Starship Launch Animation

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  • Published on Oct 14, 2019
  • Starship will be the most powerful rocket in history, capable of carrying humans to the Moon, Mars, and beyond.
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  • 雨竹
    雨竹 10 hours ago

    神迹。

  • Nathan Higa
    Nathan Higa 10 hours ago

    To the moon or bust!

  • Pushing Pluto
    Pushing Pluto 2 days ago

    Pushing Pluto?

  • Rio Federline
    Rio Federline 3 days ago

    I feel bad for my grand children


    They gonna have a pretty long school time in Mars

  • Cosmology Man
    Cosmology Man 4 days ago

    tvclip.biz/channel/UCP_4f9A3CM4PboUEbV5LGgA?view_as=subscriber

  • Larry E. Goines Jr.
    Larry E. Goines Jr. 4 days ago

    I Don't Know Why We Still Launch Rockets At Sea Level, When SpaceShipOne Can Bring It Up To Launch Height Of 367,490 ft!

    Does A Rocket In A Void, Propel Itself Better, Than A Rocket In An Atmosphere?

    Also Considering Decreases In The Well Of Gravity, A Plus.

  • Trump Game
    Trump Game 4 days ago

    The launch of the rocket to a height of 150 kilometers on a platform raised by 6 stratostats will allow to launch it and save fuel. Of course stratostats will jerk up after the rocket launch, but may not jerk. If you immediately reset almost all the compressed air. The price of the idea of launching a rocket from the platform is $ 5,000.

  • Ofer Krupka
    Ofer Krupka 5 days ago

    I'm 1 year early...
    Who's here after the launch of the Starship?

  • Ofer Krupka
    Ofer Krupka 5 days ago

    Remember when this was just a animation?

  • G. Ivanov Grozev
    G. Ivanov Grozev 6 days ago

    Question... do people sign anything or get a stamp on their passport or something when they leave earth? Just curious...

  • Mack Jinnum
    Mack Jinnum 9 days ago

    StarShip is going to be so amazing and the view fantastic. Great job Elon Musk!

  • Yusoff Hassan
    Yusoff Hassan 10 days ago

    May wanna land it somewhere else than the launch pad just in case... you know... Crash.

  • Steven Lee
    Steven Lee 11 days ago

    the biggest concern of mine now would failure to even reach mars. Its hard enough for the body and mind. But for technical issues to accure. That would be disastrous. Kinda like the CyberTruck show. The part where the windows break. That would kill me.

  • Sheehan Sarder
    Sheehan Sarder 11 days ago +1

    1:25
    that looks like the omuamua interstellar asteriod thingy from a few months back

  • Howard wood
    Howard wood 12 days ago

    What will soap drama be like on Mars?

  • Minh Le Duy
    Minh Le Duy 13 days ago

    best animation I've ever seen!

  • StarkosGuy
    StarkosGuy 13 days ago

    starship launch will attract 1 billion viewers worldwide on youtube

  • Rikamime
    Rikamime 14 days ago

    F

  • Krautmaster86
    Krautmaster86 14 days ago

    pretty glossy finnish

  • Ketmo785
    Ketmo785 17 days ago

    One thing I don't understand is why the launch rockets close to sea levels. Wouldn't it save a lot of fuel to launch from some high altitude place?

  • psycleen
    psycleen 17 days ago +1

    cow and bull ship

    • Evan Scammell
      Evan Scammell 16 days ago +1

      @psycleen Correct me if I'm wrong, but I think your question is why rocket engines apply a force, even though there isn't air to push against. They work just the same as they do inside the earth's atmosphere. In simplest form, rockets just spitting out heated gas in the opposite direction to where they want to go. Newton's 3rd law of motion states that every action has an equal and opposite reaction. This means that if we shoot highly compressed, extremely hot gas out the rocket's engine nossel at really high speeds, the momentum of those particles being shot outwards will be transferred to the spacecraft, therefore, causing it to accelerate.

      I tried to explain in the best way I could. If you want a more detailed answer, I suggest checking out everyday astronaut's vids. Hoped this helped!

    • psycleen
      psycleen 17 days ago +1

      how do rocket engines work in a vacuum

  • Michael Harris Vlogs
    Michael Harris Vlogs 17 days ago

    The people that thumbs down r flat earthers

  • itJUSTme l.u.k.e
    itJUSTme l.u.k.e 18 days ago

    loved this launch landing footage was ace 🔥🔥


    It would mean the world to me if you could leave a like on my spaceX we thank you video :) m.tvclip.biz/video/4jsHcovGEMY/video.html

  • ANON UNTEER
    ANON UNTEER 18 days ago

    NOW thats a ROCKET SHIP

  • TheRollingDices
    TheRollingDices 22 days ago +2

    1:22 And thus the male and female rocket copulate, leaving their offspring on Earth.

  • Johann Sebastian Bach
    Johann Sebastian Bach 23 days ago +4

    1:30 reminds me that scene from requiem for a dream :D

    • Johann Sebastian Bach
      Johann Sebastian Bach 14 days ago

      @Third Grade Montecarlo Let's see!! Just yell "The real JS Bach please stand up" three times in a crowded place, if you see me standing up, then it means I am the real JS Bach :D

    • Third Grade Montecarlo
      Third Grade Montecarlo 14 days ago

      hey are u the real johann sebastian bach

  • Smithnik
    Smithnik 23 days ago +2

    This rocket is *T H I C C* af.

  • Vinay kumar
    Vinay kumar 23 days ago

    Who are here after the actual launch?

  • Reactions
    Reactions 23 days ago

    I can’t wait to see it penetrating King Kong’s anus!

  • Strolling Around Japan
    Strolling Around Japan 24 days ago +8

    *_Made on Earth by Humans_*

  • Abdullahi Farah
    Abdullahi Farah 24 days ago

    MISSION ACCOMPLISHED!!

  • RedRamOfTheLeaf
    RedRamOfTheLeaf 24 days ago

    The future is exciting , i want to get a Neuralink chip someday

  • Carl Prothman
    Carl Prothman 24 days ago

    SpaceX, when you launched your first set of Starlink internet satellites in May, those with their eyes attuned to the night sky immediately realized that the objects were incredibly bright.
    What are you doing to avoid interfere with scientific observations and amateur appreciation of the stars?
    www.space.com/spacex-starlink-astronomy-observations.html

  • Memes n Shet
    Memes n Shet 25 days ago

    You better get applying for a Martian visa already

  • Memes n Shet
    Memes n Shet 25 days ago

    I wonder how will be the Martian laws,society,culture...will there be a Martian version of Las Vegas?

  • Memes n Shet
    Memes n Shet 25 days ago +1

    So...the first children to be born on Mars will be referred to as Martians wow

  • Bob Hanson
    Bob Hanson 25 days ago

    Hey Elon, I have a question for you.
    Why are you continuing to launch vertically? I am not understanding that.

  • ahmet baba
    ahmet baba 25 days ago

    When will it be launched in real life?

    • Thugs Bunny
      Thugs Bunny 23 days ago

      ahmet baba np

    • ahmet baba
      ahmet baba 23 days ago

      @Thugs Bunny i already knew about them bro tnx then

    • Thugs Bunny
      Thugs Bunny 24 days ago +1

      You can also watch the construction of the first prototype on labpadres channel

    • Thugs Bunny
      Thugs Bunny 24 days ago +1

      ahmet baba 20km hop of the first prototype called mark 1 in 3 to 4 weeks first orbital prototype by the end of 2020 with a superheavy booster. Its going commercial (meaning its going to launch satellites for costumers) in 2021. There doing a moon fly bye with artists on board in 2023 and the first moon landing in 2022 (unmanned) and also sending 4 unmanned starships to mars to set up a base the same year and a crewed mars landing in 2024

  • Milky
    Milky 25 days ago

    We where born in the right generation.

  • Sai Kyaw Than Htay
    Sai Kyaw Than Htay 25 days ago +3

    See spacex ship
    Me: tries to build in games
    Also me: why does it look like a squid?

  • Roger
    Roger 26 days ago

    Please please please put 24/7 cams on the star ship. I would love to virtually travel with you on this magnificence journey!

  • АнтиВор
    АнтиВор 26 days ago

    когда нибудь куплю билет и покину эту грешную планету Эх

  • Daniyar Alibayev
    Daniyar Alibayev 26 days ago

    Dude.
    Kerosene & internal combustion engine are hogwash.
    Simply "burning fossil fuels" -- is foolish. You'll not be able to go to Mars using kerosene.
    Focus, R&D on different types of motors.

    • Brent Smith
      Brent Smith 24 days ago

      SpaceX have known since 2016 that kerosene won't work for Mars: pbs.twimg.com/media/CtYhRXmXgAA-vZt.jpg:large
      Which is why they have *already* developed the most advanced rocket engine ever specifically for Starship. It's a full flow staged combustion engine that runs on deep cryo methalox:
      tvclip.biz/video/X2dEpe8WS1A/video.html

  • Jack Bear
    Jack Bear 26 days ago

    My mother witnessed the R101 airship fly over her house as a girl. As a schoolboy I watched the moon landing live on Tv and now it looks like my children (if not me) will see humans on Mars -Truly amazing.

  • Zeayd 454
    Zeayd 454 26 days ago +23

    I'm going to relpy to this comment
    When we land on mars successfully.
    Until then i must wait.

  • Igor Schmidlapp
    Igor Schmidlapp 27 days ago

    Can't call it a starship, unless it can go to another star. I guess that you can point and shoot this out there (Voyager is still going... er... V'ger...), but then it's just a probe. And I'm not sure that I would want to die of old age on the way, playing with the same set of checkers... ;-P

    • Adam Gibb
      Adam Gibb 25 days ago

      They can name it what they want, think about it the Saturn V never went to Saturn, and the space shuttle only went to low earth orbit. Look at the rockets like the Atlas V, Falcon 9, and the Vulcan there named after things that have nothing to do with what they do.

  • St Myles
    St Myles 27 days ago

    Love this

  • RiotSmurf
    RiotSmurf 27 days ago

    This bidget animation is pretty cool. I understand if you want to keep your millions for your rockets instead of high quality animations. This was great thanks.

  • Jesse Jensen
    Jesse Jensen 27 days ago

    \only need 1000 of these to build a 1,000,000 person city on mars

  • Angery doge
    Angery doge 27 days ago +6

    kids who live on the moon in the future will be like "get away from me zoomer, i'm a mooner"

  • Susan ßøt c:
    Susan ßøt c: 27 days ago

    So glad i was born in the perfect time to see people going to mars

  • Kaiden Stevens
    Kaiden Stevens 27 days ago

    What? No David Bowie

  • Giuseppe Ruta7
    Giuseppe Ruta7 27 days ago

    Fantastico.. 🎥😍🚀

  • VINNA YOSAY
    VINNA YOSAY 27 days ago

    What if we had a tube that is long enough to transport people to mar and different planets

  • Avenant Kerbi Abela
    Avenant Kerbi Abela 27 days ago

    Feel like thais company should have 10,000,000 subs-SpaceX

  • chan winnie
    chan winnie 28 days ago

    is that......going to land on mars?

  • Boisja1
    Boisja1 28 days ago

    That was awesome right about now. Let's go

  • こだまぷに霊夢 KODAKUN general

    Space X is wonderful.

  • TheElementalOrca / Teo
    TheElementalOrca / Teo 28 days ago +1

    Still think the ITS looked better. like if u agree

  • TV성빈
    TV성빈 Month ago

    won't the launch pad be broken if they are landing the boosters near by?