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1:24:40Starship SN10 Static Fire Test #2
9:14Starship SN10 Static Fire
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2:18:06Starship SN10 Static Fire Test
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1:54:55SCRUB: Starship SN10 Static Fire Test Scrubbed

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  • Someone AT SPACEX watches NSF LIVE!! You guys are freaking awesome!!! WEN HOP? MUCH WOW!!! Thank you Mary and everyone!

  • Question for anyone. What if Elon made a star ship that did not come back from space by that I mean the starship only has a detachable lower engine or lower ring. What amount of the starship could used. The other question I have is what type a size and shape could be fitted by the heavy lift rocket. Could This be larger that the starship. What would you place on the heavy lift rocked.

  • Peter Beck ate the hat!

  • Question for anyone. What if Elon made a star ship that did not come back from space by that I mean the starship only has a detachable lower engine or lower ring. What amount of the starship could used. The other question I have is what type a size and shape could be fitted by the heavy lift rocket. Could This be larger that the starship. What would you place on the heavy lift rocked.

  • Question for anyone. What if Elon made a star ship that did not come back from space by that I mean the starship only has a detachable lower engine or lower ring. What amount of the starship could used. The other question I have is what type a size and shape could be fitted by the heavy lift rocket. Could This be larger that the starship. What would you place on the heavy lift rocked.

  • Any clue when we will see bn1 roll out?

  • If SN10 can stick the landing, the captions will be "A PERFECT 10

  • 6:55 Did no one see Thunder Chicken, center top, near the expansion joint....

  • I notice the prevalence of standard industry equipment , cherry pickers, fork lifts, cranes etc, not much is custom built. Is this a deliberate choice by Space X related to the ideal that these are mass-production items?

    • It follows the Musk mantra of 'If you don't need it, don't produce it. Less is more.'

  • elon was like you don't know what number this raptor is here you go 7:12

  • the meme will keep the raptor alive this time :P

  • needed some engineering to start my day off. Inspired me to do some studying as well. Thanks

  • Thank you Mary & Jack 🥰

  • i love how every engine is a new meme now :D now lets see how he is going to use raptor wen hop (47) and under doge (??)

  • Für den Algorithmus

  • What an intro !! Fantastic

  • TFS, G :)

  • Be honest if anyone told you 10 years ago that the nect huge advance in spaceflight and the most powerful rocket parts ever built would have meme names and silly youtube inside jokes written on them during assembly would you have believed it?

  • Nice to see some of Elon's millions going into South Texas economy.

  • I notice lots of people not wearing mask. The gate guard, the people unloading the raptor engine, and some walking around. Seemed SpaceX was very serious up to today on mask wearing.

  • Let's hope it won't be the first and last flight of SN10.

  • I think this will be a successful launch and landing of SN10 just like falcon 9 alot of try until a successful landing

  • Apparently no more face smudging.

  • I watch these bulletins during breakfast (London). I find them informative and somehow relaxing, watching the growth of a facility in all its detail.

  • @3:29 a wonderful view over SN10 - is that a public road passing it?

  • Loving the 'comments/ names' on these Raptor engines now when they are delivered.

  • now that opening scene is really looks like in mars. come after preserverance clips from mars.

  • My goal is to save up enough to come see it once travel is permitted

  • Surely somewhere there is a Chinese guy named Wen Hop that is pulling a surprised Picachu face now?

  • *TH.. THE IRONY IN THE CHANNEL'S NAME*

  • did termination systems explode on last 2 impacts ?

  • ELON is trolling the camera crew. He obiously watche La Padres stream to keep tabs on the development.

  • I'm sitting in my office and this was playing in the background. Some how the sound of idling engines created the smell of diesel exhaust in my brain. It's 4:30a on Monday, I think I need more sleep haha.

  • My guess is they won’t be stacking SN15 for some time to come, BN1 will be first.

    • At least not until they get SN11 out of the high bay to make room.

  • When.....is the launch ?

  • Yknow SpaceX is doing proper business when they replace SN with names like "Under Doge" and "Wen Hop? Much Wow" with a rooster sticker next to it.

  • Hi what is different about the landing of starship

  • Instead of 'Aft Section' could we call it the 'Aft Support Section'?

  • My god, that raptor engine looks horrible complex. Cannot imagine how you inspect 28 engines on the booster in just one day.

  • 6:55 - SpaceX Raptor Engine: *Doge Edition*

  • 11:56 Read Venting as Vomiting

  • Bomb has been planted.

  • Venting methane: designed harmonics?

  • what's a FTS? is it basically a self destruct explosive?

  • Tieing rebar: Hi, Mom! Hey, kids!

  • 07:14, yes but is it really Raptor #47? =)) I feel that now they are just mocking us :)

  • That's the most advanced rocket engine in the world and there are memes written on it. Elon Musk is a legend.

  • Wait, why March 3rd? Why not on the 1st or 2nd? :(

  • not a pile driver. It's a Caisson rig drilling caisson

  • How on earth can you dislike these videos?

  • How many times has starlink 17 been scrubbed now?

  • It’s amazing how many different fancy terms engineers make up for blowing something up. RUD- we didn’t mean to blow it the F up Flight termination System-just in case we have to blow it the F up Main engine burn- controlled, directional blowing the F up. 😁

  • I wonder if the nail the landing if they would go for another or more flights with SN10🇦🇺🤔

  • Thank you SpaceX, for letting us watch this whole process!! And as always, THANKS MARY!!

  • YEY WEN HOP?

  • Holy shit Jack- loving the new camera. Yours is the same high standard Mary :)

  • C4 = fiireworks!!! ;)

  • 3rd time lucky?

  • At time stamp 1:01:00, super chat made mention of using side-by-side transporters. This may be for the new launch pad table they are assembling at the ship yard.

  • his there been any updates on the highbay bridge crane?

  • Flight termination installed?! Squeeeeeee😃!

  • It’s a Bird? It’s a Plane? No, it’s Thunder Chicken!

  • I got a feeling they will stick this landing

    • Yeah I believe those stick this one perfect right to the pad where they take off not a problem to it are weather meant to land I mean to The Landing Pad yeah this team smartest people I think in the world rutin 100 million percent form please be safe at all times and do it like clockwork

  • Somebody watches the show

  • They made sure Mary could spot the engine number this time.....47!!!

    • Lol

    • Hitman: Agent 47... Hope this engine is as performant lol 😁 Mary is such a good interface between us and all the work happening at BC.

    • I was thinking that to

  • How did Mary get so close?

    • Also are you streaming cameras via cell tower...? or satellite?

  • Does this mean that in case it does not stick the landing, the resulting explosion will be MUCH LARGER?

    • No, all the starships have had flight termination systems.

  • in 2045 iwant to ride in spacex starship

  • 13:15 - Spooky shot. Looks apocalyptic.

  • Btw watched the entire stream on Starlink I got set up Friday in California mountains and no buffering @[email protected]!!!

  • She’s getting hot and nervous 🚀😉

  • i wounder what the code for the self destruct will be???? 1....... 2.......3........4.......

  • Is the FTS a new addition to starship prototypes?

    • No, it's always there, was on all ships, including Starhopper, SN5 and 6, etc. It's just put up at the last minute, because of safety. Pretty much all rockets have it, including the Falcon. The only wackos that run without one are the Russians.

  • Where is this camera mounted?

  • Feels like I've been watching them stack BN1 for months now. 😣

  • Are those termination blocks the same kind used on the twin towers?

  • 9:18 -- An incredible amount of intricate exposed tubing runs. They'll have to be installed internally at some point when the Starships are flown to orbit.

    • You can't really mount the raceway internally. It's fine that it's there, it's very much external on the F9 and other rockets too, it's just well protected, that's all. The black insulation band running through the side of the F9 B5, that's a raceway not unlike this one. It'll be covered in final versions of the ships.

    • You say that but external raceway's have been a thing on like all rockets going back to Saturn V..... shuttle had loads (several required for the autogenous pressure system that SpaceX want to copy - using helium at this time after SN8 header tank issue as a stop-gap based on Tweets), so they will likely just be shielded with adequate protection. Easier to run up the outside than inside the cryo liquid tank.....

  • Do you think the raptors where designed to just fit in the back of the lorry

  • What are the new giant rebar circular cages for? At the launch site.

  • I just just came to check if work is still continuing on the orbital launch site. Thank you