Crew Dragon Parachute Tests

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  • Published on Jul 18, 2019
  • SpaceX is returning human spaceflight capabilities to the United States with one of the safest, most advanced systems ever built.
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  • NippleSauce
    NippleSauce 9 days ago

    I mean sure, it looks like a super soft and safe landing... But imagine hurdling towards Earth that fast and for that long and just having to hope that the final chutes deploy lol. Damn.

  • cool gamer24/72.0
    cool gamer24/72.0 Month ago

    dear SpaceX, I would love to work for you when I am old enough to help humanity reach the stars like we can go from the U.S to Spain.

  • Aventureiro Paulek
    Aventureiro Paulek Month ago

    Elon Reeve Musk é um empreendedor, filantropo e visionário sul-africano-canadense-americano. Ele é o fundador, CEO e CTO da SpaceX; CEO da Tesla Motors; vice-presidente da OpenAI; fundador e CEO da Neuralink; e co-fundador e presidente da SolarCity. Este homem será o responsável por salvar milhares de pessoas. A Nasa vem a anos estudando pra explorar um planeta e chega Elon Reeve Musk em pouco tempo já conseguiu reaproveitar seus foguetes de lançamentos. Fazendo com isso a viabilidade de exploração deixar de ser um sonho e tornar realidade. Hoje estou aqui escrevendo a minha opinião sobre esta realidade. Elon Reeve Musk você vai passar por várias barreiras, mas nenhuma delas serão o suficiente para que façam desistir dos outros planetas. No universo existe sim vida além de nós. Podem ser iguais ou diferente de nós, mas isso não importa o objetivo e migrar para outro planeta porque o nosso aos poucos esta se modificando com os passar dos anos. Não podemos dormir e esperar que tudo sempre continue como esta a cada dia que passa modificações acontecem. Precisamos buscar outro caminho além das estrelas. Neste imenso universo existe sim vida igual a nossa sim! Apesar de que algumas pessoas defendam que isso é impossível. Você Elon Reeve Musk acredita que existe vida em outros planetas? Então acompanho sempre seus passos sou super fã admiro sua coragem em perder seu tempo precioso em busca de uma solução para humanidade. Quero lhe agradecer e lhe dizer que você vai encontrar o que procura em breve neste universo imenso. A humanidade só tem a lhe agradecer por nos ajudar. Talvez eu e você Elon Reeve Musk não estaremos aqui pra ver a conquista espacial no futuro. Mas estaremos na história eu Luiz Paulek por escrever esta carta a você Elon Reeve Musk por conquistar o espaço e salvar a espécie humana. Bom meu amigo Elon desejo todo sucesso do mundo a você e nunca desista vá em frente. Precisamos de você lembra disso. O primeiro passo você, já deu o segundo será pousar em Marte com seres humanos a bordo de uma nave que você vai construir. Marte é só o começo da exploração espacial de longa distância. Lembre de mim quando for lançar as pessoas rumo a Marte. Que Deus te abençoe em sua jornada espacial. Que a humanidade sempre lembre de você como o responsável por salvar a raça humana. Lembra desta frase "AVENTUREIRO PAULEK" no lançamento da Starship. Obrigado Elon Reeve Musk e muito sucesso com a Spacex!

  • Jerry Chan
    Jerry Chan Month ago

    sadly they didn't make it landing with rockets, maybe too dangerous for?

  • Nathan And A Cat
    Nathan And A Cat Month ago

    Elon can I be your first neighbor on Mars?

  • Александр Карелин

    Great footage! Great company! My respect to SpaceX crew!

  • emilemmae
    emilemmae 2 months ago

    I well i found out that it had 4 prachutes and not 3

  • Big Dragon
    Big Dragon 2 months ago

    This how we raied area 52 boys

  • ricshmitzUK
    ricshmitzUK 2 months ago

    Beautiful

  • goodcat1982
    goodcat1982 2 months ago

    flying jellyfish! ooooo ahhhhhhh

  • Radoslav Ivanov
    Radoslav Ivanov 2 months ago

    0:32 This shoot is Amazing!!!

  • Jamielol
    Jamielol 2 months ago

    Are the parachute patterns used for tracking?

    • jimmyfly
      jimmyfly Month ago +1

      Jamielol - each has a different pattern so if something goes wrong they know which it was and where it deployed from.
      It’s like painting a big 1/2/3/4 on them, but more elegant.

  • Raghul
    Raghul 2 months ago +3

    Gravity: I'm gonna destroy this rocket
    Parachute: Hold my beer

  • Malayali Central
    Malayali Central 2 months ago

    Expensive parachute in Pubg

  • Just Here
    Just Here 2 months ago

    What just happen😳🤔🤔🤔😀😀

  • evolve
    evolve 2 months ago +1

    I love you SpaceX humans.

  • Eduardo Casas
    Eduardo Casas 3 months ago

    muito bom :D

  • Lord Sledgehammer
    Lord Sledgehammer 3 months ago

    Book me a ticket Scotty.

  • Yixuan Yin
    Yixuan Yin 3 months ago

    Wow, it's actually really romantic😘

  • Tammy Leeder Whitaker
    Tammy Leeder Whitaker 3 months ago

    Beautiful

  • flyingrobotpig
    flyingrobotpig 3 months ago

    Oooh 1:20 is sooo satisfying

  • Ëë Mage
    Ëë Mage 3 months ago

    Elon is a monster ready to take us to another level for good, but his marketing team is as impressive as his engennierers.

  • Atlas WalkedAway
    Atlas WalkedAway 3 months ago

    Why do you cut off the people's voice in your livestreams? I could write novels on how this is a betrayal of the very principles and conditions that allowed you all to be where you are, and how you have no viable excuse due to your not being a publisher, but I'd rather just let you know that it's a real dick move.

    Sincerely, everyone who swore an oath and meant it.

  • Alisa Kotya
    Alisa Kotya 3 months ago

    👍

  • Battle GamePlays
    Battle GamePlays 4 months ago

    This is area 51

  • WinterHell
    WinterHell 4 months ago

    "SpaceX is returning human spaceflight capabilities to the United States with one of the safest, most advanced systems ever built."
    Yes. It's embarrassing that we had no replacement for the Space Shuttle and had to get rides from the Russians like hobo astronauts.

  • Markus Gehlhaar
    Markus Gehlhaar 4 months ago

    I liked to watch this parachute p*rn.

  • SnowTiger45
    SnowTiger45 4 months ago

    This is where Art and Science meet to create Symmetry in Motion. It's Beautiful.

  • Eduardo Bogosian
    Eduardo Bogosian 4 months ago

    That looks fun to be in!

  • Tom Hogan
    Tom Hogan 4 months ago

    Fantastic!

  • BarryWipe L'ancien
    BarryWipe L'ancien 4 months ago

    amazing good job spacex

  • Juvan
    Juvan 4 months ago

    Elon,

  • Destro7000
    Destro7000 4 months ago

    Advancement toward returning to Manned Spaceflight I see. Hope stuff actually starts happening before I get old. C'mon Elon. Focus on this, not the brain-computer stuff.

  • Ahlamandjek
    Ahlamandjek 4 months ago

    Тем временем у нас...

  • Ralph111417
    Ralph111417 4 months ago

    1:24 it's like a magicians trick! SpaceX you are awesome....

  • Amann
    Amann 4 months ago

    The first landing was so soft

  • Martian Engineer
    Martian Engineer 4 months ago

    Those tethers look like a bunch of bungy cords tied together...

  • ssabykoops
    ssabykoops 4 months ago

    Its remarkably obvious that we need to start pushing all governments to invest money in space exploration, too much is being spent on fighting each other over silly ancient arguments. --

    I realize what I said isn't easy and has been said before many times, but hey if everyone says it maybe it will stick, like that religion shite did all them years ago.

  • tecknos africa
    tecknos africa 4 months ago

    Safest ? I doubt it . what if parachute compartment door is damaged and cant open ? or some debris coming from nowhere hit the parachute the instant it starts to deploy ? I suggest you had retro thrusters capability in case of parachute failure and air bags . Sorry , for me your systems is not the safest , because it rely on parachutes only

    • jimmyfly
      jimmyfly Month ago

      tecknos africa - you want to add weight, time, money, and explosives “just in case” the parachutes fail.
      Please list all of the rocket capsule parachute failures so we can evaluate if it’s worth it.

    • tecknos africa
      tecknos africa Month ago

      @jimmyfly human body itself is complex , the universe is complex and so far it hasn't collapsed . we don't have to fear complexity when it comes to safety . In the decades to come , capsule crew will thank people who created complex emergency system in their capsule , because it'll save their life . I forgot , fighter jets pilots many of them got their life saved thanks to ejecting seat ...

    • jimmyfly
      jimmyfly Month ago

      tecknos africa - so add more weight and more complexity and more explosives, and doing that would require another chute making the chute system more complex and more likely to fail?
      🙄

  • Josef Stalin
    Josef Stalin 4 months ago

    Congrats, this billions or millions of dollars are Being good spended...

    • okay, buddy retard !
      okay, buddy retard ! 4 months ago

      The US spent trillions of dollars on the F-35 fighter jet and you're complaining about sending people to space?

  • Mr. Rabbit
    Mr. Rabbit 4 months ago

    Looking for a programmer maybe?

  • dexter gamingmc
    dexter gamingmc 4 months ago

    Stuff like this keeps me alive. Thank you EVERYONE and anyone that has or is working at SpaceX.

  • Виктор Мантач

    it's incredibly beautiful

  • Jon A
    Jon A 4 months ago +2

    Just the engineering a quad shoot deploy is mind boggling

  • A Gamer?
    A Gamer? 4 months ago

    3.. 2.. 1...- *Liftoff!!*- Uh.. *DROPDOWN!!!!

  • DOPEdude 909
    DOPEdude 909 4 months ago +1

    This does put a smile on my face...

  • Ahmad waleed Al-zubi
    Ahmad waleed Al-zubi 4 months ago

    00:31 that's jellyfish

  • Dan & the Dogs Adventures

    i wonder if we could send 10 or 20 loads of stuff we'd need for mars into orbit around earth then send up the main ship join them all up and tow them like a train of truck and trailer,

    • Dan & the Dogs Adventures
      Dan & the Dogs Adventures 4 months ago

      @Fred Cink just read a quick article on ESA about L2, yes mate gonna read up on it, cheers mate 🍺

    • Dan & the Dogs Adventures
      Dan & the Dogs Adventures 4 months ago

      @Fred Cink thanks

    • Fred Cink
      Fred Cink 4 months ago +1

      Assembly in Earth orbit is the perfect first step... but Google "Earth-Moon L2." Transferring all craft, cargo, fuel and crew to THAT point before a trans Mars burn is the key to reducing costs/time/fuel/hazards on a manned Mars mission. Once at EML2 everything is already moving at very nearly Earth escape velocity. A short burn from that point lets you get a gravity assist from the moon, then another gravity assist from the Earth. Just after the main burn at perigee, the booster (google Advanced Cryogenic Evolved Stage) is separated, does a short burn and returns to EML2 to be refueled and used again... just like Musk recovering and reusing the Falcon 9 boosters.

  • vexonica 02
    vexonica 02 4 months ago +1

    Parachute that deploy parachute
    "When you take safety as number one priority"

  • BurrFan
    BurrFan 4 months ago

    So bad ass

  • Gaurav Nema
    Gaurav Nema 4 months ago

    Dope

  • None Yun
    None Yun 4 months ago

    2:11 love the shadows going 2 different directions. Reminds of the Apollo missions! Faking space for half a century! 2:12 is even funnier! How do you explain away the changing ground appearances between 2:12 and 2:13? ROFLAO

    • okay, buddy retard !
      okay, buddy retard ! 4 months ago

      What shadows going different directions? If you look in the bottom left you'll see they're different tests. They land in different spots.

  • Daffy
    Daffy 4 months ago

    SpaceX hasn't played tuber simulator yet...

  • Sydney Shorltz
    Sydney Shorltz 4 months ago +5

    Let's start a trend typing #Mars2024. On every video we click on. We need to spread awareness if the HUMAN species is going to be living on a diffrent planet. Copy paste below if you want.
    #Mars2024. This is a trend about humans reaching mars. Copy paste to spread popularity.

  • Lps Princess
    Lps Princess 4 months ago

    В

  • Seth Soarenson
    Seth Soarenson 4 months ago

    Parachute technology has come such a long way since I was little and jumping off the roof with an umbrella

  • Carlos esteban
    Carlos esteban 4 months ago

    Earth is flat

  • Vagner Santos moraes
    Vagner Santos moraes 4 months ago

    Br

  • Ian Oomen
    Ian Oomen 4 months ago

    There is ofcourse a difference between opening a parachute at 50 m/s and opening at 200 m/s when reenterig

  • Jonas Milving
    Jonas Milving 4 months ago +1

    Sender en op i rummet i år eller bliver det først til næste år