How Neil Armstrong Trained to Land on the Moon - Smarter Every Day 250

30.01.2021
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Kommentteja
  • We're going back to the moon, and we're going to need to train Astronauts how to land. This video is the result of trying to understand that control problem better. in the next video of this series, I'll show you footage from an actual NASA Lunar Lander software test I participated in many years ago. Also, I'd like to say express grateful I am to everyone who supports Smarter Every Day on Patreon at www.patreon.com/smartereveryday . If you've never considered being a Patreon of Smarter Every Day, then feel free to click the link if you'd like to see what it's all about. If not, then no big deal! I'm grateful that you're here. Warm Regards, Destin

    SmarterEveryDaySmarterEveryDay2 kuukautta sitten
    • Great video!! Thanks! I am a physicist and not a spacecraft engineer, so maybe my question sounds strange to the engineering guys. What I am still curious is why the xy movement needs to be a component of total trust controlled by tilt of the entire lander. Why not tilting just the engine and keeping the lander stable? Then ~6x the tilt on the moon compared to earth. OR use multiple engines (front, back, left, right) to perform xy movement, without needing to tilt the lander or components after all. Curious about your comments! Cheers

      tomandlinotomandlino10 päivää sitten
    • Hey Destin, great video. The video title currently says lading rather than landing.

      loejsheploejshep24 päivää sitten
    • Yooo I used to watch and listen to the apollo synced timeline for hours on end, listening to everything unfold in real time. Its crazy to think that was their exact communication during the missions! So glad you know about that site!

      Ely KlenzakEly KlenzakUukausi sitten
    • mr.Destin, i have a question. lunar module weigh is about 15 tons. the lightest rocket i found is delta-2 with weight is about 150tons. if moon gravity is 1/6 of earth, then rocket may be 25 tons. but module must spend fuel to landing and to take of. so module weight must be is about 50tons. but real lunar module weight 15tons. how could it be?

      TiciusTiciusUukausi sitten
    • Pshhhhh old news. I could land on the moon.

      Gavin AndStuffGavin AndStuffUukausi sitten
  • 1:58 amongus

    Davide PiovaniDavide PiovaniPäivä sitten
  • 1:59 AMOGUS

    Michael KernMichael KernPäivä sitten
  • 1:45 AMOGUS

    Michael KernMichael KernPäivä sitten
  • I think the early "control system engineers" are better than now, with limited literary and material resources, they have to solve physics, chemical problems, first formulate systems in calculus, then translate in machine language code, write them in the brain of mechanical-electronic systems that very complex they build, they must master the knowledge all at once

    D DiverD DiverPäivä sitten
  • It's amazing a masterpiece like this video has received such quantity of dislikes...

    Mauro CoimbraMauro Coimbra2 päivää sitten
  • Gravity is a push not a pull.

    Christian RehtorikChristian Rehtorik3 päivää sitten
  • 1:45 among us

    Harry XHarry X3 päivää sitten
  • 1:45 mogus?

    N1k0N1k03 päivää sitten
  • Now that NASA selected a HLS to land on the moon for Artemis 3 a followup video would be great!

    BrixxterBrixxter4 päivää sitten
  • Someone please do that cartoon!

    Attila BódiAttila Bódi7 päivää sitten
  • Moon landing was fake

    H HabibH Habib10 päivää sitten
    • Wrong

      AtlasAtlas5 päivää sitten
  • I want to know if any simulator game has this thing in it

    Antonio HernandezAntonio Hernandez11 päivää sitten
  • The LLRF frame is still there about 10 minutes from me.

    Mark VanRaamMark VanRaam11 päivää sitten
  • I really respect you destin

    Mike MantheMike Manthe16 päivää sitten
  • 15:10 like why they used 2 different CO2 filters

    jamcdonald120jamcdonald12016 päivää sitten
  • 1:55 and that is what kerbal space program is for ;)

    jamcdonald120jamcdonald12016 päivää sitten
  • Neil never went to the moon Truth will come out sooner or later

    MUlises PHuertaMUlises PHuerta17 päivää sitten
  • NASA is not going back to the moon. China might and SpaceX might but not NASA. NASA has become so mired in bureaucracy and waste that it has been going backward for decades. They don't design engines anymore and they don't do manned flights anymore. This is the nature of government.

    Niko942Niko94220 päivää sitten
    • @Niko942 my bad I thought you were saying the landings were fake. I however do not suffer any such ailments as being addicted to the dreaded NBC Narrative or cognitive dissonance. I’m 53, I’ve seen plenty, as you do if you grow up on the ‘wrong side of tracks’.

      nicsandee123nicsandee1239 päivää sitten
    • @nicsandee123 If you think about it you'll see that cognitive dissonance can't affect just anyone, it can only affect those whose perceptions are largely false. If you're able to correctly understand what happens in the world, then there simply won't be a disagreement between facts and what you already know. However I have no idea why you're talking about 'hoaxers'. No one in this thread has mentioned any kind of hoaxes, except you.

      Niko942Niko9429 päivää sitten
    • @Niko942 you know that cognitive dissonance works both ways right? It has no bias, so it could be you that suffers from that most heinous of ailments? Every wonder why hoaxers keep harping on about shadows yet you can prove all that nonsense is wrong in your own back yard? Or better still find a piece of waste ground that catches the afternoon sun, bring a shovel, some rocks and a camera. It’s easy to do. So if one of the key elements of the hoax is the photographs and the shadows but yet it is utter nonsense, why should anyone listen to or place any credence on the rest of it? Food for thought perhaps?

      nicsandee123nicsandee12310 päivää sitten
    • @Atlas You see, you have no idea why you support what you support. You have no logical backing, no historical evidence, no moral justification. You just repeat whatever position the media tells you to and anyone who disagrees you turn to insults and empty posturing. I never said "taxation is theft" those are your words, not mine. By reducing to a meme, you tell yourself that you don't need to look at facts or evidence or even morality.

      Niko942Niko94216 päivää sitten
    • @Niko942 Are you still going on about this? It's over, dude. You think taxation is theft. That's beyond stupid. You lost, homie. Go home.

      AtlasAtlas16 päivää sitten
  • 1:49 - 1:55 I don't see why this is important... 😕

    Boba FettBoba Fett24 päivää sitten
  • "moon lading"

    Hack HairHack Hair24 päivää sitten
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    Dorothy MilesDorothy Miles25 päivää sitten
  • Just finished Mike Collins audiobook, it was great!

    Dan M StudiosDan M Studios28 päivää sitten
  • What if I Were My Dog and My Dog Were Me? Designed to assist young writers in learning during the pandemic! Margaret Van Fleet.

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  • You Tube are ramming their ads in all over the place. Such as, in the middle of critical statements or information.

    SmachfestSmachfestUukausi sitten
    • ublock origin 😉

      AtlasAtlas25 päivää sitten
  • Smarter every day? Seriously? Have you looked at that paper, curtain rod and masking tape Lunar lander? You REALLY believe that pile of junk landed on the moon? Dumber every day should be your channel name, sorry.

    Swilliam sonofhenrySwilliam sonofhenryUukausi sitten
    • Wrong.

      AtlasAtlasUukausi sitten
  • 1:45 GETOUTOFMYHEADGETOUTOFMYHEADGETOUTOFMYHEADGETOUTOFMYHEAD GETOUTOFMYHEADGETOUTOFMYHEADGETOUTOFMYHEADGETOUTOFMYHEAD GETOUTOFMYHEADGETOUTOFMYHEADGETOUTOFMYHEADGETOUTOFMYHEAD GETOUTOFMYHEADGETOUTOFMYHEADGETOUTOFMYHEADGETOUTOFMYHEAD

    monkey skinmonkey skinUukausi sitten
  • This could explain some of the "UFO's" that have been seen just floating in place. I mean the government is 30 years ahead of what we know, admitted by the FBI or CIA. It was one of them, but I do remember talking about this in class at the University. Edit: Not sure about the crafts flying over 5000 mph and turning at basically 90 degrees.

    Rock HashRock HashUukausi sitten
  • is my memory tricking me or has the title changed at least twice?

    AlluriAlluriUukausi sitten
    • I believe it has

      AtlasAtlasUukausi sitten
  • Complete nonsense.

    Daniel M ConnollyDaniel M ConnollyUukausi sitten
    • wrong

      AtlasAtlasUukausi sitten
  • The one pail proportionately glow because hurricane notably knock within a enormous jogging. glossy, third geranium

    Omar SalihOmar SalihUukausi sitten
  • How My Drone Landed on the Moon - Pitty the Camera Broke Down Half Way - I Pointed It into The Sun...

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  • 1:58 sus ⁉️⁉️⁉️

    Comrade Polar bearComrade Polar bearUukausi sitten
  • Plot twist....they don't

    Pat* DarkoPat* DarkoUukausi sitten
    • Yawn.

      E. RoseE. RoseUukausi sitten
  • "are you Nasa? call me."

    Daniel RichardsDaniel RichardsUukausi sitten
  • This might be a stupid idea, but these days couldn't we, in theory, build a drone 1/6th the mass of a lunar lander then use virtual or augmented reality to put the pilot in the seat of that drone?

    RichJMoneyRichJMoneyUukausi sitten
    • @Atlas yes but the counter thruster offsets an amount of WEIGHT, which you can also do by... reducing the weight. Acceleration due to gravity is constant but how it flies is based on the overall MASS vs the force of the thrusters.

      RichJMoneyRichJMoneyUukausi sitten
    • heavy things freefall as fast as light things.

      AtlasAtlasUukausi sitten
  • Taco bell

    Nota NoobNota NoobUukausi sitten
  • I disagree with Mr. Ottinger that we won't go without training on an LLTV. China recently sent an unmanned flight to the moon and it landed and took off without a human pilot. The computers we have nowadays are good enough to input the Gs, and land without any experience whatsoever by themselves. I would be completely shocked if we even bothered putting a man on another LLTV ever again. I go think though that it could be useful for testing the autonomous landing of the crafts we build in the future, for both the moon and for Mars, thought I can understand why they didn't do it for the sky crane concept that placed perseverance on Mars. It still landed safely without that didn't it? Within 5 meters of it's intended landing spot.

    JathTechJathTechUukausi sitten
  • I love Destins videos, but a VTOL jet in the 60s isn't amazing. The Harrier Jump Jet took its first flight in like 1967.

    MW DouglasMW DouglasUukausi sitten
  • 10:22 Wow after seeing that ejection seat I had to look it up. They pull 12-14g :O :O

    Justice SportsmanJustice SportsmanUukausi sitten
  • We couldn’t have Accomplish these in the past without a patriotic mindset. People pull back and tiptoe around projects based on saying or doing something that might offend another person, so people withdraw from the project! If cancel culture doesn’t stop we will be at the real country in no time. With the New World order will be the THIRD WORLD ORDER!

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  • That clip of the bail out was terrifying.

    Karim El HayawanKarim El HayawanUukausi sitten
  • Youre a beast .

    MathrMathrUukausi sitten
  • 0:36 They don't.

    Just Another GuyJust Another GuyUukausi sitten
  • If he says the moon landing was real I believe it 😂

    OZZY xKCOZZY xKCUukausi sitten
  • COOLEST VIDEO EVER. SIGNED: A CONFESSED GEEK

    Diogo Brito e FaroDiogo Brito e FaroUukausi sitten
  • That was awesome. Please keep reaching back in time to speak to the scientists and engineers that got us where we are. Thank you.

    Ken BengtsonKen BengtsonUukausi sitten
  • I'm so glad I watched this. For years, I've always thought that Neil's crash with the LLTV was caused by pilot error and that, in general, they hated the LLTV. I always had the belief from information I gathered through various articles and docs that the LLTV was useless and couldn't adequately train them for lunar landing. Wow, what an eye opening video.

    Elliot SElliot SUukausi sitten
  • For real were you go my son and me love getting smarter everyday

    albert pearsonalbert pearsonUukausi sitten
  • I got completely distracted when you broke out the lunar lander shot glass. PS if it's not a lunar lander shot glass I now reserve the rights for them

    Mark_ _WhitfieldMark_ _WhitfieldUukausi sitten
  • 11:17 I’ve never seen a luggage tractor going so fast in my lifetime

    Mikey 101234Mikey 101234Uukausi sitten
  • A great book about the engineering aspects of the Apollo program is “Angle of Attack: Harrison Storms and the Race to the Moon” by Mark Gray. As an engineer you’ll love it. I read it in my history of technology class for my mechanical engineering undergrad.

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    Kaden McentireKaden McentireUukausi sitten
  • I could not stop smiling at how excited Destin looks, when speaking to Mr. Wayne Ottinger. That was amazing.

    SkegonSkegonUukausi sitten
  • I don't understand why your videos get dislikes..

    mayur shastrimayur shastriUukausi sitten
  • The crooked random behaviourally jam because pest coincidently discover between a grubby gruesome cappelletti. grubby gruesome, standing bay

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  • Awesome video.

    Michael KerrMichael KerrUukausi sitten
  • 5:40 VTOL was in relative terms extremely common for test technology in the late 50s and 60s, with Americans, British and Soviets having test aircraft at about the same time. Surprisingly, the West Germans had the best test vehicles for VTOL, one of them being a cargo aircraft.

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  • 1:43 Among Us?!?!?!?! 😳

    SaghettiSaghettiUukausi sitten
    • I deleted it

      Primal lump pumpPrimal lump pumpUukausi sitten
    • I just commented that I swear i didnt see yours first

      Primal lump pumpPrimal lump pumpUukausi sitten
  • we going to the moon again !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Thomas JohnsonThomas JohnsonUukausi sitten
  • Best way is: No human hands allowed! We can already land or fly anything better by computer than by hand, even the specialized ones.

    Marco MendonçaMarco MendonçaUukausi sitten
  • 1:45 - Amungus 1:59 - Amungus

    Communist CuberCommunist CuberUukausi sitten
  • Wayne Ottinger is too humble (in regards to engineers of the past).... IMHO (i'm a computer/software engineer) engineers from decades past that's specialized in a certain field needed to be well versed in the complementary fields as well, IE: Software/Computer with electrical, mechanical, materials engineering. I find that today the engineering practices are too hyper focused & more study into the complementary fields would not only move our technology forward faster & with increased quality, but also at a better cost for society as a whole...... The more I study & tinker in the electrical & materials engineering side of things, it's made me a better engineer 10x **** rant over ****

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  • why didn't they just use helium balloons???? get me a job at NASA stat!

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  • Destin: "among us" 12 year olds: _suppressed laughter_

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    • lol

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  • 1:45 A MONGUS!!

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  • A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Moon.

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  • 1:58 Amogus

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  • You are one smart dude, there is no doubt, and I love your videos. You posses a very down to earth way of explaining topics that is very appealing. But, I want to offer some friendly advice on the use of the phrase "for free". You cannot give or get something "for free". Inserting the word "for" implies that you have something called "free" that you can give or get in exchange for something. So, first you have to give or get something called "free" before the transaction can take place. Can't be done. The proper way to phrase it would be to simply say "I'm giving you something "free". It's proper and it sounds correct, because it is. Growing up in a family full of teachers has made it impossible for me to let this egregious misuse of the phrase impossible to ignore. However, nearly everyone misuses it, so don't feel too bad. :-} Next up will be my rant on the overuse of the word "basically", which basically has no basic meaning and is nothing more than a basic filler word. There, I feel much better now... Hey, maybe I should start a channel of my own.

    David TowerDavid TowerUukausi sitten
  • I love how some people are commenting that humans never went to space on other's comments, and not commenting directly. Cuz they don't have the courage to and in their heart they know they are wrong😂 but won't accept cuz they don't want to and look stupid in front of others😂

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  • 1:45 sus

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  • Great video, great to hear from Mr. Ottinger

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  • 1:44 amogus

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  • This was fascinating.

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  • Thanks for the great video! I work on HLS and our CE recommended this LOL

    Alexandra ToftulAlexandra ToftulUukausi sitten
  • 3:20 nice tracking Destin!

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  • But if NASA can program a robot to drop another robot on Mars all on its own. Why do astronauts need to land on the moon on their own? Is it not safer to use the programming? No atmosphere seems like it would create a very consistent and reliable medium to program for, then you don't need to add the possibility of human error in landing.

    Joe O'ConnorJoe O'ConnorUukausi sitten
    • Ammmm... 1969

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    • Yes, but robots aren't as good as humans yet.

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  • If i recall correctly wasn't the Harrier also flying the late 60's?

    TheSharko123TheSharko123Uukausi sitten
  • 1:58 Whaaaaa?

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  • I wish the U.S still strived to be #1 and invest money into space rather then using our tax dollars to give other countries welfare all the time. It's a shame to think about how far ahead we would be if we were isolationist and reinvested our own money into our own economy.

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  • You should have worn an omega speedmaster motm

    Jamane Ma Raas HollingtonJamane Ma Raas HollingtonUukausi sitten
    • Great video

      Jamane Ma Raas HollingtonJamane Ma Raas HollingtonUukausi sitten
  • Silly. That can’t land on the moon. Flat Earth Baby

    Jeremiah JohnstonJeremiah JohnstonUukausi sitten
    • dummy

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  • Neil Armstrong... Boiler Up!!

    Lukas SmithLukas SmithUukausi sitten
  • Imagine if they had Kerbal Space Program back then.

    Notable DiscomfortNotable DiscomfortUukausi sitten
  • 1:45

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  • Incredible stuff. A truly great group of minds. You will never be thanked enough, Mr. Armstrong. Rest peacefully among the stars.

    Michael BMichael BUukausi sitten
  • You should continue your playlist on lawn tools do an episode on rotary hedge trimmers

    Josh LounsberryJosh LounsberryUukausi sitten
  • Every day...

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  • Please get Michael Collins and Buzz Aldrin together.

    Ankur DebbarmaAnkur DebbarmaUukausi sitten
  • Destin got hold of a LEGEND.

    Ankur DebbarmaAnkur DebbarmaUukausi sitten
  • I tried to watch this with a straight face, but I simply cannot!

    Matthew SikoraMatthew SikoraUukausi sitten
  • wtheck FIboth. why you hide Dustin update from my subs page? Luckily I search smarterEveryDay out of curiosity.

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  • Goes to show you how much we take all of the technical tools for granted. I imagine engineers will pre-program all of the error correction techniques in a computer for the re-return, but the Apollo crew never had that. They had to do everything with mechanics and training. I think it will be much less of a technical challenge on each individual person, but still a staggering engineering feat overall.

    Some CanineSome CanineUukausi sitten
  • Thank you, what a very interesting and informative video

    Gratten JenkinsGratten JenkinsUukausi sitten
  • how much would be saved in fuel weight if the rocket first stage was accelerated on a maglev ramp before first stage engine ignition? seems like maglev trains are similar sizable payload can be accelerated to high speeds using electricity and starting a rocket to escape velocity from maglev speeds would have a huge impact compared to starting from a standstill

    sterlingwulf RBLXsterlingwulf RBLXUukausi sitten
  • Can you do a video on the “ Tennis Racquet Theorem” aka “Dzhanibekov Effect”

    Drunk AstronautDrunk AstronautUukausi sitten
  • Someone get Mr Ottinger's half burnt snake cartoon made.

    LoungeActVideosLoungeActVideosUukausi sitten
  • I absolutely love this video!! My Grandfather was a Quality Control Engineer with NASA and worked on every APOLLO mission!! My Grandfather oversaw the manufacture and installation of the battery systems of the lunar lander! A secret my Grandfather told me before he passed afew years back was. Before they affixed the housing of the batteries, my Grandfather and his crew had a bronze plaque made with their names inscibed on it. They attached it to the top of the housing that covered the batteries!!!! This could have caused a mass firing event if they were caught!!! So now my Grandfather's name is on the moon! This I am very proud of! Just thought you might like to hear the story.

    Brian HuntingtonBrian HuntingtonUukausi sitten
  • to land on the moon you have to buy AMC and GME

    Shawn HunterShawn HunterUukausi sitten
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