SpaceX Launches Four Astronauts To International Space Station | Morning Joe | MSNBC 1

SpaceX Launches Four Astronauts To International Space Station | Morning Joe | MSNBC

 

SpaceX launched four astronauts toward orbit Friday using a recycled rocket and capsule. NBC News' Tom Costello reports. Aired on 04/23/2021.
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SpaceX Launches Four Astronauts To International Space Station | Morning Joe | MSNBC

40 comments

    1. PEACE, WISDOM, FREE THINKING, KINDNESS, LOVE ONE ANOTHER, HUMANITY UNITED, PROSPERITY, HONESTY, GOOD HEALTH

  1. “In peace, may you leave this shore. In love, may you find the next. Safe passage on your travels, until our final journey to the ground. May we meet again.”
    GODSPEED CREW-2

    1. PEACE, WISDOM, FREE THINKING, KINDNESS, LOVE ONE ANOTHER, HUMANITY UNITED, PROSPERITY, HONESTY, GOOD HEALTH

    1. @The Tweatles go back to ranting and screaming about trans kids maybe, at least you formed a full sentence that time

      This is incomprehensible rubbish

    2. PEACE, WISDOM, FREE THINKING, KINDNESS, LOVE ONE ANOTHER, HUMANITY UNITED, PROSPERITY, HONESTY, GOOD HEALTH

    3. Poor boeing. Can’t make a plane or capsule anymore. A giant of the industry reduced to a laughing stock.

    1. @YouHaventSeenMeRight
      Google only provides search results – obviously you picked the wrong site to get your answer from. Next time, just use a calculator. All you need is the conversion factor from either miles to kilometres, or feet to meters.

    2. @Evan Devries
      Miles per hour makes sense, but the fact is that the entire Imperial measurement system is just way too complicated. There is no point in meeting in the middle – the metric system is 1,000 times better and easier to use. But having grown up in the USA, I am used to our silly system, and have to convert things in my head to get a feel for them.

    3. @Pat Doyle I used Google’s built in converter. Seems that it messed up when I switched from km/h to m/s.

    4. @Pat Doyle Miles don’t make sense so neither does miles per hour out of association. Like who’s bright idea was it for one mile to equal 5280 feet? lol

    5. @Evan Devries
      Why do miles not make sense? Kilometers do not either in any everyday way. If you understand what a mile is and can relate to something like being in a car going 75 MPH 17,000 MPH means more to you than the same speed put in kilometers.

  2. I know I sound like a young kid saying this but what an exciting Journey. I would give anything to go into space and I think it’s so incredible what they do. Seeing Earth from space for the first time that’s has to be a very deeply spiritual emotional experience. All I’ve got to say is I am proud of these men and women flying into space. I wish them a safe flight and a safe return

  3. I’ve always wondered out of all the astronauts that have been to the international space station, if any of them have ever listened to music up there and was it possibly “Flying High Again” by Ozzy Osbourne

  4. PEACE, WISDOM, FREE THINKING, KINDNESS, LOVE ONE ANOTHER, HUMANITY UNITED, PROSPERITY, HONESTY, GOOD HEALTH

  5. For decades nasa yelled and screamed that a private reusable spaceship will never be aloud to happen ,for decades auto corporations claimed batteryv powered cars/ trucks/mass transportation was impossible and can’t happen …then Elon musk came along

    1. NASA never said that… They tried real hard with the Space Shuttle, but the idea was ahead of it’s time. No one is happier then NASA for a company like SpaceX. Less money for Rockets means more money for science projects.

  6. its nice to see that there is so little other news going on, that actual fun stuff like science can get coverage.

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