Starlink Mission

Starlink Mission

SpaceX is targeting Wednesday, April 22 at 3:30 p.m. EDT, or 19:30 p.m. UTC, for its seventh launch of Starlink satellites. Falcon 9 will lift off from Launch Complex 39A (LC-39A) at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. A backup opportunity is available on Thursday, April 23 at 3:15 p.m. EDT, or 19:15 UTC.

Falcon 9’s first stage previously supported Crew Dragon’s first flight to the International Space Station, launch of the RADARSAT Constellation Mission, and the fourth Starlink mission. 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. Falcon 9’s fairing previously supported the AMOS-17 mission.

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88 Responses

  1. Chris Smith says:

    Seeing rockets launch is just so satisfying. Also I hope everyone’s quarantine is going well!

  2. Otopon says:

    7:58 Engine Chill
    10:26 Strongback retract
    13:57 Startup
    14:53 countdown for Liftoff
    16:05 Max-Q
    17:42 MECO (stage seperation)
    18:13 Fairing deploy
    21:51 entry burn
    23:22 landing burn
    23:38 Landing leg deployment and Landing
    24:03 SECO
    30:26 payload deployment

  3. Survival Tipps und Tricks says:

    Hi from SWISS I have see the Starlink package for 10 minutes on the sky great jop SpaceX good night from SWISS

  4. weekiely 123 says:

    Watched launch in Florida land just of the coast deploy over the Atlantic and in less than 20 minutes fly right over my head in the uk 🇬🇧. Incredible.

  5. Silent Gloves says:

    I will never tire of seeing a booster gently set itself down on a bullseye. It’s even better for Falcon Heavy when they both land in unison. Magical.

  6. Jeovelito Torres says:

    24:08 what is that on the right screen ?

  7. Jonathan Isip says:

    Starlink: because even satellites social distance

  8. Andy Frost says:

    Yeah! I saw stage 2 fly over us in the UK 20 minutes after launch.

  9. BuellersBack says:

    Can’t wait to use Starlink high speed internet in Canada, soon. Go SpaceX!

  10. M Smith says:

    Just watched the brightly lit array pass right over my house in Rotterdam, NL!

  11. Dragonborn Of Rivia says:

    A couple days ago I saw some lights moving in the sky. They looked like stars but they were all moving in one line. I was so confused. Turns out it was some starlink satalites. I live in the Netherlands.

    • smokeGR20 says:

      Yep. I have seen twice so far…

    • MimiPin says:

      The masses will not turn an eye till the eye is turned.

    • astralseeker says:

      @Justin Ethnostate do not drain yourself argueing with pathetic sheeps. look at all the comments on this page, none of them can see what is… any tree or animal has more value than 1000 of those brainless “people”:
      “The more society drifts from the truth the more they will hate those who speak it” George Orwell.
      “science sans conscience n’est que ruine de l’âme”. blaise pascal.
      google/youtube is one of their digital trap.
      focus on yourself and your beloved ones.
      none of those idiots deserve your comments.
      let them discover, when they will die,
      all that they have been missing all their life, truth, beauty and freedom.
      they will pay and face the consequences of thier coward and materialistic idioty.
      namasté

    • Leon Steinbild says:

      I saw it too. I live in Germany

    • Tessa says:

      Justin Ethnostate geostationary for Internet would be poor due to latency and you need much more satellites to cope with the bandwidth you fucking tool. Don’t act like you know anything about satellites or the internet because clearly you don’t dickhead.

  12. Friday the 13th Gamer says:

    I watched it with my telscope in uk

  13. Dave Flynn says:

    And to think, the Crew Dragon launch is just a month away.

    • Walter White says:

      Matthew Lee no, it does not. It would be a serious setback and delay everything, (depending on what went wrong exactly) but it would not be the end of the industry.

    • When The D Boys Needs Motivation, I Stepped In says:

      @Matthew Lee hopefully the astronauts stays away from people and doesn’t contract the CCP Virus before that

    • Chubs says:

      I’m starting to get interested about space and stuff (sorry for my bad English 😂) but I don’t know what crew dragon is. Could anyone explain when and what it is?

    • Rohan Stannage says:

      The dragon capsule is the Falcon 9’s crewed module designed to resupply the ISS

    • Chubs says:

      Rohan Stannage oh ok! Super excited for that then

  14. Xardox17 says:

    Stage One lands smack-dab in the center of its circle.
    Those of us who remember Sputnick will never cease to be amazed.

    • Kirk Claybrook says:

      Anyone who has even a basic grasp of the physics involved in getting that thing from separation to landing (on a pitching and rolling barge no less) will never cease to be amazed. It is absolutely mind boggling.

    • SuperMagnetizer says:

      Sticking those landings with perfect precision is the best part of the mission, a feat I never thought I’d see in my lifetime.

    • Dan Brooks says:

      those russians over at roscosmos would be much better off today had they not laughed in elon’s face and just sold him a rocket.

    • Meljov says:

      @Dan Brooks You people are so pushy with that story. SpaceX would be founded even if they did sold him ICBM’s. It was just one way he tried to start a business, when that failed he used other means. You don’t have to take everything Elon said as axiom.

    • Virgilio Marques says:

      @Kirk Claybrook like throwing a half filled plastic water bottle and watching it fall perfectly on its bottom. I bet it’s the same feeling.

  15. ahmed balal says:

    We need you in Iraq. We are oppressed. Our internet is very weak, at a price of 30 dollars. When we demonstrate in the streets, they kill us and the army suppresses us.

    • Azeem A says:

      @ahmed balal I know your a clever person knowing you can type English. Try and stay safe, use your knowledge to move up in the world and work hard and you will strive to great places. From the uk 🇬🇧

    • Rincypoopoo X says:

      I hope better internet will help. I hope your lives get better very soon. Thanks for commenting. Please don’t listen to the nasty comments. Good luck and go well Ahmed. بارك الله فيك

    • Caryne Future says:

      @Hypothetical Superposition you definetely need to Learn more about 5G and its proven dangers 🙂 Study Independent researchs, not the ones by SpaceX or Huawei of course.
      http://www.RadiationHealthRisks.com

      You will be shocked. Around 20 000 satellites will cover all planet earth, and will display radiations that will endanger greatly the ozone layer and even change the Schuman resonance, the Earth very natural signals of life. Without the Schuman resonance, the Schuman frequency humans, animals and plants will become sick and then die…That’s why 170 scientists from 37 countries started a World petition in newspapers, went to the United Nations, WHO etc. You Can easily find this petition online. It explains everything. And besides the satellites, with 5G you also need ground towers near homes, very close as you suggested. So you will be bombarded by very powerful radiations, from 3,5 GHz to …300Ghz!!! Up to 200 or 300 Times more powerful than 3g/4g. It’s a huge massive leap. Mankind will not recover from that. That’s the purpose anyway. They’re lurring us with the internet of things, VR, drones, robots, driverless cars etc but the Real purpose is mass surveillance and mass genocide of 80-90% of the population. However WE the people will win.
      http://www.radiationhealthrisks.com
      Excellent Amazing website with very clear explanations and some scientific studies about 5g

    • Ash Klmepton says:

      What kind of internet connection do you have? Broadband? Wireless? Or cellular? Hope you aren’t on DSL.

    • The Root Cause says:

      Alan blyde you see but you are blind. He speaks the truth

  16. Syed Muhammad Ali says:

    Simply amazing to see Mankind achieve such goals! Even reaching Orbit is extremely difficult and look at SpaceX launching dozens of Satellites at a time and even retrieving the Booster for the 4th time!! Thanks to SpaceX for always going forward, cuz as SpaceX goes forward, the whole Mankind goes forward 🙏!
    I’m really excited for our future as we get closer and closer to the Cosmos! 😀❣

    • Lorraine Gata'nian Hits says:

      @Syed Muhammad Ali why the fuck colonize mars?

    • Lorraine Gata'nian Hits says:

      @AK1920 yeah bruv, you’re not alone.

    • Tokig Tarisson says:

      AK1920 By having a smartphone you are already under pretty much full surveillance. This wont change a thing

    • Syed Muhammad Ali says:

      @Lorraine Gata’nian Hits us intelligent species have this amazing capability and desire of exploring new places and we’ve been doing it since the beginning of the Human race! God blessed us with this intelligence so we should also use it to achieve amazing Milestones and Space Exploration is one of these Milestones! If God didn’t want us to explore the Universe, than for what reason does it exist in the first place?
      What can u imagine is more amazing than being among the Stars?

    • Raymond long says:

      Syed Muhammad Ali What if space is like the garden of Eden and the devil I deceiving use all?

  17. Ephemeral Q. says:

    **1st Stage camera shuts down on re-entry**
    Me, who saw the last mission: No, not again.

  18. 496 elcamino says:

    Lauren is such a great narrator, she speaks clearly and articulate; she’s the voice of Spacex to me. Good job as always.

  19. Charlie Carroll says:

    “We have cheers, we have a rocket”
    -SpaceX 2020

  20. RevivingEnd says:

    SpaceX: Let’s infect those aliens with corona

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