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Dragon Resupply Mission (CRS-16)

SpaceX is targeting Wednesday, December 5 for the launch of its sixteenth Commercial Resupply Services mission (CRS-16) to the International Space Station. Liftoff is targeted for 1:16 p.m. EST, or 18:16 UTC, from Space Launch Complex 40 (SLC-40) at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida.

Dragon will be filled with more than 5,600 pounds of supplies and payloads, including critical materials to directly support more than 250 science and research investigations that will occur onboard the orbiting laboratory.

The Dragon spacecraft that will support the CRS-16 mission previously supported the CRS-10 mission in February 2017. Following stage separation, SpaceX will attempt to recover Falcon 9’s first stage on Landing Zone 1 (LZ-1) at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida.

*Note: Youtube’s event start time reflects the targeted liftoff time for this mission. SpaceX’s live launch webcast will begin about 20 minutes before liftoff.

27 thoughts on “Dragon Resupply Mission (CRS-16)”

  1. I wanted to see the crash but they will probably release footage, and the media would have had a FIELD DAY with it. Frustrating but thats the way it is


  3. пидорасы покажите аварию!

  4. You guys are still awesome, keep up the amazing work!

  5. Christian says:

    What happens to the second stage after deployment of the dragon ? Does it stay in orbit as space junk or does it burn up during re-entry ?

  6. Yyaaayyyy red dragon shuttle… I hope it succeeds.. 🤞 🤞 🤞 🤞 🤞 🤞 🤞 🤞 🤞 🤞 🤞 🤞 🤞 🤞 🤞 🤞 🤞 🤞 🤞 🤞 🤞 🤞 🤞 🤞 🤞 🤞 🤞 🤞 🤞 🤞 🤞 🤞 🤞 🤞 🤞 🤞 🤞 🤞 🤞 🤞 🤞 🤞 🤞 🤞

  7. pif paf says:

    the PR influence in this stream is just as bad as laweyrs. Ahh people WILL SEE WHAT WE WANT THEM TO. Well, this is the way to hell. This kind of thinking is just the preamble to another Chalenger.
    The right way would be. The first stage have some trouble, lets see if it could handle. ….

  8. Chen Ma says:

    Congratulations Elon,your hair worth that.

  9. Eric Smith says:

    22:25 Why did they cut the left camera when it was getting few and started spinning? 🙁

  10. Can we get Elon Musk to host meme review?
    Make Elon see this, like

  11. mdr48371 says:

    Don't recall seeing NASA PAO on the SpaceX webcasts before even for CRS missions. Might be prep for the crewed mission webcasts coming up, but I expected they would have those on NASA TV

  12. Parth Gajjar says:

    I truly love it, 💕love u wish to work with you.

  13. Irodragon says:

    They cut it due to fear, if it killed someone its the same as news they cut it avoids a lot of legal stuff.

  14. Try for a moment to reject the mainstream media's conditioning of your thinking process for TWO MINUTES, Thats ALL I ask; Now;
    Have you ever wondered why in the World has technology stagnated to such a degree that we are still driving around in cars based on Technology invented in 1859, even though the giant leap between the first airplane and the first Jet Plane is only 36 years!?
    Why, after "going to the moon" in the 60s, do we STILL not have Moon Bases (its been 50 years)?
    Why did NASA DESTROY ALL moon-faring technology AND TELEMETRY after the Apollo missions?
    Why does NASA NEED to solve the Van Allen Belt Radiation shielding dilemma before sending humans to Mars, when the "moon-faring astronauts" apparently suffered ZERO side effects from the deadly Van Allen Radiation belt??
    Why is the Lunar Eclipse Shadow only 70 miles wide for a Moon that's over 2,000 miles across? How does the Moon "Focus" its own Shadow????? (Walk in front of a sun-drenched wall and see if you can Miniaturise your own shadow).
    Why were all the Astronauts so depressed at their first press conference after coming back from our "first visit" to the moon?
    Why did they not "remember" if they saw stars or not from the moon at that Press conference?
    Why does the earth look so small in the moon photos when its 4 times bigger than the moon?
    William Charles Kaysing who worked for Rocketdyne as the company's head of technical publications, from 1956 to 1963, presents a very interesting dilemma, and no matter how much the mainstream media belittles him, no one can answer his questions;
    ie; The moon lander had a 10,000 lb thrust rocket engine that miraculously didn't stirr up the moon sediment after it landed, proven by photos of the moon landers spotless landing pads and absence of a rocket exhaust crater; How did this miracle happen??
    ISS Astronaut Chris Hadfield said, speaking from the ISS; " the sky is almost white with the the light of the Universe, with the uncountable number of stars ". Other Astronauts said its totally black, so which is it?
    No one has been able to answer these questions that I can tell, and for even asking these questions people are treated Unfairly. The lunacy of the human race that refuses to think for itself for 2 minutes.
    Christ is our LAST HOPE in this Strange World.

  15. KM says:

    22:48 Umm, am I the only one seeing the earth not curved on this camera?..

  16. Puss Bust says:

    At 21:00 "frozen condensation"? I don't know anything about rockets. Except the model kine at the hobby store. That thing moves weird. Just saying.

  17. Why parachutes are not an option for Stage 1 re-entry?

  18. No entiendo por que no muestran en la transmisión en vivo el ERROR que cometieron. Me parece poco honesto de su parte. No me gustó su desisión.

  19. Really impressive, how the computer handled the situation.

  20. Stephen Webb says:

    No video of landing. BOOOOOOOOOOOOO

  21. giggleherz says:

    All this time I thought if the shields hit the water NASA wont allow them back into space, I was thinking it cant be that hard to clean them up. Now spacex is talking about using them even if they land on the water.
    Would love to see some footage of how they are doing with the shroud landings or are they just going to land them on the water?

  22. DreadSouls says:

    Ugh anyone else sick of the filler commentary ? What happened to uploading a second video with just audio from command… I guess I'm not watching it live so SKIP

  23. Jeff Lee says:

    Interesting birthing vs docking. Even though it's a mechanical arm it's still an external assist

  24. Dave White says:

    25:51 you can see other satellites/debris just whizzing by, so cool!

  25. KKSniper138 says:

    Hey, we learn from our mistakes, right?

  26. sol0matrix says:

    We are now chilling @16:38 🙂

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