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  • Gumek Rumej on February 22, 2017

    Yeh , Computer graphics is great.

  • Mike TD on February 22, 2017

    Looks like 125 flat earthers have watched and given the thumbs down…

  • Hans Marheim on February 22, 2017

    Elon works for Trump now. Of course I get disappointed when a man like Elon Musk distance himself from humanity and real world politics and sell out to the man deciding where tax payers money should go. Werner von Braun did that. Elon is just repeating history. What are technical achievements worth if they are made without moral consideration? What good makes it to send people to Mars if we let millions of children and millions of animals die of starvation every year here on Earth? Nothing. That's not breaking new land. It's madness, destruction and logically it is pure abuse of life itself. A great perversion.

  • Pablo Villar Vega on February 22, 2017

    What is that rounded object at 17:49?

  • Welcome back to the cargo resupply business Elon and SpaceX Dragon is its way back to the station and Launch Pad 39A is back in business.

  • skyprop on February 22, 2017

    i Like How SPACEX Doesn't care what the weather is like on Launch day!!

  • Clement Limuel on February 23, 2017

    Give us telemetry info on the 1st stage please 😉

  • Baron Zemo on February 23, 2017

    that makes me want to work on spacex!! i will study hard for that

  • iinRez on February 23, 2017

    So according to the web-cast speakers the aerodynamic nose fairing of the Dragon is just discarded to join the likes of all the other space junk. Why not have it tethered to the vehicle so it can be mounted during a space walk to discard during reentry?

  • bludge40 on February 24, 2017

    What was that Sphere that went under the cowling at 17:48? Just curious. Moisture?

  • S0WERR0 on February 24, 2017

    kurwa ! amazing !

  • SlabGizor117 on February 27, 2017

    Wow, it's amazing how slowly it accelerates compared to my rockets in KSP. Must be a lot of difference between ascent from Kerbin and Earth.

  • Harrison Mundschutz on February 27, 2017

    Why don't you just use parachutes for the first stage just like the srbs on the space shuttle?

  • tomar5e115 on February 28, 2017

    Who sees the debris that stage 1 passed on re entry at 21:07

  • EDIcoN on February 28, 2017

    earth is flat

  • Alexander Kosch on March 2, 2017

    What be cool to have Stage1 & Stage2 telemetry at least in the Technical Webcast 😀

  • Yolkolai on March 4, 2017

    17:48 – what is that?

  • Fake fake fake Mason vermin!

  • Aspen82 on March 14, 2017

    What falls off of the engine at 24:02? Looks like little shreds of paper.. Is it ice?

  • ATwinklingStar on March 15, 2017

    That was so amazing !!!!!!!

  • Robert Karma on March 16, 2017

    I love how they have the Liquid Hydrogen Netflix and Super Chill to provide more Thrust for the Falcon 9!

  • grablicH on March 17, 2017


    Houston we have a problem.

    Its actually fl…

  • Bo Guss on March 24, 2017

    What the hell is that object that floats by at 17:47? At least the size of a softball…

  • DJay81 on March 27, 2017


  • Adry on April 3, 2017

    es increible simplemente increible. saludos desde argentina,

  • Kittera McCloud on December 10, 2018

    I for one want to see more of these technical webcasts.

  • NicoAW on March 4, 2019

    this is where i got into SpaceX

  • Rusty Buckets 5000 on July 22, 2019

    me: bro do u even lift?
    falcon 9: hold my beer

  • psycleen on December 5, 2019


  • Tom Kutscher on May 29, 2020

    The shuttle service structure in the background is nostalgic

  • Gaming With The Genius! on September 1, 2020
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  • Bob Gold on November 16, 2020

    At 21:08 something dark flies by the first stage as it is decending to land… Any thoughts what it may have been… I presume that it passed very, very close to the first stage, since the camera has such a wide angle view…

  • murat senturk on May 8, 2021


  • exospace man on December 7, 2021

    Here it is
    The very first Spacex launch I ever watched

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