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Here are two cases where links to a specific time code in SpaceX YouTube videos stop showing the intended moment because apparently SpaceX has gone in within hours or perhaps a day and shortened the …
asked Jun 20 '16 by uhoh
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: Screen captures from this YouTube vide Arrow is added indicate the "blob" in question. above: Screen captures from this other YouTube vide Similar type of shot. This is the previous launch of Tiangong-2. Seems to be heavily colorized? …
asked Oct 17 '16 by uhoh
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as discussed in this SDO question and this SOHO question. What causes this line? above: screen shots from YouTube videos of IRIS imagery. below: The full YouTube videos of IRIS imagery …
asked Sep 20 '16 by uhoh
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In this awesome Youtube video of HD footage from the GoFast 2014 Rocket, a de-spin maneuver is performed. Is this a yo-yo de-spin? You can see the de-spin at 0:57 and at 3:47, where it really looks … like a bolo is flying away, but I can't be certain. It's only a few frames and it's not possible to slow-mo Youtube videos (or frame advance). The video is great - even though there is no sound in space, the vibrations of the craft are picked up by the cameras. …
asked Jul 9 '16 by Steve
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In the YouTube Trailer for the PBS program A Year in Space at 00:56 a small spinning object can be seen, attached to a spacecraft well above the ISS. I think the video is significantly speeded up so … this an antenna of some kind or something else? What spacecraft is it attached to? below: RapidScat below: GIF from the YouTube Trailer at about 00:56. The motion is clearer in the original video linked below it. …
asked Oct 28 '17 by uhoh
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YouTube auto-played this to me after Scott Manley. I don't really recommend this channel as there are a lot of small errors due to the speaker's unfamiliarity with the science and mis-speaks like … astronauts on-board to help solve problems like these. But would recovery from these three problems have each required astronauts on board? All of these problems were mitigated because of the collaborations between engineers on the ground and in the station. From YouTube here …
asked Oct 22 '18 by uhoh
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How many hours of publicly available footage is there of the lunar rover moving around? Youtube only has 2 min. I want more. Especially with rooster tail. …
asked Jun 15 '18 by user26224
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From the video on youtube, it was not clear that how Spacex is supporting their rockets on launch pad. What is the supporting mechanism they are using? …
asked Jul 21 '18 by Amar
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highlight the nozzle's vectoring activity. Below GIF is hacked from screen shots from the Rocket Lab YouTube video It's Business Time Launch - 11/11/2018 Sorry for the low quality, I don't know a good … and easy to use tool to make GIFs from long YouTube videos. It's showing 2x normal speed. Once you get the idea here, go to the same play time in the video and you can watch at any speed YouTube allows. …
asked Nov 11 '18 by uhoh
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When watching the NASA channel (such as on YouTube) you see clouds and occasionally land forms. Why is it we never see electric storms on Earth ? …
asked Aug 15 '18 by Kevin Fox
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As seen in Gravity, and also in this youtube video: , the Soyuz main engine is covered by a metal plate that it mechanically moved out of the way before firing. What is the function of this covering? …
asked Sep 22 '14 by Nickolai
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During the recent SpaceX CRS-12 launch which was broadcast live on YouTube, it appeared at one point as if the horizon of the earth was completely flat. What caused this to happen? …
asked Aug 14 '17 by Tyler Faile
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In this youtube video, it talks about steering Soyuz by changing lift. Why does roll rotation help in changing lift and also helping in cross range steering? I am looking for an answer from aerodynamics and structural point of view. …
asked Feb 3 by Prakhar
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like it has rotating intertia wheels of some kind, to maintain attitude? The YouTube video shows the same 30 second test "flight" from three different angles: above: GIF made from frame numbers … 300 to 326 extracted from this YouTube video. above: GIF made from frame numbers 459 and 460 extracted from this YouTube video. above: Lockeed's Martian Multiple Kill Vehicle - cropped from here. …
asked Oct 26 '16 by uhoh
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After reaching a peak altitude of 222 km the Ariane 5 launcher with Intelsat 29e starts to lose altitude. What is the reason for this trajectory? Youtube video Paper on Ariane 5 …
asked Jan 27 '16 by Hohmannfan

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