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

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Jul 16, 2019

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SmarterEveryDay
SmarterEveryDay Month ago
Thanks for coming to Alabama Linus! Dang good job explaining the computer.... especially the power systems and the heat management system. I had honestly never thought about these for the Saturn V. For those asking, I'm currently in Germany on a last minute trip so I didn't get to finish my video yet. Coming soon!
JustWasted3HoursHere
You guys should team up more often. These two videos were both extremely interesting!
Norwegian Smores
Norwegian Smores 9 days ago
@ger traba i do not. and i dont care much for the flat-tards either. good day.
Neil Graham
Neil Graham 9 days ago
Destin is awesome.
ger traba
ger traba 9 days ago
@Norwegian Smores of course U are right , the astros were closer to GOD and saw his divinity while going to moon and they are afraid to say what they saw, hence their beliefs the almighty you do believe in GOD RIGHT?????
ger traba
ger traba 9 days ago
who hooo, been looking on info on this part of the V stack, maybe U should mention it was this unit that kept the APOLLO 12 moon mission on course when a few secs after liftoff in Nov 1969 LIGHTNING STRUCK the rocket and knocked out all systems except this one, kept it going to orbit and complete themission............... ruvid.net/video/video-aaby2oe0N-4.html
Olgert Fantozzy
Russian computers of the 60s. For example, Gagarin’s flight was calculated on the Strela computer 1961. Use a page translator. zen.yandex.ru/media/vilianov_com/kompiuter-dlia-gagarina-sovetskaia-evm-strela-na-kotoroi-rasschitali-pervyi-polet-v-kosmos-5accc15457906afe5de74262 www.great-country.ru/articles/sssr/sov_delali/00003.html
hex1c
hex1c 3 days ago
Alot of tech for something that never went to the moon lol
Anthony Efx
Anthony Efx 3 days ago
I just watched the smarter everyday video and Linus deserves some serious props for the way he listened to Luke first then explain it in this video like he works at the space center. Very impressed
k re
k re 3 days ago
50 years! WOW!! I was 9yrs old when Armstrong stepped on the moon. I watched it on TV and still remember it well.
Raymond Collins
Raymond Collins 4 days ago
I thought it sounded kind of nuts that those batteries were 5,300ah (2:15). Other sources say they're 350ah, that sounds closer to reality. For a little context, a 125lb lead acid truck battery is more like 150ah.
aaron stone
aaron stone 5 days ago
Of all the places to learn how cooling in a vacuum works i learnt it here.......... not sure how i feel about that.......
metalperslfx
metalperslfx 5 days ago
the only thing i hate about ltt videos is the comment section.
Noodle Boi
Noodle Boi 5 days ago
So this is what a big brain duo really looks like.
Fouren Fouren
Fouren Fouren 5 days ago
Thank you, Linus, for making this video and taking the time to explain most of the things, We are so lucky to live in our generation it's not even funny and we do take is for granted altho not everyone.
Yawhatnever
Yawhatnever 6 days ago
12:22 would have been a perfect space shuttle (Endeavour) pun
lynchmob72
lynchmob72 6 days ago
Yes, but how many FPS does it get?
Jessica Germain
Jessica Germain 6 days ago
Hey Linus! I've watched Destin's channels for several years. I don't always understand the scientific info, but I welcome the chance to learn. I'm now 70 yrs old. I watched the moon landing with my mom and her oldest sister! There is a silly aspect to the tale... We went to Aunt She's house in the middle of the night, to watch it on her color TV... It was however, broadcast in black n white! LOL Thanks for your scientific explanation! I'll be watching your channel too. Thanks, Jessica
Earl Deuna
Earl Deuna 7 days ago
A cooling system that dissipates 9000w?!
ChuckFromPoland
ChuckFromPoland 7 days ago
No RGB? meh...
Jim's videos
Jim's videos 7 days ago
The hand-laced wire bundles though
James Anderson
James Anderson 7 days ago
Awesome video. Great information well presented. A far cry from the NCIX days. 🙄 Job well done! Kudos.
Team Black
Team Black 8 days ago
1.1K people don't believe humans have walked on the moon
Jakob Universe
Jakob Universe 8 days ago
The moon isn't real fight me
ILOVEPIE
ILOVEPIE 8 days ago
Just FYI Spacex runs a custom version of linux on their rockets.
ILOVEPIE
ILOVEPIE 8 days ago
You should check out the Apollo AGC that just got restored, it's really cool.
Huesan
Huesan 8 days ago
Can it run fortnite?
First Last
First Last 8 days ago
Truly astounding.
Gustavo Medrano
Gustavo Medrano 9 days ago
considering the thousands of years humans have been on this planet and knowledge that have been forgotten or destroy (library of Alexandria, the Mayas...) i think we are behind, i just hope 1 day humans stop hating, discriminating each other so we can give a bigger jump forward and even do more huge advances...
Ruben Vatle
Ruben Vatle 9 days ago
you didnt even try to run a game of fortnite on it, in 4K? No benchmarks? dude did you wast your time thre or what? jk btw :)
Enkhe Bathsaihan
Enkhe Bathsaihan 9 days ago
Let's hit the Cinebench.
CranJo Games
CranJo Games 9 days ago
America really did land in the moon, i believe you because you said it linus, i believe you! i believe you!
Enrique Berrios
Enrique Berrios 9 days ago
I happened to come across your channel because of SmarterEveryDay. You just won yourself a new subscriber.
King
King 9 days ago
I would like to meet the chief engineer behind this.... this.... Maybe it was Howard Stark.
rashaunny
rashaunny 9 days ago
Luke Tali is so great wow so much charisma
Charles Cavatoni
Charles Cavatoni 9 days ago
Linus Rocket Tips
UltraMind
UltraMind 9 days ago
¯\_(ツ)_/¯
The Indecisive Hobbyist
Just finished reading One Giant Leap by Charles Fishman. It goes into great detail on the design and creation of the Apollo computers and the rope core memory that was used it was great. Also on Audiobook.
Calvin Giddens
Calvin Giddens 9 days ago
Small correction - radiators DO work in space, and are used on most missions. The method of heat transfer you’re referring to, where air flows over the radiator, is actually convection.
felix mendez
felix mendez 9 days ago
So this is THE computer that didn"t take anyone to the Moon.
zach
zach 8 days ago
Site?
Mauricio Aceves
Mauricio Aceves 9 days ago
50 year old tech and I still dont understand any of it lmao
mac berry
mac berry 9 days ago
I was sad but than I remembered thanks to Elon we have rockets that land themselves back on Earth
Niels Nauta
Niels Nauta 9 days ago
So one arduino is enough
allthesevens
allthesevens 9 days ago
Would love to see you have a crack a a sublimation based cooling system!
Kyle Gruber
Kyle Gruber 9 days ago
Guys, imagine if Linus dropped it.
drekfletch
drekfletch 9 days ago
If you want to buy a rocket, call your Senator / Representative / MP and ask them to support NASA / CSA funding.
Fireblaze x
Fireblaze x 9 days ago
10:00 i wonder how many pounds of zip ties they used.. if they would have cut that number in half they probably could have saved like 30lbs at least
Ben Bachmann
Ben Bachmann 9 days ago
Here's the other video for those looking ruvid.net/video/video-dI-JW2UIAG0.html
John Manderson
John Manderson 9 days ago
Thanks a megaton ✅✅✅👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻 This was sooo interesting and informative! 😀
Anduril
Anduril 9 days ago
Linus: casually brings up moon landing conspiracy. Also Linus: nah brah, we landed on the moon.
Sahil Singh
Sahil Singh 9 days ago
Those memory modules are called core memory, and that's where we get core dump term from.
Joseph Zins
Joseph Zins 9 days ago
Interesting to see Linus do a video sort of Tom Scott style!
Eric B
Eric B 9 days ago
outch Projector has 2 1\2 star review.
Dominic Salvo
Dominic Salvo 9 days ago
"if you believe in that sort of thing" lmfao immagine engineering all of that, spending all that time and money, and pouring your heart and soul into keeping your fellow man safe on a journey to another astral body for some dickhead neckbeard to say it was fake, and portrayed by Hollywood on a soundstage. Fuckin excelent as always but you forgot one important question! CAN IT RUN CRYSIS!? even low spec I won"t judge I just wanna know lol :P
A1BASE
A1BASE 9 days ago
The viewsonic X10! Super expensive and decidedly average! Buy it now!
CircleNoob101
CircleNoob101 9 days ago
Destin uploaded the video already, come on, put the link where it's supposed to be!
Aliticx
Aliticx 9 days ago
Whether we landed on the moon or not, this is an engineering marvel.
Randal Wilson
Randal Wilson 9 days ago
here bc of smarter everyday
Steve O
Steve O 9 days ago
Dude!! Easily one of your BEST videos!! The engineering that went into the Saturn V never gets old! 🚀🇺🇸🚀🇺🇸
karl williams
karl williams 9 days ago
lmao nasa quote we lost the tec to get to the moon and how many kbs jokers,best one is lk at von brawns calculations on how much fuel needed case closed
Michal_King
Michal_King 9 days ago
But can it run crysis
SOUMYA AGNIHOTRI
SOUMYA AGNIHOTRI 9 days ago
Cable management is kind awesome
jd52wtf
jd52wtf 9 days ago
Wait!!!! Who let this guy into the US?! ;) Great video BTW!
Evobrubaker
Evobrubaker 9 days ago
You scared me at 10:49! I thought surely he doesn’t believe that we DIDN’T go tot the moon! Next he’s gonna say that the Earth is flat!!!
Satu Hogosha
Satu Hogosha 10 days ago
But can it run minecraft?
daniel berrett
daniel berrett 10 days ago
Smarter every Day! ruvid.net/video/video-dI-JW2UIAG0.html
unfa
unfa 10 days ago
The real question is... Can it run Tetris?
Ultra Joe
Ultra Joe 10 days ago
*Alabama has entered the RUvid comments*
Earthquakeize
Earthquakeize 10 days ago
All of this was build and engineered just to sell the lie that the earth is round and the moon landing wasn't faked. you cant fool a smart person like me.
Your Face
Your Face 10 days ago
That projector is like $1,800 and has terrible reviews, lol.
Lucas
Lucas 10 days ago
Is this the end of the world? No arguments between real/fake moon landing? whats happening here? a video of a guy talking about moon landing and not even one argument on the youtube comment section!
Francesco Fagnani
are you surprised that those people are not on a channel that teaches you how common technology that you use every days, like computer or smartphones, works or progress... but at the same time their existence and their numbers are based so terribly on those much to makes you question, have we really done a good thing in making internet access easy and accessible to everyone? :D
Burgerplayer
Burgerplayer 10 days ago
Can it run Crysis ?
490o
490o 10 days ago
Is the height of Linus accurate or did the editors play a prank on him?
Samudra JS
Samudra JS 10 days ago
Nice video quality
BWX
BWX 10 days ago
But they faked it.... right? LOL.. why would they have all this if it was faked. Any conspiracy theorist would have to ask themselves that, and come to the obvious conclusion.
Chad Kennow
Chad Kennow 10 days ago
ruvid.net/video/video-dI-JW2UIAG0.html
jason bourne
jason bourne 10 days ago
LINUS PLEASE MAKE A SUBLIMATOR!!!!!!! PLEASE MAKE A NASA ENGINEERED SUBLIMATOR COOLING SYSTEM FOR A PC. YOU CANT REPLICATE SPACE WITH A VACUUM PUMP AND A SEALED BOX. BUT SEE IF YOU CAN CREATE ENOUGH VACUUM TO MAKE IT COOL ITSELF
Larry The Roleplayer
great job making destin wait a fuckin week before he put his video up, which is way more interesting than yours...
Thunderland
Thunderland 10 days ago
Linus is 1.6 meters?
boltonky
boltonky 10 days ago
Thanks for video. Gutted when i found out i couldn't get software due to needing an @ company address (get it). If i could afford everything that comes with starting from scratch again in life/business i would be a rich man indeed....and its always the thing you least expect that screws you haha
rufioh
rufioh 10 days ago
Destins video is out. Where’s the link Linus?
Marshall R.
Marshall R. 10 days ago
horizontal black bars on my 16:9 monitor vertical black bars on my 21:9 monitor why are you doing this to me?
Marshall R.
Marshall R. 10 days ago
@DUKE NUKEM should be able to Google different modes, although stretching is pretty much never worth it so fair enough
DUKE NUKEM
DUKE NUKEM 10 days ago
@Marshall R. mine extension does not stretch video although i lose some of the image if i watch 16:9 videos on 21 9 monitor , but i got used to it , its much better alternative to having black lines
Marshall R.
Marshall R. 10 days ago
@DUKE NUKEM yea i have that, but it would either be stretched weirdly or lose the edges since its done aspect ratio in between, id guess 18:9 thanks tho
DUKE NUKEM
DUKE NUKEM 10 days ago
you can install Ultra-wide video extension for google chrome it will automatically size any video to your screen aspect ratio
Mervman2000
Mervman2000 10 days ago
Linus reaching for his phone... "No. Not now."
LordPBA
LordPBA 10 days ago
Is strange to think that all of this is nazi's technology
LordPBA
LordPBA 10 days ago
@BWX sure, of course is not after the end of official Nazism, but I barely belive that without Wernher von Braun all of that could be possible :)
BWX
BWX 10 days ago
It's not. They just borrowed some rocket scientists from them, this is all newly developed tech from long after WWII
Enzo Limon
Enzo Limon 10 days ago
Hell Yeah! More Linus Dustin!!!!
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