Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich Mission

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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


  • Matias Aldonate
    Matias AldonateDag siden

    Well technically too embarrasing to launch a rocket and control the livestream better a arianespace launch.

    AJIN VIJAYAN9 dager siden

    why nasa is here lol

  • BlazinChris P
    BlazinChris P19 dager siden

    why was nobody as happy as i expected?

  • Fernando Ribeiro
    Fernando Ribeiro19 dager siden

    Launch: 37:04

  • Luke Nathan De Lazo
    Luke Nathan De Lazo21 dag siden

    39:36 woe

  • Kenny Yoo
    Kenny YooMåned siden

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  • jung phasma
    jung phasmaMåned siden

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  • Scott Sutcliffe
    Scott SutcliffeMåned siden

    Why do we need people talking over the video. I would much rather hear the control/launch team and the vehicle itself. They completely talked over the landing.

  • TotallyNotMe
    TotallyNotMeMåned siden

    A, what is this trash and B, for my sake never let NASA manage your live coverages again

  • ali sha
    ali shaMåned siden

    The evanescent denim proportionately crush because cow reilly harm below a wakeful baritone. five, cowardly flax

  • Riad Echahbouni
    Riad EchahbouniMåned siden

    Before I watched the video I scrolled down to read the comments and saw all the criticism, and I thought "It can't be that horrible". I watched the video. It was horrible.

  • world of music
    world of musicMåned siden

    a booster lands on the land after a long time

  • JC
    JCMåned siden

    That plastic partition was a joke. I’m sure that stopped all kinds of Covie 🫂😂

  • jcoghill2
    jcoghill2Måned siden

    Booster landing at 45:29. Completely surprised me, more like shook me to the core. I think of all the eyewitness accounts of Gods arriving and they always arrive from the sky with fire and thunder. I never understood the thunder part until I saw this video.

  • Fabio Ferreira Gomes
    Fabio Ferreira GomesMåned siden


  • I Was Just Wondering
    I Was Just WonderingMåned siden

    Though the quality wasn't good, it was more technical.

  • Aiden jans Gaming
    Aiden jans GamingMåned siden

    IT was not terrible this can be because spacex doesnt wanna do its stream AND DONT SAY THAT IS TERRIBLE. SPACEX WAS HAPPY FOR THEM

  • Jacob Cooper VFX
    Jacob Cooper VFXMåned siden

    Where's the telemetry?

  • D&C Wolfboys
    D&C WolfboysMåned siden

    @spacex please don’t let nasa do your streams they do it more awkwardly

  • Alan Mitchell
    Alan MitchellMåned siden

    I have to agree on the quality. Did someone shoot this on their old flip-phone? And, out of curiosity, the guy was talking about global warming but sending a satillite into orbit to study it? That rocket shot produced as much Carbon Footprint as my car would in two centuries!

  • Josh Coomber
    Josh CoomberMåned siden

    Looks like they got Clark Kent in to commentate this one :P

  • Jake Worthington
    Jake WorthingtonMåned siden

    Dear NASA, Shut your pie holes! The magic of spacex is their no nonsense no fluff commentary. This was way too overbearing and kinda unsatisfying. But im only one person, what can i do?

  • sehhi vooty
    sehhi vootyMåned siden

    That broadcast was terrible. It felt like it was done by a morning tv show. Even the liftoff had the NASA cringey “blah blah blah to benefit all humanity”.

  • elias
    eliasMåned siden

    1:35:40 she was pissed off when the comantator was switching to the seperation

  • b9y
    b9yMåned siden

    Where on earth is the trajectory info?!

  • MSgt Baca
    MSgt BacaMåned siden

    You would think they could use GOOD cameras on the ground that don't malfunction on landing every single time.

  • sehhi vooty

    sehhi vooty

    Måned siden

    This is like watching my PLTR stocks take off. Amazing

  • vbddfy euuyt
    vbddfy euuytMåned siden

    Confused as there's no graphics on screen, no countdown nothing. NASA please let SpaceX do the commentary in future.

  • God Father Gaming
    God Father GamingMåned siden

    He is legend in this era

  • Fun is the reason
    Fun is the reasonMåned siden

    Where is the rocket😐

  • nieooj gotoy
    nieooj gotoyMåned siden

    When a rocket launch becomes a school assembly.

  • Syafiq Aziz
    Syafiq AzizMåned siden

    All mutants musk be hiding now

  • vbddfy euuyt

    vbddfy euuyt

    Måned siden

    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 wh

  • D&C Wolfboys
    D&C WolfboysMåned siden


  • D&C Wolfboys
    D&C WolfboysMåned siden

    Everyone Spam F For Nasa

  • D&C Wolfboys
    D&C WolfboysMåned siden

    Worst Stream Ever Firstly Random Sh*t talking Secondly u didn't show the full coverage Of the rocket separating Never Let Nasa Do it

  • nieooj gotoy

    nieooj gotoy

    Måned siden

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

  • Noham Deshayes
    Noham DeshayesMåned siden

    French satellite in falcon9 who !

  • omega Ω
    omega ΩMåned siden

    We must upgrade. Our dreams come true.

  • maigretus1
    maigretus1Måned siden

    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?

  • ياعلي مدد
    ياعلي مددMåned siden


  • John Schneider
    John SchneiderMåned siden

    Great job!!!

  • Kray(1)
    Kray(1)Måned siden

    Alright next time SpaceX handles everything

  • Dan Carlo Rata
    Dan Carlo Rata2 måneder siden

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

  • J
    J2 måneder siden 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.

  • 1 9 8 0
    1 9 8 02 måneder siden

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

  • Saturn V
    Saturn V2 måneder siden

    How not to do webcast in a nutshell.

    MINZU2 måneder siden

    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!

  • TeachMeTheGuitar
    TeachMeTheGuitar2 måneder siden

    Holy cow, who was cutting this stream?

  • PanichapnCD
    PanichapnCD2 måneder siden

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

  • Pilot Steve
    Pilot Steve2 måneder siden

    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...

  • ewa kii
    ewa kii2 måneder siden

    Don't let Nasa manage your broadcasts

  • Musicman 3rd class
    Musicman 3rd class2 måneder siden

    Please provide timeline in the description box or in the comment box from next vesios.It's useful for impatient viewers like me

  • Space Fella
    Space Fella2 måneder siden

    Smooth landing. Shame the vid froze.

  • Jaber Jb
    Jaber Jb2 måneder siden

    Our Sports channel in Bangladesh 🇧🇩 has better streaming quality and setup than this.

  • Jaber Jb
    Jaber Jb2 måneder siden

    NASA's broadcasting setup is garbage. Please hand it over to spaceX already.

  • dan carlo rata
    dan carlo rata2 måneder siden

    NASA and ESA Made the 1st Sentinel-6A Micheal Freilich Sea-Satellite for SpaceX Falcon 9 Launch Prepare.

    SCIEKIMIKE2 måneder siden

    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.

  • miko foin
    miko foin2 måneder siden

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

  • Zaheer Sarang
    Zaheer Sarang2 måneder siden

    NASA really butchered the stream. The launch was incredible as usual though to props to SpaceX

  • Ray G
    Ray G2 måneder siden

    Relax, guys. There are plenty of SpaceX-managed Falcon launches to watch on NOlocal.

  • miko foin

    miko foin

    2 måneder siden

    This was the best NASA could do? Wow. At least everyone at SpaceX can and does better with their livestreams.

  • Jaidon Smith
    Jaidon Smith2 måneder siden


  • SyNc Life!
    SyNc Life!2 måneder siden

    Can we have telemetry data of both stages after seperation next time?

  • 기훈김의 프로그래밍
    기훈김의 프로그래밍2 måneder siden


  • BNSF1995
    BNSF19952 måneder siden

    Picture-perfect day for a launch and landing.

  • pc7zz
    pc7zz2 måneder siden

  • exposed goldigger
    exposed goldigger2 måneder siden

    Nice 👌😌

  • exposed goldigger
    exposed goldigger2 måneder siden


  • Alain Church
    Alain Church2 måneder siden

    I tough it was Jessie voice... no... it was Jessie itself, enjoying herself off duty :-D - missing her BTW -

  • jack gilloway
    jack gilloway2 måneder siden

    Worst ever. NASA does a crap job with streams. Please leave it to SpaceX they know what they are doing.

  • Botir Shokamolov
    Botir Shokamolov2 måneder siden

    They have changes the cameras, right? For more megapixel quality ones))

  • dolita windo
    dolita windo2 måneder siden

    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!

  • Martin e
    Martin e2 måneder siden

    Exaust tube

  • Six
    Six2 måneder siden

    bet you 20mil$ space force is doing something. bye bye google

  • Teddy Escobar
    Teddy Escobar2 måneder siden

    NASA Just screwed this up for me...urrrrgh!!

  • Matt Chaffe
    Matt Chaffe2 måneder siden

    This was the best NASA could do? Wow. At least everyone at SpaceX can and does better with their livestreams.

  • dolita windo

    dolita windo

    2 måneder siden

    That was pretty great really.

    MAKE KERALA GREAT AGAIN2 måneder siden

    28:12 Its sad she couldn’t see it this time too.

    MAKE KERALA GREAT AGAIN2 måneder siden

    30:20 When they went to the Moon in 1969, they landed there Manually, right.

  • James Jian
    James Jian2 måneder siden

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

  • Alexander Hamilton
    Alexander Hamilton2 måneder siden

    That was wonderful, perfect and amazing. Thank you.

  • Joey Jamison
    Joey Jamison2 måneder siden

    Well, I'm glad the launch went better than the commentary.

  • Christian Laursen
    Christian Laursen2 måneder siden

    Glad the flimsy plastic piece between the hosts was up!

  • Teddy Ng
    Teddy Ng2 måneder siden

    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

  • pcmaster888
    pcmaster8882 måneder siden

    I like the SpaceX produced streams a lot better.

  • pcmaster888


    2 måneder siden

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

  • slothomatic
    slothomatic2 måneder siden

    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

  • Reluctant Enthusiast
    Reluctant Enthusiast2 måneder siden

    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.

  • Pintuxo
    Pintuxo2 måneder siden

    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!

  • SohaibSdq
    SohaibSdq2 måneder siden

    I'm curious what happened with the *second stage* after separation?

  • E. Rose

    E. Rose

    2 måneder siden

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

  • Benjamin D
    Benjamin D2 måneder siden

    That was pretty great really.

  • Christopher Lawley
    Christopher Lawley2 måneder siden

    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 !!!

  • Cornholio777
    Cornholio7772 måneder siden

    Boeing is no where to be seen on space

  • Tater Rogers
    Tater Rogers2 måneder siden

    Please stick with the same commentators! The regular commentators are really good.

  • Eric Markson
    Eric Markson2 måneder siden

    NASA should never do these again. Bring back SpaceX media team.

  • Skatty
    Skatty2 måneder siden

    Why does that guy look like Clark Kent lmao

  • doire aintu

    doire aintu

    2 måneder siden

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

  • Ecuatoriano en Irlanda
    Ecuatoriano en Irlanda2 måneder siden

    did anyone see the moving objects from minute 2:12:50 ? at the moment when the satellite separates

  • Mike Dude
    Mike Dude2 måneder siden

    This was painful to watch.. omg these people.... Please never do this again

  • Bilim, uzay ve ilginç bilgiler
    Bilim, uzay ve ilginç bilgiler2 måneder siden

    Haydi elon haydi elon haydii. Tam zamanı tam zamaı şimdi

  • Manuscript Films
    Manuscript Films2 måneder siden

    That. Was. Shit. Why do you exist NASA?

  • John Pearson
    John Pearson2 måneder siden

    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.

  • Chillz Alex

    Chillz Alex

    2 måneder siden


  • wafulawanyama
    wafulawanyama2 måneder siden

    What Happened to the Telemetry Visuals? all missing

  • rach
    rach2 måneder siden

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

  • Viral Hogs
    Viral Hogs2 måneder siden


  • Kenneth James
    Kenneth James2 måneder siden

    Why is the stream so horrible all the sudden? If it ain't broke... ya know?