You can watch Netflix without a rocket, but it will take a lot of patience and a willingness to pay up.
Vincenne Sun’s commercial for the launch of the Falcon 9 rocket on Tuesday night showed a young couple on the launch pad, the first ever to orbit the International Space Station.
As the couple watched a montage of the launch, the commercial showed a trailer of the commercial, with Vincenes’ narrator explaining how it will “lift your spirits to the sky.”
“The launch of a rocket into space has brought new hope to millions of people,” the narrator says.
“It’s like you can get up and see a world without boundaries.
You can see everything.
There’s no boundaries to the cosmos.”
It’s not just the launch itself that is a new frontier for humans, the narrator adds, but also the launch and landing.
“The future of space is bright.
And now we’re going to try to make it here with rockets.”
The launch is the second attempt to land on the International Spaceship Co-operative (ISCC), which is set to launch in 2021.
It was the first attempt in March, but the launch vehicle was never successfully launched.
On Monday, SpaceX confirmed that it had successfully landed the Falcon Heavy booster on a drone ship, but not on the pad.
The commercial was a reaction to a SpaceX rocket landing on a robot ship that was also a result of a previous successful attempt to reach space.
The drone ship was also successfully sent to space.
On Tuesday, Vincenfans’ narrator called the commercial a “biggest success” for SpaceX.
“We can’t wait to see what it will do when we finally land the first stage of the rocket on the drone ship.”
The commercial concluded with the narrator declaring that “the future is ours.”