Artemis 1 Problems and New Launch Timeline + SpaceX News

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The Starship system is a fully reusable, two‑stage‑to‑orbit super heavy‑lift launch vehicle under development by SpaceX. The system is composed of a booster stage named Super Heavy and a second stage, also called “Starship”


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  1. I was with you on everything except saying the YouTube algorithm is going to help me out more than it does creators.

    I think any and all rational thinking people will recognize the algorithm is NOT designed to help watchers of YouTube.

    It is created for advertisers and YouTube. If it was for the benefit of viewers, it would be open source, opt-in, and configurable by the user….not forced, secret, with no customization that has any appreciable benefit to users.

  2. I really like your thorough and non-biased way of making information. Your voice is real and not an artificial voice, and your tempo is moderate. Just as I like it. Thank you!

  3. If they have to replace ALL the hydrogen line seals, it seems to me that either they don't know which one is causing them problems, or they all are. Either way, this is not very confidence inspiring. If they launch this month no one will be as surprised as I will!

  4. Question 🙋‍♂️, why is nasa sending unmanned craft to the moon when we were doing it so easy 50 odd years ago with men , seems very backwards

  5. I don't think nasa will ever lunch again. They have become far too political. Sorry and what a waste of taxpayer money

  6. Hi space news pod thanks for your update on the future of the space industry some great 👍 things going on there thanks 🙏🚀🇬🇧❤️👍

  7. I'm almost as bummed out about the NASA MISSION as I am about the Toronto Maple Leafs Hockey Franchise. That my friends is pretty bummed out!

  8. Im starting an SLS pool. $5 per ticket. Winner is the closest actual launch date/time and return date/time.


  9. This things going to blow up if they ever gets it off the ground, or have to be retired from refueling safety limits from all the scrubs.

  10. If the "launch window" is only 90-120 minutes, I'm guessing the vehicle margin for error or safety margin is VERY slim. What's up with that? Does the moon just walk about the neighborhood? I would assume they know where it will be at any given time over the next several years why can't they hit it if they launch outside one of those very narrow time periods?

  11. Starlink is important for triggering the Kessler syndrome. And when that happens, the worshippers of Elon Musk will continue to worship him as mindlessly as ever…

  12. So many things that belong in museums… okay, they’re younger than I am but so is every Apollo capsule…

  13. 3 tries and they can't even get the thing fueled up.
    There are thousands more points of failure to get past after they get it full of fuel before they can launch.