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Today we have a bursting tank, new plans submitted for the massive SpaceX development facility at the cape, and some SpaceX Mechazilla Action. We had some amazing shots from the Starlink mission that were quite unique, a Russian EVA at the international space station, footage of the staggering Tonga Volcano Eruption from space, and the largest rocket engine ever developed in Australia with Gilmour Space. Yep. You heard that right. Australia is finally making an orbital class rocket.

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Marcus House 25/01/2022 - 6:32 Chiều

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mahirap vlog 25/01/2022 - 6:32 Chiều

thanks for sharing

rifz42 25/01/2022 - 6:32 Chiều

I wonder if they plan to put teslabots on the first unmanned moom mission..

Dangermouse 25/01/2022 - 6:32 Chiều

18:16 Looks like my fellow Queenslanders have a bit of work to go after blowing off part of the nozzle

Raydio FPV 25/01/2022 - 6:32 Chiều

Wonder if they could simulate the catch using a starship mock-up and cranes 🏗

Terry Florence 25/01/2022 - 6:32 Chiều


ThePocketMedic 25/01/2022 - 6:32 Chiều

Looks like the Australians have perfected the variable geometry rocket nozzle =D

David Catanach 25/01/2022 - 6:32 Chiều

I wonder if the wire rope manufacturers have squirrelled away somewhere some ‘fail’ metallurgic recipes for the rope that had too much stretch/springiness/dampening characteristic’s?

esnevip 25/01/2022 - 6:32 Chiều

Wait, what if the booster is caught slightly askew?

Those latches at the bottom might not line up, is there some way to rotate the booster or the ring under it?

Seems like a big if.

Dowsett 25/01/2022 - 6:32 Chiều

They are going to need every they got; in getting away from the people.
Once the real reason why covid happened is brought to light.

Sitting Duc 25/01/2022 - 6:32 Chiều

21:00 "it is time for Australia to start catching up". Nah mate, stay home and just watch NZ do it better 😛 🇳🇿
Nice video, good luck with the whole "firey-end-down, pointy-end-up" part of space-flight; will be interesting to see what West Islanders can come up with.

redtails 25/01/2022 - 6:32 Chiều

I really don't understand why so many different companies / agencies are seemingly re-inventing rockets and rocket engines all the time, while claiming to all be collaborating. What gives?

MCRuCr 25/01/2022 - 6:32 Chiều

8:11 that acceleration is way too fast. When rockets begin their ascent their tanks are full and they can barely lift themselves, then when tanks get empty the real acceleration kicks in.
Watch how slowly F9 takes off in the first 10 seconds and Starship will be even slower.
With a T/W of 1.5 and a 140m high tower, it will take roughly sqrt(2*140m / (0.5*9.8m/s^2)) = 7.5 seconds for the bottom of SH to pass the tip of the tower.

Also why is SH animated with tempering colors near the engines? Remember there is liquid ( very cold) oxygen in the tanks

Alberto Girardi 25/01/2022 - 6:32 Chiều

My connection in download is as good as the ISS one. Should I be happy about it?

OldGamerNoob 25/01/2022 - 6:32 Chiều

If the idea is to mount a payload on that test pad before stacking, the Starship dry mass PLUS max payload mass could get significantly greater than the booster dry mass.
I hope the chopsticks have been designed with this in mind, and not just the empty booster as the heaviest expected load.

Lord Dorker 25/01/2022 - 6:32 Chiều

Though experiment, space x huge building, hurricane.

Axel Anders 25/01/2022 - 6:32 Chiều

With the reality of rising sea levels, I wonder how it makes sense to invest in such a large facility at the cape?

Jayson Black 25/01/2022 - 6:32 Chiều

dafuq, ISS cant get Starlink? ohhh too bd :/

Jayson Black 25/01/2022 - 6:32 Chiều

congrats. ISS can now watch Netflix, and youtube but they still cant live stream non stop the live video at FHD 1080

Jayson Black 25/01/2022 - 6:32 Chiều

yay, ISS persons now have internet comparable with the Australian NBN. Especially with regards to uploads speed. Perhaps Australia is in space and we somehow never noticed :/

Florencio Vela 25/01/2022 - 6:32 Chiều

love your show & spacex. We traveled to Boca Chica to the the starshing get built. & we got the S dual motor fsd last Christmas 🎄 😎 still have the cybertruck tri motor or 4 motor fsd on order, i got lots of solar & backup battery system to charge them both. love tsla stock

Franck Dervaux 25/01/2022 - 6:32 Chiều

One question is bothering me: how can the pins that will be used on Starship to stack it over the booster, survive the atmospheric reentry? They don't appear to be retractable and they appear to be right in the place where the plasma will flow from the forward flaps…

Richardz 25/01/2022 - 6:32 Chiều

Wow !, Better net on the space station than many Aussies have with the NBN.

Nerdy Tech 25/01/2022 - 6:32 Chiều

where about in tassie are you. we should meetup. i got bikes to play with.

Yoda63 25/01/2022 - 6:32 Chiều

Isn’t “orbital class” a term spacex coined to refer to boosters from orbital rockets that don’t themselves reach orbit? I’m pretty sure they never said “orbital class rocket” only ever “orbital class booster”


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