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Does anyone know a good source for watching/downloading launch videos (saved webcasts for example of SpaceX and NASA ). Launch videos are extremely informative especially as they are curated for the general public.

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  • $\begingroup$ SpaceX webcast are streamed over Youtube and so are then accessible there for replays - for example CRS-8 hosted webcast and in the sidebar I could see the its NASA post-launch conference and JCSAT-14 webcast. $\endgroup$ – jkavalik May 13 '16 at 5:52
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Perhaps the ultimate Shuttle launch video is Ascent: about an hour of footage from dozens of high-speed cameras.

ESA has a video section on their website that contains lots of launch webcasts.

SpaceX have a Youtube channel and a video section on their website.

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The Internet Archive has a lot of older public domain NASA material.

For example: footage from the Apollo 16mm launch cameras for various launches, all rolled into one very long slow-motion movie. These show detail of disconnection of the various support umbilicals during the launch sequence. (No sound.)

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