SpaceX wins a multi-billion dollar NASA moon lander contract!

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    SpaceX wins a multi-billion dollar NASA moon lander contract! Yes, you read that correctly. SpaceX has been officially awarded a massive contract with NASA for the human landing system. We cover that along with a rundown of Starship updates for the week, and also this week we’ll be taking a look at SpaceX’s upcoming Orbital Launch complexes in Boca Chica. We’ll be discussing what each element of the complex does, how the Launch complex will operate, and how it's different from other launch complexes across the globe. There is a lot to cover in this one.
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bqcjm2ldnstuff
bqcjm2ldnstuff

Did anyone noticed strange light which appears near Starship at 2:17 and disappears second after behind tank and reappears at 2:21? Very strange! It can not be a light reflection because it's obvious that thing went behind tank. Seems to me that our progress is "being supervised".

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Bubba Fatas
Bubba Fatas

Yeah can’t wait for the next Boca Chica explosion! Hyper loop! Hahaha

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IrishEyes
IrishEyes

Billions being spent on space exploration while homeless sleeping on streets - just seems sad.

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rockyduck gaming
rockyduck gaming

That didn't age well

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Доктор Джеймс
Доктор Джеймс

7:32 might as well have it if not needed.

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Franki3nm
Franki3nm

Keep it up brother! Love your content.

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Jose Bohnenblust
Jose Bohnenblust

maybe there wouldnt be time or enough manpower to make a flame diverter . on mars or moon, /lakes

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Dylan Dreisbach
Dylan Dreisbach

That clamping system reminds me of Kerbal Space Program.

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Daan Vos
Daan Vos

starship realy looks like the space art from the past

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aeroripper
aeroripper

classic 1950s sci-fi specifically

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Tom Davies
Tom Davies

Where did you get your shirt from?

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Ken Helmers
Ken Helmers

Great video!

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gi4dtv
gi4dtv

My biggest fear is that Starship would tip over with those little legs at the bottom.

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Angel Aguilar
Angel Aguilar

Spacex for national defense? Anyone agree

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Mr Hexadus
Mr Hexadus

mind not plastering your name all over someones ship. i know you funded it, but you didn't build it.

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Tom Fournier
Tom Fournier

They should bring something from the Apollo Missions back. What a full circle that would be. 🤯

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chiemezue atubi
chiemezue atubi

Does Blue Origin have a leg problem on there ships?

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Conchi Jimenez
Conchi Jimenez

👍🏻👍🏻🚀🪐

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Darren Wittman
Darren Wittman

Um hope they build a elevator, that's a long ways up and down, or a dead man system lol,and build a bird cage around there shoulders to protect there helmets from being damaged, them boy's come close to busting their helmets last time being boy's

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Chad
Chad

Your videos are the best... out of all the SpaceX youtubers easily the most professional

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Marcus House
Marcus House

Glad you think so!

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SFS Cosmic
SFS Cosmic

🌎🚀🌑

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Mike Pike
Mike Pike

Delay in construction was most probably due to the time it takes for concrete to dry before you can advance.

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Fallen Hero
Fallen Hero

then congrats to the real first man to land on the moon..

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Adrian Schapendonk
Adrian Schapendonk

To the moon for REAL this time?

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stephen porter
stephen porter

🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿

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Manu TRi
Manu TRi

cool

25 өдрийн өмнө
kamikazejs
kamikazejs

Another thought- while it's great to build your own tanks, the SpaceX-made tanks are probably much thinner-skinned than the purpose-built storage tanks designed for long-term storage here on Earth. Especially with stacking them vertically like that, I hope SpaceX engineers will reinforce them internally and externally to prevent damage during a hurricane (or even a storm surge). The combination of being much lighter and standing vertically makes them much more prone to being knocked over by very strong winds, or even lighter winds if a natural resonance happens with one of the vibration modes of the tank. I can see part of the point, since their vision is to use or construct tanks efficiently for orbital, lunar and Martian use but those are very different environments.

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kamikazejs
kamikazejs

It's a big stretch to call the exhaust from a Methane/LOx rocket - mostly water and carbon dioxide - a "pollutant". While I applaud developing and perfecting the technology to manufacture your own methane & LOx fuel in-situ, I would wager that doing so here on Earth would be *extremely* expensive and add millions of dollars in cost to the launch of every Starship rocket compared to just running an LNG pipeline out to Boca Chica and Cape Canaveral (if it doesn't have one already). Has anyone looked into this further? Remember, our first goal needs to be to viciously drive down the cost of launching into orbit. The reason other rocket programs have failed to do that is partly because people became too distracted in trying to fulfill other goals, political and economic, at the same time. Having these rockets be 'carbon-neutral' really isn't going to make any difference for the planet (it's a drop in a bucket), but FINALLY enabling affordable space access will DEFINITELY make a difference. It's like the difference between a military which focuses on being carbon-neutral and/or not offending anyone on twitter, vs. a military that focuses first on keeping its citizens safe and preventing the outbreak of war.

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Duane Lawrence
Duane Lawrence

Concrete has to cure. You can have fast curring concrete but it won't last for 200 years like concrete that takes a month to cure. I am not a road engineer and they know a lot more than me. Talk to an engineer that knows concrete.

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Capt Walker
Capt Walker

Whatever they come up with has to be deliverable to the moon and Mars. I'd think some sort of mastic, concrete type of stuff that can be replaced and will stabilize the ground to keep junk from damaging the rocket. R2D2 concrete mixer, spreader dropped off and turned loose. Maybe those little dogs with red wagons.

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Sailing Takitezy
Sailing Takitezy

Please play hoodoo gurus death defying, off the Mars needs guitars albums,!!

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Shaheen Chowdhury
Shaheen Chowdhury

Marcus can you not get a render of what the facility might look like once it has been built?

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Ossie Dunstan
Ossie Dunstan

getting them no problem keeping them alive and getting them back well, I will not be volunteering.

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20 Percent
20 Percent

Congrats SpaceX! Thank you NASA for making the right decision.

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Kevin Riley
Kevin Riley

Curious as to why current renders for the lunar Starship still include sea-level Raptors. One would thing they'd want to save weight if this version isn't going to come back any closer than LEO.

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Andromeda One
Andromeda One

Lol

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Tom Kazansky
Tom Kazansky

So moxie generated oxygen on mars today. :)

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Thunder Bug Creative
Thunder Bug Creative

It's crazy how relatively low tech the building materials and equipment is for a space program literally trying to go to Mars. "Hey hop in that beat ass fork lift and bring me the suborbital gyroscopic thermal foil component system out of that beat ass shipping container over there in the dirt"

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Luis T. Puig
Luis T. Puig

I don't like that the booster is going to come close to the tower, and the tower is going to "catch it." This requires great descent precision, every time, and as we all know, nothing is perfect in life, with the likely scenario that one time the boosters misses its alignment, slamming into the tower, and collapsing it all...

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Gus inabus
Gus inabus

If it will take off from unfinished ground on other planets it must be able to leave earth without the flame diverted. So no flame diverter

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emkkahn
emkkahn

I'm always wondering, "Was I born too soon or too late?" Got to see the first Apollo missions, but I really want to see what Space X/NASA/Blue Origin/etc do in the next few decades! I guess I'd better stay in shape and pray that my mind stays fit as well...LOL!

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shawn douglass
shawn douglass

Man, what I would give to be a welder on the Spacex Crew!!!!

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Tom Stiff
Tom Stiff

They gotta land one on Earth first.

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Do not
Do not

🐈‍⬛

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Michael Maxie
Michael Maxie

NASA has been researching the concept of recycling urine back into drinking water but also processing human waste into plant fertilizer and its methane byproduct i to usable rocket fuel.

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Michael Fuchs
Michael Fuchs

Is this going to be a ride in that Flash Gordon styled flying trashcan with a high failure rate? Or has SpaceX invented an electric rocket with 100 x better batteries while being 100 x cheaper (but also secretly 100 x larger and heavier for ONLY 3 x the original cost and 5 x past the original deadline)? 🤔 Any psychedelic LED light effects during the trip? 🌈 🦄 🤔 🤣🤣🤣

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shawn douglass
shawn douglass

Yes you'll get the light effects, if you drop the good acid, Not the Brown acid!!!😜

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Dark Waters
Dark Waters

What if one of the clamps malfunctions and doesn't release the rocket?

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John Brooks
John Brooks

I’m no engineer but that idea of catching the booster IMO is destined to fail !! There are too many variables to ensure the booster will land exactly in the correct spot.

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NZVideoGuy
NZVideoGuy

Not gonna happen. They never went. They never will. Wrong body.

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Andrew 13579
Andrew 13579

The Moon is a very good testing ground for development of surface hardware, procedures and processes intended for Mars, is it not?...and pretty much always only a few days away, instead of 180 days away once every 700 days or so. Can't anyone see the benefit of that? If it (hardware for Mars) can withstand the harsh temperatures, radiation and vacuum of the Lunar surface, would it not likely be well suited for Mars? Now, the Moon can't test reentry systems, but the Earth can do that. Lunar Starship is in a class of its own, compared with the other two landers. It is so much larger. When they land a Lunar Starship on the Moon, it will be an instant Moon base. Of course, I still have many questions about how it's going to work. Also, with Super Heavy launching Lunar Starship (Should just call it 'Moonship' since it will be so much different) to orbit and the crew riding comfortably in the spacious craft on the voyage to the Moon, is there any need for SLS, Orion, or the Lunar Gateway? ........But wait!! Can Lunar Starship launch to orbit on a SH and then propel itself to the Moon and land...all on the original fuel load it had when it departed Earth? Or does it have to be refueled in LEO several times just to be able to get to the Moon and land? And what about a return trip to LEO? If that's what has to happen for each trip to the Moon, that's a big item we all seem to keep overlooking.

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Andrew 13579
Andrew 13579

@Wojtek Sykurski Thanks! Too wasteful, isn’t it? Makes Lunar Starship an expendable vehicle. But maybe it always has been, I don’t know.

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Wojtek Sykurski
Wojtek Sykurski

Answering Your questions: - Star Ship requires refueling in orbit before trip to Moon orbit - When Star Ship is in Lunar Orbit, Nasa launches crewed SLS with Orion. Than Orion is docking with Star Ship, crew goes from Orion to Star Ship. If it sounds strange: NASA is obligated by Congress to use Orion for this mission. No way to go around this. - Star Ship Lands on Moon and stay there with crew for ~20 days. - Star Ship launches to Lunar Orbit and rendezvous with Orion. Crew goes back to capsule, and than Orion is launched to Earth - Star Ship either remains in Lunar Orbit (no atmo. drag there) or will be launched to Heliocentric orbit.

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drake cain
drake cain

He truly can con anyone :) good bye billions :)

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Latex Dreams
Latex Dreams

change amazing to nominal

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Latex Dreams
Latex Dreams

i have a feeling we'll watch many more sucesses !

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Abdeljalilkeddaoui
Abdeljalilkeddaoui

put space x on stock exchage

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Rusty Nail
Rusty Nail

Marcus!! I would love to see a deep dive into the fuel production facility they are building. Love your content!!!

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George K
George K

They might send a cybertruck or 2. Well done Elon

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Athuall
Athuall

Super video! I applauded for £2.00 👏

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Jay Best
Jay Best

"Touting" is usually pronounced differently.

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Black Raptor
Black Raptor

When he says SpaceX I hear SpiceX. Fits anyway.

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THE DALEK PRINCE
THE DALEK PRINCE

I'm completely confident that Superheavy will have a successful Test flight. After all, the same kind of landing is done all the time by Falcon-9 so it won't be much different. Just a BIG size difference.

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Dom Dumdum
Dom Dumdum

So NASA went for the cheapest bid. For the life of me I can’t see how this was a bad idea.

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The British Engineer
The British Engineer

Love all the ass licking Musk fans in here that have somehow forgotten..... the last 4 tests ended in explosions. Give me one example of musk technology that is either financially practical or worked as described?? Like his badly engineered heavily subsidized car range....the things don't last more than 4 years before bits stop working and are a landfill nightmare. I suggest giving the Russians the money you may get something that would get the Crews there and back...

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Brent Smith
Brent Smith

The Russians have some of the least reliable rockets in the industry, many times worse than SpaceX. Why the hell would you chose them? Falcon 9 has a 1.8% failure rate. Soyuz-2 has a 5.9% failure rate. Proton-M has a 9.9% failure rate. That's 3.3 to 5.5 times worse. The Zenit-2, while not purely Russian, is still a Soviet design using a lot of Russian-supplied components, and using a Russian launch site. If you chose to count it, it has an appalling 21% failure rate, nearly a dozen times worse. If not, Soyuz and Proton still prove the point just fine.

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BlackheartCharlie
BlackheartCharlie

The launches and landings are exciting to watch, but seeing how all of the supporting infrastructure is being created is fascinating to me. Seeing all of this being built shows how SpaceX is in this for the long haul.

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Flint Westwood
Flint Westwood

All of that just so the booster doesn't need legs???

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Joe Blow
Joe Blow

We must bombardment the moon with extra oxygen, water, and food. Also Mars. We cannot let an astronaut die while away from a habitat after his suit is punctured by a high speed particle.

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Immensae Games
Immensae Games

Elon gets me excited and hopeful for the future.

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Harris12trains
Harris12trains

Hi Marcus, I've a question. SpaceX has a fantastic system with Star ship and Moon Ship, what is the point of the Artemis program, rockets capsule and gateway station. Surely SpaceX will just launch moon astronauts to orbit or the moon with a Star ship and then dock with Moon ship for the landing. its a lot simpler and cuts out all the un reusable Nasa hardware. this would save the US government and fortune. Also Super heavy will be able to launch huge one piece space stations with many times the volume of current ISS or tiny gateway station planned. Another thought is that SpaceX will do what Nasa wants for 1st program but basically do there own thing and leave NASA to just be customers. SpaceX will have a Starbucks on the Moon by the time NASA get there act together.

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John Holgate
John Holgate

Maybe SpaceX is planning to use a directional water dampening system to push the fire and smoke away from support buildings and into a less sensitive area. Elon is the kind of guy who would invent the most powerful water jet yet.

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John Holgate
John Holgate

Since the boosters are taller than the starships, I doubt we’ll see the cherry-pickers supporting the joining of starship to boosters. -Maybe the booster catcher assembly will double as a 360° gantry for technicians to support the joining process. As far as I recall, no rocket system has been joined on the launchpad like this, so it makes sense that we’ll see a wrap around gantry to facilitate the process.

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Andrew Nobre
Andrew Nobre

hey Marcus I have a question about space x lunar starship. I saw the lunar starship does not have any wings so how will it return?

28 өдрийн өмнө
Andrew Rozario
Andrew Rozario

Marcus, in your “about” tab of your YouTube channel you explain how you have dreamed of witnessing the next big milestone in manned space flight. How thrilling it is that your channel is not only sharing the new space race with the entire planet, but more importantly your channel is shaping the imaginations of the children of today. Imagine if we had had a channel like this as children!! Tomorrow’s future scientists and engineers and explorers are growing up watching your channel.

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Karl Themel
Karl Themel

Finally, an approach that makes sense and uses current or soon to be available hardware. The National Lander is largely nonreusable. Why was America´s vision shut off for 50 years?? A flame diverter and a water system are both needed for regular launches.

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ieuan jones
ieuan jones

Those sn space ships are ship yes some succeed to land but there are a lot of bad landing when a small problem then they fix it and they take off very well but when they land they blow up we don’t need them to blow up with people on board of sn spaceship when they go to Mars

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Piccalilli Pit
Piccalilli Pit

*BUILD THEM IN A FIELD* and keep flying them until they stop exploding... I love the Spacex philosophy.

28 өдрийн өмнө
mohammad madanian
mohammad madanian

Hello mister marcus. Thank you for excellent contents. But please please please..... speake without this thick accent. It is reaaly very hard to understand properly... thank you so much

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Captain Black
Captain Black

Is it for 100th on the cost? 🤔

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Mike Thomas
Mike Thomas

Cancel SLS next....

28 өдрийн өмнө
Ashish Singh
Ashish Singh

Me personally, wanted to see Starship taking astronauts and cargo from Earth to the lunar orbit, and then Dynetics HLS being used to land astronauts on the lunar surface. Becoz it seems more safe than Starship in a way that it wouldn't tumble down. Starship landing capability should've been first tested for delivering the cargo.

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Marcus Hoffmann
Marcus Hoffmann

Please do a video on the propellant farms. I'm very interested in what's happening there3

28 өдрийн өмнө
Bad name
Bad name

Ah the Coffee version of Space Vlogs. I'm ready now.

29 өдрийн өмнө
Sentar
Sentar

Here's a simple idea without the complex framework but wouldn't there be a way to add in that trench and then in that trench ad in turbines of some sort to convert that energy into usable energy for something else

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william browning
william browning

I'd like to see that deep dive into the fuel facility.

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Megan Springsted
Megan Springsted

Space X is going to the moon and Mars no matter what NASA does so glad the choose Space X for the lander , did Blue Origin ‘s proposal actually say “ we’ll negotiate the cost later in the development, ha ha ha guess they didn’t know that the US government now uses “ Fly before buy!” ! As a tax payer it’s great that NASA picked a private company that is using its money to develop not the governments money ! This is fantastic!

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yea sure
yea sure

space x is a scam ~ elon musk is the single largest recipient of free money in America.

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20somthingdrifter11
20somthingdrifter11

This actually will be easier for Spacex, it won't need to re-enter earth's atmosphere, If you consider the size of the Ship you could send 2-3 of these and keep them on the moon and you have your first base.

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Larry Roberts
Larry Roberts

OK ----------- Here is a CRAZY Idea! What if Space X launches SN-15 up to 10 kilometers and then simply drops it back down tail first to land without doing the belly flop maneuver to demonstrate the Lunar lander Capability. Such a Performance would show the world that their Lunar Lander is the best way to go. Pretty much shut up any Blue Origin Lawsuits trying to overturn Space X's Lunar Lander Contract. Then if SN-15 Crashes and Burns doing the Belly flop maneuver next week Space X will still have a FANTASTIC FLIGHT on the Books.

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Brent Smith
Brent Smith

Won't work, Starship is aerodynamically unstable in tail-first flight. But SpaceX have already demonstrated that they can do tail-first landings perfectly well with Falcon 9.

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Solider Armatang
Solider Armatang

Imagine being so rich you just decide to build rockets.

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Truth Is in Christ
Truth Is in Christ

Can’t land on something that isn’t a rock. The moon is nothing science states as fact...

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Subbacultcha100
Subbacultcha100

If starship lands on Mars, what happens if a wind comes by and blows it over? It appears to be quite unstable. How does the rocket ship stay stable?

29 өдрийн өмнө
Brent Smith
Brent Smith

The air is much too thin for wind to be a problem on Mars. The strongest wind ever recorded there was only equivalent to about 18mph/29km/h on Earth. So only a 4 on the Beaufort scale, the sort of thing that moves plastic bags and paper around, nothing more.

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DrunkenShadow
DrunkenShadow

Jeff who ??

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ROCROCROC1
ROCROCROC1

Marcus - Musk reported a couple of weeks ago that Starship would have to have some kind of support to minimize the weight of the Starship on the Booster. I presume the catching arm or something like that would be used for that purpose. He did not say to what extent it would have to be supported but certainly through the fueling and launch cycle if not during the whole time the two are attached.

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Paul Bugnacki
Paul Bugnacki

You should definitely do a segment on the gas farm. It really is fascinating.

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Kevin Gilkey-Graham
Kevin Gilkey-Graham

I'm surprised BN-1 didn't become a tank in the tank farm instead of going to the scrap yard.

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Nick Racster
Nick Racster

MH: Best source of content on SpaceX on the internet by far. Can’t wait to watch your updates. Of SpaceX, Elon Musk is the greatest leader of improvement of any company that I am aware of.

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Bruce Campbell
Bruce Campbell

Space X may get the best function from both deluge and flame diversion. I don't think a bet purely based on deluge, without flame diversion, would be wise. Remember ex-terra launches release only a small fraction of the mechanical energy of an earth-launch (can't reasonably compare Moon/Mars launch w/ Earth launch).

29 өдрийн өмнө
Charles Mouse
Charles Mouse

Ok, well done SpaceX I wonder... as SpaceX is having trouble getting it's flying dustbin to work how long before a real rocket is actually flying? ...and having sorted the laughably simple stuff (relatively speaking) how long before the human-supporting systems are designed / tested / reliable enough for space flight? The reason I ask is there will be no scaling this way, way, way, back to an idiot "Teslas in a Tube" toy. Using 3D rendering software is NOT rocket science!

29 өдрийн өмнө
Brent Smith
Brent Smith

I mean at least SpaceX have actual flying hardware, even if it isn't quite landing yet. The other two companies had plastic mockups, which I daresay wouldn't land any better. SpaceX are also the only one of the three companies that has built and demonstrated a working life support system, on Crew Dragon. So however long they end up taking, I suspect the other two companies would have taken longer.

27 өдрийн өмнө
Kevin McCarthy
Kevin McCarthy

Good luck catching this thing coming in at even 5 MPH. I think they are spending way to much time focusing on the style of legs at this point, that can come later. Just get the thing to go up and land for now and not worry about any dead line to who ever. I would like to know just how much weight the legs would way and why he cannot attach the folding out legs like on the earlier rockets. Keeping it simple Mr Musk. Kevin from sunny Mexico.

29 өдрийн өмнө
Mark Allan
Mark Allan

This tall slender Starship is the wrong design, wrong tool for a moon lander. Those example-images 'not sure what they are' jets or engines near the top, the tall internal crane or elevator are simple examples of unneeded complexity. The moon lander should land horizontally. Scale the Mars sky-crane up. Add a cargo hold to the middle, no need to have a crane to lower it down. Put landing legs or wheels on the cargo hold, alternate design could allow it to be detached or not. To simplify design: get rid of tall ship, get rid of internal crane that needs to raise and lower everything, move engines out to corner, add cargo bay to middle, land horizontally. Done. If SpaceX doesn't simplify the design, then throw out some of their talk about simple design - about designing out parts, assemblies, systems that aren't needed.

29 өдрийн өмнө
Max-Q
Max-Q

Yes they need a diverter, and now is the time to do it before the OLP construction advances further. Can dig a channel (canal) right to the water and build some sort of pump system to shoot water and some diversion channels to get the water back to the canal. Also, at the end of SN10 when it was burning the amount of water was equal to my dog going to the bathroom. You have the Gulf of Mexico there surely you can do better with a fire deluge system.

29 өдрийн өмнө
STEVEN R
STEVEN R

TO MUCH PUSH, PUSH, PUSH 4-$'s.

29 өдрийн өмнө
Denis Elo
Denis Elo

I think this is a huge mistake. If this huge rocket lands on uneven land, it could tip over and explode It is a very awkward design, with a relatively narrow base, and a lot of height.

29 өдрийн өмнө

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