Launch: WGS 9 Delta IV rocket with the ninth Wideband Global SATCOM (WGS-9) U.S. Air Force.

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  • Mariana Teixeira
    Mariana Teixeira 9 months ago

    So fast wow

  • Mariana Teixeira
    Mariana Teixeira 9 months ago

    Amaizing

  • Edward P Campbell
    Edward P Campbell 10 months ago

    Why do I imagine the Launch Commentator, 'Mike' Underhill, sounds like and has the female mannerisms of a dyke? (a woman who dresses up and pretends to be a man). 'His' voice sounds like a 14 year old's who hasn't experienced adolescence yet. The face looks like a female's, especially the lips. Strange kind of politically correct front 'man' for an international organisation. Obama's legacy? A bit like the creepy experience of being served in a bank by a woman in a burqa.

  • Edelson Boechat Pereira
    Edelson Boechat Pereira 10 months ago

    Fantastic. Very, very good.

  • saman2032
    saman2032 10 months ago

    Air Force honor for any country to achieve a higher step. But really ugly animated film him making

  • Mar Ia
    Mar Ia 10 months ago

    HAHAAHAHAHHAAH

  • enzo ferialdi
    enzo ferialdi 10 months ago

    Da Venezia . bellissimo

  • BraesBladesmyth
    BraesBladesmyth 10 months ago

    Someone has to square away the Lt's Service Jacket before airtime.
    The retired Sergeants lose their coffee on desks...

  • koshhe
    koshhe 10 months ago +4

    I don't believe it.

    • p00p
      p00p 10 months ago +1

      I don't believe you.

  • The crazy man from Ireland.

    super video thanks for sharing

  • jonas chikri
    jonas chikri 10 months ago

    what was his speed

  • Виталий. днр
    Виталий. днр 10 months ago +1

    Супер)

  • franco clivio
    franco clivio 10 months ago

    Nice video good Sunday

  • giba santos
    giba santos 10 months ago +1

    pq não colocar imagens originais invés de desenho animado?

    • Freyja Svansdóttir
      Freyja Svansdóttir 10 months ago +1

      giba santos You see original footage until the rocket can't be seen from earth any more. In order to take pictures of the satellite in orbit you would have to have another satellite on the same orbital path only to shoot footage of the first satellite. That would cost millions and that is why you see a drawing instead.

  • sparkdog44
    sparkdog44 10 months ago +1

    The increase in altitude is pretty rapid. A mile clicks off in only a few seconds. Downrange miles at a very rapid rate....amazing.

  • King Power
    King Power 10 months ago +2

    anyone know how the calculate the amount of thrust and power needed to lift that thing you space

    • King Power
      King Power 10 months ago +1

      +CJ S I think they don't show those footage cause it's a top secret

  • mad kobra
    mad kobra 10 months ago +3

    cool beans. can it land?

    • mad kobra
      mad kobra 10 months ago +1

      +BadWolf HS religion of piece?

    • BadWolf HS
      BadWolf HS 10 months ago +1

      It can land, in several pieces

  • David Anthony
    David Anthony 10 months ago +6

    Good going NASA. The future of humanity is in your hands.

    • BadWolf HS
      BadWolf HS 10 months ago +2

      Satellites dont exist? I guess the youtube comments are running out of absurd things to say.

    • Nicolas Bishop
      Nicolas Bishop 10 months ago +4

      Satellites dont exist...

    • ShapeMemoryDoctor
      ShapeMemoryDoctor 10 months ago +2

      This is a military satellite so yes, our future is in their hands.

  • Zev Benjamin
    Zev Benjamin 10 months ago +5

    SCIENCE!!! HELL YEAH!!!!

  • Poseidon63
    Poseidon63 10 months ago +9

    Gives me goosebumps, the power, wow.

  • richard ray archuleta
    richard ray archuleta 10 months ago

    Awesome

  • captain kirk
    captain kirk 10 months ago +2

    whats takin the video

  • bcarlo25
    bcarlo25 10 months ago +1

    The lieutenant did good except for.... where in the hell were his fellow soldiers to fix his passant "shoulder strap"? Some may know it as Epaulette.

  • 0FanMusic
    0FanMusic 10 months ago

    i go Zzzzz 02:58 late here

  • Ashish Palkar
    Ashish Palkar 10 months ago +2

    good luck guys

  • Charles Brissett Jr
    Charles Brissett Jr 10 months ago +3

    no its not a satellite being launched its a warning gift to the winner of the Asian Elvis impersonator contest from North Korea explaining In no uncertain terms why he needs to shut up.... lol

  • A_Transposition_Error
    A_Transposition_Error 10 months ago

    T minus ten at 40:47

  • shane koszczewski
    shane koszczewski 10 months ago +1

    its a nuuuuke!

  • William Veitch
    William Veitch 10 months ago

    live?