Apollo 11 slow motion launch

A detailed explanation of the Apollo 11 Saturn V launch

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+31 1. Diarmaid commented 9 years ago

Very interesting.
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+4 2. LightAng3l commented 9 years ago

So they did this after or before shooting the moon landing in a studio at area 51?

Just kidding :)

Impressive ... I everything related to space flight and exploration .
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+6 3. nokster commented 9 years ago

And I tought my car was powerfull! :P

Great vid!! Very interesting!

Bring over the marshmellows! :D
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+5 4. Tarc commented 9 years ago

wow it is so spectacular :O tremendous force
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+14 5. defade commented 9 years ago

All things condsidered it is amazing there have been so few tragedies involving those machines. The people who design and build such things really are true geniuses. Not to mention the balls of steel required to sit on top of one and fire yourself into space...
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+6 6. dvh commented 9 years ago

Now thanks to Obama, you are not going to moon, and probably nowhere else in the space. Ever.
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+2 7. Protreptic commented 9 years ago

Why #6 what has he done?
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-2 8. irishgek commented 9 years ago

F**k You green peace ...hows that for fuel economy !!
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-2 10. vanova commented 9 years ago

Not that complicated after all! thanks for the tip! 8-)
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+3 11. Protreptic commented 9 years ago

Looks like a change of direction but im not sure that "achievable goals" is the right attitude for space. Certainly when Kennedy outlined the commitment in the 60s to put and man on the moon before the end of that decade - that was a tall order.

Space should not be what can be economically achieved but what can be achieved through the human spirit and intellect - one of the few areas where the american nation could be properly and rightly admired.

To start messing that about - and indirectly the ongoing survival of the human species post fossil fuel - is the most dangerous game. Leaving issues like this to be controlled by profit margins is a huge mistake in my opinion.
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+2 12. Meowman commented 9 years ago

Love it :D I love the explanation !
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-4 13. cher-00 commented 9 years ago

So what? Another miserable launch........
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0 14. dizwa commented 9 years ago

go through it fast it... it sums it up for you :P
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-1 15. JamMan commented 9 years ago

#6 I read the articles very interesting. The Fox one does say "His extra $6 billion for NASA over the next five years does little more than pace inflation...." So we are not talking small change here. It also says his EXTRA $6 billion, so is that on top of the existing budget? Thats a lot of money for a country that just bailed out its banks and car industry!
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-1 16. max2000 commented 9 years ago

impressive out'source'ing, fascinating camera shootin' in those times, and wonderin' how about launch when none water, so from space, or dry'launch (literally); btw, he's talkin' with a fine texan accent, so intriguing how many foreigners have come into thinking that those archives are actually stored locally for so many years:)) digital'era and cloud computin' nowadays, max
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+4 17. BMX_Tavi commented 9 years ago

i wouldn`t understand a shit if that guy wouldn`t explain :D
damn nice
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+2 18. trancetunes (moderator) commented 9 years ago

#9, did you really just give fox news as a resource? it would've only taken you a few seconds to find something more credible! :X

this video was really awesome, but i almost wish they had shown the real time footage afterward :)
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0 19. jhvh1 commented 9 years ago

last shuttle night launch, as seen from my yard.
http://www.youtube.com/user/TheLittlestNihilist#p/a/u/0/9D2rrBf9yoI
(audio is good, video is meh.)

yeah, I suck for effing this up the first time....
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+3 20. DarkiKun commented 9 years ago

amazing, so many things can happen in the blink of an eye, and yet so beautiful.
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+2 21. CrackrJak commented 9 years ago

#6 There is still time to reverse Obama's mistakes. Constellation/Orion is a good program and It'd be a crying shame if it was ditched for good because of the Moron In Chief.
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+4 22. sux2bu commented 9 years ago

#18 After Fox reported on the story all the liberal news organizations had to do it too. I guess we know which way YOU lean.

http://www.cnn.com/2010/TECH/space/02/01/nasa.budget.moon/index.html

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/35209628/ns/technology_and_science-space/
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0 23. joeman commented 4 years ago

500fps... Really informative.
If you're an engineeeeeeeeeerrr!!!