Watch SpaceX launch 143 satellites for their first dedicated rideshare!

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Everyday Astronaut

2 muaj më parë

SpaceX will be launching 143 satellites and 3 additional payloads for a variety of organizations on their first dedicated rideshare mission, Transporter-1. The Falcon 9 will lift off from Space Launch Complex 40 (SLC-40) and will place the satellites and third stage into a 500 km Sun-Synchronous Orbit (SSO).
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00:00 - Intro
02:40 - Prelaunch Preview
13:00 - Q&A
14:50 - SpaceX Stream is LIVE
17:38 - SpaceX Hosting begins
29:23 - T - 1 Minute
30:23 - LIFTOFF!
33:00 - Stage Separation
38:10 - Rentry Burn
39:10 - SECO
40:00 - Landing
1:25:15 - SECO 2 (And LOX shot)
1:28:22 - Deployments Begin
2:02:00 - Starlink Deploy
2:03:05 - Q&A
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Pascal Arens
Pascal Arens 10 orë më parë
By reaction drive the Raptor is capable of moving faster than earth limit born light speed source of origin, the point of departure would be back pressure theory or no relevant space born , the quantity of fuel would be the factor .🐸
EricJon Mistretta
EricJon Mistretta 13 ditë më parë
norminal? lol
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ChungWei Wang Muaj më parë
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Peter Grote Muaj më parë
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Gilbert Clement
Gilbert Clement Muaj më parë
why is chat showing on a prebroadcasted video???
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Zenius Zombie
Zenius Zombie Muaj më parë
How long is the cable of your headphones?
Johnny Nielsen
Johnny Nielsen Muaj më parë
Did you, or do you know this Fun Fact. Of 18 known Block 5 boosters produced. Current -8 number is the latest flight of that particular booster. =4 is the last flight flown. R.I.P. or R.U.D. 57 flights: 8 active, 2 FH side boosters and 8 spent, destroyed, damaged or just lost. First flights in this order. B1046=4, B1047=3, B1048=5, B1049-7, B1050=1, B1054=1, B1051-8, B1055=1, B1052-2, B1053-2 , B1056=4, B1057-1, B1059-5, B1058-5, B1060-5, B1062-1, B1061-1, B1063-1. Almost all second stages didn't make it back. A few is still out there.
nighslant 2 muaj më parë
omg is the first stage literally going to fall back to earth
nighslant 2 muaj më parë
Tiger Ente
Tiger Ente 2 muaj më parë
What is that part flying away from the first stage in 36:35?
Whiteness Envy
Whiteness Envy 2 muaj më parë
Spacex should use flux pinning to stop Starship in bellyflop above an electrically charged pad. The cold belly from sloshed liquid oxygen/methane on ceramic heat shield tiles can create a superconductor quantum locking situation that cushions, slows, and stops the rocket in mid air. Tim ask Elon if they have considered this. Just imagine seeing Starship (BFR) skydiving down to the pad, slowing, stopping, floating, and rotating like the actual BFG! I'm going to copy pasta this everywhere till I hear a response 😁
DeathClaw13 2 muaj më parë
Wow uninsured, unregistered, and unlicensed...Tim got hit by somebody who really had their life together huh
A Very Stable Genius
A Very Stable Genius 2 muaj më parë
Are we not going to talk about the two Starships standing next to each other in Boca now, and the risk of fratricide if either one ever launches?
Trevin Mostad
Trevin Mostad 2 muaj më parë
They're going to land the next one. Also, moving SN10 out of the high bay seems like a PR move for Elon. It looks to me like he's showing FAA his ships to make them realize why they need to move faster on approving flights.
Verdigo 2 muaj më parë
Can we replace kilometers an hour with meters per second per second please? Not only is km/h the least useful is also the least understood in reference to velocities in space.
Mr behaveing
Mr behaveing 2 muaj më parë
David Renaud
David Renaud 2 muaj më parë
Space fans. Orbital Assembly has announced a funding campaign with NetCapital. So everyone who believes that a Large Space Station in LEO should be built can Now own a piece of it.
Michael Donehoo
Michael Donehoo 2 muaj më parë
Hi Tim: We've chatted before, although it's been quite a while (like around the same time Starhopper had its successful flight test...), however, I've been mulling around this "fuel and refueling" issue for Starship for quite a while, and I am hoping to get your thoughts on what I think is the solution... Why not strap 3 or 4 SRBs with "gimbleable" (is that a word?) engine-nozzles to the Starship as well as the Super Heavy, and let them do most, or all of the work getting to orbit. There would only be a small amount of fuel needed by Super Heavy after achieved orbit to return to the surface, so whatever unneeded fuel for re-entry that is left in the Super could be pumped over to the Starship, and walah - instead of four or five flights to orbit to top off the Starship tanks for "Deep Space Ops", you do it with the initial launch... In this way, you can send a whole fleet of Starships almost anywhere you want without weeks and weeks in orbit around the earth, waiting on multiple flights from the surface to refuel! I've been working this in my head for about a month now, and I can't think of any negatives. Would you mind please perusing the idea and filling me in on what I might not be considering? Otherwise, if you can't come up with any negatives either, how about shooting the idea Elon's and his engineers' way, and gather their thoughts on the subject. Additionally, if this idea has already been placed on the table and found not viable; if you wouldn't mind filling me in on the basic "why nots", I would be much obliged. Thanks Tim.
Paul Andrew Odabashian 7th Sea
Paul Andrew Odabashian 7th Sea 2 muaj më parë
Hell ya homie! Met you out there at the site today. I’m the guy with the micro pig! Knew I followed you! Keep up the amazing work!
whiplash8011 2 muaj më parë
I love to meet up with you but you got to wear your spacesuit
Gafook Yousepf
Gafook Yousepf 2 muaj më parë
FAA cthe FAA....👹👽
Benjamin Yue
Benjamin Yue 2 muaj më parë
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Benjamin Burns
Benjamin Burns 2 muaj më parë
Can you stop streaming so much and make vids this is getting ridiculous
Niels Pal
Niels Pal 2 muaj më parë
I'm watching your LS now new friend here.
Progje 2 muaj më parë
tbh, i don't know whats new in every video he puts up , but every video he says the same thing and also the same as spacex is telling. It's like i see the video over and over again. Nothing new and such.
mark elkin
mark elkin 2 muaj më parë
at T+6:11 is there a brief view of the fairing passing beneath the 1st stage. Actually pretty close.
Nico Sänger
Nico Sänger 2 muaj më parë
On the topic of Space/Sci-Fi Movies/Shows: Check out The Expanse. It is good sci-fi and it takes the sciense in the genere serious (with some exceptions)
Fabio Ferreira Gomes
Fabio Ferreira Gomes 2 muaj më parë
Espetacular. ........Incrível
Kevin Powers
Kevin Powers 2 muaj më parë
The earth looks flat to me 🙄
Ker Loz
Ker Loz 2 muaj më parë
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Grizzly Family
Grizzly Family 2 muaj më parë
Dude clean up your room. Lol
Allen Chucky Mann
Allen Chucky Mann 2 muaj më parë
And that is with existing technology that SpaceX has currently so for instance the Falcon heavy tanks has two tanks on either side but instead of two tanks the mother starship has four starships a total of five starships in a configuration or cluster the mother starship will have to be built slightly differently and slightly longer so that she can carry the cluster of four ships starships so we know there is going to be a total of five ships a mother four starship. The mothership will be launched into space first and the four star ships will join the Mother starship and will Be cuplink together like the Falcone heavy with the two boosters but instead of boosters she has four stars ships around with her
Allen Chucky Mann
Allen Chucky Mann 2 muaj më parë
Just a thought that came to my mind. For starship voyage to Mars, instead of filling up each and every starship with a full tank. Elon can create a mother starship that will or can carry a cluster of four starships . These four starships only need fuel for landing and taking off from the surface of Mars and then the mothership has enough fuel to take her back to Earth.
Le3eFrereBrunet 2 muaj më parë
Replace YT with Floatplane...
Phil 2 muaj më parë
But hey I hear the stocks are soaring on Blue Origin Golf Balls, he must have that lucky 5 iron. No. Of course we must now down to a huge corporate personality that had vowed upon the reestablishment of a democracy to be more eco conscious when a political agenda or atrocity, allowed you top make a false hearted statement to try and ride the coat tail of the market.
Phil 2 muaj më parë
Wow, Bezos jealous he can't giv it up. Prolly because he is a sham of what he set out to be. I worked for Amazon briefly. An experience I was lied to about benefits, watched managers and supervisors violate and distort company and safety regulations, AND violated labor laws to the degree EMS had yo be called for an employee having a seizure after management negated breaks during a shift.
Robert Doell
Robert Doell 2 muaj më parë
Nominal needs to up the volume.
Starman Steve
Starman Steve 2 muaj më parë
Just watched it. Never gets old. Talk about the orbit
Digambar Khadse
Digambar Khadse 2 muaj më parë
Great work space x
lidlnutz 2 muaj më parë
36:35 What the hell is on the left bottom?
StormRyder 2 muaj më parë
TheMarcusGomez 2 muaj më parë
Spacex cares about getting the public excited. So they do care.🤔
Sky Debreuil
Sky Debreuil 2 muaj më parë
Didn't you realize you made the music for these videos too - sounds great! :)
Xac Denton
Xac Denton 2 muaj më parë
No one can hear you talking right now bro.
Gert Laustsen
Gert Laustsen 2 muaj më parë
Can some one tell me what the objekt is there falling under the first stage at +00:06:11. In the video it is 00:36:35. It´s shown all to the left of the picture of the first stage. Is this the top of the first stage or what is this. It look also like the farrings, but I dont think that they here neare the first stage at this point.
Random Person
Random Person 2 muaj më parë
Tim literally said it was ice
amarnath sharma
amarnath sharma 2 muaj më parë
Congratulations SpaceX for this new record.
Michael Cox
Michael Cox 2 muaj më parë
So, let me get this straight. SpaceX just launched a regular mid-size rocket, launched 143 satellites in one go, used a dog-leg maneuver to do SSO out of Cape Canaveral, recovered the booster (after a fifth flight) which itself flew less than 2 months ago, recovered both fairings too, and deployed all 143 satellites perfectly. Seriously, could there be a more crowning moment for Falcon 9?
potkettle 2 muaj më parë
Some amazing questions and answers in this video!
Ralph Hayes
Ralph Hayes 2 muaj më parë
Odysseus Rex
Odysseus Rex 2 muaj më parë
Believe me, you do not want that. That would wind up putting all the real power in the hands of the unelected bureaucrats who would be the only ones who knew how anything worked.
Trif 55
Trif 55 2 muaj më parë
How do you all power your remote cameras?
Aussie Walker
Aussie Walker 2 muaj më parë
We're nearly halfway to sending tim to space he needs 10,000 patreons!!!
SUJIT PAWAR 2 muaj më parë
Isro 104(India)
Jared Mulconry
Jared Mulconry 2 muaj më parë
This flight profile was really interesting. I'm guessing they put more vertical velocity into the 2nd stage to give it more time to circularise and to ensure it wasn't doing a low flight over the Caribbean, effectively dropping the 1st stage and fairings like bricks into the Caribbean Sea. That would also explain the seemingly early fairing separation, since they were probably already at appropriate altitude and were on-target for their splash-down location. Very cool.
onestop cop
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Amrit prajapati
Amrit prajapati 2 muaj më parë
Congratulations *SpaceX & Mr Elon Musk* from India 🇮🇳
FOSSEL_san ಠ ͜ʖ ಠ
FOSSEL_san ಠ ͜ʖ ಠ 2 muaj më parë
I hope this year ISRO does some progress too
Shannon Parkhill
Shannon Parkhill 2 muaj më parë
the altitude just jumped from 226km to 538km @1:23:30 ... huh?
Odysseus Rex
Odysseus Rex 2 muaj më parë
There had been a temporary loss of telemetry signal. They reacquired signal and the numbers jumped.
wade woehrmann
wade woehrmann 2 muaj më parë
caught both halves.
sfs space agency
sfs space agency 2 muaj më parë
sfs space agency
sfs space agency 2 muaj më parë
@Everyday Astronaut i was in the transporter 1 stream lol
Everyday Astronaut
Everyday Astronaut 2 muaj më parë
No. I’d say noon central at earliest
X5 - Camping & Stuff.
X5 - Camping & Stuff. 2 muaj më parë
The reason the American Flag moved around on the Moon footage.... Because the MOON's Atmosphere has Very Low Air Pressure. Unlike Earths, that Holds the Flag in Place. The Moons low Pressure is Unable to hold it Still or Flat, so the Flag just Flops around like it's in a BREEZE..
Odysseus Rex
Odysseus Rex 2 muaj më parë
(Sigh) The Moon, of course, has no atmosphere. The metal rods the flags were attached to were very light and thin. When the astronauts shoved them in to the ground,naturally the wobbled and shook, thus flapping the flags a bit. If you watch the fottage, you can see the vibrations quickly dampen out.
kauffmanba 2 muaj më parë
Tim, the one man band of webcasting.
Daisy Carr
Daisy Carr 2 muaj më parë
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Wally Kunz
Wally Kunz 2 muaj më parë
At 29:00 the LOX did not condense to make clouds when it met the warm ambient air. The vented LOX condensed the water out of the warmer air. Hope SpaceX edits the spokespeople better in the future.
kauffmanba 2 muaj më parë
Tim, where are you located? Are you broadcasting from inside your garage or storage unit?
kauffmanba 2 muaj më parë
Answered my own question. He said he's at SPI, probably at the hotel suite.
DivineEntity01 2 muaj më parë
36:35 was that a satellite on the left side of the screen?
Bill Milosz
Bill Milosz 2 muaj më parë
What satellites were on here? Looked like a stack of Starlinks and a bunch of lil' sats.
Random Person
Random Person 2 muaj më parë
Thats exactly what the payload was. There was 143 satellites
Lucas Whitten
Lucas Whitten 2 muaj më parë
Did you here mr beast might go to the moon on his tweet
SpaceX Demo
SpaceX Demo 2 muaj më parë
Fly me to the moon...
SUJIT PAWAR 2 muaj më parë
Come on we r going next week on moon
Clarence Hopkins
Clarence Hopkins 2 muaj më parë
Amazing stuff
Daniel La Bonté
Daniel La Bonté 2 muaj më parë
Crazy enough to be in Guinness Book in 1985 for playing racquetball for 35 hours. Only needed 4 witnesses 24/7 and send proof of the event. Something tells me that wouldn't be too difficult for SpaceX to do. Keep up the great work. Daniel from Montreal
BOliver91 2 muaj më parë
I miss your informational videos. The streams are okay I guess but you did some of the best informational space videos out there.
send help
send help 2 muaj më parë
@Everyday Astronaut If SN9 succeeds then you shouldn't go to SN10 because then you'd just start living in Boca
Trent Conley
Trent Conley 2 muaj më parë
@Everyday Astronaut I'm super excited for the next!
Everyday Astronaut
Everyday Astronaut 2 muaj më parë
They’ll be coming. Don’t worry. Just don’t have time right now. I’ve got a plan to get more free time though
Feynmanfan 2 muaj më parë
Streams have got very popular. Obviously three or four hour streams, often with long stretches of nothing much happening, can keep eyeballs. However, your channel is now entirely launch streams and the informational content is diluted. I know a stream must be way less work than researching, writing and shooting more produced informational videos, but I'm really missing them. Just a thought.
Feynmanfan 2 muaj më parë
@Everyday Astronaut Really appreciate the fact you are accessible. Huge fan of the channel, and despite the moan I'm totally supportive.
Everyday Astronaut
Everyday Astronaut 2 muaj më parë
Trust me. Me too. This isn’t intended to be a livestream channel, it’s just the reality of being down here and pursuing SN8 all out at this point
laurieh 2 muaj më parë
36:35 wtf? Bottom left.
biolotoxin459 Muaj më parë
its the fairing
Kristian 2 muaj më parë
My first thought was one of the faring halves
James Maher
James Maher 2 muaj më parë
Werner Von Braun rotating space station being built
keco185 2 muaj më parë
Benjamin Burns
Benjamin Burns 2 muaj më parë
I feel like we never get anymore non live launch vids. Take a chill pill bro we don't need every live launch work on some educational vids maybe even interview s
Elon Musk
Elon Musk 2 muaj më parë
Does anyone know what object was floating next to the first stage booster (around the middle left hand side) @36:35
Pyra ホムラ - The Revanite
Pyra ホムラ - The Revanite 2 muaj më parë
a ring of oxygen ice, it's a pretty common thing.
Manfred Koestli
Manfred Koestli 2 muaj më parë
confuseatronica 2 muaj më parë
Purple Space Jelly sighted
Oddbjørn Gebhardt
Oddbjørn Gebhardt 2 muaj më parë
Quite peaceful not hearing your comments over spacex's feed.. Just saying.. Lol
Oddbjørn Gebhardt
Oddbjørn Gebhardt 2 muaj më parë
@Everyday Astronaut Just kidding, pal.
Everyday Astronaut
Everyday Astronaut 2 muaj më parë
I try to never talk over their stream you know 😉
Flynn Mehu
Flynn Mehu 2 muaj më parë
ALUISOUSA 2 muaj më parë
I appreciate the opportunity of this experience
Daron Malakian's Fedora
Daron Malakian's Fedora 2 muaj më parë
Cant wait for SN9's launch attempt Friday
Daron Malakian's Fedora
Daron Malakian's Fedora 2 muaj më parë
@nottoday son I mean it will
Daron Malakian's Fedora
Daron Malakian's Fedora 2 muaj më parë
@Do Bap We thought it would, then the scrub
Do Bap
Do Bap 2 muaj më parë
Well that was just exhilarating wasn’t it?
Dennis Roberts
Dennis Roberts 2 muaj më parë
You were talking about propellant evaporating in a fuel depot. depends on the propellant. If like Momentus, you use H2O as reaction mass, then your propellant is not likely to evaporate. might freeze, but not evaporate. just keep behind a shade until needed.
Spandan Ray
Spandan Ray 2 muaj më parë
SpaceX is revolutionizing the space industry by launching rockets ao often. Even their reusability is having a huge impact on future missions for any private company or government agency
Spandan Ray
Spandan Ray 2 muaj më parë
Guys be team space
Odysseus Rex
Odysseus Rex 2 muaj më parë
@Alan May I think a grand total of seven countries have the ability to put satellites in to orbit. I am not counting New Zealand because Rocket Lab is actually an American company, owned by a New Zealander, which just happens to launch out of New Zealand. They will begin launch operations out of the United States this year, and may eventually also use the Sutherland Spaceport in Scotland, which I think will be very cool. Anyway, to the extent that any national program, or private company seeks to provide commercial launch service, they have been deeply affected by SpaceX, and even the ones that are not so commercially involved are beginning to look in to developing reusable rockets because of SpaceX's example.
Alan May
Alan May 2 muaj më parë
@Odysseus Rex the Russian rocket is still the fastest way to reach the ISS for example for that its awesome its also the most successful/reliable rocket. the Indians also have their own rockets, new Zealand and many other countries.
Odysseus Rex
Odysseus Rex 2 muaj më parë
@Alan May Except, whereas the Russians used to dominate the commercial launch market, now they have been virtually driven out of it. The same applies to former number two Arianespace. Both it and Roscosmos are reduced to being mere national carriers.
amarnath sharma
amarnath sharma 2 muaj më parë
$50-60 Mil for 143 satellites and PSLV costs a fraction just $18 - 28 mil no thank you. But should appreciate their engineering.
vic tweezy
vic tweezy 2 muaj më parë
Dude... I cried... Welcome to space Jack...
Dave Patchett
Dave Patchett 2 muaj më parë
Should SpaceX try catching a Falcon9 first stage before progressing to Starship booster?
Dave Patchett
Dave Patchett 2 muaj më parë
@Leo Sanjaya I think the probability that they would go this way is less than 50% but there are some advantages. 1. They get to solve catching problems on a smaller scale before scaling up - potentially trialling more than one solution. 2. By using well proved and highly accurate F9s they isolate the catching problem. 3. They get to test solutions to the catching problem immediately without having to wait for a superheavy booster to become reliable. 4. SpaceX has a surplus of F9 boosters and can afford to lose some. The biggest point is no.3 - they get to progress without having to wait. For example there are huge benefits for eventual human rated starship design to come from the Dragon capsule knowledge. However if the F9 booster grid fins and support structures within the main body are too flimsy for a catch then yes - I doubt they will go this way. It may be that the superheavy booster will require some very significant internal structural elements beyond just strong grid-fins to be catchable.
Leo Sanjaya
Leo Sanjaya 2 muaj më parë
Nope, waste of money and time for all the spacex enginering and staff, all focus to the starship and heavy booster development.
Dusan Hlavaty
Dusan Hlavaty 2 muaj më parë
What was that audio mixer on your iPad please?
Funken Gruven
Funken Gruven 2 muaj më parë
Their on-screen timing for 1st stage landing was off...looked like it was lost for bit there until it came in as per per usual...that's something I never thought I hear myself say about a rocket "landing", but that's how reliable the Falcon9 is getting to be. I can't remember the last time they lost a booster (when not on purpose).
william Greene
william Greene 2 muaj më parë
The stage 1 telemetry is simulated and in the middle it was off like you said. It doesn't come from SpaceX like stage 2 which uses real time telemetry. It comes from " Flight Club IO".
Jeff Minnion
Jeff Minnion 2 muaj më parë
Remember when watching a space launch was an annual event? And here we are watching it with sunday AM coffee..
GuiltySpark347 2 muaj më parë
wow this was a big mission
fixpacifica 2 muaj më parë
They never show the crane lowering the booster to the floating barge.
Stuart Brown
Stuart Brown 2 muaj më parë
Excellent broadcast ; on you own too Well done Stuart in Ireland
Jonathon Knapp
Jonathon Knapp 2 muaj më parë
Was that just the fairings we saw at 36:12 , 36:23 , and 36:34 on the left side of the screen?
william Greene
william Greene 2 muaj më parë
It's a ring of ice that falls off the grid fin hinge area as it opens. It happens on almost every flight.
Jonathon Knapp
Jonathon Knapp 2 muaj më parë
@CougarW I was skeptical too, but trying to figure out what it is. There is some other material visible earlier too.
CougarW 2 muaj më parë
Don't see how it could be a fairing. The delta-v for these components would be thousands of MPH different and they would be 100's of miles apart.
José Guillermo de Jesús Ponce Ramírez
José Guillermo de Jesús Ponce Ramírez 2 muaj më parë
Same question
Tech TL;DR
Tech TL;DR 2 muaj më parë
SpaceX is doing 3-4 launches per month this year. Love to see how far they've come!
Stuart Brown
Stuart Brown 2 muaj më parë
Outstanding discussion document and well done Trevor
Joseph Hobbs
Joseph Hobbs 2 muaj më parë
31:48 Flamey end up pointy end down
Steve Luiting
Steve Luiting 2 muaj më parë
OK. How did they get a tracking shot while the rocket is launching into space? A drone?
Hamachingo 2 muaj më parë
Just a giant zoom lens on a precisely movable mount. But yeah, they do a great job keeping the footage stable.
Vicki White
Vicki White 2 muaj më parë
Dumbo operator?? Omygoodnesss Tim you're Very knowledgeable!!! 🤗
Ruben Braekman
Ruben Braekman 2 muaj më parë
I love how you can make a youtube channel centered around these livestreams! I love space stuff 😍
Rohit More
Rohit More 2 muaj më parë
Except for that last emoji your sentence sounds sarcastic.
Ruben Braekman
Ruben Braekman 2 muaj më parë
@Charles Torruella i know
Charles Torruella
Charles Torruella 2 muaj më parë
Dude he has a bunch of cool documentary's all about space travel and the history of as well as the future he is not just a live stream launch watcher like some
Bill Reese
Bill Reese 2 muaj më parë
Tim Dodd, why do your videos no longer have an option to display automatic captioning? I have watched your videos in the past and enjoyed your commentaries - some of the best (if not the best) out there - but for the last two weeks all your videos have become just meaningless picture shows for me and anyone else with a hearing loss. Is this just arbitrary by Yahoo or is it something you can turn on?
Bill Reese
Bill Reese 2 muaj më parë
@Ardent I did a search and found articles about ALnets doing away with community captions but not anything about automatic captions. Do you have a link?
Odysseus Rex
Odysseus Rex 2 muaj më parë
@Ardent And yet, there are some channels that still have it. Did they just arbitrarily remove it for some and not others?
Ardent 2 muaj më parë
ALnets removed that feature for no reason. Pretty much everyone told them not to, but they did it anyway.
Jager1726 2 muaj më parë
Hey Tim!! I can’t thank you enough for all of your coverage. BTW, my “Future Martian” t-shirt is crazy soft and comfortable! You, Andrew and the whole team rock!
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