Atlas V Starliner OFT Launch Highlights

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A United Launch Alliance (ULA) Atlas V rocket carrying Boeing’s Starliner lifts off from Space Launch Complex-41 at 6:36 a.m. ET on Dec. 20, 2019.

Comments: 24
  1. JustAclever Ender

    You guys owe us a better presentation of the launch,take notes from SpaceX livestreams!Other than that you guys are amazing!

  2. Jeff Thompson

    Going off course

  3. Chris Bishop

    ULA did wonderful! Too bad that other company that nasa loves screwed the pooch

  4. Wutzmyname Mike

    Sadly, ULA Missions page Next Launch is not showing any upcoming missions in 2020. It only shows current mission as this one last month. Maybe United Launch Alliance has no plans for 2020???

  5. Nino Travis


  6. TheRedstoneHive


  7. T-65B X-Wing Fighter

    Why were the solid motors held onto so long after their burnout?

  8. Creole Syncopators

    Was this launched from Vanderburg?

  9. lorenzoo90

    So the Carrier vehicle is on tracks is that for speed reason? Also do you use the same kind of tools the rail road track workers use to align the tracks on commercial tracks?

  10. Jim Bledsoe

    Where was the crowd?

  11. lova Ravonimanantsoa


  12. Donny Helvey


  13. jjed300

    Keep up the great work in 2020!

  14. Four20 Noscope

    Always love seeing people’s reactions in the crowd.

  15. hicham mohsen


  16. Konstantin Kuchinskii

    Amazing video of another perfect launch! Thanks ULA for releasing this in glorious 4k

  17. Song Master

    Music, especially this music, has no place in a rocket launch video. Other than that, good launch :)

  18. quadrplax

    Skipping right from SRB jettison to capsule separation? I too wish we saw the centaur in flight!

  19. Craig L. Young

    Kudos! You guys did a great job to bad Boeing couldn’t keep up their end.

  20. Mark McCombs

    Congrats on the successful flight of the new configuration. I was really hoping to see the dual RL-10 light off. Maybe next time? Plz.

  21. Corb.

    I can’t wait until we start launching our own people into space again.


    Love the Christmas spirit @ 0:25 🎅

  23. Javier Vazquez

    It should be a crime that we still haven’t seen the dual centaur in action 😒 but great launch!

  24. Jim Wagner

    Gosh, I wish we’d have gotten a good on-board shot of the Dual Engine Centaur.

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