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JCSAT-14 Technical Webcast ctm magazine



This is the technical webcast and will only include shots of the pad, rocket and our countdown net audio.

SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket will deliver JCSAT-14, a commercial communications satellite for SKY Perfect JSAT Corporation, to a Geostationary Transfer Orbit (GTO). SKY Perfect JSAT is a leading satellite operator in the Asia-Pacific region and provides high-quality satellite communications to its customers using its fleet of 15 satellites. Following stage separation, the first stage of Falcon 9 will attempt an experimental landing on the “Of Course I Still Love You” droneship. Given this mission’s GTO destination, the first-stage will be subject to extreme velocities and re-entry heating, making a successful landing unlikely.

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33 Comments

  • W0LF_ on May 6, 2016

    not every other day u see a rocket land perfectly on a ship in the middle of a ocean GOOD JOB SPACE X

  • leokimvideo on May 6, 2016

    Elton Musk for President
    That is after TRUMP

  • Craig on May 6, 2016

    Can you add Delta-V calculations into your webcast? Your super-nerdy friends out here would love that Info! Or perhaps Velocity in meters per second!

  • J Schlock on May 6, 2016

    I miss the folks talking about the progress and what is happening…

  • TrebleC4Me on May 6, 2016

    Roger that space rangers 👍

  • SylverG on May 6, 2016

    20:50 T-10s
    20:59 liftoff
    23:51 2nd stage startup
    29:26 stage 1 landing
    53:02 satellite deploy

    Cheers to all the SpaceX people for making all this possible.

  • lic2kil007 on May 7, 2016

    Way to go teams keep up the great work.

  • Kerr on May 7, 2016

    29:25 "Landing legs deployed… I think we loss……… THIS IS RECOVERY: THE FALCON HAS LANDED [Laughing in the background]"

  • Fennecbutt on May 7, 2016

    Thank you for the "technical" versions! I'm sure a lot of us really appreciate being able to have a one on one with the experience. Most of the people watching probably do not require the "presenter" interface like people watching a news program do. We're here for spaaaaaaaaace!

  • Weltschmerz von Gavagai on May 7, 2016

    KOYAANISQUATSI~

  • mlc449 on May 7, 2016

    Another job well done SpaceX. Keep up the good work.

  • BlackTalon53 on May 7, 2016

    25m above the deck the gigantic first stage was still falling at close to 180km/h. The 5g burn slowed it down to zero in one second.

  • theZeek on May 7, 2016

    Where was the readiness poll at T-13 minutes?

  • Thanks for this. It is next stage for all people in Earth

  • Unknown on May 7, 2016

    Very very good job, SpaceX! can somebody tell me what the "engine chill" stage is? also, is there any particular reason SpaceX doesn't install 1 or 2 parachutes onto the returning rocket, to make the landing that much smoother with the use of less fuel? Is it just not possible, or other reasons?

  • Clarence Dennison on May 7, 2016

    on my way back to college now I want to work at SpaceX sooooo bad.

  • Freddo Flintstono on May 7, 2016

    Come one, admit it, you painted that target afterwards :). Joking aside, that was superb. Congratulations!

  • NatureHacker on May 7, 2016

    Wow lowest budget landing fakery yet (~29:00). Didn't even try to make it convincing!

  • Michael Adams on May 7, 2016

    It looks like 0 to 60 in 7 seconds

  • tony sales on May 8, 2016

    is it to early to say another routine landing – great job space x – inspiring

  • more fake bullshit for the sheeple

  • Grumpy on May 8, 2016

    Just for giggles I watched the 0-100kmph = 10 sec. 1/4mile = 16sec. 🙂

  • João Emanuel S. on May 8, 2016

    Look at the wind, 31:45

  • Thomas Pakh on May 8, 2016

    What's that spewing out of the engine at 54:00?

  • Richard Embry on May 8, 2016

    Strobes on the landing legs

  • twistymcslide2 on May 9, 2016

    im 160 miles south , and was able to se it with the naked eye for 8 minutes after the launch .   I went inside and looked at the tracker .  showed it was about 1/4 of the way to Africa……   just amazing . . .

  • Jay Flippen on May 9, 2016

    I am still impressed by this new kind of sorcery.

  • ProTom Blast on May 10, 2016

    Is this the same rocket as of last time?

  • AnotherAccountToManage on May 11, 2016

    do they still show views from on the first stage?

  • Tim Crank on May 26, 2016

    Every time I see it I jump up and dance in the middle of my living room. You guys rock!

  • Igor L on May 31, 2016

    Awesome

  • Fabio Ferreira Gomes on November 4, 2020

    Espetacular. ………Incrível. ……..

  • Gaming With The Genius! on June 25, 2021

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