Skip to comments.SpaceX Commercial Crew-1 Launch Live Sunday November 15 7:27PM EST
Posted on 11/15/2020 2:06:41 PM PST by NautiNurse
NASA's SpaceX astronauts Michael Hopkins, Victor Glover, Shannon Walker, and Soichi Noguchi arrived at KSC historic launchpad 39-A, and boarded the launch vehicle.
NASA’s SpaceX Crew-1 mission will be the first crew rotational flight of a U.S. commercial spacecraft with astronauts to the International Space Station.
The launch may be viewed via link above, or streaming via SpaceX Launches, and via Roku NASA channel.
In their suits and in dragon waiting
SpaceX live youtube video. Started already but it’s three hours of stuff leading up to launch time. A lot of blah blah, some interviews etc.
We have been watching the broadcast for an hour or so love this stuff i missed few lauchs sonce the 60s the th ed media got lazy
Re-opening hatch for a leak check. Seems there was a small pressure drop during standard procedure check.
On a clear day/night we can see the space craft on ascent on the FL Gulf coast. For the last year of the space shuttle program, we drove over to KSC/Titusville to watch every launch.
Also on Discovery Channel.
Great info. Thanks!
Thanks again for Discovery Channel info. Passed along to my tech challenged mother. She can say, "Discovery Channel" into her tv remote. She loves her space launches too.
Local weather looks to be a go at this time.
Glad to help.
Nighttime launch should be pretty cool.
I was in Florida in like ‘96 when they had a launch in the morning we saw from our hotel parking lot from Kissimmee.
Always regret we didn’t wake up early and see it closer.
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Musk remained upbeat. âAstronaut launch today!â he tweeted on
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VP Pence is expected to attend the launch.
My new acronym for the week: FOD. Foreign Object Debris. The launch prep crew located FOD in the hatch seal.
One night, around 9:00 PM, we decided to drive over for a late night launch. We arrived at US 1 about two minutes before launch. Parked the car on the shoulder, joined a group of watchers on the US1/A1A overpass, and viewed the amazingly brilliant launch. Got back into the car and drove home.
Watched another fantastic launch from Cocoa Beach. We are space launch groupies.
t-35 minutes to fuel load. 80% chance weather is a go.
Thanks for starting a thread. I was going to but you beat me to it. I try to watch all of the spacex launches. They really seem to be dialed in (Boeing should be embarrassed). Currently watching on NASA TV but if anyone wants to watch on web it should be on http:www.spacex.com/webcast
Glad to assist. Seized the moment to get a launch thread up and running. It’s been a buggy day with the platform migration.
Oops...should be http://www.spacex.com/webcast
One of my favorite parts of these launches is watching two boosters land simultaneously.
Audio is two pathetic women talking diversity and mucho crapo.
I’ve never watched a launch live although I’ve watched on tv since Alan Shephard. Gonna do it sometime but want to make it a big one. Maybe Falcon Heavy or Super Heavy. Maybe SLS if they ever get it off the ground (I’m doubtful).
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