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Awesome_&_Amazing 14h
First time watching a space craft take off live. Thank you 🙂
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Stephen Marr Apr 17
center core B1055 tipped over due to rough seas. Most of it still remains on board , but the top half is gone.
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David Neal 20h
I mean watching a launch and landing from start to finish is incredible! In the space of 10 minutes the rocket took off from Earth, launched a satellite into orbit and then both side boosters landed back at launch site and the center booster landed on a drone ship!
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Theebeardedbard/VR/AR 1h
3/3 boosters landed you guys are off the porch!!
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Awesome_&_Amazing 14h
Those side engines landing at Cape Canaveral look like Sci-fi 🤔👌🏽
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Borisof007 10h
going 3 for 3 on the landings! Great work to you and all the fine folks at
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Hacemos tu Web 7h
Rocket 5 minutes
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yh 15h
what an amazing accomplishment by NASA
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A rAndom duDe 13h
I've just witnessed 🚀 revolution live what a time to be alive.
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Kacey Mark Apr 22
what a great moment in history.
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Everyday Astronaut 6h
I’m going over some B-Roll from and noticed something on the fairing that I missed in real life. Didn’t honestly notice it!!! Crazy! Thanks for your help 😉
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Casual Spaceman 17h
Replying to @RedsRhetoric
Told you numbers dont lie. It is THE BEST amatuer footage of FH launch on the internet to date, hands down, and that includes the Starman launch. Next FH launch you'll get 2m views. Going to watch it again later for that reason and just because FH is fucking awsome.
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Ankit Gaudani Apr 21
All three boosters recovered successfully what an achievement!!! congratulations. Watched live broadcasting on YouTube.
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