SpaceX launches German military satellite, lands booster in California

SpaceX launched the German military satellite SARah-1 on June 18, 2022 from Vandenberg Space Force Base in California. The Falcon 9 rocket’s first stage touched down at Vandenberg about nine minutes after liftoff. Full Story:

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  1. I am sorry Elon musk ,but I am not able to work with you because because an new law is coming: baccalaureate general C and D can't be hired with other baccalaureate in world but we are able to employ you because you adamical tests were under. Beautifull rocket. Some french Colleges in USA want their revanche too. Regards .On french market, your price is about 3000 monthes (with your experience as boss added because it is less otherwise: 200 dollars more) with engineer diploma with your studies at Pretoria and later in USA. Nice launch. Would you pass test of an C or D baccalaureate with an correction of competing colleges as in France? it's hard for an past boss becaus eteacheres are laughing them. I kenw this already with even wrong corrections . 3000 by heard pages to learn in many field with all written and abour 1000 physics maths Chemical biology exercices to prepare baccalaureate till philosophia at written. Make an probe! Launch you on C and D baccalaureate from 18 years old school boys girls! Let's go for it! Regards.

  2. Yeah …more military crap in space..nice one space X…making the world a safer place I see..anything for $$$$ we know space x is a government/military have put more military crap in space then the ordinary person. ya goofy m8te from Australia

  3. I enjoy SpaceX so much more than NASA now. Something about the amount of flights along with technology they have. Makes it so much more interesting. I now have a renewed interest like I had when Shuttle launched

  4. Great job. Elon's crews gaining plenty of experience instead of just learning from mistakes. Keep going.

  5. Elon should stop doing business in California taxes are too high and environmental regulations up the ass.

  6. Amazing so clever I am a 75 year old Brit have always been fascinated by the space thing I was 22 when the moon landings started but the SpaceX is equally wonderful

  7. Rocket engines for space travel are just stupid stuff of the past.

    No need to accelerate any mass faster if not lost for endless drive of space ship.

    Epxcuse me but you all talk talk talk about other stuff if realistic makeable endless drive for flight on earh or in space near speed of light described.

    Two Hg ring accelerators in opposite directions shooting out in same direction on opposites into tubes with water for linear slow down not loosing any Hg with energy from fusion or Li-7 Th HTR with CO2 turbine cycle.
    With 1g+ earth acceleration upwards it can stand in air or go slowy up into outer space after less 1 year near speed c.

    Linear slow down of Hg beams accelerated in rings for space ship acceleration also possible with electro magnets causing induction electicity for e-magnets any reactor energy added like for NASA Li-7 moderated and cooled thorium breeder HTR in combination with thermal isolatable CO2 compressor backflow cooled turbine cycle that way no heat to radiate.pp

  8. Another landing bugs bunny style, I am waiting for the long ladder to come out and the little Martian to come out. This is next level, thank you space x,. You guys rock it.

  9. So they launch starlink yesterday, then today they launch the german satellite. Amazing!

  10. Goes to show how NASA is a cash cow and have lost their way. Elon is the man and NASA can't get a man on the moon anymore. Thats pretty sad. SpaceX is awesome. Great job guys and gals.

  11. One of first cold fusions was already made 1940 shooting deuterium with cyclotron into uranium-238 (d, 2n) reaction to Np ß- to Pu-238 but also possible shooting into water (gel or ice) for D-D or D-H fusion or shooting of Hg into water (D2O) for Hg D-D punsh fusion and Hg n-spallation from collision with O etc. for Hg-197 epsilon decay gold.

    Energy surplus possible from fusion shooting protons or big nucleoses into water not loosing accelerator energy also later heat in water for CO2 compressor backflow cooled isolated turbines etc.

    Endless drive for earth and outer space lesa 1 year near c with 1g+ earth accekeration.

    Two Hg ring accelearators in opposite directions shooting out in same direction on opposites into tubes with water for linear slow down not loosing any Hg with energy from fusion or Li-7 Th HTR with CO2 turbine cycle.

  12. I never get tired of watching these landings. When I was a kid watching space movies they would always land exactly how space x does it. Can’t believe it took Elon to do it and not nasa.

  13. It's kinda scary how good they got it down now. I wonder if that's gonna take away from any future aspiring rocket scientists bc nobody can come close to this

  14. Are we sure we want to launch military equipement for other country ? 😅 it could become ironic pretty quick 🤣

  15. This never gets tiring. I rarely missed a Shuttle mission in the 80s as a teen. These, SpaceX, is next level.