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As always, we want to talk about the progress of the Spacex Starship Mk1 prototype in Boca Chica, but also a bit about the plans for the Boca Chica Space port. Then we also want to talk about the mars landing sites, the plans for a moon space elevator, and the NASA Artemis moon landing.

Before talking about starship, we'd first like to go a bit more into detail regarding the potential landing sites of future Starship missions on Mars. We find that many of the proposed landing sites are in a region known as Erebus Montes, right between Arcadia Planitia, and Amazonis Planitia. Besides the advantages mentioned in our last space video, this region would offer even more advantages, which we would like to discuss in detail.

On the topic of the moon, we got the news that Yuzaku Maezawa sold most of his company to free up time so that he will have more time to train for the 2023 dearmoon mission, a roundtrip around the moon with Starship.

On the topic of Starship, the SpaceX Starship prototypes are both nearing completion, with the Mk1 soon ready to get the nose cone installed. Fortunately, the SpaceX starship mk2 survived Dorian undamaged, because they put the SpaceX starship inside a wind-shelter, among other reasons, as a precautionary measure to protect the prototype from high winds. When finished, the SpaceX starship scale will be incredible, standing 55meters tall.
We also want to briefly talk about the three phases of Boca Chica spaceport, which will see a flight to an altitude of 20km in the near future, maybe with luck as early as October (Elon time). We have no further news of Elon's SpaceX starship presentation 2019, but we are sure that the SpaceX Starship specs will be absolutely incredible, once the prototypes are finished and ready to demonstrate the spacex starship thrust of the extremely powerful raptor engines.

We also want to talk a bit more about the Artemis moon program. NASA is currently investigating the possibility of using Bigelow Aerospace inflatable modules as the key modules for the lunar gateway station. We hope to see this happen, as we think that inflatable habitats make a lot of sense.

Then we also want to see what the current status of NASA's SLS rocket is, and if they will be able to make it in time for the planned Artemis 1 launch in mid 2020. But we still suspect that we will see a SpaceX Starship moon landing before the Artemis 3 moon landing in 2024. This might result in quite an embarrassment for NASA, should they land later on the moon than SpaceX. We included this in a little animated joke, also visualizing the insane SpaceX starship size comparison to the tiny little NASA lunar lander.

And lastly, we also want to talk about a highly interesting concept, recently formulated in a paper, namely the concept of a moon elevator. We think this idea is brilliant, as it would allow to transport crew and cargo to and from the moon very cheaply, and free up all the starships to fully concentrate on Mars.

So the production version of the Porsche Taycan has been released and of course we want to see a Tesla Vs Porsche Taycan battle, it just has to be. Now of course we compare different metrics and want to find out if this now is the long awaited Tesla killer. We then also want to talk about the Tesla solar roof fires, the Tesla insurance, and the Model 3 shattering sales records in the UK.

So now that finally the production version of the Porsche Taycan and specs have been released, we of course immediately want to find out how this car fares against the competition from Tesla. We of course look at the Porsche Taycan 0-60 time, and do a Tesla Model S vs Porsche Taycan comparison. We are amazed to find that the Porsche Taycan specs vs tesla are actually not so bad, this is indeed the first time that a non-Tesla comes close to the acceleration of a Model S Performance. Of course still below, but really close. The range however is quite a lot less than the Model S, even in a Tesla Model 3 vs Porsche Taycan comparison, the Taycan would lose here. However, it has a faster charging with 270kW than Tesla currently. So is it then the Tesla Killer? We think not. Because the price is just extremely high, at least 50% more than a Model S Performance, and in the higher Turbo S version, even 85% more! And it doesn't have the supercharger network or autopilot. Nonetheless however, the Taycan is a great car, that will certainly find many buyers, and will accelerate the death of gasoline sports cars. So we absolutely welcome the Taycan and are happy that Porsche made this car!

Then, a Model S Performance is under way to the Nurburg Ring in Germany, to beat the Porsche Taycan Nurburgring time. It of course is not nice that a non Tesla car should be allowed to be faster than a Tesla. Therefore the Model S will try to beat the Taycan's lap record this week.

In other news, the Tesla insurance program has started to roll out in California, and it is 20-30% cheaper than comparable car insurances, saving the customer hundreds of dollars per year. Combine that with the much lower accident rate of Teslas, and one can imagine how much money Tesla will earn with the newly opened insurance business. Certainly much to the dismay of other car insurers!

Then of course we also have to talk about the Tesla solar panels fire currently being reported about by many news outlets. Is it FUD again? Is it really that bad? Well this time, it is not so easy to entirely dismiss it as FUD. It could indeed be that Tesla hasn't been thorough enough to check the older solar city installations, and replace older parts to meet the newest industry standards. However, we think that while not being FUD level, the story is certainly blown out of proportion. The US Fire Administration's statistics show that 8000 fires are caused on average per year in the US because of electric short-circuits, so about 1 per hour !!! Considering also that Tesla runs 400000 solar installations, 1-2 fires per year certainly doesn't seem extremely bad. It seems to be a classic case of Tesla media bias again. But to be fair, we have to say that this time, Tesla could also be at fault to some extent. To what extent exactly will have to be seen in the coming weeks, when more info comes rolling in.

And then we also want to talk about the amazing Tesla Model 3 sales in the UK, where the car has managed to surpass most of the gasoline car competition, and has even made it to the Nr.3 best selling car in August. Certainly an amazing achievement and but a taste of the coming giant EV revolution, where EVs will completely replace gasoline car in the next 10-20 years.

We want to talk about the landing site of the first Starship Mars Mission and also discuss the reasoning behind the interesting choice of Arcadia Planitia as one of the first sites for the starship mars landing. Then we of course also want to talk about the close encounter between a starlink satellite and an ESA Aeolus satellite, the unfortunately failed India moon mission Chandrayaan-2, about the Florida Starship prototype surviving Hurricane Dorian, and about Dr.Robert Zubrins ingenious moon direct plan for establishing a moonbase soon and cheaply.

We first start by being happy that SpaceX's starship prototype currently under assembly in Cocoa, Florida, was fortunately not harmed by Hurricane Dorian. Unfortunately, we cannot really celebrate, since this came at the cost of the Bahamas suffering severe destruction by Dorian. We therefore decided to donate to the Hurricane Dorian Relief fund, link below. Since the SpaceX starship prototype has not been damaged, the SpaceX mars mission can continue and Elon Musk Starship presentation will also not be altered, the date remains the 28th of September. Current plans for the Starship prototype launch indicate October, which we find quite optimistic, we think Nobvember might be more likely. We hope to be lucky because we will be in Florida in early November and get the chance to see the prototype lift off from afar.

In other news, an encounter between an ESA Aelous Satellite and a Starlink satellite has been fortunately resolved, the cause for this situation having been a software bug. Hopefully it has been fixed in order to avoid such situations in the future.

Now talking again about Starship mars SpaceX, we have the very interesting news that a first potential landing site is now favored among the other possible landing sites: Arcadia Planitia. We explain which conditions a landing site on Mars has to fulfill in order to be a viable spot for the landing of Starship, and in order to establish a future mars colony there.

Then we also want to briefly discuss the Indian moon mission Chandrayaan-2. It of course saddens us that contact to the lander has been lost, however, we still want to congratulate India and are sure that the next mission to the moon will be a success.

Lastly, we want to talk about a way to build a moonbase for only 2-3 billion USD, as detailed by the Open Lunar Foundation. Dr.Robert Zubrin has a detailed plan, as how to make that happen, using only existing hardware in form of SpaceX's Falcon 9 and Falcon Heavy. We discuss this ingenious plan in detail.

In this episode, we want to talk about the Tesla Gigafactory Europe, which is now closing in on its target location, rumored to be lower Saxony in Germany. We then also want to talk about the return of the Aptera 2e, a mining truck that never has to be charged, and the bad Tesla customer stories and service problems.

So it now seems that a location for the Tesla factory expansion is coming, and the target location now seems to be lower Saxony in northern Germany. A Tesla factory Germany would create up to 2000 jobs in that region, which could prove quite beneficial for the German economy, since the ICE car makers are struggling and will have to even cut back a lot of jobs. We speculate about a future Germany in the year 2030 where lots of people will work for CATL in Erfurt and the Tesla factory in Europe, instead of their old employers at Dailmer, VW, BMW, and others.

In China on the other hand, first trial production runs of the Model 3 have begun in Gigafactory 3, with an estimated 3000 Model 3s being produced there by the end of the year. However, due to a weakening yuan and the the Tesla trade war china, Tesla will have to raise prices for their cars. Fortunately, Tesla has been exempt from the 10% Sales tax in China, effective immediately, which certainly will help to counterbalance the other developments.

We then proceed to talk about an electric mining truck from Kuhn, currently in operation for the eMining AG in Switzerland. This truck is interesting, because it basically almost never has to be charged, and we explain why.

Then, Aptera returns from the dead with their amazing Aptera 2e, which has an incredibly low drag coefficient, and is said to have a range of up to 1000 miles.

And then we want to talk about the Tesla model 3 service problems and Tesla model 3 service issues which currently plague customers. The german car rental company Nextmove wanted to order 100 Model 3s, but apparently the deal was cancelled by Tesla, after Nextmove raised some concerns regarding the quality of the first 15 delivered vehicles. We then of course also want to talk about our Tesla Model 3 performance, and why despite some issues that we also have, we'll still always continue to support Tesla, no matter what.

So now that Starhopper has fulfilled its mission, we focus on the Spacex Florida Starship, which will soon be transported to the Kennedy Space Center (KSC) according to newly filed permits by SpaceX. Then of course we also want to talk about the next generation starship 2.0, and also about the completion of the James Webb space telescope (JWST).

We first would like to recapitulate the successful 150m SpaceX untethered hop test of SpaceX's Starhopper vehicle last week. Now that it has fulfilled its mission, the focus will be entirely shifted to the SpaceX starship mk1 and mk2 prototypes in Boca Chica, Texas, and Cocoa Florida. In Cocoa, we can even already see parts for the Starship and Super Heavy Booster lying around. Newly filed permits reveal that already in September, SpaceX will transport the starship orbital prototype from Cocoa to the KSC, where it will do its fits suborbital test flight in October, Elon time. So we adjust it to a more likely November launch date. When the starship prototype lifts off, it will reach an altitude of 20km, certainly a magnificent sight compared to the Starhopper's 150m.
The Elon Musk starship presentation is now scheduled for the 28th of September, so not long before the test flights will begin.
Then we of course want to talk in detail about Elon's mentioning of Starship 2.0, the next gen starship successor with a diameter of 18m. The height is not yet specified, but if it would also be twice as tall as the current Starship, it would offer 8x the volume of the current gen starship, so around 8000 cubic meters! That is almost 9x the interior volume of the entire ISS, and 4x the interior volume of the huge planned Bigelow BA2100 inflatable habitat module. It could offer space for about 120 raptor engines, creating ginormous thrust, multiplying the launch capacity of the current gen starship. But of course we want to still remain focused on the current gen Starship 1.0, because it is already insane enough and so far ahead of the competition, as we show in a SpaceX starship comparison. SpaceX Starship vs SLS? Superior in every way. Versus the upcoming Vulcan from ULA? Lol, don't make us laugh. Versus the upcoming New Glenn from Blue Origin? Though better than Vulcan, it is still far weaker than Starship and Super Heavy!
And then we of course want to talk about the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), the giant successor to the Hubble Space Telescope, which will have a mirror and sensitivity high enough to detect biomarker gases in exoplanet atmospheres, lightyears away from earth. It will use spectroscopy in order to measure the light that passes from the parent star, through the atmosphere of the exoplanet, when the exoplanet passes in front of the star (light transit method). It might even enable the detection of so-called techno signatures, meaning gases that can only be of technological origin, emitted by potential alien civilizations.

In this video we want to think about how to make mars a habitable planet. Without some crucial upgrades to the current colonization ideas, we deem mars colonization impossible. We show ways to overcome the detrimental effects of low gravity and cosmic radiation, and therefore how to make mars habitable for humans.

First of all we'd of course like to congratulate SpaceX on the amazing achievement of the first Starhopper 150 m high Starhopper test hop, this is a day for the history books! This will actually enable our future on mars. But before thinking about that, some severe problems have to be overcome. Now after showing last week that terraforming mars with nukes will not work, we want to take a look at some research papers. Recent studies show that for example a low g environment wreaks havoc on the human body over longer periods of time. Then there is also the very big problem of cosmic radiation. New studies show that on a trip to and from mars, the cosmic radiation would severely impact the cognitive abilities of the astronauts in a very strong and negative way.
And then the problems persist on Mars as well, because the red planet doesn't have a magnetic field, and the gravity is only 38% earth gravity. We therefore want to propose a way of a complete colonization and a mars terraforming timeline, step by step, in order to overcome every single one of these problems.
The starship to mars would need to be modified by tethering together two or more starships and also the starships would need shielding with hydrogenated BNNTs.
Then after arriving on mars, we would construct mars homes underground in martian caves or lavatubes.
After that, we would construct rotational ring habitats as fast as possible, in order to reduce the detrimental effects of low gravity environment on the human body.
We then would move below ground after quite some time and build huge dome structures made of aerogel material. They would warm themselves only by sunrays.
Then we could outfit these domes with the rotational habitats in order to also have 1g in these domes. We then would have sunlight, 1g and nice temperatures in these domes.
Afterwards, we would start terraforming mars with advanced technology not yet available today, in order to access the deep hidden martian CO2 reserves, else we'll never get to high enough atmospheric pressure. We'll probably also need genetically engineered CO2 producing, extremely resilient bacteria. After a few hundred years the terraforming process should then be finished. We absolutrely believe that humans on Mars 2030 is absolutely realistic, and 3d printers will probably also see heavy utilization to first create an underground martian cave 3d printer mars colony. And it all began today with Starhopper. We truly live in amazing times and want to share our enthusiasm with you.

Again the Negative Bias Towards Tesla by the media is in full swing, making news headline out of every single Tesla fire, all the while of course completely ignoring the over 170000 gasoline vehicle fires per year in the US alone. We also talk about the Tesla Semi truck, the desperate EV competition and the Model 3 launch in South Korea.

So it's time again for exposing CNBC's negative bias towards Tesla, because they are the first ones to jump on the Tesla hate bandwagon, every time a Tesla catches fire. Even though according to statistical data, a Tesla is 10x less likely to catch fire than a gasoline car, and a gasoline car is burning on average more than every minute somewhere on this planet, news media are only interested in reporting on Tesla car accident. We see it as our duty to show that gasoline car fires are much more common and more dangerous, exposing the Tesla CNBC bias and destroying Tesla fake news wherever we can. Tesla haters of course would't like that, and would prefer the FUD against Tesla, which is mainly sponsored by big oil and legacy automakers.

A Tesla Semi spotted by the CHP (California Highway Patrol) could be seen up close by them, the driver of the truck confirming that the Tesla Semi might even have a higher range than the 500 mile number. In order to be able to hold the Tesla Semi release date by the end of 2020, Tesla battery cell production needs to increase, through means of Tesla getting into the battery resource mining business.

Then we take a look over to the competition, namely the Audi e-Tron, but especially the Jaguar I-PACE. Because Tesla ahead of competition, Jaguar went really aggressive with their pricing, and introduced a Tesla conquest rebate, to potentially lure customers away from Tesla.

Tesla is finally launching Model 3 into the South Korean market, with long lines of people waiting to see the car for the first time. We are sure that Tesla launching here will mean a nice profit increase.

Lastly, we made a bold statement, based on the logistics S-curve growth of new technologies, about the electric car market penetration by 2040.

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Our previous video exposing why CNBC hates Tesla stock & Elon Musk:
https://www.bitchute.com/video/eCjHjyV2xYmB/

We were quite amazed that a few 🚄Hyperloop projects are ACTUALLY PROGRESSING forward. So we decided to make a fun video reporting all the ONGOING LOOPS, as well as digging a bit into the history of pneumatic tube transport. Enjoy!
https://www.bitchute.com/video/D7rFB2tvfZNy/

------- Interesting resources to look up: -------
On the logistics S curve growth of new technologies:
http://www.foresightguide.com/logistic-growth-s-curves/

Or a much more detailed scientific paper:
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1877705811001469

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SpaceX's Starhopper flight planned to go as high as 200 m is being delayed by the FAA, SpaceX's suborbital flights with the Starship prototypes could happen as early as September (Elon-time adjusted), and SpaceX has revealed the upcoming launches of the Starlink satellites until mid 2020.

With Starhopper flight successful at 20 m height a few weeks ago, the next SpaceX Starhopper flight test is planned to go as high as 200 m. Unfortunately the Starhopper second test is stalled because the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) approval is still missing. We of course have our own theory on why this approval is taking so long, so put on your tinfoil hats. However we are sure that the Starhopper prototype will soon fly 200 m high, at the latest in September.

Meanwhile, the Starship flight test of the Starship orbital prototype is nearing. Elon indicated in a tweet that it could take place as early as on the 24th of August, just in time for his Spacex Starship presentation. SpaceX's massive Starship prototype is being assembled at the moment, both in Boca Chica Texas and Cocoa Florida. But of course we are talking about Elon-time here, so we came up with a fun conversion from Elon-time to regular time, as an homage to the Lorentz time dilation transform of Einstein's special relativity. It is of course purely fun, but we estimate that the SpaceX orbital Starship will not take off before mid September.

Then we have the next SpaceX launch dates with Falcon 9 of 60 Starlink satellites each, being the 17th of October and the 4th of November. We are amazed to find that 7 more launches are planned in the first half of 2020, so 9 launches until mid 2020. Falcon 9 Starlink deployment must however be further refined, because the loss ratio is still too high. We then reflect on why Starlink is such a genius move of Elon, and how Starlink's lower latency time, will make it superior to submarine sea cables. We speculate that Wall Street will certainly pay a nice premium to use Starlink in order to have an edge over other traders, with their high-frequency algo bots.

NASA has been working on their SLS already for 10 years, but the progress is so slow that we doubt NASA could land humans on the Moon by 2024 within their Artemis program.

Looking over to China, we find that the Chang'e 4 mission is still ongoing, and that the small rover Yutu-2 is still cruising on the far side of the moon, taking interesting pictures and performing science experiments.
We also take a look at a China private rocket company called Linkspace, which just recently did a 300 m high hopping test of their own. This is certainly an interesting new space race of reusable rockets.

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Our latest Starship & Starhopper update:
https://www.bitchute.com/video/tTz0CSIFs1WT/

We analysed Elon Musk Mars colony plan & explained how first landing on the Moon (either in collaboration with NASA or by themselves) fits into this:
https://www.bitchute.com/video/A958Nv26oQY1/

We explain why we feel more sad than happy on the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11:
https://www.bitchute.com/video/8j4GSVf48n6y/

------- Interesting resources to look up: -------
Starlink Homepage:
https://www.starlink.com/

SpaceX's Mars Homepage:
https://www.spacex.com/mars

Worldwide submarine sea cable map:
https://www.submarinecablemap.com/

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The mainstream media seem to have been too long too positive on Tesla, now its's time for some good old FUD again! Why CNBC hates Tesla stock & Elon Musk so much you ask? Well, in this episode we go deep behind the latest Tesla fake news, as well as bring you the most import REAL stuff happening in the world of electric cars.

CNBC reported that Tesla was accused by the US National Highway and Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) of falsifying Model 3 safety claims, which actually took place almost one year ago. CNBC's negative bias towards Tesla becomes obvious, as there is no mention of Tesla's response letter on Tesla Model 3 crash compilation and NHTSA's withdrawal of their allegation in the news report. Tesla detailed that the 5-star safety rating to Tesla Model 3 was actually based on NHTSA's own crash test data,
This whole bias against Tesla is actually initiated by a so-called transparency group named PlainSite, whose affiliates might hold short investments in Tesla according to their own disclosure. Similar to Jim Chanos and other famous Tesla shorters, this new Tesla FUD story and CNBC Tesla bias could just be initiated by PlainSite affiliates to keep Tesla stock undervalued.

The Chinese electric car startup "Human Horizons" unveiled their first electric SUV HiPhi 1, which looks like a mixture of Faraday Future FF91 and Tesla Model X. Moreover, HiPhi 1 is claimed to have some Tesla sounding specs with regard to its range and acceleration capability.

Jay Leno reiterated his praise for electric cars and especially Tesla as a pioneer in this filed. We totally share his opinion that gas cars are outdated in every way compared to EVs.

Along with the insanely fast Gigafactory 3 progress, the Chinese Gigafactory 3 has been officially added to the Shanghai free trade zone, which could have a positive impact on the upcoming Chinese Model 3s despite the trade war between the US and China.

A new Tesla patent application (US20190217794) shows a Tesla wiring diagram to reduce the length of cable wires in all Tesla models from 1.5 to 3 km length, down to only 100 meters. That would greatly reduce manufacturing costs and therefore increase the profit margin of every produced car, therefore increasing Tesla's profitability.

The Gigafactory 2 in Buffalo, New York is certainly less known, and produces solar roof tiles as part of Tesla energy solar project. Elon Musk recently tweeted that production of solar roofs is going to be ramped up significantly in order to reach 1000 roofs per week by the end of the year 2019.

The new Tesla megapack battery was unveiled, a giant battery pack exactly as the Tesla Megapack Australia with a battery storage capacity of 30 MWh, or 30x that of a maximum range Model S.

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Our previous video exposing CNBC's negative bias towards Tesla:
https://www.bitchute.com/video/jL1yEHnglImD/

Our previous video successfully predicted Tesla Stock rebound
https://www.bitchute.com/video/HuwZsjmQIE98/

Our last EV news:
https://www.bitchute.com/video/kalIqjrAdued/

------- Interesting resources to look up: -------
Tesla wire cable patent application (US20190217794):
https://patentscope.wipo.int/search/en/detail.jsf?docId=US248874266&tab=PCTDESCRIPTION

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We're amazed by the fast progress of the two SpaceX orbital Starship prototypes in Boca Chica and Cocoa. Moreover, a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket successfully sent the heavy AMOS-17 satellite into its orbit. But why didn't a Falcon 9 reentry happen, despite the rocket 1st stage being reusable? Last but not least, the secret X-37B military space plane and the LightSail 2 solar sail spacecraft can't be missing in this week's spaceflight news!

While we're eagerly awaiting the second Starhopper untethered hop of as high as 200 m, SpaceX Starship orbital prototype at SpaceX Texas facility is nearing its final assembly stage. According to Elon, the very first orbital Starship flight test could take place as early as by the end of August, after at least three raptor engines being installed onto Elon Musk Starship test rocket.

Why didn't the Falcon 9 first stage return to the launch site after separating from the second stage during the latest AMOS-17 mission? We give you our explanation in the video, and of course we'd like to hear your opinion in the comments as well :) But at least, the Falcon 9 fairing recovery from the Falcon 9 reusable second stage was a success.

NASA just released a 250 page technical assessment of SpaceX Super Heavy booster and Starship vehicle. The historic Apollo Launch Complex 39A at Kennedy Space Center (KSC) will get new structures and upgrades, in order to support the planned Starship / Super Heavy launch frequency of as high as 24 times per year. "Starship / SuperHeavy will enable delivery of cargo and people to the Moon and Mars". Similar versions of this sentence appear multiple times in NASA's assessment for the SpaceX Starship and Super Heavy launch vehicle. Is NASA finally accepting the fact that their own SLS (Space Launch System) can't compete with SpaceX's reusable rockets in any way? If SpaceX continue their incredibly fast Starship and Raptor engine progress, we could indeed see Elon Musk Starship rocket flying for the Artemis Moon 2024 mission.

French President Emmanuel Macron announced the creation of a new space command within the French Air Force.

The X-37B orbital test vehicle from the US Air Force has been in orbit for already 700 days. Since it's a classified mission, everyone is speculating about the real purpose behind this secret space plane.

The new SpaceX prototype suit, as well as the next gen space suit system from Collins Aerospace in collaboration with ILC Dover for future Moon and Mars missions, show significant improvements compared to NASA's current space suits.

LightSail 2 was launched more than one month ago by a SpaceX Falcon Heavy. Now the recent LightSail 2 sail deployment was a success, and the purpose of this small spacecraft is to demonstrate controlled solar sailing in low Earth orbit.

After the next SpaceX Starhopper flight and the first Starship prototype flight, Elon Musk is supposed to finally give the long overdue presentation about more detailed future plans for Starship / Super Heavy. We'll certainly keep a close eye on this, as well as on NASA's probable slow but already happening transition from building SLS to solely utilizing commercial rocket launch systems for all future Moon and Mars missions.

We analysed Elon Musk Mars colony plan in detail:
https://www.bitchute.com/video/A958Nv26oQY1/

Falcon Heavy Launch bringing Lightsail-2 into orbit:
https://www.bitchute.com/video/47kWutOEhuqX/

------- Interesting resources to look up: -------
The 250 page NASA environmental assessment of Starship and Super Heavy:
https://netspublic.grc.nasa.gov/main/20190801_Final_DRAFT_EA_SpaceX_Starship.pdf

NASA industry partnerships mentioning SpaceX twice and even Starship by name:
https://www.nasa.gov/press-release/nasa-announces-us-industry-partnerships-to-advance-moon-mars-technology/

On the Breakthrough Starshot Initiative:
https://breakthroughinitiatives.org/initiative/3

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Elon Musk hinted on Tesla's recent earnings call that a fully operational Tesla Factory Europe is planned for 2021. On the other hand, major German carmakers like BMW, Mercedes, and VW all have at least one full-electric car model to be launched by the same year 2021. Last but not least, the progress of the Chinese Tesla Gigafactory and the best features in the upcoming Tesla V10 update can't be missing in this week's EV news episode ;)

-------------------- TESLA NEWS: --------------------
The outside of Elon Musk Gigafactory 3 in Shanghai looks completely finished, and on the inside various assembly lines for Model 3 are being equipped with Tesla factory robots as well. The new Gigafactory 3 will certainly boost Tesla model 3 sales China even more.
We can expect a Tesla factory expansion to Europe by 2021, and the most favored location for a Tesla Gigafactory Europe at the moment is the French-German border area.
Based on Tesla Q2 delivery report, Tesla has tripled their car sales in Europe in the first half of 2019, compared to the same time period in 2018 despite a slowing car market. The Model 3 is currently by far the best selling EV in Europe, hence a Tesla factory in Europe is indeed overdue.
Being able to watch YouTube and Netflix on Tesla screen are certainly the coolest feature in the upcoming Tesla updates. Other promising upcoming Tesla features include Smart Summon and improved autopilot behavior.

-------------------- UPCOMING GERMAN EVS: --------------------
Spy shots of the Mercedes EQS, a large Sedan in their all-electric EQ car series, indicate an elegant design and a comparable finish to the Tesla Model S. The remaining key question is of course whether the range of the Mercedes EQS could compete with that of the Tesla Model S.
Leaked shots of the upcoming full-electric VW ID.3 reveal a modern and futuristic design both on the outside and for the interior. Moreover, VW is busy testing the SUV version of the ID.3, the VW ID. Crozz, which could be seen with production body for the first time.
Spy shots of the upcoming full-electric BMW Vision iNEXT indicate that the design of the production version will be a lot more boring and less futuristic than the concept car.

We're quite excited about Elon's announcement of a new Gigafactory in Europe, and with a high probability even in Germany, the country where we live! And hopefully this will force the legacy German car manufactures to launch more electric car models more quickly. We'd be really happy to test some German electric cars with a range comparable to Tesla vehicles. But we somehow doubt it 🙃

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https://www.bitchute.com/video/D7rFB2tvfZNy/

------- Interesting resources to look up: -------
Our favorite Shanghai Gigafactory 3 drone guy:
https://www.youtube.com/user/jasonyangsha

Statistics on EV sales in Europe:
https://cleantechnica.com/2019/07/02/european-electric-vehicle-market-up-28/

Tesla absolutely crushing the competition in Europe:
https://insideevs.com/news/362674/global-ev-sales-in-june-2019/

EVs will reach 100% market penetration between 2040 and 2050 (logistics S-curve !)
https://blogs.dnvgl.com/energy/ev-uptake-will-be-fast-and-vast

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After the first successful Starhopper untethered hop of 20 m, a Starhopper 2nd hop could go as high as 200 m. Furthermore, it seems that we can finally see some real NASA and SpaceX collaboration happening with regard to the development of Starship / Super Heavy.

After the first untethered Starhopper test flight success, the second untethered SpaceX Starhopper hop test of as high as 200 m is expected within the upcoming week.

NASA announces US Industry Partnerships to Advance Moon & Mars Technology, with TWO remarkable mentionings of SpaceX / Starship. The first one involves the development of the orbital propellant refilling technology, an essential feature of Elon Musk Starship rocket.
The second partnership between NASA and SpaceX is even more intriguing: SpaceX shall "work with NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida to advance their technology to vertically land large rockets on the Moon"! So NASA is indeed considering utilizing SpaceX's Starship / Super Heavy system to fulfill their ambitious Artemis mission of landing humans on the moon by 2024.
The vertical landing technology is surely crucial, as nothing has ever landed on the moon that's even remotely as heavy as SpaceX's Starship. Thanks to the high payload of Starship, we expect this time a human moon base could be built much more easily and faster as compared to during the Apollo era.

Could we colonize the Moon and Mars? In order to answer this question, we first need a realistic concept for human habitat modules in low gravity environment. Dr. Joseph Parker proposed on the annual Mars Society Convention a rotating Mars habitation module concept, where earth-like artificial gravity will be produced by a high-speed MagLev train travelling along a big ring structure.

China's commercial spaceflight sector is bumming: at least 15 Start-ups are currently working on Chinese reusable rockets, trying to replicate the success of SpaceX. This will certainly give a push to the Chinese moon project and moon landing plans as well.

We for sure will keep a close eye on the next Starhopper untethered test, the progress of SpaceX Starship orbital prototype, as well as any Elon Musk Starship update!

------- ✅Recommended videos✅ -------
In our last news episode, we analysed a truly exciting interview of Elon Musk with TIME magazine, where he hinted that an unmanned SpaceX Starship plans to land on the moon in 2021 already!
https://www.bitchute.com/video/P9ebMxgL8QHq/

We explain why we feel more sad than happy on the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11:
https://www.bitchute.com/video/8j4GSVf48n6y/

We analyze SpaceX's Mars colonization plan and how first landing on the Moon (either in collaboration with NASA or by themselves) fits into this:
https://www.bitchute.com/video/A958Nv26oQY1/

------- Interesting resources to look up: -------
Dr. Joseph Parker's (from the Mars Society) talk on rotating habitats for Low-Gravity environment:
https://youtu.be/HPck20Jpyio

On how to power the Mars colony and the rotating habitats with thermo-electric generators:
https://youtu.be/NLE5YFuCmhw

NASA's press release on industry partner collaborations, and their 1st official mentioning of SpaceX's Starship:
https://www.nasa.gov/press-release/nasa-announces-us-industry-partnerships-to-advance-moon-mars-technology

China's spaceflight Startup iSpace:
http://www.i-space.com.cn/

China's spaceflight Startup Linkspace:
http://linkspace.com.cn/

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The basic concept of Hyperloop could be older than you've thought! And here we answer all the essential questions: Is Hyperloop Real? Is Hyperloop possible from the beginning? Are there actually any Hyperloop systems being built right now?

The idea of utilizing pneumatic tubes for public transportation goes back to the late 18th century, and the first atmospheric railways were already built in the early 19th century.

The transatlantic pneumatic tube connecting Boston and Liverpool from the short story "An Express of the Future", written by Michel Verne (son of Jules Verne) and first published in 1895, reads remarkably similar to the depiction of a Hyperloop.

In 1904, the rocket pioneer Robert Goddard came up with a first vacuum tube transportation concept, where magnetically levitated pods would have been propelled at very high speeds through evacuated tubes.

The modern Hyperloop concepts are based on Elon Musk's White Paper "Hyperloop Alpha" from 2013. He proposed to replace vacuum tubes by tubes filled with low pressure air, as well as to mount an electric compressor fan at the front of the Hyperloop pod, in order to overcome the Kantrowitz limit for top speed.

Is Hyperloop cheaper than bullet train? According to the calculation in "Hyperloop Alpha", a Hyperloop track connecting San Francisco and Los Angeles would only cost 9% of a high-speed bullet train line.

The first SpaceX Hyperloop test track was built in 2016 in Hawthorne. Since then, Elon Musk Hyperloop competition has been taking place every year. The Technical University of Munich (TUM) was the Hyperloop competition winner for 2019, and SpaceX is already planning to build a longer test track with a curve for the next SpaceX Hyperloop competition.

Is Hyperloop a reality? Due to the potential of economic benefits shown in Elon Musk's Hyperloop white paper, private Hyperloop companies are emerging and competing with each other to build the first commercial Hyperloop network.

Virgin Hyperloop One is building a Hyperloop line connecting the two major cities of Mumbai and Pune in India. The Mumbai-Pune Hyperloop train speed could reduce the travelling time between these two cities from hours to 25 minutes.
Virgin Hyperloop One recently also signed a deal with the government of Saudi Arabia, to build a 35 km-long Hyperloop test track north of Jeddah. The ultimate goal is to build a Hyperloop line from Jeddah to Riyadh, so to reduce the travel time from currently almost 10 hours to just 76 minutes.

Their Hyperloop passenger capsule is expected to be unveiled at the Virgin Hyperloop experience at Expo 2020 Dubai.
Hyperloop Transportation Technologies (HyperloopTT) is pushing their Chicago-Cleveland Hyperloop route, which is supposed to be developed to the larger Great Lakes Hyperloop System later on.
HyperloopTT is also working on a first Phase of the future UAE Hyperloop connecting Dubai and Abu Dhabi, which should reduce the travel time between these two major cities down to 12 minutes.

We believe Hyperloop is actually safer than normal or high-speed railway trains for different reasons, and a Hyperloop future might be nearer than most people have thought!

We're really looking forward to the first public Hyperloop station and Hyperloop train lines ;) And don't forget to tell us in the comments, if you're also interested in a Hyperloop ride!

------- Interesting resources to look up: -------
Elon Musk's Hyperloop Whitepaper from 2013 that started it all:
https://www.spacex.com/sites/spacex/files/hyperloop_alpha.pdf

A nice summary of pneumatic tube transport history:
https://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2013/08/pneumatic-tubes-a-brief-history/278604/

Another good summary of pneumatic tube transportation ideas, leading to modern Hyperloops:
https://www.businessinsider.de/history-hyperloop-pneumatic-tubes-as-transportation-2017-8?op=1

Michel Verne's short story reading like a Hyperloop prediction:
http://gutenberg.net.au/ebooks06/0606611h.html

On the Great Lakes Hyperloop system (by Hyperloop TT):
https://youtu.be/fI-_RtnGv5I

On the Mumbai - Pune Hyperloop (by Virgin Hyperloop One):
https://youtu.be/mrhBYZPKMs4

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We are quite amazed by Elon Musk's ambitious claim about Starship's moon landing timeline from his recent interview with TIME, as well as the first successful untethered Starhopper lift-off. Besides, the Asian space agencies aren't sleeping either, as we have some truly exciting stuff to report about China's Tiangong-2 space station and India's Chandrayaan-2 moon mission.

The first untethered SpaceX Starhopper flight reached a height of around 20 m. We're looking forward to the next Starhopper raptor engine test within the next few weeks, where the Starhopper is supposed to reach a height of around 200 m.

In an interview with TIME Magazine, Elon Musk hinted that an unmanned Starship could already fly to the Moon in 2021, and a crewed Moon landing could just follow SpaceX Dearmoon mission in 2023. Besides, SpaceX would and probably will be financing all these missions on their own, as NASA currently is still sticking to their SLS and the Lunar Gateway for their 2024 Artemis moon mission.

Since SpaceX orbital Starship prototypes in Cocoa, Florida, and Boca Chica, Texas, are scheduled for the first orbital tests by late 2020, and SpaceX would be able to draw revenue from their Starlink Internet satellites as of 2021, there is indeed a good chance to see Starship/Super Heavy bringing humans back to the Moon before NASA's Artemis / SLS plan. If NASA would switch from SLS to Super Heavy and SpaceX moon lander after SpaceX's successful moon landing in 2023, Elon Musk's Mars colonization plan would certainly also get an additional huge push forwards.

With regards to Starship's atmospheric re-entry design, SpaceX might switch from the liquid methane bleeding to the classic heat shield tiles.

SpaceX successfully launched their 18th Commercial Resupply Services (CRS-18) mission for NASA, and the first stage of the Falcon 9 rocket also perfectly flew back to the landing zone at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. Currently the Cargo Dragon spacecraft is safely docked to the ISS.

India successfully launched their Chandrayaan-2 moon mission, mainly in order to detect the presence of water ice at the lunar South Pole. The Indian lunar lander together with a small rover are supposed to land on the moon by September.

China's Tiangong-2 space station reentered the atmosphere under controlled conditions after almost 3 years of successful operation. China is already planning for the next and larger space station by 2022, and the Chinese Moon Program shouldn't be underestimated either. We'll certainly keep you updated on any further developments through our channel!

So according to Elon Musk's interview with TIME, Starship status quo looks quite promising. We're really looking forward to an official SpaceX Starship announcement or even more information on a SpaceX crewed mission on the upcoming Elon Musk Starship presentation.

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We explain why we feel more sad than happy on the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11:
https://www.bitchute.com/video/8j4GSVf48n6y/

We analyze SpaceX's Mars colonization plan and how first landing on the Moon (either in collaboration with NASA or by themselves) fits into this:
https://www.bitchute.com/video/A958Nv26oQY1/

------- Interesting resources to look up: -------
SpaceX Starship & Mars mission homepage:
https://www.spacex.com/mars

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Once again we're amazed by the fast Gigafactory 3 progress, as people are already starting to work there! Moreover, the Tesla stock continues its rebound, just as we've predicted two months ago. And finally, we got some first concrete information on Elon Musk's mysterious Neuralink project from the latest official Neuralink presentation.

The continuing Tesla stock rise basically confirmed our previous suspicion that the stock was artificially kept undervalued by the news media's negative bias towards Tesla. Now that the big hedge funds have switched their role from Tesla short sellers to opening long positions on the stock, the news media also suddenly turned a bit more positive on Tesla.
Furthermore, we expect very positive results for the upcoming Tesla earnings call Q2 2019, which will certainly boost the Tesla stock rebound even more.

Assembly lines are already being installed in Tesla Shanghai Gigafactory 3, which could start to produce Model 3s as early as in September. Besides, Tesla is improving its publicity among the Chinese by hosting music parties with QQ Music, a popular Chinese music streaming service which has lately become available in all Tesla vehicles in China.

Due to the nice Tesla Q2 sales numbers, we believe in Tesla profit growth and that they will sell many more cars than what most people thought to be possible by the end of this year.

BMW could see a revival of their electric car production, should Oliver Zipse, instead of the EV-skeptic Klaus Fröhlich, become the new CEO after the resignation of Harald Krüger. The latter has basically been responsible for destroying BMW's early start with electric cars, as they already came out with the BMW i3 and BMW i8 over 5 years ago.

Elon Musk finally unveiled what is Neuralink doing: developing a brain-computer chip, the N1. This is some real cyberpunk technology which is supposed to enhance your cognitive functions and allow you to control objects with your thoughts. We're very excited by this major Neuralink update, as this brain-PC interface will not only greatly improve the life of paralyzed and blind people, but eventually might be able to prevent the extinction of humanity by merging ourselves with the Neuralink AI.

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Our previous video exposing CNBC's negative bias towards Tesla & Tesla stock manipulation by big hedge funds controlling the news media narrative:
https://www.bitchute.com/video/HuwZsjmQIE98/

Our first video exposing Tesla FUD and explaining who were profiting from the flood of negative news articles about Tesla:
https://www.bitchute.com/video/jL1yEHnglImD/

------- Interesting resources to look up: -------
The Neuralink paper, containing all the technical details:
https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/703801v2

The complete live stream of the unveiling of the brain-computer chip N1:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_sNmIU8Fd9c

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You might also have been shocked by the huge fireball during SpaceX's Starhopper test, but we explain why the recent Starhopper engine test was actually not so bad as it looked. Furthermore, SpaceX's engineers finally found out the cause of SpaceX Crew Dragon accident three months ago. Of course, NASA's celebration for the 50th anniversary of lunar landing and India's second lunar exploration mission must not be missing in this week's space news either.

Despite the fireball, the Starship raptor static fire test with SpaceX Starhopper raptor engine SN06 was a success. The fire actually occurred only after SpaceX new engine test and could be caused by a methane leak.

SpaceX's engineers have identified the reason of SpaceX Crew Dragon anomaly during its last routine test, as well as have proposed a solution for it.

India's Chandrayaan-2 moon mission has been delayed due to a faulty plumbing. But the new launch date should still be in this month. We're looking forward to seeing whether the Indian lunar rover would be able to find water ice at the lunar south pole.

On NASA's celebration event for the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11, Michael Collins and Buzz Aldrin met at the historic launchpad 39A and shared interesting insights from their amazing moon landing mission.

Despite the celebrating atmosphere at NASA, we're quite sad that they actually haven't made any major progress in manned spaceflight since the Apollo program 50 years ago. There isn't any new progress of NASA Artemis program either, and we deeply doubt if NASA Artemis moon mission with their SLS rocket will meet its schedule. Hence we're all the more grateful for the existence of SpaceX and Elon Musk. After this week's Starhopper raptor test, we're eagerly waiting for the untethered SpaceX hopper test flight, as well as hopefully Elon Musk Starship presentation and the release of Spacex Starship website.

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We explain why we feel more sad than happy on the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11:
https://www.bitchute.com/video/8j4GSVf48n6y/

Our latest update on Starship, Starhopper & other ONGOING space flight programs:
https://www.bitchute.com/video/mk7S84v6G5IG/

------- Interesting resources to look up: -------
Crew dragon explosion explained:
https://www.teslarati.com/spacex-crew-dragon-explosion-titanium-fire/

Interview with Michael Collins:
https://youtu.be/VEmXaAohIVM

Buzz Aldrin speaks at NASA's celebration event for Apollo 11:
https://youtu.be/rpOn2rThTKo

India's Chandrayaan-2 moon mission homepage:
https://www.isro.gov.in/chandrayaan2-home

SpaceX Starship & Mars colonization plan homepage:
https://www.spacex.com/mars

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We review the Apollo program history and give you facts to make the Apollo program explained. The NASA Apollo 11 launch marked the beginning of a series of moon missions, lasting until the famous Apollo 17 mission in 1972, being the last time humans set foot upon the moon. So why are we not celebrating this historic event, as many others do?

The Apollo program was called into life by president John F. Kennedy, as a direct response to the Soviet lead in manned space flight. Exactly 50 years ago, the Apollo 11 spacecraft with the lunar module Eagle was launched on launch pad 39A at Cape Canaveral, not only for the US, but Apollo 11 for all mankind.

Undoubtedly, we want to pay the Apollo program tribute by stating its importance for the advancement of humanity and the fast progress of spaceflight technology in the 1960s. However, we are not celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Apollo program missions!

In short, we are extremely disappointed and sad that the Apollo program was cancelled. And all the subsequent plans of the Apollo program, which NASA had to colonize the moon, also got completely scrapped, largely because of the Vietnam war.

Due to bad decisions by presidents Johnson and Nixon, the severe cutting back of NASA's budget in the 70s destroyed all plans for NASA moon bases within the framework of LESA - the Lunar Exploration System for Apollo.

And now, 50 years later, NASA has announced the Artemis program to land astronauts on the moon by 2024. But will it be enough to make us happy again? Or is someone else needed to restore the dreams of colonizing the moon and yes, even Mars?

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We upload *EVERY WEEK* a new video detailing the most important updates in manned spaceflight:
https://www.bitchute.com/video/mk7S84v6G5IG/

------- Resources: more on the Apollo missions -------
Great videos and images from all Apollo missions:
http://www.apolloarchive.com/

An extremely comprehensive website giving even more details on all Apollo missions:
https://www.hq.nasa.gov/alsj/main.html

Overview over the crew and would-be landing sites of the cancelled Apollo 18-20 missions:
https://nssdc.gsfc.nasa.gov/planetary/lunar/apollo_18_20.html

------- Resources: great but canceled Apollo follow-on projects -------
A good overview over all the planned systems for the LESA MOON BASES as part of the Apollo Applications Program (AAP):
http://www.astronautix.com/l/lesalunarbase.html

More on the AAP itself, which was established by NASA to develop various human spaceflight missions using hardware developed for the Apollo program:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apollo_Applications_Program

A Lockheed study from 1965(!!!) on the LESA program and how to establish a moon base:
https://www.lpi.usra.edu/lunar/documents/LMSC-665606.pdf

Timeline of the LESA moon base plans:
http://articles.adsabs.harvard.edu/cgi-bin/nph-iarticle_query?bibcode=1985lbsa.conf...47J&db_key=AST&page_ind=0&plate_select=NO&data_type=GIF&type=SCREEN_GIF&classic=YES

------- Resources: how humanity will go back to the Moon -------
NASA's Moon2Mars program, of which the 2024 Artemis moon mission is part of:
https://www.nasa.gov/topics/moon-to-mars

And now the people that will REALLY make a return to the moon and a first manned landing on Mars happen (and not only talk):
https://www.spacex.com/mars

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We're relieved that the first true SpaceX Starship hop test is confirmed to be attempted next week. Besides, there're some exciting updates on the Chinese moon program, NASA Orion spacecraft and NASA Dragonfly mission.

SpaceX engineers finally have solved the critical vibration issue which was responsible for the delay of Starship first hop test. Now that the undesirable resonance has been fixed, SN06 raptor engine is being installed into the Starship prototype, Starhopper. The first untethered hover test of Starhopper could be attempted on July 16th in Boca Chica, Texas.

The work on the SpaceX Starship orbital prototype in Florida and Texas, respectively, is progressing rapidly. Hence we expect the overdue Elon Musk Starship presentation taking place soon.

NASA's Orion launch abort system test (LAS) has been a success. Nonetheless, we believe that much more NASA and SpaceX collaboration is needed if NASA wants to return to the Moon by 2024.

China's Longjiang-2 lunar orbiter captured some stunning pictures of a full solar eclipse on Earth from the perspective of the Moon.

We explain that NASA's Dragonfly Titan probe will be powered by a multi-mission radioisotope thermoelectric generator (MMRTG). The Dragonfly drone is expected to spend several years on Titan and we're looking forward to some unique images form this Saturn moon.

We really can't wait to see Starhopper’s first true test flight, and an updated presentation on Starship, Super Heavy as well as SpaceX's Moon and Mars colonization plans. Furthermore, Elon Musk has hinted that 20-km suborbital flight tests with SpaceX orbital Starship prototypes can be expected later this year.

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Our latest updates on Starship, Starhopper & other ONGOING space flight programs:
https://www.bitchute.com/video/KfSnHS4gbp0L/

We analyze SpaceX's Mars colonization plan and how first landing on the Moon (either in collaboration with NASA or by themselves) fits into this:
https://www.bitchute.com/video/A958Nv26oQY1/

------- Interesting resources to look up: -------
Full overview of the technical specifications for the Titan Dragonfly mission:
http://dragonfly.jhuapl.edu/News-and-Resources/docs/34_03-Lorenz.pdf

Technical details on radioisotope thermoelectric generators and the MMRTG:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radioisotope_thermoelectric_generator
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Multi-mission_radioisotope_thermoelectric_generator

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We're amazed that not only EV technology is rapidly evolving, but also other futuristic transportation ideas, like The Boring Company tunnels, flying electric air taxis, and the hyperloop test track, are undergoing some real progress.

Tesla's great Q2 results require a massive increase of their battery production capacity. Tesla R&D facility, the "Skunkworks Lab", is supposed to be developing their own battery cells, so that Tesla doesn't have to rely on Panasonic battery packs. Further updates on Tesla battery pack manufacturing are expected on the Battery and Powetrain Day hosted by Elon Musk in Q3 2019.

The Chinese government is supporting Tesla Gigafactory Shanghai by planning a Tesla Parts Industrial Park, which will be drastically increasing the efficiency of Gigafactory 3's supply chain.

The solar roof of the Lightyear One electric car makes it one of the most innovative upcoming EVs. However, the high starting price of Lightyear One let us doubt its competitiveness on the electric car market.

ICE cars aren't selling well worldwide. After Daimler, now BMW is also reducing their financial targets for 2019.

Besides The Boring Company test tunnel in Hawthorne, California, the Las Vegas Convention Center Loop tunnel will be built just in time for CES 2021.

Apart from the German Lilium flying jet, also Boeing and Kitty Hawk will be partnering on electric flying air taxis.

The Chicago-to-Cleveland hyperloop track from Hyperloop Transportation Technologies (HTT) recieves support from the U.S. House of Representatives. On the other hand, Virgin Hyperloop One is preparing a hyperloop train in India, aiming at reducing the travelling time between Mumbai and Pune from hours to 13 minutes.

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We show you the most promising flying car companies:
https://www.bitchute.com/video/Ewepppt9zftp/

Destroying fake news and myths on electric cars:
https://www.bitchute.com/video/jQ6D4xnj6PTC/

------- Interesting resources to look up: -------
The most exciting tunnel being built: the "Loop" system in Las Vegas by the Boring Company
https://www.boringcompany.com/lvcc

Hyperloop Transportation Technologies' (HTT) homepage:
https://www.hyperloop.global/announcement
& their hyperloop test track in Toulouse, France:
http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/hyperloop-transportation-technologies-provides-usdot-with-exclusive-first-look-at-full-scale-system-and-presents-certification-guidelines-300873992.html?tc=eml_cleartime

Virgin Hyperloop One homepage:
https://hyperloop-one.com/
& their Mumbai-Pune Hyperloop project:
https://hyperloop-one.com/blog/building-hyperloop-india

We explain why Saturn's largest moon Titan is an extremely interesting target for NASA's newly announced Dragonfly mission, why the Falcon Heavy missed landing drone ship during the latest SpaceX launch, as well as the fast progress of SpaceX orbital Starship prototypes in Cocoa, Florida, and Boca Chica, Texas.

Despite the Falcon Heavy center core crash into the ocean, the rocket successfully deployed SpaceX most expensive payload so far. The reason for the center core landing failure is that the extreme heat, caused by the highest atmospheric reentry speed to date, had damaged the rocket’s central engine.

With regard to the SpaceX center core lost as well as inspired by the discussion of our viewers, we explain why a parachute landing of rockets are impractical if not impossible. Hence landing the rocket on a drone ship is still the safest and most economical option.
We're amazed by the fast assembly of Spacex Starship orbital prototype both in Florida and Texas. And we hope to see the first hopping test of the Starship prototype in the near future.

We cannot wait for NASA Dragonfly mission exploring the in our opinion most fascinating moon in the solar system: Titan. Titan namely has all the basic ingredients for life and is the only moon in the solar system with a thick atmosphere.

This week we didn't find much news on the Starhopper. If you have any SpaceX Starhopper Update, we would be very happy if you can tell us in the comments!

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We analyze SpaceX's Mars colonization plan and how first landing on the Moon (either in collaboration with NASA or by themselves) fits into this:
https://www.bitchute.com/video/A958Nv26oQY1/

------- Interesting resources to look up: -------
Wanderers (a short film by Erik Wernquist) presents a fascinating vision of humanity's expansion into the Solar System, based on scientific ideas:
http://www.erikwernquist.com/wanderers/

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Is't a coincidence between the Tesla stock rebound and the current high density of positive news headlines on Tesla? In this video we bring you the answer to this question, our Tesla stock chart analysis, Byton production progress, and other important updates from the space of electric cars.

After big hedge funds opened huge short positions on Tesla in December 2018, negative news headlines on Tesla had been dominating the news media until May 2019. Since the famous Tesla shorter Jim Chanos only recently opened strong long positions on Tesla, now we suddenly can read lots of positive news articles about Tesla.

According to a leaked email from Elon Musk, Tesla Q2 2019 deliveries could be higher than any quarter before. Chinese volunteers are helping with delivering the Model 3 to customers and thus push hard on Tesla Model 3 sales China. Tesla Model 3 sales 2019 just completely leave any competitors, including both EV and gas car manufacturers, far behind.

You can now play the video game Tesla Arcade while waiting for your Tesla Model 3 to be charged.

The renewable energy capacity overtakes coal for the first time in the US, which also means the CO2 emissions of electric cars will further drop.

The final production design of the Byton M-byte interior has been revealed.

------- ✅Recommended videos✅ -------
Our (in hindsight legendary) prediction on the Tesla stock rebound:
https://www.bitchute.com/video/HuwZsjmQIE98/

Our video reporting the production progress of the Byton M-Byte, which is the most futuristic car for 2019 in our opinion:
https://www.bitchute.com/video/MbzvSPDWDvna/

Our previous news updates on electric cars:
https://www.bitchute.com/video/Ewepppt9zftp/

------- Interesting resources to look up: -------
FERC report on renewable energies overtaking coal in the US:
https://www.ferc.gov/legal/staff-reports/2019/apr-energy-infrastructure.pdf
😰We apologize that Jixuan misspoke in the video: this report predicts that by 2022 (not 2024) renewable energies will account for about 25% of America's total installed generating capacity.

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We're looking forward to the upcoming Falcon Heavy launch on behalf of the U.S. Air Force, and explain all the SpaceX Starhopper news, as well as NASA budget request for their 2024 Artemis mission.

The first real SpaceX Starhopper test flight is postponed due to minor damage of the raptor engine. Further SpaceX Starship update by Elon Musk is expected in late July.

Upcoming SpaceX Falcon Heavy Launch to deploy the Lightsail 2 solar sail satellite on behalf of the U.S. Air Force. The solar sailing technology is crucial for enabling interstellar travels of humanity.

Jim Bridenstine estimates the cost of NASA Artemis project at 20-30 billion USD. NASA's 2024 Artemis mission differs from the past Apollo missions, as this time NASA will give contracts to industry partners to build the Lunar Gateway, the lunar lander, and maybe also the launch vehicle. We believe SpaceX's falcon heavy is much more realistic and economical than NASA's space launch system (SLS) for the 2024 moon landing.

NASA promises to let the first woman land on the moon by 2024.

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We analyze SpaceX's Mars colonization plan and how first landing on the Moon fits into this:
https://www.bitchute.com/video/A958Nv26oQY1/

------- Interesting resources to look up: -------
NASA Artemis mission homepage:
https://www.nasa.gov/specials/moon2mars/#top

SpaceX Mars homepage:
https://www.spacex.com/mars

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We explain the most exciting updates on NASA Artemis 2024 program, SpaceX Falcon 9 launch of the Canadian Radarsat satellites, as well as the most important news from the Tesla annual shareholder meeting and our favorite Chinese electric car startup: Byton.

---------------------- NASA SpaceX Moon Update: ----------------------
We didn't find Trump's tweet on NASA's Moon and Mars plans confusing at all. It's obvious that going to the Moon and building a lunar base are essential preparation steps to colonize Mars later on. Besides, we firmly believe that the SpaceX Starship / Superheavy system is the most promising and economical option for American astronauts landing on the Moon again by 2024.

SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket successfully deployed its most expensive payload so far, the three-satellite Radarsat Constellation Mission (RCM), which is built by the Canadian subsidiary of Maxar Technologies.

---------------------- Electric Car & Tesla News: ----------------------
Even without the upcoming Tesla range upgrade teased by Elon Musk at the Tesla annual shareholder meeting, Tesla is still far ahead of all competitors.

We expect a Tesla Model S interior upgrade, a Tesla Model X interior refresh, as well as Tesla Model S range improvements happening in Quarter 3, 2019.

We expect the Tesla cyberpunk pickup truck to be revealed by the end of this summer.

Unfortunately, the Tesla Semi production has to be delayed due to battery shortage.

Byton acquired Andreas Schaaf as their new Chief Customer Officer (CCO) for the launch of their first electric car, the Byton M-byte, in Quarter 4.

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The most futuristic electric car for 2019 in our opinion: the Byton M-Byte
https://www.bitchute.com/video/MbzvSPDWDvna/

We analyze SpaceX's Mars colonization plan and how first landing on the Moon fits into this:
https://www.bitchute.com/video/A958Nv26oQY1/

------- Interesting resources to look up: -------
NASA Artemis program homepage:
https://www.nasa.gov/subject/16957/artemis/

SpaceX Mars mission homepage:
https://www.spacex.com/mars

Maxar Technologies, who will build the power module of the Lunar Gateway for NASA:
https://www.maxar.com/

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In this episode, we want to present Electric Car Myths Vs Facts using some scientific data. Our goal is to completely destroy all those fake electric car myths going around, that are being promoted by news media articles, proudly sponsored by big oil and old auto.

We want to analyze the most common so-called "arguments", anti-EV people like to bring forth. There are of course many more, but we took the most important ones. For example: What are the electric car emissions? Is an electric car better for environment? And producing batteries emits CO2 as we know, so what are the electric car batteries environmental impact?

We also go further and want to take into account the whole production chain of gasoline or diesel cars, the complete well to wheel ratio, and also the complete chain for EVs, using data from the newest scientific research. We thus estimate the electric car vs gas car carbon footprint for the complete production chain.

Unsurprisingly, EVs again win against ICE cars in really any possible scenario and in any possible country. Even taking into account the lithium ion battery production, EVs still have a lower CO2 emission over their complete production and life cycle, than gasoline or diesel cars.

We therefore hope to have contributed something against all these anti-EV fake news going around, being often cited by EV-haters and petrolheads. We hope to one day see all these electric car myths busted.

------- Interesting resources to look up: -------
Paper comparting ICE vs EV complete CO2 emissions over complete production cycles:
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2212827118309570

Lots of statistics on the US energy mix from the US energy Information Administration
https://www.eia.gov/energyexplained/?page=us_energy_home

Calculation of CO2 grams per kWh for the US energy mix (707 g CO2/kWh):
www.epa.gov/avert
and
https://www.epa.gov/energy/greenhouse-gases-equivalencies-calculator-calculations-and-references

Energy mix map for all the US states (in pounds per kWh):
https://www.targetmap.com/viewer.aspx?reportId=41404

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We analyze the most exciting updates on Tesla and Rivian electric truck, the rebound of Tesla stock, electric flying car Germany and worldwide, as well as other important developments in the field of electric cars.

Tesla stock is rebounding as we've expected. Big hedge funds and investment banks may have already opened long positions in order to profit from the rise of the stock. We also expect the news media to be therefore more positive on Tesla in the next few months.

We're highly intrigued by Elon Musk's description of the upcoming Tesla Pickup Truck as "Cyberpunk as in Blade Runner". At the same time, the competitor Rivian Pickup Truck R1T is already revealed to have a futuristic design, a legit range, and a very attractive price.

Elon Musk updated the new Tesla Roadster acceleration to an impressive level of 3 Gs. The traditional gasoline supercars obviously cannot keep up with the next-generation Tesla Roadster with regard to both price and performance.

Tesla Gigafactory 3 in Shanghai, China is almost finished, and the Chinese demand for Model 3s is so high that the ordering website has broke down.

Comparison of new electric flying car from different companies: the Lilium Jet, the Ehang 184 and the Hexa aircraft. Especially the German electric flying taxi from the Bavarian Startup Lilium has a decent flight range, low noises and high safety standards.

------- ✅Recommended videos✅ -------
The most futuristic electric car for 2019: Byton M-Byte from China
https://www.bitchute.com/video/MbzvSPDWDvna/

------- Interesting resources to look up: -------
Lilium flying air taxi homepage:
https://lilium.com/

Chinese flying car company Ehang:
http://www.ehang.com/ehang184/index

The LIFT flying car:
http://evtol.news/aircraft/lift-hexa/

UBER elevate air taxis:
https://www.uber.com/de/de/elevate/

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Welcome;) You've found two nerds, one Chinese called Jixuan, and one Romanian called Sebastian. We are passionate supporters of electric cars and manned spaceflight.

Hence you will not only find news analysis on Tesla and SpaceX, two extremely innovative and successful companies linked by Elon Musk, but also in-depth discussions about EVs and space exploration in general on this channel.

We promise to upload videos at least once per week and we're looking forward to your thoughts and comments in any of our videos!

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