Atlas V Starliner OFT-2 Mission Profile

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A United Launch Alliance (ULA) Atlas V rocket will deliver the Boeing CST-100 Starliner spacecraft to a 98 nautical mile (nmi) sub-orbital trajectory on its Orbital Flight Test-2 (OFT-2) to the International Space Station.

  1. William Duffy

    Cen-tar? I thought it was pronounced Cen-tor?
    And if ULA had started the process of building RD-180’s in the U.S. 20 years ago (which they had a license to do, but cheaped out), then they wouldn’t have had to retire the Atlas 5 at all. The same false economy is at work by not making the Vulcan main stage landable like the Falcon 9.
    Despite these criticisms, I still wish them luck.

  2. Dingming Zou

    If Boeing failed again for some reason NASA should ask for a refund and give all that money to spaceX 😂

  3. Nikolay Kostishen

    Good luck!!!

  4. Jan Hanus

    Thanks for using metric too. :)

  5. Paul A.

    Go Atlas, go Centaur

  6. J FO

    Florida to Australia in 15 minutes, the long way.

  7. Mike's Tropical Tech

    Try again without the loud music.

  8. Zach Tarbell

    Anyone else think the thumbnail was a janky ksp rocket?

  9. Nowhereman10

    I just wanna tell you both, good luck. We’re all counting on you.

  10. Snax

    I’m more interested into the Atlas V than any other rocket ! She’s a beauty

  11. Samuel Krajc

    I thought Boeing was keeping the nose cone cover this time?

  12. VonPredator

    Wish you an nominal mission ULA!

  13. Braylon Williams


  14. NASA Plane crazy

    What about that vibrating RL10 engine on the centaur

  15. Alan Cristhian

    Good luck ULA and Boeing 🍀

  16. Theo Maia

    good luck to everyone at ula

  17. Jake McKee

    I’m gonna see this one in person at KSC! Good luck Starliner!

  18. gokulnath g

    Rd 180 🔥🔥❤️❤️❤️

  19. Calvin Maclure

    Man, if it fails this one…

  20. EinChris75

    Check your clocks… and perhaps the audio levels, too.

  21. Spam in a can

    The thumbnail for this video looks like Kerbal Space Program.

  22. DummyJoe

    Can’t wait! Good luck ULA! And good luck Boeing!

  23. Tmccreight25Gaming

    Best of luck!

  24. swegwards JD Khaled

    I believe the ULA team got this launch in the bag as usual

  25. Feel Good

    I hope ULA will show us live cam feeds, not animations

  26. Melon Eusk

    Godspeed the mighty Atlas V

  27. Hicham Mohsen

    Can’t wait for this baby to launch! Please give us live footage of tory bruno’s reaction to launch please!

  28. Pratwurscht Gulasch

    you forgot to show the booster landing. also, the background music is louder than the voice, probably the intern made this video, it’s ok :)

  29. Sofa-king-funny

    I wish they could move faster! this isn’t hard !

  30. fs10inator

    Interesting reuse of the OFT-1 Mission Profile audio (not complaining, due to the similarities with that of OFT-1).
    Good luck on the launch.
    Go Atlas! Go Centaur!

  31. Brian Streufert

    ULA and Atlas will get their job done without fail. Boeing though…..who knows.

  32. Matt Beavis

    If its on a sub orbital flight path.. how does starliner re orientate its orbit higher

  33. IsaQuest

    I have no doubt that Atlas will work perfectly. It is the most reliable rocket.

  34. Noah Carmichael

    Go Atlas! Go Centaur! Go Starliner Take 2

  35. Matt Beavis

    I swear this is scientology announcer. It has to be

  36. Scientific Instruments

    We’ll be watching, good luck!

  37. DS

    No one has any worries about Atlas V.

  38. m joao

    What day is the launch of starliner ????

    Anyone ……please ???

  39. PaddyPatrone

    Hope it works this time

  40. Javier Vazquez

    Let’s go! Go Atlas! Go Centaur! Go Starliner!

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  42. exospace man

    2nd attempt here we come!

  43. Aline Aquino


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