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SpaceX Starship's Stage Zero Progress, CRS-23, Firefly Alpha, Astra Sideways Launch, RFA Test

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  • SpaceX Starships Stage Zero Progress, CRS-23, Firefly Alpha, Astra Sideways Launch, RFA Test

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    Wow do we have a lot to share today! SpaceX Starship's Stage Zero Progress continues, CRS-23 took flight, Firefly Alpha exploded, Astra Sideways launch makes headlines, and an RFA Test (plus more). Loads of updates at Boca Chica, especially with the ground support equipment systems. Other exciting events outside Starbase as well with SpaceX’s CRS 23 mission sending cargo to the international space station yet again, but this time we have the very first use of the new droneship 'A Shortfall of Gravitas'. An eventful first launch for Firefly Alpha. We also had Astra's sideways launch creating a bit of a buzz, and some other interesting updates you may have missed as well.

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  • Analysis SpaceX Starships Stage Zero

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    Elon Musk's SpaceX is attracting the attention of all mankind. The history of the space industry will turn a new page.
    SpaceX is working around-the-clock to prepare for the first orbital Starship flight test. During the debut orbital flight attempt, the super-heavy booster B4 will push the starship SN20 into earth orbit from southern Texas. So all halos seem to shine on these two flying vehicles and have forgotten the presence of one part that can help SpaceX to ensure that flight. And SpaceX founder Elon Musk refers to the entire zone as ‘Stage Zero' (Stage 0).
    We get a lot of questions from the audience about this area. How will they combine operations with two flying vehicles? And how do they affect SpaceX's vision for the future?
    Let's expose it with us in today's episode.
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  • NOBODY talks about this INSANE SPACEX STARSHIP IMPROVEMENT!

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    NOBODY talks about this INSANE SPACEX STARSHIP IMPROVEMENT!
    SpaceX is working to change the face of galactic exploration and space tourism forever. This has resulted in some major updates to the Starship, booster rockets, and the relevant structures such as the mechazilla. Many of these insane upgrades go by unheard-of every day. We have brought some of these improvements that no one has heard of but will play a pivotal part in the upcoming launches of Ship 20. All eyes are on SpaceX as they work for the test flights of the world's most infamous spacecraft. If everything goes according to plan, there will be no stopping humans from being a multi planet species. In no time, we will be able to call the moon, planet mars, and areas beyond them one of our many intergalactic homes. What major changes have been made to the starship and mechazilla? How will these enhance the performance of Ship 20 in the coming days? What other problems have to be solved by the team very soon?

    Today’s video will first go over the updates related to Starship 20 and the quick disconnect arms of Mechazilla. Then we will discuss some issues such as propellent refilling, propellent loss, and radiation shielding. Their solutions will also be talked about. The last portion of the video will go over the progress made on the Booster 3 rocket. Here’s a quick reminder that you can subscribe for free and like the video to boost the algorithm. Comments are most welcomed and the best ones will get featured in one of our upcoming videos

    Starship 20 and Mechazilla
    SpaceX is working day and night on Starship 20 as the time for its test launch comes close. Many changes to its TPS or temperature protection shield tiles have been replaced as they were believed to be damaged or unsuitable for the mission. The spacecraft was then rolled on to Pad B last week to work on the testing campaign. The crane that was previously used to move booster 3 was then attached to ship 20 and its location was changed.
    Progress was seen at the launch tower recently. It got a lot of exterior cladding done to it and ducts attached to the interior, which will then be utilized to transport the propellant to the spacecraft. This will go all the way up to the quick disconnect or QD arm. Aerial photography of the site shows that all the relevant attachments of this structure have been transported there. Black paint has been applied to the QD arm as well. Cryo pipes or ducts will be used to take the fuel to the ship from the tower. A hinge was also added to the arm that will function at the farthest side of the tower’s column.
    The Quick disconnect arms will be moved out of the way instantly and not end up colliding with the catching arms. All these structures are being constructed at a fast pace as the launch time gets closer and closer. The purpose of these arms would be to put the Starship on the rocket before these are fired up. Once the mission approaches its end, these will also first catch the rocket and place it down. Then these will catch the ships mid-air and place them at the desired positions, may they be on the rockets or elsewhere.
    This update might sound like something very crazy and impossible, but Elon Musk has been known to do both of these things in the past. A SpaceX enthusiast shared a video of this process online and Musk responded to it. He said that the animation was very close to what would take place but it would be happening at a much faster pace than currently portrayed. It was also added by him that as Mechazilla, the catching arms will take hold of the starship mid-air, there will be no need of landing legs for spacecraft going on missions that end on the earth.

    Other Relevant Issues
    Things have not been yet finalized for the Mars missions as Musk is double-minded. One plan is to use the landing legs and hence place the starships on the pads constructed on the surface of the red planet. The second plan is to make separate Mechazillas there in the first place. This will then lead to the possibility of missions beyond that planet as SpaceX will be able to make and launch booster rockets there. This sounds like a far-fetched thought for now as there is a very long way to cover till then.
    Design changes to the Starship were also made recently as Musk found a design flaw in the frontal flaps. The movable portions serve a purpose of direction changing while the non-movable passive portion was creating problems. It pushed the nose of the spacecraft backward. The solution was to move the flaps further forward and inwards.

    Refilling and propellant loss update
    All of SpaceX’s plans revolve around several other aspects as well. These are refining in orbit, proper radiation shielding, and propellent loss reduction. A few different models have been discussed regarding the replenishment of the Starship's fuel,
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  • GAME OVER! Boeing Starliner Is Getting CRUSHED By SpaceX & Elon Musk

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    Boeing is a big name in aviation, however, it is also a big name in space technologies. The company has lots of NASA contracts under its belt. It is therefore puzzling to contemplate how Boeing is struggling with the Starliner aircraft NASA contracted it to build. While SpaceX continues to record success after success, Boeing has been moving from one embarrassment to another as it cancels flight after flight.
    In this video, we look at the spectacular failure the Starliner is becoming for Boeing.
    The Starliner journey began for Boeing when it got one of a pair of contracts from NASA in 2010.
    NASA’s aim was the Commercial Crew Program, which the agency wanted to use to renew its retired space shuttle program and increase its presence on the ISS. To execute the program, NASA commissioned both Boeing and SpaceX to build a reusable rocket-spacecraft system that will transport both astronauts and payloads to the space station.
    The space agency wants commercial companies to take over launching its astronauts and cargo to the international space station.
    NASA followed its tradition of issuing two contracts for the same job to hedge its bet. The idea is that there should be more than one operational astronaut taxi so that orbital access is always available even when one of the contractors disappoints.
    Right out of the gate, Boeing got the better treatment from NASA. It got 4.3 billion dollars to finish developing the Starliner and to carry out six crewed missions while SpaceX got only 2.5 billion dollars for basically the same job! Not only that, Boeing got additional 300 million dollars to cover its expenses for overshooting its own project timeline.
    Boeing decided to launch its spacecraft atop a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket while SpaceX planned to blast off its own capsule called the Crew Dragon with its heavy-duty Falcon 9 booster rocket.
    From that moment onward, Boeing could not avoid the progress of its Starliner being compared with what SpaceX is achieving with its Crew Dragon capsule. Sadly, the comparison is pitiful.
    Granted, both contractors ended up falling behind their original schedule, due to a myriad of reasons. NASA wanted fights to commence in 2017 but space technology is not a walk in the park by any means as there are many possibilities for failure.
    For example, after acing its uncrewed test flight to the space station in March 2019, a Crew Dragon capsule exploded on the test stand a month later during engine trials.
    However, only one of the pair of contractors has delivered and it is not SpaceX.
    Boeing’s woes began even before getting to orbit. While testing the Starliner’s launch-abort engines in June 2019, a propellant leak caused the capsule’s development to be pushed back.
    Starliner did make it to orbit in December 2019, almost a decade after getting the contract. However, it turned out to be a huge failure as the Starliner did not reach the International Space Station due to a timing glitch to cause it to burn fuel prematurely. Instead, the capsule returned to earth in a shortened test flight.
    In the post-flight analysis by Boeing and NASA, the team discovered over 80 corrective actions that Boeing had to take. The corrective actions covered integrated testing and simulation, processes and operations, software, the crew module communication system, and organization.
    It took Boeing more than a year to fix all the corrections, including the ones it discovered on its own, and get the Starliner ready for another flight test, although it would use a new spacecraft.
    The second attempt at a Starliner flight was scheduled to take place before April 1st. However, the planned flight had to be postponed due to the widespread power outage that Texas suffered earlier this year.
    However, a string of hard luck and technical problems awaited the Starliner. The unscrewed flight scheduled for July 30 to verify the spacecraft systems had to be postponed because a week earlier, the space station was sent into a spin when a newly added Russian module, the Nauka, inadvertently fired its thrusters.

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  • SpaceXs INSANE New Starship LEAKED by Elon Musk

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    SpaceX's Insane New Starship Leaked by Elon Musk

    Elon Musk has started planning the next generation of Starships. We all know Starship, SpaceX’s rocket headed for the stars. From the amazing stainless steel that it utilizes to its reusability and cost effectiveness, Starship is just plain amazing. With such ground-breaking technology and innovations, you would think Musk would be satisfied. But that's not the case. This flagship rocket is just the beginning, and Musk has already begun working on a larger and more capable spacecraft. But what could Musk possibly do to make Starship even better?

    In today's video, we will be taking a sneak peek into Musk’s plans for Starship 2.0

    Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you have probably caught wind about SpaceX’s gigantic Starship project. When the spaceship and its super heavy booster are combined, the craft will be the tallest, heaviest, and most powerful space rocket that has ever been destined for outer space. Elon Musk expects that Starship will someday contribute to the colonization of Mars, a long-term aim shared by both SpaceX and NASA. In fact, SpaceX's significant strides forward can be compared to NASA's accomplishments of the 60s and 70s.

    No other spacecraft has come even close to the innovations this one of a kind rocket possesses. But perhaps the most impressive part of Starship is that it is the world's first fully landable, reusable rocket, capable of launching people, satellites, or Mars rovers into space and bringing them back. Much like the Falcon rockets, the Starship system will also return to Earth for refurbishment, allowing the company to slash costs and undercut competitors’ prices.

    Simply put, Starship has transformed the game, making features of space travel such as reusability and commercial flight much more feasible. While you may think that Starship's remarkable achievements and advancements would be enough, it appears that Musk is already a few steps ahead.

  • SpaceX’s Mechazilla Is More Mind Blowing Than You Think!

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  • GAME OVER! SpaceX REVEALS INSANE NEW Starship Upgrade!

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  • Why This Rocket Went Sideways Off The Launch Pad

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    Astra is a rocket builder that is aiming to handle the smallest payloads with their tiny launch vehicle which weighs less than 10 tons. Over the last few years they've got progressively closer to demonstrating an orbital launch capability. They'd been very secretive up to this point and this was the first live stream of one of their launches.

    However things didn't go according to plan and the rocket took a bizarre trajectory off the launch pad, slipping sideways before starting to rise, ultimately reaching almost 50 kilometers before falling back into the Pacific ocean.



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  • Firefly Alpha rocket explodes during first orbital flight attempt

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    Firefly Aerospace's 95-foot-tall (29 meters) Alpha rocket launched from Vandenberg Space Force Base in California on a Sept. 2, 2021 and suffered an anomaly about 2.5 minutes into flight. Full Story:

    It was carrying a payload called DREAM (Dedicated Research and Education Accelerator Mission).

    Credit: Firefly Aerospace / Everyday Astronaut

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  • Firefly Alpha Rocket Explodes In-Flight

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    Firefly Aerospace's Alpha rocket suffered an in-flight anomaly on its debut launch. Shot on September 2nd, 2021 from the press site at Vandenberg Space Force Base in California.

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  • SpaceX Starship Heat Shield & Mechazilla Progress Analyzed – CRS-23 Launch Report

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    What’s the progress on SpaceX’s Starship heat shield? How many tiles are still missing? Why do all the GSE tanks for the Starship orbital fuel farm look so different and how is Mechazilla coming along? And did you miss the CRS-23 launch? Don’t worry. I’ve got you covered. Let’s find out!

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  • Firefly Alpha launch + explosion Sept 2, 2021

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    Lots of excitement at Vandenberg Space Force Base as Firefly Aerospace launched their first Alpha rocket. There was a 59 minute delay after the countdown was aborted a few seconds before the first launch attempt, then the second attempt worked and everything looked smooth until a couple minutes into the flight when the vehicle veered of course and had to be destroyed.

    To all the people I met at the viewing site on Marshallia Road - I'm so sorry that the app I was using to record the launch through my 15 telescope decided to stop recording about 15 seconds after launch. It had also reverted to 720p rather than 4K so not only did it not capture the spectacular explosion (which I saw through the scope) but even if it had kept recording it would have given me low quality video. I am very disappointed and I will NEVER use that @*&~% Open Camera app again!

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  • SpaceX to launch Dragon capsule on resupply mission to space station

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  • SpaceX vs Blue Origin: Elon Musks Reaction to Jeff Bezos NEW Stainless Steel Test Tank

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    In recent days, Blue Origin's controversial lawsuit with NASA over the Human Landing System project still attracts a lot of attention from space fans. Many people believe that Jeff Bezos will never accept a loss to SpaceX on this project, he will be determined to take the best part of the pie in his own hands.
    Well, the competition shows no signs of ending, but recently there are first images of a new program that Blue Origin is determined to launch to beat Elon Musk and SpaceX.
    So what stands out about that project? Will it be able to compete with SpaceX? and what is Elon Musk's reaction? Everything will be exposed in this video.
    First of all, let's find out with Great SpaceX what Blue Origin's new project is.
    Based on our recent research, Jeff Bezos' space exploration company will be launching Project Jarvis, which aims to design fully reusable rockets.
    In making both the first and second stages of New Glenn fully reusable, Bezos is emulating Musk's ambitious plan to land and reuse both the Super Heavy booster and Starship upper stage.
    In fact, rumors of this plan have been circulating for months before, when social media sites reported that Blue Origin was changing the primary structural material of its new rocket from an aluminum alloy to stainless steel. The social media posts sparked considerable interest, as they implied that the company would mimic a competitor in its choice of materials—SpaceX's Starship and Super Heavy are made primarily from stainless steel. Moreover, such a change also augured further delays in the New Glenn development program, which was already years behind schedule.
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  • This Simple Tweak Saves SpaceX MILLIONS of Dollars

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    This Simple Tweak Saves SpaceX MILLIONS of Dollars

    Hello people, and welcome back to our channel, we are back again with more information from the world of SpaceX…

    If you are new here we welcome you to our channel. Don't forget to check our other videos on SpaceX updates….

    Let us today talk about SpaceX smart solutions to save millions of dollars and What possible initiatives does spaceX take to spend investments wisely. let's take a quick sneak peek at what's happening…

    Consider travelling 400 miles from Los Angeles to San Francisco in under 30 minutes and for free. That is exactly what Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla Motors and SpaceX, intends for a new transportation system.

    One of the best initiatives taken by spacex was to build reusable starships. These starships saved a good revenue. These reusable starships are intended to revolutionise space access and, more crucially, to accomplish Musk's long-held aim of populating Mars, transforming mankind into a multi-planet species.
    Aside from being totally reusable, the BFR, now known as the 'Starship,' was meant to carry over 100 metric tonnes of payload goods or astronauts into low earth orbit (LEO) and, with on-orbit refuelling, deliver that payload on to the moon, Mars, or even further. Its reusability promised substantially lower launch costs, and depending on the number of Starships built, full reusability opened up the option of frequent orbital accessibility for roughly US$2 million per launch.

    Now, SpaceX has successfully flew and landed a test vehicle known as the ‘Starship SN15.' This follows a series of testing that resulted in catastrophic explosions and spectacular accidents. The successful SN15 test is a significant achievement for SpaceX, and it paves the way for future testing in the coming months.

    SpaceX's approach to Starship development is similar to how it developed its Falcon 9 partially reusable launch rocket. The process entails developing capability through operational testing, which resulted in multiple Falcon 9 rocket failures before they were refined. They are now flying on a regular basis. The following phases for Starship will be higher-altitude tests, followed by orbital flights using the ‘Super Heavy' booster stage as early as July, with full operational service by 2023.

    Starship opens up the possibility of frequent, low-cost, high-volume space access. The vehicle's sheer size allows it to deploy very massive payloads, such as huge satellites or space station modules. Alternatively, a large number of smaller satellites can be launched at the same time...
    In terms of human spaceflight, Starship will play an important role in NASA's Project Artemis, with SpaceX being awarded a contract to provide the landing system that will transport astronauts from the Gateway to the moon, though a protest filed by competitors has resulted in the contract being paused pending arbitration….. Musk also sees Starship as a critical capacity for bringing people to Mars in the next decades.

    Starship's possible national security and military applications must also be considered. SpaceX has marketed Starship as a way of quick point-to-point travel around the globe, capable of transporting troops or supplies to a remote operational deployment in under 30 minutes.... The payload capacity of a Starship would allow it to deliver the equivalent of a C-17 cargo plane's load anywhere on the earth in an hour. There are significant dangers in this concept, namely the difficulty in separating arriving Starships carrying troops or cargo from ballistic missiles. In a crisis, there is a high risk of miscalculation and escalation.

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  • Mission Alpha Liftoff

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    Liftoff of the Falcon 9 rocket and Crew Dragon spacecraft with ESA astronaut Thomas Pesquet, NASA astronauts Megan McArthur and Shane Kimbrough, and Japanese astronaut Aki Hoshide. The Crew-2 spend around 24 hours traveling to the International Space Station. The rocket lifted off at 11:49 on April 23, 2021, from Launchpad 39A in Cape Canaveral at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida, USA.

    Thomas is the first ESA astronaut to fly in space in a vehicle other than the Russian Soyuz or the US Space Shuttle, and the first ESA astronaut to leave Earth from Florida, USA, in over a decade. This is his second flight, his first mission called Proxima saw Thomas fly to the Space Station on a Soyuz from Baikonur in Kazakhstan and his Expedition broke records for amount of hours spent on research at the time.

    Thomas’ second mission to the International Space Station is called Alpha. This is after Alpha Centauri, the closest stellar system to Earth, following the French tradition to name space missions after stars or constellations.

    Over 200 experiments are planned during Thomas’s time in space, with 40 European ones and 12 new experiments led by France’s space agency CNES.



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  • SpaceX Launch Site Brings CRAZY Controversies To Texas!

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    SpaceX Launch Site Brings CRAZY Controversies To Texas!

    Welcome back to Tech Hype, today on the channel we are going to talk about how SpaceX launch site brings controversy to Texas town. A new 60 Minutes+ report reveals that Elon Musk's SpaceX is causing clashes between government agencies and local residents in a small Texas town over the company's launch and testing facility in Boca Chica Texas. Correspondent Enrique Acevedo spoke with current and former local residents who alleged that SpaceX conducts tests with little warning, prompting the evacuations of homes. They blame brush fires and broken windows on the tests as well.

    In 2018, Musk said about the area, We've got a lot of land with nobody around, so if it blows up, it's cool. The launch site does border the Boca Chica National Wildlife Refuge though, home to many vulnerable species. When a test flight on March 30 blew up, it sent debris into the refuge and it took over three months to clean up. David Newstead, director of the bird program at the nonprofit Coastal Bend Bays and Estuaries Program, told Acevedo he's seen changes in the refuge since SpaceX began their operations. Newstead said that where there used to be a dozen or more nests, starting last year they only found two. And this year, there was only one, he added. The location was ideal for SpaceX in part because of its proximity to the equator -- where the earth spins faster, giving rockets a boost on their way up. Texas competed with other states before SpaceX chose Boca Chica. The state offered more than $15 million in incentives and passed a bipartisan bill allowing the public beach to be shut down during launches and tests, an FAA safety requirement. Limited closures to Highway 4, the only way in and out of Boca Chica, would also be allowed. Watch till the end to know more about how SpaceX launch site brings controversy to Texas town.

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  • SpaceX Super Heavy Booster 4 Mounted on the Orbital Launch Mount again READY for BIG TESTS!!

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    Finally, on 8th, August, Super heavy Booster 4 was lifted and mounted on the orbital launch mount. Look at those Raptors. It is awesome.

    Now, what next?
    Maybe another fit check with ship 20, to check the clamps, and the Quick Disconnect, on the tower, and on the launch mount.
    Or a cryogenic proof test in the next days, and static fire after that, or testing the plumbing work between the ship and the booster.

    Actually, SpaceX once again installed 29 Raptors on Booster 4 at the end of last month. This time around, though, all of those engines are believed to be ready for flight – or, at minimum, static fire testing – after completing qualification testing at SpaceX’s Central Texas development facilities. Intriguingly, every one of Super Heavy’s outer ring of 20 ‘Raptor Boost engines is also expected to have its own small umbilical panel that will connect to the orbital launch pad’s ground systems.

    Most of those individual engine connectors had yet to be installed and it’s unclear if SpaceX was actually able to test the complex mechanisms before Super Heavy returned to the build site. This time, all 20 engine umbilical actuators have been installed on the launch mount and it’s safe to assume that those mechanisms will be tested extensively in the coming weeks.
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  • How SpaceX will REVOLUTIONIZE space flights forever!

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    SpaceX's orbital launch will REVOLUTIONIZE space flights forever!

    All of the space community, may they be friends of Musk or foes, have one question on their minds. When will the orbital launch from SpaceX happen? Apart from the popular belief that it is being delayed due to being done in Musk's time, there is a regulatory body involved that is acting as a hurdle. Once that is out of the way and the SN20 performs its mission successfully, it will revolutionize spaceflights forever. The tension taken by SpaceX competitors can be seen clearly as Blue Origin is restlessly trying to launch and land its rockets. What makes the Starship different is that it won't just be limited to the suborbital but will go beyond that to the moon, mars, and other parts of the galaxy. How high are the stakes for the SN20 flight? What is stopping musk from doing it already? And is the starship any different from the space shuttles of the past?

    The video today will go over the details of the SN20 launch and how the future of space travel depends on it. Next we will discuss how the FAA is standing in the way of Musk and the test flight. Then we will compare the Starship to NASA’s space shuttle in the last part of the video and see how these two stand against one another. Here’s a quick reminder that you can subscribe for free and like the video so that we can boost the algorithm. Comments are most welcomed and the best ones will get featured in one of our upcoming videos

    SN20 Orbital flight
    Musk has found himself in such a position that he has to show a successful launch and landing of the Starship rocket to prove that he is putting his money where his mouth is. This will be done by the SN20. Other important things such as payload testing, flight paths, sustainability, and crew inhabitants will come as the next step after that. SN20’s prevalence will change the variables of space travel such as distance, costs, speed, reusability, weight, and payload capacity.
    Mankind’s visit to the moon after almost fifty years depends on the success of the starships. It will also act as the vessel that takes the first of earthlings to the red planet. There are several other applications as well that will not necessarily be related to space such as suborbital commercial flights to places around the world.
    No other company but NASA has been able to make spacecraft that have taken human beings to space. We will be comparing one of them with the starship in the latter portion of this video.
    All eyes are now on SpaceX as it gets ready to launch the SN20 ahead of the scheduled time of 2022-2023. The flight will be orbital, meaning that it will go beyond the suborbital limits. This will act as a certification of Musk’s company being space-ready. There is a substantial hurdle faced by it which we will discuss in just a while and it stands in the way of the test flight.
    The flight path for SN20 originated from Texas and circumnavigates the globe to its destination in Hawaii. The rocket used for this purpose will be the Falcon Super Heavy. Its booster stage will be embossed with 32 raptor engines while the spacecraft itself will have six of these. This structure will stand tall at one hundred and twenty meters or four hundred feet.
    Most of the previous starship test flights have either ended with explosions or failure to properly end the mission. The stakes are very high for SN20 as it has to clear up the name of its parent company and open doors to several prospects, apart from massive bragging rights for Musk. His technology is made to prove a point of powerful, safer, refillable, and viable starship rockets.

    Methane fuel controversy
    The Federal Aviation Administration or FAA has launched an investigation on the Methane fuel being used as a basic propellant for the Starship rocket. It may seem like using liquid methane is no big of an odd thing but it gets burnt up with liquid oxygen by the raptor engines. It is the first-ever engine that was ever made to use this type of fuel. The FAA has to check the environmental impact of using such a propellant in a novel application.
    Musk’s company claims that using liquid methane as a fuel has several advantages such as economical viability, ability to passively cool, the convenience of use, and easy long-term storage. There is a possibility that the FAA may even find that methane is much better to use as rocket fuel. This will be done in comparison to hydrogen-powered rockets. If this happens, many others will also follow SpaceX’s path and use it.
    A very obvious yet strategic reason to opt for liquid methane is that it can be synthesized very easily on the planet Mars. Many planets including the red planet have an abundant supply of carbon dioxide and frozen water pockets. These two can be used as raw materials to manufacture methane.
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  • SpaceX Starship Update, DearMoon announcement, Rocket Lab Neutron and Starlink

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    Join us as we explore what SpaceX is doing to prepare the booster for the enormous task as well as the latest developments of the mighty super heavy booster.
    First of all, let's find out what Elon Musk's great ambitions with the Super Heavy Booster are?
    Elon Musk has great ideas for space exploration, and one of his lifelong goals is to establish human settlement on Mars. Musk will require a powerful spaceship capable of lifting big payloads to transport all of the essential goods from Earth to Mars in order to transport the colonists to the red planet. The spacecraft must be capable of traversing the immense distance that separates the two worlds. The starship will be used for additional purposes, such as transporting bulk freight and crew to Earth's orbit or other regions in space. It will also transport NASA astronauts to the moon's surface from its orbit. Musk has also proposed that starships be used as unique space refueling stations for other starships embarking on extended interplanetary journeys.
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  • Top 5 facts about SpaceX Starship you never Know || Kerosene as a Fuel ? Elon Musk is a Genius!

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    Top 5 facts about SpaceX Starship you never Know || Kerosene as a Fuel ? OMG !!
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    The SpaceX Starship system consists of a family of spacecraft, a super-heavy booster, and a ground support infrastructure, all under development by SpaceX. When the booster and a suitable spacecraft are stacked together, the result is a fully reusable, two-stage-to-orbit super heavy-lift launch vehicle.

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    Dame uses the old mild steel hatch cover as a bolting ring (big washer) and nitrile rubber as a gasket so steel doesn't touch acrylic or tank steel.
    Ship cat Moran keeps a watch on events. It's been a busy week finishing off the four front tanks (2 x water and 2 x diesel or vegetable oil).

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  • Crews Replace Ship 20s Heat Shield Tiles | SpaceX Boca Chica

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    As SpaceX prepares to test Ship 20, crews replace many of its damaged heat shield tiles. Meanwhile, three sea-level Raptor engines are delivered to the Launch Site and a Common Dome Section, believed to be for Booster 5, is prepped for flipping.

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  • Russias MISERABLE Attempt To COPY SpaceX & Elon Musk

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  • Starbase, SpaceX, Starlink, Astra, Firefly, Raumfahrt Wochenrückblick 4.9.2021

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  • HOURS AGO!! SpaceX Will SOON Roll-out Super Heavy BOOSTER 4 For Cryo & Static Test

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    Spacex’s inspiration 4 team completed the mission’s flight readiness review yesterday and are targeting a 24 hour launch window, which starts at 8pm EDT on September 14th.
    The inspiration 4crew got to see the dragon cupola before it was installed to crew dragon resilience! This cupola will provide some amazing views of earth from orbit. There’s also a camera mounted on the outside to capture these types of shots.

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  • Reaver Causes Destruction of FireFly

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  • SpaceX Starship Sn20 Is Finally Going Orbital | SpaceX Sn20 Flight Plan.

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    SpaceX Starship Sn20 Is Finally Going Orbital | SpaceX Sn20 Flight Plan.

    SN20 (which is short for Serial No.20), is the latest in a series of prototype launches for the Starship series. The final version of the spacex Starship spacecraft will have six Raptor engines, and the final Super Heavy version will likely be powered by 32 Raptor engines. The upper stage is 165 feet(50 meters) tall and is also known, confusingly, as Starship.

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    SpaceX's Starship program, which boasts the world's tallest and most powerful rocket, will eventually put people and cargo on Mars. The latest prototype, spacex SN20, is waiting for the chance to go into orbit. Several other prototypes have made flights, ground tests and sometimes even testing mistakes in the effort to improve future flights.

    The world’s most powerful rocket will soon roar to life at SpaceX’s Starbase launch site in Texas. The monstrous Super Heavy Booster 4 will be the first rocket prototype to propel spacex Starship (SN20) to orbit during the debut orbital flight test. It is equipped with 29 methane-fueled Raptor engines that can generate over 16 million pounds of thrust at full throttle. Engineers plan to launch the stainless-steel spacecraft to orbit from Boca Chica Beach, Texas, and conduct a soft-touchdown in the ocean near a military base off the northwest coast of Kauai, Hawaii. To prepare for this ambitious space flight they will conduct a series of ground tests. SpaceX Starship SN20 and Super Heavy Booster 4 will undergo individual testing before being stacked again.

    The first test is expected to be a cryogenic proof test during which the vehicle will be subjected to very cold temperatures and pressure with liquid nitrogen. This test is designed to assess the vehicle’s strength. If the vehicle endures this test, SpaceX will ignite Booster 4’s Raptor engines during a static-fire test, the engines will be ignited for a few seconds while the vehicle remains grounded to the mount with hold-on clamps. . The max number of engines that engineers have tested at once with previous SpaceX Starship prototypes is three; Igniting 29 Raptors at once is an extremely powerful force to attempt to hold-down at the launch mount without causing damage to the launch pad zone.

    For the first orbital test flight of the space company, SpaceX hopes that the starship SN20 and Booster 4 will have a successful campaign for the program.

    Starship SN20 is already at the launch pad as well. Both SN20 and Booster 4 are expected to undergo separate pre-flight testing campaigns. Each vehicle will undergo a cryogenic proof test and a static-fire test of their engines in the weeks ahead. Starship SN20 is equipped with 6 Raptors, three are vacuum-optimized Raptors specially designed for propulsion in space. The company has never fired over three engines simultaneously, Booster 4 has 29 Raptors.

    If the plan goes well, the SN20 will circle around the Earth on the way to its orbit. It would hit the Pacific Ocean specifically to the location near Kauai Island in Hawaii. Meanwhile, the Super Heavy Booster will fly for a while before plunging to the Gulf of Mexico after a few moments.

    NASA recently selected Starship as the crewed lander for its Artemis program, which plans to put humans on the moon later in the 2020s. Starship is a fully reusable, two-stage transportation system that SpaceX plans to use to ferry cargo and people to the moon, Mars and other destinations in the solar system.

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  • Why Elon Musk Doesnt Take Blue Origin Seriously

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    car concept in development by Tesla Inc. The Roadster is the successor to Tesla's first production
    car, which was the 2008 Roadster. The second-generation Tesla Roadster is a 2+2 coupé, with a
    removable glass roof. It was designed by Franz von Holzhausen, Tesla's chief designer who has
    also been responsible for mostly earlier vehicles made by Tesla Motors. The Roadster has a 2+2
    seating arrangement, with smaller rear seats for two passengers.
    When it comes to rapid launch technology, electric vehicles are absolute torque monsters with an
    abundance of silent low-end acceleration that would disgrace most classic cars. This speed can
    be quite addictive. In many Elon Musk Tesla models, 0 to 60 mph times are often clocked in
    under three seconds. But this seems all but a mere child’s play to Musk, who recently announced
    plans on the future Tesla Roadsters to install rocket thrusters.
    Tesla boss Elon Musk has added another mind-boggling feature to the wish list he has for the
    upcoming second-generation Tesla Roadster. A couple of years ago, Musk stated that Tesla
    would give rocket thrusters on the new Roadster as part of a special ‘SpaceX package’.
    Tesla offers a special option on the next Roadster with SpaceX cold-gas thrusters. Musk said that
    the new Tesla “Will use SpaceX cold gas thruster system with ultra-high-pressure air in a
    composite overwrapped pressure vessel in place of the 2 rear seats. SpaceX option package for
    the new Tesla Roadster will include ~10 small rocket thrusters arranged seamlessly around the
    car. These rocket engines dramatically improve acceleration, top speed, braking & cornering.
    Maybe they will even allow a Tesla to fly”.
    It would suck your eyeballs to the back of your skull by accomplishing that same 0-60 task in
    just 1.1 second, which rivals the acceleration capabilities of a Formula One racecar, by equipping
    his sporty EVs with cold gas thrusters used in his SpaceX spacecraft’s.
    Well what are thrusters? Let’s first discuss it real quick. A cold gas thruster is a very
    straightforward device. It only ejects a high-velocity stream of gas. These devices are used by
    Tesla and the space industry in general to control the altitude, roll, and other parameters of
    spacecraft where small amounts of thrust are required. Cold gas thrusters are inefficient
    machines.
    Elon has made some bold plans to merge the technologies of his two largest companies by
    incorporating rocket thrusters into future specialized models of Tesla's Roadster. According to

    Musk, the thrusters will not actually combust, but will instead expel highly pressurized cold air,
    giving the Tesla an extra boost in acceleration. It's a move that may technically work, but it
    confounds industry experts and engineers: the thrusters won't be very efficient, and they're
    unlikely to be street legal.
    Well Musk is specifically referring to incorporating a critical piece of hardware from SpaceX's
    Falcon 9 rocket — a tank known as a composite overwrapped pressure vessel, or COPV. These
    bottles are made of a thin metal liner wrapped in carbon fibers and are an excellent way to store a
    large amount of pressurized air in a small space. They're also relatively light, which is why many
    rocket manufacturers like to use them to help pressurize their rockets.

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  • SpaceX’s Ambitious Mission to Colonize Mars

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    Humans have dreamt about living among the stars ever since we first looked up at the night sky. But actually leaving our planet is incredibly hard. In fact, escaping Earth's gravity well is so hard that over 90% of the entire weight of a rocket is just fuel. So how can we ever colonize Mars if it's so hard to just get the bare necessities into orbit?

    Making our species multi-planetary is going to be the single more epic challenge of all time. In this video, we're going to look into some of the key challenges that SpaceX will have to solve today if we want to colonize Mars by 2050.

    SpaceX's Starship has many innovations that will make the trip to Mars a lot faster than the methods we've used in the past - we'll cover this and much more!

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    SpaceX team will possibly make the first attempt at an orbital flight test of Starship Super Heavy between August and September 2021 from SpaceX Launch site in Boca Chica, Texas. The schedule is dynamic and likely to change, as is the case with all development testing.

    The SpaceX Starship system is a fully-reusable, two-stage-to-orbit, super heavy-lift launch vehicle under development by SpaceX since 2012, as a self-funded private spaceflight project.

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  • RAPTOR 2.0 - Why So special?

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    Elon Musk is working so hard on his plans for humanity as the company races to put humans into space as soon as possible.

    The master goal as musk often described is to send 1 million people to Mars by 2050.
    In order to achieve this, SpaceX is redefining the current technologies, while inventing new ones to meet its main goal of making its enormous Starship and its booster Superheavy fully reusable.

    One of the most critical components of making this rocket fully reusable is the raptor engine, a methane-powered engine that will power the Mars rocket to its destination, not to be confused with the Merlin that SpaceX uses on the falcon 9 and falcon heavy rockets.

    The Raptor engine is being built specifically for SpaceX’s under-development vehicles Starship and its booster Superheavy.

    Last week, CEO Elon Musk announced that the company plans to build an engine known as “Raptor 2.” A new version of the current Raptor engine that would be more powerful and efficient.

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  • SpaceX Lifts SuperHeavy, Fire Alarms in ISS, Rocket Lab IoT Constellation.

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    SpaceX Lifts SuperHeavy, Fire Alarms in ISS, Rocket Lab IoT Constellation.

    SpaceX lifts giant Super Heavy rocket onto launch stand again
    SpaceX's first true Super Heavy rocket is back on the launch stand.
    Technicians lifted the 29-engine Super Heavy vehicle known as Booster 4 onto the orbital launch mount at SpaceX's Starbase site in South Texas
    The move came just over a month after the 230-foot-tall (70 meters) Booster 4 was first hoisted onto the pad, then topped with a prototype spacecraft called SN20 (short for Serial No. 20) in the first-ever stacking of a full-size Starship vehicle. The duo was quickly de-stacked, however, so that further work could be performed on both elements.
    Fire alarms sounded at the Russian segment of the International Space Station.
    Fire and smoke alarms went off at the Russian segment of the International Space Station in the early hours of Thursday, and the crew reported noticing smoke and the smell of burnt plastic.
    Russia's space agency Roscosmos said the incident took place in the Russian-built Zvezda module and occurred as the station's batteries were being recharged.
    According to Roscosmos, the crew activated air filters and returned back to their “night rest once the air quality was back to normal. The crew will proceed with a spacewalk scheduled for Thursday as planned, the agency noted.
    Rocket Lab wins multi-launch deal for IoT constellation
    Rocket Lab will deploy an entire constellation of internet-of-things satellites for a French startup under a multi-launch deal announced Sept. 8.
    Rocket Lab said it will launch 25 satellites for Kinéis over five dedicated launches starting in the second quarter of 2023. The satellites will provide improved global IoT connectivity services for the company, which is backed by private investors and the French space agency CNES, and which raised 100 million euros in early 2020 to develop the constellation.

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  • Kistler Aerospace Gets Bankrupt After Challenging Elon Musk SpaceX

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    How Kistler Aerospace gets bankrupt When They Start Competing With Elon Musk Today Space X.
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    Kistler Aerospace was the name of this company. If the company's name sounds familiar, it's because it was dusted in ground by 2009.
    We need to discover out who Kistler Aerospace was, and how SpaceX played a role in their collapse.
    to get to the bottom of this, We must start from the beginning.
    Kistler aerospace was founded in 1993 by Walter Kistler and Bob Citron as a private company in Kirkland, Washington.
    The company's main goal was to supply NASA with completely reusable rockets, that could enter Earth's orbit at a low cost.
    The company flourished quickly in the 1990s, thanks to large investor backing and a strong team; it's worth noting that the current president of blue origin, rob meyerson, served as a senior management at kistler aerospace from 1997 to 2003.


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  • EcoRocket: Episode 12 - Second Stage Additional Tests I

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