Starship Crews Busy Working Toward Massive Mission | SpaceX in the News

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Episode 236. Starbase crews aren’t messing around as they work day and night building up SN20, Booster 2, and the Orbital Launch Site. Dragon flies to its heavenly nest. Falcon places another payload into orbit. ‘Of Course I Still Love You’ embarks for the west side. And we finish with today’s Honorable Mention.

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TIMESTAMPS:
Intro: 0:00
Starship: 0:24
Dragon: 3:09
Starlink: 3:25
Honorable Mention: 4:34
Kevin’s Message: 5:57

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33 comments
  1. Thank you for not including the over simplified, hateful political comments in this video. I might actually re-subscribe if you can continue to control yourself. You should really make a whole separate channel for your political opinion. I would watch them too if you could leave out the hateful rhetoric and name calling. It does not make you look smart to call people names.

  2. Great to see that new company (RelativitySpace) coming along! I hope they and their new rockets go well!
    Great to see that they are reusable too!

  3. SpaceX is putting a drone ship into the Pacific Ocean, what if they are going to try to land starship 20 on the ship just to see if they can?

  4. There is no planets out there, there is no galaxies, it is all fake.

    All the satellites are hanging by balloons and there is no ISS or any other object orbiting the earth above ozone layer.

    No one ever had the guts to ride on a rocket, no one can survive the acceleration of any rocket.

    No one has ever proved that the Sun and Moon are giant balls out in the space.

    Just my opinion but I am willing to make a bet, $10k. Thanks for your reply

  5. Thank you for your informative smart and always Friday's video. (Other than last week. Sad for your loss) Our times zones a bit different here in Cape Town South Africa but your videos are the one I look forward to most…
    Keep up the great work, not yet watched this one thou
    I'm just so relieved there is one.
    Kevin, you are the best.

  6. I wish all my tech channels were like SpaceXcentric, brief, to the point, no farting around, no dumb skits, plainly spoken, and precise communication. Other channels take five minutes of content stretch it to twenty minutes, add fifteen more minutes of sponsor ads, then ten minutes of fund begging. It's just sad how bloated they are with pointless, off subject drama and topics. Kevin, you're great.

  7. Im too tired, i heard him say twenty second resupply mission and i was like how the fuck are the going to finish a resupply mission in 20 seconds.

  8. Why does Starship need sea level Raptors? After separation from the booster it would use vac engines. De-orbit would be vac engines, followed by re-entry and fall. The only time for sea level engines would be during the final flip and landing.

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