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The ACTUAL Computer from the Saturn V Rocket - ft. SmarterEveryDay

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  • The ACTUAL Computer from the Saturn V Rocket - ft. SmarterEveryDay

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  • How did NASA Steer the Saturn V?- Smarter Every Day 223

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  • The Computer that Controlled the Saturn V - Smarter Every Day

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  • Restorers Try to Get Lunar Module Guidance Computer Up and Running | WSJ

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    In 1976 in a warehouse in Texas, Jimmie Loocke bought two tons of scrapped NASA equipment. Years later he realized it included a computer from an Apollo lunar module, like the one used to guide the lander to the surface of the moon during Apollo 11. Fifty years after that mission, computer restoration experts in Silicon Valley are trying to get his computer working again.

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  • Apollos Forgotten Computer - The LVDC

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    Although the Apollo missions had much less computing power than a modern smart-phone the computers used where essential to getting it done
    Although many think it was the Apollo Guidance Computer or AGC that did everything there was another, the Launch Vehicle Digital Computer or LVDC.
    This controlled and flew the Saturn and was used right up until the vehicle reached the moon, in this video we look at the forgotten Apollo computer.

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  • Rebooting a 50 Year Old Computer - Making The Apollo Guidance Computer Work Again

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    The Apollo Guidance Computer is a pivotal part of computer history, and it was a key part of making it possible for Apollo to land on the moon. And elsewhere on youtube a team of electronics wizards have been trying to resurrect a computer that was scrapped 50 years ago, and I was lucky enough to turn up at the exact moment they got everything running on its original hardware.

    You should make a point of watching Curious Marc's multi part series on their quest to bring this computer back to life - 50 years after it was originally built.

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  • Insane Engineering Of The Saturn F-1 Engine

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  • Adam Savage Reviews Bandais 1/144 Saturn V Model Set!

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    Adam unboxes and reviews the Bandai die-cast model of NASA's Saturn V rocket and Apollo 11 lunar module! This 1/144 scale model was designed with input from Apollo Maniacs fan group, helping provide accurate details in the various stages of the iconic launch vehicle. Adam marvels at the casting details and paint application, and sets up the model for display in his shop!

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  • Flight of Apollo Saturn V

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    This film provides an overview of the early development of the Saturn V launch vehicle during the Apollo program of the 1960s. The 363-foot tall, three-stage launch vehicle produced as much power as 85 Hoover Dams.Together the five F-1 engines in the Saturn V first stage produced 7.5 million pounds of thrust. The vehicle weighed more than six million pounds at liftoff.

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  • Saturn 1 Construction - RCSP Rocket Science at USSRC 9

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    Tim Pickens, Rocket City Space Pioneers team leader, talks about the Saturn 1's Construction on display at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama.

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  • F-1 The Engine That Nearly Stopped the Apollo Moon Missions

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    It 50 years since the first man stepped foot on the moon but to get there a massive new engine was needed the power the Saturn V rocket. The Rocketdyne F-1 would be that new engine but was so unstable it would almost be the downfall of the whole Apollo program. So how did the F-1 go from zero to hero.

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  • Apollo AGC Part 24: the restored AGC does Moon landings in front of its creators

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    Our AGC is restored just in time for the 50th anniversary of the lunar landing. It goes on tour, featured at several celebration events on the East Coast, where it meets some of its original creators. And we fly Apollo 11 Moon landings with it.

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    Fifty years ago, we sent the first astronauts to walk on the moon’s face. But what they brought back is just as important as what got them there. I’m talking about moon rocks, guys. And I got to go visit NASA’s lunar sample vault to learn more about them! NASA’s moon rock collection has helped us learn so much about the early solar system, the formation of rocky planets like ours, and where our moon came from. And let me tell you, the story of our moon is a VIOLENT one. It involves the word “magmoon”. That’s an awesome word! Enjoy this video, and I hope you learn not just some lunar geology, but also how exploring the moon helped change what the space program was all about.
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  • GOING SUPERSONIC with U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds! Pulling 7 Gs in an F-16 -Smarter Every Day 235

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    I've been around a lot of pilots and ground crew in my life and I must say that the professionalism displayed by the Thunderbirds was astounding. Their goal is to inspire and demonstrate the capabilities of the US Air Force, so I'll take it a step further. If you're a smart young person who is interesting in changing your life for the better, strongly consider the Air Force. The job market isn't the best at the moment but the Air Force still has opportunities available for you to learn incredible skills even if you're not interested in flying. They manage everything from logistics, electronics, aerospace, cyber and even space systems. The threats to freedom are becoming more complex, and in my experience working for the Department of Defense over a 15 year span (even longer if you count my work as a contractor) The US Air Force consists of some of the most intelligent service members our country has. These people are book-smart, but also have the confidence to solve real world problems with their own hands. If I have a complex aerodynamic question, my first call is usually to someone in the Air Force, because they understand these complex phenomena intuitively. For example, in this video you would hear Flack and I talking about pitot tubes in flight. We also had other discussions about fuel burn rates, Prandtl Glauert, weather.... all kinds of things. Simply put, if you're looking for direction in your life, and you're good with science and math... consider the Air Force. That being said, they also need other types of skills as well. Logisticians, writers, creative people who know how to solve complex problems in unique ways.
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  • Saturn Quarterly Film Report Number Thirty-Eight - December 1968

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    'Computer to the moon:’ MSU student project selected by NASA to land on moon

  • Weird Things in Alabama - US Space and Rocket Center 012019

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    There is so much to do at this Huntsville, AL attraction. We barely scratched the surface. You can encounter G forces, watch a 3D movie, meet some androids, explore inventions of the past and current century, operate a remote controlled space camera, tour Space Lab, witness the majesty of the Saturn V moon rocket in its entirety, and check out the Apollo 12 moon rock it's FROM THE MOON. There are also a rock climbing wall, interactive displays for kids of all ages and three simulation rides.

  • Solar Eclipse - AleeXhey

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    A bit dated visually as it was made only 2 months after 2.1 came out but manages to hold up very well because of good use of glow before many 0 CP creators were thinking of that. This level really deserves a rate and holds a special place in my heart as one of the first levels that made me strive to get better at the game.

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  • Flying over the Saturn V S-IC Static Test Facility

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  • Chemicals, Rockets and Computers, 1950s - Film 93993

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