Transporter-1 Mission

24 jan. 2021
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SpaceX is targeting Sunday, January 24 for launch of Transporter-1, SpaceX’s first dedicated SmallSat Rideshare Program mission, from Space Launch Complex 40 (SLC-40) at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida. The 22-minute launch window opens at 10:00 a.m. EST, or 15:00 UTC.

Falcon 9’s first stage booster previously supported launch of Crew Dragon’s second demonstration mission, the ANASIS-II mission, a Starlink mission, and launch of Dragon’s 21st cargo resupply mission 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.
On board this launch are 133 commercial and government spacecraft (including CubeSats, microsats, and orbital transfer vehicles) and 10 Starlink satellites - the most spacecraft ever deployed on a single mission. The Starlink satellites aboard this mission will be the first in the constellation to deploy to a polar orbit.

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  • 🇧🇷🇧🇷

    Um vestibulando desesperado SantosUm vestibulando desesperado Santos3 dagen geleden
  • So nice

    VANSH KUMARVANSH KUMAR3 dagen geleden
  • I don't understand why its always so dark in space from these cameras why can't we see the stars from these videos?? Yet we can see them from earth even with pollution, but this camera can't pick up any sight of a star in space where there's zero pollution??

    Pam SanchezPam Sanchez4 dagen geleden
  • Anyone know what the intro track is?

    Some GuySome Guy6 dagen geleden
  • I'm surprised this mission didnt get anymore attention, 143 satellites on board is a huge deal

    FedoraFedora7 dagen geleden
  • 1:11:29 what is that

    Aditya RizkyAditya Rizky11 dagen geleden
  • anyone waiting for SpaceX to install 4K cameras

    AnnoyifyAnnoyify12 dagen geleden
  • Hypersonic grid fins....nup, they look like milk crates to me.

    leokimvideoleokimvideo12 dagen geleden
    • what's your problem dude?

      Sciarka DatulSciarka Datul12 dagen geleden
  • Maybe they can put fins on the rocket and make it shoot off like a spinning bullet leaving the rifle, for better travel and less fuel

    HDWRENCHHEAD EVANSHDWRENCHHEAD EVANS14 dagen geleden
  • 22:38 what was that on left screen

    Sawanth MythreySawanth Mythrey17 dagen geleden
    • The thrusters used to adjust the trajectory of the booster

      ChoupaChoupa12 dagen geleden
    • fairing from 19:25 maybe

      Arne-Petter JohansenArne-Petter Johansen17 dagen geleden
  • minute 22:39 @ .25 playback you can see some thing white passing by on the left camera by the left honeycomb in the booster

    eduardo rioseduardo rios20 dagen geleden
  • Space X rocket, a nice tool to orbit spacecrafts dedicated to climate physics studies ....

    Mike MefMike Mef22 dagen geleden
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  • 22:13 a UFO

    Cryin KanyeCryin Kanye23 dagen geleden
  • woow its back in less time that expected

    InviernoEnRemordimientoInviernoEnRemordimiento26 dagen geleden
  • What was that thing at 22:39? On the left screen you can see some kind of craft moving from right to left. Just barely behind the SpaceX rocket.

    Mark CuckerbergMark Cuckerberg29 dagen geleden
    • @Yo Mama 😒 wtf

      Naufal IvanderNaufal Ivander8 dagen geleden
    • That is fairing

      Naufal IvanderNaufal Ivander8 dagen geleden
    • It was frozen oxygen

      Jack WhitlockJack Whitlock20 dagen geleden
    • No. This is all cgi and editing stop throwing shade

      Yo MamaYo Mama21 dag geleden
  • look at bottom left hand corner at point 22.39. There's an alien spacecarft

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  • Chto eto proletelo tam sleva vnizu? What did it fly down there on the left? 22:36

    Shurik AcsacalShurik AcsacalMaand geleden
    • Its probably the fairing

      ChoupaChoupa12 dagen geleden
    • Ufo g'

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  • Йцуенгшщзхх

    Не ЧеловекНе ЧеловекMaand geleden
  • what it 22:38 of the center left

    Ecal-Exal GLGLEcal-Exal GLGLMaand geleden
  • T+6-11 (22:33)strange object passes through. Bottom left. What is that!!!?????

    Brandon MeierBrandon MeierMaand geleden
    • Its the fairing of the craft

      ChoupaChoupa12 dagen geleden
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  • Hello! 🙏 Do you have an extra $1? Badly need help. 😭 Savin' to get my laptop fixed or get a new one. Will use it for working. Swear to GOD, I'm not a bad person. Just desperate. Lost a lot since the pandemic. 💔

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  • What is that flying by at 22:39 on the left side ?

    NauticalStringsNauticalStringsMaand geleden
  • Under 3 Minutes in space. Imagine…

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  • *If the 38% Gravity is sufficient, then we could convert Mercury or Mars into a Spaceship to other Stars, because it weighs much less than Venus.* *If we erect a Parasol in front of Venus, after Centuries the Carbon dioxide, Nitrogen and Sulfuric acid will sink in the Craters due to the Coldness of Space.* *We can then enter the Planet like the Earth's moon and convert it into a Spaceship to other Stars, because there we now have almost the same Force of Gravity as on Earth.* *Humanity could then live all over Venus under 5m Roofs in large indoor Cities.* *However, Space stations 50 km in the upper Atmosphere are not possible, because there are high Wind speeds of 100 Meters per Second.* *In addition, constant Supply of lifting Gases, no Depletion of Resources, corrosive Effects from Sulfuric acid, Accidents and Catastrophes, cosmic Space radiation.*

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  • Are you telling me this will be travelling more than 28000 km/h with people in it? Get out of here

    EagleEagleMaand geleden
    • There are no people aboard this rocket. However, the speed is correct. To go into orbit requires this velocity. The Crew Dragon that delivered NASA astronauts to the ISS last December had to get to this velocity as well.

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  • Doesn't care if it landed, bcs this is epic in 1000 pieces too😂👍

    Max K312Max K312Maand geleden
  • why are comments and live chat turned off for your livestreams?

    Iron GamerIron GamerMaand geleden
  • Where is SN9 streammm

    Erick DarosErick DarosMaand geleden
  • 1:11:28 ❤️ LOX ❤️

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  • Wenstream

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  • #wenhop SN9 ?

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  • Who is managing this NLworld account? I’m sorry space x, I love the company and all it’s achieved, but to have come so far in space tech, and yet NLworld is plastered with live streams of sn9 from a bunch of space x enthusiasts, so where is the official stream from the actual company’s actual NLworld account? Piss poor content space x, I’m sorry to say, but I can’t wrap my head around why this account is so inactive in comparison with anyone who isn’t anything to do with space x? This has all come about because I want to watch the space x stream of space x activity regarding sn9, but there isn’t any!!! Wtf

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    • Space is all cgi and editing bro. Earth is flat

      Yo MamaYo Mama21 dag geleden
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  • 16:22 3 2 1 ignition and lift off👍👍👍😀😀

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    • What?

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  • I hope that someday we can clean the space trash and bring all of those resources back to earth to recicle them, you know... Before it makes harm to space programs

    Angel Antonio Jiga GasparAngel Antonio Jiga GasparMaand geleden
  • No me darán un rait

    juan birotillojuan birotilloMaand geleden
  • just your every day launch of a reusable orbital rocket booster... it's become so normal to launch things into space recently, i love it, especially the new companies like Rocket lab and Blue Origin, always exciting.

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  • The first time I saw that stage two burn it scared me out of my pants. Is that incandescence of the outer shell ok?

    Chatty WalrusChatty WalrusMaand geleden
    • Anyway, I think SpaceX is doing an awesome job, benefitting from NASA's experience and taking it further. Before its first successful launch, NASA blew up around 140 rockets; and yes, that was launch, not rocket landing.

      Chatty WalrusChatty WalrusMaand geleden
    • In other words radiative cooling is no aided cooling at all. What happens if that second stage engine is fired on the Sun side of the Earth? Sorry, it's just that it looks pretty darn scary. And the SN9 rocket seemed to have its cooling systems gone haywire. Elon Musk was right to ask for more launches a month. The world today seems to be suffocating if we don't reach for space. I hope by the SN10 launch the problems SN9 had get solved.

      Chatty WalrusChatty WalrusMaand geleden
    • @Chatty Walrus - Radiative cooling is simply losing heat via thermal radiation. Any object emits thermal radiation in proportion to its temperature. Regenerative cooling uses a cooling fluid that is circulated around the object that is to be cooled. For the Merlin engine, the combustion chamber and nozzle have channels built into them that run between the inner and outer walls. Some of the RP-1 fuel is circulated through these channels to carry away heat.

      Steve AdamsSteve AdamsMaand geleden
    • How do those two types of cooling work?

      Chatty WalrusChatty WalrusMaand geleden
    • Yes, that is normal. The expansion nozzle on the Merlin vacuum engine is radiatively cooled, so it gets hot enough to glow. This is unlike the combustion chamber and nozzle which are regeneratively cooled.

      Steve AdamsSteve AdamsMaand geleden
  • We live on a pretty photogenic planet!

    Chatty WalrusChatty WalrusMaand geleden
  • Question: Do you have an affiliate program? I don't expect much, even Amazon rates are fine.

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  • ALLAH YARDIMCNIZ OLSUN AMIN ELON

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  • Hintayin nalang natin bumalikyung lumikha sa Antin 🥺

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  • Wag nyo Sana eh hack Yung kapalaran ng sang katauhan 🥺

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  • Wow how did you film it

    ArseniyArseniyMaand geleden
  • Im god

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  • Me pregunto si elon musk administrara el canal,y si es asi mi corazon por favor

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  • My dream is too be an astronaut at spacex in the future

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  • Good🚀

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  • Did anyone notice channel is not monetized 🙄🙄

    Ashish SharmaAshish SharmaMaand geleden
  • #greatgrandfatherwasachemicalengineer

    Arnab RoyArnab RoyMaand geleden
  • Thanks to#radioandradarastronomy

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  • T+55:01

    Tommy CampbellTommy CampbellMaand geleden
  • What came on the screen at 55:01.....water??

    Tommy CampbellTommy CampbellMaand geleden
    • That is a view into the liquid oxygen (LOX) tank.

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  • Ya paren, pura basura en el espacio nomamen! :S

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  • I hope you at SpaceX would sync your youtube to Odysee (/LBRY), as Elon seems to love blockchain and freedom to invent. On Odysee all videos would also have a backup, and a large portion of the Odysee audience is very sciency. The sync is incredibly simple and it then automatically copies the content to Odysee.

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  • Meaningful step forward.

    The FominykhThe FominykhMaand geleden
  • great idea to catch a rocket. Maybe some sort of electronic brake in the tower like in roller coasters would help.. or like maglev trains systems..using the energy from the landing speed.... maybe this system could also be used for extra takeoff power... For future landings on sea "oil rig" , they maybe could use a sort of floating landing circular platform that sinks down into the sea to take the speed and soften the landing.. using the water as an spring. Precision landings are the key........

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  • will someone please paint GME on the side of the next booster to be launched

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  • what was that at exactly T+06:11 in the left screen bottom left 🤔

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  • Elon Musk Beyfendi, Barış Özcan'dan duyduğum kadarıyla Roket atarken bir sorun oluşmuş Eğer böyle bir sorun varsa Adana olarak size her zaman kapımız açık .Teşekkürler.

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  • Elon musk I'm interested in science in space.

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  • Rather - Please say "for those of you joining us 5 minutes late .. .. we've missed you - you're late." lol.

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  • Aren't these rockets loosing allot of heat in the infra-red flame signature? seems like a waste of energy there...

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  • stage down before hender the dencer

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  • i know the trasport 1 misson

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  • satelate is begoin to send to space

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  • i see the atomasphere launch into space rp1 is cool

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  • rp1 is super chilled liquid oxygen

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    • This is how many people wish they could be in one of these rockets 👇🏽

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  • t minus is very fat

    fan Richnoderfan RichnoderMaand geleden
    • NASA is paying the price for not innovating! SpaceX is the Future!!!

      seiom jvonyseiom jvonyMaand geleden
  • space x depature from my home earth to space

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  • what is the object pass at 22:39 on the left?

    normandnormandMaand geleden
    • space debris

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  • how they get camera angles

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  • Elon musk wanted die at mars but how we living in mars lol XD🙂😎

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  • How come no loons are complaining yet about the "carbon footprint" of 50 launches a year?

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  • complete all programs Hi guys well done

    cesar vladimir portorreal bazartecesar vladimir portorreal bazarteMaand geleden
  • At 22:37 on the left what is that they object

    Rob MorrisRob MorrisMaand geleden
  • 2:58 stream starts 15:26 startup t- 60 seconds 16:17 t- 10 seconds 16:27 liftoff 17:43 max-q 18:59 meco 19:04 stage sep 19:13 ses-1 19:26 fairing 24:22 entry burn 25:10 seco-1 25:51 landing 1:11:12 ses-2 | seco-2 1:14:45 deploy 1:47:40 deploy

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  • 👽 👽👽👽👽 👽👽👽

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  • now imagine what could be achieved if humans stopped wasting time and money on nukes.

    Magos DominusMagos DominusMaand geleden
  • I had a doubt. If a telescope is on earth, and we r seeing objects that r far away... If the object is 10 light years far from earth, we could be able to see it after 20 years. Right.

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  • Congratulations for this record setting launch: 143 (!) satellites on a single rocket

    seiom jvonyseiom jvonyMaand geleden
    • Oh, it's a bot, but where's my comment?!

      LeonardLeonard19 dagen geleden
    • What?! I wrote this exact same comment, when I came back to see if it had already hit 150 likes, it wasn't there anymore, and now you wrote the exact same text as I in my comment! Are you a hacker?

      LeonardLeonard19 dagen geleden
  • NASA is paying the price for not innovating! SpaceX is the Future!!!

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  • This is how many people wish they could be in one of these rockets 👇🏽

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  • I cant wait for starlink. Our internet speed here is only 1/10 of a megabite. Frontier Communications is useless garbage. No other low latency providers here just wish speed was higher.

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    • @seiom jvony I think they would have to launch the satellites to orbit a certain planet. They couldn't just let them roam without fuel.

      CodyCodyMaand geleden
    • Imagine if the starlink makes a constellation of satellites in the solar system. People who will be on space will be able to access the internet.

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  • voice so annoying

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  • what is this that pops up at 1:11:27

    baronhobanbaronhobanMaand geleden
    • @Steve Adams thanks mate

      baronhobanbaronhobanMaand geleden
    • That is a view into the liquid oxygen (LOX) tank.

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  • Elon has no limits 👍🏻

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  • SpaceX needs to sue FAA and subpoena phone, email, and phone records of whoever is scrubbing the starship tests. I am about 99% certain someone at FAA is intentionally trying to hurt SpaceX, and Mr Musk personally, either as competing interests or as retribution for stock losses. There are ALOT of crooked people in these government agencies right now.

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  • the big lie of nasa along with Hollywood

    Abelardo Perlaza / COLAbelardo Perlaza / COLMaand geleden
    • @Abelardo Perlaza / COL The Bible is not a scientific book, so why try to use it as an argument? ?

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    • @Abelardo Perlaza / COL You can see planets you know. Planets weren't 'invented' by anyone, they were discovered thousands of years ago.

      Ethan RobertsEthan RobertsMaand geleden
    • @Abelardo Perlaza / COL You can see planets you know. Planets weren't 'invented' by anyone, they were discovered thousands of years ago.

      Ethan RobertsEthan RobertsMaand geleden
    • @N. M. but neither does the bible say it is round. nor does it say about planets that NASA invented, thank you very much.

      Abelardo Perlaza / COLAbelardo Perlaza / COLMaand geleden
    • Funny thing is that SpaceX is a private company and that it is not controlled by NASA. Besides that, nowhere in the Bible does it say the Earth is flat.

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  • meu nome jefferson sou brsileiro pq nao investi em cabos trastosferico em are sem incidencias de ventos forte assim contruiri base pra foguetes sairem em orbita

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  • Shake a head a lot Looks hot Sling shot Knock Knock Glass broke Cyber Truck Give a shot SpaceX launch Boring goes Traffic sucks Tesla starts Flew to Mars Money blows Elon Goes List Tops #ElonMusk

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  • Does this mean Jason Sathatham is in the Rocket! I think so.😎 He da traansportah

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