Touchdown! SpaceX Rocket Lands After Launching CRS-19 Mission

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  • SpaceX landed a Falcon 9 rocket first stage on the 'Of Course I Still Love You' drone ship in the Atlantic Ocean on Dec. 5, 2019. The rocket launched the CRS-19 mission to the International Space Station. Full Story: www.space.com/spacx-dragon-crs-19-rocket-launch-landing-success.html
    Weird Science Onboard: www.space.com/spacex-dragon-weird-science-launch-crs-19-webcast.html
    Credit: SpaceX

Comments • 23

  • Chris montgomery
    Chris montgomery 22 days ago

    Fake AF

  • Gryns Žemaitis
    Gryns Žemaitis 2 months ago

    Haha,how convenient,the broadcast interrupted just in the most important place at 1:32

  • RedPilled
    RedPilled 2 months ago +2

    Astromice, very mice!

  • gabe hosier
    gabe hosier 2 months ago

    stanley Kubrick did it better lmfao

  • Splicer Bear
    Splicer Bear 2 months ago

    Right in line with what I expected to see. Space mouse was better though. It was pretty interesting trying to disect how on Earth he was holding on.

  • Splicer Bear
    Splicer Bear 2 months ago

    What did you guys do with space mouse? That's okay, I'm sure no one at all noticed that cut out where the lighting completely changes on the ring and can.

  • גיא כהן
    גיא כהן 2 months ago +1

    Rat or mouse on the spaceship running out of the spaceship or the missile ????? In the first seconds 0:00 to 0:04 , there is some creatures whos running on the boosters on the upper base of the booster. It seems like a rat or mouse/ What is this animal running in space or in spaceship with strong acceleration or de-acceleration. very stange..

  • trodt1 trodt1
    trodt1 trodt1 3 months ago

    Love It...Great Job

  • Slyde InfinitySpinCasts

    Rather an unusual grey compared to the alleged launch photo , maybe it kinda ablates to cool the vapours to allow for less descent fuel , cool as CAL and lovable.

  • Slyde InfinitySpinCasts

    as if that wasn't a shattering moment but sure many might think or get fussy about the bits of silver falling off the booster . Glad it was a really good landing and hopefully nobody thinks that transmission edit was intentional Roswell alien for really nice weather. Maybe a diagnostic on why sometime, I wouldn't know. Almost similar to lights constant from the greater or lesser mass in eight.Exact location and tug details would be better .

  • Joshua Fondrenn
    Joshua Fondrenn 3 months ago +3

    When do the man missions to Mars start

  • babu natarajan
    babu natarajan 3 months ago

    Place a drone camera and shoot this awesome stuff elon. It wont cost much, but helps wipe out suspicions.

  • Ryan Jonas
    Ryan Jonas 3 months ago +1

    Hummmm... lost the feed, but shows it sitting on the pad. Idk...

  • Baffled An'Deranged
    Baffled An'Deranged 3 months ago +1

    Thank you Video from Space 👍 ❤️😊 this is so totally awesome! Yes!🤗💕

  • Joseph shearer
    Joseph shearer 3 months ago +2

    Fake space again

  • raygeeve1
    raygeeve1 3 months ago +4

    Change title to broken video of landing. Misleading title

  • IOnGust
    IOnGust 3 months ago +1

    a very suspicious connection lost. How can we even think that it has actually crashed and a prepared scene has been shown to us

    • Matt Hauth
      Matt Hauth 3 months ago

      IOnGust because in a day or two someone will post video of the barge and rocket coming into port.

  • Uk2014Ch
    Uk2014Ch 3 months ago +5

    FFS... they ALWAY lost signal at the LAST MOMENT !!!... do you really have top notch technology ??? I wonder... hahahah Tsss tssss

    • Uk2014Ch
      Uk2014Ch 3 months ago

      well no... have a look yourself thexvid.com/video/vFwqZ4qAUkE/video.html

    • Thugs Bunny
      Thugs Bunny 3 months ago +3

      Uk2014Ch ah yes that might be because the cameras are far away remember the cameras on the drone ship are right next to the rocket unlike the shuttle cameras which are the size of cars (literally) and very far away

    • Uk2014Ch
      Uk2014Ch 3 months ago

      @Thugs Bunny Well.. I just watched a HD video from the launching of Shuttle more than 10 years ago... not from one angle... but 10+ different angles and no issues at all. No live video for sure but will take just a minute to upload any HD video from the platform. I just wondering... not doubt about the landing at all (as some !!) I just wondering about the use of available technology. Salute !!!

    • Thugs Bunny
      Thugs Bunny 3 months ago +2

      Uk2014Ch i mean if imagine that it pretty hard to keep a camera going when its being blasted with exaused fumes

  • Baloch saab
    Baloch saab 3 months ago +2

    So nice👀👍😄👏❤🌹

  • BDR MONFRERE
    BDR MONFRERE 3 months ago +2

    2 views 6 limes wtf

  • sri ram
    sri ram 3 months ago +2

    👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻

  • Faze_Guy
    Faze_Guy 3 months ago +3

    Wow

  • Atikur Rahaman
    Atikur Rahaman 3 months ago +3

    wow