtrak trains can carry. Of course, that's a unique comparison, but it's an accurate one.
    While Starship is not yet in its final form, the ship is nonetheless about the same size it'll be when fully completed.

    But what exactly does SpaceX plan to do with all the space? I mean, you can throw some satellites in there for a few Starlink launches or sell some space to companies, but what about people? What can Starship pack in for the 100 to 200 people SpaceX plans to inevitably bring on board?
    That's what we're here to find out. So, without further ado, today we will be uncovering the layout of Starship interiors needed to support life.

    On Starship's official 'Users Guide,' SpaceX mentions that the 'crew' configuration of Starship includes:
    • Private cabins,
    • Large common areas,
    • Centralized storage,
    • Solar storm shelters,
    • And a viewing gallery.

    Out of that small section alone, there's quite a bit of helpful information. Most importantly, SpaceX will have a dedicated 'crew configuration' of Starship.

    That means that things can be much crazier than previously anticipated. For example, think about storing 100 people aboard a spaceship where everything is built for people versus one where half the space is packed with commercial items. I mean, the payload volume alone is a whopping 1,100 cubic meters. The passenger interior volume for a Boeing 747-400 is 876 cubic meters. With 450 seats.

    While to many at first, it might have seemed ridiculous to suggest that Starship could take between 100 and 200 people to space, it's much easier to see how easily this could be accomplished. But, of course, that also includes SpaceX's mini-laundry list of various rooms and configuration changes, starting with private cabins.

  • First Look at SpaceX Starship Documents

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  • Starship SN11 exploded during landing, debris fell from the sky!

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    Road closure starts at 7:00 a.m. local (12:00 UTC) and we'll be able to help figure out the status of launch readiness with our new high quality, low latency pad camera!

    SpaceX Starship SN11 will be attempting another exciting medium altitude test flight (~10 km / 33,000 ft). It will lift off from Boca Chica, Texas under the power of three Raptor engines. At apogee, it will flip into a horizontal (belly flop) configuration for descent. Prior to landing, it will ignite three of its Raptor engines to initiate the landing flip before shutting one down. SN11 will attempt a propulsive landing on the landing pad, potentially becoming the first Starship prototype to successfully do so.

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  • SpaceX Insane New Plans To Catch Starship And Super Heavy Booster

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    SpaceX Insane Plans To Catch Starship And Super Heavy Booster

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    SpaceX's next rocket starship has been in development for the past several years, and it has been making shorter test flights, but remaining within Earth's atmosphere. their most recent prototype of the starship, sn15 performed the first successful starship prototype landing, which is a key ingredient in the development of the Starship launch system, which is designed to be SpaceX's first fully reusable launch vehicle. SpaceX is hoping to attempt to fly their starship spacecraft to Orbit on the super-heavy booster for the first time in July, according to SpaceX company's president, Gwynne Shotwell shared the timeline, at the international space development conference during a virtual speaking engagement. once the Starship system will be fully developed, SpaceX will attempt to catch the super-heavy booster of a Starship system, using the launch Tower arm which is used to stabilize the vehicle during its pre-takeoff preparations. current Falcon 9 boosters return to earth and land propulsively on their own build-in legs, but the goal with the superheavy booster is for the larger rocket, not to have legs at all, says musk. he also said we are going to try to catch the super-heavy booster with the launch Tower arm, using the grid fins to take the Load. the super-heavy launch process will still involve the use of its engines to control the velocity of its descent, but it will involve using grid fins that are included on its main body to have control its orientation during flight to catch the booster, essentially hooking it using the launch tower arm before it touches the ground at all. Elon also revealed that they might also catch Starship spacecraft on his Twitter, responding to a user who has asked musk about the design of landing legs of the Starship spacecraft. he said they might just catch the Starship with the launch Tower, same as booster. he also tweeted that they might catch the starship on a big net or on a bouncy Castle.

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