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Elon Musk on how Falcon Heavy will change space travel

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SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy rocket took off from Cape Canaveral, Florida yesterday carrying its first payload -- a red Tesla roadster -- into orbit. Loren Grush spoke to CEO Elon Musk about the launch and what this means for the future of space travel, as well as Planetary Society CEO Bill Nye. The Falcon Heavy now holds the title for the world’s most powerful rocket, and its launch marks the first time a vehicle this massive has ever been sent up by a commercial company. Subscribe: Check out our full video catalog: Visit our playlists: Like The Verge on Facebook: Follow on Twitter: Follow on Instagram: Read More:
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Bolek989 # 14 april 2018 in 16:00 0
Bolek989 # 14 april 2018 in 16:02 0
PaleBear # 14 april 2018 in 16:05 0
Bill Nye is a tremendous fraud.
Cluck Nuggets # 14 april 2018 in 16:06 0
Can you imagine a seagull flying around over cape, then it suddenly gets plowed by the worlds most powerful rocket doing just over Mach 1
Travel XE # 14 april 2018 in 16:06 0
Pius X # 14 april 2018 in 16:07 0
Is she standing in the press area for the lift off?
JIMI JAMES # 14 april 2018 in 16:08 0
Most powerfull rocket?
in time the truth shall prevail,NO SUBSTITUTE FOR THE REAL DEAL,THIS AIN'T IT!
talin nalo # 14 april 2018 in 16:08 0
Aidan Wang # 14 april 2018 in 16:09 0
be mad at me, but SpaceX is way better than NASA. Elon is a genius!
Sam Reid # 14 april 2018 in 16:11 0
Im an aussie.. im a nerd. wish i was there
1BigHead 2Sameshoes # 14 april 2018 in 16:12 0
When man uses his intelligence and energy more on technology that benifits us rather than that, that destroys us, the rewards are so much greater.
van dy # 14 april 2018 in 16:15 0
van dy # 14 april 2018 in 16:18 0
van dy # 14 april 2018 in 16:23 0
Tony Graham # 14 april 2018 in 16:26 0
Elon Musk is like the real world Tony Stark!
Raju # 14 april 2018 in 16:27 0
Design of rockets are so modern and fresh n best thing is its in service and operational. Amazing. It there were no wars the govt would have sanctioned unlimited funds for NASA. US spent nearly a trillion dollars on war.
CSfun247 # 14 april 2018 in 16:28 0
Great channel and love this video of Elon Musk!
AD58 # 14 april 2018 in 16:32 0
I grew up through the Mercury/ Gemini and Apollo times which totally captivated me as a kid. Thanks to Elon Musk its all happening again. Great work SpaceX.
Christopher Holst # 14 april 2018 in 16:32 0
I worked at NASA during its years of decline. Just after 9/11 much of the congressional budget was pointed toward safety and security. Public affairs began to gobble up much of the available resources as well but seems to have failed to inspire the right folk to become interested in an organization that no longer followed the exploratory spirit of those like Chuck Yeager and the bravery that is required to push the limits. The political clime was absolutely poisonous and there was very little that was flying at the research center that wasn’t geared toward military co operation. Space X was just beginning to gain momentum, nearby in the desert, many NASA engineers recognized that with the birth of privatization, came a re awakening of the primal instinct of what it takes to reach the final frontier, and so they bailed. Mr. Musk, and all at Space X, thank you for all of this, particularly for the young people like the journalist here in this piece.
Zhuosheng Yao # 14 april 2018 in 16:33 0
“wayland yutani”