SLS Green Run Hot Fire Test #2 and Super Heavy Booster Stacking

NASA is set to hot fire the core stage of the Space Launch System (SLS) rocket from the Stennis Space Center in Mississippi. This will complete the 8-minute long static firing of the stage's four RS-25 engines after a previous test was aborted in January.
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  1. Marcel Gerber

    Marcel GerberPred 21 dnevom

    I think NORTH AMERICAN SPACEX ADMINISTRATION can do better......😛

  2. Mark Barrett

    Mark BarrettPred 23 dnevi

    I finally did it! I deleted the Facebook app! So much better!

  3. Nuff Said

    Nuff SaidPred 29 dnevi

    I'd ask the CHINEESE. I think they are in the Space race

  4. GeoLumina

    GeoLuminaPred mesecem

    Do Jack or Mary run photography courses at Boca Chica?

  5. Sam Smith

    Sam SmithPred mesecem

    This is NOT gonna work. No way they can move this Heavy Booster down a highway without it tipping over... No Way!!

  6. Russell S

    Russell SPred dnevom

    Sam. Fear not. No highways involved. Uses the Apollo-era barge "Pegasus" (enlarged) to move it by water all the way from the Mississippi test stand to the doorstep of the VAB at KSC in Florida in less than a week of travel time. Those key NASA engineers back in the early 60s (Kurt Debus, Rocco Petrone, etc.) who designed the whole damn thing were pretty smart guys. (I know... you were just joking.)

  7. Flush The toilet.

    Flush The toilet.Pred mesecem

    One day these bits of testing footage, the progress footage and the constant monitoring by all the great teams filming, will be taught in school as history, where it all began. The first spaceship factories, before it all changed.

  8. Pascal Arens

    Pascal ArensPred mesecem

    Cranezila should drop it on launch pad

  9. Robert Buglio

    Robert BuglioPred mesecem

    Hope they get it done before they start a war over isreal temple.

  10. john halamka

    john halamkaPred mesecem

    solids in gasoline?

  11. Diana Galaxy

    Diana GalaxyPred mesecem

    Fabulous! Thank you for that breakdown.

  12. Lee Morales

    Lee MoralesPred mesecem

    SpaceX

  13. Mantas McNeil

    Mantas McNeilPred mesecem

    57:25 that one car at 3am

  14. Nick Mine

    Nick MinePred mesecem

    The spiffy wheel promisingly disagree because deer really fire a a tricky sink. lush, broad chess

  15. Robert Pierce

    Robert PiercePred mesecem

    Like at liftoff

  16. Robert Pierce

    Robert PiercePred mesecem

    How does it not crush under all the weight, what about when its loaded with fuel?

  17. 221 b

    221 bPred mesecem

    Pressure. Just like a coke can. You can stand on it and yet crush it once open.

  18. Sean Baskett

    Sean BaskettPred mesecem

    59:41 "Going better than last time...."

  19. vbddfy euuyt

    vbddfy euuytPred mesecem

    Orange Rocket good, Shiny Rocket good

  20. bocoy noiu

    bocoy noiuPred mesecem

    expecting it. I feel so happy seeing this carrying on to the next generation.

  21. qopoy dnon

    qopoy dnonPred mesecem

    Such a shame those SLS engines get dumped after only one use! AMAZING! GO STARSHIP!

  22. asioe kiou

    asioe kiouPred mesecem

    Orange Rocket good, Shiny Rocket good

  23. Shauka Hodan

    Shauka HodanPred mesecem

    expecting it. I feel so happy seeing this carrying on to the next generation.

  24. vbddfy euuyt

    vbddfy euuytPred mesecem

    58:40 my man was about to be triggered if they didn’t show those engines moving. yes!

  25. doliio volay

    doliio volayPred mesecem

    the same welds before commissioning them

  26. bocoy noiu

    bocoy noiuPred mesecem

    58:40 ya ya we have a liftoff with test stand

  27. FuckinGoogleIDont want to use my real name

    FuckinGoogleIDont want to use my real namePred mesecem

    1:06:24 SLS is so hot, it sat the NASA logo on fire.

  28. FuckinGoogleIDont want to use my real name

    FuckinGoogleIDont want to use my real namePred mesecem

    @qopoy dnon Yes, yes it is. They should pay me lots of the monies.

  29. qopoy dnon

    qopoy dnonPred mesecem

    This commentary is so much better than what NASA itself provides. They need you working for them!

  30. FuckinGoogleIDont want to use my real name

    FuckinGoogleIDont want to use my real namePred mesecem

    Go weather machine go!

  31. FuckinGoogleIDont want to use my real name

    FuckinGoogleIDont want to use my real namePred mesecem

    @asioe kiou wh... what?

  32. asioe kiou

    asioe kiouPred mesecem

    Americans can't weld good enough, not too can Americans make valves that work too well on spacecraft.

  33. FuckinGoogleIDont want to use my real name

    FuckinGoogleIDont want to use my real namePred mesecem

    I'm from Mississippi. It was Stennis that launched my lifelong love of space, specifically this testing stand. I was seven or eight when a very similar test was done at night while I was camping on the center's grounds and, if you think this is impressive during the day, you should see it light up the sky at night, especially when you're a young kid that wasn't expecting it. I feel so happy seeing this carrying on to the next generation.

  34. doliio volay

    doliio volayPred mesecem

    Such a shame those SLS engines get dumped after only one use! AMAZING! GO STARSHIP!

  35. FuckinGoogleIDont want to use my real name

    FuckinGoogleIDont want to use my real namePred mesecem

    58:54 They're dancing!

  36. Shauka Hodan

    Shauka HodanPred mesecem

    Congratulations NASA!

  37. hoiy vinosa

    hoiy vinosaPred mesecem

    Congratulations NASA!

  38. Jordan Bergstrom

    Jordan BergstromPred mesecem

    Seriously NASA? SERIOUSLY?? 8 minute firing and you show maybe 30sec total of footage of engines? Especially during the major tests. That ticks me off...

  39. Zachry Diehl

    Zachry DiehlPred mesecem

    NASA's stream coordination sucks. Also, those engines belong in a museum, not the bottom of the ocean. Shame on you for destroying shuttle legacy hardware.

  40. Doug Badgley

    Doug BadgleyPred mesecem

    So the fire on one engine was expected? Will this be a recurring normality in the future, if SLS has a future? And I hope it does. Thanks!

  41. Russell S

    Russell SPred uro

    The fire on the expanded cork insulation was expected. This overheating problem cannot occur in flight, because the entire assembly is accelerating through an increasing cold and increasingly thin atmosphere. It's a ground level test stand problem only.

  42. hoiy vinosa

    hoiy vinosaPred mesecem

    19th on trending in uk let’s goo

  43. SJM

    SJMPred mesecem

    This successful test should provide great inspiration to SpaceX to show that you can test a rocket without it exploding!

  44. Vincent Lenart

    Vincent LenartPred 27 dnevi

    Starship tests are of cheap (relatively speaking) prototype vehicles of an entirely new design expected to fail and learn from. This was a fully developed rocket just proving it's safe to launch to space. Very different things.

  45. dolita windo

    dolita windoPred mesecem

    Orange Rocket good, Shiny Rocket good

  46. upper cut

    upper cutPred mesecem

    Nasa for grown up retards, that can't let go of their imagination. Anyhow, enjoy the hs.

  47. LL Weed

    LL WeedPred mesecem

    So this is how clouds are made!

  48. LL Weed

    LL WeedPred mesecem

    58:40 my man was about to be triggered if they didn’t show those engines moving. yes!

  49. Ramji gautam

    Ramji gautamPred mesecem

    58:40 ya ya we have a liftoff with test stand

  50. Ramji gautam

    Ramji gautamPred mesecem

    @dolita windo just for fun

  51. dolita windo

    dolita windoPred mesecem

    "method behind the madness" ....what?

  52. Broadwaymungo

    BroadwaymungoPred mesecem

    This commentary is so much better than what NASA itself provides. They need you working for them!

  53. Harold Bradbury

    Harold BradburyPred mesecem

    Americans can't weld good enough, not too can Americans make valves that work too well on spacecraft.

  54. Dave & Fran Ryan

    Dave & Fran RyanPred mesecem

    Congratulations NASA!

  55. Capt'n Tor & the Naer-Do-Well Cads Pirate Invasion

    Capt'n Tor & the Naer-Do-Well Cads Pirate InvasionPred mesecem

    Such a shame those SLS engines get dumped after only one use! AMAZING! GO STARSHIP!

  56. SCIENCEIUM

    SCIENCEIUMPred 9 dnevi

    @Tomvarrr Varga oh thanks

  57. SCIENCEIUM

    SCIENCEIUMPred 9 dnevi

    Yeah those rs 25's are wonderful

  58. Mikicat

    MikicatPred mesecem

    @Cyka Blyater umm, no. That's vulcan, not SLS

  59. Cyka Blyater

    Cyka BlyaterPred mesecem

    The engines are going to detach and land by parachute

  60. Tomvarrr Varga

    Tomvarrr VargaPred mesecem

    Systems that would land the boosters would be just sdditional weight. SLS is a powerful rocket that is supposed to deliver payload to the moon. The more fuel you add to the boosters for return, the less payload you can carry. SLS doesnt carry anything additional. Its just a transporter. And the engines are very cheap because they are from the shuttle program. TLDR: It would be more expensive and less effective to have the engines reused. (While they use the old engines from the shuttle program, newly manufactured ones might be more cost effective when reused.)

  61. arnold smith

    arnold smithPred mesecem

    finally its works so now they build new ones to replace these test ones money is going fast

  62. syncRamon

    syncRamonPred mesecem

    This gives me goosebumps. Sooo much power! What a beauty to observe. Congratulation for the impressive, successfull testrun!

  63. B H

    B HPred mesecem

    $20+ billion on a throw-away rocket... what a waste of money.

  64. SteverRob

    SteverRobPred mesecem

    @Abhay Agarwal but it's okay to spend 2T that'll take generations to pay off?

  65. Abhay Agarwal

    Abhay AgarwalPred mesecem

    Is it really 20 billion for this non- reusable rocket ? If it is, that's an absurd amount of money and i don't have any more words to describe it. I love space and rockets but there are like millions of people living in poverty (just saying).

  66. barry kirkby

    barry kirkbyPred mesecem

    its about time tbis over budget over rated piece of expendable hardware was cancelled. Use the one thats finished.. at a $b odd per vehicle to launch its waste in excess. Old style hardware too. Bin it.

  67. Matthewdoesmc81 //

    Matthewdoesmc81 //Pred mesecem

    19th on trending in uk let’s goo

  68. Incredible GreatRay

    Incredible GreatRayPred mesecem

    Rainmaker

  69. Hi Marc

    Hi MarcPred mesecem

    DIE ERDE IST SCHON EIN SEHR FASZINIERENDER PLANET Schade, dass ich wenige kennenlerne die an Gott glauben. In der heutigen Generation wird selbst an mehreren Schulen und Büchern eine Evolutionstheorie von zb. Naturwissenschaftlicher Charles Darwin gelernt. Mh, aus einer Zitrone wurde ne Melone und aus einem Fisch dann ... ein Mensch... Auch wird in Schulen und Bücher gelernt wie optimal die Größe oder der Abstand die Erde zur Sonne ist. Auch wie perfekt die Umlaufgeschwindigkeit die Erde um die Sonne hat (laut menschlichen Fakten würde bei einer viel langsamer Geschwindigkeiten die Erde der Sonne so nahe kommen das sie sich in einen Wüstenplanet verwandeln würde usw.). Die Drehung der Erde um die eigene Achse (laut menschlichen Fakten hätten wir wenn's nicht so perfekt wäre eine Seite dunkel, die andere Seite hell usw.). Sowie den optimalen Neigungsgrad.. Die Größe der Erde (angeblich optimal wegen der Schwerkraft), die Atmosphäre, unser Magnetfeld, der Mond selbst der Jupiter hat seine Aufgabe und und und.. Natürlich sagen die Wissenschaftler was für ein Zufall das alles ist und verkaufen uns die Theorie fast als wissen.. Obwohl Sie selber sagen, sie sehen nur ca. paar Prozent vom Universum. Naja... Schaut mal in den Spiegel wie schön unser menschlicher Körper ist. Was wir alles mit unseren Körper können: Wir fühlen, spüren, denken, sprechen, singen, schmecken, riechen und wir haben Träume.. Und unter uns Menschen gibt es richtige Supertalente auf ihrem Gebiet... Auch hat unsere Erde atemberaubende Traumhaft schöne Landschaften die ganzen Bäume, Blumen und Pflanzen Wunder schön. Oder unsere sehr sehr schöne Tier Welt, wenn wir mal bei unseren Haustieren anfangen. Wie treu ein Hund ist, es gibt Blindenhunde, Rettungshunde.. Unsere Katzen die kleinen jäger und wie toll sie sich beim streicheln anfühlen.. Tauben die über Kilometern wieder nach Hause finden.. Glühwürmchen die nachts leuchten.. Chamäleon kann seine Farben wechseln.. Fledermäuse die Nachts sehen.. Spinnen die Netze bauen.. Quallen haben einen durchsichtigen Körper.. Pferde auf denen wir reiten können.. Ein Kolibri kann in der Luft schweben.. Ein Wanderfalke der im Sturzflug bis zu 250 km erreichen kann.. Bienen die nicht nur Honig produzieren sie bestäuben die Mehrzahl aller Wild und Nutzpflanzen.. Und und und es gibt über Millionen von Tierarten alle sehr sehr schön. Auch wie lecker unsere Obst, Gemüse, die ganze Nahrung ist, in aller Vielfalt, lecker... Für mich gibt's keine Worte so schön ist Gott. Wenn wir da mal aufs Alte- und Neue Testament schauen dann ist das erste und wichtigste Gebot, deinen Gott lieben von ganzem Herzen, mit ganzer Hingabe und mit ganzem Verstand. Ebenso wichtig ist aber ein zweites: Liebe deinen Mitmensch wie dich selbst. Das sind doch tolle Gebote und die Nächstenliebe habe ich so in keinem anderen Buch gelesen..🥰💕🥰

  70. 221 b

    221 bPred mesecem

    Sei still. Das interessiert hier niemanden. Das Thema ist Raumfahrt und der test der SLS Rakete. Ich kommentier auch nicht auf Bibelvideos. Also sei entweder still was das angeht und geniess die Rakete oder hau ab. Danke sehr.

  71. PixelStacker

    PixelStackerPred mesecem

    58:40 my man was about to be triggered if they didn’t show those engines moving. yes!

  72. Bcneverworks RBLX!

    Bcneverworks RBLX!Pred mesecem

    1:05:11 Wiggle before ENG SHUT-OFF.

  73. Ragnars Brother

    Ragnars BrotherPred mesecem

    "method behind the madness" ....what?

  74. Phlogistan Jones

    Phlogistan JonesPred mesecem

    As a long time Florida resident I can state from closely following Bill Nelson that he is ***MUCH*** more a "politician" and **MUCH** less a "space enthusiast".... Bill Nelson ***NEVER*** took a decision that did not first and foremost benefit Bill Nelson.

  75. 221 b

    221 bPred mesecem

    Sad to hear that confirmed. I had hope I might be wrong about him seeing that I don't know very much about the guy. I do know about his second call sign.

  76. SJM

    SJMPred mesecem

    Nelson is a terrible choice for NASA administrator. I thought we got rid of him on the last election. We in brevard county don't want this guy! He's another geriatric whose time passed a long time ago. Just like sleepy Joe.

  77. Andrew Garley

    Andrew GarleyPred mesecem

    I wonder how much the test stand moves with so much power.

  78. Moreno L.

    Moreno L.Pred mesecem

    0:10

  79. egioch

    egiochPred mesecem

    Quick question: do you throw engines away after this?

  80. Lorne S

    Lorne SPred mesecem

    No. Certain pipes, pumps, etc will have a lifespan due to vibration, cracking, and wear, but will be replaced. But it'll go through several cycles before that happens.

  81. Meine Meier

    Meine MeierPred mesecem

    @egioch well I mean they will probably analyse the damage this test has done to the engines and the fuselage

  82. egioch

    egiochPred mesecem

    @NABIL BiBou good, I mean, you just have to hold on to them to throw away later, right? :)

  83. NABIL BiBou

    NABIL BiBouPred mesecem

    No

  84. Blue Mamba

    Blue MambaPred mesecem

    Everybody gangsta til the test stand starts going to the moon.

  85. Nuke The Swamp

    Nuke The SwampPred mesecem

    Note that nasa cropped the feed with fire around the one engine for the majority of the test. Same old nasa. Optics over engineering. They will kill more people this way.

  86. Autum

    AutumPred mesecem

    Sadly BN1 is only a pathfinder. It will *not* fly

  87. Robert Morgan

    Robert MorganPred mesecem

    In reality, nature didn’t want to be outshone by man...

  88. Chris Bragdon

    Chris BragdonPred mesecem

    How do the folks working inside get out after stacking?

  89. 221 b

    221 bPred mesecem

    Some sacrifices have to made to the rocket gods. But don't worry, it's considered a great honor.

  90. Ron Cork

    Ron CorkPred mesecem

    The more usual term is Gantry Crane.

  91. Ad Astr4

    Ad Astr4Pred mesecem

    RS -25,a beauty engine ✨

  92. Vic Drago

    Vic DragoPred mesecem

    SLS is already obsolete. Even before it launches.

  93. Plipz

    PlipzPred mesecem

    after the test we became closer to mars by 1cm

  94. John Ross

    John RossPred mesecem

    $25,000,000,000 steam shower, rain shower generation system. How many more billions will be wasted? I do like the old and cool shuttle engines. Not reusable system, so these also go to waste. In the mean time SpaceX, the next gen world of interplanetary space program will run away from bloated wasteful (some say at a criminal level) ULA. Give it up.

  95. John Ross

    John RossPred mesecem

    @SteverRob wrongo.. Of course $2T is criminal. Nice try to shift the conversation. Will not work. Stay on point, or go away.

  96. SteverRob

    SteverRobPred mesecem

    You probably didn't even flinch at the 2T we just spent, eh? God forbid NASA gets

  97. TOBIANO 1331

    TOBIANO 1331Pred mesecem

    More NASA BULLSHIT NO POINT IN DOING THIS . SPACEX WILL TEACH YOU HOW TO MAKE ROCKETS

  98. Abhay Agarwal

    Abhay AgarwalPred mesecem

    @Silver Lining then nasa could have done the same , right? SpaceX is something nasa and government as a whole should look upto(in my opinion), i have no doubt about people working at nasa . Maybe it's just politics that don't let them work at full potential or maybe spaceX can help them!

  99. Silver Lining

    Silver LiningPred mesecem

    SpaceX built their rockets with Nasa money and scientists

  100. Shotgun Mistress

    Shotgun MistressPred mesecem

    Haha 3:08:36 subtitles say ‘Poker Chicken’ not ‘Boca Chica’

  101. Shotgun Mistress

    Shotgun MistressPred mesecem

    Let’s all head down to Poker Chicken and check out the rockets 🚀

  102. hawkdsl

    hawkdslPred mesecem

    Still bizarre the shuttle engines frost over even when running WOT.

  103. hawkdsl

    hawkdslPred mesecem

    @Matthewdoesmc81 // I know.. that's what is crazy.. it cold enough to frost it even when running.

  104. Matthewdoesmc81 //

    Matthewdoesmc81 //Pred mesecem

    Because the engine bells are cooled

  105. NNA

    NNAPred mesecem

    How the heck move booster to launch site without a little breeze coming along and tipping it over? Weight it down with a bit of water in lower half, perhaps?

  106. Craig Taylor

    Craig TaylorPred mesecem

    How much water was pumped through that test rig? How many Sydney Harbours?

  107. RS Nekmes

    RS NekmesPred mesecem

    boring

  108. Hgggv Fvbhfc

    Hgggv FvbhfcPred mesecem

    57:20

  109. Western Spirit

    Western SpiritPred mesecem

    How loud was the engine firing?

  110. SteverRob

    SteverRobPred mesecem

    My neighbor heard and felt it 40 miles away. I was at Stennis so I definitely heard/felt it.

  111. Jacob L

    Jacob LPred mesecem

    I'd wager 170db+ close up.

  112. Christopher Hogan

    Christopher HoganPred mesecem

    How late now? And how much overbudget? Pathetic

  113. Tossed Salad and Scrambled Eggs

    Tossed Salad and Scrambled EggsPred mesecem

    Moving BN1 down the road is going to be scary! I don't think I will be able to stand the suspense. Its so tall I cant see it not falling over.

  114. Lorne S

    Lorne SPred mesecem

    @SteverRob Nice, congrats on the space job, it's a lot more interesting than trucking! That's probably the most expensive load on a truck that you'll ever see. I used to run all states but mostly hauling produce out of FL, TX and CA, but now I do a dedicated that puts me no further south than PA, so I'll never get to see one on a truck. But, I guarantee you I'll one day watch a launch in person; I'm not leaving this planet until I do.

  115. SteverRob

    SteverRobPred mesecem

    @Lorne S I was driving home one day on the interstate and saw something huge ahead, taking up both lanes. After catching up, I realized it was a F9 headed for the Cape. So cool. btw I work in the space program, SLS but Im a SX fan as well.

  116. Lorne S

    Lorne SPred mesecem

    @SteverRob Yeah, I was going to question you on that, thanks for the clarification. I'm a guy that works in transport and was like no, you'll never see that on its side. It would collapse unless it had a huge amount of reinforcement inside. That would be time and cost prohibitive.

  117. SteverRob

    SteverRobPred mesecem

    @Tossed Salad and Scrambled Eggs Sorry, brain 🧠 fart! I was thinking of the Falcon 9.

  118. Tossed Salad and Scrambled Eggs

    Tossed Salad and Scrambled EggsPred mesecem

    @SteverRob Huh? That makes sense but I haven't seen anything indicating that. Can you cite a reference?

  119. Constantine Ajay

    Constantine AjayPred mesecem

    2:39:11 FYI folks, VT= Visual Test RT= radiographic Test aka x-ray. They are done on welded joints, in this case the horizontal and vertical joints of rings stacked and in the tank farm maybe for new piping.... During RT they should cordon off the premises for safety depending upon the curie of the source in the gamma camera. That's why there is that caution tape at the tank farm area. It is also done to the rings stacked. I assume it's done in other construction tents and not in the high bay.

  120. SkylersRants

    SkylersRantsPred mesecem

    Wow, that's a lot of power. Truly intimidating power. But will they work flopping over on their sides and then back vertical again? :)

  121. David W

    David WPred mesecem

    Wait till we see Starship 20 something raptors in action :)

  122. Kevin Dunn

    Kevin DunnPred mesecem

    Yes you're correct the radiation signs are for radiography, x-rays for the welds on the pipes carrying the commodities to the launch mount, there should also be a pressure test of the same welds before commissioning them

  123. Raffaele Di Vora

    Raffaele Di VoraPred mesecem

    Yes... it's incredibly effective in spotting defects in the welding

  124. basbekjenl

    basbekjenlPred mesecem

    Wish I could have stayed awake for it but still so much thanks for covering this guys

  125. Direbear Coat

    Direbear CoatPred mesecem

    They're gonna have a tough time keeping that thing upright as they move it out of the High Bay. A strong breeze could tip that thing over, I'm thinking...

  126. V S

    V SPred mesecem

    it will still swing on the bridge crane, still hanging from a single chain, the main difference is the crane now is probably not exactly level to the floor of the hi bay

  127. Inimbrium

    InimbriumPred mesecem

    Anyone else here more impressed by the Super Heavy Booster stacking than by the Green Run?

  128. Karl Randomness

    Karl RandomnessPred mesecem

    both is fun

  129. uniquekillerz

    uniquekillerzPred mesecem

    Enjoyed the run more.

  130. Salty Pirate

    Salty PiratePred mesecem

    If you don't set target dates and goals for NASA, they wouldn't EVER get to the moon! We did it in the 60s in 7 1/2 years WITHOUT ANY technological experience and NO COMPUTERS!! The 2024 date will be scrubbed for the SOLE REASON of WHO SET IT!! Boeing and NASA depend on being able to go over schedule and over budget! Pull your heads out of your asses and learn how to lead! SLS has cost over $17 billion, is years overdue and $6 billion of that hasn't been tracked by NASA and is unaccounted for!! YOU ABSOLUTELY MUST SET DEADLINES FOR NASA!!!

  131. Salty Pirate

    Salty PiratePred mesecem

    @ThompPL1 You are spot-on!

  132. ThompPL1

    ThompPL1Pred mesecem

    Unfortunately (or inevitably) NASA has been marching *steadily* towards IDICORACY b/c POLITICS (e.g. money to states/districts, international relations/pride, feel-good vs. do-good, social engineering, etc.) are the ONLY REAL requirements/mission there for past 4 decades ! . . . Definitely not what I was hoping for while growing up admiring them. : (

  133. That Guy

    That GuyPred mesecem

    If you want to skip the chit chat ⏩ 57:20.

  134. Brendon Palmer

    Brendon PalmerPred mesecem

    How are they going to transport the BN’s without them literally just tipping over.

  135. Carl Johan

    Carl JohanPred mesecem

    @Brendon Palmer It's far more bottom heavy than it looks. Especially with all the fuel tank space being empty.

  136. Brendon Palmer

    Brendon PalmerPred mesecem

    @Carl Johan I’m not concerned about the weight, more so the height. In my head, it just feel like the center of gravity is so high

  137. Carl Johan

    Carl JohanPred mesecem

    Have you not seen the Zordon transporter they got? It's 4 roll lift transporters that's been gattai'd.

  138. Porkinator

    PorkinatorPred mesecem

    50:00

  139. Stephen Burrows

    Stephen BurrowsPred mesecem

    Pretty crap approach with an ad right before ignition..., you miss pieces.... 😢

  140. basbekjenl

    basbekjenlPred mesecem

    @Lee Pinnguin Yeah the real problem comes from when advertisement no longer reaches people. I'm not faulting anyone for choosing to do so but it does send a message and people should be aware of that message that is being send. Just like how if no one formally complains about how bad something is nothing will change. complaining about adds in your educational lectures I imagine is not exactly good for the learning experience. Like a loud classmate in class that talks over the teacher.

  141. Lee Pinnguin

    Lee PinnguinPred mesecem

    @basbekjenl I do turn my adblockers off for computer repair shows and other things but for some lectures, you can't afford to miss what they are saying because you are taking notes. I had one on taking a laptop apart and they ran 5 ads so I missed a critical part and the way it was set up, I could not back up to see what I missed. There has to be a set time for the people to know when a commercial is coming so all can stop...that would be fair.

  142. basbekjenl

    basbekjenlPred mesecem

    Yeah adds suck but they enable the free nature of the service, if everyone uses addblocks yt could say oke instead of adds you need yt premium to watch content in higher quality then 144p. Then you miss things.

  143. Don Koltz

    Don KoltzPred mesecem

    Not a fan of SLS. But I am glad to see a successful test.

  144. Meine Meier

    Meine MeierPred mesecem

    Why are you not a fan of SLS? Just curious

  145. John Meleen

    John MeleenPred mesecem

    They have to line up all the plumbing.

  146. mini stage studios

    mini stage studiosPred mesecem

    There isn't much, if you look at the plans you only really have the oxygen header tank to worry about, maybe helium, but this is autogenis pressure, so mostly nothing to worry about

  147. AtheoGaming07

    AtheoGaming07Pred mesecem

    Nice! SLS is great! SH is a massive booster

  148. Sullyz World

    Sullyz WorldPred mesecem

    I could feel the test. Was in kiln today

  149. Sullyz World

    Sullyz WorldPred mesecem

    @SteverRob yeah my 20 year old daughter heard it for first time. Was cool to hear a test again at nasa

  150. SteverRob

    SteverRobPred mesecem

    I was here onsite. My buddy in Gulfport heard/felt it.

  151. Jussainwuturthinkn

    JussainwuturthinknPred mesecem

    58:40 my man was about to be triggered if they didn’t show those engines moving.

  152. Gautam Garg

    Gautam GargPred mesecem

    @Mick 92 no no stop it get some help.

  153. Mick 92

    Mick 92Pred mesecem

    "Yeah baby, shake those nozzles!"

  154. P2

    P2Pred mesecem

    We've been waiting for so long for superheavy to be stacked, can't wait for the hop! (wenhop) update: elon said this hop won't hop...bn2 it is then

  155. barry kirkby

    barry kirkbyPred mesecem

    Superheavy may be taking a bit a time, but it aint gonna take 10 years and be billions over budget for the orange one shot.. its gonna be cool when the big silver bird in Boca Cheka flies..

  156. shamsudeen m a

    shamsudeen m aPred mesecem

    Never cause it only has 4 engines

  157. daniel stine

    daniel stinePred mesecem

    I just watched sts112 and tbh it's kinda lame but I get it

  158. Andrew h

    Andrew hPred mesecem

    Holy fuck!!!!

  159. Edd Jordan

    Edd JordanPred mesecem

    well im not a supporter of sls but this was very impressive. well done nasa. i hope im at the first launch of this massive rocket.

  160. SteverRob

    SteverRobPred mesecem

    @Noah Michel about 1% of the 2T we just threw out the window. That should've really bothered you, at least I hope so.

  161. Noah Michel

    Noah MichelPred mesecem

    @Nagarjun Kashyap it’s going to cost a stupid amount of money that’s prob why

  162. Nagarjun Kashyap

    Nagarjun KashyapPred mesecem

    What do you mean by not a supporter of sls?

  163. Alan Brady

    Alan BradyPred mesecem

    Elon doesn’t fk about 😳

  164. Alan Brady

    Alan BradyPred mesecem

    Super heavy looking unbelievable I can’t wait to see the star ship on top 🤯but super heavy by it’s self is an absolute beast an I can’t wait to see it in action 🚀🚀🚀🇺🇸👏🏻👏🏻big fan from Liverpool 🇬🇧 well done space x and NASA 👏🏻👏🏻

  165. Alan Brady

    Alan BradyPred mesecem

    Surly they won’t all die Elon is a technical genius I have faith

  166. Youtube Vanced

    Youtube VancedPred mesecem

    27 engines dying on each failed test will be a problem. I won't be surprised if the project is abandoned before it ever goes to space. Hopefully they don't have many failures before success so it does get a green light.

  167. Deepesh Dhunnoo

    Deepesh DhunnooPred mesecem

    We love the falcon 9. There won't be any reason why we won't like the super heavy. They are basically the same, except that one is bigger than the other. So let's shower the super heavy with some love!

  168. Roger Halt

    Roger HaltPred mesecem

    Imagine if they think, “sod it, let’s send SN16 and BN1 up together” :L

  169. Danko

    DankoPred mesecem

    @Adi Narayan R S no it is not designed for, pls dont write if you dont know, the bn1 is only for practice: how to build, how to transport and cryogenic proof

  170. Lâm Quang Nguyễn

    Lâm Quang NguyễnPred mesecem

    Adi Narayan R S It's been confirmed on Twitter that BN1 will only be a pathfinder

  171. Adi Narayan R S

    Adi Narayan R SPred mesecem

    That won't happen coz BN 1 is designed the use only 4 engines. Later versions will have lots of wngines

  172. Danko

    DankoPred mesecem

    it is impossible, first bn1 is only for cryogenic test and sn isnt landing and hop again

  173. Anthony Shepard

    Anthony ShepardPred mesecem

    : So cool, the stacking. 🐢 🚀 🐢 🚀 🐢 🚀

  174. John Donnelly

    John DonnellyPred mesecem

    I'm getting so moist.