Watch NASA and SpaceX make second attempt to launch astronauts to space

Saturday now marks the first time in nearly a decade that American astronauts will launch into space from U.S. soil following the postponement of Wednesday’s launch due to weather concerns.
The mission is scheduled to send NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley to space aboard the Crew Dragon capsule, designed by Tesla founder Elon Musk’s SpaceX company. The launch is taking place at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida at 12:22 p.m. PT/3:22 p.m. ET on Saturday, May 30.
Coverage will begin with pre-flight preparations at 11 a.m. PT/2 p.m. ET.If weather or other factors prevent the launch from happening again on Saturday as it is currently planned, SpaceX and NASA will push the launch to Sunday with a 60 percent chance of being able to begin the mission on that day.The spacecraft is intended to dock with the International Space Station.
As CNET reports, the Demo-2 mission is “part of NASA’s Commercial Crew Program, which involves two commercial spaceflight companies, SpaceX and Boeing, building and launching crew capsules designed to ferry astronauts to and from the ISS.”
If all goes to plan, the May 30 event will mark the first time SpaceX has launched humans into space.

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  • Thank you for posting. I had the chance to witness a rocket launch in 2018. Amazing experience. I posted a pretty awesome clip of the experience to my page.

    Space Facts WaxSpace Facts WaxVor 23 Tage
  • Why does the video always cut off at the action points?

    ArmyRob13ArmyRob13Vor Monat
  • What would Stanley Kubrick think of this mouse at 3 hours 38 minutes and 50 seconds?

    Claudi JaClaudi JaVor Monat
  • A MOUSE IN SPACE … right... at 3:38:50 seconds left picture near the flames LOOK

    Claudi JaClaudi JaVor Monat
  • Wow

    Haniel MerejoHaniel MerejoVor Monat
  • Hacia el minuto 3.38.51 en adelante de la transmisión se puede ver un ratón que sale en la base del cohete. Over de minute 3.39 of transmission, we can see a mice that is walking on the base of the rocket!!! its amazing. they send a mice to outer space!! to check out if everything its ok with the mission.

    Gerardo P. NievesGerardo P. NievesVor Monat
  • We've never been to space never will

    Gavin JohnsonGavin JohnsonVor Monat
  • What is the piece of debris rolling over the top of the engine starting at 3:35:45? Foam?

    pmgriphonepmgriphoneVor Monat
  • 3:35:44 So does anyone see that squirrel or lizard or something on the back!?!? Right screen...

    Airoe_ltdAiroe_ltdVor Monat
    • Made in Hollywood.

      That1ChickThat1ChickVor Monat
  • 3:32:10 Countdown

    MarianaDiana LejanMarianaDiana LejanVor Monat
  • Some good news in 2020. , good job

    Eliza FernandesEliza FernandesVor Monat
  • SpaceX is amazing. This just shows you what a private industry can accomplish when it's allowed to flourish.

    Joseph HerronJoseph HerronVor Monat
  • Ooooh woooow, lol is it big?

    Adnan AlqadiAdnan AlqadiVor Monat

    Adnan AlqadiAdnan AlqadiVor Monat
  • Before you clap and drink beer celebrating the event, and before you pay 90% of your salary as taxes, watch this video

    Adnan AlqadiAdnan AlqadiVor Monat
  • Yo wtf is that for a second at 3:30:13

    John SiglerJohn SiglerVor Monat
  • They cut off the end where you can see a mouse running around on the back of the craft!

    Charity Changes EverythingCharity Changes EverythingVor Monat
    • LMAO I know right!? So believable

      That1ChickThat1ChickVor Monat
  • Meanwhile the descendants of Wakanda is making fireworks in most of the cities in America.

    M BM BVor Monat
  • No cockpit vid of them live going into space? ALL BULLSHIT!!!

    Pirates FatePirates FateVor Monat
  • But guys Flat Earth.....?

    Experiencing VietnamExperiencing VietnamVor Monat
  • We as a nation need more uniting events like this.

    Chris NoLastNameChris NoLastNameVor Monat
    • Don’t worry with all the BS, we’ll “all be together” in FEMA camps shortly lol

      That1ChickThat1ChickVor Monat
  • 1:05:34 has NASA finally mastered gravity manipulation????

    NikkiNikkiVor Monat
  • I'm not a flat earther, but the feed cutting off right as the first stage was about to land was shady AF. And I don't buy the vibration interrupting the feed as there are plenty of vids showing that thing landing when SpaceX was first trying to perfect it. And now it loses feed when it counts the most?! I maybe could by "in case something happens", but its not even the same view when it cuts back on. The first view before it landed was closer, in color, and clearer, when it came back on, the landing site was further away and in black and white....??

    HarleySpikeHarleySpikeVor Monat
  • Hahahaha this is a joke

    Sean McDevittSean McDevittVor Monat
  • Those spacesuits looks absolutely horrible

    David MeadeDavid MeadeVor Monat
  • I don’t but watching this makes me want to cry tears of joy ..

    Sam RosendarySam RosendaryVor Monat
  • Would've loved to see some big mouthed hollywood liberal pukes like Rob Reiner stuffed in the trunk and dropped off midway..

  • My god Oregonlies, you really suck.

    Fox250RFox250RVor Monat
  • Look at 3:34:00 the ship starts to return to land. Open your eyes. Not to mention the mouse that passes through the "supposed" capsule. So cute

    Lika LikaLika LikaVor Monat
  • Very cool the Astronaut Mouse. kkkkk. You are hilarious and at the same time disrespectful to the world.

    Lika LikaLika LikaVor Monat
  • Social media is pure trash controlled by greedy fanatics. I refuse to use any of them in their current form. STOP PROMOTING THEM.

    mjs1231mjs1231Vor Monat
  • Yeah but the earth is flat right..? Right...? 🌎

    redvirrusredvirrusVor Monat
  • Aren't they on internal roads inside the secure part of Kennedy Space Centre? What possible threats could they face in the small drive between there and the pad on a secured road that requires a SWAT van and 6 police cars? Armed alligators or something

    James GJames GVor Monat
  • “Flat earth”

    uyeituyeitVor Monat
  • 3:45:00 Why the clouds (1.600 km/h) are quicker then the Dragon (27 km/s!!!)? And why the second stage is quicker then the clouds but still behind the Dragon? The view is in both cases backwards. Did I miss something?

    andreas schaetzeandreas schaetzeVor Monat
    • Dragon is just going up and to the left from the perspective of that camera, not down and to the right.

      chessicles99chessicles99Vor Monat
  • I could've done without what was essentially a Trump campaign ad at the end of this, as if Donald Trump believes in any type of science. Give me a break.

    eew12eew12Vor Monat
  • Shes hot af

    fubar jenkinsfubar jenkinsVor Monat
  • Dont care about Nasa or Elon Musk. Not impressed.

    BrennhaugenBrennhaugenVor Monat
  • To see How all this could have been happened I suggest to watch this! It really moved me!

    Al EdgarAl EdgarVor Monat
  • Boom

    Oscar PortilloOscar PortilloVor Monat
  • Where are all the satellites and stars?

    Zoë HeckZoë HeckVor Monat
  • Most of us came for 3:32:19

    Yakidon T WarrenYakidon T WarrenVor Monat
  • we did it

    derek mattinglyderek mattinglyVor Monat
  • This is going to be one hella of a chapter or essay

    Twinkle BeanTwinkle BeanVor Monat
  • God bless the world and space♥️

    Leah SativaLeah SativaVor Monat
  • Holy lag did someone use AOL?

    Jon La MontagneJon La MontagneVor Monat
  • Space x

    Soo TongSoo TongVor Monat
  • Why is there a mouse in space...

    APPupiedAPPupiedVor Monat
  • Who is that?!?! She's beautiful!

    wxb200wxb200Vor Monat
  • @3:32:16 for Launch

    John GomezJohn GomezVor Monat
  • And to think... so much of it... of how far we’ve come... all began with the courage of a small town in West Virginia back in the 1950s. Here’s a clip from the historical film based on the autobiography about it of the science project of a few school boys who inspired the nation when NASA was in its infancy and as a result went on to change the face of the space race and by extension the Cold War.

    The Hedgehog‘s DilemmaThe Hedgehog‘s DilemmaVor Monat
    • Space race? Soviet won most of them, it is like a contest.

      Eavy EavyEavy EavyVor Monat
  • 한국인 손 korean

    박연진박연진Vor Monat
  • The USA is back in business. Congratulations to NASA, SpaceX and Musk, and POTUS Trump and his administration! Well done! Keep aiming for the stars and take us all along!

    James SchmidlinJames SchmidlinVor Monat
  • The excitement in her green eyes. Amazing. And he only held her hand half easy. What's up with that.

    Flyer EliteFlyer EliteVor Monat
  • Can the flat earthers please explain this round spherical object in the background from the space shuttle after it launches?

    Blue AvianBlue AvianVor Monat
    • Fish eye cam? It kept going back and forth from fisheye to flat

      Zoë HeckZoë HeckVor Monat
  • How tf it land back perfect af foh

    Rashid Idir ElRashid Idir ElVor Monat
  • Meanwhile the extraterrestrials are laughing at our prehistoric space crafts!

    Blue AvianBlue AvianVor Monat
    • Blue idiot

      Eavy EavyEavy EavyVor Monat
    • No matter how far forward into the future you go, this will still be in the historic era, because we are keeping track of history.

      Luke SomersLuke SomersVor Monat
  • People complaining about the camera quality. Like okay...let's see you take a video at 4,000 mph to 16,000 mph...

    JahnbozaJahnbozaVor Monat
  • That’s awesome!

    KARINA ConstanzoKARINA ConstanzoVor Monat
  • Lucky

    idk what to put hereidk what to put hereVor Monat
  • That's fucking rad

    Jabez PidoJabez PidoVor Monat
  • Did they edited this? 🧐 kinda look funny

    Elise taylorElise taylorVor Monat
    • @Elise taylor I'm in the Shadows yet STILL smarter and more educated than your dumb ass.

      The ShadowThe ShadowVor Monat
    • The Shadow take yo ass back to the shadow

      Elise taylorElise taylorVor Monat
    • Funny how? Know what just stfu.

      The ShadowThe ShadowVor Monat
  • It's pretty funny that the live view was lost when the first stage set down

    Stephen harrisStephen harrisVor Monat
    • It's not funny. The vibration ALWAYS knocks it out or disrupts when a fucking rocket engine is coming down

      The ShadowThe ShadowVor Monat
  • So bogus.

    pearlmaxpearlmaxVor Monat
  • New space ship looks fly. Video quality worse than the 80s launch footage.

    Knitting PastaKnitting PastaVor Monat
  • So Bob and Doug really took off, eh? Eh? Get it? 🤣 Hahahaha! I crack myself up. #GreatWhiteNorth

    Korina42Korina42Vor Monat
  • woah I see some space debris at 3:44:59 ! damn

    crazydubaddictcrazydubaddictVor Monat
  • So just as we are about to observe a most amazing feat of aerospace technology - landing a rocket as if backing it into a parking space on a listing unmanned drone ship in the middle of the ocean and they lose the video.

    lisa Wlisa WVor Monat
    • @lisa W Lol, I guess you don't know what turbulence and high winds can do to signals.. I swear people are so stupid.

      Loaded CompactLoaded CompactVor Monat
    • They are right it doesn’t stop. The BS just keeps on coming

      lisa Wlisa WVor Monat
  • 3:32:25 The Launch

    Ryder SpreadboroughRyder SpreadboroughVor Monat
  • They took the chance and escaped the pandemic

    Im LegitIm LegitVor Monat
    • Underrated

      Cnite VediCnite VediVor Monat
Watch NASA and SpaceX make second attempt to launch astronauts to space