SpaceX Falcon Heavy NASA technology payloads STP-2 Mission | Launch & Landing



got school to complete and this is the mission director go for watching t-minus 30 seconds t-minus 15 seconds and nine eight seven six five four three two [Applause] take those bitches downrange t+ 25 seconds in the point under the thrust of over five million pounds how can healthiest head into space we're getting ready to throttle down for passing clean a period of maximum dynamic pressure we've heard call out of throttle buckle to limit for a sidecar we're through max Q vehicle is supersonic everything continuing to look good on the merlin 1d engines we're throttling back up on the side boosters to full power and then at 15 seconds into flight performance looks nominal currently the next event coming up in about two minutes well here call out of chillin of the in vac D engine that allows liquid oxygen to the top of the turbo pump to get the second stage engine ready to chill for ignition in just a couple of minutes [Applause] we're two minutes into flight we've begun to decrease this on the side boosters to minimize acceleration and loads on the Falcon heavy structure we've turned off one engine on each of the side boosters to decrease that load now our next major event coming up here in about 10 seconds shutdown and separation of the side boosters the view should be the side booster cameras on two sides in the center core in the middle mr. Shetty already cheering in the background it's going on midnight with a lot of people here it's Vincent side boosters are separated they're getting ready for their burn back to keep the narrow you can see on the left and right views the side boosters have ignited the center core continues under full power everything looking good on the Falcon Heavy next event coming up in about 15 seconds will be shutdown of the center core followed by stage separation and ignition of the second stage engine good views are the two side boosters under the thrust of three engines each slowing down their velocity and coming back towards Cape Canaveral we have shut down on the center core stage separation confirmed we have successful separation and ignition we're coming up on shutdown of the two side boosters very critical and we've heard the call outside booster boost back shut down the center core you can see is not doing a boost back it's headed downrange to the drone ship here comes ferry separation restaurant anomaly confirmation of the payload fairing separation so so far four minutes 17 seconds into flight second stage looking good headed to low Earth orbit carrying the 24 satellites the side boosters have done their first boon coming back to Cape Canaveral the center core has separated and is beginning its long coast downrange to the drone ship in the Atlantic Ocean so at 4 minutes 35 seconds and counting everything looking good on Falcon heavy [Applause] [Applause] now those side boosters are making their way back their grid fins on all three boosters should be deployed and those are helped guiding them to their landing zones as a reminder today we will be attempting to recover all three of these first stages and all three boosters are currently making their way home in just a few minutes the side boosters will execute an entry burn followed by a landing burn and the center core will do the complete the same burns just a few minutes later both burns are used to slow the stages speed down rapidly before landing at the time of separation the side boosters were traveling slow enough to turn around and make their way back to land and our side-by-side landing pads the center core is going too fast to efficiently return to the Cape so we're using our autonomous drone ship of course I still love you as we mentioned earlier as a reminder our drone ship is positioned twice as far offshore than normal so we may not get visuals of landing tonight also coming up in a few minutes they'll be the call-out for second engine cutoff so coming up in about a minute here we're gonna look for that side burst side booster reentry burn to begin shortly after that that should end about 20 seconds later you can see both of those boosters on the infrared camera on the left side of your screen again about 30 seconds until we expect those side boosters entry burn to begin so keep an eye on the left side of your screen in about ten seconds we should see those side boosters reignite for their entry burn thud booster and Sherbourne startup and we have confirmation that the entry burn has begun in about 15 seconds from now we expect that to end [Applause] and that entry burn has completed note that second engine cutoff and the center core will be landing almost at the same time so we're gonna have a few events in succession at about t plus 8 minutes and 21 seconds publicist I booster FTEs is saved Stage two FTL say that terrible guidance in about twenty seconds we're gonna look for that side booster landing burn to begin on both booster side boosters transonic ten seconds away [Applause] so I drew steered landing ring startup we've heard the call out for side booster landing when startup and then you see on the screen [Applause] she had some new toys or two Landgraf [Applause] surprise [Applause] sighs booster landing what an iconic view you've also at the same time a believer that second engine cutoff at the same time [Applause] as we mentioned earlier the center core entry and landing is going to be risky during entry will face more heating and dynamic pressure than we've ever experienced on Falcon 9 or heavy flight before why you ask because we have to lift the second stage higher and faster than other Falcon Heavy flights in order to have enough performance in it to execute for burns into all the different orbits so coming up at t + 9 minutes and 39 seconds we should see the center core entry burn ending Terracor everywhere oh we have the confirmation looks like that was the confirmation for it to begin so we're a little bit off the timeline core everywhere shut down and we had just heard the confirmation that center core entry burn has shut down and now that the entry burn is complete the center core is moving back about 20% faster than it was at the end of the Falcon Heavy to Arab set entry for first HK pillows expecting now we're coming up we're just about a minute away from that Center core landing burn beginning and as we've been mentioning this will be the most difficult landing that we've had to date this will be a three engine burn that center that center engine will start up first and then two outer engines will start up as well for that landing burn now we're just thirty seconds away from that Center core landing and it's no surprise that we do not have a live view of that Center core as it's coming down but it looks like we got a live view of intro ship there of course I still love you if you're just now tuning in we're just about ten seconds away from that Center core landing burn beginning

21 Comments

  1. ladyevenstar22 said:

    1mn reading comments , thanks guy going to find another channel

    June 26, 2019
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  2. Walker Roberts said:

    I work at the Cape and watched it launch. Fucking killer in person. Super loud and amazingly bright

    June 26, 2019
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  3. Johnnie Lopez said:

    I can't believe we still using rocket fluid when we have other technology out there makes the world look like dumber than it really is

    June 26, 2019
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  4. deogratius valerin said:

    Why the clock counting second smtym behave abnormal..look T- 06

    June 26, 2019
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  5. tcb268 said:

    Powered by screams and applause.

    June 26, 2019
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  6. Alan Buckley said:

    I watched this on another Channel, and they showed the Center Core almost make the landing! This coupled with too many ads at exactly the wrong time has made me unsubscribe! See ya, wouldn't want to be ya…

    June 26, 2019
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  7. Matt Gorgoglione said:

    Awesome

    June 26, 2019
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  8. Bill Kohl said:

    Congratulations SpaceX great job and so impressive! Just amazing job. Well done by everyone! Just fabulous 👍👍

    June 26, 2019
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  9. Richard Catalina, Jr. said:

    Space X never shows the crashes or misses – the video always cuts off. C'mon, show us the failures as well as the successes! We'll still love ya!

    June 26, 2019
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  10. Matt Harding said:

    Don't like your editing and popups…. UNSUBSCRIBING NOW!! bye

    June 26, 2019
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  11. King Peter said:

    The one livestream I miss as my favorite host.

    June 26, 2019
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  12. George Ski said:

    Toooooooo many commercials this is useless just tell me later

    June 26, 2019
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  13. Stanley Rakoski said:

    What EVIL did go.

    June 26, 2019
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  14. Stanley Rakoski said:

    You tube is cable tv now, why money grubbing sumbitches.

    June 26, 2019
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  15. Juan Arce said:

    R.I.P. Central Core

    June 26, 2019
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  16. PlanetGoofballdotcom said:

    Eesh that night landing, imagine being on a planet seeing that happen in you neighborhood not knowing what’s going on.

    June 26, 2019
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  17. TeslaCoPilot said:

    Your moving reminder to subscribe popping up every minute that really sucks. I did already subscribed with the bell. If you continue, I will be away & gone…

    June 26, 2019
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  18. Chris Burruss said:

    So many ads

    June 26, 2019
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  19. Homer Jay said:

    First.

    June 26, 2019
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  20. 8ight 5ive said:

    F in the chat for 1st stage

    June 26, 2019
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  21. NoMercy said:

    i like how it cuts out right before the center booster crashes

    June 26, 2019
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