An expensive fire works show.
Yet in 1969 we landed a man on the moon (supposedly)
Jeez…. USA’s brightest nerds couldn’t replicate the successful rocket
launches that took us to the moon in 1969!!!
you can see pieces falling off and some discharge of smoke or fuel 0:44 to
0:46 and then boom
I am just wondering what was released in our atmosphere with this
I’m glad my government steals from me in taxes and wastes it on projects
well… okay then. sh*t happens, right? build another one. yes, it’s
expensive, but if you’re not down to lose a few rockets, you should
probably get out of rocketry. like cdr. kelly (who is *on* the space
station right now) said when he watched this, “space is hard.”
Rocketry is dangerous and failures are common… this is not surprising,
and it certainly does not disprove the 1969 moon landing.
This comment section is full of morons.
Planned event. Anybody else note the complete lack of emotion and surprise
,in his voice, at this explosion.
This is what happens when the Federal Government is Broke. They can’t even
launch a routine basic rocket into the air.
This is the consequence of de-industrialization of the United States
US aerospace industry is about to collapse
With all the advances made in technology we still launch rockets that fail
– NASA should probably update their methods or at least use the alien
technology their hiding
We deserve better than this !!! and paying Russia to Launch our Personnel
and supplies isn’t the Answer !!! This is probably better than our ICBMs
would do if we actually needed them !!!! STOP THE BS Its time to show
the WORLD some of the ADVANCED TECNOLOGY WE ALREADY HAVE AND ARE HIDING
FROM THE PUBLIC !!!!!!
This is what happens when you take number 9 in counting.
Check out this video on YouTube:
In fifty years many things could have been achieved at least; self
contained clusters of space stations on the moon and its vicinity, growing
food in green houses, launch stations in low gravity, laboratories, jungles
of solar panels, communication, deep space telescopes, military
purposes,etc plus a small resort for 100 millions a person to finance
everything with surplus. On a second though, forget about all of that, how
about three tiny cameras stationed nearby the Apollo landing zone with
live feed to a web page!!!
SpaceX rocket explodes after launch
It was unmanned, and astronauts aboard the International Space Station
still have 4 months of supplies. But it’s the third failed cargo mission to
ISS in 8 months.
The “anomoly” occurs at about 0:51.
It appears to me that something bad happened with the upper stages, rather
than a problem with the first stage itself.
This is the third failure in a row. Catastrophic explosion and perhaps we
need to think about this long and hard. The THIRD in a row in around 8 or
nine months! That is a high failure rate. Are we prepared to send our
people up in a rocket during a manned mission? I can’t stand the thought
of losing more astronauts (Columbia/Challenger shuttle disasters) and even
though this is an entirely different program, I can’t get that thought of 3
failures in a row out of my mind.
8th Failure.. Wonder how much that cost us and went up in SMOKE!..
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