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

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  • SmarterEveryDay
    SmarterEveryDay   4 months back

    I would like to point out several things:
    1. Luke Talley is awesome.
    2. Every single frame of this video requires more memory storage than this memory module is capable of handling. Think about that.
    3. On the second channel we talk about things like how they took into account gyroscopic precession with this bad boy. They also crashed this into the moon and used the signal as a way to figure out what the inside of the moon is like. It's a good video, you should consider watching it. ( https://youtu.be/6mMK6iSZsAs )
    4. This is not the Apollo computer. This is the Saturn V computer. They're different. This steered the rocket.
    5. People that support Smarter Every Day on Patreon are really cool and I like them a lot. ( https://www.patreon.com/smartereveryday )

    • GodsBoom
      GodsBoom  5 days back

      tiny thing: about the salt audiobook, the garum you mentioned is essentially salted fish paste that was "cured" and transported in big amphoras, it would preserve itself very nicely. It also existed before the romans, as far as i know the phoenicians brought it to west southern europe from the middle east around the 8th and 6th century b.C.
      Cheers,
      A future archaeologist.

    • Crusifix Jesus
      Crusifix Jesus  2 months back

      i try

    • StrangeCalibur
      StrangeCalibur  2 months back

      Wait, theres a second channel?!!!!!

  • max bobo
    max bobo  54 minutes back

    that polarized ring make me doubt moon landing.

    • HistoricKeeper
      HistoricKeeper  6 hours back

      After watching this I feel we are getting less smarter each day wow just wow.

      • Vortex Music&More
        Vortex Music&More  14 hours back

        Like me I drive past the rockets so much i forget they are there

        • TheAnonymousConnor
          TheAnonymousConnor  15 hours back

          But....








          Can it run DOOM?

          • MavHunter20XX
            MavHunter20XX  16 hours back

            Ingenuity, capitalization, and raw motivation that it took to make these things amazes me.

            • lionATWork
              lionATWork  20 hours back

              So in theory you would only need 1 modern smartphone to fly a rocket to the moon? They did it with way less computing power.

              • steinerMtb
                steinerMtb  1 days back

                linus doesnt apreciate those masterpieces, he just laugh about it :(

                • bbb fff
                  bbb fff  1 days back

                  linus, whose yer daddy?? pop said, say my name!! :D

                  • Luiz Ferrari
                    Luiz Ferrari  1 days back

                    what a story. TY

                    • Mark Arnott
                      Mark Arnott  2 days back

                      👨‍💻Another piece of 🚀Nasa 👩‍🚀history we don't see everyday👋👍 unreal

                      • Ekiskalibur Nirvana
                        Ekiskalibur Nirvana  2 days back

                        ask it to Stanley Kubrick

                        • Bruce Evans
                          Bruce Evans  2 days back

                          My mother was one of those women who threaded magnetic cores into the memories. Her qualifications?


                          Mom.

                          • Bruce Evans
                            Bruce Evans  2 days back

                            "Hmm. That wasn't the problem after all." Yeah. Been there, done that.

                            • pleappleappleap
                              pleappleappleap  2 days back

                              Linus, for God's sake. please *PLEASE* don't drop it.

                              • John Kravich
                                John Kravich  2 days back

                                It's insane to think they were capable of all this in the 60s and were having such a hard time trying to do the same with waaaaay more advanced technology.

                                • Kinang Eagle
                                  Kinang Eagle  2 days back

                                  i thought it was Linus in the thumbnail

                                  • Rory Meehan
                                    Rory Meehan  2 days back

                                    omg what if that computer crashed

                                    • twinzturbo
                                      twinzturbo  3 days back

                                      im not nearly as smart as I thought I was

                                      • Jorge Diaz
                                        Jorge Diaz  3 days back

                                        Dude! This is the coolest thing I have ever seen! Thank you!

                                        • Aidan Guile
                                          Aidan Guile  3 days back

                                          Ft. Linus Sebastian

                                          • Ethan Manzi
                                            Ethan Manzi  3 days back

                                            That's what I find amazing about old technology. It's hard to understand these kinds of things, but it is so much easier looking at old tech. When somebody says memory stores data, you get a general idea, but seeing physically woven magnets to act as data storage makes it really amazing. It's also why if you are interested in computers and how they work on a physical level, one way to get a general idea is watch Minecraft Redstone builds of ALUs, CPUs, etc. Closest thing you can get to working on the transistor level without being rich, haha.

                                            • KingKoopa
                                              KingKoopa  3 days back

                                              I like Linus when he is more quiet. :)

                                              • azlaaanFN
                                                azlaaanFN  3 days back

                                                Linus holding that gives me anxiety.

                                                • goober
                                                  goober  3 days back

                                                  Linus and that dam hoodie...

                                                  • Blitz
                                                    Blitz  3 days back

                                                    Turns out Luke is a time traveller and has been working for Linus as a younger version of himself for a few years.

                                                    • Amr Koptan
                                                      Amr Koptan  3 days back

                                                      That's a great video, I recall "Curious Marc" had his mates trying to get the Apollo computer to work, they had issues with the core memory but they worked through it, so far they've made 26, parts it's so interesting

                                                      • Mauri Cobian
                                                        Mauri Cobian  4 days back

                                                        You should've had LGR talk to that man! He There would've been a dozen custodians armed with mops ready to go.

                                                        • FuzzyDragon Cosplay
                                                          FuzzyDragon Cosplay  4 days back

                                                          As close to the space and rocket center as I work, I really should go up there one day to go through the newer building.

                                                          • sasha wood
                                                            sasha wood  4 days back

                                                            can it run doom?

                                                            • Nathaniel Ricker
                                                              Nathaniel Ricker  4 days back

                                                              Read Salt, it is the best.

                                                              • linkuei83
                                                                linkuei83  4 days back

                                                                Who downvoted this?

                                                                • John
                                                                  John  4 days back

                                                                  When you see this you start to understand how Nasa can say they lost the technology to return to the moon. They're really saying we'd have to invent this all over again...

                                                                  • ThisNoName
                                                                    ThisNoName  2 days back

                                                                    No, we didn't lost technology, we lost the spirit! It's all about profit, politics and political correctness nowdays ... May GOD bless America, cause we could really use some

                                                                • Veselin Krastanov
                                                                  Veselin Krastanov  4 days back

                                                                  so the sad truth is that they didn't have to rush out competitor countries to the moon and wait a few centuries to develop a decent computer that would allow them to go even further than the moon? Oh man that human-ish pride is just causing headaches and serves noone any good.

                                                                  • midnightrider
                                                                    midnightrider  4 days back

                                                                    can it run minecraft?

                                                                    • __Mort3012__
                                                                      __Mort3012__  4 days back

                                                                      Garum being made today as Fish sauce?

                                                                      • Nāc Ēst!
                                                                        Nāc Ēst!  4 days back

                                                                        0:59 - never do that, he will drop it!

                                                                        • Maurits Winkens
                                                                          Maurits Winkens  4 days back

                                                                          SWEEEET HOME ALEBAMA

                                                                          • william Ribeiro
                                                                            william Ribeiro  5 days back

                                                                            NASA's dun goofed. They could just strap some RGB leds on that memory module to instantly get triple performance.

                                                                            • Lloyd Share
                                                                              Lloyd Share  5 days back

                                                                              How did Linus not drop it or was that edited out?

                                                                              • Gunther Schadow
                                                                                Gunther Schadow  5 days back

                                                                                No, they didn't program the computer by threading the cores. That's B/S. It's RAM! But its totally static. So even after years turned off, the data is still there. I used to have a PDP-8/A and I found my program in the core memory after many years. You might be able to actually read what you have in your hand here.

                                                                                • Rick
                                                                                  Rick  6 days back

                                                                                  That is probably why you'll never meet a computer scientist from back then that doesn't work glasses.

                                                                                  • Rick
                                                                                    Rick  6 days back

                                                                                    The Navy was still using core memory in its air traffic control systems in the early 90s. I was electronics tech back then and I knew the AN/TPX-42. It had 64 kilobytes of core memory. My home computer back then had more memory.

                                                                                    • Bill Rayvan
                                                                                      Bill Rayvan  6 days back

                                                                                      Imagine believe the propaganda used against USSR ...

                                                                                      • Reona sabskrep
                                                                                        Reona sabskrep  6 days back

                                                                                        Linus daily dose of trip. . .

                                                                                        • Jake B
                                                                                          Jake B  7 days back

                                                                                          I tried to watch one of linus’ videos but it just made me feel incredibly stupid. He might as well have been speaking a different language.

                                                                                          • Ian Shoults
                                                                                            Ian Shoults  1 weeks back

                                                                                            Ok boomer

                                                                                            • Mourisyo TV
                                                                                              Mourisyo TV  1 weeks back

                                                                                              crazy amazing