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  • How SpaceX Build Their Rockets So Fast?

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    SpaceX handles two-thirds of NASA’s launches, so our question is: how does Elon Musk manage to get his SpaceX employees to build rockets so quickly! Stay tuned and subscribe to Futurity.

    Since June 2010, rockets from the Falcon 9 group have launched 114 times, with 112 successful launches. The SpaceX lineup dominates rocket flights because of their innovation and how efficient their rockets are. They’re currently the only privately owned company that successfully delivers humans to the international space station.

    SpaceX handles about two-thirds of NASA’s launches, including many research payloads, with flights as cheap as $62 million, roughly two-thirds the price of a rocket from United Launch Alliance, a competitor.

    So, with all of these workloads, it begs the question: How does SpaceX manage to build their rockets so fast?

    Straightforward answer? Through exceptional engineering.

    Their rockets are all made with innovative technology. Hypersonic grid fins made of titanium have been installed on all the SpaceX rockets, contributing to their rockets’ smooth landing. Elon Musk says these fins will be manufactured from welded steel on future starship vehicles.

    The costs of their materials are relatively cheaper. Musk says carbon fiber costs about $135 per kilogram, which about 35% of it is wasted in the manufacturing process.

    Thus, Elon Musk has opted for the cost-saving option in stainless steel, which costs about $3 per kilogram. And Elon explains that this is even more beneficial because it allows the company to experiment freely, without much fear of losing lots of money, compared to using carbon fiber.

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  • How Does SpaceX Build Starships So Quickly?

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    Recently, SpaceX has been making tremendous progress with their upcoming rocket Starship. Though they have not yet landed a Starship safely, they have been continuously making new iterations and launching them. So, it's just a matter of time until Starship lands safely. But this brings up the question: How is SpaceX able to make Starship prototypes so quickly. Well, aside from having quite a bit of funding, SpaceX has cleverly chosen a material that is not only easy to work with but also extremely cheap and durable. Also, they take full advantage of the iterative design process where they don't try to get everything right the first time around. This video explains the various factors that allow SpaceX to build Starship prototypes so quickly and the future of Starship development.

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    0:00 - Rapid Starship Development
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  • How Does SpaceX Build Their Rockets

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    Just last month, Elon Musk’s SpaceX successfully achieved the landmark technical feat of being the first privately-owned company to deliver human beings to the International Space Station, on one of it’s celebrated Falcon 9 rockets.

    Experts reckon this marks the start of what could be a golden age of space exploration, as independent actors, free from the shackles of unpredictable public finances or whims of whoever happened to win the last election, can accelerate makinds’ long-promised progress out into the stars.

    But how did SpaceX actually do it? Through brilliant engineering knowhow, of course, and a cost-conscious, business minded strategy. So today we’re examining the question – how does SpaceX build their rockets?

    How Does SpaceX Build Their Rockets

  • How SpaceX build Starships so quickly? Whats the SECRET?

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    How does SpaceX build Starships so quickly?
    Or, Why do even SpaceX build Starships so rapidly?

    In just last 4 months of December 2020 to march 2021 spacex had built and launched 4 starship prototypes- SN8, SN9, SN10, SN11 on high-altitude flight tests.
    From Falcon-1 to recent Starship prototypes like SN-11, spacex has been making rockets at an unprecedented speed.
    We now know that SpaceX has unlimited funding, but just because they have too much capital doesn't mean they're squandering it, which takes us to the next point, and that is SpaceX's material selection for the Starship.
    Besides, SpaceX rockets are reusable as well.
    Starting with cost, Elon Musk describes that carbon fiber costs $135 per kilogram, but unfortunately, 35% of the material is normally lost in the construction process, meaning that each kilogram of carbon fiber that makes it onto the final rocket costs upwards of 200, while stainless steel costs just three dollars per kilogram.
    SpaceX also found that welding the large tanks needed to store the propellant was a major cost driver in the construction of rockets.
    SpaceX is constantly innovating to improve and reduce the cost of production and reuse.
    Next up is the construction process of SpaceX.
    Engineers at SpaceX are responsible for not only designing and maintaining the rocket but also for designing and maintaining the system that builds the rocket.
    Engineers at SpaceX are constantly building new devices to assist in the development of Starship prototypes.
    Next is the iterative design process of SpaceX.
    According to Elon Musk, “building many rockets allows successive iterations, applying a simple equation to the process: progress in any technology is the number of iterations multiplied by the progress between iterations.”
    Finally, comes the workforce, which is one of the primary reasons why SpaceX can build Starships so quickly.
    Elon knows that he will not live forever, and the funds will ultimately run out. The window for spreading humanity to Mars can close one day, but Musk isn't sure when. So he must squeeze through the window before it closes.



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  • How All of Elon Musks Spacecraft Work in Just 10 Minutes

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  • How SpaceX Build Starships so Fast

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    How SpaceX Build Starships so Fast How SpaceX Starship is Built and How Starship works. Insane engineering of SpaceX Starship and BFR. The engineering of SpaceX Starship and BFR (Big Falcon Rocket) is as magnificent as the Starship itself. BFR is the former name (codename) of the Starship. The Starship is a proposed and reusable two-stage-to-orbit system that is in the process of development by SpaceX. SpaceX Elon musk SpaceX starship space x SpaceX starship update SpaceX news. Space travel SpaceX starship landing SpaceX starship launch SpaceX starship explosion SpaceX starship sn10 explosion. SpaceX starship sn11 Boca chica space starship sn10 SpaceX launch musk SpaceX landing sn10 starship test flight sn10 explosion starship landing starship. Starship sn10 explosion starship spacex starship launch Elon Starlink Mars Spacex Starship Crash sn15 launch sn 15.

    In 2005, Elon Musk, CEO of SpaceX, used the code term BFR for the heavy-lift vehicle designed to provide an interplanetary transport system. Later, SpaceX changed the name into the Starship system or Starship.

    SpaceX Starship
    Development history of SpaceX starship and BFR
    In 2012, SpaceX started engine development, known as BFR at that time. Afterwards, in 2016, Starship development began. SpaceX starship is a two-stage vehicle. In 2019, the second stage of Starship development started, and testing began to prove the design details for the Starship's atmosphere reentry.

    For testing stage 2, a Starhopper prototype was used

    After that, testing of SN5 and SN6 began, but both performed low altitude flights. For the first time, in December 2020, SN8 showed its first high-altitude test flight, but the prototype exploded at the time of landing. 

    The SpaceX starship system comprises two stages; a booster stage, called Super Heavy, and a second stage called Starship. Engineering of SpaceX booster stage (Super Heavy)
    Super Heavy is the first stage of SpaceX Starship, having 236 ft. long and 30 ft. diameter with a lifting mass of 3,680,000 kg.

    External Design
    In 2019-2020, Superheavy external design changed many times to make high-power levels raptor engines.

    In 2019, Elon Musk presented a new design; it included 6-fins as fairings to assist 6-landing legs. Moreover, that design had four steel grid fins (diamond-shaped) for aerodynamic aid during landing.

    Afterwards, Elon Musk said that Super Heavy will use only four fins and landing legs to improve supersonic engine recirculation margins.

    Engineering materials for Super-Heavy
    Stainless Steel tanks and structures are the construction materials, including cooled liquid methane and oxygen propellants. Around 28 Raptor rocket engines are present, which provide a thrust force of 72,000kN.

    With that said, the initial prototype of Super Heavy will fly with only 20 engines out of 28.
    Landing/Descent
    At the end of 2020, Musk predicted using a landing tower arm to land the booster by grid fins. 
    First Orbital flights
    In December 2020, at Boca Chica, people saw the prototype of the first booster. Musk stated that I am hoping for the first orbit flights in 2021.

    Engineering of SpaceX starship stage
    The designed Starship stage will perform two functions.
    The second stage function to reach orbital velocity for escaping from Earth
    As an on-orbit long-duration spacecraft in outer orbit.

    Design capabilities
    The design of Starship is to make it capable of:
    Reentering Earth from orbital velocity and landing vertically
    Reusing to reduce the cost for refurbishment

    General Characteristics
    The upper stage of the Starship is 30 ft. in diameter and 160 ft. in length. It is a reusable spacecraft with a power supply of six engines.

    Its pressurized volume is 29,100 cu ft. configured up to 40 cabins.
    Propellant Raptor Engine of Starship
    The propellant system will be Raptor engines holding methane/oxygen. 
    The Starship will use three sea-level Raptor engines and three vacuum Raptor engines.

    For space transportation, Starship (with a thrust of 11,500 kN) will use vacuum-optimized engines.
    Operational variants

    Starship will have three operational-variants.
    Spaceship (for interplanetary transport)
    Satellite delivery Spacecraft (to place spacecraft into orbit)
    Tanker (To refill propellant in Earth-orbit)

    Construction material for SpaceX Starship and BFR
    In January 2019, stainless steel was used in place of carbon fibres to construct Starship.
    The reason behind using stainless steel
    Cost-effective
    High strength
    Ease of production

    Engineering Future of SpaceX Starship and BFR
    The insane engineering of SpaceX Starship and BFR depicts that this in-development Starship will be able to replace the Falcon 9 and Dragon 2 fleet by taking cargo to orbit at a lower cost.



















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  • How Does SpaceX Move So Fast?

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    Since its founding in 2002, SpaceX has achieved numerous milestones in a surprisingly short timeframe. How are SpaceX able to move so fast, and what is it that allows them to design high capability rockets so quickly?

    The starship development process is unlike any other, and is mostly happening outside in the view of the public. This gives us a unique glimpse into the workings of SpaceX’s continuous prototyping, something that we normally wouldn’t be able to see.

    From the company structure and culture, to the methodologies and technologies they use, SpaceX is built to move fast and it may be their most valuable tool for accelerating the future of space exploration.

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  • How SpaceX Transports Its Rockets

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    Elon Musk’s impressive celestial side hustle makes headlines almost every day, whether for yeeting commercial payloads into orbit or spectacularly fluffing Starship landings. Still there’s an aspect to his operation which all-too frequently gets overlooked, even by Musk’s vast army of international followers. Yes, although the ins and outs of SpaceX launches are obsessively pored over by the faithful, the actual humdrum business of getting rockets to the launch pad isn’t dwelt upon nearly enough.

    So we thought we’d investigate. Join us now as we pull up to the launchpad and initiate a countdown sequence for a look at how SpaceX transports its rockets.

    Before we get to the exciting, cutting-edge Starship programme, let’s look at how the company’s Falcon 9 rockets have traditionally been shunted around. Falcon 9 is after all the workhorse of the entire SpaceX operation, launching a record 26 successful missions in 2020 alone. Indeed, it’s probably fair to say Falcon 9’s quiet competence single-handedly keeps the company solvent, and soothes the jangled nerves of investors who might otherwise be freaked out by footage of Starship’s less-than-stellar recent touchdowns.

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  • Elon Musk will Reach Mars With This Amazing Rocket Engine

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    Elon Musk will Reach Mars With This Amazing Rocket Engine.
    To figure out how to populate Mars, you need to have the mind of Einstein, the wit of Louis CK and the courage of Captain Jack Sparrow.
    The inefficiency of rocket engines still remains the main obstacle. Chemical propulsion systems are capable of developing high thrust, but they have a small specific impulse. In other words, they cannot maintain traction for a long time due to the rapid fuel consumption. It's one thing to go into orbit, and quite another thing to make an interplanetary flight. There is nowhere to refuel in outer space.
    A few words about the unusual approach of Musk’s company. This is really interesting.
    Usually, computer simulations are carried out before launches, and only after that prototypes are tested. NASA doesn't like explosions.
    Musk has a different approach: SpaceX produces prototypes of varying levels of readiness with the MK and SN indexes for testing specific technologies.

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  • The Insane Engineering of SpaceX Raptor Explained - Part 1 | Starship Engineering Series

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    The Science & Engineering of SpaceX Raptor Engine Explained.

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    Raptor is a next-generation liquid rocket engine developed by SpaceX to power the company’s Mars rocket Starship and Booster Superheavy. Combined, these vast machines are designed to take up to 100 people into space, possibly to the Moon and Mars, with a tentative launch of humans around the Moon planned in 2023.

    This video deals with both basics of a rocket engine and the engineering aspects of the SpaceX Raptor engine.

    This is the first part of a series of future videos explaining the Engineering and Science behind SpaceX Starship rocket. So Don't Forget to Subscribe to the channel for future Starship Videos.

    Learn How SpaceX Raptor Engine Operates and the Engineering behind one of the world's powerful rocket.

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  • The DIY Rocketeer Building SpaceX Replicas of Self-Landing Rockets

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    Joe Barnard left his background in videography and music production to launch his life of amateur rocketry, and he shares his DIY adventures in building rockets on his YouTube channel BPS.space.

    After he saw the launch and successful landing of SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket, he knew that he wanted to do that too—so he took it upon himself to learn all he could about rocket science to get a job at SpaceX. Since then, many companies have come knocking at his door, but he’s decided to keep on forging ahead with his DIY endeavors to build, launch, and land fully functional scale rockets at a fraction of the cost and time of experimenting with real rockets.

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  • Starship: How Elon Musk is Building a Railroad to Space

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    The Starship is the rocket that is going to get SpaceX and Elon Musk onto Mars. Allowing Elon to start building the Mars city of the future.

    This video documentary breaks down the Starship rocket program by Elon Musk and SpaceX. Taking a look at the investment and cost of the project. Breaking down the different parts of the rocket, showing how powerful it is, and what it will be able to do.

    The video explores what missions the Starship could already be signed up for, from Starlink launches to NASA's 2024 Moon Program. And how far along is the Starship project, and when will we be able to see SpaceX launch the Starship.

    Here are a few of the other Starship, and space business topics covered in this video presentation: why Elon Musk says the Starship is a railroad for space, the difference between the Starship and the Super Heavy Booster, how Starship will refuel in orbit, how much more powerful it is than the Saturn rocket that took humans to the Moon, how much interior space is there in the Starship, how Starship could be its own space station, the joint NASA and SpaceX partnership working together on the Artemis Moon program, the Dear Moon project, Starship launch animations, and the different tests Starship has been doing so far.
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  • How SpaceX’s Starship Will Become the Most Powerful Rocket in the World | Countdown to Launch

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    When SpaceX was founded, its goal was to establish a human colony on Mars. And Starship might be the way to get there.
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    In September 2019, Elon Musk unveiled the first iteration of his next-generation vehicle, Starship.

    While SpaceX continues to push the limits, this next endeavor might be its most ambitious yet. SpaceX was founded with the intention of one day creating a human colony on Mars, and Elon Musk hopes that Starship and the Super Heavy rocket will be the way to get there.

    Starship was built to carry 100 passengers and will serve as the spacecraft to shuttle both people and cargo to Earth’s orbit and beyond.

    Starship has its six Raptors, but the real power behind this transportation system comes from the Super Heavy rocket, which has thirty-seven Raptor engines.

    In its final form, the Starship and Super Heavy combination will result in the world’s most powerful launch vehicle ever developed. And SpaceX is working fast to bring this super project to life.

    Find out more about SpaceX’s latest space transportation and exploration endeavor on this episode of Countdown to Launch.

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    A kid reporter interviews Gwynne Shotwell, SpaceX’s president, chief operating officer, and an engineer, to see how the company builds their rockets.

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  • 4 Secrets WHY SpaceX Builds Starship So RAPIDLY, Weve Never Seen The Happened Before.

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    Hi guys and welcome back to the Great SpaceX. Hope that you all have a great day. In this video today, we are going to discuss the progress of SpaceX rockets building. What secrets lead them to make their rocket so quickly.

    Elon Musk CEO of SpaceX said: I want to make rockets a hundred times if not a thousand times better. The ultimate objective is to make humanity a multi-planet species. In just the last four months of December 2020 to March 2021, SpaceX had built and launched four starship prototypes SN8, SN9, SN10, SN11 on high altitude flight tests. This never seen before.
    From Falcon 1 to recent starship prototypes like SN11 and prepare for the next starship prototypes SN15, SN16 to SN20. SpaceX has been making rockets at an unprecedented speed, so how does SpaceX build starships so quickly. To get the answer for this we come to the 4 secrets behind SpaceX build starships so quickly.

    Secret 1: SpaceX has abundant funding.
    Well, when it comes to building a rocket, the first big stumbling block is securing funding. It is impossible to tell if SpaceX is profitable because the company is privately owned so the books aren't available for inspection. Most analysts on the other hand agree that SpaceX must be making money by now. SpaceX has 4.2 billion dollars in contracts from NASA alone and its recent success in cracking the defense contract business breaking united launch alliance's military monopoly means more capital. All of this is on top of the private satellite launch contracts of SpaceX giving it a total of 60 launches on its manifest worth around seven billion dollars.
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  • Whats Inside The SpaceX Starship?

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    Elon Musk is a man on a mission. Quite apart from his tricky day job, weaning mankind off gas-guzzling automobiles, he also plans to drag our civilization over to Mars. And he wants to do it soon.

    To this end Musk has been frantically developing a pioneering interplanetary vessel known as ‘Starship’, launching and iterating fresh prototypes at a frankly insane rate. But how does it all work, and what’s inside that giant shiny cylinder that keeps crashing? Today, we gingerly venture onto the long-suffering Boca Chica launchpad for a sneak peek inside the Starship.

    During a recent interview with podcast host Joe Rogan, Elon Musk offered a typically smirk-inducing glimpse into the thought processes behind his signature rocket.

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  • Inside SpaceXs Starship Factory

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    This video takes a look inside SpaceX's Starship production line and factory in Boca Chica, Texas. We'll look at the different parts of the factory, and how it has grown from just being an outdoor space to now having tents and buildings. And what lessons has Elon Musk learned from setting up the factories for Tesla cars, that he has brought over to SpaceX to build the Starship.

    Other topics covered in this video include:
    • Why SpaceX is building the Starship rocket upright
    • Why is the Starship pointy
    • The different ways Elon Musk is making things go faster - from doubling the number of employees in one weekend, to having his rocket engineers invent new machines that build the Starship
    • Why has SpaceX built their launch pad and factory so close together
    • How Elon could be practicing building a city on Earth with Starbase Texas, before building his colony on Mars
    • How the factory is able to build 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
    • And SpaceX's plans of buying oil rigs to turn into floating launch platforms

  • 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?

  • How Russia Is Copying SpaceX and Elon Musk

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    How Russia Is Copying SpaceX and Elon Musk.
    Russia’s Roscosmos space agency has announced plans to build the Amur, a reusable rocket that has a very striking resemblance to SpaceX’s Falcon 9.

    SpaceX used Falcon 9 to place itself highly in the spaceflight industry after the rocket became the first to launch into space and land back safely on earth. Up till now, SpaceX is still the only company maintaining a fleet of reusable rockets, and even though it may seem that Blue Origin, led by Jeff Bezos, may be catching up with their new shepherd boosters, SpaceX still maintains the number one spot in the Space race.

    Now, Russia’s state space agency, Roscosmos, is joining the party with plans to develop a reusable, methane-powered rocket very similar to the Falcon 9. In this video, we will be exploring how both designs are similar and what the Russian State Space Agency has got for the future of spaceflight.


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  • How The Tesla Roadster Rockets Work - 0-60 In One Second?!

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    Since June 2010, rockets from the Falcon 9 group have launched 114 times, with 112 successful launches. The SpaceX lineup dominates rocket flights because of their innovation and how efficient their rockets are. They’re currently the only privately owned company that successfully delivers humans to the international space station.

    SpaceX handles about two-thirds of NASA’s launches, including many research payloads, with flights as cheap as $62 million, roughly two-thirds the price of a rocket from United Launch Alliance, a competitor.

    So, with all of these workloads, it begs the question: How does SpaceX manage to build their rockets so fast?

    Straightforward answer? Through exceptional engineering.

    Their rockets are all made with innovative technology. Hypersonic grid fins made of titanium have been installed on all the SpaceX rockets, contributing to their rockets’ smooth landing. Elon Musk says these fins will be manufactured from welded steel on future starship vehicles.

    The costs of their materials are relatively cheaper. Musk says carbon fiber costs about $135 per kilogram, which about 35% of it is wasted in the manufacturing process.

    Thus, Elon Musk has opted for the cost-saving option in stainless steel, which costs about $3 per kilogram. And Elon explains that this is even more beneficial because it allows the company to experiment freely, without much fear of losing lots of money, compared to using carbon fiber.

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  • How Spacex Build Rockets So Fast

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    The Falcon 9 showed the world what SpaceX was capable of. It was the first time a private company sent astronauts into orbit. The Falcon 9 may have put the spotlight on SpaceX, but it’s just the opening act before the main show. Starship.

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    Because Musk said SpaceX had collected all the data it needed. This is the farthest by far that Starship has gone. Previous prototypes only performed tiny hops of 150 meters.

    The part that flew was only the spacecraft, the second stage, which will eventually sit on top of the first stage for a trip to space - a rocket known as the Super Heavy.

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    It’s collectively called Starship, and towers 120 meters or 394 feet. After the two stages separate, the Super Heavy returns to Earth by landing vertically while Starship journeys onward to its destination, before also coming home. What makes Starship unique is that it’s totally reusable.

    The Falcon 9 on the other hand is only partially reusable. The booster returns. SpaceX envisions Starship being similar to a plane, with constant flights and quick turnaround times.

    It will have to fly hundreds of times without a crew, at least until takeoffs and landings are perfected. Then, it might be able to take a bite out of the commercial airline industry by transporting travelers from place to place on Earth. The company envisions going from Sydney to Singapore in 31 minutes. LA to Toronto in just 24.

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  • How Does SpaceX Build Their Rockets

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  • How does SpaceX Build Starships So Fast?

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    SpaceX has been developing their Starship rocket at a very rapid pace. They testing a Starship prototype almost every single month. So, this does bring up the question, how does SpaceX build their rockets so quickly?

    Just recently SpaceX testing Starship SN11, and now they are ready to test the next prototype Starship SN15. Further SpaceX plans to build more than 1000 Starships, with a Starship being manufactured every single week!

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    SpaceX, the rocket company founded by tech billionaire Elon Musk, was created with the mission of taking humans to Mars. Nearly two decades on, it's already taken NASA astronauts to orbit and accomplished plenty of other milestones along the way. If you're having a hard time keeping up with SpaceX's plans to replace international airline flights with orbital rocket trips, create a global broadband network and develop a Mars rocket, don't worry. We created this SpaceX primer so you can get up to speed fast. In 2002, Musk and friends traveled to Russia to buy a refurbished intercontinental ballistic missile. The Silicon Valley prodigy who made millions off internet startups wasn't looking to start a business at the time. He wanted to spend a big chunk, or maybe all of his fortune, on a stunt he hoped would reinvigorate interest in funding NASA and space exploration. The idea was to buy a Russian rocket on the cheap and use it to send plants or mice to Mars -- and hopefully bring them back, too. Ideally, the spectacle would get the world excited about space again. But Musk's Moscow meeting didn't go well and he decided he could build rockets himself, calculating that he could undercut existing launch contractors in the process. SpaceX was founded just a few months later.

    Musk initially hoped to make it to Mars by 2010, but just getting one rocket into orbit took six years. A SpaceX Falcon 1 orbited Earth for the first time on Sept. 28, 2008. This paved the way for a nine-engine version of the rocket, the Falcon 9, the company's workhorse since its first launch in 2010. Falcon 9 is a two-stage orbital rocket that's been used to launch satellites for companies and governments, resupply the International Space Station and even send the US Air Force's super-secret space plane on its mysterious long missions. Over the past nine years, the company has flown more than 80 Falcon 9 missions. What sets Falcon 9 apart from the competition is its unprecedented ability to send a payload into orbit and then have its first stage return to Earth, landing either on solid ground or on a floating drone ship landing pad at sea, another SpaceX innovation. After a few explosive failed attempts, a Falcon 9 finally landed safely on Dec. 22, 2015, and a few months later another touched down on a drone ship for the first time. Several recovered Falcon 9 rockets have since flown and landed again. In 2016, the entrepreneur outlined his rationale at an international conference in Mexico: History is going to bifurcate along with two directions. One path is we stay on Earth forever, and then there will be some eventual extinction event, he said. The alternative is to become a spacefaring civilization and a multi-planet species, which I hope you would agree is the right way to go. Musk has often spoken about his dream of building cities on Mars. He believes that settlements would need large numbers of people to become self-sustaining. The system is designed to be fully reusable, meaning the principal hardware elements are not discarded in the sea or allowed to burn up, as happens with some other launch systems, but are instead recovered from space. They can then be refurbished and flown again, reducing the cost of the whole enterprise. At launch, the spacecraft, called Starship, will sit atop a rocket called Super Heavy. The combined system will stand 120m (394ft) -tall and is also referred to as Starship. Let's take the spacecraft first. With its nose cone and landing fins, the stainless-steel vehicle resembles the rocket-ships from the golden age of science fiction.

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    Join us in today’s video as we share with you how SpaceX built their rockets. When Elon Musk’s SpaceX – short for Space Exploration Technologies – got into the rocket game, it promised reusability, lower launch costs, and easier access to space. Over the last few years the company has taken steady steps to making good on that promise, thanks in large part to the success of its Falcon 9 rocket.


    In the meantime, SpaceX has more than 40 Falcon 9 missions into Earth orbit. The rocket made history in 2012 when it became the first privately launched vehicle to successfully send a resupply mission to the International Space Station, and has since added reusability to its roster. This marks another step towards SpaceX’s goal of sending humans into orbit from American soil, something the world hasn’t seen since the Space Shuttle’s final flight in 2011. Be sure to watch the whole video for the full details and in addition, do us a favor and like the video and subscribe and turn on the notification bell. We’ll see you in the next video!


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    SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has his mind set on going to Mars. To do so will require a vast new spacecraft, powered by a new rocket engine unlike anything that’s been seen before. Step forward Raptor, the future of SpaceX’s endeavours. Raptor is one of the first to be powered by methane and designed to be reused 1,000 times.
    Raptor is designed to power the new reusable vehicles SpaceX’s is building, the Starship spacecraft and the Super Heavy rocket. Combined, these vast machines are designed to take up to 100 people into space, possibly to the Moon and Mars, with a tentative launch of humans around the Moon planned in 2023.
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    According to Musk, the combined massive starship and super heavy propellant is about 4800 tons with 78 oxygen and 22 methane. He estimates the fuel price will be 100 per ton in volume. On February 2014, Tom Mueller, the head of the rocket engine development at SpaceX, revealed in a speech that nine raptor engines together can put over 100 tons of cargo to Mars.
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    Raptor engine component testing began in May 2014 at the E-2 test complex which SpaceX modified to support methane engine tests. The first items tested were single Raptor injector elements, various designs of high-volume gas injectors. The modifications to the test stands made by SpaceX are now a part of the Stennis test infrastructure and are available to other users of the test facility after the SpaceX facility lease was completed. SpaceX successfully completed a round of main injector testing in late 2014 and a full-power test of the oxygen preburner component for Raptor by June 2015. Tests continued at least into September 2015.
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  • SpaceX : How They Build Starships So Quickly?

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    SpaceX : How They Build Starships So Quickly?

    It’s a huge thing when NASA or other space associations across the world make spaceships with all the buildup, the planning, the years to construct it but people actually treat the SpaceX ships as something commonplace. Why is that? It’s because the rate of construction of starships is really high! They’re popping our spaceships like gumballs from a gumball machine! How is feasible for the company? What are the reasons they are able to pull that off?
    Welcome to this video where we outline clearly how SpaceX is spewing starships after starships and still continuing to do so with no setbacks!
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    SpaceX or Space Exploration Technologies Corporation was founded by Elon Musk, the Iron Man of today’s world. It is an American aerospace manufacturer and space transportation services company that has its headquarters in California. It has one of the highest funded laboratories and an abundance of resources. This company was founded in 2002 with the goal of reducing space exploration costs to increase the rate of development of space-going devices and ships so that the colonization of Mars can be done early. This company deals with manufacturing many launch vehicles, rocket engines, Dragon cargo spacecraft, and the Starlink satellite constellation that provides the internet and has already provided opportunities for humans and cargo to fly to the International Space Station.

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  • How does SpaceX build its Falcon 9 reusable rocket?

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  • Can SpaceX Make Point-To-Point Space Travel Profitable?

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    SpaceX and Blue Origin think point-to-point space travel will replace flights as the preferred means of passenger travel. A plane ride from New York City to Shanghai is about 15 hours - and it could be as long as 29 hours with connecting flights. With point-to-point travel, SpaceX says it could get you there in less than an hour. How realistic is this approach to long-haul travel?

    As companies like Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic and Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin close in on offering trips to the edge of space, space tourism is becoming a possibility. But what if spaceships went farther — and faster?

    Point-to-point space travel has been touted as a business line by SpaceX, Elon Musk’s rocket and spacecraft company.

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  • How does SpaceX get these amazing camera shots?

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    Ever wondered how we get such smooth tracking shots of rockets moving at incredibly fast speeds? In this video, I talk about the camera equipment that's used and how it was used in the past.

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  • SpaceX builds rockets that can ship anywhere on Earth in 60 minutes

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    SpaceX builds rockets that can 'ship' anywhere on Earth in 60 minutes
    According to SpaceX, it will build a missile that can carry a payload of up to 80 tons, similar to the payload of a C-17.
    The reusable missile system that can deliver goods and weapons anywhere in the world within an hour is being developed by Elon Musk's SpaceX for the US military.
    SpaceX builds rockets that can 'ship' anywhere on Earth in 60 minutes
    Accordingly, with speeds up to 12070 km per hour, this brand new missile will allow the transport of materials from Cape Canaveral Air Base, Florida, to the US-operated Bagram Airport in Afghanistan in just one time. within 1 hour.
    SpaceX builds rockets that can 'ship' anywhere on Earth in 60 minutes
    For comparison, a Boeing C-17 Globemaster III - a military transport aircraft with a top speed of 945 km / h - would take up to 15 hours to make a journey longer than 12 thousand km.
    In addition to speed, a major advantage of transporting cargo by missile is that the US government does not need to seek permission from the host government when the missile is in orbit - as opposed to a system for transporting goods by air.
    According to SpaceX, it will build a missile that can carry a payload of up to 80 tons, similar to the payload of a C-17. Like many other SpaceX missile models, this cargo missile is reusable.
    However, many aviation experts say, if you want to realize the reward of transporting goods by reusable rockets, SpaceX must first ensure the vehicle has the ability to land safely and accurately.
    SpaceX builds rockets that can 'ship' anywhere on Earth in 60 minutes
    They've safely sent humans to space, so carrying cargo through orbit is not the problem. The biggest challenge comes from how rockets can land. Douglas Barrie, an aerospace expert from the London-based International Institute for Strategic Studies, told the Times.
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  • Why SpaceX Rockets Keep Blowing Up

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    Elon Musk & SpaceX have been on an incredible journey so far and with that they have had to overcome hundreds of problems holding them back, one of the main ones being rocket explosions! Over the lifetime of SpaceX there has been a lot of rocket failures, however Elon Musk always looks on the bright side of things and sees them as successes/obstacles to overcome!

    There is bound to be more rocket failures in the future for SpaceX, but I am confident that Elon Musk will carry on working hard to eliminate the problems. What do you think the future will look like for Elon Musk and SpaceX? Let us know!

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  • Rocket Lab will soon run its first test of a SpaceX like rocket booster recovery system

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    Rocket Lab will soon run its first test of a SpaceX-like rocket booster recovery system that could save it millions per flight.
    Rocket Lab is about to attempt its first-ever recovery of a rocket booster that has flown a payload to space and is falling back to Earth.
    The mission, dubbed Return to Sender and scheduled for November 15, marks the New Zealand startup's 16th flight of its six-story Electron rocket. After lifting off and helping send 30 small satellites into orbit (Rocket Lab launches satellites for about $10 million per flight), the rocket's massive booster should deploy a parachute and gently splash down into the Pacific Ocean, where it will be recovered.
    If the booster doesn't return as a smoldering stump, says CEO Peter Beck, who founded Rocket Lab in 2006, the company may soon start recovering and reusing flight hardware that's worth millions, yet is typically lost at sea.
    Boosters accelerate a smaller rocket and a payload to thousands of miles per hours before detaching and falling to the ground or ocean. They are the biggest and most expensive part of a launch system, typically making up about 80% of its cost. SpaceX, founded by tech mogul Elon Musk in 2002, rocketed its first Falcon 9 booster to a safe landing in late 2015, and has since recovered and reused boosters dozens of times.

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  • How does SpaceX make money?

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    We all know SpaceX to be the leader in rocket technology by now but how exactly the company makes money from these huge investments is less clear. Find out how SpaceX actually profits from launching rockets, how much they profit, and what it has planned for the future.

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  • Why does SpaceX reuse its rockets?

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    SpaceX launches 6 rockets in one month, is this rapid reusability?
    Why does SpaceX reuse rockets in the first place? Let's talk about that.

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  • How would Elon Musk’s SpaceX make Rocket Fuel on Mars?

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    SpaceX - as we all know - wants to send the first humans to Mars as soon as possible. And that’s why we have seen so many starships upper stage testing in Boca Chica, Texas. And so far the test flights have been looking good. The rocket uses Raptor Engines for all its testing and will most likely use it in the future for real-world launches, during its missions to Moon, Mars, and beyond. The engine is powered by subcooled liquid methane and subcooled liquid oxygen using a more efficient Full-Flow Staged Combustion cycle. And this is where SpaceX beats all the odds. No methane-powered rocket has ever made it to orbit, but Raptor is different. It is designed to make use of every drop of propellant available, making it one of the most efficient rocket engines ever built.

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  • SpaceX VS NASA: Is that even a fair question?!?!

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    Part II here (SpaceX Rockets VS NASA Rockets) -

    One of the questions I get asked most often is “who do you like better NASA or SpaceX”

    Who do I like BETTER?!?! WHAT?! Is that even a fair question! It’s almost like saying, who do you like better, the Chicago Bulls or the NBA or perhaps Manchester United or FIFA?

    Well, it’s not QUITE that simple… but hold on...

    In this day and age of extreme SpaceX fandom, of which I’m 100% not guilty of, it’s important we reflect on the relationship SpaceX has with NASA, how they collaborate, how they differ and why NASA’s future role in space exploration is as important now as ever.

    And although I don’t think it’s fair to compare a government agency to a private company in general, there is one thing we’ll be comparing in my next video… and that’s their rockets…

    So, NASA vs SpaceX. FIGHT! Or, hug... I don’t know which yet so let’s get started!

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  • SpaceX successfully launches 4 astronauts into space on recycled rocket

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    Four astronauts bound for the International Space Station were launched from the Florida coast early Friday morning as part of NASA's SpaceX Crew-2 mission.

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