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Re: NSF Weekly / Spaceflight Update videos
« Reply #40 on: 01/26/2024 06:05 pm »
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Re: NSF Weekly / Spaceflight Update videos
« Reply #41 on: 02/02/2024 07:56 pm »
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This Week In Spaceflight, with Elysia Segal (@elysiasegal) Big Stations on Big Rockets, Shuttle Endeavour's final stacking, and more!

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Re: NSF Weekly / Spaceflight Update videos
« Reply #42 on: 02/09/2024 06:03 pm »


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Elysia Segal brings you the latest spaceflight news: starting with Oleg Kononenko shattering a long-standing human spaceflight record. Meanwhile, SpaceX gears up for an ambitious test of Starship, rolling out for stacked testing in anticipation of its third monumental flight. And not to be overshadowed, SpaceX's PACE mission takes to the skies, embarking on a mission to deepen our understanding of Earth's oceans, clouds, and ecosystems.

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Re: NSF Weekly / Spaceflight Update videos
« Reply #43 on: 02/16/2024 08:07 pm »
This Week in Spaceflight - Feb 23, 2024



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Join Elysia Segal for an electrifying update this week in spaceflight, covering the journey of a new lunar lander to the Moon, Starship's pivotal launch rehearsal, and a historic Falcon 9 launch - its 300th flight! From Blue Origin's New Glenn simulator making its way to the launch pad to classified missions and breakthrough satellite deployments, this episode packs in the latest advancements and milestones in space exploration. Subscribe for weekly insights into the evolving landscape of space travel and stay tuned as we delve into the progress, innovation, and future of humanity's quest beyond Earth.
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Re: NSF Weekly / Spaceflight Update videos
« Reply #44 on: 02/23/2024 06:36 pm »
This Week In Spaceflight - Feb 23, 2024



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Feb 23, 2024
In this week's episode of This Week in Spaceflight, we delve into SpaceX's groundbreaking partnership with the Bahamas for Starlink launches, and the historic lunar landing by Intuitive Machines' Nova-C lander. Plus, updates on Blue Origin's New Glenn testing and other major spaceflight developments. Tune in for all the latest news and insights!


🤵 Hosted by Elysia Segal (@elysiasegal).
🖋️ Written by Alejandro Alcantarilla Romera (@alexphysics13) with Justin Davenport and Martijn Luinstra.
🎥 Footage from: Jack Beyer, Julia Bergeron, Sean Doherty, Max Evans, Nathan Barker, Starbase Live, Space Coast Live, NASA, Blue Origin, Russian Ministry of Defence, SpaceX, Roscosmos, Intuitive Machines, NASA Glenn, Columbia Sportswear, Canadensys Aerospace, Embry-Riddle University, ULA, Chinese Academy of Sciences, ESA, JAXA, ISRO, Rocket Lab.
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Re: NSF Weekly / Spaceflight Update videos
« Reply #45 on: 03/01/2024 04:56 pm »
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Join Jack Beyer (@thejackbeyer) in This Week in Spaceflight, as he discusses India's announced astronauts and even more Moon news.

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Re: NSF Weekly / Spaceflight Update videos
« Reply #46 on: 03/08/2024 07:24 pm »
This Week In Spaceflight - March 8, 2024

https://twitter.com/NASASpaceflight/status/1766197978841129401

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All the latest in spaceflight with Elysia (@elysiasegal), as we close in on the third launch of the world's most powerful rocket.

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In this week's episode of This Week in Spaceflight, SpaceX sets a date for Starship’s next flight, NASA graduates a new class of astronauts, and much more unfolds in the cosmos! Watch to catch up on the latest updates and upcoming launches in the world of space exploration.

SpaceX gears up for an exciting Starship mission, unveiling a faster propellant loading sequence and ambitious test objectives. Meanwhile, NASA celebrates the graduation of a diverse group of astronauts, poised to embark on missions to the International Space Station, Artemis program, and beyond.

But it's not just SpaceX and NASA making headlines - Lockheed Martin announces a major bid to acquire Terran Orbital, a pivotal player in satellite manufacturing and mission operations. Additionally, Gilmour Space receives a landmark license for Australia's first orbital launch facility, marking a significant milestone for the country's space industry.

From the cancellation of NASA's OSAM-1 project to ABL Space Systems' preparations for its second rocket test flight, dive into the latest developments shaping the future of space exploration.

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🤵 Hosted by Elysia Segal
🖋️ Written by Alejandro Alcantarilla Romera (@alexphysics13) with Justin Davenport and Aaron McCrea
🎥 Footage from: BocaChicaGal, Jack Beyer, Sean Doherty, D Wisem ASA, SpaceX, MBRSC, Blue Origin, MAXAR, Terran Orbital, Gilmour Space, gov.uk, ABL Space Systems, SkyFi, Rocket Lab, Pexels.
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💼 Produced by Kevin Michael Reed (@kmreed).

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00:00 Intro
00:33 SpaceX launches Crew-8 mission to the ISS
01:57 Falcon 9 launch of Transporter-10
02:56 Falcon 9 breaks records with another Starlink mission
04:06 Starship has a launch date!
07:50 NASA astronauts graduate, agency opens applications
10:40 New Glenn pathfinder testing complete
11:24 NASA cancels multi-billion program
12:47 Lockheed Martin wants to acquire Terran Orbital
13:45 Gilmour Space receives launch facility license
14:33 ABL preparing for RS1 Flight 2
15:27 March 9th: Kairos Maiden Flight
15:40 March 10th: Falcon 9 launch of Starlink 6-43
15:53 March 11th: Falcon 9 launch of Starlink 7-17
16:00 March 11th: Crew-7 return to Earth
16:16 March 12th: Electron launch of Owl Night Long
16:27 March 13th: Falcon 9 launch of Starlink 6-44
16:37 March 14th: Starship's Third Flight
16:57 Outro
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Re: NSF Weekly / Spaceflight Update videos
« Reply #47 on: 03/15/2024 05:22 pm »


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SpaceX's Starship Achieves New Milestones | This Week In Spaceflight

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15 Mar 2024

In this week's This Week In Spaceflight episode, we review the impressive third flight test of Starship, the amazing views from space, and the Ship's reentry. We also examine the explosive maiden flight of Space One's Kairos rocket, a new crew returning from the ISS, and a lot more!

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🤵 Hosted by Elysia Segal (@elysiasegal)
🖋️ Written by Alejandro Alcantarilla Romera (@alexphysics13) with Justin Davenport, Evan Packer
🎥 Footage from: D Wise, Max Evans, Boca Chica Gal, Sean Doherty, Space Coast Live, Starbase Live, SpaceX, NASA, ABCTVNews,  Rocket Lab, CCTV, CALT, Umbra Space, Stratolaunch.
✂️ Edited by Ryan Caton (@DPodDolphinPro)
💼 Produced by Kevin Michael Reed (@kmreed).

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Timestamps:
00:00 Intro
00:31 Falcon 9 launch of Starlink 6-43
01:03 Falcon 9 launch of Starlink 7-17
01:46 Electron launch of Owl Night Long
02:14 First flight of Kairos ends in spectacular explosion
03:08 Chang Zheng 2C partial failure with DRO-A/B
04:13 Starship launches, achieves "orbital insertion"
10:02 Crew-7 returns from the ISS
11:12 First powered flight of Stratolaunch's Talon
12:14 Starliner delays again but it's not its fault
13:23 March 15th: Falcon 9 launch of Starlink 6-44
13:40 March 19th: Falcon 9 launch of Starlink 7-16
13:51 March 20th: Electron launch of Live and Let Fly
14:05 March 21st: Soyuz 2.1a launch of Soyuz MS-25
14:23 March 21st: Falcon 9 launch of CRS-30
14:42 Outro

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Re: NSF Weekly / Spaceflight Update videos
« Reply #48 on: 03/22/2024 05:33 pm »


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Join Elysia Segal for an action-packed roundup of this week's spaceflight activities. From China's lunar relay satellite launch and Northrop Grumman's intriguing Lunar Railroad study to SpaceX's enigmatic Starlink mission and the long-awaited debut of their crew tower at Cape Canaveral. We're focusing our lens into the highlights of the week, including launches from SpaceX, China's space program, and Rocket Lab's latest classified mission. Stay tuned for insights on NASA's budget proposal for 2025 and what it means for future space exploration. Subscribe and hit the bell to stay updated on all things space!

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Re: NSF Weekly / Spaceflight Update videos
« Reply #49 on: 03/29/2024 05:39 pm »


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Mar 29, 2024

This week in spaceflight has been filled with groundbreaking discoveries and pivotal moments! Join Elysia Segal as we delve into the transformation of an asteroid post-NASA's DART mission, explore new insights into supermassive black holes, and recap a week bustling with launches from around the globe. Discover the resilience of Japan's SLIM lunar lander, the final voyage of ULA's iconic Delta IV Heavy, and France's investment in the future of small satellite launchers. Plus, find out why Boeing is suing Virgin Galactic, how ISRO's spaceplane fared in its second test, and the preparations for NASA's Europa Clipper mission. Tune in for a comprehensive roundup of this week's most compelling spaceflight news and get ready for the exciting launches lined up for next week!


🤵 Hosted by Elysia Segal (@elysiasegal)
🖋️ Written by Alejandro Alcantarilla Romera (@alexphysics13) with John Sharp and Martijn Luinstra.
🎥 Footage from: .Max Evans, D Wise, Space Coast Live, ESO/L. Calçada, N. Risinger (skysurvey.org), DSS, VISTA, VVV Survey/D. Minniti DSS, Nogueras-Lara et al., Schoedel, NACO, GRAVITY Collaboration, EHT Collaboration, NASA, Roscosmos, John Hopkins APL, JAXA, JPL-Caltech, Goddard Spaceflight Center, University of Arizona, SpaceX, CCTV, Latitude, Sirius Space Services, MaiaSpace, ISRO, Virgin Galactic, Airbus, ESA, Intuitive Machines.
✂️ Edited by Ryan Caton (@DPodDolphinPro)
💼 Produced by Kevin Michael Reed (@kmreed).


00:00 Intro
00:28 DART reshaped a whole asteroid!
03:16 Soyuz MS-25 carries a new crew to the ISS
05:05 Falcon 9 launch of Starlink Group 6-42
05:29 Falcon 9 launch of Starlink Group 6-46
07:16 Chang Zheng 6A launch of Yunhai-3-02
07:53 Black Holes are a lot more similar than we thought
10:05 French government hands out contracts to French launch companies
12:42 ISRO tests future spaceplane
13:32 SLIM is back!
14:37 Boeing's lawsuit against Virgin Galactic
16:04 Euclid finally broke the ice
17:24 IM-1 mission officially ended
18:38 Europa Clipper passes pre-launch testing
19:20 March 30th: Falcon 9 launch of Eutelsat 36D
19:36 March 31st: Falcon 9 launch of Starlink Group 6-45
19:48 March 31st: Soyuz 2.1b launch of Resurs-P #4
20:00 April 1st: Final launch of Delta IV Heavy - NROL-70
20:27 One Million Thanks!
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Re: NSF Weekly / Spaceflight Update videos
« Reply #50 on: 04/05/2024 06:36 pm »


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Eclipsing The Ordinary | This Week In Spaceflight

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5 Apr 2024

The latest spaceflight news with Elysia Segal from NSF, covering the buzzing activities of April's first week. Witness SpaceX's Starship gearing up for its fourth majestic flight, NASA's announcement on lunar rover providers, and get prepared for the breathtaking solar eclipse visible over North America. Stay updated with launch records, intriguing rover designs for the moon's harsh terrains, and the much-awaited celestial spectacle. Don't miss out on our detailed coverage and expert analysis on what these developments mean for the future of space exploration.

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🤵 Hosted by Elysia Segal (@elysiasegal)
🖋️ Written by Alejandro Alcantarilla Romera (@alexphysics13) with John Sharp and Evan Packer.
🎥 Footage from: BocaChicaGal, Jack Beyer, Sean Doherty, Max Evans, D Wise, Space Coast Live, Astrolab, Lunar Outpost, Intuitive Machines, Google Earth, NASA, Toyota, Roscosmos, SpaceX, CCTV, Stoke Space, Polaris, Blue Origin, US Air Force, Tory Bruno, ULA
✂️ Edited by Ryan Caton (@DPodDolphinPro)
💼 Produced by Kevin Michael Reed (@kmreed)

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Re: NSF Weekly / Spaceflight Update videos
« Reply #51 on: 04/12/2024 06:30 pm »
SpaceX's Raptor Vacuum Engine in Action! | This Week In Spaceflight - Apr 12, 2024



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Join NSF's Elysia Segal for the spaceflight activities this week! With footage of SpaceX and Launcher engine tests. Watch the Raptor Vacuum and E-2 engines in slow motion and dive into the technical details. Plus, catch up on a series of SpaceX Falcon 9 launches, including the Starlink missions and the historic final Delta IV Heavy launch. Also includes the inspiring total solar eclipse across North America. Don't forget to like, subscribe, and hit the notification bell for more weekly updates!

🤵 Hosted by Elysia Segal (@elysiasegal).
🖋️ Written by Alejandro Alcantarilla Romera (@alexphysics13) with Justin Davenport and Martijn Luinstra.
🎥 Footage from: Jack Beyer, Max Evans, Sean Doherty, John Galloway, D Wise, Space Coast Live, SpaceX, Launcher, Roscosmos, NASA, Sen, VAST, ESA, Rocket Lab, Lunar Outpost, CCTV, Google Earth.
✂️ Edited by Ryan Caton (@DPodDolphinPro).
💼 Produced by Kevin Michael Reed (@kmreed).



00:00 Intro
00:29 SpaceX and Launcher release engine test footage
03:15 Falcon 9 launch of Starlink 8-1
04:36 Falcon 9 launch of Bandwagon-1
06:34 Final Delta IV Heavy launch - NROL-70
08:10 Falcon 9 launch of Starlink 6-48
08:48 First Angara A5 launch from Vostochny
09:43 Falcon 9 launch of USSF-62
10:42 Soyuz MS-24 return to Earth
11:54 2024 North American Total Solar Eclipse
15:21 Vast to use Starlink on its Haven-1 station
16:13 ESA tasks Thales Alenia Space with EDL contract for ExoMars 2028
17:15 Rocket Lab starts offering composite fabrication
18:01 Japan and US collaboration for Artemis
18:48 April 13th: Falcon 9 launch of Starlink Group 6-49
19:15 April 15th: Chang Zheng 2D launch of Unknown
19:27 April 17th: Falcon 9 launch of Starlink Group 6-51
19:39 Outro
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Re: NSF Weekly / Spaceflight Update videos
« Reply #52 on: 04/19/2024 04:56 pm »
NASA's $11 Billion Mars Dilemma | This Week In Spaceflight



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Join Elysia Segal on this special one-year anniversary edition of "This Week in Spaceflight" as we delve into the latest spaceflight news! Discover NASA's latest hurdles with the Mars Sample Return mission, witness Boeing's Starliner being stacked on an Atlas V rocket, and celebrate SpaceX achieving 20 flights with a single Falcon 9 booster. Plus, we'll explore the implications of space debris impacting a home and give you a sneak peek at upcoming launches, including more Starlink missions and international launches. Stay tuned and subscribe to catch all the cosmic developments!

🤵 Hosted by Elysia Segal (@elysiasegal).
🖋️ Written by Alejandro Alcantarilla Romera (@alexphysics13) with Aaron McCrea and Evan Packer.
🎥 Footage from: Max Evans, D Wise, Space Coast Live, NASA JPL, ULA, NASA, SpaceX, JAXA, Roscosmos, Space Pioneer, LANDSPACE, ArianeGroup, ESA, Caltech, LANL/CNES/CNRS, NASA Goddard, Relativity Space, CCTV, Rocket Lab, Xinhua/Wang Jiangbo
✂️ Edited by Ryan Caton (@DPodDolphinPro).
💼 Produced by Kevin Michael Reed (@kmreed).


00:00 Intro
00:29 ISS orbital debris hit a house in Florida
03:32 China's upcoming reusable rockets
06:00 NASA's troubles with Mars Sample Return Mission
09:46 Starliner integrated with Atlas V ahead of Crew Flight Test
11:34 All Ariane 6 testing now complete ahead of debut flight
12:25 Ingenuity's final goodbye... maybe
13:33 NASA confirms Dragonfly mission
14:28 Relativity makes progress at LC-16
15:33 SpaceX flies a Falcon booster for the 20th time
16:21 Chang Zheng 2D launches SuperView Neo 3-01
16:49 Falcon 9 launches Starlink Group 6-51
17:20 Falcon 9 launches Starlink Group 6-52
17:52 April 20th: Chang Zheng 2D launch
18:04 April 22nd: Falcon 9 launch of Starlink 6-53
18:12 April 23rd: Electron launch of Beginning of The Swarm
18:29 April 25th: China's next crewed spaceflight
18:49 April 25th: Russian spacewalk on the ISS
19:06 Outro
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Re: NSF Weekly / Spaceflight Update videos
« Reply #53 on: 05/24/2024 04:49 pm »
Starship's Next Launch Date REVEALED! | This Week In Spaceflight - May 24 2024



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May 24, 2024 Welcome to This Week in Spaceflight! In this episode, we reveal the potential launch date for Starship's next flight following its wet dress rehearsal, Europe's exciting developments with Ariane 6 and ISS cargo missions, and SpaceX's first-of-its-kind mission for the US government. Plus, what happened at McGregor during a Raptor engine test? Stay tuned for all these updates and more!

🔴 Highlights:
* Starship Launch: Completion of wet dress rehearsal and potential launch date.
* European Spaceflight News: Ariane 6 debut, ISS cargo missions, and ExoMars 2028.
* McGregor Test: Explosive Raptor engine test anomaly.

🤵 Hosted by Ryan Caton (@DPodDolphinPro).
🖋️ Written by Alejandro Alcantarilla Romera (@alexphysics13).
🎥 Footage from: BocaChicaGal, Jack Beyer, Ryan Caton, Max Evans, Brady Kenniston, D Wise, Starbase Live, Space Coast Live, ESA, ESA-U, JAXA, NASA Goddard, NOAA, NASA, Rocket Factory Augsburg, The Exploration Company, Space Pioneer, CCTV, SpaceX, Russian Aerospace Forces, Blue Origin, ULA, Rocket Lab.
✂️ Edited by Thomas Hayden.
💼 Produced by Kevin Michael Reed (@kmreed).
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