Live Broadcast: Atlas V AEHF-6

Watch live as ULA's Atlas V rocket lifts off from Cape Canaveral with the AEHF-6 mission for the U.S. Space Force Space and Missile Systems Center.

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  • Atlas V AEHF-6 is awesome rocket 👑💕💕🇺🇸

    Manjit SinghManjit SinghVor 18 Tage
  • I hope the issue gets resolved. You guys have a ton of computers wow! Amazing technology!

    Blair RomaineBlair RomaineVor 20 Tage
  • I love rockets! I can't wait for this one to blast off!

    Blair RomaineBlair RomaineVor 20 Tage
  • Glad to see you finally spending money on space, the collapse of the Soviet Union and the end of the "space race", ceased government funds and halted our technological advancements considerably. Good to see you yanks finally investing in space again.

    Comrade HellasComrade HellasVor 25 Tage
  • mannn that thing took off real quick. Russian rocket engines are pretty cool,

    papinbalapapinbalaVor 26 Tage
  • Love the animations and graphics you guys added for the launch coverage. Really adds to the experience. Keep at it.

    evman1396evman1396Vor 27 Tage
  • Hate to say but when they weren't concentrating on the rocket the video felt like one long advertisement for ULA.

    Jasz JayJasz JayVor Monat
  • Great work America, from your fellow Australians!!!

    stihl88stihl88Vor Monat
  • So is your rocket heading towards Comet Atlas? It's been a couple of weeks now since launch and apparently the Comet Atlas is braking up, after 1000s of years. Just a coincidence I'm sure !

    DownUnderDownUnderVor Monat
  • End of the video: 2:16:45

    Ryan DRyan DVor Monat
  • ill say this. nice graphics. To see the trajectory and what needs to happen is just way off. I can't believe that at 20 points of what this needs to accomplish, that their are no problems

    Elephant In The Room SahibElephant In The Room SahibVor Monat
  • And a few days later the ATLAS comet breaks up........ coincidence?

    Sarah CartwrightSarah CartwrightVor Monat
  • Brought to you by Acme products.. beep beep

    Carl BoucherCarl BoucherVor 2 Monate
  • Yasso at 1 minute and 49 seconds we got to switch to the cartoon

    Carl BoucherCarl BoucherVor 2 Monate
  • I'm at 1 hour and 40 minutes into this video .. and they're launching a satellite? And they want us to believe 60 years ago they had three guys in the top of that rocket and they said hey light this candle.. in Russia puts man space Rockets back and forth to the ISS on a regular basis.. what happened to high altitude weather balloon

    Carl BoucherCarl BoucherVor 2 Monate
  • 1 minute and 38 seconds.. every American citizen in taxpayer that funded this..NOGO!! Communication loan launch we have a no go !!! Yeah they pulled all the funding because they would rather have the Walmart shelves stocked with food then a space force satellite.. Rodger that.. Mission Control went to Walmart yesterday and tried to buy a ham for Easter and they wanted like $60 no joke look it up yeah maybe we should aboart this 300 trillion dollar mission?? Now there ain't no ham in space we all eat Mana.. and if we ain't got no space program we ain't got no jobs and if we ain't got no war and fear we ain't got no jobs..

    Carl BoucherCarl BoucherVor 2 Monate
  • It's weird how the American space force as all of these glitches with unmanned launchers.. but we pay the Russians billions of dollars as well as every other country that goes to the National Space Station... and they haven't reported one problem in 25 years?? Imagine that a cold war country that was devastated financially are you responsible for the first lower Earth orbit research lab??? And we went to the moon how many times but we can't get a freaking rocket carrying a satellite off without a hitch United States space force more like the United States space.. cash register !!!every second that clicks bye. Every 24 hours the American taxpayer funds the fake Space Program to the tune of fivehundred million dollars Plus.. look it up do the research do the math..

    Carl BoucherCarl BoucherVor 2 Monate
    • “They haven’t reported one problem in 25 years”. So I guess you haven’t heard of Soyuz MS-10? Problems are always encountered. Problems are what causes success.

      StagearooStagearooVor 20 Tage
  • 52 minutes and 28 seconds..lol.. this is atlas Mission Control..??yeah okay.. she's in control all right!! the team is working on fixing that hydraulic thing that went wrong.. they're up there with the pipe wrenches working on all that Hydraulics stuff that went wrong with this 20 billion dollar space force rocket... hydraulic failure.. I mean hey what do you expect it didn't cost us any money.. and reality if this thing goes off as planned I'm probably going to be out of a job and so will a lot of other people... it's like putting the last beam in a high-rise.. once this done and it's over now what do we do?? Oh wait we got to build another bigger battle rocket to go further and put satellites to look at our satellites to look at us satellites look at us LMFAO it's Star Trek in the space Federation... and those are the exact images we get... it's photoshopped because cuz it has to be!!

    Carl BoucherCarl BoucherVor 2 Monate
  • Is too bad these people can't wrap their heads around that 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 hundred years ago there were human beings living all around where this rocket is being launched living in harmony with nature and each other yeah there were skirmishes yeah people probably died.. but they had no need for Rockets they had no need for a space force.. 250 years and we went from a constitution that provided for a armed militia to protect against a tyrannical government.. with your founding fathers sore with the way England and France were conducting each other regardless of the fact that we committed genocide on a race of indigenous North American people.. yeah whatever we need rockets and a space force.. are you serious research your history this is what Germany wanted this is what Hitler wanted.. that tiny little country.. they were Global back in the day!! Do the research from Egypt to Nepal to Chile Antarctica ,,Arctica Hitler and Germany wanted to control the world.. and what happened??? Genghis Khan wanted to control the world??? And what happened?? Napoleon wanted to control the world!! And what happened you want to turn a recorded history clock a little bit back?? They want to tell you Alexandra wanted to conquer the world!! What happened?? You want to get religious?? Every religion wants to tell you believe what we say it is written?? Guess what.. none of these religions not one of these accepted religions Catholic Muslim Judaism Hinduisum... can explain or Justify why men Abuse women.. and wage war on each other and kill each other...

    Carl BoucherCarl BoucherVor 2 Monate
  • At 14 minutes and 48 seconds.. nobody recognizes that symbol?? Everybody on Star Trek was wearing that same emblem 30 years ago.. it's been happening for thousands of years.. turning stories fables in science fiction into reality.... element 115 in the movies they call it unobtainium.. cheddar baby..

    Carl BoucherCarl BoucherVor 2 Monate
    • Amen, brother...preach on. Awaken these deluded sheep.

      Faul RevereFaul RevereVor Monat
  • I wonder why none of this is ever on mainstream news??? CNN MSNBC Exedra.. they may have covered it in like 30 second newsbytes but.. they never research it detail it who's paying for it what's it for.. why hasn't CNN done a poll on how many United States Tax paying citizens have ever heard of the space force??

    Carl BoucherCarl BoucherVor 2 Monate
  • Hello united launch alliance Atlas V aehf-6 is amazing

    Harjit singhHarjit singhVor 2 Monate
  • LMAO! Y’all believe this? How come we didn’t see it leave the firmament? I’d like to see that... or maybe it’s just within it. Any who I’m ready for the hate.

    Erendira LoveErendira LoveVor 2 Monate
    • I'm with you, Ms. Love...these people are strongly deluded. I've seen more realistic cartoons. Are we really supposed to believe what we're seeing at 149:05 and beyond is in any way real? What a joke...utterly laughable. NASA = N.ever A. S.traight A.nswer.

      Faul RevereFaul RevereVor Monat
  • WWG1WGA GOD BLESS OUR PATRIOTS WE LOVE YOU ALL

    soldavsoldavVor 2 Monate
  • Why is the fat chick talking about chicken rotisserie in front of a green screen?? pffft.

    Raf GiraffeRaf GiraffeVor 2 Monate
  • Cool. You can do alot with this system. For example wavepropagation with ULF or UHF to ressonate with the frequency that makes human eyeballs shake. You could blind 1/64th of the planet at any one time. You can find that frequency from that experimental supersonic (US) airplane that created that frequency with its landingear. The frequency should be found in both the high and low band. Good luck

    CryptonitorCryptonitorVor 2 Monate
  • No space marines. No troop transporter. No military space plane. Just a communications satellite. Somewhat underwhelming for a space force, one might say.

    Flavius TodoriusFlavius TodoriusVor 2 Monate
  • Did anyone else happen to notice at T+6:40 the first stage almost hit something on the way down.

    Robert JoyalRobert JoyalVor 2 Monate
  • Seeing that Soviet tech pushing a US Space Force payload into orbit is kind of weird. In 1983 I was 13 in the UK and it was quite heated in the Cold War with the Pershing deployments and The Day After movie scaring the crap out of us etc. I would never have guessed this was coming. That, or being in Covid-19 total lock down here in NZ. P.S. I remember when the US and the Soviets cooperated in space during the Cold War. It was like 'hey, maybe we won't nuke each other after all". I am not sure how I feel about Space Force. Seems a bit like Reagan's Star Wars to me, which in hindsight increased danger, rather than decreasing it (The Soviets had to look for ways around it, which led to intensification of the nuclear arms race, which has also now happened with Russia as they look to keep their nuclear deterrent viable in the face of US missile shields etc).

    Aquila RossaAquila RossaVor 2 Monate
  • AEHF-6 Launch Highlights

    Ethan AlexanderEthan AlexanderVor 2 Monate
  • Can only imagine how it feels to be involved in this line of work

    Larry ManleyLarry ManleyVor 2 Monate
  • Three questions. With the obvious amount of fuel we can see needed even just to launch, how does the rocket not run out of fuel in minutes let alone be able to fly at such high speeds for days? Why does a General have a scratched out Air Force badge? And three, why did it switch into a cartoon?

    Saturday SurfSaturday SurfVor 2 Monate
  • Amanda, I want your voice in my sat nav

    CorporaalCorporaalVor 2 Monate
  • That looks so real, it's got to be fake.

    Zane GilleyZane GilleyVor 2 Monate
    • And Elon has absolutely nothing to do with ULA. Waste your time somewhere else. Accept the fact that this is real.

      StagearooStagearooVor 20 Tage
    • Well said...Elon Musk is a cretinous psychopath.

      Faul RevereFaul RevereVor Monat
  • ULA is A Ripoff

    kerry griffinkerry griffinVor 2 Monate
  • The first launch of The United States Space Force, and I don't know whether to applaud or be nervous.

    Oakley SierneyOakley SierneyVor 2 Monate
  • Headed for the Bermuda triangle I assume

    judgementcanadajudgementcanadaVor 2 Monate
  • A shame the rocket and launch had to be plastered with Donald trump’s vanity project.

    Scott GrimmettScott GrimmettVor 2 Monate
  • what happens ? i can't wait all day .... fuuuu

    eduardo vergaraeduardo vergaraVor 2 Monate
  • USA! USA USA! Old glory is back!! Here we go bitches! How you like them apples now!

    Joe RendonJoe RendonVor 2 Monate
  • lol @ the general with the scuffed "US Air Force" patch. Couldn't be assed to get Space Force ones made?

    meepmeepVor 2 Monate
  • Some more cameras would be nice and some better CGI LOL

    DaveDaveVor 2 Monate
  • get up there and Rock he free world!

    bitterchildbitterchildVor 2 Monate
  • Damn that's a big rocket and fairing.. Wow. That thrust on liftoff is AMAZING.

    eclipsio redstone YTeclipsio redstone YTVor 2 Monate
  • 😎, Keep-up the good work and God bless you 👍

    lova Ravonimanantsoalova RavonimanantsoaVor 2 Monate
  • Good Job as usual 👏🏻!

    Javier VazquezJavier VazquezVor 2 Monate
  • NOOOOOOOOOO I MISSED IT >:(

    Genesis StudiosGenesis StudiosVor 2 Monate
  • Congratulations Sarah!

    C.A. BeckC.A. BeckVor 2 Monate
  • Amanda, you do a great job! I'm sticking with ULA commentary on all ULA launches from now on. Keep up the good work!

    iRangoTangoiRangoTangoVor 2 Monate
  • But it will have to turn parallel to the earth when it is out of sight or it will hit the dome and blow to smithereens ?

    allneideraudioallneideraudioVor 2 Monate
    • Well said!

      Faul RevereFaul RevereVor Monat
    • wow it is !!

      allneideraudioallneideraudioVor 2 Monate
  • Musk could have done it for half the price in a tenth of the time.

    Bill MarcyBill MarcyVor 2 Monate
    • No he couldn't because SpaceX doesn't integrate the payload in the correct orientation

      Aaron JacobsAaron JacobsVor 2 Monate
  • lovely (slow clap) yes .... just lovely (slow clap with sarcasm). I do love science. But, wouldn't one think you could delay this until we've fixed our global case of virus lice?

    DKS 001DKS 001Vor 2 Monate
    • The people carrying out this mission aren’t going to be fighting the virus, so why would they cause a major delay for no reason? This takes months of work and planning ahead of time. Life still can, and has to go on you know.

      Robert Ortiz-WilsonRobert Ortiz-WilsonVor 2 Monate
  • Despite the pandemic, continued progress by investing in science. Space research is not a waste of resources...think microchip....GPS tech...insulation...thermodynamics...making life easier for all mankind.

    Oscar GoldmanOscar GoldmanVor 2 Monate
    • DavidSharon Sherburne uhh yeah it’s a device

      FreedomAviationFreedomAviationVor 29 Tage
    • Oscar Goldman ...... yes and losing all our privileges and privacy. Alexa,phone ,iPad know exactly where I am..

      DavidSharon SherburneDavidSharon SherburneVor 2 Monate
    • Very true.

      Robert Ortiz-WilsonRobert Ortiz-WilsonVor 2 Monate
  • United States Space Force aka USSF, looks suspiciously similar to USSR. Hmmmmm.

    Riken ChapaneriRiken ChapaneriVor 2 Monate
    • Union of Soviet Socialist Forces

      Damir AsanovDamir AsanovVor 2 Monate
    • United states space regiment is next!

      Soviet RussiaSoviet RussiaVor 2 Monate
    • Shut up ding dong. We've had a "space force" for a long time, just not under this name.

      MrBen527MrBen527Vor 2 Monate
  • congratulations ULA and to Air Force the Mighty ATLAS soars again on the final flight of the AEHF system. Next up Starliner.

    Aaron Peavler/Geomodelrailroader Railroad PhotographyAaron Peavler/Geomodelrailroader Railroad PhotographyVor 2 Monate
    • I’m not sure what you mean by this.

      StagearooStagearooVor Monat
    • @Stagearoo Or Star Trek? As in FAKE AS F_CK?

      Faul RevereFaul RevereVor Monat
    • Not Starliner yet! Next ULA launch is USSF-7 with the X-37B space plane

      Phillipsturtles123Phillipsturtles123Vor 2 Monate
    • Don’t you mean Starfleet?

      StagearooStagearooVor 2 Monate
    • Space Force, my friend. Not Air Force.

      John SmithJohn SmithVor 2 Monate
  • Congratulations and thanks for the video.

    ridethetsunamiridethetsunamiVor 2 Monate
  • Absolutely disgusting. A dark day for us all.

    taschua33taschua33Vor 2 Monate
    • not at all, but thanks for sharing your thoughts.

      SeekD90SeekD90Vor 2 Monate
    • Huh? Why?

      Robert Ortiz-WilsonRobert Ortiz-WilsonVor 2 Monate
    • taschua33 why?

      Jake HillJake HillVor 2 Monate
  • MAGA2020

    FaqUrNwoBSFaqUrNwoBSVor 2 Monate
    • Space Force all the way!

      Robert Ortiz-WilsonRobert Ortiz-WilsonVor 2 Monate
  • my classmate did this

    Ayden BernalAyden BernalVor 2 Monate
  • الصاروخ ده طلع من اجل ايه!؟

    Saeed MohamedSaeed MohamedVor 2 Monate
  • Only women going in to space???

    Viking BudViking BudVor 2 Monate
  • 1:17:15 Atlas Mission Control: "The issue that seem to be caused by a bad amplifier card on a ground system hydraulic pump controller."

    Ahmad HarumanAhmad HarumanVor 2 Monate
  • trillions of dolars in army and a russian agent in White House.... great job guys

    Dmytro PickyDmytro PickyVor 2 Monate
    • What are you even talking about?

      Robert Ortiz-WilsonRobert Ortiz-WilsonVor 2 Monate
  • lol nice cartoons

    zproxyzproxyVor 2 Monate
  • What's with the large black plume that appears to be coming from the engine? (seen after SRB jettison around 1:46:33 and onwards)

    Paul RobinsonPaul RobinsonVor 2 Monate
    • These engines run propellant rich - so, as they leave the atmosphere there is no longer enough on-board oxygen to entirely combust all of the propellant. What you see is essentially soot. At lower altitudes atmospheric oxygen ensures a complete, and clean(er) burn.

      Richard CarnahanRichard CarnahanVor 2 Monate
    • If I'm not mistaken, I believe that's the engine exhaust. You can see the same thing really clearly with SpaceX launches. If you notice, as the rocket's altitude increases, the exhaust starts to fan out. Someone correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe that the lack of air pressure at higher altitudes causes at least some exhaust to escape sideways.

      Kacey ParkinsonKacey ParkinsonVor 2 Monate
  • super my from argentinian

    SOY OSQUI Y CATALITA ES NUESTRA LUZ *SOY OSQUI Y CATALITA ES NUESTRA LUZ *Vor 2 Monate
  • Space force is a waste of US time and money

    Montydog9Montydog9Vor 2 Monate
    • No, it’s not. China’s already been getting more aggressive with their ambitions in space. The US can’t afford to just let China and Russia become dominant in space, unopposed. THAT would be the real danger. Protection is always needed. Don’t start trying to react when it’s too late, prepare and deter others from taking aggressive action through peaceful strength.

      Robert Ortiz-WilsonRobert Ortiz-WilsonVor 2 Monate
    • All they did was rename the Air Force Space Command and reorganize it into a separate , independent force.

      Alan MacphailAlan MacphailVor 2 Monate
  • how different is the Atlas V airframe from the original SM-65 ICBM platform

    IYAAYASIYAAYASVor 2 Monate
    • @RWBHere That's correct, because even though they were designed and built during the cold war they *were* still the best engines on the planet. Until a few years ago.Wait till you see what's coming. :D

      Douglas CurtisDouglas CurtisVor 2 Monate
    • @RWBHere I knew that, just curious about the airframe itself

      IYAAYASIYAAYASVor 2 Monate
    • The first major difference is that it uses Soviet era Russian rocket motors in its first stage. That's ironic.

      RWBHereRWBHereVor 2 Monate
  • Well done

    Rudi Van de ReepRudi Van de ReepVor 2 Monate
  • Amazing launch and footage. Lets get some 2nd stage live video feeds in the future. :D

    Justin HaightJustin HaightVor 2 Monate
    • I believe they are not allowed to show footage under national security guidelines around payload, altitude, etc. (for this particular mission)

      Elliot HackerElliot HackerVor 2 Monate
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