STS-133 The Final Launch of Space Shuttle Discovery including T-5 hold

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  1. Randolph Garcia

    Randolph Garcia7 days ago

    NOTE: THE INTERESTING QUESTION HERE IS SINCE THE FINAL SHUTTLE LAUNCH WAS STS-133 IN FY 2011 AS PICTURED ABOVE, WHAT IS THE FUTURE OF NASA NOW? WILL WE RETURN TO THE MOON OR MARS? AND IF SO WHEN? WHAT IS THE NEXT SUCCESSOR TO THE SHUTTLE IN THE 21RST CENTURY? UPON FUNDING APPROVAL FROM THE US CONGRESS, NASA IS NOW AT A CROSSROADS, GENERALLY, THEY HAVE A VERY GOOD SHUTTLE RECORD W/TWO TRAGIC EXCEPTIONS, THE SHUTTLES CHALLENGER IN JANUARY 1986 & THE SHUTTLE COLUMBIA DISASTER IN 2003 OF WHICH A SUITABLE RESPECTFUL AND SOLEMN MEMORIAL HAS BEEN RECENTLY DEBUTED AT THE NEWLY RESIGNED KENNEDY SPACE CENTER IN CENTRAL FLORIDA. A MReporter VIDEO IS ONLINE RE: THE NEW MEMORIAL, THE SILENCE OF IT IS DEAFENING! SPACE EXPLORATION AS EXPRESSED BY THE LATE FORMER PRESIDENT REAGAN, IS NOT FOR THE WEAK, BUT FOR THE STRONG ONLY. SAD BUT TRUE. HOPEFULLY UNMANNED ROCKETS WILL BE IN NASA'S FUTURE TO AVOID FUTURE POTENTIAL LOSS OF LIFE IN FUTURE SPACE EXPLORATIONS. GOOD LUCK NASA!-MR. GARCIA IN SF, CA. (FBI-RET.)

  2. Manuel Cunha

    Manuel Cunha10 days ago

    Space @cell.com

  3. Manuel Cunha

    Manuel Cunha10 days ago

    100.000.000.000.000.000.phitfilhuiaklh. klh.

  4. High Flight Channel

    High Flight Channel10 days ago

    At 14:56 there is debris falling off in space. During take off there are quite a bit of small things falling off.

  5. Connie Elliott

    Connie Elliott12 days ago

    I miss the shuttle, she was a beautiful airplane/space craft.she was my favorite one too.i miss you so much discovery you will always be my baby girl!

  6. Jupri 10

    Jupri 1020 days ago

    Iyo lek

  7. Safi Imam

    Safi Imam21 day ago

    Fake

  8. clyde8her

    clyde8her7 days ago

    Go fuck youself you foreign piece of shit. What has your country done except trash it so badly everyone wants to leave?

  9. Tracy Miller

    Tracy Miller23 days ago

    What was that debris at about 14:56? Heat tiles?

  10. FromNorway

    FromNorway20 days ago

    Probably some insulation on the external tank, the same that caused the destruction of Columbia.

  11. It is so beautiful .Andrew Pernia Pernia

    It is so beautiful .Andrew Pernia Pernia23 days ago

    Congratulations to the Space Shuttle Discovery that launched into space for the final time and it will be remember forever. This is very exciting to watch this from Cape Canaveral Kennedy Space Center in Florida .😀🚀🚀🇺🇸

  12. Jim Cars

    Jim Cars28 days ago

    At around 14:55-14:58 what was the debris??

  13. FromNorway

    FromNorway20 days ago

    Probably some insulation on the external tank, the same that caused the destruction of Columbia.

  14. Jim Cars

    Jim Cars28 days ago

    At around 14:55-14:58 what was the debris?

  15. Taranaki Skidders

    Taranaki SkiddersMonth ago

    why do no shuttels ever go straight up? is it because its fake ?

  16. FromNorway

    FromNorway20 days ago

    Because you need _sideways_ velocity to get into orbit. If the shuttle continued straight up, it would fall back down once the engines stopped unless it had reached escape velocity first, but the shuttle was unable to do that. _Newton's cannonball_ gives an idea of how orbits work: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Newton%27s_cannonball

  17. Randolph Garcia

    Randolph GarciaMonth ago

    BRIEF OBSERVATION: I AM TENTATIVELY PLANNING A RETURN TRIP TO FLORIDA IN FY 2021 TO REVISIT WALT DISNEY WORLD(WDW) & THE NEWLY REDESIGNED NASA VISITOR CENTER. IT'S SORT OF SAD I WILL NEVER BE ABLE TO VIEW IN-PERSON AN ACTUAL SHUTTLE LAUNCH SINCE THIS IS THE LAST TIME IT FLEW IN SPACE IN FY 2012. I GUESS MReporter WILL HAVE TO SUFFICE I GUESS AS A MEMENTO OF A NASA SHUTTLE LAUNCH I WILL NEVER WITNESS. OHB WELL, SUCH IS LIFE. GOOD LUCK NASA W/YOUR FUTURE SPACE EXPLORATION PLANS. IT WILL BE INTERESTING TO SEE WHERE NASA GOES FROM HERE. NEEDLESS TO ADD, (RIP) TO THE CREWS OF SHUTTLES CHALLENGER & COLUMBIA. THE NEW EXHIBIT AT THE KENNEDY SPACE CENTER ALSO ON MReporter IS POIGNANT & AMAZING. VERY SAD TOO OF COURSE. THE EXPLORATION OF SPACE BELONGS TO THE STRONG, NOT TO THE WEAK AT HEART. GOD'S SPEED NASA. HOPE TO REVISIT YOU GUYS IN FY 2021. MR. GARCIA IN SF, CA.

  18. KD10 Mario plush

    KD10 Mario plushMonth ago

    The space shuttle is the best rocket ever

  19. RoadkillFXSTC

    RoadkillFXSTCMonth ago

    At 14:50 or near that time you can see something bounce off the heat tiles! Lucky no damage or we would have lost them also!! Look at 14:57 and see it!!

  20. rigolonzinbrin

    rigolonzinbrinMonth ago

    How sad to have thrown off these beautiful machines that were space shuttles! they could still render a lot of services; before placing them in museums, they could be improved even if they waited a few years to test new alloys such as titanium / chrome and modify the protection of the external tank to no longer use this foam too dangerous for the integrity of the wings. In this video we see at T + 3 min 52 sec, a piece of tank crashing into the tiles of the shuttle and fortunately miss the right wing! Shuttle is still the best, the best to send men and cargo to the ISS.

  21. vegguid

    vegguid5 days ago

    Not really this is one of the most expensive rocket ever over at $1.000.000.000 per launch

  22. Neil Haas

    Neil HaasMonth ago

    The u.s. was supposed to be always kind and courteous not rude.

  23. mimiguy 2

    mimiguy 2Month ago

    10:35

  24. Kevin Holmes

    Kevin HolmesMonth ago

    Was that a sonic boom in the background around 11:40 seconds? I don't remember hearing one on the ground.

  25. Kevin Holmes

    Kevin HolmesMonth ago

    I was there that February evening watching that launch. I can tell you this much, after the previous attempt to launch was a no-go and the fact we drove 12 hours to see this, I was extremely happy to see the launch. If I remember correctly it came down to the very last second in the launch window. Having watched the launch I was ecstatic and totally depressed realizing I would never be able to see another launch. Truly amazing stuff.

  26. speeddemon1092

    speeddemon1092Month ago

    14:55 you see a fuckhuge chunk of foam break off from the tank and slam right into the nose-gear bay tiles.

  27. Commander Salamanders

    Commander SalamandersMonth ago

    Can somebody tell me how the shuttle went from 340,000 ft at ET separation to 1,200,000 ft for rendezvous with ISS without any rockets to carry it higher up?

  28. Commander Salamanders

    Commander Salamanders20 days ago

    Thanks! I recently got Kerbal Space Program so I understand most of what you said on a visual plane now. Thanks for the extra information!

  29. FromNorway

    FromNorway20 days ago

    Towards the end of the main engine burn (18:55 in the video) the shuttle started climbing again after having lost some altitude for a while. When the engines were shut down, the shuttle had enough vertical velocity (several hundred ft/sec) to continue the climb for a while without any thrust. When it reached its highest point, two smaller engines gave the shuttle the little extra speed it needed (about +1%) to maintain that altitude instead of entering the atmosphere again on the other side of the Earth. These engines, OMS, got their fuel from internal tanks in the tail section of the shuttle. They were also used to change orbit during the mission and for the braking manoeuvre needed to lower the orbit into the atmosphere before landing.

  30. Ali Razzak

    Ali Razzak2 months ago

    I miss the space shuttle it's great machine. And nasa not doing well to develops it to a more advance spacecraft

  31. Oscar Hodges

    Oscar Hodges2 months ago

    I ♥ discovery

  32. Oscar Hodges

    Oscar Hodges2 months ago

    Crew : Steve Lindsey ' Eric boe ' Alvin Drew' Nicole sttot' Mike barrat 'Stephen bowen

  33. D K

    D K2 months ago

    what are the little white dots running across the screen from 18:44 on. Is it caused by radiation?

  34. caav56

    caav562 months ago

    Most likely. Charged particles aren't nice to sensitive electronics.

  35. wayne Patrick

    wayne Patrick2 months ago

    Same l.e.d.lights shining on smoke coming from end of 🚀 slow arse helium filled rocket/balloon on its way to the sea it looks nothing like 🔥 flames just bright smoke, more cgi than flames utter nonsense,

  36. KidGamer Ja11

    KidGamer Ja112 months ago

    At Houston Lyndon B.Johnson mission control here in Texas you can take a tour and even go inside the discovery rocket

  37. Ganesh Mali

    Ganesh Mali2 months ago

    can you tell me on which planet was this mission??

  38. murdy1975

    murdy19752 months ago

    What?! The earth IS ROUND!

  39. Prio Himawan

    Prio Himawan3 months ago

    hudston this is the kickass ride..

  40. Polo Turbo

    Polo Turbo3 months ago

    At 15:20 are those missing tiles? There appears to be three gone. Or is that just the design?

  41. chromoxylography Corsair

    chromoxylography Corsair3 months ago

    13:51 garfield

  42. RakeTV

    RakeTV3 months ago

    14:55 what was that?

  43. RakeTV

    RakeTV3 months ago

    12:03 look how the bottom of the external tank glows :D

  44. Angie Hannah

    Angie Hannah3 months ago

    Go discovery go shuttle

  45. Ronnie2787

    Ronnie27873 months ago

    Ufo at 14:41ish bottom right corner. Goes from right to left quick. Can see against background of earth as it goes by. Or its a satellite or space junk. Still kool to see.

  46. 조본희

    조본희3 months ago

    10:58 Damn, I love this scene. Wait, Please someone tell me if booster have gimbal

  47. 조본희

    조본희3 months ago

    jrockett73 thanks for answer.

  48. jrockett73

    jrockett733 months ago

    You're looking at the main engines at 10:58. They gimbal along with the booster nozzles.

  49. JWC

    JWC3 months ago

    It got upto MACH 24.75 This is incredible. 17,000 miles per hour.

  50. FromNorway

    FromNorway20 days ago

    Everything in low Earth orbit (LEO) have to move that fast.

  51. Bruno Lima

    Bruno Lima3 months ago

    16954 Speed (mph) oh my god 😱

  52. apojoga

    apojoga4 months ago

    14:55 space debris?

  53. Rogers

    Rogers4 months ago

    Why do the solid rockets have much more power than the equivalent of the space shuttle?

  54. Rogers

    Rogers3 months ago

    jrockett73 but in this case I would think that the thrust would have to have the same power in both solid rockets and shuttle one.

  55. jrockett73

    jrockett733 months ago

    Because they are needed in the 1st stage for lift off and the ride in the atmosphere . After that not so much thrust is needed.

  56. MarsFKA

    MarsFKA4 months ago

    I flew from New Zealand in November to watch this launch. My daughter and son-in-law in Fort Lauderdale rented an apartment for us all in Titusville. We were on the water's edge, on the fourth floor, with a clear view of the launch pad, 17 kilometres away. So, on Monday, they found a faulty fuse on the flight deck and that was Scrub #1. Then it was a faulty engine controller, which was quickly fixed - Scrub #2. Then Thursday was crappy and rainy - Scrub #3. Friday dawned clear and fine, with winds that were predicted to drop by launch time and we were all in the mood for something spectacular. They started filling the External Tank and found a hydrogen leak that couldn't be fixed quickly and that was that for me as my go-home date was set in stone. Just to rub it in, they then found structural defects in the interbank struts, but by then I was on a plane home, reflecting that NASA had been making those External tanks for more than thirty years and *still* couldn't get it right. So, on the day that Discovery finally launched, my family made a day trip to Titusville and, from the lawn of the condo where we had stayed, watched the launch. I was watching it on NASA TV and texting them and later my daughter sent me the video that they had made. It was as good as being there.

  57. jrockett73

    jrockett733 months ago

    Pretty sure this is more of a knee jerk reaction.

  58. MarsFKA

    MarsFKA3 months ago

    Oh for god's sake! You took one line from my post and read it as an unwarranted attack on NASA. That's not untypical of a lot of the comments on MReporter, where replies are mostly knee-jerk responses to a tiny part of someone's post. Just to ...defend...myself against your knee-jerk response (whatever it was), I am fully aware of how much NASA gets right. In 2000 I joined the NASAQuest online education programme, in which an international group of online volunteers answered questions sent in from around the world. It was a sharp learning curve for all of us and we quickly became experts on everything NASA had been doing up to the time. I suppose, to anyone whose knee doesn't jerk every time he reads someone's MReporter post, that might be an indication of my regard for the jewel in the crown of the US Agencies. Just to give you something more to jerk about, STS-133 wasn't the only Shuttle launch that I missed - my wife and I made our first trip to Florida in 1998 to watch the launch of STS-88 Endeavour. They didn't launch that time, either. Gee whizz, mister jrockett73, I'm going to carry the disappointment to the end of my days. Of *course* there was the possibility of a scrubbed Shuttle launch every time! In thirty years of operation, less than half of the launches got away on time and people like me accepted that there was the risk of missing out. We did get to see the launch of the Opportunity Mars Rover, though, but that was an unmanned launch and therefore outside the purview of your response to my post.

  59. jrockett73

    jrockett733 months ago

    NASA doesn't build the tanks. Lockheed does. NASA got a lot of things right. People only reflect on the bad like you. Send it up safe no matter how many times you have to scrub. Unmanned rockets scrub just as much, but nobody watches or keeps track of those. Once New Zealand gets a manned space program, you'll find out how hard it is. The shuttle program was a great program that accomplished many, many things. Unfortunately , people will only remember the accidents and the scrubs where they missed a launch. Went to New Zealand on holiday! Great experience. The simple life for sure....

  60. Sarah Detore

    Sarah Detore4 months ago

    Your attached to a rocket with fire underneath, that is scary

  61. Sarah Detore

    Sarah Detore4 months ago

    I would be having to go to the bathroom

  62. Jae KiDd

    Jae KiDd4 months ago

    damn that rocket is almost going 17k mph but looks still as can be thats crazy!

  63. Fernando Angelone

    Fernando Angelone4 months ago

    👍👍and, we have liftoff! 11:04

  64. Space is Cool Man

    Space is Cool Man4 months ago

    This launch made me love space. Thank you Space Shuttle Discovery and her crew for making my life have worth.

  65. Mi-28 Havoc

    Mi-28 Havoc4 months ago

    At T-49 seconds start listening to Christopher Tin's Sogno Di Volare (Dream of flight) it fits perfectly. We will miss you Discovery.

  66. Woohyun Son

    Woohyun Son4 months ago

    So at 10:57 when the main engines fire, does the launch pad literally spray sparks to ignite the fuel? I always thought the shuttle just fired up on its own

  67. Woohyun Son

    Woohyun Son4 months ago

    TubaHorse So basically the sparks help to generate maximum thrust?

  68. TubaHorse

    TubaHorse4 months ago

    Not quite. The sparks are there to burn any hydrogen that doesn't get burned in the engine

  69. Angello! R.

    Angello! R.4 months ago

    “Let’s go to otter space - but bring the cheapest camera you can get to record it!” I mean, seriously!

  70. Giada_De_Low_Rent_Tits

    Giada_De_Low_Rent_Tits4 months ago

    What are they using to calculate Mach? Shuttle astronauts get Mach 25 patches, so we know what's shown here isn't right.

  71. David Miklautsch

    David Miklautsch4 months ago

    I noticed that the shuttle has lost some parts at 14:56

  72. Norlanth Tiemeth

    Norlanth Tiemeth4 months ago

    0-60mph in 4.9 seconds.

  73. Namey McNameface

    Namey McNameface4 months ago

    14:55 Anyone see that giant chunk of foam fall off?

  74. Chris p

    Chris p4 months ago

    fuck spacex

  75. Jebediah Kerman

    Jebediah Kerman4 months ago

    Why is it soo dam hard to fly in KSP?

  76. Anthony Konosus

    Anthony Konosus5 months ago

    what was that little thing at 14:40 - 14:43 ? UFO ?!

  77. AutogolazzoJr

    AutogolazzoJr4 months ago

    Anthony Konosus Debris

  78. Banana

    Banana5 months ago

    I watched this live

  79. Tom

    Tom5 months ago

    19:23 Mach 24.83 wtf lol.

  80. GreenOwl

    GreenOwl5 months ago

    Whats SRO?

  81. rumbepack

    rumbepack5 months ago

    worst space vehicle ever, wont be missed.

  82. Tan Thien Nguyen

    Tan Thien Nguyen5 months ago

    Was denken Sie es, wenn die Erde das Gewicht verloren...............? Wird die Erde schneller..........oder langsammer..........?

  83. Lights Out YouTube!

    Lights Out YouTube!5 months ago

    How do you measure down range?

  84. Heison Oscar

    Heison Oscar5 months ago

    WATCH PEOPLE GOD WE ARE BEING TRICKY ..... NO EXIST NIBIRU, PLAN X, BIG-BANG, GALAXIES, TIME SPACE TISSUE, BLACK HOLE, BLACK MATTERS, ALIENIGINS, YEAR LIGHT, SATELLITES, GRAVITY, METEORITE, KNOW YOURSELF EVEN YOU WILL KNOW THE TRUTH ... AND THE TRUTH

  85. AndreakR1minalrider

    AndreakR1minalrider5 months ago

    porco dio che orgasmo

  86. TheProgrammingJedi

    TheProgrammingJedi5 months ago

    Beautiful! NASA is great!

  87. Ivan Novak

    Ivan Novak5 months ago

    so here's the idea...make a shuttle to pick up all those gas tanks left behind in countless missions to orbit...all of that shit is flying above our heads...wow

  88. infamouspbj

    infamouspbj4 months ago

    Ivan Novak no... The boosters and tanks fall back to Earth

  89. Toby Corbett

    Toby Corbett5 months ago

    I personally believe we (NASA) could have done better things if we (NASA) hadn't built the shuttle and instead built more of a deep space exploration ship. But I have to admit, it looked fucking badass during launch.

  90. Kujivs

    Kujivs5 months ago

    For launch skip to 10:55

  91. the boi

    the boi5 months ago

    remember watching this in 2nd grade

  92. JRfo34nv

    JRfo34nv5 months ago

    Ah 2011..... the good ol days

  93. Kramachandran Nair

    Kramachandran Nair5 months ago

    nice one

  94. Commenter Guy

    Commenter Guy5 months ago

    Still not as fast as the SR-71 Blackbird

  95. FromNorway

    FromNorway3 months ago

    Only 8 times faster!

  96. infamouspbj

    infamouspbj4 months ago

    Commenter Guy yes, it is

  97. Matthew Cook

    Matthew Cook5 months ago

    Space X....... hold my beer

  98. IBM2217

    IBM22175 months ago

    The commentary on this video with the occasional fun fact update was absolutely fantastic! Spoken clearly and in an easy to understand language. This is how you win regular people over!

  99. The Collectionist Gaming

    The Collectionist Gaming5 months ago

    I remember when me and my dad saw this It was my first time seeing a launch and I remember it so vividly. I remember how they almost called it off in the final few seconds and I was worried that i wasn’t going to see the launch but then they fixed the problem and it was so beautiful as it launched into the sky.

  100. Jay Arnett

    Jay Arnett5 months ago

    Thanks Obama for ending the most successful space program of all time. Ass hat. Now we got to pay millions each time an American needs to ho up. Talk about a Russian Agent.

  101. caav56

    caav562 months ago

    Well, actually, Obama has extended it for a few more flights, since Bush wanted to end it even earlier. Also, SpaceX will launch astronauts in their Dragon 2 soon.

  102. James Moton

    James Moton5 months ago

    Why is the altitude negative before launch (-23 ft)?!

  103. infamouspbj

    infamouspbj4 months ago

    James Moton might be because Florida is lowlands, it is probably negetive because it is below sea level

  104. Mybidness 459

    Mybidness 4595 months ago

    I had the honor of visiting Discovery at its New home in Washington, and let me tell you I was like a kid again. I was amazed that I got to stand right under her engines. WOW! Boy I had a smile on my face for the rest of the day.My pictures of the Discovery at the Smithsonia Institution here:www.flickr.com/photos/123779583@N06/albums/72157644246645620

  105. Exemptedcomet49 /execom

    Exemptedcomet49 /execom5 months ago

    Wow how the rocket objects move so smart wow and had engine problem but still made it and loss some pieces off the rocket

  106. AJ Stratton

    AJ Stratton5 months ago

    This is truly amazing

  107. anthony evans

    anthony evans5 months ago

    What would it be like going 17000 miles per hour on the surface? Experts say you would burn up because of drag and friction of the air around you. It's a proven point. That is why shuttles have to lower their throttle so this will not happen. 🚀🚀🚀🚀

  108. mario tenemea

    mario tenemea5 months ago

    Los del barrio

  109. oubrioko

    oubrioko5 months ago

    13:33 One of the best shots of the entire shuttle program showing the orbiter and external tank continuing their ascent, while both solid fuel rocket boosters tumble away post staging.

  110. Joy L

    Joy L5 months ago

    I hope the radio calls won't continue to sound like 1950's quality.. When I'm playing a online game the voice-chat quality is just perfect. I don't understand why the quality of the radio calls from NASA is so poor.

  111. jabardasth TV

    jabardasth TV5 months ago

    great job

  112. 金正恩朝鮮労働委員長

    金正恩朝鮮労働委員長5 months ago

    Aesthetics

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    전영호5 months ago

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  114. 전영호

    전영호5 months ago

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  115. Rohith kn Rohith

    Rohith kn Rohith5 months ago

    how its possible how the American's getting soo much off ideas from with in short time ...

  116. HUNAG CHIL

    HUNAG CHIL6 months ago

    美利坚人类的希望,共产党人类的毒瘤!

  117. Polkovnik

    Polkovnik6 months ago

    Good old days when America wasn't ruined yet.

  118. Lucas Andresen

    Lucas Andresen6 months ago

    Discovery was always my favorite shuttle, it was amazing to see her lift off one final time and end a very long and historic career, she is the only survivor of the original space shuttles, Columbia, Challenger and Discovery

  119. NE-GROC-U-LUS

    NE-GROC-U-LUS6 months ago

    NASA went through all this crap and you mean to tell me they couldn't install a camera on the shuttle?? they put the camera on a rocket booster that's gonna fall back to earth. another reason we never been to space and never will. the reason the camera aint on the shuttle is because the space shuttle is gonna land somewhere else....

  120. Sebastian Nolte

    Sebastian Nolte6 months ago

    "It's all fake man." You have no evidence for that, and there is no reason for that. "I hear you but Its never ONE continuous feed from ONE camera showing the launch from earth to the Space station." So you really think, they should make a video that film continously three days from one perspective? Nobody wants to see that. And why? The main problem and most work is this time until orbit. Once you are in a orbit, the rest in not very spectuclar, and not a big deal. "They are Cleary in a pool. You see the bubbles clearly in the video. " OK, now it becomes really ridiculous - and you don't even get your conspiracy theories right. Astronauts train in swimming pools, there are videos of that. Now there are people who claim that when you see astronauts who are actually on an space outisde mission in spacesuits, that it is just footage from the pool with CGI-Backgrounds. But when you want to fake a video of a shuttle flight, where you only see the nose of the shuttle and the blackness of space, why the hell would you do that in a pool? That makes absolutly no sense whatsoever. I admit that the footage doesn't work well as a proof for anything and it could be faked quite easy, but in a pool? Sorry, but with that statement you lost even more of your credibility because that shows, that your "This is all fake!"-delusion has clouded your mind. ".. where are the stars in the front camera views of the shuttle? " Oh man, the "where are stars?" question is so old, since the first people were scpetic about the moon landings decades ago, I thought the answer should be well known. Try to film the sky within a bright city, and you want to see both in good brightness, the shining builidings and the stars. It will not work. Cameras have a limited dynamic range. Probably you also see it, when you are inside a room and you want to take picture through a window. When you adjust the exposure you have to decide: If you want to see the room, then the window (or the thing outdoors) are to bright. If the things outdoors look good, then the room is too dark. " The launch is real but when they start flipping back" There are continous shots too orbit. But I get it, you don't accept the first orbit of the shuttle as "space" and you want to see for hours and days, how the shuttle flies around the earth... " NASA can show live feed from space station to earth but not space shuttle to Space station. " And you really want to see that? You would sit there and watch it for three days? And analyize if there is really no cut? The problem is: You people always ask for REAL videos and photos. But where is the point of that? If you not accept all the current material, than there is absolutly no reason, why you should accept other videos and photos. So you will also find something in that continous video that you demand, that let you say "Fake!" again. "The Earth is flat" Ah, Ok. First I thougt you are jut a good old "We never went to the moon and NASA is lying" kind of guy. I thought it maybe is just a prejeduce that these people all converted to flat earthers, and there are still some of the oldschool Anti-NASA-guys. But obviously I was wrong... The earth is not flat. And NASA is not the reason why we know that the earth is a sphere. They have nothing to do with it. And I don't get the lasst part with the compass on the ISS. Where is the connection here? Have you seen a video of an compass inside the ISS? And where was the problem there? Interesting question, I have never thought about how high the magnet field of the earth ranges. But actually 400 km is not high comparing to the shape of the earth. So there should be no big difference. And of course there is gravity in space. There is just wheightlessness in an orbit. But what does gravity have to do with the function of a compass?

  121. NE-GROC-U-LUS

    NE-GROC-U-LUS6 months ago

    It's all fake man. I know all the information they gave us and more. Space supposedly starts at 62 miles up . It takes about 8 1/2 mins to get there. I heard and overstand all of that. I hear you but Its never ONE continuous feed from ONE camera showing the launch from earth to the Space station. I'm not talking flcking back and forth between booster cam and shuttle cam. One feed from one camera showing the entire launch to docking? Yet they can broadcast a live stream from spacestation to earth without any distrubance continuously. That's one. Two. When you look at those front camera views from the shuttle at 8:17 on your other video that you sent, in which I seen before. They are Cleary in a pool. You see the bubbles clearly in the video. It's no way that's atmospheric debris at the altitude they are at. No way man. Aint no trash flying aroung like that. You can see bubbles forming and moving clearly through the video. Im ex INFANTRY and ive flown in blackhawks, chinooks and we dont experience debree like that and we just a few hundred feet up..so thats ridiculous to me..Three.. where are the stars in the front camera views of the shuttle? We can see the stars clearly at night from earth with no problem. THEY are traveling supposedly with the SUN to their backs according to the footage from the booster but the front camera shows no stars and they looking into space. They wayyy up there and you mean to tell me they cant see the stars better than we can..It's no stars visible? At all? Where are the star's? They flipping between cameras that's where the deception comes in. The launch is real but when they start flipping back and forth between cameras and cutting feed that's where they trap you at . We just have to take their word for it. Out of all the shuttle missions NASA ever launch there is no continuous live feed from launch to docking from anyone of those missions. That's all I'm saying. NASA can show live feed from space station to earth but not space shuttle to Space station. That bull. Im talking One continuous feed from ONE camera. Ain't no excuses for that. The Earth is flat and even on the ISS where there is supposedly no gravity a compass Cant work In a upward position. It should since it no gravity in space right and North is suppose to be up. But it's fake. You still have to lay it down FLAT as if you was standing on solid ground or the flat EARTH. And its pointing towards the center not upwards just like on EARTH. As above so below.

  122. Sebastian Nolte

    Sebastian Nolte6 months ago

    They don't put it on the booster here (well, they also do, you can find footage of that in other videos on yotube) but on the tank. And do you even know where space is? Do you even know, what an orbit is and how all that works? The usual definition for the beginning of "space" (actually there is no objective fix definition, because the atmosphere just get thinner and thinner with the altitude) is 330,000 feet. You can see in the video, that it reaches that altitude already 4min12sec after launch. And then you see, that it doesn't go much higher, it finally levels off at about 340,000 feet. It just accelerates more and more, until it reaches about 17,000 mph. Because that is the orbital speed. That means, with this velocity the centrifugal force is so high, that the shuttle will not fall down to earth, but just keep on fly around it. And as they are outside the atmosphere, there is no air drag that slows it down (actually there is still some atmosphere on the altitude that slows it down a bit, so the orbit is not long term stable, I think only a few days, but that is not the point here). So then the engine stops and the tank is thrown away. You see here in the video a complete and successful launch from a shuttlle, from the launch until it reaches orbit after 8min30. It has reached its objective at the end of this video! It is "in space"! And not only concerning the altitude, but it is in an orbit, so it stays there without falling down. What more do you want to see? And when you look in the mission: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/STS-133 You see, that it stays there the whole first day. On the second day it startes the OMS the first time to go into an higher orbit, because finally they want to go to the ISS, which is on 250 miles (they are on 65 miles at the beginning), but once you are in an orbit, it is not that hard to go to a higher one. And finally: They had a camera on the shuttle. They even had a "dash cam". But as you would expect, it looks boring. You just see the blackness of space. mreporter.net/v/video-65wt7l8vAvU.html Just google for "STS-133" in youtube, there are many videos of that mission. And I posted the really detailed wikipedia article above. It is really intersting how people say, that NASA would hide things, but it is the opposite. Everything is very transparent, you get a lot of information about everything. And when you have some knowledge about physics, then you see, that it all works and makes sense. Maybe this here could be interesting for you: what-if.xkcd.com/58/ Already the first images ("space is not like this, space is like this") maybe is an eye opener to many people.

  123. ACTIVATED ADNAN SALIMI

    ACTIVATED ADNAN SALIMI6 months ago

    That was just amazing launch. Absolute beauty. Love the space shuttle 3 main boosters ignition. As they start. I absolutely loved that video especially the Earth view from space and it is not flat Earth. But round shape just like any other planet or star. Thanks for recording and uploading and sharing this amazing video on MReporter. Thanks.

  124. MrPROPWASH

    MrPROPWASH6 months ago

    AT 14.56 YOU SEE WHAT LOOKS LIKE TILES OR FOAM FROM THE MAIN TANK

  125. Willie Stroker

    Willie Stroker6 months ago

    If you want to experience something amazing, click play on the video below when the estimated time until launch hits 5:16 mreporter.net/v/video-JkAeSl3CXfs.html

  126. Victor 1110

    Victor 11106 months ago

    Payt me: 393684727 and locate mr

  127. William Maurice

    William Maurice6 months ago

    14:55 woops

  128. Chris P. Bacon

    Chris P. Bacon6 months ago

    The Space Shuttle is obviously a great achievement but seeing what Elon Musk is doing with 'conventional' style rockets does make me think how mental it was to try to build the shuttle in the first place. It's less efficient and more dangerous.

  129. Zach

    Zach6 months ago

    Shuttle was built to carry spy satellites over hostile areas and glide back home. That's why the cargo bay is so huge. But after the 6os it's purpose wasn't needed anymore, so the government used the design for something else. They're going back to staged rockets because it is far safer and unlike the shuttle. Those vehicles can go to places like the moon and return. And offer more options in terms of escape in case of disaster.