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satya karthik : *made on earth by humans*

My Tesla Adventure : I can't believe we are alive to see this.

Dwight K. Schrute : SpaceX: 2 million subscribers Paul Brothers: 35 million subscribers God truly is dead.

Другая Америка : Keep on returning to watch this inspiring video again and again

Jeriku : Video of the year

Soumak Nandi : This isn't just space. This is history.

Techtastisch | Experimente und Lifehacks : 1:34 this is such a beautiful and hope brining picture. The future will be awesome and we are one step closer thanks to you!

Engineerisaac : Let's be honest. No other company is willing to say "Hold my beer" At the level that SpaceX can.

Hot Shame : When Nasa went to the moon it planted an american flag. Elon Musk launched a car into space and tagged it with "Made on Earth by Humans". This how it should be done!

Prod. SlapHappy : Everyone laughed at him when he wanted to start a car company and a rocket company... Years later after almost losing everything he launched his own car, into space, with his own rocket. Just because he could. Mans a legend

Wintergatan : Thanks for including the center core!!

The NerdyGuy : Elon Musk has motivated me emotionally and physically. I am 13 and now that Elon has motivated me I am studying astronautics and physics and I'd like to help the process in which humans are an interplanetary species. See you in a couple years.

Alec Boucher : Alright who's still crying

Edwin Robert : I dont care if i missed sputnik, gagarin, apollo or even the space shuttle. I was alive when the Falcon Heavy launched. That makes up for everything EDIT: i never knew i would get so many likes! Thanks to all!

Hoang Quan Nguyen : dislikes are flat earthers Edit: omg so many likes thx everyone

Scott Manley : The Core that's Built twice as strong burns half as long or something like that?

Diego Cuevas : Me: *Watches this for the 150th time* Also me: Oh it's beautiful *Cries*

Nicolas Davies : As a brazilian, I don't feel part of Apollo program and its acomplishments, but when I saw the "made on earth by humans" it made me cry of happiness and representation.

Dylan : Remember showing this to one of my older teachers. He said one thing that made me realize how much SpaceX has achieved. He said "Rockets aren't supposed to do that" when reacting to the two boosters landing together. Damn right they're not supposed to but here we are. Go Elon, Go SpaceX, and Go Humans.

Cameron Jensen : Is it weird I come back to this video to cheer myself up

AntVenom : SpaceX, to everyone involved, thank you for doing what you're doing. The benefit of your actions stretch far beyond the call for humanity to become inter-planetary. You're inspiring an entire generation to think in bold new ways. You're not only pushing the boundaries of human exploration, but of human imagination as well. The effects of your efforts today will shine on for centuries. From one human being to another, to many others, and for many others, I thank you. We thank you.

Emman : The tears in my eyes... wow

Prof. M. Otto Zeee JCD ECS : Elon deserves the Nobel Peace Prize, more than anyone I can think of! Give it to him, SWEDEN! Nobel peace Prize for ELON MUSK, NOW!

Turtle Of Honor : I've watched this already but 2 months later it is still the coolest thing I have ever seen

Wheatley Who Lives In Space : "Look at those cavemen go" indeed! We've come a long way.

x50 : 1:11 RIP center core

Michael Pennington : I saw all of the Apollo launches and moon landings. I saw the STS 1 launch on a giant screen in an auditorium at Goddard Spaceflight Center. I saw STS7 in person cro Cocoa Beach. I saw the voyager photos of Saturn and Uranus live as they came in. Seeing this launch and especially seeing those two boosters landing in tandem ranks no lower than second on the list. Right after "One small step...". I was almost to the point of cheering as loudly as the crowd at SpaceX headquarters. It still brings tears to my eyes every time I see it. This was very special. It is good to see that somebody in this country still knows that doing it right beats doing it on schedule.

Damp potato #36 : Even though this happened at practically the beginning of the year, I still come back to this video and just gawk at the accomplishment this is. I hope I can work for SpaceX someday!

Jake Watson : I bet every dislike is a denying flat Earther

Jake Watson : Blue origin fan: Yeah I can't wait till new Glenn. Spacex Fan: Can't wait till BFR to Mars. NASA fan: c'mon do something.

SAW10 : 1:12 This is why i love SpaceX, they don't try to hide their errors and lie like other companies.... they are completely transparent, amazing video!

Vaptor : THIS IS WHY I WANT TO WORK FOR SPACEX WHEN I GROW UP

zip zag : "she could spit in the eyes of fools" love the subtly of that statement. throwing shade at everyone whose ever doubted SpaceX and now the power that is Falcon Heavy. What a lovely time to be a live, the future is bright. Can't wait to see BFR make her maiden voyage. seeing those kids excited, I rember being that little, the wonderment, the excitement. I remember when Obama announced we had to cut back on NASA, that was like the last but of my childhood dying. But seeing something like this, a man like Musk pushing the boundaries and reinventing the wheel basically, that's everything. the kid in me is very much alive today.

Jeffrey Smith : This is the most inspiring video of the 21st century.

teefkay2 : Sometime in the very near future, it will be really cheap to orbit the earth (~ $50,000 and then less). It should be an absolute requirement of every head of state & every chief diplomat to take one of these rides. Every astronaut comes back from orbit incredibly moved by a) earth without boarders & political boundaries, b) the incredible beauty of the planet, and c) the tiny limits of the planet & its resources in the incredible black hostile universe. Perhaps they might remember this experience when they later attempt to prioritize & solve the world’s serious problems.

ShadowWhelp : Finally get to see what happened to that center core

BatsOne : 2018. The year Elon Musk took a rocket ship, put an electric car inside, launched it into space, released the car, bought the rocket ship back to Earth and left the car into orbit with the sun. You can complain about whatever aspects of life that you wish. Made on Earth by humans. We're all a part of this. Thanks SpaceX

Jonny : Anyone else apply to work at SPACEX and get directed to this video after the application?

Connor OBrien : I shedded a few tears during this haha Absolutely amazing, these people are the Nikola Tesla of our time. Don’t take this lightly

İrem İmert : but this isn't starman. this is life on mars!

AskJT : The single greatest video on YouTube. Period.

Daniel Glus : I almost forgot to watch this today

tech four9 : Elon musk is a hero of our generation. All the Wall Street and shallow minded short sellers of all of musk’s ventures deserve to burn in hell, and all those lunatics who fail to see how he genuinely wants the best for humanity.

ChrisBrengel : SpaceX and Elon Musk are too cool-- I can't wait for them to make it to Mars!

Muhammad Arifin : This video deserves a place in the Youtube rewind. But...yea..anyway

markdelej : Sometimes humans are really really cool

Derek : I find myself returning to this video over and over. Man, the things we humans could accomplish together.

T7gt7g : Can I like this a thousand times? For a while I thought I had a severe problem feeling emotion... I cry every time watching this and the webcast. Elon, you've truly inspired an innumerable amount of people. I can't possibly thank you enough.

TheJollyGamerJoe : I love that line by David Bowie "look at those Cavemen go". As it's so true. A species that went from living in Caves.... to this... Incredible.

Dash : meanwhile, there are still people who think this was all faked...