SpaceX 'BFR' Spaceship: Elon Musk Takes You Under the Hood

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  • katma 29 Eyl 2017
  • SpaceX CEO Elon Musk reveals the designs of the new 'BFR' spaceship that is currently under development. -- Elon Musk Teases Images of SpaceX 'Moon Base Alpha' and 'Mars City': www.space.com/38310-elon-musk-moon-base-mars-city-images.html
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  • Ed Evans
    Ed Evans 4 gün önce

    I guess the next stage is to tender this project out for the most cost effective outcome??

  • Sean V
    Sean V 7 gün önce

    He sounds like me when I present in class...fck presentations lol

  • 24moskito
    24moskito 14 gün önce

    Elon Musk and Seth McFarlane together would be a dream team

  • shagwellington
    shagwellington 16 gün önce

    His genius is amazing. He has the ability to think through everything to the smallest detail. This must be so embarrassing for NASA who could not even conceive of the practical aspects that Mr. Musk has done with his team. Government is so wasteful and slow. Musk did all this in one decade. I will enjoy seeing him achieve his goals as others flounder to keep up. If Musk had been running the Shuttle program I don't think we would have lost two crews and two shuttles to mistakes that could have been anticipated.

  • Nathan  Whitfield
    Nathan Whitfield 29 gün önce

    Big
    Fun
    Rocket

  • Nathan  Whitfield
    Nathan Whitfield 29 gün önce

    Big
    Functional
    Rocket

  • BenjaminSteber
    BenjaminSteber Aylar önce

    9:43
    No way. No way. How?

    • Danposting
      Danposting 26 gün önce +1

      BenjaminSteber economy of scale

  • redblinddog
    redblinddog Aylar önce

    He is over-processing the data. I have done this many time because I was trained to use my slides as my notes and if you really know your subject matter and your audience it becomes seamless. Also it helps to be a good speaker, Elon is not a good speaker. He should get other like his older launch commentator to do these presentations. Or one of the younger engineers that we have seen during Falcon launches. Elon should only be involved in the start and final Q&A. Yes he is one of the Smartest humans on earth but not a man who should be doing public high tech speeches/presentation to Non-Tech personnel like Non Tech Press.

  • RICHARD GORDON
    RICHARD GORDON Aylar önce

    I STUTTER YOU MOOK. I AM A SECONDARY LEVEL 7. AND AS ANY COMPETANT SPEACH PATHOLOGIST WILL TELL YOU, THAT LEVEL IS QUITE SEVERE.

  • petemclinc
    petemclinc 2 aylar önce

    They call it the BFR, you gotta be FKM.

  • Nils Lorand
    Nils Lorand 2 aylar önce

    Elon Musk - his brain works faster than he can talk

  • Yannick Gaensicke
    Yannick Gaensicke 2 aylar önce

    Big
    Fucking
    Rocket

  • Top Secret
    Top Secret 2 aylar önce

    BFR= Big Friendly Rocket...

  • Mark Lange
    Mark Lange 2 aylar önce

    Fuck he is a bad speaker!

  • J
    J 2 aylar önce

    JPL nuclear propulsion for big fucking rocket

  • Bill L
    Bill L 2 aylar önce

    This is comproable to the stuff NASA was doing in the 50's and 60's. Thinking way ahead and problem solving on a grand scale. Too bad we a still burning fuel to get there. It is exciting.

  • Jean Blanco
    Jean Blanco 2 aylar önce

    Joe thats the rocket it's gonna be onrange and in the tip of it gonna have some liquid nitrogen on it and you gonna hate me but is gonna say NASA lol

  • Bracket The Wolf
    Bracket The Wolf 2 aylar önce

    It’s going to work, I believe it will

  • Robin
    Robin 2 aylar önce

    why does he have a problem speaking???

  • rocr62
    rocr62 2 aylar önce

    Is he drunk?

  • Jordi Goyanes
    Jordi Goyanes 2 aylar önce

    um um um um ummm

  • BLAZINGJEKENZE
    BLAZINGJEKENZE 2 aylar önce

    I wish my dick was that big...

  • RollexCars
    RollexCars 3 aylar önce

    The docking and refiling part sounds complicated but I have faith in this

  • Jorge Solis
    Jorge Solis 3 aylar önce

    Mr. Musk, I wounder, if you make the rocket a bit smaller, take less people, I imagen, that, that way, you could get there faster and safer (Lighter rockets, easier to control, aren't they?), what do you think...?

  • Danyl Ho
    Danyl Ho 3 aylar önce

    "Where's the meal service?"

  • Blu
    Blu 3 aylar önce +1

    elon needs to take some communications classes

  • UnderDubz
    UnderDubz 3 aylar önce

    "Uhm"
    You can tell elon doesn't like public speaking its adorable

  • Robert Palmer
    Robert Palmer 3 aylar önce

    9:26 holy sh*t it's more powerful than Saturn 5. WOW it really is big. Never thought I'd see a rocket that powerful in my lifetime.

  • 4vediotube
    4vediotube 3 aylar önce

    Why WINDOWS? When outside lenses with inside High-Def. flexible screens can show everywhere from anywhere safer and lighter.

  • Manny Mercado
    Manny Mercado 3 aylar önce

    Ingenious

  • John McGuinness
    John McGuinness 3 aylar önce

    Not much of a public speaker is he.. He should go to an international Toast masters course

  • batmanbegins72
    batmanbegins72 3 aylar önce

    What makes mars so special? what happened to space mining projects?

  • kjetil Bergesen
    kjetil Bergesen 3 aylar önce

    dii id I Stu u u d dd er

  • johanponken
    johanponken 3 aylar önce +1

    He *really* needs to get some training, and stop that clipped, almost stuttering way of speaking. It is very detrimental to listeners understanding him - a prerequisit to being enthused …

    • Justice Democrats
      Justice Democrats 13 gün önce

      i dont mind. he makes up for it by removing 100 percent of the bs

  • Ibrahim  Vardag
    Ibrahim Vardag 3 aylar önce

    I have an Idea 💡
    When you run out of fuel on mars you can get fuel by getting Hydrogen by melting the ice on mars and separating water and then combining Hydrogen with Carbon Dioxide creating Methane and then you get fuel. Yay 😊


    I'm 10 years old

  • Ibrahim  Vardag
    Ibrahim Vardag 3 aylar önce

    Big
    Falcon
    Rocket 🚀

  • TheRedScourge
    TheRedScourge 4 aylar önce

    This will all be worth it, if for no other reason than to relocate all the flat-earthers to Mars.

  • Jorge Solis
    Jorge Solis 4 aylar önce

    Just like in the Enterprise, where is/are the bathrooms...?

  • Niles Normore
    Niles Normore 4 aylar önce

    The BFR is amazing but remember it will be a one way trip unless you get a refuel tanker in Mars orbit. Remember it needs the booster to even get into earth orbit and a tanker refuel after that. So how is it getting back to Mars orbit without the booster? I know it could produce the fuel on Mars but if not its staying there and again where is the booster to get back to mars orbit. Also again the refuel tanker in Mars orbit after that. This is definitely a one way trip. Of course the first ship's will be unmanned, I know. To do what, send equipment and supplies and fuel ahead. Maybe. But the original issues remain, no booster or fuel tank in Mars orbit. Of course he did say these people are colonists and not visitors right? Possibly dieing there is an option. Survival will be the first order of business and not returning. How is that possible? This man must be a genius. NASA is not considering this kind if mission, not even close.

  • kiwi potato
    kiwi potato 4 aylar önce

    Tbh I can’t wait

  • TheAtom
    TheAtom 4 aylar önce

    I hear they just started building the first prototype this month. Will be an exiting day when they reveal the first fully constructed prototype. Would be interesting to see how the living quarters look & how the crew would go about their day on the way to the moon or Mars or even in orbit on this thing. They’ll probably have to test out the living conditions for long duration trips with a few people onbord a landed BFR on earth before committing to a long trip with more than 30 people onboard.

  • john halamka
    john halamka 4 aylar önce

    for a different airplane , put the four motors at the front.

  • darren sexey
    darren sexey 4 aylar önce +1

    Think the whole world should get behind this guy,the earth has a finite amount of resources,makes sense to colonise mars or other worlds,we'll be an extinct race before we get any where near to alpha centauri...although i think he should aim for colonising the moon more,and then constructing launch sites from there....eg;the moon being easier and faster to supply,and then launching his big ships from there....Space 1999 style.I donate real money to this guy in exchange for some sort of real estate tokens/land deeds etc.In summary....I'm behind his vision,we should all be,fuck the russians and fuck nasa,theyre over.Their system of capsule is not condusive to keeping astronauts sane,its not much bigger than the capsule for the apollo missions,3 people in that small space for 3-6months....no way.

  • Karol Marek Walaszczyk
    Karol Marek Walaszczyk 4 aylar önce

    He is horrible at presenting

  • Abadok HD
    Abadok HD 4 aylar önce

    Big
    Fucking
    Rocket

  • DSS 72
    DSS 72 4 aylar önce

    BFR reminds me of a revived NOVA rocket concept,with the addition of being able to land of course LoL

  • Dangermouse
    Dangermouse 4 aylar önce

    I'd love to watch the video, I'm sure there is loads of cool tech and features to reveal but I honestly can't listen to Elon stammer his way through the process.
    The 13min video could 5.

  • Joe Blenkle
    Joe Blenkle 4 aylar önce

    OK, so we've all seen the illustrations of the Mars base with several BFRs landed around it. My question is how does the crew exit/enter the rocket after it has landed? Is there a ladder inside the ship running from the crew compartment to the ground? Elevator?

  • Bigg X
    Bigg X 4 aylar önce

    Where is BLUE ORIGIN in that rocket lineup? Haaaaa just kidding!

  • Deathwish026
    Deathwish026 4 aylar önce

    even if the bfr takes 10 years i really hope he pulls it off. this is what we need to push technology without a war and benefit the whole planet

  • minifik
    minifik 4 aylar önce

    This guy is a retard. Barely can talk and has no clue what so ever what he wanna talk about. Very interesting, really! I expected way more from Mr. Ironman.

  • Helium Road
    Helium Road 4 aylar önce

    Have simulated stuff like this in Orbiter many times. Concept-wise, it's all pretty cut and dried. But executing it in real life is a tall order. Lots of engineering challenges to get past. It can be done if they don't hemorrhage too much money in development. Here's wishing them the best in the endeavor; lots of us have been waiting decades to see something like this after government space programs dropped the ball following the Apollo landings.

  • beepIL
    beepIL 4 aylar önce

    He is not the best orator is he..?

  • flamencoMensch
    flamencoMensch 4 aylar önce

    "This is an engineer talking"?? :) Lovely pie-in-the-sky imagineering here - but why do they need that huge, heavy, aerodynamically streamlined Buck Rogers firecracker to actually land itself on the Moon or Mars, when a smaller vehicle would suffice? Don't get me started on all those big windows... :)
    BTW, @VideoFromSpace, why is your video so damn blurry?

  • Sebastião Mendonça
    Sebastião Mendonça 4 aylar önce

    I guess no one can be good at everything. His presentation skills are terrible.

  • Brian C
    Brian C 4 aylar önce

    I think the musky one has just lost his mind.

  • nitramyar
    nitramyar 4 aylar önce

    Amazing - despite all of his achievements, he has almost no discernible charisma.

  • Cloudblue0
    Cloudblue0 4 aylar önce

    Private Industry...😉....sure....🤓

  • Cloudblue0
    Cloudblue0 4 aylar önce

    Test flight with 100 child abusers😉

  • Cloudblue0
    Cloudblue0 4 aylar önce

    He wants ALL your $$$$$$$$

  • Cloudblue0
    Cloudblue0 4 aylar önce

    Cant listen to musk talk...sounds like a scientific jimmy fallon🤣😃🤓🤡

  • Sopwith Camel
    Sopwith Camel 4 aylar önce +1

    This is what happens when common sense is applied to complex systems. This is taking the most cost effective technology and applying it functionally and logically to purpose. Imagine what could be done when new advances in science and technology become mainstream. We advance by leaps. Government controlled space exploration can never accomplish this. This is also within the topic of the technological singularity so we must be wary.

  • Patrick
    Patrick 4 aylar önce +1

    I too was bothered by Elon's lack of presentation skills. A quick google relieved my doubts about him. This quora has solid reasons to why he is not the best at presenting, even *proving* he is highly intelligent. www.quora.com/Why-does-Elon-Musk-stutter-during-his-presentations

  • Thentacle
    Thentacle 4 aylar önce

    First the Tesla models being S 3 and X, and now the BFG. I love Elon.

  • Bebe Rebozo
    Bebe Rebozo 4 aylar önce

    I've been waiting all my life for the USA or Europe or JAPAN or China or RUSSIA to take LEAD, but noo .....the political BS roiling the WORLD precludes intelligent decision making. It took a man with above average IQ ten years to exceed the WORLD'S best.
    This 65 year old man - I want to live to see BFR, and if my heart explodes at launch I'd die a happy man. Thank You, Mr. Musk

  • TIXE RIGHT
    TIXE RIGHT 4 aylar önce +1

    I love how a very loud critic of wings on rocket ships became a convert to the idea that wings are really useful control-surfaces when leaving and returning atmosphere. I think it shows Elon is listening to & taking the contributions of his design teams seriously.

  • Paul Vermeersch
    Paul Vermeersch 4 aylar önce

    Ziet er goed uit, wanneer denkt Elon Must om terug naar de maan te gaan?

  • Melody Storm
    Melody Storm 4 aylar önce

    Comments are all about people complaining... Who's actually complaining though?

  • robinorg1
    robinorg1 4 aylar önce

    I love Elon Musk but he's not the best public speaker :o

  • Gustavo Pantuza
    Gustavo Pantuza 4 aylar önce

    He appears to be reading the text. Boring presentation

    • STRYKA FPV
      STRYKA FPV 4 aylar önce

      He also has a boring flamethrower

  • James C
    James C 4 aylar önce +1

    Just an observer: Elon has his reputation on the line, every time he speaks. If he was just starting out right now he probably would not pass the interview. However, people in the business who know him respect him for what he knows, not how he presents it. He has no equal as far as putting 500 million dollars of his own money at stake on an idea that may fail. Risk with his passion to press ahead where no one has ventured before. Showing us all a new way to make things profitable as well as making the technology viable. Showing us that big rockets maybe the answer to getting us off this planet. Big rockets is more cost effective than the small ones, as it relates to the earths gravity. Big rockets can escape gravity without the waste of tossing the stages in the water. Elon is leading the charge to space; got to give him that credit, U.S. government would be wise to support him in his goals with financial support. It would be money well spent!!! Plus if U.S. government would support him, imagine how fast/and how much things would get done. His limitations is the money he does not have.

  • babemonster101
    babemonster101 4 aylar önce

    ❤️❤️❤️

  • joshua43214
    joshua43214 4 aylar önce +1

    I watched Armstrong walk on the moon when I was a boy.
    I cant tell yo how much I love living in the future :)

  • Stephen Dahlem
    Stephen Dahlem 4 aylar önce

    Is it possible to refuel this ship in orbit?

  • chase that guy you don't know

    How did this man find the console commands

  • Dan Callinan
    Dan Callinan 4 aylar önce +1

    Spacex should invest in methane fart pouches on the backs of cows to refuel their rockets. Free fuel/ helping global warming even though you pooping it out again. Though I have no idea if that’s the kind of methane Elon is talking about.

  • Bill H
    Bill H 4 aylar önce +1

    You have to be so intelligent in so many areas, other than science, to pull off the projects this man has. Who cares if he isn't the best public speaker. America should have dozens of people like this. I'll save my rant about cuts in government funding since Regan for another forum. If Elon hadn't been able to pretty much self fund his projects, at least initially, we as a country wouldn't be discussing this project.

  • Sir Edgy
    Sir Edgy 4 aylar önce

    BFR a.k.a. Big Fucking Rocket

  • Risalamande
    Risalamande 4 aylar önce

    Coolest rocket ever
    The rocket version of the bfg

  • Iraqi Lobster
    Iraqi Lobster 4 aylar önce

    Fake newsssa

  • Jonathan Hiatt
    Jonathan Hiatt 4 aylar önce

    I want to go into space in my life time.

  • Bartosz Olszewski
    Bartosz Olszewski 4 aylar önce

    So first they sent a Tesla as a dummy payload, why not send a bunch of falcon 1's this time?
    On a serious note, this project will be just as, if not way more significant than moon landings for me. This is beyond what words can describe level amazing.

  • injustice fellow
    injustice fellow 4 aylar önce +1

    My grand kids are gonna remember this guy as either a fraud or the greatest human to live.



    I really hope it's the second one

  • Liberty4Ever
    Liberty4Ever 4 aylar önce

    Who would design multi-billion dollar rockets as single use items? Government, and tax funded government contractors.

  • Glen Proposch
    Glen Proposch 4 aylar önce +1

    Mars is not the best option. The moon is where we need to be.
    With this payload you can take mining equipment and dig whole cities out from underground.
    From the MOON you can get to Orbit and the asteroid belt with ease.
    Gravity wells are the problem for space travel .. stay out and build radiation shielding.

  • thicc kirby
    thicc kirby 4 aylar önce

    does bfr stand for big fucking rocket?

    • STRYKA FPV
      STRYKA FPV 4 aylar önce

      yes it actually does (though sometimes Big Falcon Rocket is used as the more family friendly name)

  • Jim W
    Jim W 4 aylar önce

    Its good to see that they use the metric system, catch up USA!

  • Nonya Damnbusiness
    Nonya Damnbusiness 4 aylar önce

    Such an amazing man, such an awful public speaker.

  • Dalek Anonymous
    Dalek Anonymous 4 aylar önce

    103 flat-earthers didn't like this.
    Brilliant idea, Mr. Musk! I have an idea for a radio telescope on the far side of the moon, if you're interested.

  • WiP FPV
    WiP FPV 4 aylar önce

    wait wait wait. knowing elon's sense of humor. does "bfr" stand for "big fucking rocket"?

  • kevin cordier
    kevin cordier 4 aylar önce +3

    I hope he does it, i really do.

  • dle511
    dle511 4 aylar önce

    11:04 This! Is! Mad!

  • Nyquix
    Nyquix 4 aylar önce

    thank you Elon. thank you SpaceX team

  • Skrinklewink The Sane
    Skrinklewink The Sane 5 aylar önce

    BFR, is that an acronym for Big Fucking Rocket?

  • 316Qasim
    316Qasim 5 aylar önce +1

    The acceleration of BFR will be approximately 2.23m/s^2 at liftoff through the Thrust to Weight Ratio. This is nearly half the acceleration of the Space Shuttle back in the 1981.
    So, if he somehow makes the BFR lighter or using a better propulsion system, the thrust to weight ratio will increase and his craft will accelerate much faster. Using chemical rockets as the only propulsion system is a bit obsolete, even for Elon Musk.
    Just the opinion of a 17 year old student studying rocket science.

    • 316Qasim
      316Qasim 4 aylar önce

      Well, there are many options. NTR sounds great as NASA and other space agencies are currently working on it. The best option (and also the hardest) is using LASER Photonic propulsion. This is done by beaming photons (massless) onto a reflective mirror. Using this technology, a solar sail (the device that ejects LASER beams) can reach up to 10% the speed of light. That's 30,000km/sec! Now, if that speed is our exhaust velocity and if we want to get to LEO ( required velocity = 9km/sec), then the mass of the propellant should be just 0.0003% the mass of the entire spacecraft. { I used the ideal rocket equation to get the calculated values }. Right now, the chemical rockets that we usually use have a propellant fraction of 0.89. (89% mass of the spacecraft = propellant)
      The sad thing is that our current technology is primitive to achieve such kind of missions at this modern day and age.
      But if there's a huge public and economic interest in using solar sails, then this technology might be seen in the coming decades or so.
      Hope that answers your question regarding the best possible solution to maximize thrust to weight ratio and ultimately maximize Velocity.

    • Lensflare Deviant
      Lensflare Deviant 4 aylar önce

      What other engine tech can produce the thrust to weight? They'll scream if you suggest a NTR. :)

  • 348frank348
    348frank348 5 aylar önce

    can i, come up, and give you a kiss? a good luck kiss?

  • Dave Bowles
    Dave Bowles 5 aylar önce +4

    Wow. 97 thumbs down at this writing. Must be flat earth science deniers.
    Congratulations, Elon, on a successful launch of the Falcon Heavy. I think it's so cool you sent your car to space.

  • swanclipper
    swanclipper 5 aylar önce +2

    so, it has nothing to do with the rest of you and your impatience? i see nothing "wrong" at all. it didn't even cross my mind to consider him somehow mentally incapable of talking to others. all i was thinking was the amount of information and technical jargon he has to avoid in order to simplify it for general consumption, must be immense. we're all scientifically literate enough, to a point, where he can confidently remind us of the depth at which this must be discussed before it's even considered a viable idea or truth.
    i've heard this man speak for years now, and not once has it crossed my mind he is not capable of public speaking. his diction is on point, his phrasing is on point, his patience is on point, there isn't a fucking thing wrong here.
    as for people defending Elon with silly excuses, even the people insulting the man, you should stop talking about him and focus solely on his ideas.
    whoever watches this guy present such ideas only to criticise or defend him, is stupid. you're all focusing on idiotic features of the individual when that has absolutely nothing to do with the ideas he's so keen to share with the world at his own expense. fuck. how would you like it if strangers did that shit to and for you? "oh it's ok, he's a little special, like all great minds." "he's afraid of public speaking." how fucking degrading is it when your ideas are second to your individual features?
    shit. you're all a bunch of idiots. all of you. the BFR is astounding. the cost is astonishing to think of. the plans and research on this project are beyond anything we humans have tried to do in our history, and you're all bitching about his presentation. fucking idiots.

  • lazer tag
    lazer tag 5 aylar önce

    someone give this man a speech coach