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  1. Roshan Raikar

    Roshan Raikar23 hours ago

    A normal day at SpaceX!

  2. Une Houris Aux Grand Yeux

    Une Houris Aux Grand Yeux23 hours ago

    Huge respect to you westerners. Without you I will always live in the Middle Ages because yes the Arab-Muslim world in which I belonged you are not even able to build a scooter thanks ❤️

  3. Alexandre Alves

    Alexandre Alves23 hours ago

    Um momento histórico para a humanidade

  4. Alexandre Alves

    Alexandre Alves23 hours ago

    I was here 👋

  5. Emil Cathalin

    Emil Cathalin23 hours ago

    Just when you thought deck landings were only the Navy's domain....

  6. DarkjokerSN

    DarkjokerSN23 hours ago

    Elon power

  7. Une Houris Aux Grand Yeux

    Une Houris Aux Grand Yeux23 hours ago

    This is when the Arab-Muslim countries will develop their own technology. Do you think there is a chance that he will develop things without Western help?

  8. Onimirare

    Onimirare23 hours ago

    could you guys add a "now playing" for the songs that play in the beginning of the streams?

  9. WillowyKnight76

    WillowyKnight7623 hours ago

    What's the next starship mission?

  10. Emil Cathalin

    Emil Cathalin23 hours ago

    A heartfelt CAUTION NOTICE to all viewers with epileptic seizure risk!

  11. Mars

    Mars23 hours ago

    This is the biggest flashbang grenade ive seen

  12. José Gerardo Cuadras Félix

    José Gerardo Cuadras Félix23 hours ago

    The good thing about missions at night is that you can see that "space dust" that collides with the rocket and the charge by the rays of the sun, a very crazy aerodynamic because it is supposed to be almost in the "vacuum" of space.

  13. Emil Cathalin

    Emil Cathalin23 hours ago

    In retrospect: Shuttle SRB segments could do 25 flights, Shuttle main engines could do 55 flights, and the Shuttle orbiter heatshield could take 100 flights.

  14. Nesrin Bulut

    Nesrin Bulut23 hours ago

    Hey ıngılızce konuşanlar bizede öğretin biraz .d

  15. M W

    M W23 hours ago

    time is only a factor of value for mankind. you limit your mind by limiting your thinking to the speed of light. think further

  16. TriestWildRiders

    TriestWildRiders23 hours ago

    Anyone knows if the black not reflective shield is put on these satellites and on the next ones? I read that they are developing it.

  17. Matthew Lynch

    Matthew Lynch23 hours ago

    Awesome stuff. I remember when the industries leading expects sat in front of the US congress and said this would never happen... and now it has.

  18. Gus Levy

    Gus Levy23 hours ago

    I’ll pull up...

  19. Life Is My Opportunity

    Life Is My Opportunity23 hours ago

    Namaste🙏🏾🧘🏾‍♂️. After losing my job in the pandemic😷. I created my channel believing for MYSELF, YOU and the rest of the WORLD🌍🔥.

  20. Undcvr

    Undcvr23 hours ago

    Did he just say 10th landing of this booster 😲😱

  21. arizar razali

    arizar razali23 hours ago

    Cuman gw kah indo disini

  22. Emil Cathalin

    Emil Cathalin23 hours ago

    Finally the 21st century!

  23. Emil Cathalin

    Emil Cathalin23 hours ago

    23:23: Jesus, look at Orlando dropping away...! Farewell, John-Young-ville!

  24. Science Chap

    Science Chap23 hours ago

    This has become routine. It's remarkable. We're now asking the Chinese why they left a booster in a degrading orbit to crash into the sea west of the Maldives. Achievements such as this suggest that they should be able at least to manage a safe deorbit properly.

  25. Firegames

    Firegames23 hours ago

    Europa: our cars need lower emissions The rest of the world:

  26. Ozzys Soldier

    Ozzys Soldier23 hours ago

    Doesn’t get old

  27. Old Man Stumpie

    Old Man Stumpie23 hours ago

    Nice work Falcon 10.

  28. Emanuele

    Emanuele23 hours ago

    6:56 webcast start 7:38 hello michael! 12:55 Engine chill 15:45 strongback retract 19:00 falcon 9 on startup 20:00 igniton and liftoff! 21:10 Max-Q 22:32 meco 22:37 stage sep confirmed 23:06 fairing seperation 26:37 entry burn 28:17 landing burn 28:51 seco-1 1:05:39 SES-2 1:24:07 deployment

  29. Azamat Ashenov

    Azamat Ashenov23 hours ago

    Very very nice

  30. Speedy Wheels pak

    Speedy Wheels pak23 hours ago

    0:31 wow that looks like a small 12 gauge cartridge in the sky

  31. Tim Dunn

    Tim Dunn23 hours ago

    Am I the only one that still cheers 'Yes!!!' when the 1st Stage successfully lands? Still so breathtaking to see.

  32. TheLikeup

    TheLikeup23 hours ago


  33. Pranav Raja

    Pranav Raja23 hours ago

    Pranav. Kota Rajasthan

  34. heba._.

    heba._.23 hours ago


  35. Munny Reol

    Munny Reol23 hours ago


  36. Alex Yu

    Alex Yu23 hours ago

    Congratulations to Mr. Musk!

  37. Elias Alfredo dos Santos

    Elias Alfredo dos Santos23 hours ago

    Bom dia a todos os guerreiros e guerreiras da espacex.


    SAVE EARTH23 hours ago

    China rocket fall near Indian Ocean 🌊🌊🌊🌊

  39. Andrei V

    Andrei V23 hours ago

    Landing 28:10

  40. Starship SN10

    Starship SN1023 hours ago


  41. Nirbhaya Tiwari

    Nirbhaya Tiwari23 hours ago

    So satisfying.....

  42. Googleユーザー

    Googleユーザー23 hours ago

    すごい。どんなに複雑な計算をしたらこんなことが可能なのだろう? 未来の技術だ。

  43. Cooking with Yarda

    Cooking with Yarda23 hours ago

    I never get bored to watch those rockets landing !! ;-)

  44. Idespisenicknames

    Idespisenicknames23 hours ago

    Good commentary. Less fluff, more timely information.

  45. quick n

    quick n23 hours ago

    The answer/ future isnt in space, its in staying on the earth. Forget those rockets!

  46. jx p

    jx p23 hours ago


  47. jx p

    jx p23 hours ago


  48. jx p

    jx p23 hours ago

    good job

  49. Vib3s

    Vib3s23 hours ago

    You've come a long way since Orbcomm-2, SpaceX. congrats to you all for the 10th launch & landing of a booster.

  50. PSJ Virtual Reality

    PSJ Virtual Reality23 hours ago

    Well done 👍


    SAVE EARTH23 hours ago

    Spacex is most active space agency 👍👍👍🙏

  52. Adam Fidelio

    Adam Fidelio23 hours ago

    China furiously taking notes


    ELIAS HASSAN23 hours ago

    You are early . The time stamp guy is sleeping now 😂


    SAVE EARTH23 hours ago

    19:55 lift-off 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥

  55. ANTYppg

    ANTYppg23 hours ago

    Są tu Polacy ?

  56. Don D

    Don D23 hours ago

    Go Starship 🚀☄🍻

  57. Enkhtur Damdinjav

    Enkhtur Damdinjav23 hours ago

    May is Asian day!

  58. Cool cat

    Cool cat23 hours ago

    Wow! It's very very nice!

  59. Max

    Max23 hours ago

    Oh the irony. Tesla cars to rid of ICE. Yet here they are blasting holes in the ozone. Rising water levels from the 1000+ test flights. Put the hats on.

  60. Funken Gruven

    Funken Gruven23 hours ago

    Congrats on #10! Falcon has earned the "vintage" designation...

  61. PABLO Rocketing X

    PABLO Rocketing X23 hours ago


  62. Janno

    Janno23 hours ago

    23:12 What is that word that they used? Sounded like jedosent. :)

  63. Live The Future

    Live The Future23 hours ago

    Congrats SpaceX for your 10th booster recovery! Truly a great milestone on the path to rapid reusability and cheaper access to space!

  64. Łukasz Stanisławczyk

    Łukasz Stanisławczyk23 hours ago

    Of course i still loss singaloveyou

  65. Daniel Springer

    Daniel Springer23 hours ago

    One day they will succeed in streaming the landing uninterrupted

  66. Wil

    Wil23 hours ago

    Anyone know how many of these satellites are up there now?

  67. Michael Maxie

    Michael Maxie23 hours ago

    I notices that Stage 1 telemetry froze at 21.5 km. My guess is that Stage 1 suffered a R.U.D. (Rapid Unscheduled Disassembly) at that time.


    ULTRAGEM FISH & CORAL INC.23 hours ago

    I dont get it. The whole thing looked like a cheap digital CGI movie-toon. What about this; to anyone with eyes and brain to process this presentation; did this look like an actual launch or mission or orbit. You gotta love the "just superb" and so excellently positioned camera angles where the viewer gets the absolutely nest perspective of all that is taking place. All sarcasm ofcourse I'm being sarcastic. But I guess keep dumbing on cause majority is buying the ball-sh*t.

  69. Rahul Ravi

    Rahul RaviDay ago

    Bring on the BFR!!!! B)

  70. Nick Galen

    Nick GalenDay ago

    Idk why but the most satisfying part of every launch is when the Mvac engine ignites and the rings at the far end peel off

  71. Ben W

    Ben WDay ago

    Meanwhile a Chinese rocket falls back to earth uncontrolled.

  72. Andrew Jenkins

    Andrew JenkinsDay ago

    @19:46 Lift off @26:30 Entry burn @28:08 Landing

  73. Elaine Grnt

    Elaine GrntDay ago

    Our doge are paying for it. Free internet for everyone. Dogecoin people's currency!

  74. Liu Joshua

    Liu JoshuaDay ago

    Space trash maker!

  75. Ben W

    Ben WDay ago

    Release it in Victoria Ballarat please I’m waiting.

  76. Ecpeze

    EcpezeDay ago

    Soon they will launch starships at this rate there will be 100 starship on the moon in the near future

  77. Tmccreight25Gaming

    Tmccreight25GamingDay ago

    Number 10 for B1051! What a milestone!


    ENCRYPT3DDay ago

    There Cameras are SOOOO GOOD like when the stage seperated I could not see any delay.

  79. Anshu Nayyar

    Anshu NayyarDay ago

    Searching for the guy who has timestamps ready.

  80. Dr. Shoob

    Dr. ShoobDay ago

    Who knew spacex could make such a sick stream starting soon screen.