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JCSAT-16 Technical Webcast ctm magazine

This is the technical webcast and will only feature shots of the rocket launch, landing and countdown audio. For the full launch coverage check out our hosted webcast.

SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket will deliver JCSAT-16, 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 16 satellites. SpaceX’s Falcon 9 successfully launched JCSAT-14 in May.



  • Nico Marcel on August 14, 2016

    I love this rocket

  • Archer on August 14, 2016

    I wonder why this is unlisted, It was a completely successful launch and landing, at least from my perspective.

  • bailey zhang on August 14, 2016

    waiting for BFR concept and falcon heavy launch

  • Anubis on August 14, 2016

    I wonder if there is a point to be made in showing the last bits of this stream where you can see the nozzle cam (or deployment cam) pointing into space and the earth below and you cannot see a single star (because of the earth / sun glare), to the "Moonlanding was faked because… No Stars" conspiracy "theorists"?

    But I suppose SpaceX is faking it as well. Sigh.

  • Rick UK on August 14, 2016

    Well done again! lol

  • Ariel Alcazar on August 14, 2016

    at what time is it supposed to take off? cause every time it takes off I neevvveerr! get to see it! 😒

  • Raits Hots on August 14, 2016

    Well done. But good little projected flighting pilot. Rocket in good old time. Today Next new fast systems fly in Cosmos station or expidition. 1930-1960 project in real flight for Cosmos. Not Say fantasy. 1960- day experimental flight in Cosmos standart fly 35 minutes time. I.L look Russia special flight Shuhoj F 30 very fast in Cosmos 25min speed and Back Earth. Arhiv youtube in full info Russia project. Thank watching info. Good luck day. Next time projected flight. 😉

  • Jacob Trzaska on August 14, 2016

    Awesome! Can't wait to see one reused!

  • Brian Bowman on August 14, 2016

    lost signal so couldn't see return if 1st stage???

  • Niek Bergboer on August 14, 2016

    Nice work! Do you actually deorbit the second stage by retro burning at apogee?

  • Boaty Mc Boatface on August 14, 2016

    awesome!! well done SpaceX!! My son and I traveling from NZ next year to witness launch, hopefully a return to land flight ! can't wait!!!!

  • Max A. on August 14, 2016

    no longer experimental landings ?! :O nice one

  • James Guy Photography on August 14, 2016

    It should be called the Falcon 10, as there's a tenth engine for the second stage.

    Last night, they landed with one engine. That seems to work best.

  • Peroïne on August 14, 2016

    ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

  • Jacob David C. Cunningham on August 14, 2016

    I watched this space bridge "documentary?" or short film, I don't know what to call it. The proponents for space bridges mentioned the pollution due to rockets. Is that a real thing? I get the whole "A lb sent up with a rocket is $1,000.00 vs. $100.00 with a space bridge" and the space bridge being near fantasy at this point in tech. I was just wondering, is the exhaust mostly water vapor or not?

  • Sypher Rogue on August 14, 2016

    so footage of everything but the landing yea ok,3 to 4 cams for the take off but only one cam for the landing that loses signl just before seeing the landing, yea of course, completely believable, obviously it cant land

  • Zoutsteen from Holland on August 14, 2016

    If someone ever thinks about painting an X on Mars … make sure to jump aside quickly.

  • David S. on August 14, 2016

    16:48 Launch
    19:30 Separation
    25:25 S1 Landing (camera cuts out)
    49:09 Satellite Deployment

  • himano loganor on August 14, 2016


  • Serg Ltd on August 14, 2016

    поздравляю с успешным запуском!

  • emerald1one1 on August 14, 2016

    space is the answer to the the begining of earth ,yes =we all, began a long time ago .

  • newvoyeur on August 14, 2016

    'Loss of up link on touch down (vibration)' – This has happened too many times 🙁 Surely the landing is being recorded OK, then we could see whole landing event when up-link is restored. ??? Anyone has explanation ?

  • Matthew Ferrie on August 14, 2016

    Is the entire flight pre-programmed?

  • Patyx on August 14, 2016

    I creamed my pants just a little bit.

  • Jeff K on August 14, 2016

    Very cool, landing the first stage on the barge is getting routine. The next bit of excitement is flying one that has been launched and recovered already.

  • sven on August 14, 2016

    dose it have to come back so dirty?


  • Duncan Calvert on August 15, 2016

    What if they launched two rockets at the same time and each filmed the other. How cool would that be?

  • Cosmo Silver on August 15, 2016

    Thumbs down for interrupted stream at the most important moment (landing) get this stuff fixed its 2016!

  • CreamyBone on August 15, 2016

    Live streaming the landing that far out at sea not reliable… however it's recorded locally. In a few days they'll probably put up the uninterrupted footage.

  • John Smith on August 15, 2016
  • PointyTailofSatan on August 15, 2016

    Fake landing! I saw a glimpse of someone's hand putting the model rocket down on the pad! lol

  • Captain Obvious on August 15, 2016

    Fucking FAKE.

  • onjoFilms on August 15, 2016

    Can someone index highlights please. Don't have 51 min today.

  • J* J* on August 15, 2016

    Nominol Bullshit!!

  • Ferrariman601 on August 15, 2016

    Wow! They don't say "experimental landing" anymore in the on screen graphics 🙂

  • Curie Elka on August 15, 2016

    You should have like a chase boat or barge with a camera on it.. so theres no interference when Landing. just a thought.

  • leokimvideo on August 15, 2016

    There is a growing community who say these are fake. Now that freeze of video isn't helping say this is real

  • ram64man on August 16, 2016

    Fantastic work team I can't wait till you laugh at a successful landing of falcon super heavy, with a success like this nasa has a lot to answer for with its atlas design shortfalls and not being fully recoverable. Here's to a successful reentry of the dragon capsule module

  • Robert Evans on August 16, 2016

    Thanks for the extra video footage on drone ship…nice touch

  • JolykYa on August 17, 2016

    I think, when stage 1 is coming close to landing spot, there is a lot of smoke from its engine, and it is hard to compress that kind of video, because smoke has random pattern. Bitrate was increased and everything ruined. I saw this behavior a long time ago when HDD connected via USB 1.0 and there is a smoke or water on scene, and movie start freezing just like here.

  • xsnut1 on August 17, 2016

    so cool….

  • Matthew Ferrie on August 20, 2016

    How do they get the Falcon into a parking orbit by only using one long continuous engine burn? In KSP you almost always need to do an initial ascent burn and a final circularization burn.

  • The Architect on August 23, 2016

    Wonder if the camera fail on the drone was due to the heat from the thrusters. Should set up a little ship close buy to record it coming in and landing

  • David Sims on August 23, 2016

    Why is the video from the camera on the 2nd stage about 3 seconds behind the video from the camera on the first stage? You can see the time difference best right after first stage separation.

  • XP on September 30, 2016

    Why does the barge camera always fail just before touchdown? Its like they don't want to show a failed landing. Just show it! We've seen it land and we've seen it crash. Not a big deal for PR anymore. We prefer a successful landing, but we would just like to watch the whole thing uninterrupted.

  • Xom on December 19, 2016

    wow technology..

  • DeltaSFM Inc. on January 12, 2017

    26:05 Gotta love LOS

  • paul bo on January 14, 2017

    Please make your videos more communicating.
    Go see the videos of Arianespace, they are more beautiful.

  • Jesús Sard González on January 14, 2017

    26:00 Magical moment. You can appreciate the perfect shot into space. The calm reaction to landing 1st stage is so cool! SpaceX has landed a rocket in the sea at the NASA beach. Just think about it.That is history.

  • Fabio Ferreira Gomes on November 7, 2020


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