Complete Guide To Starship: Falcon 9 VS Starship. What's new? What's different? 

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SpaceX is taking everything up a notch with Starship. This thing is the ultimate challenge in aerospace engineering, a FULLY and rapidly reusable super heavy lift launch vehicle, capable of taking 150 metric tonnes to low Earth orbit.

But Starship’s ultimate goal goes way beyond just terrestrial orbital ambitions, Starship is the first vehicle designed to actually take human beings to Mars and back again.

In order to achieve this absolutely bonkers goal, SpaceX has had to employ a litany of new technologies, use new materials, develop the most advanced rocket engines ever made and come up with some wild ideas that have never been tried before… and maybe for good reason.

So today I wanted to go over all of these new technologies and compare it to SpaceX’s Falcon 9 and Falcon Heavy to help point out what things are new, what things are different and what they’ve learned from the Falcon family that will apply to Starship in order to really understand just how ambitious this project is.

We won’t be just scratching the surface here, in fact we’ll actually be taking you inside the rockets and showing you basically every single part and going over all of them with a fine tooth comb so you can learn as much as possible and have a definitive guide to Starship.

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00:00 - Intro
05:05 - What's the same
06:00 - What’s Different // Engines and Fuels
23:05 - What's Different // Size, Capabilities, Construction, Costs
32:15 - What's Different // First Stage Reuse
41:50 - What's Different // Second Stage Reuse
53:40 - Conclusion


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NanoCube 2 päivää sitten
they called it the BFR not because it had falcon heritage, but because it sounds like big f***ing rocket. probably.
Sahal Mullan
Sahal Mullan 2 päivää sitten
On left side all of those medium size rocket what website is it available at?
Danielle Moore
Danielle Moore 4 päivää sitten
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Britton Holdaway
Britton Holdaway 5 päivää sitten
The size of this thing screams kerbalized-space program
mike moritz
mike moritz 6 päivää sitten
Awesome job Tim!
TheCodex808 7 päivää sitten
Starhole morons huh? Really let's hear this story of rekt stuff 😆 bye it might explode 😆 crunchy die?
TheCodex808 7 päivää sitten
Take a dump?
TheCodex808 7 päivää sitten
Hope this pos really works I have been 100,100 years into the future so ask me stuff it's insane but some is also corny too Mars is awesome yes Red is nice yes time traveling is great no you don't need a Deloreon 🚗 sheesh like the movie it's a ... So there..
Ryu Shogun
Ryu Shogun 8 päivää sitten
Why don't they use super giant drones to clip the rocket to steel wires and help them land?
Keiya 9 päivää sitten
None of these are actually a starship though. That requires interstellar capability - these things are *maybe* interplanetary at best.
Tuuminshz 7 päivää sitten
I can go on and on
Tuuminshz 7 päivää sitten
Tuuminshz 7 päivää sitten
Follow The Grow
Follow The Grow 9 päivää sitten
Start using pounds.
Apyr 4 päivää sitten
Or just learn to use Kilograms like the rest of the world
Nancy Rodriguez
Nancy Rodriguez 10 päivää sitten
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Nancy Rodriguez
Nancy Rodriguez 11 päivää sitten
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Marcus Olds
Marcus Olds 11 päivää sitten
You need to do a 1 year review of this video. The progress in just 7 months is astounding.
Last 12 päivää sitten
And now 7 months later sn15 landed perfectly🙏
Pontius Pilot
Pontius Pilot 15 päivää sitten
Okay I'm going to guess that I won't see anything more like stand-up comedy than your double take on the Starship Launch System - SLS. Well played Tim. :)
Christopher Meyer
Christopher Meyer 15 päivää sitten
For the Starship that goes to the moon, the crew and equipment(upper stage) should have its own header tanks so that no elevator is needed to get to the surface. Thus the fuel section could be utilized as part of the moon base. My idea is to bury it using robots and three D printing tech, cut into it, three D print access doors.....we have all kinds of tech on this planet that should be utilized in space
lowdownbrown2002 16 päivää sitten
Am I the only one that's getting like this Moonraker vibe from James Bond ship that open up and Gobble up all the other ships the game was able to land back into the volcano just saying mymy has science fiction is became side effect
CL Lok
CL Lok 17 päivää sitten
Super Heavy + Starship, the combined thing should be called Super Starship.
Nancy Rodriguez
Nancy Rodriguez 18 päivää sitten
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Ian Mott
Ian Mott 18 päivää sitten
put the space suit on lol
Terr Rebell
Terr Rebell 19 päivää sitten
With a few engines at the flame end of the upper stage; how will SpaceX do the Butt-to-Butt refueling in LEO ?
Shannon Parkhill
Shannon Parkhill 22 päivää sitten
Just joined your Patreon! Keep making these sweet deep dive videos, please!! :) I love the way you do the graphs!
Mark Hurlow
Mark Hurlow 24 päivää sitten
Space x will find out the BF booster will need the reentry burn heat shield because of the heat warping of the Stainless steel housing.
Mark Hurlow
Mark Hurlow 24 päivää sitten
I would love to see you do modifications and design work changes on anything stainless steel with plane and simple construction methods. It takes seasoned craftsmen with as many years of training and experience as a neurosurgeon with almost as much class room education and hands on field work to do those simple construction changes. Those welders alone with no fit up or rigging experience have a minimum of four years of welding instruction and practice to be able just to strike an arc on something critical like these machines.Bro.
ArzaHelkilporo short
ArzaHelkilporo short 24 päivää sitten
I always laught when heard it 3:30
Bienvenido Bukiron
Bienvenido Bukiron 25 päivää sitten
D brain of Elon Musk
Bob Withrow
Bob Withrow 27 päivää sitten
Tim, this is a comment you probably don't get too often. In addition to your amazing knowledge and your ability to bring space down to earth for everyday people like me, you speak in an understandable cadence. I can hear you breathe. It is so much easier to absorb even a little bit of what you bring to the table because of your speed. Thank you. And yes, I'm norminal!!!
R4 Gaming
R4 Gaming 28 päivää sitten
Congrats on 1million subs
Im Random
Im Random 28 päivää sitten
Starship vs falcon 9 Short answer: Starship Long answer: S T A R S H I P
Diti 29 päivää sitten
High quality video! As always
Vablo 29 päivää sitten
40:09 Yeah blue origin can do that becose they dont have any PAYload. HAHHA
Maje80 Uukausi sitten
Thanks a lot for this super interesting video 👍😊
George Charokee
George Charokee Uukausi sitten
Alistair Xu
Alistair Xu Uukausi sitten
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Sirflappington Uukausi sitten
Update may 2021, starship prototypes have successfully landed multiple times. Absolutely incredible.
Donald T Jordin
Donald T Jordin Uukausi sitten
This is the 2nd time I have seen this ep. And I totally fasinated each time. Keep it up. I love it all. Donald
Master Electrician
Master Electrician Uukausi sitten
Starship landing reminds me of drifting, controlled out of control landing! I love it!
Lorrita xavier
Lorrita xavier Uukausi sitten
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Chandraprakash G
Chandraprakash G Uukausi sitten
Space channel with Metrics. I would ask nothing more nothing less, Keep the great work. Very inspiring to learn new things from your channel on every video !
Chandraprakash G
Chandraprakash G Uukausi sitten
Hi man, I would suggest you to use practical km/s for stage separation speeds. Example: Falcon 9 first stage separation speed is around 1.85 km/s and second stage separation speed is around 7.5 km/s. This would be fairly practical and easy to use rather than thousands of km/h, I would suggest to use m/s up to 1000 m/s then change over to km/s. Also if you definitely want to use km/h, then use it till 3600 km/h then change over to km/s.
Luka Radovanović
Luka Radovanović Uukausi sitten
Raptor is lo-key on crack head energy.
Manav Sharma
Manav Sharma Uukausi sitten
Man, you look like Wesley crusher (will wheaton)
Lakarius Litz
Lakarius Litz Uukausi sitten
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Nina Frangieh
Nina Frangieh Uukausi sitten
I love you falcon 9
Michael Behrns-Miller
Michael Behrns-Miller Uukausi sitten
Got chills listening to Tim talk about how insanely difficult the bellyflop is, knowing SpaceX already nailed it.
moesly89 Uukausi sitten
3:30 I laughed soooo hard at the Startship Launch System joke!! Clever very clever! Thanks for that Tim! 😂
Tuhin Mia
Tuhin Mia Uukausi sitten
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Angus Stewart
Angus Stewart Uukausi sitten
Right now starship is so underrated, but it will be an icon of engineering in the next decade that will forever be remembered as how we became a true space faring species..
Geno Bohez
Geno Bohez Uukausi sitten
they will continue in this way noturning back now
Rex Prangnell
Rex Prangnell Uukausi sitten
If refuelling in space it would seem easier to. Have a large refueling hose with a fuelling robot that fits it , I’m probably incorrect but would think the accidental collision of stArship and refueller would be catastrophic maybe safer to use the likes of a robot fueller on hoes connection
Rex Prangnell
Rex Prangnell Uukausi sitten
An old saying with regard to raptor engines on falcon and it goes something like this (if it ain’t. Broke don’t Fix it ) leave Falcon alone kapeesh
John Doe
John Doe Uukausi sitten
Why do they bother to paint them in white and repaint them after every launch? Couldn't they be paint black from the begining?
Jules Domes
Jules Domes Uukausi sitten
@John Doe White paint absorbs much less solar heat than black, so it helps keeping the rocket fuel cold before launch.
John Doe
John Doe Uukausi sitten
@Angad Singh Neah...must be a better explanation
Angad Singh
Angad Singh Uukausi sitten
@John Doe cuz it looks coool. It’s iconic.
John Doe
John Doe Uukausi sitten
@Angad Singh why they are white then?
Angad Singh
Angad Singh Uukausi sitten
they don't repaint them.
John Doe
John Doe Uukausi sitten
Why do they bother to paint them in white and repaint them after every launch? Couldn't they be black from the begining?
Cristina Stivala
Cristina Stivala Uukausi sitten
Thanks for this really thorough breakdown! Rocket science is confusing Af
Alpha1111100 Uukausi sitten
34:14 seperation and return to launch site maneuver is mindblowing!!!
Scarecro Uukausi sitten
"This maneuver will make the Falcon 9's landing look like a walk in the park" May 2021 Update: They did it man
Ray Bartlett
Ray Bartlett Uukausi sitten
I'd love an update on the Raptor engine, this video was made when they only had a couple hops.
Kevin Uukausi sitten
I'm seeing a large fuel storage station in earth orbit, lunar orbit, and Mars orbit one day so that starships will be able to refuel on location in various places. It will be interesting to see what infrastructure and logistics come about to get this interplanetary network going.
Collin C
Collin C Uukausi sitten
The futer is here baby
Steve Anderson
Steve Anderson Uukausi sitten
SN is just about the size of the seawolf class submarine, specifically the JIMMY CARTER......
D S Uukausi sitten
Thank you Scott! You covered all the questions the others haven't yet. Great episode!
Shoyo Uukausi sitten
Updated video pleaseeee
Rex Blueskyes
Rex Blueskyes Uukausi sitten
their are objects at the 34.31 timeline true till 34.38. what do you think these are?
McKay Hoffmann
McKay Hoffmann Uukausi sitten
50:05 I come from the future They do both!! 😂
Trent Lyon
Trent Lyon Uukausi sitten
I suggest they call the combined system the “Starliner”, with the fist stage called the “Starbooster” and the upper stage called the “Starship”... that would make it a lot easier to follow.
MixerRenegade95 Uukausi sitten
Doesn't Boeing have a Starliner?
MarlonBitoy Uukausi sitten
2:48 The Boeing 747-100 was built in Seattle while the factory was built around it. (This was back when Boeing was cutting edge and innovative)
Coleman Johnson
Coleman Johnson Uukausi sitten
I love the slight shade at blue origin when talking about how the rocket hovering is a waste of fuel! LOL SpaceX and Elon Musk ALL THE WAY!
Apex Blue
Apex Blue Uukausi sitten
40:35 if only he knew
Tiberius Maximus
Tiberius Maximus Uukausi sitten
name thrusters penquin
Jane McGann
Jane McGann Uukausi sitten
Enjoying rewatching this after SN15’s successful landing today :)
Gig27 Uukausi sitten
How many are here the day after SN15 successful landing?
Code_FK8 Uukausi sitten
Has this stream been live for months? Got so confused when I saw 5 month old comments on a live video lol
Awaken Now
Awaken Now Uukausi sitten
What was flying in the sky so high at 35mins
Aidan Gillard
Aidan Gillard Uukausi sitten
SpaceX is cool but the idolization of Elon is cringe
Matthew Heinlein
Matthew Heinlein Uukausi sitten
But the starship won't reverse direction in order to "Return to Launch Site"; it will simply complete one or more orbits, and re-enter when appropriate.
Jan Heimann
Jan Heimann Uukausi sitten
Great Video again!
Randolph Jones
Randolph Jones Uukausi sitten
Scotty I want you to beam me and my team up to be on mars right now. Yes ok captain beaming you and your team up to be on mars now.
Max Hissen
Max Hissen Uukausi sitten
Funny how at 35:00 he says there's no atmosphere right as a seagull flies past :/
Max Hissen
Max Hissen Uukausi sitten
@V MEMER 69 lol I was joking
V MEMER 69 Uukausi sitten
Cause he's not blind as you
Junior Jetseter
Junior Jetseter Uukausi sitten
The good ANSWEARS for BIG questions we have whenever S-X does something big. Let's play & dream . A lot of doubts I have but I'm impressed with progress. My time is gold and can't say more.
Andre D
Andre D Uukausi sitten
50:03 I don't think it will ever happen that they will belly flop and explode xD
Paul S
Paul S Uukausi sitten
What would be the drawback of doubling the size of the grid fins?
蔡浩洋 Uukausi sitten
Is it possible to place passengers in a gyro ball and be safe from the belly flop starship maneuver
Michael Göthe
Michael Göthe Uukausi sitten
Wow. Have been following SpaceX but not super close. This was a great video to catch up.
Saxman Shredder
Saxman Shredder Uukausi sitten
Made 4 children
Naison Magonyo
Naison Magonyo Uukausi sitten
You knocked it man, u really did
Adam Uukausi sitten
This is one of the first times I have ever felt obliged to subscribe to a channel's Patreon. I'm a big fan of Space X, but honestly I had no idea how these things worked. Your explanations were clear and layman-friendly, while also making rocket science easy to understand, at least in the basic sense of understanding! Keep up the great work, Tim!
Mader Levap
Mader Levap Uukausi sitten
While most of video was quite informative, price section was quite painful to watch. No, Starship won't ever cost only few million $ per launch.
Fluxx Uukausi sitten
To make the Starship (whole thing) vs Starship (the top part) comparison easier, I think we should name the whole thing the Starship Liftoff System, or SLS for short
Jason Menke
Jason Menke Uukausi sitten
A less than basic understanding of aerodynamics shows how much bs spaceX is. Not to mention Elon Musk is boring tunnels in LA which is obviously genius. My only questions are , why is this Musk not broke and why does anyone buy into this BS ?
Tuuminshz 7 päivää sitten
SN15 :)
Jules Domes
Jules Domes Uukausi sitten
@Jason Menke Was that a response to something? What are the obvious aerodynamic problems you referred to?
Jason Menke
Jason Menke Uukausi sitten
@Jules Domes well, that's what you get for thinking ! 🥴
Jules Domes
Jules Domes Uukausi sitten
@Jason Menke I was thinking more of your superior understanding of aerodynamics, compared to Musks grossly incompetent engineers.😀
Jason Menke
Jason Menke Uukausi sitten
@Jules Domes I'm an independently contracted imbecile . All I would do is try and boar tunnels for a subway system on the moon and I think good ol Musk probably has that infrastructure design patented already.
Jon Hunt
Jon Hunt Uukausi sitten
Paul Becker
Paul Becker Uukausi sitten
Please clarify? The Starship-Super Heavy combo can put 100 tons into LEO or all the way to the Moon/Mars?
Rawallen 9 päivää sitten
100 tons to Leo and 100 ton to the moon or mars if refueled in orbit.
Paul Becker
Paul Becker Uukausi sitten
NVM... ~27:10
deem Uukausi sitten
I think Elon is motivated and I trust in his vision. If it was anyone else my doubts would grow exponentially.
Greg Virgo
Greg Virgo Uukausi sitten
Robert Martin
Robert Martin Uukausi sitten
I don’t know when I have ever heard a technical presentation so well put together (content) and so well delivered. The presentation was enthusiastic, perfectly paced with excellent voice control, and so clear and understandable. Fantastic job. Thank you
bread Uukausi sitten
'flippity flappity finny airbrake things' lmao 😂
bartosz 7170
bartosz 7170 Uukausi sitten
Glad you are metric
Enrique Vargas
Enrique Vargas Uukausi sitten
such a great work!! Thank you Tim!
Indra Gunawan
Indra Gunawan Uukausi sitten
Starship Depot with active cooling as on orbit refueling depot.
fleisch11 2 kuukautta sitten
thank you! i was wondering how they move those (as you call them) "elonerons", but couldnt find anything on the subject.
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