Launch of Worlds Largest Rocket Delta IV Heavy with NROL-37

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  • The Observer
    The Observer Day ago

    I watched all of this only to see a cool looking CGI mini movie , we have no idea what happened , we only know what we are being told , super creepy!

  • wojtek0000
    wojtek0000 2 days ago

    This rocket was sent into space on my request. Purpose is so I can spy on my gf who I suspect is having an affair with my mailman.

  • LloydBonafide1
    LloydBonafide1 2 days ago

    The birdie finger rocket

  • Max Castor
    Max Castor 3 days ago

    The Saturn V is the largest but it used a mixture of kerosene and liquid oxygen for the first stage then it used liquid hydrogen and oxygen for the 2nd and 3rd stage. The Saturn's first stage burned 20 tons TONS of fuel each second. The Delta may be big but not the biggest.

  • LloydBonafide1
    LloydBonafide1 3 days ago

    Where can I get a gross of these bottle rockets? Is it still buy one get two free?

  • Saskatoon Sky
    Saskatoon Sky 3 days ago

    Damn! That looks like something out Star Wars!

  • book b
    book b 4 days ago

    This rocket fly directly to the ocean. No space no satellite no thing its all a hoax

  • Averageskill
    Averageskill 4 days ago

    my car gets about 25 miles per gallon...this thing uses enough fuel to fill my 40 foot, built-in swimming pool every 1/2 mile. I wonder if it has to pass smog check. prolly exempt

  • corgidog
    corgidog 4 days ago

    Seems like a bit of a waste.

  • Bob Noble
    Bob Noble 4 days ago

    Welcome to movie Magic.

  • Bob Noble
    Bob Noble 4 days ago

    Notice the curve because we are in a dome dorks.

  • Bob Noble
    Bob Noble 4 days ago

    I know what it does they are working on the Sun Simulator before it's lights out. You will find out once you look ask Germany about it.Nasa and Germany are the same thing.

  • Chris Thomassen
    Chris Thomassen 6 days ago

    where are the Chemtrail trolls? I think I see some huge chemtrails at around at 2 minuten mark, lol.

  • MrMixculture
    MrMixculture 6 days ago

    Just BULL SHIT

  • Edward Skaggs
    Edward Skaggs 7 days ago


  • mike Koz
    mike Koz 9 days ago

    We REALLY need to travel beyond the moon with a manned mission.

  • mike Koz
    mike Koz 9 days ago

    So much power.....LOVE it!!!!

  • alex cepile
    alex cepile 9 days ago

    real time visualisation :D

  • Lambda
    Lambda 9 days ago

    That dudes voice at 0:15

  • J Sae
    J Sae 10 days ago

    is it just me or does it look like it's flipping you off?

  • Hafedh Ridene
    Hafedh Ridene 10 days ago

    They give you a show for a rocket and you give them your money in return. Till when.... it’s in the hand of US citizens.
    Rocket can only push when there air behind it, no air no push. Simple. You don’t need to be genius...

    • Hafedh Ridene
      Hafedh Ridene 7 days ago

      Exactly, in a vacuum the power of fire become obsolete. That is why the altitude is limited for the flights, because with absence of air resistance, the engine will heat till explosion, unless you shutdown the engine till that you get back to the normal altitude with enough air pressure. Please investigate.

    • Stephen Bates
      Stephen Bates 7 days ago +1

      force is force, whether there is atmosphere or not. Fundamental science.

  • Senita Rogers
    Senita Rogers 11 days ago


  • Senita Rogers
    Senita Rogers 11 days ago

    I never knew it was this big.

  • bunnycrafter
    bunnycrafter 11 days ago

    awesome !!!

  • Ioannis Petroulakis
    Ioannis Petroulakis 12 days ago

    and all these...go to space and work just throw away....five years ago may was great....nowadays is sad...

  • adam vesely
    adam vesely 12 days ago

    Sounds like the world tearing if you're there

  • adam vesely
    adam vesely 12 days ago

    Look how clean the burn....I realize there is much i cannot see, but I am sure efficiency is responsible. Remember the - tremendous - amount of smoke on Apollo's launching. This was "wasted" weight resultant of poor(?) efficiency/fuel technology I s'pose....What a clean burn(comparatively) !

    • adam vesely
      adam vesely 5 days ago

      Oh. Is it drinkable even?

    • Stephen Bates
      Stephen Bates 7 days ago

      It burns cleaner because the propellant is Liquid Oxygen and Hydrogen. The exhaust is basically water vapor.

    • Lensflare Deviant
      Lensflare Deviant 8 days ago

      There wasn't a lot of smoke during apollo launches. The Shuttle SRB's were the smoke makers.

  • MeMad Max
    MeMad Max 13 days ago

    NRO = CIA....

  • Duane Hill
    Duane Hill 14 days ago

    Well i didn't see it hit that aka known dome and disintegrate like some that's been posted....OR Hell! Even the model rockets that's aka hit the dome!?!? So where's it at?????? No pink, no explosion, NO DOME!!! FLAT EARTH MY ASS. That video just mooted that b.s..

  • Theandroid Comegetmeorsomething

    All I can think of is the scene from Austin Powers the spy who shagged me

  • TiredFilms
    TiredFilms 14 days ago

    2 words Sea Dragon

  • Johnnybegood jo
    Johnnybegood jo 15 days ago

    18 000 feet per second. Wow

  • Goody Lucky
    Goody Lucky 15 days ago

    It`s a lie. Worlds Largest Rocket was Saturn-V (5).

    • TheDoubleSsymbol
      TheDoubleSsymbol 11 days ago

      no longer functional, this is the new biggest operational one

  • Aeroheath 2828
    Aeroheath 2828 16 days ago

    I don't know what to say.

  • Zorro Alphonso
    Zorro Alphonso 18 days ago

    But Delta "heavy" can't ferry living things to orbit. USA had to beg Russia to carry its crew to the space station on the legendary Soyouz, which can trace back its direct lineage to rocket technology of the 50's!
    Besides, Delta "heavy" is puny in thrust comparison with Russian Energia and US space shuttle.

    • Stephen Bates
      Stephen Bates 7 days ago

      That's the big problem with the Delta IV. To man rate it ULA would have to make something like 200 changes. It's just not cost effective to overhaul it. They're focusing on the Atlas V in order to carry Starliner.

  • TRAILBLAZERKING E63s AMG, Alfa Romano 4c

    To Honestly Think that There's people on youtube who actually believe the earth is "Flat" with a "Dome" above us all .
    CRAZIER THE THEORY BIGGER THE MONEY off Google Adds revenues.

  • Kieran Mullen
    Kieran Mullen 24 days ago

    Most footage was an animation?

  • 1000fantomas
    1000fantomas 24 days ago

    its like normal plane and will land in ocean. thats why they not showing you real video but animation. don't be a doofus

  • Rob H.
    Rob H. 26 days ago

    So awesome! So, did you recover the first stage?

    • Stephen Bates
      Stephen Bates 7 days ago

      All of ULA's rockets are expendable. However the Vulcan will have a recoverable first stage.

  • Gf
    Gf 29 days ago

    dunno why but that close up looks fake

  • Allen Lichner
    Allen Lichner Month ago

    America kicks ass

  • andrewquigley18
    andrewquigley18 Month ago

    I that's going up lol how thick are folks my word

  • TheFsandt
    TheFsandt Month ago

    First there are dens clouds and then there is a clear view of the rocket following....

  • Matt Stumblovski
    Matt Stumblovski Month ago

    Fuck off all these "top secret payloads", get a life you Illuminazi shmucks

  • MikeVonDoom
    MikeVonDoom Month ago

    No telemetry nowadays is just inexcusable!

  • MikeVonDoom
    MikeVonDoom Month ago

    What kind of combustion was on this rocket? Those engines looked like they were running afterburners like turbojets, with the diamond shock rings! And no vapor at all at the beginning of the lift off!!!

    • Stephen Bates
      Stephen Bates 7 days ago

      Liquid Oxygen and Hydrogen, Just like the Space Shuttle SSME's

  • Learn From Us 1
    Learn From Us 1 Month ago +1

    National Reconnaissance office, in other worlds another spy satellite to spy on Americans and/or their allies.

    • LloydBonafide1
      LloydBonafide1 3 days ago

      Learn From Us 1 if it keeps the USA safe I don't care if they launch twizzlers

  • moreno franco
    moreno franco Month ago

    I wish I was there....

  • Brian Paulk
    Brian Paulk Month ago

    Why do they just throw away the three 1st stages into the ocean? Do they get fined for their trash?

  • naman dutta
    naman dutta Month ago

    Come learn from ISRO

  • naman dutta
    naman dutta Month ago

    Not worth it.

  • Michael Michalak
    Michael Michalak Month ago

    What the hell this is a cartoon

    • TheDoubleSsymbol
      TheDoubleSsymbol 9 days ago

      The ship carried a top secret satellite and if they were to show where it was going, then other countries would worry that they would be spied on.

    • Michael Michalak
      Michael Michalak 10 days ago

      They couldent because its fake

    • TheDoubleSsymbol
      TheDoubleSsymbol 11 days ago

      It was a top secret mission so they couldn't but any cameras on it

  • Hannah Kleingeld
    Hannah Kleingeld Month ago


  • Sinister Snacklepuss

    Is this not Vanderberg? There should be rocket cams on the nose facing up as a standard on these: That would awesome to see:

  • Odysseus Rex
    Odysseus Rex Month ago +1

    The world's largest rocket, for another sixty days or so.

  • michael granger
    michael granger Month ago +1

    The Saturn V will always be king of the hill for rockets. Three liquid fuel engines with 7 1/2 million pounds of thrust total.

  • Nasser Alhameli
    Nasser Alhameli Month ago

    Also this one?! No one camera on the rocket that would cast nearly $500 million?!

  • Greeneyes3005
    Greeneyes3005 Month ago

    What happened at the ‘133’ mark? an edit?

  • galáxias do universo

    Muito foda esse lançamento

  • Johnny AppleStead
    Johnny AppleStead Month ago

    FACT: NO continuous, unedited video exists, of any and all rockets going to space , showing one continuous camera shot. ALL video found is EDITED!!!
    FACT: No video exists showing a rocket going into space. ALL rocket videos ALWAYS shows the rockets arcing back down towards Earth!!! Not going into space!
    FACT: ALL rocket videos NEVER show a forward facing camera!!!
    FACT: Thrust can NOT be produced where there is NO atmosphere!!! To believe otherwise, would be going against the laws of physics. NASA's explanation for this is truly laughable.

    • JC
      JC Hour ago

      Johnny... poor guy... talks in caps calling everyone an idiot... you just dont believe the proof so there is no reality to you.... anyways, as that guy said, feeding good data to a faulty system will produce only faulty results... lets all just wait together until you have your needed proof with enough pictures from space when commercial spaceflight is available and then lets see you kill yourself from a bridge because these things you believed all these years are fake and your precious little god didnt create your special little flat plate where the most important people in the universe are sitting waiting to go to heaven :(

    • LloydBonafide1
      LloydBonafide1 2 days ago

      Johnny AppleStead why are there no camera shots from the edge of the flat Earth?

    • LloydBonafide1
      LloydBonafide1 2 days ago

      Johnny AppleStead you can't be more than 12 years old

    • Johnny AppleStead
      Johnny AppleStead 2 days ago

      LloydBonafide1 - You have absolutely NOTHING to support a globe model, yet YOU still believe in it, without any proof whatsoever, AND, you say flat Earthers can't be reasoned with??? You prove your own retardedness with your own statement. HA-HA-HA-HA-HA! What an embecile! What an intellectual LOSER!!!

    • Johnny AppleStead
      Johnny AppleStead 2 days ago

      TheDoubleSsymbol - A flight from London to New York.
      You'd better get your ruler out to put on the screen. Flat, flat flat!!!

  • Foreign Nation
    Foreign Nation Month ago

    Just to think that pretty soon this rocket will be outdated by spacex

  • Andrew Hostiuck
    Andrew Hostiuck Month ago


  • kyle wolfe
    kyle wolfe Month ago

    excuse me, but isn't that Russian design?

  • Kim Land
    Kim Land Month ago

    At the customer's request they are concluding the live show? Geez having a camera on doesn't cost THAT much, I should have just asked someone to LIVE film it for free!

    • Lensflare Deviant
      Lensflare Deviant 8 days ago

      NRO.. that's a customer that doesn't like people watching what they do.. They like to be the ones peeping.

  • M.J
    M.J Month ago +1

    It's a penis..

  • pgapronj1
    pgapronj1 Month ago

    Fart-Head Maximus!..... Ha ha ha💨💩

  • pgapronj1
    pgapronj1 Month ago

    297 👎 ?... ho a dumAss now?... ( Fart-head )

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  • massivmojo
    massivmojo Month ago

    Come on guys, clearly this is fake, Just look at it, you can see the zipper.

  • Gonzalo Atencio
    Gonzalo Atencio 2 months ago

    wtf? the realtime video cuts and then a cheap graphics vide shows? wtf that is a cheap version of flash gordon movie hahah I cant belive anyone would fall for that crap../.. do some reaserch boys !!! REASERCH FLAT EARTH.

    • Stephen Bates
      Stephen Bates 7 days ago

      All national security launches lack continuous video because the payload is classified.

    • Joe Alesi
      Joe Alesi Month ago +1

      Are you kidding me? It's a top secret satellite.... Did you really think they were going to keep the live camera view going? There are plenty of other videos showing things going into space. How, in this day and age, people like you can actually believe that the earth is flat astonishes me.

  • Ateninetoo Si-mono
    Ateninetoo Si-mono 2 months ago

    wonder what the payload is...would love to see it...know its secret, that just makes me wanna know more....

  • Google User
    Google User 2 months ago +1

    fuck your secret cargo.

  • Graham Kyhl
    Graham Kyhl 2 months ago +4

    Falcon Heavy > Delta IV heavy.

    • Russell S
      Russell S 9 days ago

      Fair enough. The FH static firing could come as early as today. And on launch day, we'll all be out there watching and hoping for the best... : ]

    • Graham Kyhl
      Graham Kyhl 10 days ago +1

      True, but when the Falcon Heavy does launch, it will be able to carry twice the payload for less than 1/4 the cost. Yeah, the comment was a little early, but I'm just super excited for Falcon Heavy.

    • Russell S
      Russell S 10 days ago

      Hey Graham. You are counting your poultry before it clucks. Maybe next month...?

  • Malard Duck
    Malard Duck 2 months ago

    Make it in KSP

  • Beverly Love
    Beverly Love 2 months ago +1

    fake fake fake

  • xellossaxon
    xellossaxon 2 months ago +1

    Lol all them crooked American units instead of using the superior metric system

    • xellossaxon
      xellossaxon 28 days ago

      Since the US is one of three countries not using the metric system it is American units now. Very much so.

    • bcdhifi
      bcdhifi 28 days ago

      Ummm we use English units no such thing as American units.

  • Asrat Mengesha
    Asrat Mengesha 2 months ago

    Does it go up to space up to 4000 km? what is the distance of the sun from earth?how did they measure it?thanks.

  • dataValis OFFICIAL
    dataValis OFFICIAL 2 months ago

    Delta Heavy is not just a rocket, he is also a Dubstep Producer, what a genious this rocket is

  • flamencoprof
    flamencoprof 2 months ago

    I love that crackling sound.

  • don steph
    don steph 2 months ago

    why does it look fake

    • bcdhifi
      bcdhifi 28 days ago

      Because you don't know the difference.

  • Юрий
    Юрий 2 months ago

    The most powerful and heavy missile is the RN Energia of the Soviet Union. The starting mass is 2400 tons.

  • JungleYT
    JungleYT 2 months ago +1

    This is Big D*ck stuff... Nice!

  • Leopoldo888
    Leopoldo888 3 months ago

    And where is the video of the first stages returning to earth?
    Just kidding.

  • TheFsandt
    TheFsandt 3 months ago

    And after 2:55 it is already descending

    • Joe Alesi
      Joe Alesi Month ago +1

      Ummmm... No, it's not. Go and learn about perspective and viewing angles.

  • gsxr 1000
    gsxr 1000 3 months ago

    I've just checked the handbook, and my Honda has slightly more power

  • Shaka Khan
    Shaka Khan 3 months ago +1

    If you watch videos on rocket launches, you will see that they go straight up but once they get to a certain area they turn. Do your research!!! Don't be fooled!

    • Slartybarfast B
      Slartybarfast B 25 days ago +1

      Buy a globe or basketball, tennis ball, etc. If you want something to orbit that ball you would never go straight up to do that. Use your finger and move your finger tip around the ball just above the surface. Your finger tip represents a satellite. It must start from the surface, 'launch' to a height just above the surface and accelerate to a high velocity. If you move your finger straight up from the surface you will have acheived escape velocity and your finger will continue up forever; if you want to orbit, you must move your finger around the ball. Now close one eye and place it near the 'launch' site. 'Launch' your finger around the ball again and observe how it must pass behind the horizon before rising again from behind the opposite horizon. Also, as a side note, there is no up or down in space. Everything is relative. Is the sun up at night? No it is down for you, but up for Asia.

    • Joe Alesi
      Joe Alesi Month ago +3

      Actually, they don't ever go straight up, they all begin to curve because in order to go into orbit they have to have more than just vertical movement. Going straight up will result in coming straight back down. It is the angular momentum coupled with the downward movement of gravity that causes things to orbit. Do your research!!! Don't be a fool!

  • Brian Barker
    Brian Barker 3 months ago +1


  • Croatian Master
    Croatian Master 3 months ago

    What a bullshit !!

  • carl sargent
    carl sargent 3 months ago


  • frank facts
    frank facts 3 months ago

    one minute it's showing heavy cloud cover - next it's showing perfect clear shots against black. who they think they're shiting

    • Russell S
      Russell S 8 days ago

      Gotta know central FL weather. Lots of clouds; lots of blue sky. Multiple camera angles keep you in touch.

  • Shiva Kumar
    Shiva Kumar 3 months ago

    why it didnt make lot of smoke like other rockets after liftoff?

    • Joe Alesi
      Joe Alesi Month ago

      Because this does not use solid propellant, but instead uses only cryogenic fuels, namely hydrogen and oxygen, which burn with an almost invisible flame and produce only water vapor as the combustion product. Being a clean fuel means almost no soot or other combustion by-products to cause the smoke.

  • garagiste
    garagiste 3 months ago

    Чуть не сгорела на самом старте

  • willie willaims
    willie willaims 3 months ago

    American ingenuity at its beast

  • Pinkie Love
    Pinkie Love 3 months ago

    why does the rocket always look like its moving so slow

    • Stephen Bates
      Stephen Bates 7 days ago

      Because the long range cameras zoom in on the rocket, so without anything else to compare it to, it doesn't necessarily look like it's moving very fast.

  • Maximus Huynh-Pham
    Maximus Huynh-Pham 3 months ago

    Damn, New KSP update looks good

  • Thattrollman
    Thattrollman 3 months ago

    Rip speakers

  • Mack M
    Mack M 3 months ago

    WOW... the HD video.. is stunning...

  • Norman Maletta
    Norman Maletta 3 months ago

    Shill stoppers u r absolutely correct that shit went to cgi after so called engine cutoff nasa "never a straight answer"

  • Daniel DeVito
    Daniel DeVito 3 months ago

    It looks like it's going super slow at the beginning

  • 1720cox
    1720cox 3 months ago +3

    Them engines burn too clean. Get rid of the catalytic converters on them and install F-1 Saturn V engines. There's nothing like seeing and hearing dirty, powerful rockets - the kind that leaves a thousand foot+ flame and smoke trail to remind everyone of what hell on earth looks like. Every time they send up a rocket, it should to make a "statement".

    • Russell S
      Russell S 10 days ago +1

      Actually, clean burning engines like those on D4H make it easy to see when the vehicle goes supersonic in flight (shock waves, enormously long water vapor contrail, etc. ) Happens at 2:04 in this video and the commentator calls it (and Max Q) perfectly. No matter how many times I watch, it always gives goosebumps!

    • Chur
      Chur 20 days ago +1

      lmfao fuck up