Full Replay: Starship SN11 test flight from a foggy Boca Chica, Texas

30 märts 2021
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SpaceX is set to launch the Starship SN11 prototype to an altitude of approximately 10 kilometers. A launch attempt is possible in the morning local time on Tuesday. However, as with testing, there is always a chance that teams could decide to stand down and try again on a different day.
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  • 2:20:38 - 2:20:46 That may be the most eerie moment of silence I've ever heard

    Samuel HeavenerSamuel Heavener5 päeva tagasi
  • judging how everyday astronaut's cameras ended up, you must be really thankful that your gear survived

    oiuet souiuoiuet souiu9 päeva tagasi
  • 2:55:16 "Whelp."

    Anna KAnna K10 päeva tagasi
  • Every test flight up until now has been in the middle of the day for me. yes!

    yasio boloyasio bolo10 päeva tagasi
  • You guys got some souvenirs by the camera site - hook me up !!

    bouytt guytbouytt guyt11 päeva tagasi
  • Build a huge funnel. Maybe it could hit that.

    jeffery huffmanjeffery huffman11 päeva tagasi
    • 2:44:53

      oiuet souiuoiuet souiu9 päeva tagasi
  • This is exactly why they shouldn't have launched in the fog. How can they see and learn anything from this?

    Paul BrittonPaul Britton12 päeva tagasi
  • 📹🚀🐳💥 🏄🌏

    snodgrass snodsnodgrass snod15 päeva tagasi
    • @yasio bolo what?

      ɱɛƈɧąɱɛƈɧą7 päeva tagasi
    • The ill-informed linda therapeutically test because waste rarely chew unto a dark yugoslavian. unbecoming, available biology

      yasio boloyasio bolo10 päeva tagasi
  • SN11 Has pass to history , another Rapid Unschedual Dissasembly we can say FTS work quite well, i can see soo many little pieces puzzles

    LOC USTELOC USTE15 päeva tagasi
    • Starting at about 2:20:46 I think we can hear the explosion and pieces hitting the ground. "Did iiit" BOOM

      bouytt guytbouytt guyt11 päeva tagasi
  • Hahaha boom

    i feel like i'm a TOADi feel like i'm a TOAD15 päeva tagasi
  • Very instructive

    Edern OllivierEdern Ollivier16 päeva tagasi
  • From England

    Lesley G ShepherdLesley G Shepherd16 päeva tagasi
  • A big squeeze from me to you guys. Lesley

    Lesley G ShepherdLesley G Shepherd16 päeva tagasi
  • 02:20:38 'here they go, look at thaaaat" :-D

    Dady mcDady mc16 päeva tagasi
  • 🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢

    روجين سليم ونواف ابن ريحانةروجين سليم ونواف ابن ريحانة16 päeva tagasi
  • Very poor technologies... SpaceX should go learn at City of stars near Moscow.

    Kemoi MêmeKemoi Même16 päeva tagasi
  • Do they use any drones in use for these events?

    Rob ShuttleworthRob Shuttleworth16 päeva tagasi
  • Launching in zero visibility...Why not wait a day or two? Rapid succession of launches...pretty reckless. Von Braun is turning in his grave.

    Greg ElkinsGreg Elkins16 päeva tagasi
  • How can they be going to mars when they cant keep the cameras working

    SasquatchSasquatch16 päeva tagasi
  • 2:44:53

    Hamburger HamburgerHamburger Hamburger16 päeva tagasi
  • 2:15:10 Rip headphone user xD

    Nick VielwockNick Vielwock16 päeva tagasi
  • The ill-informed linda therapeutically test because waste rarely chew unto a dark yugoslavian. unbecoming, available biology

    Patrice ClarkPatrice Clark16 päeva tagasi
  • Starting at about 2:20:46 I think we can hear the explosion and pieces hitting the ground. "Did iiit" *BOOM*

    Thomas BryanThomas Bryan16 päeva tagasi
  • Still got those fires in the wiring and pipes above the rocket nozzles. That can't be doing any good.

    Hugh the Musical EngineerHugh the Musical Engineer16 päeva tagasi
  • Get a camera converted to Full Spectrum

    KevKev16 päeva tagasi
  • Debris where is ???

    RootRoot16 päeva tagasi
  • I woke up and went on twitter just to see that there was only 30 seconds left until launch lol. I had to click so fast on this stream.

    Sean MusmanSean Musman17 päeva tagasi
  • Every test flight up until now has been in the middle of the day for me. yes!

    PixelStackerPixelStacker17 päeva tagasi
  • If only during the launch, there were thermal cameras. Edit: My suggestion is to have thermal cameras during the next launch in case the weather is foggy again.

    mark Galamitonmark Galamiton17 päeva tagasi
  • Good job!

    Atiyeh StarkAtiyeh Stark17 päeva tagasi
  • when the crater is in the right spot, even if you dont want to reuse the rocket, you will be able to steer it directly into the scrapyard :) still getting a refund for the scrap

    Tervel NikolovTervel Nikolov17 päeva tagasi
  • when SN11 had lifted off and 30 seconds later the sounds from the engines came threw I almost shit myself XD

    Zak SullivanZak Sullivan17 päeva tagasi
  • 😂🤣😂🤣😂🤣😁😂🤣😂😂😂😆😂🤣😂🤣🤣

    ApplezBeRealApplezBeReal17 päeva tagasi
  • Why in hell 😐 don't they just beam 😒 the thingy up there? Also, MingTheMerciLess never had this issue. He always stuck the landing. One of these days somebody's 👁 🧐 gonna get put out from the shrapnel and other flying debris if they keep blowing stuff up.

    MeaneyMouseMeaneyMouse17 päeva tagasi
  • How to blow 38million in 2minutes

    paul johnsonpaul johnson17 päeva tagasi
  • SNL even

    Alex KAlex K17 päeva tagasi
  • This is embarrassing. Not so much the destruction of the ship (it's development, it happens), but the absolutely amateur narration of the whole thing. Reminds me of a couple of giggly, over-stimulated 11th graders describing their homemade rocket project, and how amazed they are that anything actually worked. Give me the overly-formal, deadpan narration of the old NASA anyday.

    Nunya BinnissNunya Binniss17 päeva tagasi
    • NASASpaceflight and NASA aren’t associated

      Jack WhitlockJack Whitlock16 päeva tagasi
  • You can say SN11 gets Fogged heheehe....

    Viktor ShahViktor Shah17 päeva tagasi
  • 🌮

    saimul Haquesaimul Haque17 päeva tagasi
  • Don't worry be happy. The process is life, the rezult is death.

    Alexander KoryaginAlexander Koryagin17 päeva tagasi
  • I think SpaceX is going to need some extensive forensics into this one...

    Bill MartinBill Martin17 päeva tagasi
  • Dragon spotted at ~2:17:58

    PhilPhil17 päeva tagasi
  • Where is Zeus?

    jt rjt r17 päeva tagasi
    • Hope he's alright, a piece of debris landed on his house.

      Ezra StarkeyEzra Starkey5 päeva tagasi
  • This is like watching Kenny and Vic from 'Most Extreme Elimination Challenge' narrate - simply inspiring and amazing!

    leuch3rdleuch3rd17 päeva tagasi
  • Yeah! I think Musk did many of us a dis-service by launching a rocket, that he probably didn’t have much confidence it!!!, in the fog so that none of us could learn from the RUD. Plus the entertainment value!!!!!!!

    boatbyrdboatbyrd17 päeva tagasi
  • Musk is off his meds? Intervention is called-for. It's just.dumb luck that didn't hit the tank farm......Jesus H Christ..... Might I suggest wrapping a skirt AROUND the stand before opening the ports on those engines due to all of the wind and dust? There was an obvious leak in the plumbing which did catch fire, and can be seen in the video. During re-light, seems it became significant. SN10 was on fire as it came down, and not a good?.....fire...?....from other than..... the nozzle..?

    Imtheone VanHalenImtheone VanHalen17 päeva tagasi
  • Ah well. Back to the old drawing board. LOL. Seriously though, as long as not one cent of taxpayer money goes into this money pit, then I have no problem just watching and listening to the boom booms. :)

    turbofanloverturbofanlover17 päeva tagasi
  • Danger cam!

    sixstringsimpletonsixstringsimpleton17 päeva tagasi
  • When will these people stop being so chipper while reporting on an epic fail?

    Hank FinkeHank Finke17 päeva tagasi
  • Uses that Apple M1 Chip.

    moeshickenyaymoeshickenyay17 päeva tagasi
  • OMG what a stupid mistake waiting all this time and effort to execute this mission with such poor visibility. I think this was a little reckless on SpaceX part and I wonder how many youtubers are going to admit it. WHAT A WASTE 😒

    CaLi KrTLCaLi KrTL17 päeva tagasi
    • You're a waste

      Ezra StarkeyEzra Starkey5 päeva tagasi
  • Just to be clear, the last time that VLC Next Frame worked correctly was in version 0.8.6. It has been broken ever since, for the past 9 years. They either can't or won't fix it. If you need to use Next/Previous frame, then start using MPV media player.

    agvulpineagvulpine17 päeva tagasi
  • 8,9,10,11 ... why so hasty? take a breath and analyze...

    ssssssssssssssssssss17 päeva tagasi
  • so sad but why they started it in weather like this anyways, we waited so long we could have waited another day. But i guess they wanted to proof they can make it in ZERO visibility too :/

    Mos KitoMos Kito17 päeva tagasi
  • Ask The Gods.

    Profeta degli DeiProfeta degli Dei17 päeva tagasi
  • Would have love to see the shockwave move through the fog. I can't believe there isn't a single camera that caught the explosion :(

    Go KGo K17 päeva tagasi
  • Well, shit.

    Jim RanletJim Ranlet17 päeva tagasi
  • SN11: Experiences RUD John Insprucker: That's normal we expect that

    imdominic4imdominic417 päeva tagasi
    • @Shawn Callahan ?

      ɱɛƈɧąɱɛƈɧą7 päeva tagasi
    • Its all BS. I didnt see no launch..no rocket..no fallout..whats really fucking going on? Elon leave orbit?

      Shawn CallahanShawn Callahan17 päeva tagasi
  • 2:19:50

    ElijahElijah17 päeva tagasi
  • #2 ON TRENDING... Congrats guys

    Stuart WStuart W17 päeva tagasi
  • Betting Odds: Fog: -400 / SpaceX: +400

    Scott AnthonyScott Anthony17 päeva tagasi
  • That was by far my favorite launch! It was kinda spooky with the fog and explosion. Very fun guys and gal. Keep up the great work! 🙌

    James FitzpatrickJames Fitzpatrick17 päeva tagasi
  • metal rain is hard today

    arnold smitharnold smith17 päeva tagasi
  • 2:20:47 straight earrape

    ZenbuZenvoZenbuZenvo17 päeva tagasi
  • 2:20:45, there you go

    Alex CaldwellAlex Caldwell17 päeva tagasi
  • Isn’t the booster going to be the easiest part? It’s basically doing the same thing the falcon 9 booster does just thats its bigger and heavier with different engines.

    AjaxAjax17 päeva tagasi
    • Yes

      Jack WhitlockJack Whitlock16 päeva tagasi
  • did it explode before landing?

    Jessie CrossJessie Cross17 päeva tagasi
    • Yes

      Jack WhitlockJack Whitlock16 päeva tagasi
  • They should have waited for better weather.

    Peter James LedwithPeter James Ledwith17 päeva tagasi
  • Boom !

    mrstudemrstude17 päeva tagasi
  • This was not a hard landing like the others. This one blew up before completing the flip and rained down debris over a sizable area.

    NebTheWebNebTheWeb17 päeva tagasi
  • It's a scam. Musk needs PR to get all that high risk investment into his real companies. NASA and DoD pay this PR gag indirectly. Musk is an asshole, conman and scammer.

    pcuimacpcuimac17 päeva tagasi
  • SN11 Moon orbit ticket for sale, going cheap......

    tubewayarmy2tubewayarmy217 päeva tagasi
  • Currently trending 2nd on EEworld!!! Congrats NSF Team!!!

    Christian CassiramChristian Cassiram17 päeva tagasi
  • I'm presuming this is streaming from a nearby school.....

    HeavensGremlinHeavensGremlin17 päeva tagasi
  • Wow amazing 😍

    Виктория ЗакироваВиктория Закирова17 päeva tagasi
  • Too bad about the fog, but I agree with Jack: that was awesome! :-D They might want to go back to the drawing board given these failures.

    Howard ShubsHoward Shubs17 päeva tagasi
  • Cartoon time

    Aarons SocksAarons Socks17 päeva tagasi
  • Interesting that the fog amplified all the toxic off-gasses. How much are they damaging our atmosphere? We need some regulation.

    Diana GableDiana Gable17 päeva tagasi
  • She blew up good

    MichaelMichael17 päeva tagasi
  • They were embarrassed to have everyone see another explosion.

    RonJohn63RonJohn6317 päeva tagasi
  • Too bad it was so foggy. That would have been spectacular.

    Zachary FreemanZachary Freeman17 päeva tagasi
  • 2:44:40 Wow.

    DJCtechDJCtech17 päeva tagasi
  • f

    Michael hMichael h17 päeva tagasi
  • so is this what happened, air force used sn11 as a target drone?

    Terry WhiteTerry White17 päeva tagasi
  • what minute i can see launch?

    Mi WrMi Wr17 päeva tagasi
  • I love u so much

    Michael eynonMichael eynon17 päeva tagasi
  • Elon Musk needs to start hiring adults.

    William EthridgeWilliam Ethridge17 päeva tagasi
  • Que the fog Speilburg. GO FOR LAUNCH

    fladave99 Millsfladave99 Mills17 päeva tagasi
  • One main question: @2:15:13 the video shows a small fire within the three engines. I'm wondering if this contributed to the explosion i.e. rain down of SN 11.

    Mike MatteraMike Mattera17 päeva tagasi
  • pretty obvious it exploded in the air! holy cow intense!

    Jaybyrd CybertruckJaybyrd Cybertruck17 päeva tagasi
  • 2:20:35 - things escalated quickly.

    Longmatey 80Longmatey 8017 päeva tagasi
  • Lab Padre has a live feed with your “Danger Cam” location in their view...kinda cool, eh?

    John EganJohn Egan17 päeva tagasi
  • Can you put there some floating camera on three or more ropes for observing rhe launch site from above-ish? Are there restrictions on stuff like that?

    Nomo HakonNomo Hakon17 päeva tagasi
  • Why they did it with this weather!!!!

    Aliens hunterAliens hunter17 päeva tagasi
  • Rip everyday astronauts cameras f’s in chat

    Satele ShanSatele Shan17 päeva tagasi
  • 2:14:57 R.I.P Headphone users

    William MulreedWilliam Mulreed17 päeva tagasi

    CARLOS ZCARLOS Z17 päeva tagasi
  • Why not use parashoot to decrease speed while it was floating horizontally

    taimoor ariftaimoor arif17 päeva tagasi
  • Do you think SpaceX will let you keep the piece that "love kissed" danger cam?

    Transmission ControlTransmission Control17 päeva tagasi
    • No

      ɱɛƈɧąɱɛƈɧą7 päeva tagasi
  • As any pilot knows, fog is hard to see through horizontally but usually easy to see through vertically (*). SpaceX always has a camera pointed straight up at the landing rocket. Perhaps that video is available. (*) Pilot's know this because they're taught that looking down at "that almost clear field" can be deceptive when they try to land and find out that the "thin fog" they noticed looking straight down is now a killer when they're looking through a half mile of it from the side

    Russ SmithRuss Smith17 päeva tagasi