Temporary Closure Scheduled + Hubble Space Telescope New Record | SpaceX Pink – YouTube

Temporary Closure Scheduled + Hubble Space Telescope New Record | SpaceX Pink



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  • Published On: 2022-03-31 05:54:20
  • Video Published/Author: SpaceX Pink
  • Video Duration: 00:02:26
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The plan for today was to move booster 7, but the wind speed was high.
that’s why they canceled the closure for today,
But for tomorrow gentle wind speed between 5:00 am and 10:00 am,
about 8.1 miles per hour.

Credit: SpaceX, NASA, Hubble, Starship Gazer, Cameroncountytx.gov, willyweather.com, LabPadre, RGV Aerial Photography, Blue Origin.

0:00​​ – Intro
0:08 – Hubble Space Telescope New Record
0:29 – Plan and Closure Canceled
0:31 – Tomorrow Wind Speed + Temporary Closure Scheduled
0:51 – What’s the Plan for Tomorrow?
1:22 – 3 Raptors Version 2 Arrived
1:43 – NS-20, Go for Launch Tomorrow
1:56 – What Happened on this Day in Space History?
2:17 – Outro

Music:

Infraction – Upbeat Corporate Background Music (Royalty Free Music) (No Copyright music)

Link:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9z17MdPtBo8

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21 comments
  1. I hear the news about this 12.8 bl star and all the whoohaa, and i think: don't make me believe you just found this out the day before yesterday nasa! This is just politics. Dissipointing in my book.

  2. DAMN! That's a lotta white (plus some fake hair coloring). Looking at the passenger manifest for Blue Origins "space" flights, I think they should rename their whole company "Goldgrabber's Silver Sunset Flights."

  3. Tanks Pink, I was at one of the landings, I am getting to old as I cannot remember witch one just that there was over 250,000 Campervans there an I was one of them, Campervans as far as the eye could see, I rember clearly the loud double sonic boom just before it landed.

  4. I've been wondering what the differences are between building the Super Heavy and the Falcon 9. Material, time cost and process. If you ever get a chance that would be an interesting subject. I've seen other rocket companies begin to emulate the use of stainless steel but it seems a more costly process than other materials.

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