Watch SpaceX launch its Falcon 9 Rocket from Vandenberg AFB in California!

2020 21 نوامبر
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SpaceX will launch its Falcon 9 rocket from SLC-4E at Vandenberg Air Force Base, in California. The rocket will be carrying the Sentinel-6A satellite. The joint NASA/ESA satellite will collect data on sea level changes and atmospheric conditions to improve weather forecasts and climate models.
Want to learn more about this mission? Check out our Prelaunch Preview! - everydayastronaut.com/sentinel-6a/
00:00 - Intro
03:00 - Prelaunch Preview
11:00 - Q&A
24:30 - Flight Trajectory
34:13 - T - 1 Minute
35:13 - Lift Off!
37:37 - Stage Separation
43:00 - Landing Burn
44:53 - Q&A
1:10:18 - Moon Conspiracy Theory Debunking
1:14:30 - Q&A
1:35:25 - Payload Deployment
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  • Just came herr after SN8 i think kust a dragon and a falcon 9 is a good option becquse Starship is risky they need to re do it

    Beta DevBeta Devپیش 15 روز
  • I saw it!

    PumpkinCakeYTPumpkinCakeYTپیش ماه
  • I live near VAFB. And every time I see a rocket launch I just say “Vandenburg wakes up again.”

    Burt CurtisBurt Curtisپیش ماه
  • 1:16:17 Iowa (edit: said Idaho instead)

    Experiment 101Experiment 101پیش ماه
  • Hey Tim, I was wondering while watching a Dragon capsule approach the ISS what are the contingencies if the nose cone didn't open? What could ISS do? I don't see a Canada Arm II grapple point. If the cone did open but docking failed, is there a grapple point on Dragon's docking mechanism? Could ISS astronauts EVA and manually grab? If so - then what? Can astronauts inside Dragon do anything? There are multitudes of questions surrounding these scenarios but you get the idea. Thanks buddy. Love your enthusiasm. Keep up the great work!!! It's highly appreciated and extremely educational.

    Doug EwaldDoug Ewaldپیش ماه
  • I cant believe I missed this, im only 50miles away, could have seen from backyard.

    qopoy dnonqopoy dnonپیش ماه
  • Just amazing shots this time! Perfect weather. I only wish there was no loss of signal right at the touchdown.

    asioe kiouasioe kiouپیش ماه
  • Sick shots, but sadly only 720p. That first stage backflip would've been an awesome wallpaper.

    Zach PobleteZach Pobleteپیش ماه
  • again.

    yasio boloyasio boloپیش ماه
    • Wtf Tim!? To even point in the "ooh, this is a natural phenomenon, we just have to ride this one out" direction is fucked up!

      qopoy dnonqopoy dnonپیش ماه
  • Drove 3 hours up the coast to see this launch with my dad who had never seen a rocket launch irl before. (I hadn't either) The landing blew his mind, it was like he was a kid again.

    MOS3MOS3پیش 2 ماه
    • Awesome!

      asioe kiouasioe kiouپیش ماه
  • Hey folks! Just trying to gauge interest here - which of these Kill Counts are you MOST excited for and most likely to watch? Thanks!

    soiung toiuesoiung toiueپیش 2 ماه
  • Hey folks! Just trying to gauge interest here - which of these Kill Counts are you MOST excited for and most likely to watch? Thanks!

    Immortal MikuImmortal Mikuپیش 2 ماه
    • Whoa

      yasio boloyasio boloپیش ماه
  • I have a question: at the stage 1 separation, why does the Merlin Vacuum engine eject the ring at 37:48? What exactly does it do?

    Harry ShragerHarry Shragerپیش 2 ماه
  • This is by far the best landing I've seen. I'm glad this is happening in my era. The grid fins were working over time... God Bless SpaceX

    dcoog anmldcoog anmlپیش 2 ماه
    • of some sort?

      soiung toiuesoiung toiueپیش 2 ماه
  • 43:11 火箭返回回收

    Guangneng HuGuangneng Huپیش 2 ماه
  • It would have been a simple matter to compose a shot with the three commentators around their desk, AND the landing first stage. Why didn't they do that? As it was, the landing occurred apparently off-camera on the left.

    smichelsensmichelsenپیش 2 ماه
  • F

    Ashlie NielsonAshlie Nielsonپیش 2 ماه
    • I can't tell if people in the comments are real or not

      dcoog anmldcoog anmlپیش 2 ماه
  • I was there it was pretty cool

    GameStrumGameStrumپیش 2 ماه
  • I just come here for the booster landings.

    77gravity77gravityپیش 2 ماه
  • At 1:02:00/2:04:56 tim you should know about how these rockets are checked after they land for refurbishment. thinking NDT stands for a company made me giggle a bit, because it stands for non-destructive testing

    Mert KoçoğullarıMert Koçoğullarıپیش 2 ماه
  • This broadcast felt janky AF

    Kenneth JamesKenneth Jamesپیش 2 ماه
  • You + Jessie 😇

    Sinistav TnTSinistav TnTپیش 2 ماه
  • you not gonna talk about the china moon mission to return rocks samples from the moon?

    timothy1949timothy1949پیش 2 ماه
  • Wtf Tim!? To even point in the "ooh, this is a natural phenomenon, we just have to ride this one out" direction is fucked up!

    Jesper JohanssonJesper Johanssonپیش 2 ماه
  • dont they see it going on right now and they staying up there they are crazy

    lisa edwardslisa edwardsپیش 2 ماه
  • it's going to be destory byy a meteor shower the spacex

    lisa edwardslisa edwardsپیش 2 ماه
  • Whoa

    I'm Commenting On Every Vid I SeeI'm Commenting On Every Vid I Seeپیش 2 ماه
  • Absolutely amazing. What an amazing time to be alive.

    Ricks GamingRicks Gamingپیش 2 ماه
  • The 2 views of the 2nd bell - one view looks to be showing a side increasingly hotter whilst the other colder. Is this because of which side is facing the sun or is this a video error of some sort?

    Jonathan ColeJonathan Coleپیش 2 ماه
  • Cup noodles started after ww2 in Japan to provide very cheap food for the Japanese.

    ----پیش 2 ماه
  • Hi from Batswana

    TheRolfanoTheRolfanoپیش 2 ماه
  • I can't tell if people in the comments are real or not

    Theo KirkleyTheo Kirkleyپیش 2 ماه
  • Why do the second stage engine seam to pulse after ignition? You can see it from the on board cameras.

    scott taylorscott taylorپیش 2 ماه
  • Another landing. Another issue with the video. Anyone have a video of a landing that doesn’t pause, freeze, go black at the last second?

    Toby WhiteToby Whiteپیش 2 ماه
    • I just the other day found out that they lose comm to the satellite because of the vibration at landing. That was why it happens with OCISLY anyway. I can guess there's huge vibration even on a pad on solid ground.

      Gene LGene Lپیش ماه
  • For what i received i passed on to you as of first importance: that Christ died for our sins according to the Scriptures, that He was buried, that He was raised on the third day according to the scriptures 1 Corinthians 15 3 PS: "according to the Scriptures" - what the Apostle means is that Lord Jesus fulfilled prophecy's of the Prophets of God in Old Testament. There are like hundreds of Prophecies that Lord Jesus fulfilled, just look it up bruhs and gurls. God is our Father. He is the best of Fathers, the most lovable and merciful of fathers. Read the whole uncensored Bible that is Catholic(The Original) and pray my friends. Wish you all well🙏amen🙏

    Konrad •Konrad •پیش 2 ماه
    • No thanks

      RenRenپیش 2 ماه
  • I will rule in Mars too!!!

    Donnie BunkerBoiDonnie BunkerBoiپیش 2 ماه
  • One doesn't own emotion, and when one is owned by emotion, it's a reflection of one's belief that one owns them ❤️

    STILLSTILLپیش 2 ماه
  • One of the coolest things I've seen. I live in souther California, drove to 2 hours to see it. Amazing.

    Goldengurl85Goldengurl85پیش 2 ماه
  • Watching launches never get old, back in the day late 60's and early 70's I watched all the launches from NASA. I use to work for Bendix Field Engineer supporting NASA. I worked on Antennas that tracked launches around the world. Elon Musk is so smart Space-X. you did an excellent job in showing angles

    Donald ZabelDonald Zabelپیش 2 ماه
  • Hi Tim. So I was able to see some outtakes from the moon landings that not many people see when I worked at NASA TV. They have mundane shots from the moon of cameras being adjusted and lenses being cleaned. There is footage that is overexposed, out of focus or too jittery to use. I always thought they should just release all that stuff to the public just to shut down the conspiracists.

    David MaheuDavid Maheuپیش 2 ماه
  • Where is the timestamp guy??

    Comment ThozhilaliComment Thozhilaliپیش 2 ماه
    • Everything is in the video desc lol

      RenRenپیش 2 ماه
  • I LIVE IN TEXAS !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Ricky CrochetRicky Crochetپیش 2 ماه
  • Can you please tell these "scientists" they are look like morons for wearing muzzles and using plastic partitions while tgey are sitting out on fresh air ??? Stupid

    vedicastrolvedicastrolپیش 2 ماه
  • Does the second stage land?

    Space manSpace manپیش 2 ماه
    • No, but they de-orbit it and it burns up in the decent...usually over the Indian Ocean...that way it does not add to extra space debris.

      Mark BMark Bپیش 2 ماه
  • I love you music theme. I love your channel thanks!

    Fernando Avendaño ArenasFernando Avendaño Arenasپیش 2 ماه
  • Falcon heavy is launching on the 30th from there

    ai Spadezai Spadezپیش 2 ماه
  • So awesome i live here so i watched and it was loud the sonic boom made my ears feelin cloudy for a couple hours

    ai Spadezai Spadezپیش 2 ماه
  • Telemetry =) YEAH! Why not in the original SpaceX / NASA footage?

    1_2_Die1_2_Dieپیش 2 ماه
  • hahahaha we are now in a time where it is weird to have a new booster haha

    Neil FordanNeil Fordanپیش 2 ماه
  • I would probably watch these events if it wasn't for the narration. I just want to know what is due to happen and what is happening, not the aggravating clown in semipermanent contact with me and in my way.

    Michael McNeilMichael McNeilپیش 2 ماه
  • Just amazing shots this time! Perfect weather. I only wish there was no loss of signal right at the touchdown.

    Liam OrozcoLiam Orozcoپیش 2 ماه
  • 55:00 They use inertial guidance, which are basically gyroscope which use angular torque to calculate deviation and accelerometers plus time. Its an expansion and highly accurate version of what is called dead reckoning, that is, if you know your starting position, your time, acceleration and deviation, you can calculate your position to a high degree of accuracy. Air liners also used it in the days before GPS, although those were obviously far less sophisticated and still relied some on manual interpretation by the crew

    MusikurMusikurپیش 2 ماه
  • Just had a launch-gasm!

    Stomp CityStomp Cityپیش 2 ماه
  • And the confusing part is what about that again?

    Paul CoadyPaul Coadyپیش 2 ماه
  • Omg you’re on TRENDING

    burper2000000burper2000000پیش 2 ماه
  • Thanks for the ride, the telemetry video just keeps getting better with every launch.

    olsonspeedolsonspeedپیش 2 ماه
  • 👽 skip all ads go to the end then restart

    rob wellsrob wellsپیش 2 ماه
  • Enslaving the planet, one satellite at a time👏

    Fall Front 21Fall Front 21پیش 2 ماه
  • I'm soooooo glad my last name is not FRYLICK!!!

    Joe BloeJoe Bloeپیش 2 ماه
  • Everyday Astronut is soooooo FREAKIN ANNOYING!!!!!!

    Joe BloeJoe Bloeپیش 2 ماه
  • I got to see the launch this morning, just wow. First in person launch and definitely won’t be my last.

    Nick LewisNick Lewisپیش 2 ماه
  • Three legged landing!! Start at 43:30 and watch the left landing leg shudder when the engines shut down!!

    DinoCRDinoCRپیش 2 ماه
  • I still don't know what I'm wearing to the living room for Thanksgiving... I might not go!

    Paul Anthony DonahuePaul Anthony Donahueپیش 2 ماه
  • Everyday douchebag nails it again

    shatchett0shatchett0پیش 2 ماه
  • It always fails at the right moment

    ByronBruceByronBruceپیش 2 ماه
  • Hello, Humans. "The clouds may drop down titles and estates, and wealth may seek us, but wisdom must be sought." -Edward Young TERRANCE OUT

    T-Virus TerranceT-Virus Terranceپیش 2 ماه
  • I cant believe I missed this, im only 50miles away, could have seen from backyard.

    SoullessMeatVehicleSoullessMeatVehicleپیش 2 ماه
  • 19:26....the ocean near VAFB was to the n some...to the south some but this rocket went to the east....I watched it go inland.

    Jack HoffmanJack Hoffmanپیش 2 ماه
    • Hmmm which is more truth...nasa...the us government...or this supposed person? Not my business regarding him....but I will find out about the others I just mentioned....or hopefully die trying. The truth maybe only me.

      Jack HoffmanJack Hoffmanپیش 2 ماه
  • in the 80s my grandfather and i drove to Florida to watch a Shuttle launch "It was Great"will remember it always i have a photo of grandpa on the runway with his arm out "flying in for a landing" was really neat he grew up in the horse and buggy days and watched a shuttle launch !! ps drove from oklahoma in a van with a bad ignition module in it would get about 3 hours driving before it would shut down but had a great time anyway

    FR RappFR Rappپیش 2 ماه
  • Yay. On Trending!!!

    RandomNewz Weather ServiceRandomNewz Weather Serviceپیش 2 ماه
  • Here we go

    Madhabi SenMadhabi Senپیش 2 ماه
  • loved the video, specially the narration and the telemetry for first stage. awesome job man!

    hypercoderhypercoderپیش 2 ماه
  • Could a satellite be used to look for MH370 on the ocean floor?

    John WytheJohn Wytheپیش 2 ماه
  • If 0 degrees is straight east, and 90 degrees is straight north, then 66 degrees would still be prograde. or are my assumptions incorrect?

    John WytheJohn Wytheپیش 2 ماه
    • @Everyday Astronaut Yeah, everything indicates it is prograde orbit. I just can't figure out how they could launch to the south and get a prograde orbit of 66 degrees.

      John WytheJohn Wytheپیش 2 ماه
    • @Everyday Astronaut Looks to me like somebody got the 66 degrees wrong somewhere, or we don't understand the reference system used. looking at the launch and the tracking simulations, I would say it was 66 degrees SW which would make it 180+66=246 making it retrograde. That would confuse anyone trying determine prograde vs retrograde. One is telling you its retrograde, but the other is telling your prograde.

      John WytheJohn Wytheپیش 2 ماه
    • @Everyday Astronaut something seems off to me if 66 degrees North, wouldn't that mean it launched over land, even 66 degrees south would kind of put it over land as well.

      John WytheJohn Wytheپیش 2 ماه
    • @Everyday Astronaut Yeah sometimes my brain doesn't work right either when it gets tired.

      John WytheJohn Wytheپیش 2 ماه
    • You’re right. I wasn’t thinking about it correctly 🙈

      Everyday AstronautEveryday Astronautپیش 2 ماه
  • Can’t wait for the EDA x TSS music!

    PinochetPinochetپیش 2 ماه
  • This is by far the best landing I've seen. I'm glad this is happening in my era. The grid fins were working over time... God Bless SpaceX

    Great OkamonuGreat Okamonuپیش 2 ماه
  • Lol...I can't believe He fell for that trick question @ 30:37 I was just watching him explain 0G and 5G reception in space

    Great OkamonuGreat Okamonuپیش 2 ماه
  • What a mess the broadcast was 😂😂 Happy to see Jessie get to see her first landing live in person :) Also thanks for showing the telemetry Tim

    Joshua TseJoshua Tseپیش 2 ماه
  • Moving to Brownsville till I probably will be working at Sx and live in Boca Chica area when they are “less concerned” about booms etc...maybe see “Tim” there to watch sn 8 hop in a week or so.. ...this was my first in person liftoff till booster landing. I was by the prison...dodging the prison guards......didn’t hear the boom of landing till at least a couple seconds after touching down. ..so nice to know at least current outer space tech is real...now on to becoming involved and seeing the truth out there on The moon & other places.

    Jack HoffmanJack Hoffmanپیش 2 ماه
    • Ohh yea a few seconds after liftoff look in the hills by the prison for a grey hat/mask & shirt & tanish shorts & course grey heated socks..among the small crowd and guards trying to find me.

      Jack HoffmanJack Hoffmanپیش 2 ماه
  • That booster landed, shut down.... then it burped! Have not seen that before.

    TubluerTubluerپیش 2 ماه
  • NOOOO! I slept through it! This is what I get for staying up all night :( Oh well, I’ll be here for Starlink tomorrow.

    Mr.ToxicHOTDOGMr.ToxicHOTDOGپیش 2 ماه
  • SpaceX and NASA people are getting along so well in the past few days/missions. We can feel NASA employee excitement towards SpaceX.

    JekJekپیش 2 ماه
  • Hi Tim longtime subscriber, love your deep dive videos , OLF Chanel is great too, keep the good works up, it really helps me, love light and balance &thanks Trevor

    trevor unswintrevor unswinپیش 2 ماه
  • 43:36 and Falcon 9 is landed on LZ4. Landing operator proceeded to 11.100 on recovery 2 Man I missed this line! Edited for the correct info

    Farhan Syafiq FadhillahFarhan Syafiq Fadhillahپیش 2 ماه
    • @Farhan Syafiq Fadhillah ok, thank you for the extra explanations

      Daniel SaraoluDaniel Saraoluپیش 2 ماه
    • @Daniel Saraolu oh for technical term on my comments LZ4 : Landing Zone 4, pad where the rocket from SpaceX is landed on Vandenberg AFB. On the east coast, they have LZ1 and LZ2 (LZ2 only used for side booster landing)

      Farhan Syafiq FadhillahFarhan Syafiq Fadhillahپیش 2 ماه
    • @Daniel SaraoluI'm neither expert nor have any knowledge about this, as I'm commenting this purely a guess. But the phrase is, possibly, technical order for the landing operator to do rocket checking after it was landed, based on procedure (section) 11, point 100, section 2 The almost similar notes was used on vessel recovery (you may heard it clearly on Arabsat 6A center core landing). Please note that if the twin booster was landed, it'll sounded like this "Landing Zone, side booster has landed, recovery operator proceed to 11.100 section 4 and 5" Too much technical phrase here. CMIIW

      Farhan Syafiq FadhillahFarhan Syafiq Fadhillahپیش 2 ماه
    • Can you translate what is that mean Farhan? Thank you.

      Daniel SaraoluDaniel Saraoluپیش 2 ماه
    • That should be the next t-shirt as a huge space nerd when I heard that I got tingles right after watching The Landing

      Arnold SherrillArnold Sherrillپیش 2 ماه
  • starliner?

    Mariachee BandidosMariachee Bandidosپیش 2 ماه
  • Love the norminal hat!

    Terri CroweTerri Croweپیش 2 ماه
  • Doesn't extreme bright sunlight (such as in space) also damage camera/video sensors?

    Joy LJoy Lپیش 2 ماه
  • NASA broadcast was so incredibly messy it was hilarious.

    Joy LJoy Lپیش 2 ماه
    • There is a choice?

      Michael McNeilMichael McNeilپیش 2 ماه
    • yeah I love it though it's got a certain charm when it's messy it's cute

      Michael WorkmanMichael Workmanپیش 2 ماه
  • i use to live there

    Anhmh1Anhmh1پیش 2 ماه
  • 1:26:00 lol - "if you are an expert at producing methane, dew it" that made me giggle

    Joy LJoy Lپیش 2 ماه
    • @Michael Workman glad I live in the EU. No way we would end up with such a dangerous chemical in a hand sanitizer.

      Joy LJoy Lپیش 2 ماه
    • "The agency has posted a do-not-use list of dangerous hand sanitizer products, which is being updated regularly. In most cases, methanol does not appear on the product label. However, methanol is not an acceptable ingredient in any drug, including hand sanitizer, even if methanol is listed as an ingredient on the product label. The FDA’s ongoing testing has found methanol contamination in hand sanitizer products ranging from 1% to 80%."

      Michael WorkmanMichael Workmanپیش 2 ماه
    • they weren't supposed to contain it, really.

      Michael WorkmanMichael Workmanپیش 2 ماه
    • @Michael Workman Methane and methanol are not the same thing. Anyways... I doubt legal hand sanitizer contains methanol. It is highly toxic to humans causing blindness at 10 mL ingestion and death at 100 mL. Human skin can absorb it. If you want to divert a large source of methane, think about cows. They generate a lot of it.

      Joy LJoy Lپیش 2 ماه
    • hey we found out recently some hand sanitizer contains methanol. so why not defer all that methanol to rocketry since it's no good for human skin?

      Michael WorkmanMichael Workmanپیش 2 ماه
  • Tim, don't waste streaming time on people who can get their own facts straight. This is referring to the superchat about your Electron stream.

    Joy LJoy Lپیش 2 ماه
  • Any idea why spacex has removed the nice arcing timeline that they've used the last couple of years. Today's sentinal launch had no timeline and last week's Crew 1 launch had only two circular telemetries showing altitude and velocity. My kids love the arcing timeline and shout-out MECO and Max-Q!!

    speedsterwinstonspeedsterwinstonپیش 2 ماه
    • @Anorax they used the arcing timeline for DM2 and it was a NASA mission

      speedsterwinstonspeedsterwinstonپیش 2 ماه
    • It was a NASA broadcast unfortunately.

      AnoraxAnoraxپیش 2 ماه
  • Wow I can't imagine that it passes the speed of sound and seeing figures at thousands of kilometers per hour speed is really mid boggling yet looking at how it was ascending from the ground it looks slow. I was driving 100kph and feels like so fast already.

    Stradskie Gaming VLOGStradskie Gaming VLOGپیش 2 ماه
  • was this just today?

    Stradskie Gaming VLOGStradskie Gaming VLOGپیش 2 ماه
    • Happened 7 hours ago

      vegancamvegancamپیش 2 ماه
  • I bet they're trying to find that Island in Lost.

    Peter DawesPeter Dawesپیش 2 ماه
  • 1:22:19 IMHO flame diverter would be contra productive for Starship development. You need to acknowledge this is supposed to start from Mars, there will be no ramp, it will probably start from its legs standing on rocky ground. And Mars launch is another thing, I'd like to see how it will work. If there will be some habitat, how far it will need to be from Starship. I think I heard exclusion zone for Earth is supposed to be 30 km. How are they suppose to install pipes in order to fill it in with propelant if it will be produced by some previously delivered equipment. At this point I think most of ground equipment for Mars will need to be mobile.

    Danny CzechDanny Czechپیش 2 ماه
  • So when are u going up in Space man?? Can't wait to seen that smile one day :D

    PantheraPantheraپیش 2 ماه
    • in the 80s my grandfather and i drove to Florida to watch a Shuttle launch "It was Great"will remember it always i have a photo of grandpa on the runway with his arm out "flying in for a landing" was really neat he grew up in the horse and buggy days and watched a shuttle launch !! ps drove from oklahoma in a van with a bad ignition module in it would get about 3 hours driving before it would shut down but had a great time anyway

      Immortal MikuImmortal Mikuپیش 2 ماه
  • I love spaceflight because indeed it is pushing the limits of what is technologically achievable and manned spaceflight means going to the most hazardous environment possible and doing science there. If something goes wrong and safety measures fail, you're a goner and so is all of the expensive equipment.

    Joy LJoy Lپیش 2 ماه
  • 41:06 Un Bruh Momento

    Nick AahNick Aahپیش 2 ماه
  • Never gets old.

    Lou HodoLou Hodoپیش 2 ماه
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