SpaceX Starship Booster Upgrades Needed After Static Fire, Artemis 1 Ready, JWST, Soyuz MS-22 & More

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Wow has this been a week packed with action. So much stuff to dive into today. We find that SpaceX Starship Booster Upgrades Needed After Static Fire to take it to the next level. All while Booster 8 rolls in for testing for the first time. No messing around at SpaceX. We had flights full of new insights, and we had Musk unleashing a treasure trove of information. Is Artemis 1 Ready? We have exciting and positive SLS updates after some repairs and tests. Soyuz MS-22 successfully launched to the International Space Station with two cosmonauts and NASA Astronaut Frank Rubio. More Falcon 9 action finally after repeated delays. And there is quite a lot more crammed into this one as well.

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Charles Blithfield
Charles Blithfield 2 aylar önce
Watching your show every Saturday morning I just take for granted how it just flows along nicely but today for some reason I figured what kind of a coordinated effort it must be to produce these 21 minutes. Gathering all the media, integrating it with the script through editing etc… basically I’m just saying well done Marcus!
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ij f 2 aylar önce
Yes, so very grateful for these weekly updates Marcus!
Generical FishTycoon
Generical FishTycoon 2 aylar önce
@Marcus House Saturday night I was driving a Texan to where he was staying here in Maine up past Rangeley, when I saw what looked like a comet in the sky glowing a bright white. Stopped and watched, the angle made it look really bizarre. I couldn't figure out what it was for sure just watching. Picture I took says 7:41pm Saturday. Turned out it was the SpaceX launch!
Kenneth Foster
Kenneth Foster 2 aylar önce
He probably uses an Android! 😉🤣
Даниил Светлов
@Marcus House После твоих новостей я начинаю обретать веру в человечество. Спасибо!
R O C R O C 2 aylar önce
I was just sitting here watching this video thinking the very same thing. It takes heck of a lot of work. One video a week or more of very technical data in a rapidly changing stream of information. Excellent work!
aeroripper 2 aylar önce
Imagine how loud and ridiculously powerful the full 33 engines taking off is going to be.
Ian Dorge
Ian Dorge 2 aylar önce
Another great well organized video. It is impressive at how much content you and the team cram into each video!
John Carpenter
John Carpenter 2 aylar önce
@Marcus House Great videos. Keep them coming. Any info on the oil rigs SpaceX bought? I’d be interested in seeing how they are converting them for launch and catch.
Marcus House
Marcus House 2 aylar önce
Thanks Ian!
Alan Hart
Alan Hart 2 aylar önce
Wow. This weeks update was “Dense” packed. Lots of great stuff. My personal favorite was Cosmic Perspective’s HD slow motion video of B7 Static Fire. Incredible footage.
Marcus House
Marcus House 2 aylar önce
It sure is huh!?
esnevip 2 aylar önce
Really great editing on this one, the sine wave cutaway versus just a straight cut was nice, and the credits off to the side is slick too. Nice work!
Marcus House
Marcus House 2 aylar önce
Thank you! All due to the great team I'm working with.
Johno 808
Johno 808 2 aylar önce
Yes marcus..the drone view and the slow mo on the booster static fire engines was on point so much going on at spaceX never disappoint with the stream mate thank's for sharing....
Marcus House
Marcus House 2 aylar önce
So good John. I only wish they had published it in higher quality.
rockon1323 2 aylar önce
I look forward to your videos every Saturday. Keep up the good work 👏!
Marcus House
Marcus House 2 aylar önce
Cheers mate! Have a great week!
Greg Bailey
Greg Bailey 2 aylar önce
I love catching up regularly on the latest in space on your channel, Marcus! Thanks for all you do.
Rob Five
Rob Five 2 aylar önce
Busy times in the Space X camp. . Excellent video as always. . Thank you MH + Team for your flawless coverage. .
Peterson Davidson
Peterson Davidson 2 aylar önce
@Marcus House No SLS launch due to tropical storm Ian
Marcus House
Marcus House 2 aylar önce
Thanks Rob. Here again as always mate!
Ludspo 2 aylar önce
So excited for these upcoming months superheavy, artemis 1 and hopefully more beautiful jwst images!
giddy 2 aylar önce
Super interesting episode. Good job Marcus, the most interesting for me was that reflected light from Mars overloaded the sensitive sensors on the James Webb telescope, that's nuts :)
Fred Planatia
Fred Planatia 2 aylar önce
This is so professionally done and its done this way weekly! That level of consistency is really impressive. I love how precisely timed the cuts between the different planets are during the discussion of JWST images from Mars and Neptune. Compliments to Marcus and the team!
stratpac 2 aylar önce
Great! as always. Thanks so much for these weekly updates - IThe best coverage of space activities on the net. Well done Marcus House!!!
john wilmouth
john wilmouth 2 aylar önce
Just wanted to jump in here and thank you for all the time ya put in to bring us this coverage. Keep up the great work. Look forward to every Saturday checking out your videos.
Brian Waugaman
Brian Waugaman 2 aylar önce
I love these updates. Thanks for all you and your team do.
Greg Hostiuck
Greg Hostiuck 2 aylar önce
Well done, Marcus. The time and effort put into these videos is amazing to be honest. Not sure how you do it all! Can't wait for the special video to come out in a couple weeks, interesting topic for sure and one that needs to be hashed out. Fan from Cincinnati.
Rick 2 aylar önce
Great update as usual Marcus, thanks for providing my Saturday morning space fix :D
Lorne Martin
Lorne Martin 2 aylar önce
Love your videos. Thanks for producing these. Look forward every week to watching!
Tim Gifford
Tim Gifford 2 aylar önce
Nice job, the videos are getting denser with all of the exciting coverage. Even the credit roll is getting faster to try to fit it in! Great to see your continued growth!
Jeffrey Galeski
Jeffrey Galeski 2 aylar önce
Top-notch reporting as always Marcus, many thanks.
Stephen Eyles
Stephen Eyles 2 aylar önce
That drone footage of the boosters being moved really makes a difference; never really appreciated the distance between launch and build sites before. Keep up the good work Marcus and the Team!
BlackheartCharlie 2 aylar önce
I'm looking forward to a the consumer-level marine/RV Starlink system. Here at the dock in Key West, I get 2.3 Mbps download and .6 Mbps upload. Even 50 Mbps would be a huge improvement. 250 Mbps seems like an impossible dream. The system will need x/y gimbals under the dish to compensate for rocking of the boat and swinging in the wind at anchor. Capt. Blackheart Charlie Key West
Alex Schendel
Alex Schendel 2 aylar önce
Watching that last Delta IV Heavy launch. That was incredible, ULA really improved their stream quality, providing uninterrupted footage straight from cameras mounted to the rocket, not unlike SpaceX has been doing. Much more interesting to watch than their legacy animated simulation of the telemetry data. Watching the RL-10 nozzle extension deploy was very cool!
Morgan Anderson
Morgan Anderson 2 aylar önce
Marcus you make great video production look so effortless. Hats off to you and the spectacular production team making the wonderful content possible week after week! Thanks to all!
Curtis Averill
Curtis Averill 2 aylar önce
Great updates! Keep up the great work!
tawny 2 aylar önce
love your show Marcus. so chill and such a nice way to have a saturday morning :)
James Kirk
James Kirk 28 gün önce
*Excellent informational, graphical, and animational detail in all of your videos. And your rapid-fire narration works well with subject matter like this, serving to convey the excitement underway to reach the planets. I watch many videos, ranging from history to science to nature and your use of those pink, orange, & green directional arrows helps the viewer to immediately zero-in on precisely what you're referencing. A small thing, perhaps, but a technique I had not seen used before, strangely enough. Watching these videos, I'm reminded of the greatest explorers the world ever knew - the British Empire. With countries like India (and even Iran) plotting further missions, does the UK ever plan to build their own space fleet, using their own designs? Seeing the Union Jack soaring into the heavens bound for Mars would be impressive.*
DarkenSeyreth 2 aylar önce
Sadly Artemis is preparing for rollback now, due to Hurricane Ian. It will probably be another month before we see another attempt now. I guess the Starship vs Artemis launch race is back on! I just want to say Marcus I look forward to your videos every week. You have become my go-to source for all things Space-X related.
Steve Austin
Steve Austin 2 aylar önce
Mid-October is the next window IIRC, so just short of a month. If Hurricane Ian goes far enough west, Oct 2nd might still work.
Jeremy 2 aylar önce
SpaceX is getting things done in record fashion! I can't wait to watch these Starships launch and to watch Marcus House's videos on that. Thanks for the videos, keep them coming!
Cylius 2 aylar önce
@Alvin Fuller they're getting launches, tests, building rocket engines, and rocket ships in record fashion and making breakthroughs in reusable rocket engine technology. Yeah we had guys walking on the moon over 50 years ago... but we want to build bases on the moon and land a human on mars and build bases on mars. Do we need a win that bad? No, we just have bigger goals and better technology than we did over 50 years ago.
Alvin Fuller
Alvin Fuller 2 aylar önce
Getting what done? They had guys walking around the Moon 50 years ago...do we need a win that bad?
Bob B
Bob B 2 aylar önce
Hey, Hey @marcus Good to see you again! You packed in a lot of great updates Thanks.🤡 Fingers crossed for an SLS successful launch soon! Looking forward to your next episode with Delta IV
Kevin Street
Kevin Street 2 aylar önce
Thank you for another wonderful video! I hope SLS launches in a week or two, and Starship does their test in November! That would be awesome.
Rafael Toro VIP
Rafael Toro VIP 2 aylar önce
As always looking forward to seeing your videos. Full of up to the point and easy to follow information. Thanks. 👍. Greetings from 🇺🇸
Dan Swan
Dan Swan 2 aylar önce
So grateful for all the wonderful information being shared here. Not only informative, but entertaining as well. Many thanks to everyone involved.
Wayne Sardullo
Wayne Sardullo 2 aylar önce
I was taken back to the image of Neptune for several reasons. I was just old enough and into Astronomy as a little boy and I remember watching the coverage news(Documentary's PBS) from NASA when Voyager 1 and 2 probes send back images of Jupiter and Saturn. I was SUPER impressed later when they pushed V2 to Uranus and couldn't believe what they showed at that time, When they pushed again to Neptune it was pretty good but the Planet to me just didn't give up enough. This image of Neptune gives me the chills the same way the V1 and V2 Probes did back in the day. Look forward to the next set of things they have to show.
Andre Tokayuk
Andre Tokayuk 2 aylar önce
Great episode, Marcus!) Sounds like Space X has to keep some pressure in Starship and booster for transport stiffness.. I imagine it would be feasible to transport them both vertical on a drone ship.. with a partial fill to keep the center of gravity very low and 3-4 guy wire tie downs from the top to the drone ship..)
Nicolas Madore
Nicolas Madore 2 aylar önce
Great video as always Marcus, thank you for covering the industry in such an easily-digestible way. Cheers!
Marc Jones
Marc Jones 2 aylar önce
Thanks Marcus, excellent as ever. Looking forward to the deep dive.
Xx_peace_xX 2 aylar önce
3:36 It appears that SpaceX is still experiencing problems with their engines and that they are not yet entirely ready of being reusable because even static fire may harm them, let alone doing an orbital journey.
Stinger NSW
Stinger NSW 2 aylar önce
Thanks Marcus and to the entire team for the awesome update 👍
Marcus Outdoors
Marcus Outdoors 2 aylar önce
Great to see you knocking it out of the park, fantastic coverage
Marcus House
Marcus House 2 aylar önce
Thanks Marcus! :)
John Manderson
John Manderson 2 aylar önce
Thank you for the great clarity of your videos, it is very much appreciated 😊
Edward Lowry
Edward Lowry 2 aylar önce
Mr. Marcus House, I thoroughly love your site and the information provided. Keep up the great and important work! Sincerely Ed Lowry Iowa
David Little
David Little 2 aylar önce
I really look forward to these Saturday morning episodes. Thank you.
Mario Martinoli
Mario Martinoli 2 aylar önce
As always, well prepared, well presented and immensely informative. Well done!!!
InfoSopher 2 aylar önce
Thanks for doing your vids Marcus. I keep coming back to your channel, because of the high standard. In particular in comparison to many other channels. Keep it up!
Marcus House
Marcus House 2 aylar önce
Thanks very much!
Daniel Roden
Daniel Roden 2 aylar önce
awsome update! glad so many people from around the world are enjoying this crazy texas / florida activity!
M. F.
M. F. 2 aylar önce
Great video, as always, Marcus. I’m guessing early October for SLS. Don’t think they’ll go as early as next week. But then, who knows?
Marcus House
Marcus House 2 aylar önce
Not by the sounds of it. Announcements indicate no flight for the 27th just moments ago.
Tim Redding
Tim Redding 2 aylar önce
Nice work Marcus. Always excited to watch what's happening.
Marcus House
Marcus House 2 aylar önce
Thanks Tim! Enjoy!
alan simmons
alan simmons 2 aylar önce
Great show again! Thanks for all you do!
Pierre 2 aylar önce
Like always Marcus great show and thx for those absolutly great new. God damn Neptune in infrared is sublimely beautiful. Thx again Marcus and keep up the great work!
Stuart Beck
Stuart Beck 2 aylar önce
Wow,wow! those images of Neptune were amazing, there's so much more to Neptune and the other outer planets, infact every planet and moon in our solar system has masses to offer for us to learn vast amounts of new and wonderus things, I sometimes think we don't pay enough attention to what's going on in our little solar system because were looking so far out into the vastness of the universe, i really hope Elon musk's starship end up being a massive success, if it becomes half as reliable and successful as the Falcon 9 then it's going to be such a wonderful thing to be witness to, the possibilities opened up to investigate our inner planets and moons? Even to push out further to see the gas giants and who knows what else? Totally amazing and very exciting to watch where things go, and it's Good to be around at a time where space x and many other companies are not only interested in space again, but really pushing and openly trying to breakthrough the boundaries and limitations of us and our technology, love how Elon and space x are so open about their rockets and say basically if you can do better? Show us! All the secrecy way of doing things does, is make everyone paranoid and selfish, which then limits the advancement of moving forwards. Long may it continue.......,
neil woodmansey
neil woodmansey 2 aylar önce
Thanks Marcus. nice update. connecting lots of Starships together would make sense for long duration trips. they could possibly make them specific to tasks, like accomodation, messing, navigation, cargo, etc. Might make for happier people, which is the most important thing (I think)?
Chris 2 aylar önce
Appreciate the content Marcus + Team can always count on you to keep us informed! So many videos go unappreciated.. but I just wanted to give some acknowledgement to you guys and show appreciation for all you guys do. Unfortunately I'm to broke to donate to your store or to help finance anything you do but be sure to know if my lottery ticket pays off ill happily donate 😊.. I know that doesn't help much but words are free so wanted to spend my time to appreciate yours so thank you! Your work is awesome! Hope your keeping us informed with starship Mars landing and what equipment they take there etc and possible if SLS lifts off .. hopefully we will still be around for that 🤣.. thanks again guys 👏
Mark Grantom
Mark Grantom 2 aylar önce
Great video as usual! I would bet lunch that they transport booster and Starship horizontally. Seems particularly likely given the fact that they have to go around the tip of Florida to the east coast.
Giovanni Hardy
Giovanni Hardy 2 aylar önce
Wow, Good videos Mr. House, keep up the good work.
The_Deadly_Claws 2 aylar önce
Another fantastic video! Go team space
Joseph Raffurty
Joseph Raffurty 2 aylar önce
Excited to hear Artemis fuel leak might be under control! Lots of hard working people on that project. It is too bad the ground station equipment has caused so many issues on this project. But despite that, they press on!
aeroripper 2 aylar önce
Seems like SpaceX is going to have less problems with the fuel leaking since they went with methane instead of hydrogen like nasa. Once they get their in-orbit refueling tankers in orbit up and running that should pretty much negate the less energy dense downsides of methane.
KevinDC5 2 aylar önce
@Daniel Dosen If SLS belonged to Elon, he would launch it straight through the eye of the storm and call it a “Musk-room” cloud!
Daniel Dosen
Daniel Dosen 2 aylar önce
I read it was rolling back because of TS Ian - 9/27 is out.
KevinDC5 2 aylar önce
@Schrodingers Cat oh I understand. I’m just dropping some rocket punnage! That’s one small step for this man👇🏼 And I’m go at throttle up, past max Q 😎
Schrodingers Cat
Schrodingers Cat 2 aylar önce
It was still leaking and they had to go though heating and cooling cycles to keep the leak below acceptable levels. They also had to reduce pressure of the feed lines meaning it took much longer to fill than planned.
Robert R. Abell
Robert R. Abell 2 aylar önce
Thank you Marcus always appreciate your content. Kudos and keep up the great work. Keep it between the Ditches. All day long Yahoo
Daniel Bezares
Daniel Bezares 2 aylar önce
Perfectly summed up for my busy daily life and still a space-nerd. Thank you! Subbed
Timothy Nielsen
Timothy Nielsen 2 aylar önce
Hi Marcus, great video as usual. No mention of Virgin Orbit's plan to launch their rockets from Queensland Australia? I would have thought that would be interesting to a fellow Aussie 😊
LDoctorKC 2 aylar önce
Seems odd to have storage tanks so close to the test site where they are igniting engines.
A man and his duck(KaidenOZ)
interesting info about he upgraded hardware for faster Starlink, i was able to achieve 350mb/s speeds with my version one Starlink(round dishy) back when i first got my kit. i don't think hardware is a bottleneck for speed and i am wondering what these more expensive kits actually contain.
stuart Cutts
stuart Cutts 2 aylar önce
Your channel is now a must every weekend! Thank you so much!!!!
Marcus House
Marcus House 2 aylar önce
Cheers Stuart.
SDizzle 2 aylar önce
Been waiting all week for your new video! Awesome as always sir. Keep it up.
Christian Debney
Christian Debney 2 aylar önce
Great video Marcus, Cosmic perspective's work is stunning.
Th3Roomi3 2 aylar önce
The next space race seems so exciting! I can’t wait for the first commercial STARShip voyage🎉🎉🎉🎉
Eamon Stack
Eamon Stack 2 aylar önce
Excellent news video, exciting SLS news. Hope we see launch soon. Saw last Delta Ii live in Vandenberg a few years ago with Australian tourists. I asked them, "Are you here for Mars trip too?" Now bad for Padddy-Irishman, Eamon
Steven Veldt
Steven Veldt 2 aylar önce
Thank you team for another incredible weekly recap.
Micheal Colhoun
Micheal Colhoun 2 aylar önce
Jam packed episode - Well Done!
VanSet Productions
VanSet Productions 2 aylar önce
Great video! Can't wait to see SLS launch!
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Good the see space scientists, engineers and technicians being better for diplomacy than politicians.
David Roberts
David Roberts 2 aylar önce
Hi Marcus house that was a great video of space and the space industry it’s going to be awesome month and the rest of the year in space David 🇬🇧🙏🚀❤️👍
John Pluskota
John Pluskota 2 aylar önce
Great update as usual. Thanks and keep up the great work.
Berry Dʒhobs
Berry Dʒhobs 2 aylar önce
Effort you put in to provide quality videos . Is mind blowing.
Marcus House
Marcus House 2 aylar önce
Thank you Berry!
Clarence365 2 aylar önce
Keep up the good content Marcus. Saturday is very productive.
Yume Sekai
Yume Sekai 2 aylar önce
Back then, I used to think that the booster will be just an easy task for SpaceX because it's just like a large Falcon 9. But now, it's seems it's as hard as the Starship. It's natural that they needed more iteration of the Booster. Because if Elon wanted this to be like a reusable airplane, it has to undergo a lot of test since there is no escape system
rifz42 2 aylar önce
love the drone time lapses! so cool!!
bbird a12
bbird a12 2 aylar önce
It would be super nice if you would do a video just about James Webb images. With your tight presentations and excellent information breakdown, it would really be a fantastic "one stop shop" to get fully up to date. I have actually never seen the Neptune pictures until now, and what a sight, rings of Neptune in Technicolor.
Life = 42
Life = 42 2 aylar önce
I love how all countries collaborate on space missions!
Tweedle 2 aylar önce
Marcus, I REALLY hope you cover the launch yesterday of the Starlink Mission and JUST HOW BEAUTIFUL AND UNIQUE the shots came out on the NASASpaceflight channel!! They were all just SO EXCITED because you could see BOTH the FIRST and SECOND Stage after Separation... PLUS BOTH FERRINGS!!!! I had NO IDEA THEY HAD THRUSTS ADJUSTING THEIR DECENT!!! You could see the firing and the Sun was catching them while it was dark down here on Earth... Oh MAN IT WAS SO BEAUTIFUL!!! PLEASE, If you can fit it in, it would be SO NICE to share that one of a kind shot... the cameramen was able to track them so well both up and down with the except of a couple of cloud... And hey if you can't fit it in, at least check it out yourself, you do NOT want to miss it!!!
Marcus House
Marcus House 2 aylar önce
We will certainly try and cover all this. Thanks!
Steve Herman
Steve Herman 2 aylar önce
An Excellent summary as always.
RoqettCom 2 aylar önce
Another great video, thanks Marcus. Keep up the good work. It's our Sunday morning ritual to lay in bed and watch
Microbyte 2 aylar önce
Interesting, informative and well presented. Thanks from Titusville Florida
Marcus House
Marcus House 2 aylar önce
Why thank you! Have a great weekend!
Toby Jessup
Toby Jessup 2 aylar önce
I hope your artificial gravity exploration addresses what happens if an astronaut jumps up from the floor, and how an astronaut moves about differently when touching or not touching the structure. There are interior design advantages to be found.
David Gould
David Gould 2 aylar önce
Love the videos! I constantly have to pinch myself to remind myself I'm not dreaming: the 10 year old me, 51 years ago, would have thought this was all nonsensical science fiction but it's all happening for real (I'm not a big conspiracy theorist: they all want you to believe it's a lie). In other news (and here I sound like a Henson employee but - honest, guv - I'm not (on the wrong side of the Atlantic, for a start)), my Good Lady Wife thought I'd be spraying blood all over the bathroom in the morning. It turns out that you can switch from electric to manual without doing that and Marcus's code works fine. I'm a bit of a slob about shaving, so the free 100 blades will probably see me out, too (depending on how much I annoy her). It's a bit like doing the opposite switch with a car: the initial cost is a bit high¹, but the running costs are really low. ¹ just checked: it turns out you *can* pay a lot more for an electric razor, but you don't have to.
Heath Jones
Heath Jones 2 aylar önce
That panning time lapse @ 13:52 is mind blowing. Could definitely use more of that fancy footage in future videos!
beautifulsmall 2 aylar önce
30-40ms ping on starlink, goal
tsgsjeremy 2 aylar önce
Artemis 1 ready to fly? SWEET, I'll keep my next year open for it! 😆😆
Chris O'Connor
Chris O'Connor 2 aylar önce
Another great video. Thanks, Marcus!
Nirbhaya Tiwari
Nirbhaya Tiwari 2 aylar önce
Hey hey Marcus ... Why Soyuz takes less time to make it's capsule dock with ISS than the Falcon 9's Crew Dragon ??? Please reply brother ...
Price Ringo
Price Ringo 2 aylar önce
The United States is blessed with what we call an intercostal waterway. These are a chain of barrier islands almost along the entire south and east coasts that block truly rough seas. This encourages taller segment transportation.
Scanner9631 2 aylar önce
Once the hurricane season passes.
Trap Johnson
Trap Johnson 2 aylar önce
Rough seas... Anyone with knowledge of the intracoastal waterways, how rough do they tend to get, being within the various barrier islands? Rougher than a harbor but less bumpy than the open sea?
Mikael Löjdkvist
Mikael Löjdkvist 2 aylar önce
Exellent job as always
Flightlevel180 2 aylar önce
Flawless as always. Good on ya!
Marcus House
Marcus House 2 aylar önce
Thanks for watching!
Jouni K
Jouni K 2 aylar önce
I now wonder if the nitrogen feed into the deluge system is for enhanced misting, reduced oxygen content, pre-cooling the produced droplets or some combination of those and other reasons.
I-Love-Space Aylar önce
When we see testing at such a pace, it proves Elon and others have made the correct choice with METHALOX fuel. It seems like using HYDROLOX for BOOSTER engines is kind of stupid when it is so prone to leaks and has to be purged and DRIED after every use. HYDROLOX is useful for upper stage engines if performance is your only consideration, but it is still a pain in the butt if you want to reuse upper stages like on Starship. I see less and less of a benefit for HYDROLOX except on reusable vehicles on the moon only.
alkebulansoul.com 2 aylar önce
Great job Marcus!
Knossos22 2 aylar önce
Hey Marcus, Two questions worth investigation: A) where will the next tower be located and B) will it be for landings only? If I were involved, I'd seriously lobby for separation of launch and landing operations. I think the landing will be riskier than launch. A landing only tower could be considerably less complex. No, OLM required, no fuel required, etc. Also, a landing only tower could be considerably shorter. Actually, I'd lobby to keep the crew together and continue forward with construction of at least two launch and two landing towers at Kennedy. Separation of launch and landings reduces the risk of losing the OLM if there is a critical failure during landing... Oh, also, if the two operations are separated this might explain why the mechazilla arms are shorter for 39A
Knossos22 2 aylar önce
@TJ Reynolds My thoughts: I'm suspicious of overly ambitious goals regarding speed of turn around. At least for the first couple hundred flights. Starship/super heavy will likely go through many iterations for years to come. What is Falcon at? 178 successful launches? A successful Starship will change the game! However, there is just not that much to be gained for a 1 vs a 7 or even 14 day turn-around. Just add more ships and boosters to the queue. Landing at a separate pad and then running the ship and booster to the back of the line for reconditioning and inspection not only makes sense, it will be necessary for years. Why risk the OLM? What is the cost in materials and labor to build an OLM compared to a less complex landing only tower? I think there is a good argument for not comingling launch and landings. A RUD during landing at the OLM could be a serious problem. Additionally, a landing only tower could have robust but simple protective cladding...
TJ Reynolds
TJ Reynolds 2 aylar önce
As of July, NASA and SpaceX hadn't even started the environmental review process to develop LC-49. I am also doubtful that they will have separate launch and landing towers considering how much Elon wants to turnaround the vehicles as fast as possible. I also haven't seen any other obvious locations for a third starship launch tower. Additionally NASA has expressed concern over starship operations at LC-39A affecting the ability to launch crew, and one of their suggested mitigations was to build crew launch capabilities at SLC-40. So I don't think it'd be too much of a stretch to think that the new tower segments will be for a crew access tower at SLC-40 instead of a new starship launch tower
Steve Austin
Steve Austin 2 aylar önce
SLC-13 where LZ-1 and LZ-2 are at seems like a good choice for a tower just for catching. NASA and SpaceX are working with the FAA on constructing one or more Starship pads at the as yet unbuilt LC-49 which is northwest of LC-39B. Who knows how long that could take for approval as I don't know if NASA got approvals in the past for the many other pads considered around LC-39A and LC-39B.
Paul Jaworski
Paul Jaworski 2 aylar önce
Marcus, every time I see a SpcaeX booster being driven down the road in Texas I think a good blast of wind will blow it over. :-)
Jaco Geldenhuys
Jaco Geldenhuys 2 aylar önce
Awesome video as usual 💪
Marcus House
Marcus House 2 aylar önce
Hey, thanks for watching Jaco!
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