Falcon Heavy & Starman

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  • Published on Mar 11, 2018
  • When Falcon Heavy lifted off, it became the most powerful operational rocket in the world by a factor of two. With the ability to lift into orbit nearly 64 metric tons (141,000 lb)---a mass greater than a 737 jetliner loaded with passengers, crew, luggage and fuel--Falcon Heavy can lift more than twice the payload of the next closest operational vehicle, the Delta IV Heavy, at one-third the cost.
    Following liftoff, the two side boosters separated from the center core and returned to landing site for future reuse.
    Falcon Heavy put a Tesla Roadster and its passenger, Starman, into orbit around the sun. At max velocity Starman and the Roadster will travel 11 km/s (7mi/s) and travel 400 million km (250 million mi) from Earth.
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  • Jacob56
    Jacob56 5 hours ago

    This draws a smile on my face

  • mlg
    mlg 7 hours ago

    man you guys are really lucky to do something this amazing

  • Joshua Upham
    Joshua Upham 8 hours ago

    Those close up shots of Falcon return are #EPICAF

  • Quinn Von Kerman
    Quinn Von Kerman Day ago +1

    2.1 people should be spaced

  • Naman Ø
    Naman Ø Day ago

    Still the best video on the internet!

  • Steven Thompson
    Steven Thompson Day ago

    I'm surprised some clown environmentalist hasn't started whining about the junk that was left in space and how it will end civilization as we know it !!!
    100K years from now some archeologist will find Starman and wonder just what in the hell it is with these morons !!!!!
    ROFLMAO !!!
    Nice one Falcon crew and congratulations, much success ahead for you !!!

  • Monster Box
    Monster Box Day ago

    this is the most beautiful landing i ever seen 1:36

  • SteelersFan03
    SteelersFan03 2 days ago

    There's a star mannn waiting in the sky........

  • QuakeZ
    QuakeZ 2 days ago

    How could anybody dislike this?

  • David Sorell
    David Sorell 2 days ago

    Core Booster: Missed Him By That Much

  • Sam McDonald
    Sam McDonald 2 days ago +2

    Professor Tyson I think said Best. Elon is the best thing since Thomas Edison. 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👍🏻

  • SAINTzZ DN
    SAINTzZ DN 2 days ago

    If he isn't capable of his dream, he'll pioneer the ones who can achieve it. Hes the foundation of what will become the new age.

  • ON
    ON 2 days ago

    Now the aliens know how we look like and know the sophistication of our technology.

  • Boris S.
    Boris S. 3 days ago

    I'm not crying, I swear, why do you ask?

  • Plajör
    Plajör 3 days ago

    Türkler burada mı? :)

  • New World Created
    New World Created 3 days ago +1

    SpaceX & Yusaku Maezava (#dearMoon)
    thexvid.com/video/2I2Hg4Mg2Zk/video.html

  • XIKaMuIX
    XIKaMuIX 3 days ago

    That simultaneous landing doe.

  • Sonix petethepossum
    Sonix petethepossum 3 days ago

    This needs to be in 2018 youtube rewind

  • Underscore_75
    Underscore_75 4 days ago

    Tribute to David Bowie, I like that.

  • Joshua Graham
    Joshua Graham 4 days ago

    Now what

  • matthew samuels
    matthew samuels 4 days ago

    Spay sex

  • am MinJun I
    am MinJun I 4 days ago +1

    SpaceX is much better than NASA I think

  • Space Doggo
    Space Doggo 4 days ago

    I can't stop coming back to this video, I had the privilege of seeing the launch in person and almost every time I come back to see this I'm nearly in tears. This video is so unbelievably inspiring for me and I dream that one day I can work for SpaceX or a similar company and help make space easier to reach. This makes me excited for the future, hopefully I can help contribute to its shape.

  • Brandon Kent
    Brandon Kent 5 days ago +1

    If you can watch this without crying, you have no idea what it means to be humans

  • Dr. Rashwin Pinto
    Dr. Rashwin Pinto 5 days ago

    The only thing that exits is what you “think” ....But we don’t know what “thinking” is made off.....coz to figure that out we need to “think” "...... Dint make sense ? Lol. Well if you want to study something...example say a book...you need to open it, read it and then you ll understand the book what it says. But imagine you give “life” to a book , can it understand itself ? Well..The Book itself is the understanding. .....hmmm still no sense ? Well let’s say 1 plus 1 is 2 , but is it correct ? How can 1 plus 1 be 2 ? It can be anything......coz every thing if add down to beyond atomic level......it will never add up to two of anything. Just like 1/3 = 0.33333333333333333333......does it end ? No.....then if you say 1/3 + 1/3 + 1/3 = 1 so is 0.333333333333.....till infinity added up 3 times is 1? Or does it add up to 0.999999999999999tillllinfinity ? So then how can u divide anything or multiple anything or add or substract ? ....either what I’m saying doesn’t make sense or It never made sense at all. If two humans can’t be alike.....2 bacteria s can’t be alike. 2 dnas can’t be like.........how can two atoms or two molecules be alike ? Well Im sure you ll say atom of Hydrogen and another atom of hydrogen makes two atoms of hydrogen and both are exactly alike. Hmmm I loose ......but wait.....how do u know if one atom of hydrogen is exactly the same as another atom of hydrogen ? Cause both are named hydrogen so they are alike ? Lol. We named them.....remove the names. Lets imagine two atoms of #&₹@*%+= ....yeah the ones in the prep question. How do you know if both of them are Exactly the same ? Coz the scientists did experiments and stuff ? But atoms are made of protons neutrons and electrons.......three masses and neutral charge overall.....then if u go deeper example protons are made of 2 up quarks and one downquarks .....and the scientists say each uq has a charge of +2/3 and dq has charge of -1/3 so it u add 2 uq and the 1 dq ul get a charge of +1 and 3masses. The charge and the masses together are unstable right ? Well look at them. Why should be together ? And to neutralise this we add a neutron and a electron and make a stable One ☝️ atom ! 😂 Even 1 is not 1 it’s made of many some”ones”. What are quarks made of ? You can’t be sure two bottles made by the same manufacturing machine have the same mass or weight at atomic level or beyond that. So it can never be 2 bottles. It has to be One bottle and another One something like the first bottle . Show me one thing which is the same as another. Nothing is same. Everything is different. If u go back you can keeping going back in time......and keep going front.....there is no beginning or an end. The question of Does God exist ? Who created God ? What was “ before” time ....... are as same as what 1 divided by 0 means. Since we can’t figure out what 1 by 0 is ...coz if I divide you by 0 what are you ? Makes sense ? No ..... so same way the questions have no sense. Nothing have any sense. All logics are also senseless. But if realise that everything is senseless.....without even knowing what is “ knowing” or “realising” or “ thinking” is in the first place.....Then .................(1/0) 😉

  • Zak Vince
    Zak Vince 5 days ago

    why dont they build a space station orbiting mars to start with. then from there go onto colonizing the surface after studying the planet for a while. they also need one orbiting titan. i am 15 years old and when im older i really hope that this world will have changed dramatically. all of the countries goverments need to forget all of their differences and put all of there money together to focus on space travel/exploration, visiting planets, colonizing them, etc. they also need to bring together all of the worlds best scientists and start working on a new type of propulsion so we can start exploring the galaxy and finding new life. THIS IS MY DREAM for us when we grow up. What do u think Elon?

    • Pan Cytryna
      Pan Cytryna Day ago

      +Zak Vince
      Going to Mars is about 6 months (or much longer I am not sure) this station would be expensive as hell

    • Zak Vince
      Zak Vince 5 days ago

      i know that we are all so capable, but we need more people like elon musk in this world. i assume there is many of u just like me that wish this for our future, but what can we do? We dont have the type of money and power to make a big enough change.

  • Erik Albers
    Erik Albers 5 days ago +1

    Rewatching this just now. This was by far the most incredible thing I've ever seen in my entire life! I'm excited with what the future holds. Keep it up SpaceX!

  • RedRaider 3000
    RedRaider 3000 6 days ago +1

    We are lucky to have Elon Musk during our time

  • LazyGamerScotland
    LazyGamerScotland 6 days ago +1

    Still gives me the chills

  • QuakeZ
    QuakeZ 6 days ago +1

    I Could Watch this all day...

  • Equinox EDM
    Equinox EDM 6 days ago +2

    2200
    alien:wtf is that

  • Time to Squanch
    Time to Squanch 6 days ago +2

    That is the coolest thing ever

  • Stephen M
    Stephen M 6 days ago

    but aliens won't speak/read English

  • Joe Gliesman
    Joe Gliesman 6 days ago +1

    This is insanity at its finest. Look up the definition. Elon is an insane man in the most amazing way.

    • Alan Berger
      Alan Berger 5 days ago

      I had never thought of the word insane in that sense before, but you're absoutely spot on!
      insane
      ɪnˈseɪn/
      adjective
      adjective: insane
      in a state of mind which prevents normal perception, behaviour, or social interaction; s̶e̶r̶i̶o̶u̶s̶l̶y̶ ̶m̶e̶n̶t̶a̶l̶l̶y̶ ̶i̶l̶l̶

  • 40ozofstress
    40ozofstress 7 days ago +2

    When people say "I wish was born in this timeline" but I'm glad I'm living at this moment of history right now. The future is looking good for us humans! 😊💯

  • Lupa 444
    Lupa 444 7 days ago +1

    So i guess Elon decided to provide a Tesla to the Aliens. They'll drive up in style.

  • Eduardo Miotto
    Eduardo Miotto 7 days ago +2

    A day to remember. AWE!

  • Haqiqi Rizky
    Haqiqi Rizky 7 days ago +1

    best music video ever!

  • Denny Manezzi
    Denny Manezzi 7 days ago +2

    *Elon Musk is my hero.* Thanks Elon 🖖

  • Sugar TV
    Sugar TV 7 days ago

    What is this song I seriously cannot stop singing it

    • Luka
      Luka 6 days ago +1

      Sugar TV ‘Life on Mars’, by David Bowie. Brilliant song by a brilliant artist.

  • dom free
    dom free 8 days ago +1

    epic for a whole generation:D

  • Edwin Robert
    Edwin Robert 8 days ago +1

    That shot at 0:53 really makes me cry to think about starman departing earth forever.

  • FRANTIC ™
    FRANTIC ™ 8 days ago +1

    No bird 🐦 is harm during this event. 😄

  • Here you will find hot courses on earnings

    Well done guys!

  • keg gp
    keg gp 9 days ago +1

    I'm in love with this video

  • Fighter Ace
    Fighter Ace 9 days ago

    The replay button is im a trillion pieces right now after what i just done

  • Gerardo Checo
    Gerardo Checo 9 days ago

    Pure Ignorance! The kind that keeps us Divided, that fuels Unreasonable Selfishness, Greed, Hate and the Dogmatic Ignorance is what's holding us back from solving our current problems and making gigantic leaps into Progress and Prosperity... I can only look forward to Elon's Neuralink to be able to Transcend into our inevitable next step in Evolution.

  • Dash
    Dash 9 days ago +3

    meanwhile, there are still people who think this was all faked...

  • Aske Mervig Bahnson
    Aske Mervig Bahnson 9 days ago

    What was the point? Biggest waste of resources in all of human history.

    • Luka
      Luka 6 days ago +2

      Aske Mervig Bahnson It’s a test flight. You’re not going to put a multi-million dollar satellite on top of a rocket on its first flight. Companies usually put concrete blocks to simulate the mass of a satellite. SpaceX decided to have some fun, and launch a car instead.

    • Samuel  Bedsole
      Samuel Bedsole 8 days ago +1

      It's Musk's money, let him do with it what he will.

    • 3thn1
      3thn1 8 days ago +2

      Biggest progress

  • aeasus
    aeasus 9 days ago

    Wanted BFRs, high speed inter-city mass transit (hyperloop), electric vehicles/bikes and personal drones and it's renewable sourced fast charging network. With that future in mind, the need to own a car drops drastically. Hopefully Elon can see skinning a car is a waste of talents and the long game.

  • str ardana
    str ardana 9 days ago +1

    Elon musk is the real tony stark

    • ein Stein
      ein Stein 9 days ago

      Iron man is the best marvel film ever.

  • TheEmeraldDogo101 FrenchBullDogo

    it made me cry with joy

  • Patrick Mitchell
    Patrick Mitchell 10 days ago

    GodSpeed StarMan

  • Texas_Tim95
    Texas_Tim95 11 days ago

    W E L O S T T H E C E N T E R C O R E

  • Wilhelm VonRoefelz
    Wilhelm VonRoefelz 11 days ago +2

    Thank you Elon, we can dream again

  • G. Elliott Nielsen
    G. Elliott Nielsen 11 days ago

    How is it that the tires did not explode in space?

  • Juan Manuel Urías J.
    Juan Manuel Urías J. 11 days ago

    i love this

  • Lambda Studios
    Lambda Studios 12 days ago +2

    1:43 OH THATS HOW BIG THEY ARE JESUS!

  • TRTR
    TRTR 12 days ago

    Can someone explain to me what the actual fuck is this?

    • Alan Berger
      Alan Berger 6 days ago

      Pablo, that's a good account of what it was all about, I didnt know that SpaceX offered to carry out some science for NASA during the mission, it's a shame NASA didnt take them up on the offer, because that would have been the icing on the cake :)

    • pablo andres Acosta
      pablo andres Acosta 7 days ago

      In March 2017, SpaceX's founder, Elon Musk, stated that because the launch of the new Falcon Heavy vehicle was risky it would carry the "silliest thing we can imagine".[6] In December 2017, Musk announced that the payload would be his personal Tesla Roadster.[7][8][9] Later that month, photos of the car were taken and publicly released prior to payload encapsulation.
      One of the goals of SpaceX for the planned flight was to demonstrate their new rocket could carry a payload as far as the orbit of Mars. The company had offered NASA to carry a scientific payload; NASA did not accept.[10]
      Following the successful launch, the Roadster became the first consumer vehicle sent into space.[11] Three bespoke manned vehicles have previously been sent into space: the lunar rovers of Apollo 15, 16, and 17 in the 1970s; all three were left on the Moon

    • Samuel  Bedsole
      Samuel Bedsole 7 days ago

      +Alan Berger that too

    • Alan Berger
      Alan Berger 7 days ago +1

      It represents Hope, and dammit we desperately need some Hope right now. I honestly can't thank SpaceX enough for showing us that we can dream of the future once again, instead of fearing the daily humdrum of geo-politics and threats of wars by the most unintelligent amoung us, the politicians

    • Samuel  Bedsole
      Samuel Bedsole 8 days ago +1

      Billionaire launches car into space to test out his high capacity rocket and has boosters of said rocket land back on earth. A huge innovation which will cut the cost of space travel significantly.

  • Coleen West
    Coleen West 12 days ago

    So did that guy just volunteer to die in space? He wouldn't be able to live more than I week up there. I can't believe that they allowed this (although I guess free choice is free choice).

    • Alan Berger
      Alan Berger 7 days ago

      en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poe%27s_law - Either this Coleen is a troll, or they dont understand that their sarcasm / satire, is lost in text form. Either that or they really are that ignorant. If I can offer you some advice Coleen, read more, educate yourself, otherwise you will be left behind, that can be your free choice, and you are free to choose it. Ignorance is not an excuse

    • 3thn1
      3thn1 8 days ago

      +Coleen West its manequin

    • Coleen West
      Coleen West 10 days ago

      Pan - I think we are talking about the wrong thing. I am talking about the guy driving the car in space.

    • Pan Cytryna
      Pan Cytryna 10 days ago +1

      +Coleen West
      But it wasn't a human.

    • Coleen West
      Coleen West 11 days ago +1

      Pan - I do agree with the whole "free choice" thing and I heard that Musk volunteered to die on Mars. But I am just surprised to see this stuff actually start happening. Maybe the guy was going to die anyway so "go out with a bang" I guess. I take it from your comment that you think it is some great idea?

  • John Becker
    John Becker 12 days ago +2

    That was fucking awesome, it brought tears to my eyes...what a day that was

  • Paul Ivory
    Paul Ivory 13 days ago +2

    Shut up and take my money!

  • JaiSOM0 - XD
    JaiSOM0 - XD 13 days ago

    1:20 100% PROOF EARTH IS ROUND.

  • teefkay2
    teefkay2 14 days ago +2

    Sometime in the very near future, it will be really cheap to orbit the earth (~ $50,000 and then less). It should be an absolute requirement of every head of state & every chief diplomat to take one of these rides. Every astronaut comes back from orbit incredibly moved by a) earth without boarders & political boundaries, b) the incredible beauty of the planet, and c) the tiny limits of the planet & its resources in the incredible black hostile universe.
    Perhaps they might remember this experience when they later attempt to prioritize & solve the world’s serious problems.

  • ChrisBrengel
    ChrisBrengel 14 days ago +4

    SpaceX and Elon Musk are too cool--
    I can't wait for them to make it to Mars!

  • adriana nazifa
    adriana nazifa 14 days ago

    lol *made on earth by humans* (on earth -> WHAT ON EARTH!? *TRIGGERED*)

  • CH Steele
    CH Steele 14 days ago +1

    Was that Cocoa Beach? I enjoyed watching previous shuttles at the Cape a couple miles away or Titusville, Port St John

  • CH Steele
    CH Steele 14 days ago

    I miss watching shuttles go come on Elon let's get the capsules going bud

  • midgame jeff
    midgame jeff 14 days ago

    best music vid

  • Jeefpop25 Gaming
    Jeefpop25 Gaming 14 days ago +2

    I cry every time 😭

  • Bad Company
    Bad Company 14 days ago

    Step it up spacex, this technology has existed for over 20 years. The McDonnell Douglas DC-X was started into testing in 1994 and had VTVL (vertical take off vertical landing)

    • How Does it Really Work
      How Does it Really Work 13 days ago

      Lots of rockets landed vertically even in 1960s, but not a single one of them launched any satellites into orbit -- and that is what makes all the difference between SpaceX and the others. Otherwise, an amateur rocketry club can land a rocket vertically -- and many do.

    • [YSS] MasterChief
      [YSS] MasterChief 13 days ago +2

      It's the fact they do it every time lol and regular launches happen.

  • Silver Vortex
    Silver Vortex 15 days ago

    So, this is what Elon Musk does in his spare time?

  • bl sadi
    bl sadi 15 days ago

    Don

  • Benno M
    Benno M 15 days ago

    Elon Musk I would like you to own up to the world about the Hyperloop this is disgusting, the lot of you are rigging the news stealing my posts and lying about the dates I am taking the lot of you to court Benno Meuleman Rickmansworth U.K and I would love to see the lot of you infront of a polygraph test myself included you are all a bunch of bloody thieves bloody and Neuralink is useless by the way except for screwing people over!!!!! Bloody Lancasters and Rockerfellers also!!!!! not all but the members involved in the Hyperloop!!!!!! It is my Innovation ive proven it this is disgusting!!!!

  • Benno M
    Benno M 15 days ago

    Elon Musk I would like you to own up to the world about the Hyperloop this is disgusting, the lot of you are rigging the news stealing my posts and lying about the dates I am taking the lot of you to court Benno Meuleman Rickmansworth U.K and I would love to see the lot of you infront of a polygraph test myself included you are all a bunch of bloody thieves bloody and Neuralink is useless by the way except for screwing people over!!!!! Bloody Lancasters and Rockerfellers also!!!!! not all but the members involved in the Hyperloop!!!!!! It is my Innovation ive proven it this is disgusting!!!!

  • Rony K Roy
    Rony K Roy 15 days ago

    0:53 💕 Best part

  • AskJordanToombs
    AskJordanToombs 15 days ago +2

    The single greatest video on TheXvid. Period.

  • anthony orr
    anthony orr 16 days ago +1

    just...amazing

  • Kreizi
    Kreizi 16 days ago +2

    *Made by HUMANS*

  • ching kiu wong
    ching kiu wong 16 days ago

    I watch that over ten times
    Am I mad XD

  • 杨振钊
    杨振钊 16 days ago

    BGM ?

  • FaultLine
    FaultLine 16 days ago

    Imagine in the future we find this car. Lol

  • Tony Kang
    Tony Kang 16 days ago +2

    Don't Panic!

  • Ramazan SORKUN
    Ramazan SORKUN 17 days ago

    ADAMSIN ELON MUSKK!!

  • Mikel Hasson
    Mikel Hasson 17 days ago

    cool

  • Elwyn Jones
    Elwyn Jones 17 days ago

    Did I get a brief glimse of something falling into the sea ? Did everthing go well?

    • John Smith
      John Smith 16 days ago

      +Elwyn Jones You and me both, we're living in exciting times.

    • Elwyn Jones
      Elwyn Jones 16 days ago

      Phew! I want men on Mars within 10 years and before my 90th birthday.

    • John Smith
      John Smith 16 days ago

      +Elwyn Jones Falcon Heavy is essentially three modified Falcon 9's put together. SpaceX has been landing Falcon 9's successful since Falcon Heavy's test flight, so this failure obviously was as simple as just having too little ignition fluid. This shouldn't have any effect on BFR.

    • Elwyn Jones
      Elwyn Jones 16 days ago

      Does this represent a serious setback, or can this be easily fixed for further launches? Hope it does not delay BFR test.

    • John Smith
      John Smith 16 days ago

      Although the Falcon Heavy burns liquid oxygen and kerosene, an igniter fluid called triethylaluminium-triethylborane is used for initial ignition of the engines. It seems as though there was little or no triethylaluminium-triethylborane being fed to two of the three engines, this resulting in the ignition of only one engine during the landing burn. Subsequently, the centre core crashed.

  • Riese Marshall
    Riese Marshall 17 days ago +3

    I really wanna get into rocketry when I grow up (I’m 13 btw but I understand a lot of stuff about rocketry and aerodynamics already)

  • Lance Baldi
    Lance Baldi 17 days ago

    Brilliant

  • Danny Sullivan
    Danny Sullivan 18 days ago

    Bet

  • Crazy Buttboarding Guy
    Crazy Buttboarding Guy 18 days ago +1

    NOthing comes close to when thoes 2 boosters landed I got wicked goosebumps

  • John Louie
    John Louie 18 days ago

    "Good luck starman"

  • Marcelo Enciso
    Marcelo Enciso 18 days ago

    Name of the music?

  • 『DZ MUSIC』
    『DZ MUSIC』 18 days ago

    ummm i know that nobody care's and its not the point but...what's the music ?

  • Keyla Gutierrez
    Keyla Gutierrez 18 days ago +2

    I saw this video in school my teacher showed us these 2 videos of this and I love it it’s so beautiful and inspirational ✨✨😊😊💜💜

    • Keyla Gutierrez
      Keyla Gutierrez 7 days ago

      Alan Berger yea I love these videos I watch them over and over 🤗the are my favorite

    • Alan Berger
      Alan Berger 7 days ago

      You have a great teacher, you are lucky! and you're right, it is so beautiful and insprirational, it truely offers hope

  • RED RADE
    RED RADE 19 days ago

    Space x can you train me when I'm a adult to ride you bfr to mars my real name is zion

  • CryptoTamil
    CryptoTamil 19 days ago

    did the core crashed? the one suppose to land on the drone ship?

    • Paul Hopper
      Paul Hopper 17 days ago

      ran out of landing fuel, spacex redirected it to hit the water next to the barge. at 300mph impact if it had hit the barge there would probably be no barge left :)

  • Michele Nigro
    Michele Nigro 19 days ago

    Che falso incredibile

    • pablo andres Acosta
      pablo andres Acosta 7 days ago

      bitch

    • Michele Nigro
      Michele Nigro 19 days ago

      +Unknown Being Potrei risponderti nel modo piu ovvio cioé utilizzando il tuo stile da persona colta....parolacce, insulti. Ma avendo un'intelligenza inferiore non intendo cimentarmi. Tanti saluti anche alla macchina spaziale e alla nonna volante

    • Unknown Being
      Unknown Being 19 days ago +1

      L'unica cosa incredibile qua è la tua ignoranza. Perché dobbiamo sempre mostrarci come dei cretini al resto del mondo? Potevi fare un commento intelligente, e invece hai ben pensato di attingere a quel buco vuoto contenente la tua ignoranza che insisti a chiamare "cervello" per postare questa cagata enorme.
      Almeno mettici un po' d'impegno, dimostra con un minimo di prove che le stronzate che dici son vere.

  • Vaptor
    Vaptor 20 days ago +6

    THIS IS WHY I WANT TO WORK FOR SPACEX WHEN I GROW UP

  • 사이언스애퍼쳐
    사이언스애퍼쳐 20 days ago

    Cooooooooooooooooool

  • Plam tree
    Plam tree 20 days ago

    Best Uber by far