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Starlink Mission

Starlink Mission

1,350,829 views•Streamed live 13 hours ago65K1KSHARESAVESpaceX4.36M subscribersSUBSCRIBESpaceX is targeting Saturday, June 13 at 5:21 a.m. EDT, 9:21 UTC, for launch of its ninth Starlink mission, which will include 58 Starlink satellites and three of Planet’s SkySats. Falcon 9 will lift off from Space Launch Complex 40 (SLC-40) at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, and a backup opportunity is available on Sunday, June 14 at 4:59 a.m. EDT, 8:59 UTC. This mission marks SpaceX’s first SmallSat Rideshare Program launch. Falcon 9’s first stage previously supported Dragon’s 19th and 20th resupply missions to the International Space Station. Following stage separation, SpaceX will land Falcon 9’s first stage on the “Of Course I Still Love You” droneship, which will be stationed in the Atlantic Ocean. Half of Falcon 9’s fairing previously flew on the JCSAT-18/Kacific1 mission, and the other half previously flew on SpaceX’s third Starlink mission.SHOW MORE

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Joshua Farrow

Joshua Farrow5 hours agoI love that everyone spacex has doing the cast is an actual engineer, not a media person who doesn’t have a clue what they’re talking about.519REPLYView 12 replies

Zorro Computers

Zorro Computers4 hours ago (edited)I imagine one day will be like: Dear passengers, welcome to star express, please fasten your seat belts, next station Mars. ETA 07:00 PM . Thank you for flying with SpaceX.37REPLYView 2 replies

yashwanth kommasani

yashwanth kommasani3 hours agoBefore : “R O C K E T L A U N C H I N G” World’s rarest thing Now: it’s happening on every weekend Just incredible to see how it has changed to casual these daysRead more36REPLYView reply

Bob Wakefield

Bob Wakefield9 hours agoThat timeline across the bottom of the frame is so helpful. Kudos to everyone involved in design and implementation.122REPLY

JYKDUTCH GamingAndFun6 hours agoKim Jong Un: I have rockets! SpaceX: That’s cute.12REPLYView reply

yashwanth kommasani3 hours agoThe likes on the comments are more than the actual comments here5REPLY

Ninjastarr10 hours agoMe watching the first falcon 9 launch a long time ago: Wow! This is INSANE I can’t believe it! Me watching one now: oh they launched another one74REPLYView 6 replies

arshad bagwan10 hours agoSee you everyone when they back with there next starlink mission.159REPLYView 3 replies

Best Of House Official ™7 hours ago (edited)Finally the camera did not lost sinal on the landing of the stage1 !!! 😁40REPLYView 3 replies

MAGGOT VOMIT7 hours agoStage 1 returning: “WAAAAAAHOOOOOOOO!!!……….HEY THERE LIL BUDDY!!!…….I’M COMIN’ IN HOT!!”Droneship: …..o_o…….f my life.25REPLY

CSX10 hours ago2016: whoaaa this is crazy 2020: cool, another one 2025: complaints about sonic booms 2030: ion engines become more efficient 2035: large orbital construction 2040: space docks 2045: moon child born 2050: moon town 2055: hydrogen powered cars are a thing 2060: a new probe passes voyager 1 2065: sublightspeed tech 2070: mars city 2075: Roadster has been recovered and put in a museum 2080: Space pirates 2085: mars declared independence 2090: probe reaches alpha century 2093: i died 2095: first person recovered from cryostasis 2100: oxygen taxesRead more89REPLYView 20 replies

Free Range MTB8 hours ago18:24 – Que the Flat Earthers with their “bubbles in space” rhetoric (referring to the ice debris on the first stage).8REPLYView reply

Ken Mayer3 hours ago (edited)Love hearing Jessicas exited voice when the booster successfully lands and the sattelites are deployed ☺️8REPLYView 2 replies

Susi Strolch10 hours agoMrs Anderson is very smart an I really enjoyed her comments while expressing all her expertise!💪🏻🚺8REPLY

NateLeePhillips5 hours agoCinemasins: “Three minutes and twenty-two seconds of logos. Ding!”5REPLY

Uhorky Zavárané9 hours agoIt’s amazing how common this launches are. They’re flying there like planes.63REPLYView 3 replies

Ofentse Mwase Films10 hours agoDoes anyone know if Jessica is single? Asking for a friend.4REPLYView reply

Brian Charles10 hours agoThese flights are more regular than my bus service!23REPLYView reply

Macgyver de Quadros8 hours agoThat landing is smoother than driving on our Indian roads.49REPLYView 3 replies

Igor Coutinho10 hours agoI really like Jessica always present in all streamings. Hope we get so her at Mars mission too 😍34REPLYView replyLive chat replay was turned off for this video.Up nextAUTOPLAY13:18NOW PLAYINGSpaceX Crew Dragon Returns from Space StationNASA Video5.6M views1 year ago15:41NOW PLAYINGWhy SpaceX is Making StarlinkReal Engineering5.6M views11 months ago11:46NOW PLAYINGStarlink explained – why SpaceX needs 42,000 satellitesUndecided with Matt Ferrell477K views

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