CRS-9 Hosted Webcast

CRS-9 Hosted Webcast

SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket will launch the Dragon spacecraft to low Earth orbit to deliver critical cargo to the International Space Station (ISS) for NASA.

SpaceX is targeting a July 18 (EDT) launch of its ninth Commercial Resupply Services mission (CRS-9) from Space Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Fla. The instantaneous launch window opens at 12:45am EDT (4:45am UTC) on July 18, and a backup launch window opens at 12:00am EDT on July 20. Dragon will be deployed about 10 minutes after liftoff and attach to the ISS about two days later.

Following stage separation, the first stage of the Falcon 9 will attempt an experimental landing on Landing Zone 1 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Fla.

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20 Responses

  1. Keteo says:

    I always love rocket launches but the ending made me cringe. Still a good
    video, thanks for uploading and streaming :)

  2. g0t0d1e says:


  3. Momo Enn says:


  4. bustaphatty says:

    Who cares nasa’s being doing this shit for years.

  5. Jack Jeon says:

    That pokemon go tho

  6. TheDemocles says:

    Fuck Yeah, SpaceX! Get Some!

  7. nicola facciolini says:

    God Bless The Holy Russia for Private Space Trips

  8. Signet says:

    Was this a second use for the 1st stage?

  9. chapibani 28 says:

    Pokemon amazed too and shapely !

  10. Zoomer30 says:

    Wow, that first view looked like it was heading to Miami.

  11. Michael Bradley says:

    Go Elon!

  12. khalid channel (wolf1995) says:

    I’m so glad you can leave voice messages as comments now!!!

    My opinion below:

    ▶ ?──────── 00:21

  13. earumamaadu says:

    Zionist controling SpaceX!

  14. Mohamed Elmekki says:

    “That was money” indeed!

  15. Chad Leach says:

    Well, that is one way to avoid paying port fee’s.

  16. Joe Blenkle says:

    This never gets old!!!

  17. Hugo Jisci says:

    15k km/h ? :o

  18. mrbasilman says:

    God I Love Technology……..

  19. Earth Inc. says:

    Quick question, how come we can afford to put so many satellites into space
    pointed at us, and still not have detailed pics of the craters on the moon?
    Or good pictures of the back of the moon? Odd priorities going on.

  20. Simon Waddington says:

    Wait a second, where are all the idiots who usually show up on these posts
    saying it is all fake because this is, of course, impossible. Maybe this
    footage is a bit to convincing for them and they have all given up? Or
    perhaps they will say the landing was just a take off played in reverse 🙂

    Anyway, thanks SpaceX for doing the “impossible”.