Musk said "SpaceX's OLM is the most complex, not easy to build", can it hold SuperHeavy Static Fire?

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Musk said “SpaceX’s OLM is the most complex, not easy to build”, can it hold SuperHeavy Static Fire?

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Elon Musk “SpaceX’s OLM is the Genius Design of complex ever made” that you’ve never seen before!
The long-awaited test flight of SpaceX’s Starship is closer than ever as the FAA finally green-light Starbase!
For now, there are a lot of things that SpaceX needs to get done quickly to get ready for its landmark flight.
And of course, the company can’t skip stage zero either!!!
In addition to the main characters as the launch tower, don’t forget another vital element, the Orbital Launch Mount.
With a rather unique design, “Orbital Launch Mount” is likened to a real genius design of Boca Chica.
So, how does SpaceX construct the structure?
And what does it mean for Starship?
All this and more in today’s episode of Great SpaceX!

Let’s start at the beginning by learning what the orbital launch mount is!
Basically, the launch mount is a metal structure that supports the upright rocket before it launches. It is a component of a typical launch pad. Umbilical cables from the launch mount provide the rocket with power, cooling liquids, and top-up propellant before launch. The structure also helps shield the rocket from lightning strikes.
Musk said “SpaceX’s OLM is the most complex, not easy to build”, can it hold SuperHeavy Static Fire?
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  1. We're lucky to have SpaceX. China is doing much in rockets. Without SpaceX we'd just have these old expensive companies with their 1960s rockets. … Was the Apollo Lunar lander on the moon a time machine!? Some audio questions were answered in 0.9 of a second in official NASA tapes. That's nearly 3 times the speed of light. 2.7 seconds to-from the moon is required (without time-travel). Some NASA questions were answered by moon astronauts 0.9, 1.0 and 1.1 seconds between question and answer. In official NASA tapes. The Lunar LEM was 3 sheets of kitchen aluminum foil thick. Yet a 10,000 lb rocket did not tear it to pieces. Grissom, 2 weeks before he died in Apollo 1 fire said the Lunar LEM was unsafe. "Staples and taped aluminum foil." Look closely at official hi-def pics of the LEM sitting on the moon. You can see admitted "Scotch tape" holding on exterior panels. NASA admits using Scotch tape! It saved weight. Temperatures of 250 heat on the moon, but Scotch taped. (Odysee com search Lunar lander or American Moon). Every country was given a moon rock. The Netherlands tested theirs, it was petrified wood. From earth. Von Braun, NAZI head of moon mission would leave at busiest times to collect meteorites in the Antarctic. Antarctica was once a forest, petrified wood "rocks" are found there to this day along with meteorites, visible in the white snow. Why did we silently retire the Apollo Saturn 5, 3-man F-1, strongest rocket every built, after complete success of moon landings? We beg Russia for their less powerful rockets. No F-1 failures, 65 times proved, 13 flights. 100% successful, most weight lifted, most distance, 250,000 miles. All other rockets lift less and mostly to 300 miles. The F-1 was promised to take us to Mars by 1985. It was quietly retired, even the blueprints lost. After complete success and reliability to the moon! For 60 years, we use old Mercury (1-man) and Gemini (2-man) Titan and Atlas rockets, upgraded. The 1950s Apollo upper stage J-2 is the Centaur. And we beg the Russians for their old 1950s rockets stronger than the Gemini, but weaker than the Apollo F-1 that took us to the moon. All other 1960s rockets are still used in America and Russia. Strong Apollo F-1 forgotten! Why? We put a lot of mass into space. We need every good rocket we have. And the F-1 was our BEST! After silent 15 years wait replaced by the Shuttle. A weak hydrogen burning rocket with solid rocket boosters (SRBs). Half a generation wait. Why? We had fully developed in 7 years, the 100% reliable, proved, most powerful F-1 that could have lifted SIX TIMES the weight. The Shuttle, 75% the weight of Apollo, but could only lift 1/6th the weight and up only 200 miles (at 3 times the cost per launch). Apollo, lifted 6 times the weight, 250,000 miles! Fastest, farthest of any rocket EVER! Both Shuttle explosions, 14 people dead from external fuel tanks and solid fuel boosters would have been prevented using the Apollo F-1s to lift the Shuttle! I've worked a government office. They keep everything! In 5 copies! The 5th, last goes to a special place; it can NEVER be lost! But all F-1 blueprints are missing. Gone! If an alien UFO landed we would take it apart and reverse engineer it. Why 60 years, we have not reverse engineered the perfect record, strongest ever F-1s still in museums? They are easily X-rayed and copied and are mostly plumbing. No. We beg Russians for their weaker than the F-1 rockets! The original tapes from the moon landings are gone! We keep the original Constitution and a bell that cracked in 1776 Philadelphia, but not record of America and human's historic first trip to the moon! Nor blueprints to the strongest rocket ever built. James Webb, the head of NASA resigned DAYS before the 1st mission to the moon. Why? Neil Armstrong resigned and was silent all his life. Why? He was shy? Who cares, that was his job! To be the triumphant first on the moon, voice of all of us. His anniversary words, "Much that is left undone", "protected by truth's protective layers." Who talks that way? He's admitting their shame. And sham. Human eyes see flashes in space. Film does not work beyond earth orbit. Both eyes and film see spots and cloudy patches from X-rays, Cosmic rays and the massive radiation of the Van Allen belts. There was NO thick lead around the moon camera. Nor lead lens! Nor around the film, going through the Van Allen belts twice! The film from the moon is perfect, spotless! As though made in Hollywood. The camera on the moon was aluminum. No insulation! It had no electric heater. -250 temperatures would have cracked and broken the plastic film as it moved through the camera. If it could even move in a frozen camera. In sunlight, +250 temperatures would have melted the plastic film inside. The LEM has bright red hypergolic fire and smoke. The same SpaceX uses and Soviet thrusters maneuvering toward the Space Station. Always the flames are visible! You've seen them. Also look at the test films showing massive billowing dark red clouds from it. But on rise from the moon, the video shows no exhaust fire or smoke, not deep red, none. And no LEM thrusters fire as it rotates and aligns to join with the command module above the moon. You must have thruster fire right when the LEM moves left, but none! LEM landing pads in pictures on the moon have no dust in them. There are not even scorch marks under any LEM in moon pics. No craters either. Though the massive 10,000 lb rocket exhaust would have thrown dust into the pads. And at least left fire scorch marks. The LEMs were noisy. The engine more powerful than a jet, inside the LEM with the 2 astronauts. Engine and astronauts separated by thin sheets of aluminum foil. NASA officially says the LEM was 3 sheets of kitchen aluminum foil thick. 12/1000th of an inch. NASA says it was so thin, "You could put your fingers through it." That engine roars and massively vibrates! They couldn't even hear themselves. Yet you never hear anything in their calm, quiet words "from the moon." 1969 was the PEAK sun activity of that 11 year cycle, that could kill people in space. The WORST time to send astronauts! (Protected by 3 sheets of aluminum foil). And one Apollo, the landing site was in the dark when they were scheduled to land. You can check the charts. The LEM cannot land in the dark! And their rules forbade it! Because it would crash in the dark! NASA always checked these details and timed launches to be exactly correct for a landing in the light. Fra Mauro, the landing site was completely in the dark at the scheduled landing time of Apollo 13! They knew they could not land! Before the launch! The sun/moon charts don't lie! Check them. Apollo 13 was totally faked! Another moon trip, video inside Apollo, when supposedly near the moon showed a full big blue earth through the window. That video is labeled by NASA, "Not for Public Showing." But was released. No Apollo moon mission ever left earth orbit! Grandpa lied! Nixon. Nazi Von Braun. 1960s American government. Vietnam. JFK killed by a magic bullet. The moon landings. CIA bs around the world. And more! Youtube hides it, but O d y s e e. com shows much evidence. Search Lunar lander. Or, 'American Moon (English)'. And while we SIT, Communist Chinese with Russians may be the TRUE first human beings to walk on the moon.

  2. You’re using some out of data animations, for example boosters with legs. Some of the animations are up to date. Using both is confusing and misleading.

  3. Great vid. Water is definitely water sound and vibration suppression. I live about 100 miles from the Cape and vividly remember the first shuttle launch without it. It broke windows all over Central Florida and even a few near my neighborhood. It shook the hell out of our house. It's insane how that power translates in the physical world.

  4. So much click bait, continually circling the same information over and over and over, I un-subscribed from your other page SPACE X FANS and now i will do the same here.
    God i miss Engineering today.

  5. Speculating has never brought us anywhere. Sure, afterwards, tiny voices pop-up, saying "I told you so", but we'll always have to wait until things get reveiled. So, no use in speculating. It's fun, sure, but it doesn't serve anything.

  6. It;s only genius if it works!.. we haven't seen it work yet. All those little clever components could melt.

  7. Haven't heard SpaceX or any of the "concept" illustrator's describe or explain the Starship landing or launch systems/requirements for the First to land and launch from Mars. Everyone has said the Launch Integration Tower (or OLT) exists, in part, because Starship hasn't any landing legs, and must be "caught". Starships gonna need Some way of landing on Mars for the first time.

  8. 4:00 Those plates and bolts are for alignment. How else are you gonna be sure all those threaded anchors are aligned and square while they cure in the concrete? Makes perfect sense to me. I've done the same thing on a smaller scale with plywood and j-bolts. Nice narration, clear narration.

  9. The "wings" (they're called grid fins) will not fold down. They are fixed outward, and will be extended the entire flight. They will only rotate slightly during decent to guide the booster back to mechazilla.

  10. The OLM for SLS was budgeted for 383 mil, the contractor Bechtel said it cant be built for this price It underbid the cost and its a cost price contract which means NASA is stuck for the expenses Estimated cost is now 1.2 bil , 4 X the original cost

  11. Brah! I love your channel, but you gotta get updated information. First, they’re not called “wings”. It’s called “grid fins”. Second, on starship, they don’t fold down.

  12. Why not fill the rods with heavy water and then let that be used to control the flame at first slowly drain top to bottom would save a lot of time and would allow lots of the parts to be integrated into the mount

  13. He doesn’t get paid cost + % so he gets rewarded for making things lower cost unlike Boeing and Lockheed and then we pay the bill

  14. Did you get the content for this video from like a year ago? I thought I was watching an old video.

  15. You say "this will" a lot, like the table isn't already put together and has had super heavy stacked on it twice.