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[4K] Watch SpaceX launch Starship, the biggest rocket ever, LIVE up close and personal!
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2,563,659 Views • Streamed live on Nov 17, 2023 • Click to toggle off description
This is the second fully integrated full stack test flight of Starship and the mighty Super Heavy booster, the largest and most most powerful rocket to ever fly. It produces over twice as much thrust as the Saturn V that took humans to the moon.

The goal of the test is to get further along than IFT-2 in April 20th which didn't make it to stage separation while also hoping the improvements to the launch pad hold up better than the previous attempt. If all goes well, Starship will re-enter near Hawaii about 90 minutes after it lifts off from Starbase, TX, nearly completing an orbit of the Earth. This would allow the teams to test the reentry profile and heat shields for the first time from orbital velocities.

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00:00 - Intro
03:30 - Q&A / Prelaunch Preview
35:10 - Unhosted Night Views
5:04:55 - Q&A
7:23:15 - Sunrise
7:32:30 - Liftoff!
7:35:20 - Hot-staging / Stage Separation
7:40:55 - Flight Termination
7:49:45 - Tracking Footage Replay
7:57:20 - Q&A / Reaction
8:31:55 - Over-shoulder Reaction
8:49:20 - Q&A


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Upload date: Streamed live on Nov 17, 2023 ^^

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2 weeks ago

7:32:35 - Water deluge system,
7:32:40 - T -5,
7:32:45 - Lift off,
7:33:50//7:33:56 - Max-Q,
7:35:21 - Meco//Hot staging,
7:35:59//7:36:16 - Booster explosion,
7:40:59 - Starship telemetry loss/explosion.


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1 week ago

The deluge sytem made a huge difference, no engines lost at all. What an incredible launch!

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2 weeks ago

Congratulations to all the sleepless workers at SpaceX who made this possible.

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2 weeks ago

That far away and the deck is still shaking? That must be an absolutely awesome thing to witness.

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2 weeks ago

Bro 2.2 million views already!? Tim is killing it and someday will fly on one of those behemoth pieces of human ingenuity! Go spacex!

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1 week ago

I'm going to take this opportunity to say that your footage of this launch was lightyears ahead of SpaceX's Twitter livestream coverage. It's almost embarrassing for SpaceX that they couldn't even compete with you, but at the same time a massive congratulations to you for pushing the boat out with your coverage. Thank you so much for this 🙏🏻

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2 weeks ago

Great launch and covrage! Big congratulations to everyone at SpaceX and your production team. Something interesting I've noticed is that at 7:36:17 you can see the exact moment when B9 blew up by going frame by frame and the explosion clearly came from the common dome area suggesting that it was indeed the FTS. That's great because it means that the upgraded FTS actually works and that B9 was intentionally destroyed due to something like a range violation after an anomaly in the boostback burn and did not explode from damage after hotstaging.

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2 weeks ago

#1 on trending! You guys deserve it! We love you guys! Thank you Tim Team!

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2 weeks ago

That delay between lift-off and when the sound finally reaches you is impressive!

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1 week ago

This was really amazing to watch live! Thank you so much for all the incredible work you do. I have to watch all your videos to learn more about rockets. You inspire so many people. Much love from Sweden!

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2 weeks ago

A massive amount of work and inspiration produced this launch and so congratulations Space X. Great coverage on this channel, intelligent and entertaining and some amazing coverage. Also, its great you dont talk over the actual launch, really appreciate that and shows you guys want to get us as close to the event as possible.

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2 weeks ago

Tim, you and your absolutely astounding crew are heroes! Although I missed your live coverage, just watching the recorded replay was soooo exciting! I will always watch your live feed (within my ability in Hawaii) for future launches. Thank y'all for not only all the hard work, but also all the excitement, enthusiasm & energy you bring to all of this. 👍

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2 weeks ago

I'm glad SpaceX moved to X, Tim. Now you are getting the viewer numbers you deserve. Great quality stream!

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1 week ago

Tim…your enthusiasm never disappoints! Love the videos and what an epic day it was! 🚀

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2 weeks ago

Super thrilling to have watched this! Congratulations to everyone involved! I can't wait for the compiled video next week! Let's gooo! 🚀🥳

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2 weeks ago

7:32:30 - 7:42:00 Launch
7:49:45 Tracking cam full launch replay
7:56:55 Pad cam/aftermath
8:31:36 Over the shoulder launch view/shaking
8:46:00 SpaceX Drone angle
8:56:33 Stage separation close view with telemetry sync

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2 weeks ago

We enjoyed this whole broadcast. LOVED the emotions coming through too! They gave us a little taste of the experience and we apprecaite all of the hard work to pull of these shots!! 👏👏👏

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2 weeks ago

Thanks Tim and MaryLiz and crew for the awesome stream. Great reliving this moment online with some great people ❤

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1 week ago

Just shows how amazing people can be. I can’t even imagine the work and preparation involved in something like this.

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2 weeks ago

Love the work you all do, NSF, labpadre, WAI and everyone else included and thank you the planetary society for supporting Tim!

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