Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich Mission

21 nov 2020
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SpaceX is targeting Saturday, November 21 for Falcon 9’s launch of the Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich mission from Space Launch Complex 4E (SLC-4E) at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. The instantaneous launch window is at 9:17 a.m. PST, 17:17 UTC, and a backup opportunity is available on Sunday, November 22 with an instantaneous launch window at 9:04 a.m. PST, 17:04 UTC.
Following stage separation, Falcon 9’s first stage will return to Earth and land on Landing Zone 4 at Vandenberg Air Force Base. The spacecraft will deploy approximately 58 minutes after liftoff

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  • Interesting: at 33:33, I haven't seen the strongback retract that much in years. It usually only retracts about 2.5 degrees, but this seems to be about 10 degrees. Is this an older strongback?

    maigretus1maigretus16 ore fa
  • 💗💗💗💗💗💗💗💗💗

    كيلوا kylwattكيلوا kylwatt13 ore fa
  • Great job!!!

    Fabio NaumovFabio Naumov14 ore fa
  • Alright next time SpaceX handles everything

    Kray(1)Kray(1)14 ore fa
  • This is like watching my PLTR stocks take off. Amazing

    D. RD. RGiorno fa
  • R.I.P Michael Freilich Died: death in cancer The satellite named ''Sentinel-6A Michael Freilich'' For Falcon 9's Launch

    Dan Carlo RataDan Carlo RataGiorno fa
  • WOW...to really see this time just how the grid fins maneuver to pinpoint the landing...and it was very good that Jesse finally got to see it in person...this never gets old...always something new to learn from the SpaceX engineers...nobody does it better and NASA could take lessons. Also great presentations by the satellite's builder. Thank you ALL.

    JJGiorno fa
  • Awesome launch and vid as usual:) So uh.. did anyone see all those things flying back and forth about 41 minutes in? 👽

    1 9 8 01 9 8 0Giorno fa
  • How not to do webcast in a nutshell.

    Saturn VSaturn VGiorno fa
  • Guys! Let's just appreciate how the SpaceX have been getting successful launches this year! Although this wasn't covered by the spacex webcasters, instead it's the NASA who covered it, but to think about it, it's spacex success on this! our tech in space is literally getting an upgrade quite very fast, thanks to spacex. I can't imagine now what would tech look like in 5 years ahead of time due to these advancements. Bravo SpaceX!

    MINZUMINZUGiorno fa
  • Holy cow, who was cutting this stream?

    TeachMeTheGuitarTeachMeTheGuitarGiorno fa
  • Comment sections on this video (I guess) : 90% - Broadcast complaints 5% - Dumb flat earthers brainwashing people ( lmao ) 5% - Normal congratulating comments

    PanichapnCDPanichapnCDGiorno fa
  • Mr. Musk Why isn't the black night satellite, ever looked into or zoomed in on all the technology & still no answers

    yeah it's Me.yeah it's Me.2 giorni fa
  • An amazing launch utterly ruined by the worst commentary ever. I can't believe I had to hit mute as the first stage was returning...

    Pilot StevePilot Steve2 giorni fa
  • Don't let Nasa manage your broadcasts

    ewa kiiewa kii2 giorni fa
  • I am not sure whether to like or dislike the video because the coverage was so bad, but it's on spacex's channel... 😶😶

    Laura H.Laura H.2 giorni fa
  • Please provide timeline in the description box or in the comment box from next vesios.It's useful for impatient viewers like me

    Musicman 3rd classMusicman 3rd class2 giorni fa
  • Smooth landing. Shame the vid froze.

    Reverse PsychoReverse Psycho2 giorni fa
  • Our Sports channel in Bangladesh 🇧🇩 has better streaming quality and setup than this.

    Jaber JbJaber Jb2 giorni fa
  • NASA's broadcasting setup is garbage. Please hand it over to spaceX already.

    Jaber JbJaber Jb2 giorni fa
  • NASA and ESA Made the 1st Sentinel-6A Micheal Freilich Sea-Satellite for SpaceX Falcon 9 Launch Prepare.

    dan carlo ratadan carlo rata2 giorni fa
  • Hello,today I woke up and I thought: why doesn't spaceX use magnets to easily land rockets??Think about it: if you have to land rockets on a moving platform, maybe it will be simpler if you put magnets on the landing legs and pad. But i don't know.. is this even possible?Let me know... in case it was possible i want a free trip to Mars on the BFR... just kidding.

    SCIEKIMIKESCIEKIMIKE2 giorni fa
  • i don’t know if anyone noticed it but, spacex’s mission of “launching rockets not a big deal” is achieved

    miko foinmiko foin2 giorni fa
  • NASA really butchered the stream. The launch was incredible as usual though to props to SpaceX

    Zaheer SarangZaheer Sarang3 giorni fa
  • To NASA: Things that you -should- *have* to do: 1. For god's sake you need to get better camera quality. 720p is the *highest* ?! Are you joking me?!! 2. *ACTUALLY* show people what they want to see. Pretty sure no one even saw the satellite deploy! 3. Just organize your stuff better. 4. _YOU'D BETTER GIVE THAT POOR GIRL AT __49:00__ _*_AT LEAST_*_ $10.00._ Hmmm... actually, ignore all that. Just let SpaceX handle all this on their own. I can swear it will be five times better. (This is supposed to be a joke, no hate on NASA, but for real they have to make their webcasts better.) _also did anyone elso notice that the satellite looked like a big flying tin house? XD_

    Laura H.Laura H.3 giorni fa
  • Relax, guys. There are plenty of SpaceX-managed Falcon launches to watch on ITworlds.

    Ray GRay G3 giorni fa
    • This was the best NASA could do? Wow. At least everyone at SpaceX can and does better with their livestreams.

      miko foinmiko foin2 giorni fa
  • Pogchamp

    Jaidon SmithJaidon Smith3 giorni fa
  • Can we have telemetry data of both stages after seperation next time?

    SyNc Life!SyNc Life!3 giorni fa
  • 25:00

    기훈김의 프로그래밍기훈김의 프로그래밍3 giorni fa
  • Picture-perfect day for a launch and landing.

    BNSF1995BNSF19953 giorni fa
  • itworlds.info/round/e2ZrYpGtoZF5n5o/video

    pc7zzpc7zz3 giorni fa
  • Nice 👌😌

    K̷i̷n̷g̷ R̷o̷b̷K̷i̷n̷g̷ R̷o̷b̷3 giorni fa
  • 😎

    K̷i̷n̷g̷ R̷o̷b̷K̷i̷n̷g̷ R̷o̷b̷3 giorni fa
  • I tough it was Jessie voice... no... it was Jessie itself, enjoying herself off duty :-D - missing her BTW -

    Alain ChurchAlain Church3 giorni fa
  • Worst ever. NASA does a crap job with streams. Please leave it to SpaceX they know what they are doing.

    jack gillowayjack gilloway3 giorni fa
  • They have changes the cameras, right? For more megapixel quality ones))

    Botir ShokamolovBotir Shokamolov3 giorni fa
  • I have to agree, the Nasa coverage was terrible. I think the highlight for me was seeing Jessica getting to see this launch and landing in person! Luv ya Jess!

    dolita windodolita windo3 giorni fa
  • Exaust tube

    Martin eMartin e3 giorni fa
  • bet you 20mil$ space force is doing something. bye bye google

    HenryHenry3 giorni fa
  • NASA Just screwed this up for me...urrrrgh!!

    Teddy EscobarTeddy Escobar4 giorni fa
  • This was the best NASA could do? Wow. At least everyone at SpaceX can and does better with their livestreams.

    Matt ChaffeMatt Chaffe4 giorni fa
    • That was pretty great really.

      dolita windodolita windo3 giorni fa
  • 28:12 Its sad she couldn’t see it this time too.

    MAKE KERALA GREAT AGAINMAKE KERALA GREAT AGAIN4 giorni fa
  • 30:20 When they went to the Moon in 1969, they landed there Manually, right.

    MAKE KERALA GREAT AGAINMAKE KERALA GREAT AGAIN4 giorni fa
  • To future viewers, not everyone was stupid enough to think a little plexiglass divider offered any "protection".

    tqaztectqaztec4 giorni fa
  • You know here is the strange season again when two hosts wore winter jackets and the family wore short sleeves, even the baby!

    James JianJames Jian4 giorni fa
  • That was wonderful, perfect and amazing. Thank you.

    Alexander HamiltonAlexander Hamilton4 giorni fa
  • Well, I'm glad the launch went better than the commentary.

    Joey JamisonJoey Jamison4 giorni fa
  • Glad the flimsy plastic piece between the hosts was up!

    Christian LaursenChristian Laursen4 giorni fa
  • This coverage is so bad compared to SpaceX, the landing was just screaming and shouting, no telemetry, general commentary is really poor, it also looks like something from the 90s quality wise with rubbish graphics like the countdown clock. But welldone SpaceX and Falcon

    Teddy NgTeddy Ng4 giorni fa
  • I like the SpaceX produced streams a lot better.

    pcmaster888pcmaster8884 giorni fa
    • After taking a look at the other comments I seem to not be the only one feeling this way, lol

      pcmaster888pcmaster8884 giorni fa
  • Wow, this was awful. Leave it to NASA to try to turn this into some kind of talk show circus. I don't need "talent" jabbering over the booster landing. Shame too because that was some great footage but they kept cutting away so I could look at people sitting in chairs. Booo

    slothomaticslothomatic4 giorni fa
  • Only close-up shots were shown at liftoff, which isn't really a shot of the liftoff at all. Seeing the whole rocket at liftoff is all that really matters.

    Reluctant EnthusiastReluctant Enthusiast4 giorni fa
  • No telemetry... No fun. Not a very bad show but it could have been better. Good dialogues and comments though. Only SpaceX can provide truly enthusiastic footages so please bring back your footages, folks!

    PintuxoPintuxo4 giorni fa
  • I'm curious what happened with the *second stage* after separation?

    SohaibSdqSohaibSdq4 giorni fa
    • It continues on until it releases it's payload then burns up in the atmosphere as it falls back to earth.

      E. RoseE. Rose4 giorni fa
  • That was pretty great really.

    Benjamin DBenjamin D4 giorni fa
  • What the heck am I watching? Waffle, waffle waffle. No progress graphics. No dual screen Altogether a NASAty stream. Not impressed Come back SpaceX team !!!

    Christopher LawleyChristopher Lawley4 giorni fa
  • Boeing is no where to be seen on space

    Cornholio777Cornholio7774 giorni fa
  • Please stick with the same commentators! The regular commentators are really good.

    Tater RogersTater Rogers4 giorni fa
  • NASA should never do these again. Bring back SpaceX media team.

    Eric MarksonEric Markson4 giorni fa
  • Why does that guy look like Clark Kent lmao

    SkattySkatty4 giorni fa
    • Such a shit coverage of a launch.... Get some professionals who know what they're doing

      doire aintudoire aintu4 giorni fa
  • did anyone see the moving objects from minute 2:12:50 ? at the moment when the satellite separates

    Ecuatoriano en IrlandaEcuatoriano en Irlanda4 giorni fa
  • This was painful to watch.. omg these people.... Please never do this again

    Mike DudeMike Dude4 giorni fa
  • Haydi elon haydi elon haydii. Tam zamanı tam zamaı şimdi

    Bilim, uzay ve ilginç bilgilerBilim, uzay ve ilginç bilgiler4 giorni fa
  • That. Was. Shit. Why do you exist NASA?

    Manuscript FilmsManuscript Films4 giorni fa
  • Romans 3:23 states: "For all have sinned, and come short of the glory of God;". We are all sinners, that have committed at least one sin in our lives, which earns us an eternal punishment in Hell. Revelation states 21:8 "But the fearful, and unbelieving, and the abominable, and murderers, and whoremongers, and sorcerers, and idolaters, and all liars, shall have their part in the lake which burneth with fire and brimstone: which is the second death.". God sent his Son, Jesus, to Earth as a perfect sinless sacrifice. To take on all the sins of the world; both past, present, and future sins. Shedding his blood on the cross as a blood atonement for all sins. After dying on the cross, he rose from the dead on the 3rd day and rose to Heaven. To show life after death. To show everlasting life through Jesus's sacrifice. John 14:6 states: "Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me.". Romans 10:13 states "For whosoever shall call upon the name of the Lord shall be saved.". Eternal life in heaven is just one prayer away. All you have to do is believe that Jesus Christ, the Son of God, died on the cross for your sins. As an atonement for your sins. And rose from the grave on the 3rd day. Ask Jesus to save you of your sins and give you eternal life in Heaven. Salvation is a free and everlasting gift from God. Please don't let pride drag you into eternal punishment in Hell, but ask Jesus to give you eternal life in Heaven. If you're getting a strong feeling of resistance while reading this, it's because Satan doesn't want you to get saved. He wants you to resist, and think it's not real. He wants you in Hell for all eternity with him. Hell is not a fun place, like worldly people like to imagine. It's everlasting torture with no relief. I'm only taking the time to text this, because I want to get the message out. There are so many distractions in life keeping people from witnessing to other people. Keeping people from thinking about salvation. Keeping you from thinking about life after death. Please, ask Jesus into your hearts to save you of your sins and cleanse you from all unrighteous. Ask him for a place in Heaven, and he will save you from eternal damnation in Hell.

    John PearsonJohn Pearson4 giorni fa
    • ?

      Chillz AlexChillz Alex4 giorni fa
  • What Happened to the Telemetry Visuals? all missing

    wafulawanyamawafulawanyama4 giorni fa
  • Nasa countdown: 3... 2..... 1.... Liftoff {Cheesy political statement} SpaceX countdown: 3... 2... 1... Liftoff {Beautiful Merlin engine sound}

    rachrach4 giorni fa
  • 37:00

    Viral HogsViral Hogs4 giorni fa
  • Why is the stream so horrible all the sudden? If it ain't broke... ya know?

    Kenneth JamesKenneth James4 giorni fa
  • as more and more tec comes out the need for people will drop, dont deny it, life itself will soon only be for the rich, powerful and privileged...

    myearshurt Noonemyearshurt Noone4 giorni fa
  • Jessie is the most beautiful engineer in the world. Space X knows how to recruit.

    Ephraim MathapoEphraim Mathapo4 giorni fa
  • COME BACK John Insprucker

    Hinda NdaHinda Nda4 giorni fa
  • Dem deutschen Volke. Die Grundrechte. Artikel 1. Die Würde des Menschen ist unantastbar. Sie zu achten und zu schützen ist Verpflichtung aller staatlichen Gewalt. Artikel 5. Jeder hat das Recht, seine Meinung in Wort, Schrift und Bild frei zu äußern und zu verbreiten. Eine Zensur findet nicht statt. - Gilt dies auch für die größte Entdeckung aller Zeiten? Johann Zdebor Entdecker Außerirdische am 17.1.95. Wacht endlich auf Erdlinge. - Wahrlich ich sage euch, seit 25 Jahren steht mir der Nobelpreis für Physik zu. Seit 25 Jahren habe ich ein Recht auf eine Antwort. Das ist mit Sicherheit eine Verschwörung, keine Verschwörungstheorie. - Johann Zdebor Entdecker und Kontakthalter Außerirdischer seit dem 17.1.95.

    Johann ZdeborJohann Zdebor4 giorni fa
  • Such a shit coverage of a launch.... Get some professionals who know what they're doing

    spbxlspbxl4 giorni fa
  • hmm, sonic boom centimeters above ground?

    Michal VašutMichal Vašut5 giorni fa
  • Amazing Future 💖👌

    robert koglerrobert kogler5 giorni fa
  • That balloon popping at 1:05:39 and Josh subsequently dying inside is the perfect metaphor for this cringe-fest.

    Al TAl T5 giorni fa
  • What a bunch of doofuses, jeez whiz. Much better when spacex runs it.

    Matt EvansMatt Evans5 giorni fa
  • Jessie, will you be my space wife?

    Officially NmotionOfficially Nmotion5 giorni fa
  • whipped-up hype ...... .......going nowhere ! 'Moon Landing Hoax- NASA Scientist Admits We CANNOT Go Through Van Allen Belts!' itworlds.info/round/fYGEXceMmZ1ogIA/video 'Could Solar Storms Destroy Civilization? Solar Flares & Coronal Mass Ejections' ITworlds itworlds.info/round/oHp_g7eDfK5ppqI/video ITworlds itworlds.info/round/q6Wgla-ta6h-Z3Q/video 'NASA admits no man on moon yet - or does it?' op ITworlds itworlds.info/round/hX1-c65qhpGMnYQ/video 'NASA: "We Destroyed The Technology To Go To The Moon" [mirror]' op ITworlds itworlds.info/round/e5yrZ6ype5qsaqI/video what a joke bonus: '5 Reasons Going To Mars is a TERRIBLE Idea | Answers With Joe' op ITworlds itworlds.info/round/doWIYcaEnJuBpqY/video

    Robrecht saskiRobrecht saski5 giorni fa
    • Then chew on this for a while. www.forbes.com/sites/quora/2015/12/11/how-we-lost-the-ability-to-travel-to-the-moon/?sh=4fab79dd1f48

      E. RoseE. Rose4 giorni fa
    • See if this makes any sense to you kid. itworlds.info/round/iGmnmJGtns2HhJo/video

      E. RoseE. Rose4 giorni fa
    • Stop it get some help

      Jatinegara 1Jatinegara 14 giorni fa
  • This is beautiful! I love how thorough SpaceX has been with its ITworlds channel and updating us on their projects. It's remarkable how many simultaneous projects SpaceX has

    Tzar BowlbyTzar Bowlby5 giorni fa
  • As I’m watching this live stream, I get the feeling that when putting it all together, whoever was in charge said “well, it’s good enough” rather than having it perfect. That same attitude of “good enough” is what caused so many astronauts to die. Before spacex, when NASA was building its own rockets, there were mistakes which cost people their lives. They didn’t strive for perfection, they instead said it was “good enough”.

    Julie GreenJulie Green5 giorni fa
  • Came to the comments to see if anyone else noticed how bad the commentary was...and that’s about all that’s being talked about. Holy hell I hope they never let NASA handle this part again.

    Aaron RennerAaron Renner5 giorni fa
  • What’s happening at 49:01?????

    Julie GreenJulie Green5 giorni fa
  • There’s a reason why there had not been any American launched missions until recently, and that reason was NASA. Let’s not mess up the launch broadcasting too. Let the professionals at spacex do it.

    Julie GreenJulie Green5 giorni fa
  • Please bring back spacex’s broadcasting!!

    Julie GreenJulie Green5 giorni fa
  • Wow, ..... Clark Kent and Lois

    luchmanskyluchmansky5 giorni fa
  • itworlds.info/round/g3p_kcaajaeNe2s/video

    ANIMATIONS VIDEOANIMATIONS VIDEO5 giorni fa
  • 43:00 Bruh Moment

    SLICEDSLICED5 giorni fa
  • I really hope this won't become a thing with NASA hosting SpaceX webcasts! This was terrible.

    Flying Corn SiloFlying Corn Silo5 giorni fa
  • omg this stream is so terrible even the camera angles 💩

    laugh•able• Operationlaugh•able• Operation5 giorni fa
  • The flimsy, pointless plexiglass sheet between them made me cringe so hard I tore a facial muscle.

    Duden1337Duden13375 giorni fa
  • Absolutely disappointing. NASA managed to fook it

    mawhinney 2.0mawhinney 2.05 giorni fa
  • After the first stage landing the commemtary sounded like a gamers livestream

    Reverse PsychoReverse Psycho5 giorni fa
  • when NASA employees became a fan of spacex... they talking like spectators lmao

    crzykomentcrzykoment5 giorni fa
  • Watch "Media lies & Masonic ties, Satanists & occultists on our tv screen , 22/11/2020" on ITworlds itworlds.info/round/m4ppopqJgcanrGs/video This is one of the most important "wake up call " videos out .... Must see post & share before it gets deleted ...This is what the human race is truly up against ...its not for the faint hearted ...but you will need to grow a pair & accept it ...better now than later .. Luck favours the prepared mind !!!....

    BAT THINKBAT THINK5 giorni fa
    • What does this have to do with the video?

      JayJay AviationJayJay Aviation5 giorni fa
  • Was a great shot of the first stage peeling off. Shame it cut away just as the boost back burn started.

    William BrittonWilliam Britton5 giorni fa
  • Space X Stream his own launches: 4k Space X let NASA do it: 360p don't lose your essence...

    Ivan Bueno FitIvan Bueno Fit5 giorni fa
  • Why did they opt for a budget production quality

    MOLEMOLE5 giorni fa
  • They are shipping drugs into space and selling to aliens

    Wet DreamzWet Dreamz5 giorni fa
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