What about it!? LIVE – Watch Starlink v3 take off with me!

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Welcome to the What about it!? Starlink v3 Live Stream!

This time we will watch the SpaceX Starlink v3 launch, take another 60 satellites from the Starlink constellation into orbit! This will raise the number of Starlink satellites in orbit to 240 and SpaceX will be half way there to being able to provide first service to customers.

Launch Date: January 29th
Launch time: 1406 GMT (9:06 a.m. EST)
Launch site: SLC-40, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida

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20 comments
  1. Holy crap, that was a landing of a booster on a barge in the middle of the sea . A great fantastic excellent landing. Just what do you require? I guess you require an absolutely on the spot not even a millimeter off the x and soft as a babies butt landing??? If this landing was not up to whatever your standard is then you will never find a rocket landing that you will appreciate fully.
    Please please do a video showing how this landing was bad and what you think qualifies as a better landing than this on a barge in the middle of the sea. I look forward to it.

  2. One of the questions was how much do the faring weight. 250 lbs isn’t close. I watched a video of them coming off the ship. They are lifted off with a crane and go on a jig to support them, then on a tractor trailer and are well over 10 ft wide.
    My guess on weight would be 5,000lbs plus. Each.

  3. 2:19:00 Yep. And not just rocket companies should learn how to handle failure from SpaceX. Failure is a good thing! There is no better teacher than failure.
    Politicians, please take a hint!

  4. Will space be available to everyone? By 2025, It will be available to just about anyone with $11K (for suborbital flight), $35-70K (orbital flight), $350K (Moon) & $1M (Mars) – Figures based on $70/kg & needed supplies & refueling… By 2030, that cost should be down to $20/kg — NY – Moscow (with 20 min in space) for $3K! To get up to a new space station – $20K! To get to the moon – $80k, & to Mars for $300K (including extra supplies)!

  5. F9 first stage did hover during the landing i figure that entry was started about a second too early it slightly went up for the tiny hover and "booped" back down.

  6. SpaceX is the only company which employs cameras all over their craft. . . Elon knows damn well how powerful the involvement of the Public is, and capitalizes on it well.

  7. Felix, keep up the great work being personable and human, including being a calm dad, it was nice to see your “curious” daughter and son, very cute.

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