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SpaceX CRS-6 Launch ctm magazine

After six successful missions to the International Space Station, including five official resupply missions for NASA, SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket and Dragon spacecraft are set to liftoff from Launch Complex 40 at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida, for their sixth official Commercial Resupply Services (CRS) mission to the orbiting lab. Liftoff is targeted for Monday April 13, 2015, at 4:33pm EDT. If all goes as planned, Dragon will arrive at the station approximately two days after liftoff. Dragon is expected to return to Earth approximately five weeks later for a parachute-assisted splashdown off the coast of southern California. Dragon is the only operational spacecraft capable of returning a significant amount of supplies back to Earth, including experiments. The live launch webcast will begin here at approximately 4:15pm EDT.



  • vengencefrom1979 on April 27, 2015

    15:45 for launch

  • Ocodo on April 28, 2015

    26:00 Look at all those ufos flying around! 😉

  • OwenRULESSS on April 29, 2015

    why do they shoot water at the base of the rocket during ignition?

  • Han Shot First95 on May 8, 2015

    Most those guys in that room at the end are still in their 20's! That's incredible.

  • Landon Take America Back on May 11, 2015

    We see all the launches in fla. WOW!

  • Mihailo Jovanović on May 15, 2015

    Are those solar panel covers returning to burn up or they stay in LEO?

  • Robert Kraus on May 15, 2015

    I wonder if the rockets stay cool in the deep freeze of space and an take the heat better/

  • Ricangal on May 17, 2015

    Are there two studio light sources at about 28:45
    These are great cameras they have on these models; zero vibration no matter what is happening.

  • l.e.s. flash on May 24, 2015

    It's always amazing 2see

  • kmjn78 on May 30, 2015

    Someone can tell in what direction it fly from start to landing over which countryes it goes.

  • The Last Unicorn on June 4, 2015

    This is FAKE just like the moon landing and everything else NASA does.  No humans are in space.  Watch the videos of the astronauts closely.  It is ALL about propaganda!!  ALL of the space programs are FAKE.  This isnt even GOOD fakery and yet people believe it.  Mind blowing.

  • Josh A on June 16, 2015

    So Obviously fake and the mass sheeple just gobble it up.Star Trek is NOT REAL, I'm sorry to break your nerdy little bubbles.

  • Karl Davis on June 20, 2015

    I love SpaceX's and I'm not some Monday morning quarterback, just dreaming.  I notice a lot of their missions are heavy enough payload that they can't attempt a landing of stage 1.  That's good business sense, you're money ahead for getting paid twice instead of taking your chances on a landing.  However, I wonder if they should go with a very heavy short stage 1 that can do a heavy lift then land in eastern Florida.  Next, make stage 2 circumnavigate the globe once and land there as well.  That could recycle almost everything while still carrying double payloads.

  • waysoflife88 on June 28, 2015

    How did they gain speed and reduce distance covered at same time?

    They covered 349 KM from 5:007:30, but only 303 KM from 7:309:00, while gaining speed.


  • Leute on July 24, 2015

    It's understandable to have some dropped frames on the rocket mounted camera. But the ground camera dropping frames? give 4k 60fps ground camera pls

  • master 101 on August 26, 2015

    lol sweet launch bro

  • Jonah Beale on September 10, 2015

    For whatever reason I thought the Falcon 9 was similar in size to the Falcon 1 when I first saw it.

    Good lord was I wrong.

  • iksdegosciu on October 28, 2015

    why can they not call a hold after T minus 10 seconds?

  • Josh Cheng on December 20, 2015

    When is this launch starting??

  • Yggdrasil-Hain Nornen-Rat on December 22, 2015



    (Woher kommt der ganze Treibstoff, für welche Nutzlast???)
    Wie soll das kleine Triebwerk (oben an der Spitze) funktionieren,
    ab Höhen von 3 km. Warum haben China/Russen das noch nicht?




    (Anfang bis Ende der ganzen Treibstoffreise)

    ABER: Wenn das doch Funktioniert: GEILE SACHE!!!!!


  • Женя Плешко on December 22, 2015

    There is so many UFO's, which flying around… NASA haven't even try to stop the translation)) I like when they just fucking up in these sphere 😀

  • Mihailo Jovanović on March 22, 2016

    Could you publish a video of Dragon processing, mating with Falcon and rollout? Not a short one, but a bit more detailed one. I've never seen that part, and I bet it is as interesting as the launch itself. 🙂 Thanks

  • Nathaniel Justen on October 2, 2016

    looks CGI to me. "space may be the final frontier, but it's made in a Hollywood basement" .

  • Ajetz on February 14, 2017

    listening to launch control do their work is cool.

  • Alberto P. on August 2, 2017

    Too bad I couldn't see the beautiful explosions.

  • Edwin Robert on September 1, 2018

    Sticky throttle valve

  • Nathan Ball on December 25, 2018

    "Good luck stage 1"

  • Javier Vazquez on February 21, 2019

    “Good luck stage 1” wow the dedication 👏🏻

  • Kaltenstein on April 14, 2019

    so cool the Landing now is just a Routine part of falcon's missions

  • Yes on November 25, 2019
  • Ansa Pectoralis on June 4, 2020

    Landing for everyone who wants it: https://youtu.be/BhMSzC1crr0

  • Fabio Ferreira Gomes on October 29, 2020


  • Axe.Aerospace on November 30, 2020

    Who’s watching this in 2020????

  • Max Cabrera on March 3, 2021


  • Carter H on April 14, 2021

    Almost 6 years later it is now a routine thing for the stages to land and almost strange if it doesn’t!

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