Jeromey Hinojosa
Jeromey Hinojosa

Looks like there went NASAs hopes and dreams. Should have been nicer to Mr Musk..... out with the old. Good riddance

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disBeeLeaf
disBeeLeaf

LoL, Almost looks like SpaceX wasn't expecting it to land and coming up with a plan of what to do with it.

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Mathias
Mathias

Regarding time stamps, you missed one very important: 3:25 - Kicking on the small fuel tank 😂

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Andrew Donald
Andrew Donald

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Gerald harold
Gerald harold

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Kartikay D pawar
Kartikay D pawar

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Lipton camila
Lipton camila

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Chris Sain
Chris Sain

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Gerald harold
Gerald harold

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Barry Kennedy
Barry Kennedy

True thought unfortunately mine always ends up with losses😭😭

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David MCAL
David MCAL

SN15 is beautiful and, you made millions of people's dreams come true that day.!.

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David MCAL
David MCAL

Elon doesn't have to rush now. Elon,, you should take a day or two off and decompress.

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LegendLength
LegendLength

1:53 does beachbot have a little house there?

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Xion - Gaming
Xion - Gaming

9:13:42 did i just see a spaceX engineer say hello to the cameras?

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Treebeard Ent
Treebeard Ent

Have any starships been hit by Lightning yet?

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TheMoneypresident
TheMoneypresident

Swiss family Robinson on a starship movie?

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Mr Dandelion
Mr Dandelion

"Oh crap, it landed! Guys, bring me some C4!"

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hawkdsl
hawkdsl

I guess we're going to totally ignore the legs depicted on BN3?? @5:07

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SKM
SKM

16:27

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benny goodman
benny goodman

I can´t wait for the one where people can be in the starship and just fly to space and land back safely (I just hope it doesn't explode when there are people in there)

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Battlehammer
Battlehammer

I’m fairly sure by the time they let people in, it will have already flown dozens of cargo missions demonstrating reliability of the vehicle. Although it’s still rocketry and not commercial aviation so the risk will be higher I guess...for now.

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Donald Tucker
Donald Tucker

SpaceX:"Holy Cow it landed. What do we do now?"

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Tilt Controls
Tilt Controls

Of course it's different people dealing with rocket launches and recovery operations, but it's incredible to see business as usual keeping on the grind after this momentous test.

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Flame of Schy
Flame of Schy

a step closer to being interplanetary

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Scott
Scott

🤔

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ger65 h
ger65 h

very cool they succesfully landed gratz space x keep up the good work.

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Liam Robins
Liam Robins

Congrats on your 1000th NOsection video!!! 🥳🥳🥳 And to many more to come!

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Stephen King
Stephen King

Not much recovery is evident, I guess they are still scratching their heads wondering what to do with it as they are more used to picking up scrap stainless and engine parts....

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The Name Is Irrelevant
The Name Is Irrelevant

You being an expert or what?

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VOX Gaming
VOX Gaming

This is their first tine of doing this, I guess it takes a long because it is the pathfinder.

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David MCAL
David MCAL

Where's the welder at?

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benny goodman
benny goodman

I thought the starship was gonna launch again I guess I was lied to

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Karin Snyder
Karin Snyder

@John Willoughby someone has said that SpaceX didn't plan to use these legs twice from the beginning and they are planning on different ones anyway 👍

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John Willoughby
John Willoughby

There are some close-up shots in another video showing extreme damage to the landing legs, so they would all have to be replaced at a minimum.

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Battlehammer
Battlehammer

I very much doubt they fly this particular one again. Would bet a lot more useful data can be gained from taking it apart all the way to its base components and seeing where the wear/damage/improvable parts are.

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Lensflare Deviant
Lensflare Deviant

@Rob Gater He said it might be.

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Kelly Larsen
Kelly Larsen

lol, like carl's gonna just go over there with a jerry can and fly it straight off the landing pad.... they need to have a look over it, and move it back to the launch pad at the absolute least. They may replace/inspect the engines, they may go over the flight data and tweak variables, they will likely pressure test it to make sure all the plumbing is still good, they may fly sn16 while they work on sn15, they may even just use sn15 for booster tests. They may just keep it sitting around for a time when they blow up a prototype but don't immediately have another to refly. There's soooooo many things Elon could mean by his tweet. They may just end up scrapping it. Elon simply said he was considering it.

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300DBenz
300DBenz

STILL waiting for the KABOOM......

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Magesh Magesh
Magesh Magesh

Haii

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Quarryryde
Quarryryde

Quality. Quality.

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Duder McDudeface
Duder McDudeface

"Cyro" is the new "norminal"!

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Jerry Brown
Jerry Brown

Silly thing cannot leave earths orbit and they cal it a starship. Elon is such a bs artist.

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FullFlow14
FullFlow14

@Jerry Brown it's literally a prototype without the booster. It's not a freaking ssto

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Jerry Brown
Jerry Brown

@Marcus Sol it is tough to tell given the sycophant fanboys that fawn over him.

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Marcus Sol
Marcus Sol

^^^Obvious troll is obvious ^^^

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Marc Arrowitz
Marc Arrowitz

That black stripe on the rocket looks phenomenal! :)

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FHM Consulting
FHM Consulting

In 2 years SpaceX have designed and created the 747 of rockets. In a paddock. In a construction site. In 2 years NSF has designed and created a virtual TV Network. As entertaining & informative AF. For tankwatchers and those who want inspiration.

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Mr. Bacon Toast
Mr. Bacon Toast

👍

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tinkerbull
tinkerbull

It was a pleasure to watch the stream and I appreciate the whole team for making this edit and that stream possible.

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Marlon Kevlar
Marlon Kevlar

This channel's name is misleading!

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Kevin Casey
Kevin Casey

Just a thought. Video froze from SN15 due to the link (probably in the 20 ish GHz range) being absorbed by the clouds but since telemetry is carried in the MHz range the clouds had no effect and the signal was rx'd as normal. Perhaps Nasaspaceflight could confirm?

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Michael Miller
Michael Miller

Space exploration is about prospecting for precious metals not looking for signs of life. We know where there is live and we need to take care of earth.

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Astro BoySpaceX
Astro BoySpaceX

I'm watching history been made. Thank you NSF.

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Peter Picroc
Peter Picroc

A sight for sore eyes: a Starship that has landed and is in one piece! It looks so good! I know they won't, but they probably could: put her on a stand, refuel and fly her again. Such an awesome thought!

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Bishop
Bishop

Yah but if you could just design a smokeless ashtray for it to land in... BWAhaha!! Excellent job all Ya'll I'm proud for you!

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Astro BoySpaceX
Astro BoySpaceX

Interesting bit of research, the largest Roll-Lift crane (Liebherr LR 13000) weighs 748 tonnes. whereas the ISS weighs in at 450 tonnes (the components on Earth that is). I'm not sure whether the Bluezilla (8 mins into the video) is a LR 13000, but interesting comparison to what was launched into space to build the ISS. Looks like Bluezilla is a LR 1600/2, so probably close to 660 tonnes.

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Human
Human

That LR1600/2 is called Tankzilla by NSF watchers. As for Bluezilla, it was the crane they used to built the high bay, Manitowoc 18000 series

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Patrick Lipsinic
Patrick Lipsinic

@2:32, those are B series maintenance stands. We use those in aircraft maintenance. That should be a B2 stand.

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Astro BoySpaceX
Astro BoySpaceX

Rare footage of things actually MADE IN THE USA ....

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Astro BoySpaceX
Astro BoySpaceX

Watching a space port / factory being built. I wish we had this coverage when Kennedy Space Centre was being built in the 60's. Thank you Mary and NSF team.

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cLOSERtoG0d
cLOSERtoG0d

this is so awesome ... i love it

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Kenneth Otto
Kenneth Otto

Guys, you made ABC News regarding the Chinese satellite falling to Earth very soon. ABC News report aired on WFTV Eyewitness News 9 at 4:30 pm EDT 07 May 2021.

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Titch C
Titch C

Playback dangercam liftoff at 0.25 speed to see each individual raptor ignition! Awesome stuff!

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oncar1
oncar1

Wash the windows and check the tyres

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crazy tech
crazy tech

Fellow me guys 🖤🖤

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The Observer
The Observer

Is there any hetrosexual among them or they are all gays?

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Jozsef Virag
Jozsef Virag

SN 12 - 13 - 14 maybe now going to tankfarm ? 😅

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I bims net Moji
I bims net Moji

999 Video. Lets gooooo

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theangryintern
theangryintern

8:16 Why do they put Tankzilla on a transporter since it can move under it's own power? Is it just because the tank treads would cause damage to the road?

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iamjadedhobo
iamjadedhobo

Yes.

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bobbywalter
bobbywalter

Nice work 🙂 🙂

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0блαчηьιй βετеρ
0блαчηьιй βετеρ

8:18:18 That missing TPS tile, though

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sergio ll
sergio ll

There was a fire but on this perspective everything seems to be fine!

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Billie Jones
Billie Jones

And as it is appointed unto men once to die, but after this the judgment: (Hebrews 9:27) And the times of this ignorance God winked at; but now commandeth all men every where to repent: (Acts 17:30) For godly sorrow worketh repentance to salvation not to be repented of: but the sorrow of the world worketh death. (2 Corinthians 7:10) I tell you, Nay: but, except ye repent, ye shall all likewise perish. (Luke 13:5) For whosoever shall call upon the name of the Lord shall be saved. (Romans 10:13)

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Derek Behr
Derek Behr

​Will SN15 fly some day again???

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Philip Greenawalt
Philip Greenawalt

The Starships are going to look sinister when they are completely covered in those black heat shield tiles.

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loctite222ms
loctite222ms

I'd like to know more about what was going on with the post landing fire.

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Tabby Dowling
Tabby Dowling

You should look up Everyday Astronaut. He is incredibly detailed and informative about pre, during, and post for anything SpaceX.

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Mike Lanphear
Mike Lanphear

5:10 Peep the BN picture on the tag. Legs!

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Jo LiMag
Jo LiMag

I’d love to see some closeups of the heat tiles damage

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Jozef Suhajda
Jozef Suhajda

This is Kirks ship

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Nova626
Nova626

Thanks for the different views of this Wright Brothers' like moment in time. Who else can do what SpaceX does ? Answer: No one.

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Ernest Galvan
Ernest Galvan

05:00 Big, clearly printed in large font, ringed in blue, full description in plain English, facing the camera. They JUST happen to always be in view... Coincidence? Or a "tip 'o the hat" in thanks to BocaChicaGal?

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Lorence Hill
Lorence Hill

Very nice takeoff and landing. We all knew they could do it. Not like some in the industry that talk the talk but don't really walk the walk. Congrats on a great coverage NSF and go SpaceX. One thing l just have to say SpaceX your fire suppression system sucks.

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Ernest Galvan
Ernest Galvan

03:24 kick the tires, and light the fires

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Cory Crandell
Cory Crandell

So what's next? Second 15 flight? 16? Or will they stop test flights for a while to get the tower and launch facility built?

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Richard Voght
Richard Voght

Blue Origin isnt even in the same league as SpaceX.

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iamjadedhobo
iamjadedhobo

Still, their engine will power ULA's Vulcan.

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Ken Helmers
Ken Helmers

Thanks Mary and the NSF Crew :)

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P Peja
P Peja

How it will be recovered after landing on the Moon or Mars? And after that it should fly again and land somewhere else.

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Stephen A. Hoenig
Stephen A. Hoenig

5 by 5. What does that even mean?

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