Watch the SpaceX Launch Live on UStream

Live launches are cool.  NIGHT launches are even cooler.  Live, night, historic launches are breathtaking.  Check it out with the link below.

Update:  It’s 9:38 pm Mountain time and if you’ve just clicked the link, it’s dark but it’s there.  The link works fine.

Update: 3:03–Launch was aborted at ignition because the Engine 5 chamber pressure was high.  Because the planned rendezvous of Dragon with the ISS involves so many manuvers that there is not enough fuel aboard the capsule for additional catchup time so that there is only launch or no launch with no room for a countdown hold.  The launch has been rescheduled for Tuesday morning.  More detailed info later this morning.

A backwards looking image of the engine of the...

A backwards looking image of the engine of the SpaceX commercial spacecraft Falcon 1 after it achieved orbit, making it the first liquid fueled commercial orbital space vehicle (Photo credit: Wikipedia)


~ by Bill Housley on May 18, 2012.

4 Responses to “Watch the SpaceX Launch Live on UStream”

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  2. Watching a launch on Lagstream is not cool at all. You get 3 seconds, then it stalls, and in all likeliness it’ll only stop lagging past MECO. Abysmal performance, but then again at least they take the time to show the world not to ever count on their service.

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