Starship | SN15 | High-Altitude Flight Test

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As early as Wednesday, May 5, the SpaceX team will attempt a high-altitude flight test of Starship serial number 15 (SN15) - our fifth high-altitude flight test of a Starship prototype from Starbase in Texas. SN15 has vehicle improvements across structures, avionics and software, and the engines that will allow more speed and efficiency throughout production and flight: specifically, a new enhanced avionics suite, updated propellant architecture in the aft skirt, and a new Raptor engine design and configuration.

Similar to previous high-altitude flight tests of Starship, SN15 will be powered through ascent by three Raptor engines, each shutting down in sequence prior to the vehicle reaching apogee - approximately 10 km in altitude. SN15 will perform a propellant transition to the internal header tanks, which hold landing propellant, before reorienting itself for reentry and a controlled aerodynamic descent.

The Starship prototype will descend under active aerodynamic control, accomplished by independent movement of two forward and two aft flaps on the vehicle. All four flaps are actuated by an onboard flight computer to control Starship’s attitude during flight and enable precise landing at the intended location. SN15’s Raptor engines will then reignite as the vehicle attempts a landing flip maneuver immediately before touching down on the landing pad adjacent to the launch mount.

A controlled aerodynamic descent with body flaps and vertical landing capability, combined with in-space refilling, are critical to landing Starship at destinations across the solar system where prepared surfaces or runways do not exist, and returning to Earth. This capability will enable a fully reusable transportation system designed to carry both crew and cargo on long-duration, interplanetary flights and help humanity return to the Moon, and travel to Mars and beyond.

Given the dynamic schedule of development testing, stay tuned to our social media channels for updates as we move toward SpaceX’s fifth high-altitude flight test of Starship!

  • Forget the engine show what you see up there.

    Slay SlayaSlay SlayaPrieš 11 val
  • How will it be able to land on rough mars terrain? There are no landing pads on Mars. Or are they gonna first install landing using robots before landing?

    India Wala ReactionIndia Wala ReactionPrieš 12 val
    • Starships in the future will have automatic-leveling legs that will sync with the surrounding ground.

      TimeProTimeProPrieš 5 val
  • Elon if your reading this what do you think about this Idea making a rocket that can join with other rockets to make a mars orbital station or building a shipyard on mars

    Omar MurzabaevOmar MurzabaevPrieš 22 val
  • Elon:sees Mars Elon:I've gotta go there

    Omar MurzabaevOmar MurzabaevPrieš 22 val

  • When is the 1 orbital flight test

    Encilidus SaturnEncilidus SaturnPrieš dieną
    • July or August

      Jack WhitlockJack WhitlockPrieš dieną
  • Yet our government just gave Bezos how much for his crappy space program?

    Homeward BoundHomeward BoundPrieš 2 dienas
    • I scratch your back you scratch mine That's how the game works if you don't play it your loss

      TuuminshzTuuminshzPrieš 2 dienas
    • Wait... what? Please tell me you are joking. Blue Origin is already a joke

      TimeProTimeProPrieš 2 dienas
  • Just a SR2 simulation on that

    DomRBXDomRBXPrieš 3 dienas
  • Plan B

    tom Ickestom IckesPrieš 3 dienas
  • Uma obra de arte.

    Estanarede.OficialEstanarede.OficialPrieš 3 dienas
  • I have a question about your Starlink setup. I was trying to find a contact link on the website, but could not. I was curious as if two addresses I use are within the same 'cell' area. If so, I'm good to hook and will get in on this. Thanks.

    Justus PerryJustus PerryPrieš 4 dienas
  • one day i will be living on marz

    lee castlelee castlePrieš 4 dienas
    • If you get a good job that makes alot of money tickets are supposed to be half a milion at start and then after years they can lower to 100000

      Cad29Cad29Prieš 3 dienas
  • Why does it reminds me of a squids head

    BenBenOyBenBenOyPrieš 4 dienas
  • When your rocket ship school science project finally lands in one piece.

    TayoEXETayoEXEPrieš 5 dienų
  • Can't type on the cp,?I'll work it out MORE greaf YAY, I can not find U reaplys hopping there good thanks, and I will answer everyone's e-mails Backt up something bad,baby way Joly good show everyone.👍😁🚀🌌🇭🇲+💪🌬️🌊🌀✨🌏🙈😁🤭👍8-)8-)8-)8-)

    Chris LemforsChris LemforsPrieš 5 dienų
  • The fact that we went from the Falcon 1 to this is just astounding. Less than 2 decades and SpaceX has went from a tiny little startup to a giant in the aerospace industry, paving the way for reusable rockets, and restoring US capability to launch humans to the ISS. Looking back at the failed Falcon 1 launches in the mid 2000s, no one would’ve guessed that this would be where SpaceX would be in 15 years. Super excited to see orbital starship tests!

    Arizona JewellArizona JewellPrieš 5 dienų
  • Back in 1990s i thought humans would of reached mars by year 2000 ! Just a bit out 😆

    Robert WlakerRobert WlakerPrieš 5 dienų
  • When do you do you think humans will reach mars ? 2030s ?

    Robert WlakerRobert WlakerPrieš 5 dienų
    • 2026

      Eddy DeathwisheEddy DeathwishePrieš dieną
    • Id say about 365 x 5 days

      Cad29Cad29Prieš 3 dienas
    • give em 5 years

      En3rgYEn3rgYPrieš 5 dienų
    • Maybe even this decade

      KofiKofiPrieš 5 dienų
  • I'm so glad I'm not missing anything,😁🤪🌹👽🌞🌺🌹🚀🌌👍

    Chris LemforsChris LemforsPrieš 6 dienų
  • Is your math exam tomorrow ?

    MathArchivesMathArchivesPrieš 6 dienų
  • CLARIFICATION: I did not mean a trampoline... I meant a solid thick plate that gives way when in contact with descending rocket... so it allows a "soft" touchdown... Hope that clarifies it.

    Steve VladimirSteve VladimirPrieš 6 dienų
    • we in fact did not see your first comment

      divat 10divat 10Prieš 6 dienų
  • hello, why earth levitate in-universe?

    son of sunson of sunPrieš 6 dienų
  • Outstanding.

    YsonokoYsonokoPrieš 6 dienų
  • just had a BRAINFART..... How about using a "springy" flexible landing platform instead of SOLID GROUND, no need to "catch" the THING either . you could use the STUMPY legs without the added cost/weight of extra gear on the landing legs???? Any thoughts?

    Steve VladimirSteve VladimirPrieš 6 dienų
    • @TimePro Hope they work out a "Safe" solution. I'm speculating it's going to take much longer to produce a "Safe" system that will not risk the lives of the Astronauts/passengers the way they are going at it. Using the type of landing platform I proposed will reduce the risk, and simplify the system, be more practical, and speed up re-usability. The Starship "Shell" is just not sturdy enough to repeatedly land without constant worry of structural fatigue. Put it simply it's stupid, that's why they are resorting to splashing down SN20 and the booster.... That will not go away until they either reinforce the shell or make the Starship stumpier ( preferably wider, 20m diameter does not sound too crazy ( would be a good solution for spinning it around the center and creating artificial gravity when in Zero-G). Stumpier Starship has a few advantages...not as sexy though!

      Steve VladimirSteve VladimirPrieš 4 dienas
    • Orrrrrrr you can do it the way the SpaceX Engineers want to do it?

      TimeProTimeProPrieš 4 dienas
    • @Steve Vladimir starship will land on lots of places, not all of them being landing pads

      Pol VallsPol VallsPrieš 5 dienų
    • @Pol Valls I'm sure Elon would be able to make it's nothing compared to to the rest of the system! he can offer me a job to design it if too busy...

      Steve VladimirSteve VladimirPrieš 6 dienų
    • @Steve Vladimir this could difficult a lot keeping the rocket standing and making thw workers go to starship

      Pol VallsPol VallsPrieš 6 dienų
  • Mate if there humans there they would be saved

    british fanbritish fanPrieš 7 dienų
  • Parabéns!!!!!! Fico feliz que conseguiram pousar com sucesso!!!

    Gabriel SouzaGabriel SouzaPrieš 7 dienų
  • What a beast! I still find it hard to believe that a rocket of this size is capable of vertically landing with so much cargo! It looks coming strait from fiction books!

    Evandro Santana PereiraEvandro Santana PereiraPrieš 7 dienų
  • 11:14 he’s gonna get fired for that 😂

    Heather CottleHeather CottlePrieš 7 dienų
  • Alright! We'll all be dead from forced vac seen before we get to mars!

    Caerbanog InterruptedCaerbanog InterruptedPrieš 7 dienų
  • Yes !!!!

    Firoz AhmedFiroz AhmedPrieš 7 dienų
  • They're going to send a retro 50s rocket to the moon and mars and make an entire city, with houses and resturaunts, police and government and all, from scratch, and call it Space Base. 😄 Musk and SpaceX done lost their damn minds 😄 i love it.

    James LeeJames LeePrieš 8 dienų
    • What rocket from the 1950s looked like this? This isn't even the finished design. The finished design will have a full back of TPS and the front will look much better. Search it up.

      TimeProTimeProPrieš 7 dienų
  • Thank u Elon musk I’m so happy it’s in my lifetime and can’t wait to here that starship has landed on Mars ✋💯🤞😉

    Devon PrinceDevon PrincePrieš 8 dienų
  • All hail the emperor of mars 😂

    KimKimPrieš 8 dienų
  • Congratulations Sir Elon Musk 😊😊

    Motivational SpeechesMotivational SpeechesPrieš 9 dienų
  • I can’t believe it’s already been a month since this!

    Quinn STANFIELDQuinn STANFIELDPrieš 9 dienų
  • The next generation of SpaceX vehicle is growing and developing in the speed of light

    SFS GamerSFS GamerPrieš 9 dienų
  • Cosmos here we go!!!

    Guilherme BicalhoGuilherme BicalhoPrieš 9 dienų
  • 🌏🌏🍀🍀🇵🇱🇵🇱👍👍

    Zbigniew SiwiecZbigniew SiwiecPrieš 9 dienų
  • After all the failure, they made it!!!!!!! Congrats to space x crews and Elon Musk you finally did it! They made a history!

    Ejzafra TbooomEjzafra TbooomPrieš 10 dienų
  • Finally done👌👍👍

    FUN -TIMESFUN -TIMESPrieš 10 dienų
  • Someone must make John Searl meet Elon Musk. Those two are the key. These two have the technology and the means to make it happen. If Elon Musk introduces John Searls technology, we can make this happen. I’ve analyzed John Searls technology and I really do believe he is the key.

    Sal GSal GPrieš 10 dienų
    • Not saying its a bad idea, but John Searl is 89 years old. Sure he developed fuel-free power generators (But solar panels and thermoelectric generators exist too) Also read something about anti-gravity, but it did not go into detail at all. Please link me up with something that further explains the anti-gravity part. Other wise, Pretty sure Elon does not need this (rather interesting) person.

      TimeProTimeProPrieš 4 dienas
    • @Sal G i mean most of the time someone claims something they are expected to have some kind of proof... since you can't share that i really can't beleave you

      divat 10divat 10Prieš 5 dienų
    • @divat 10 - why would I write it down? I take in information. I do my research. Have you even bothered to research John Searl or do you depend on others to analyze for you.?

      Sal GSal GPrieš 6 dienų
    • can i see your "analisis"?

      divat 10divat 10Prieš 6 dienų
    • @Sal G starship works on methane, it's not a fossil fuel, and once it become operational, they will stop Falcon 9 production and industry.

      Pol VallsPol VallsPrieš 8 dienų
  • hi 8888****

    Chris LemforsChris LemforsPrieš 10 dienų
  • I’m honestly obsessed with becoming an astronaut because of your work. Hope the 2022 Starship launch from the Deimos launch pad goes well

    M1xer_EUM1xer_EUPrieš 12 dienų
  • The tedious head conversly request because fireman understandably depend until a unwritten jump. supreme, fretful tights

    kim phikim phiPrieš 13 dienų
  • I want to be in the first batch of people leaving earth for Mars.

    ameer hamzaameer hamzaPrieš 13 dienų
  • Starship is my favorite rocket and I have 3 draw of STARSIP

    Jose Carlos Aguiar OjedaJose Carlos Aguiar OjedaPrieš 13 dienų
    • I have made lots of them

      Pol VallsPol VallsPrieš 8 dienų
  • nice love the ship has landed ok..then with the ship still on fire... close the live ( i bet they hope it dont go bigbadaboom like last time..

    allan churmallan churmPrieš 13 dienų
    • It's been a month, I'm sure you'd have heard about it by now.

      Lmao.Lmao.Prieš 11 dienų
    • Well if you listened, the fire was expected since they aren't allowed to vent out methane without being burnt. SN15 actually survived and has seen a retirement now and can be seen nearby the production site.

      TimeProTimeProPrieš 13 dienų
  • I really feel that I could need some help right now.

    Linda Kristin JohansenLinda Kristin JohansenPrieš 14 dienų
  • At 12:53 if you listen closely you can hear people cheering in the background.

    xXGegi4321XxxXGegi4321XxPrieš 14 dienų
    • I heard! LOL

      DemiDGamerYTDemiDGamerYTPrieš 13 dienų
  • Space junk

    KimKimPrieš 14 dienų
    • The rocket is FULLY reusable, NO space junk

      Isaac SothernIsaac SothernPrieš dieną
    • Reusable rocket

      Pol VallsPol VallsPrieš 8 dienų
    • @Kim this planet is dying because of our mistake, Deal with it 0ft fan.

      AtheoGaming07AtheoGaming07Prieš 9 dienų
    • @Kim focus on this Topic only. This does not goes to space

      AtheoGaming07AtheoGaming07Prieš 9 dienų
    • @AtheoGaming07 that’s exactly why we should try to learn from our mistakes and fix this planet. Not indulge musk’s phallic fantasies. The man is obsessed.

      KimKimPrieš 9 dienų
  • GG

    Der BlopfischDer BlopfischPrieš 14 dienų
  • Musk is going to colonize the galaxy

    Max HoffmannMax HoffmannPrieš 14 dienų
    • you must include the engineers theyre legends including musk too! no hate btw

      beasticksbeasticksPrieš 14 dienų
  • Allah bir an önce Mars'a da ulaşmanızı nasip eder inşallah ❤

    Tolunay ÇƏTİNTolunay ÇƏTİNPrieš 15 dienų
    • @Exploration ok then bro. Np 👊🏼

      Tolunay ÇƏTİNTolunay ÇƏTİNPrieš 10 dienų
    • @Tolunay ÇƏTİN sorry mate there was a guy underneath you with a copy and pasted religious comment, I do apologies as I have now deleted my comment.

      ExplorationExplorationPrieš 10 dienų
    • @Everyday Starshipnaut - SN10 ok. Only you understand everything 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼

      Tolunay ÇƏTİNTolunay ÇƏTİNPrieš 10 dienų
    • Didn't understand anything but got the word mars 👀

      Everyday Starshipnaut - SN10Everyday Starshipnaut - SN10Prieš 10 dienų
    • @Exploration What?? I didn't make any comments about religion. I only mentioned God in my comment. Also, let's say I talked about religion. What's that to you? Instead of using your little brain for Islamophobia, you should use it to understand the universe, generate creative ideas and use it to benefit humanity, even as much as an ant. Hate will get you nowhere. It will take you to a place of love and virtue. Little people mess with other people. Great people deal with ideas. You'll be dead after 50 or 60 years anyway. At least leave positive energy and magnetic field to the world, brother ♡

      Tolunay ÇƏTİNTolunay ÇƏTİNPrieš 15 dienų
  • Perfect!!

    Jake EdwardsJake EdwardsPrieš 15 dienų
  • I ami discover karte chaschi "water plates-ing Theory, "jar sajje ej anek kaj kara sambhob habe'amake bissash karun sir ...? please..

  • And with that we conclude our coverage of SN15 (just in case this one blows up too.) !

    Joy SunJoy SunPrieš 16 dienų

    KimKimPrieš 16 dienų
    • @Kim Alright, please tell me the numbers and the amount that methalox rockets produce in harmful gasses. "Everyday astronout" made a video about it also, you should go watch that.

      Darth FlashDarth FlashPrieš dieną
    • @Kim Rockets are actually pretty safe for the environment. Solid rocket boosters are polluting, but liquid ones are pretty safe. And spaceX only uses liquid rockets. It's industries and automotives that we have to worry about. But Tesla is handling it also. Because even the least efficient electric car is more environment friendly than the most efficient gasoline car. (Already proven) And musk is doing good by reusing rockets, thus decreasing the resources they use. I don't see the problem.

      Darth FlashDarth FlashPrieš dieną
    • @Kim spacex's starship team spend lots of time cleaning starship debris when it blows up, they have full responsibility of the place

      Pol VallsPol VallsPrieš 8 dienų
    • @Tuuminshz you are correct. We are all human scum. Scourge of the universe.

      KimKimPrieš 9 dienų
    • @Kim you should not infect the rest of the universe

      TuuminshzTuuminshzPrieš 11 dienų
  • Elon president for Mars anyone?😎

    WhiteKite GWhiteKite GPrieš 16 dienų
    • No.

      Pol VallsPol VallsPrieš 8 dienų
  • WOOOW!!

    nmb upbnmb upbPrieš 16 dienų
  • This is nuts

    samuel berardsamuel berardPrieš 16 dienų
  • The Space X panto continues

    alfred fanshawalfred fanshawPrieš 16 dienų
  • Airplane ✈️ ke electric ba fuel ⛽ chharao Red alor dara upore tola jete pare...

  • Spaces ke sir, chummuk ar biporit dharmoke kaje lagiyeo mahakase pata jabe..

  • Sir, ami ..o2,co2, and Hydrogen ar sahajje gari chalate chai, amake jadi upni sahajjo ami chesta kare dekhiye dite pari.

    • No one is going understand bangla here 😒

      Everyday Starshipnaut - SN10Everyday Starshipnaut - SN10Prieš 10 dienų
  • Remind me What was the estimated time in years to go to mars 2032 ? Nah i think we will be on mars by 2026 or maybe even 2024

    Cizee SkilzZCizee SkilzZPrieš 16 dienų
    • Unmanned in 2024 and crewed in 2026 but these timeframes could easily slip.

      ExplorationExplorationPrieš 15 dienų
  • YES dude i am so happy rn

    Cizee SkilzZCizee SkilzZPrieš 16 dienų
  • Starship 15 nice

    《karışık》 •Videolar•《karışık》 •Videolar•Prieš 16 dienų
  • Ciyeee gak meledak lg.... ditunggu SN16 dst

    Black Heart9Black Heart9Prieš 16 dienų
  • This should be effective for SpaceX

    TomTech Technologie, FPV, music Life your dreamTomTech Technologie, FPV, music Life your dreamPrieš 17 dienų
  • This brings a smile to my face every time

    Tobias OlsenTobias OlsenPrieš 17 dienų
  • They gotta quit having these fires after landing.

    drmaxdrmaxPrieš 17 dienų
    • That’s only happens twice and they are fixing it as we speak but for now it is not a big problem

      ExplorationExplorationPrieš 15 dienų
  • stubby plane rocket go flippy advance human baby step space exploration future

    yuhyuhPrieš 17 dienų
  • Hello space x Mars 2022 corcoships mission update me...........

    ☆𝕊ℍ𝕀𝔼𝕃𝔻☆☆𝕊ℍ𝕀𝔼𝕃𝔻☆Prieš 17 dienų
  • To be honest, what's the point? We are not allowed to explore Antarctica or the oceans and we are trying to go up! Just ridiculous and waste of money!

    Nice-oscarNice-oscarPrieš 18 dienų
    • @Isaac Sothern I agree

      Starboy 101Starboy 101Prieš dieną
    • @Starboy 101 The US military spends almost a TRILLION dollars every year, and NASA spends maybe a few billion a year. Now 50 million dollars to launch a falcon 9 is a lot of money, and SpaceX are developing a rocket that will be able to launch 4 times the mass that falcon 9 can launch, and still hopefully being 25 time cheaper to launch. Remember the Saturn V? That cost about a billion dollars to launch, and SpaceX is making a rocket that can to pretty much the same as the Saturn V and yet be only 2 million dollars to launch. So no, its not a complete waste of money.

      Isaac SothernIsaac SothernPrieš dieną
    • It is far from a waste of money. In the pursuit of space exploration, we have developed numerous technologies that have benefitted humans on earth in countless ways (IE: surgical robots) And using space based technology, we can accurately track the progress of human driven climate change. Besides, by colonizing other planets, we can create a backup in case earth is rendered uninhabitable via some sort of disaster, safeguarding the future of the human race. And if you’re worried about cost, remember, nasa is less that 0.5 percent of the us government’s budget, so they would be better off taking some off the military, NASA also actually makes a profit, so the whole “waste of money” thing is irrelevant.

      Starboy 101Starboy 101Prieš 14 dienų
    • @Matheus That's nonsense.

      Lensflare DeviantLensflare DeviantPrieš 14 dienų
    • @Matheus I did. Can you link me to what you've been reading?

      logitech4873logitech4873Prieš 14 dienų
  • Making history right here! Congratulations to everyone at space X for all their hard work, it seems to have paid off. :)

    Joseph ScreenJoseph ScreenPrieš 18 dienų
  • ดีอะอีอะดีอะ

    นาก น้อยนาก น้อยPrieš 18 dienų
  • Most controlled rocket I have ever seen.🔥🔥🔥👍🏻😊🌕🌎

    chetan kashyapchetan kashyapPrieš 19 dienų
    • @Everyday Starshipnaut - SN10 it's your thought 👍🏻

      chetan kashyapchetan kashyapPrieš 10 dienų
    • All rockets in the world is precisely controlled.

      Everyday Starshipnaut - SN10Everyday Starshipnaut - SN10Prieš 10 dienų
  • good job space x never give up

    Geetha ManumariGeetha ManumariPrieš 19 dienų
  • I hate billionaires they are greedy

    محمد قاسممحمد قاسمPrieš 19 dienų
    • Lots of little people hate their betters.

      Lensflare DeviantLensflare DeviantPrieš 14 dienų
    • I hate people who think billionaires who do good are the same as the people who spent lots of money on useless things

      ExplorationExplorationPrieš 15 dienų
    • I hate people like you who hate billionairase

      King SmoothyKing SmoothyPrieš 17 dienų
    • I hate ppl like you who put every billionaires in the sane basket .

      Abhay AgarwalAbhay AgarwalPrieš 18 dienų
  • ❤️❤️ ☮️ Going to mars is not just about all positivity Imagine taking a mankind at its worst too, all the bloodshed, pain, hate, crimes, injustice, wars, jealousy, etc to another planet. We have already messed up the earth, is mars next? Plz let the universe alone. Mars is so beautiful on its own.. it dont deserve us.. either make mars peaceful or else let humanity keep our dirty self here on this earth.. its not about making humanity a multiplanet species, its about making love a multiplanet virtue. ❤️❤️ ☮️

    G Anand HemantG Anand HemantPrieš 20 dienų
    • @G Anand Hemant earth is the next mars. Mark my words.

      AtheoGaming07AtheoGaming07Prieš 10 dienų
    • @G Anand Hemant I will, gotta do a bunch of stuff rn so make sure to remind me. I should be done in a few hours

      Stevan MatejicStevan MatejicPrieš 14 dienų
    • @Stevan Matejic may be u understand, so will u tell me?

      G Anand HemantG Anand HemantPrieš 15 dienų
    • @G Anand Hemant you seem to not understand the concept of becoming a multi-planet species do ya?

      Stevan MatejicStevan MatejicPrieš 15 dienų
    • bro its literally a ball of rock in the middle of a vast emptiness, nobody cares

      MrBreadStoneMrBreadStonePrieš 16 dienų
  • 👏👏👏👏👏👏👏

    Noé SpaceNoé SpacePrieš 20 dienų
  • Congratulations SpaceX and Elon Musk

    HxxvzHxxvzPrieš 20 dienų
  • Elon is my Hero!

    Rancillin MontgomeryRancillin MontgomeryPrieš 20 dienų
  • are you gonna fly it again?

    • No

      Isaac SothernIsaac SothernPrieš dieną
    • @MrBreadStone SN15 has been moved back to the build site

      Jack WhitlockJack WhitlockPrieš 16 dienų
    • its on the launch pad and i think they just need approval

      MrBreadStoneMrBreadStonePrieš 16 dienų
    • Potentially, nothing has been confirmed

      Jack WhitlockJack WhitlockPrieš 20 dienų
  • Truly Phenomenal Work Elon And SpaceX Team. Well Done 🚀🌕🌌

    Eamon ShieldsEamon ShieldsPrieš 21 dieną
  • Hey musk, what do you say? How many birds did you kill today? Hands off the environment you bastards

    KimKimPrieš 21 dieną
    • Starship uses methane and liquid oxygen (CH4 and O2), when you burn them together they make carbon dioxide and water vapor, SpaceX uses the Sabatier process to convert the carbon dioxide and water vapor (CO2 and H2O) into rocket fuel again (CH4 and O2). Sure it does produce some trace gases like NOx that's created by the high temperatures of rocket exhausts making the nitrogen and oxygen in the atmosphere to react, you could try to separate it back into nitrogen and oxygen but it's probably more trouble than it's worth.

      Isaac SothernIsaac SothernPrieš dieną
    • @Kim lol tell me a rocket without polution, then cry with 0ft in the corner.

      AtheoGaming07AtheoGaming07Prieš 10 dienų
    • Human planetary colonization creates a safeguard for the future of the human race, in the quite likely possibility of a beyond control threat to our planet’s habitability. So, by your logic, a few acres of wildlife habitat in south Texas is more important then the future of the human race. Also, the technologies created in pursuit of space exploration have already helped people back on earth in countless ways. (IE: surgical robots, satellites that monitor climate change), so the payoff is immense compared to the investment in land and resources.

      Starboy 101Starboy 101Prieš 14 dienų
    • More birds die flying into windows than during Spacex launches. You just keep spouting ignorant nonsense. It's all you fools CAN do.

      Lensflare DeviantLensflare DeviantPrieš 14 dienų
    • stop spamming spacex hater.

      Freeman 3000Freeman 3000Prieš 15 dienų
  • ✨✨✨✨

    frantz alexander Seippelfrantz alexander SeippelPrieš 21 dieną
  • wow finnaly successful landing

    Rifqi AthafifRifqi AthafifPrieš 21 dieną
  • Aun el gas lo ahoga al aterrizaje.

    Jimmy B. Perez LopezJimmy B. Perez LopezPrieš 21 dieną
  • The aboard rhythm subjectively avoid because baboon exemplarily expand above a pretty coffee. mighty, silky missile

    jacky maijacky maiPrieš 22 dienas
  • Y’all have fun with the composites

    Mike ForemanMike ForemanPrieš 22 dienas
  • You’ll need heat tiles on it anyway and carbon-carbon wings & Possibly nose cone

    Mike ForemanMike ForemanPrieš 22 dienas
    • @Mike Foreman I'm sure they've thought about reentry already. Thanks for the tips tho

      Matt's Youtube stuffMatt's Youtube stuffPrieš 8 dienų
    • Those black hexagons, those are the heatshield tiles.

      Lensflare DeviantLensflare DeviantPrieš 14 dienų
    • @Mike Foreman 11 minutes of 3000f? When would it ever experience something like that?

      logitech4873logitech4873Prieš 16 dienų
    • @Mike Foreman the stainless steel they are using (I think it's 301) becomes stronger at Cryogenic temperatures and anyways its melting point is higher

      genesis space administrationgenesis space administrationPrieš 19 dienų
    • Stainless will not survive Nearly 11 minutes of heating to 3,000 degrees F. Carboncarbon composite is used on the leading edges at the very least.

      Mike ForemanMike ForemanPrieš 19 dienų
  • Tienen que seguir el usó del motor y la patas deben mejorar el material. Usá el Sn15.

    Juanpablo Valentin CerdaJuanpablo Valentin CerdaPrieš 22 dienas
  • Is it just me, or does this narrator sound like Tom Hanks?

    YaladoodleYaladoodlePrieš 22 dienas
  • This is so utterly amazing! How more of the world isn't focused on this marvel is beyond me.

    Jesse HellwegJesse HellwegPrieš 23 dienas
  • To Starlink why worry about the polar's no refiling no danger but reliability with constant influence even with cheese strategy. Best regards ps1. Do not drill through the moon on dark site, because you won't stop him from falling to Earth. ps2. Who evet it try's! ps3. it is gas no liquid.

    Piotr HandkePiotr HandkePrieš 23 dienas
    • @Piotr Handke I had a stroke reading this

      Fal_Con_Fal_Con_Prieš 12 dienų
    • who does drill it or stop it is no matter to lift off to stop it.

      Piotr HandkePiotr HandkePrieš 23 dienas
  • There's nothing like seeing those Raptors relight and reorientate and slowly lower to the pad. I felt almost out of body everytime I see it.

    Kale LeMasterKale LeMasterPrieš 23 dienas
  • Gona explored if they don't put those fires out

    Larry CarmodyLarry CarmodyPrieš 23 dienas
    • It’s a temporary thing. And this happened a couple of weeks ago and it didn’t explode

      ExplorationExplorationPrieš 22 dienas
  • Like 👍

    Joseph MajchutJoseph MajchutPrieš 23 dienas
  • I’m going to be sp happy when mission control says:Starship has landed on Mars.

    darkree64darkree64Prieš 23 dienas
    • @Mike Foreman Shut up

      rakeshraaj ravinthiranrakeshraaj ravinthiranPrieš 5 val
    • @Mike Foreman elon never wanted it to be profitable

      King GhidorahKing GhidorahPrieš 2 dienas
    • @Heather Cottle don't care as long as it gets done fast, not to much time left,😰😱🤫🤭😁🤪🤪🚀🌌🌀✨👽👍🌞🌞🌞🌏😭🌌👍8-)8-)8-)8-)

      Chris LemforsChris LemforsPrieš 5 dienų
    • @BotchedAgain! YAY,🤭🤪🥀🇭🇲8-)8-)8-)8-)

      Chris LemforsChris LemforsPrieš 5 dienų
    • @Anonymous yeessss.!!!???🤪8-)8-)8-)8-)

      Chris LemforsChris LemforsPrieš 5 dienų