Intelsat G-33/G-34 Mission 

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On Saturday, October 8 at 7:05 p.m. ET, Falcon 9 launched the Intelsat G-33/G-34 mission to a geosynchronous transfer orbit from Space Launch Complex 40 (SLC-40) at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida.
This was the 14th launch and landing of this booster, which previously supported the launch of GPS III-3, Turksat 5A, Transporter-2, and 10 Starlink missions.

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@planetsec9 Yıl önce
So many beautiful views and shots this mission: 17:00 tracking shot and fairing deploy 18:52 plume from barge 22:26 landing and booster sees its own plume 24:33 plume still illuminated in upper atmosphere left of the engine bell
@RealTechZen Yıl önce
19:15 the bright dot in the plume, just above the cloud, is the booster headed for the drone ship.
@taidokazu Yıl önce
21:40 Moonlight reflection of the Ocean to the East of the drone ship. Only 4k helps to pick that up.
@rkramer5629 Yıl önce
@@RealTechZen that was my assumption but maybe one of the fairings?
@tonywells6990 Yıl önce
@@taidokazu That is the light on the drone ship.
wow, the G 33 34 projects today must watch! was beyond amazing and refreshing from this different next-level technology great mission was perfectly controlled by this well-done SpaceX just great just as above and beyond results conclusion and facts what was perfect different strategically of the complexity of what was looked like points of view of these mission procedures and multi-stage of extraordinary altitude speed unbelievably fast and accurate with such simplicity😇🙏♥
@johnberr2010 Yıl önce
That was by far one of the best streams of a SpaceX launch!! Some of the shots were amazing! The best being the Falcon Heavy two boosters landing at the same time. 😂
@PatrickPolish Yıl önce
I absolutely agree
@ricardofunes413 Yıl önce
So many great shots, but the one from the barge at 18:52 was epic.
Yup, only the F9H landing tops this.
@simonm1447 Yıl önce
There are still 3 FH launches scheduled for the 4th Quarter of 22
@johnberr2010 Yıl önce
@@simonm1447 5 (possibly 6) in the next 12 months....gonna be fun!! 👍
@cogoid Yıl önce
18:53 The most beautiful view of the rocket in the sky from the barge. You can even see the first stage as a tiny dot trailing the second stage which is firing on its way to orbit.
yaaaaa its amazing this, the G 33 34 projects today must watch! was beyond amazing and refreshing from this different next-level technology great mission was perfectly controlled by this well-done SpaceX just great just as above and beyond results conclusion and facts what was perfect different strategically of the complexity of what was looked like points of view of these mission procedures and multi-stage of extraordinary altitude speed unbelievably fast and accurate with such simplicity "❤❣🤘👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏🙏💪🧠
@NR-rv8rz Yıl önce
That rocket landing never gets old.
Launching and landing never gets old. I still get nervous every time, especially crew launches
@morgan79347 Yıl önce
I like to see how close to center (bull’s-eye) they get.
@BB_Chaptsick Yıl önce
Probably one of the most incredible launches I’ve seen. With binoculars, I watched the fairing halves jettison. A short while later, I got to watch the video. Absolutely stunning video!!!
@Tronzie Yıl önce
I would like to see it one day. What is the best place to see it?
SpaceX is getting so good at this I almost want to ask if I can catch the 2:30p flight leaving Monday The video from the barge with the sunset was spectacular. Watching the 1st stage land never gets old. Good Job SpaceX
@check4twenty Yıl önce
What an amazing launch and recovery. No matter how “routine” this becomes, it NEVER gets old.
@johnross6314 Yıl önce
Many of us have watched dozens or more launches AND landings…. Never gets tired. Amazing going SpaceX team.. and for three launches this week!! No one comes close. Remember nothing is routine, sweat the detail (we know you all do).
@imamfauzi1101 Yıl önce
Yeah I'll never get tired of watching all those beautiful and amazing launch, especially the landings, it's awesome everytime I watch it, feels like it's the first time I watch it, very awesome
@johnross6314 Yıl önce
@@imamfauzi1101 Amen to that… Have a great rest of the weekend.
@imamfauzi1101 Yıl önce
@@johnross6314 yeah thanks, have a great weekend too
Superb coverage.
Great stream of another Space X launch and booster landing. Congratulations!! Also wonderfully explained and narrated by your excellent host. Kudos again.
@FrankBenlin Yıl önce
And The Space Oscar goes to... The shot of the spitting booster (16:54) in the second stage plume with the fairing halves alone was worth the wait. Then you have the jellyfish shot (18:54) from the drone ship. From which you could see the whole mission (22:24). Thanks for the ride.
@zapfanzapfan Yıl önce
Wow, that was some pretty shots of stage separation and seeing the second stage from the drone ship was an awesome bonus!
@SonyaBuchanan Yıl önce
This is amazing. And thank you for allowing others to watch weekly. The footage always amazes me.
@GreenJimll Yıl önce
The view of the fairings separating from the 2nd stage with the 1st stage booster falling back to the right was jolly good. Great coverage.
@U2EdgeFan Yıl önce
Wow, what an amazing show that was! All these perfect shots and then an bulls-eye landing. Congrats's and thank you SpaceX! 👍😎
@humble_serf Yıl önce
This was a beautiful launch. Congratulations SpaceX! Very proud. Thank you for everything.
@lukes6868 Yıl önce
Thank you Shiva, I've learned a few more details from your commentary like purging the lines, Thankyou Mother Earth, The Jellyfish was beautiful. I've seen a lot of missions but this one gave me joy from learnings and the beautiful backdrop.
@emillime9 Yıl önce
Another beautiful landing, bullseye. Maybe one of the best landings I`ve seen so far, with the sunset and vapor in the background. Thank you SpaceX team. Go Falcon, Go SpaceX
@szymonsimwa1449 Yıl önce
Piękny dzień. Piękny widok z barki na oceanie. Doskonałe nagranie misji.
@cosmicinsane516 Yıl önce
Outstanding shots of the plume and trails in the sky.
@hermit811 Yıl önce
One of the best streams yet. Flawless! Well done SpaceX. -Fan from Jax, FL
Excellent, informative narrative on this particular launch broadcast. Better than most. Loved the operational details!
@danapeck5382 Yıl önce
Wow! Compliments to the team on using the droneship camera, best video to date. Thanks!
@tomhasling Yıl önce
Easily the most cinematic launch yet. Nearly perfect on every event. Angle, lighting, exposure, framing … well done. Even Jeff has to acknowledge this beauty.
@ChrisBigBad Yıl önce
Yes. Also very high was a cargo-dragon, which unfolded the solar panels just as it went through the few seconds of twilight in orbit and everything went orange. That made me cry.
@shouryabose5943 Yıl önce
Jeff who?
@clevergirl4457 Yıl önce
That droneship footage of the launch jellyfish was amazing!
@gus473 Yıl önce
🚀Want to take a ride? 🤔😉✌🏼
Parabéns...Mais uma Live Maravilhosa Simplesmente Espetacular🥰🥰😍😍😉😉🙃🙃🤪🤪🤪🤪🤪🤪🤪🤪
@wlzinp Yıl önce
@gus473 Yıl önce
👍🏼Yes, enchanting images!😎✌🏼
Awesome the way it just looks in the partly foggy weather is amazing Edit: thanks for the likes
@thedarkside13 Yıl önce
22:11 the fact that these landings are getting more and more repetitive, is the most epic thing that SpaceX has achieved.
@simonyapp Yıl önce
Really well presented and stunning shots. Thank you
What an amazing launch & landing view, great job SX!
@IgnusFast Yıl önce
That shot from the barge is AMAZING; the trail from the launch is lovely...
@kneekoo Yıl önce
Amazing shots this launch, I wish I had a 4K monitor this time. :)
@dave8181 Yıl önce
Those were the best views of launch, boost back, and landing that I've ever seen! I so loved seeing the plume from the drone ship, and in the background of the landed booster.
@picoplanetdev Yıl önce
This was the prettiest launch in a while!
@gus473 Yıl önce
👍🏼 Possibly the prettiest ever! 😎✌🏼
@tekmepikcha6830 Yıl önce
The angles for this launch tho 👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽. Well done camera crew/drones 🙂
@alexanderkenway Yıl önce
@danielnash4283 Yıl önce
OMG! How wonderful are those returnable rocket vehicles? Watching these devices return to the landing zone looks bad ass and trippy as hell. Man I love you guys! This stuff is like the beginning of an end goal that just blows my F mind LOL I love this shiza you guys rule
I've watched every SpaceX launch. This narrator was by far the best of any. Thanks for all of the great information.
@beardedone9099 Yıl önce
Always love watching these, great work spacex, awesome shots aswell.
@johnarnold893 Yıl önce
I remember when Elon said they were hoping to get 10 launches from each booster and now this one is up to 14, AMAZING.!
Anything but Nominal, that flight was STUNNING. Well done Broadcast Team!!!
@NibsNiven Yıl önce
Nominal doesn't mean _normal,_ it means _flawless._
@@NibsNiven Well, this was Beyond Flawless. It was Beautiful!
@eastafrica1020 Yıl önce
Excellent commentary with outstanding video footage. Incredible to think that in 40 minutes that satellite was deployed almost halfway around the world at an altitude 5 times more or less than the international space station. Just beautiful visuals from this launch.
would love to see the launch from the recovery barge as a side panel along with the normal views. to see the launch and track 1st stage to landing would be awesome!
@Zahidulhasan Yıl önce
Some first time unique view seen here. Best falcon 9 launch cast. Another side note, for two expensive customer satellite SpaceX have full confidence on a booster which already flown 14 times before, this is incredible.
@bjklein444 Yıl önce
Beautiful! 🪁
17:20 Spectacular ground tracking shots of the separated booster and second stage, then the fairings. Amazing times we live in to witness this.
@Sedaura Yıl önce
That exhaust plume illuminated by the sunset is magnificent. One day I'll be able to see it with my own eyes, one day.
22:25 That should be made into a poster. Don't often see such a great combo of a beautiful sunset and the magnificent plume of the launch!
@rafaelcaugusto Yıl önce
16:54 what a beautiful shot! It's SpaceX producing amazing shots launch after launch.
@heloaviator229 Yıl önce
Keep up the great work SpaceX team!
@cryhavoc999 Yıl önce
It occurred to me today that the extraordinary and amazing site of those rockets returning to earth and landing like they do has become almost ordinary. And that in itself is an amazing achievement. Space X have made something that was impossible just a few years ago now happen so often and with such reliability that it is now something of a run of the mill standard thing. Well done.
This stuff is the most amazing thing ever!!! Space X staff are technical geniuses!!
@airbreath Yıl önce
Thanks for the great coverage. So inspiring!
@krist6074 Yıl önce
Wow!!! These streams continue to surprise me!! Possibly one of the coolest views I've ever seen!!! Way to go SpaceX!!!!
@Thunderbyrd. Yıl önce
Beautiful launch to watch! SpaceX is amazing and is farther ahead than anyone else.
@NibsNiven Yıl önce
@22:22 That's the best landing video yet! Uninterrupted, with the plume from the ascent still in the background. *_Bravo!!_*
@cgonzalez7469 Yıl önce
Some really amazing ground shots, wow!
@adammurdoch1708 Yıl önce
Just a casual 3rd launch this week no big deal love it amazing coverage as always
@DCDSG Yıl önce
Such a beautiful launch with the eerie view from the drone ship, perfect lighting. But also incredible commentary throughout, the right tone, the great knowledge of each element of the rocket and each phase of the launch, with perfect enunciation, my favorite host so far.
@bgebbq314 Yıl önce
Fantastic. The view from the landing ship of the plume was Out of This Would!
@edwardriffle29 Yıl önce
Great shot for first stage landing with sunset twilight in the background. Go spacex
@mikeoremus Yıl önce
Wow, one of the most beautiful, probably the best of SpaceX launches ever
@e4tango347 Yıl önce
Hands down one of the best, visually at least, I've got to watch thus far! Talk about timing... Twilight launch due east towards a full moon with a jellyfish visible to the landing barge (and the 2nd stage after the sun dipped below the earth) which was visible to the 1st stage over 100km in altitude! Gonna be tough to top this one!
@RyanHull76 Yıl önce
Awesome mission!! Go SpaceX Go NG!!!
This was one of the most beautiful launches I've seen of the Falcon9....did I hear audio from the actual first and second stage separating?
@phillipbailey70 Yıl önce
Can I agree with everyone else who is complimenting the presenter of this launch - he did a great job of weaving a lot of really interesting additional information into this one 🤩👍
Saw this while kayaking not knowing that the launch was today, absolutely beautiful.
@aaron4820 Yıl önce
22:40 I really do like how underwhelming this is for the team now, I remember watching all the landing attempts before the first one stuck, and the reaction at the control room was incredible, and now, a few claps was it. It truly has become a norm, almost boring, which oddly speaks louder for their achievement than the explosive celebrations of the first few landings.
@hidel308 Yıl önce
Loved that drone ship shot back towards KSC!
@bellagio083 Yıl önce
OmG 😱 😍 so amazing!!! @SpaceX Can we have the full launch and landing from the Cam of the Droneship 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻 that view was so 🤯awesome 😍
16:55 & 17:25 Those are the views I've been waiting for! 👍👍👍 Great job SpaceX!
The most beautiful pictures that I have ever seen. Congratulations SpaceX.
This is so amazing to watch that rocket come back down so perfect and land exactly where it took off from, just totally awesome ❤❤
@xyphur Yıl önce
It didn't land where it launched from. It landed on a drone ship 600km off the coast at sea (which is arguably even more impressive)
@@xyphur awesome, I didn’t know that, thanks!
Amazing views!! keep showing the booster lands though (booster angle) love it! amazing
@Ed_in_Md Yıl önce
That, I think, was the best video yet! Probably the best narration as well! Great job everyone!!
@garylim4800 Yıl önce
I'm amused that the cheers and claps at each stage activity are starting to get a lot less as compared to previous launches. Guess for folks at SpaceX, it's now almost a daily way of life. Go SpaceX!
@nunya___ Yıl önce
Oh Wow! I'd love to have the full video from the drone ship,. Including and heads up view as the booster lands.
i see i am not the only one asking
@ramosel Yıl önce
Thank you for covering the mission all the way to deployment. Miss that on recent videos.
So beautifully orchestrated it is almost a common occurrence. Thank you Elon Musk and your team.
@tonyshaw7420 Yıl önce
What a beautiful setting 😍 just gorgeous!! I WANT TO SEE THIS IN PERSON!!!!
One of the most beautiful night launches yet!!!
@Nardi_05 Yıl önce
I must say this falcon 9 launch is the most beautiful one I’ve seen
@kokomo9764 Yıl önce
Always impressive!
@CadenceManin Yıl önce
There seems to be a rotation, but can we keep this feed host? I appreciate the extra tidbits of information/narration. It makes a more full experience.
*_GREAT_** live stream...👍*
@johnberr2010 Yıl önce
One of the best I've seen and I watch them ALL!👍
@RealTechZen Yıl önce
Okay, who else wants to see the drone ship video uninterrupted from launch to landing?
@eduardofilho Yıl önce
Yes yes and more yes, indeed.
@phillipbailey70 Yıl önce
That would be A-MA-ZING! What a brilliant idea 💡🤯😎 Wonder if we will ever be that lucky? 🤞
@eduardofilho Yıl önce
@@phillipbailey70 absolutely
Tweet the idea at him.
@liamrobins8789 Yıl önce
Beautiful booster landing! Too easy
@alexanderea99 Yıl önce
The most poetic launch of SpaceX.
Awesome, phenomenal encounter gets my endoplasmic reticulum going right on Vuc&crew Skipper.
@montana3227 Yıl önce
This never gets old for me
@dennishaley2821 Yıl önce
me either
@sputnikalgrim Yıl önce
Just never gets old!
@paps69shed Yıl önce
And the photography of the year award goes to!!! Amazing guys 👌👌👌👌
@arbinoypogi Yıl önce
one of the best landing image!
Never boring! Congrats!
@lasersbee Yıl önce
Great video shots from the ground at that altitude.... Love those 1st stage landings....👍 18:53... WOW.... Just Wow.....
@keyserxx Yıl önce
The landing shot appears to show a bit of light that must either be from the moon or from stage 2 rocket as the sun is behind in the opposite direction. Incredible shots in this one.
Or from lights on the landing barge
@famfikse5099 Yıl önce
@SpaceX, is it possible to set a camera upwards on the drone ship to see F9 falling down the sky? Great views btw this launch!
@LavalampDM Yıl önce
Siva Bharadvaj crushed it today. By far the best launch broadcaster.
@garypio2241 Yıl önce
Awesome all around , thank you
@rkramer5629 Yıl önce
Can’t beat a sunset launch! Hopefully no car accidents this time
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