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

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Functional Requirements for the Launch Vechile Digital Computer
ia600300.us.archive.org/27/items/nasa_techdoc_19790073644/19790073644.pdf
Launch Vehicle Digital Computer
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saturn_Launch_Vehicle_Digital_Computer
Dr. von Braun (seated) examining a Saturn computer in the Astrionics Laboratory at the Marshall Space Flight Center
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saturn_Launch_Vehicle_Digital_Computer#/media/File:WernherVonBraunAstrionics.jpg
U.S. Space & Rocket Center
www.rocketcenter.com/
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Huntsville,_Alabama
IBM's page on the Saturn Guidance Computer
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Komentarai 

  1. SmarterEveryDay

    SmarterEveryDay

    Prieš 4 mėnesius

    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. ( ltplayer.info/show/Nm1NSzZpU1pzQXM.html ) 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. ( www.patreon.com/smartereveryday )

    • GodsBoom

      GodsBoom

      Prieš dieną

      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

      Prieš mėn

      i try

    • StrangeCalibur

      StrangeCalibur

      Prieš 2 mėnesius

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

    • John Kiltoff

      John Kiltoff

      Prieš 2 mėnesius

      Rishi Ramraj m

  2. Amr Koptan

    Amr Koptan

    Prieš val

    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

  3. Mauri Cobian

    Mauri Cobian

    Prieš 2 val

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

  4. FuzzyDragon Cosplay

    FuzzyDragon Cosplay

    Prieš 3 val

    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.

  5. sasha wood

    sasha wood

    Prieš 3 val

    can it run doom?

  6. Nathaniel Ricker

    Nathaniel Ricker

    Prieš 6 val

    Read Salt, it is the best.

  7. linkuei83

    linkuei83

    Prieš 7 val

    Who downvoted this?

  8. John

    John

    Prieš 8 val

    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...

  9. Veselin Krastanov

    Veselin Krastanov

    Prieš 9 val

    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.

  10. midnightrider

    midnightrider

    Prieš 10 val

    can it run minecraft?

  11. __Mort3012__

    __Mort3012__

    Prieš 12 val

    Garum being made today as Fish sauce?

  12. Nāc Ēst!

    Nāc Ēst!

    Prieš 14 val

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

  13. xaero76

    xaero76

    Prieš 21 val

    When some one asks... "How can you forget how to get to the moon?!?!".... this is how.... so, fewer and fewer people are around that built the rockets and computers that sent man to the moon, tech has been lost and or cannot be made anymore since it is obsolete and on top of that many of the notes, adjustments and field modifications that were made are also lost to time and history..... so yes, it is possible how to forget to do something like getting to the moon..... so, these days you have to start from scratch

  14. Maurits Winkens

    Maurits Winkens

    Prieš 23 val

    SWEEEET HOME ALEBAMA

  15. william Ribeiro

    william Ribeiro

    Prieš dieną

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

  16. Gunther Schadow

    Gunther Schadow

    Prieš dieną

    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.

  17. Rick

    Rick

    Prieš 2 dienas

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

  18. Rick

    Rick

    Prieš 2 dienas

    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.

  19. Bill Rayvan

    Bill Rayvan

    Prieš 2 dienas

    Imagine believe the propaganda used against USSR ...

  20. Reona sabskrep

    Reona sabskrep

    Prieš 2 dienas

    Linus daily dose of trip. . .

  21. Jake B

    Jake B

    Prieš 3 dienas

    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.

  22. Ian Shoults

    Ian Shoults

    Prieš 3 dienas

    Ok boomer

  23. Mourisyo TV

    Mourisyo TV

    Prieš 3 dienas

    crazy amazing

  24. Robbie Goldman

    Robbie Goldman

    Prieš 4 dienas

    Linus, the heck are you doin here ?

  25. just teme

    just teme

    Prieš 4 dienas

    really fun and informative video thank you for making it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  26. BLACKLIGHT

    BLACKLIGHT

    Prieš 4 dienas

    This always be mind blowing to watch..

  27. king james488

    king james488

    Prieš 4 dienas

    when debugging a computer literally meant picking bugs out of a cabinet the size of a car...

  28. Jared

    Jared

    Prieš 5 dienų

    Don't stop ending with scripture

  29. Hayden Beddow

    Hayden Beddow

    Prieš 5 dienų

    Garam

  30. Submersed24

    Submersed24

    Prieš 5 dienų

    There needs to be more linus and Smarter every day... its like when jimmy neutron and timmy turner had that joint episode.

  31. H2Dwoat

    H2Dwoat

    Prieš 5 dienų

    Hi, I remember when I was a child having a Casio calculator watch. I had a teacher tell me that it had many times the memory and I think computing power of the computer that took space ships to the moon. I can remember trying to imagine how that could be, now I understand 🤓.

  32. Jayant Rao

    Jayant Rao

    Prieš 5 dienų

    well thats a scientisst

  33. GlaDi02

    GlaDi02

    Prieš 6 dienų

    Linus just realized that he and all "nerds" these days, are not nerds at all.

  34. One Life

    One Life

    Prieš 6 dienų

    He talks like an american from ww2.I LOVE OLD PEOPLE.

  35. HolzstockG

    HolzstockG

    Prieš 7 dienų

    I would like to be a close friend to Luke to get all the knowledge he has

  36. diddlydankmemes

    diddlydankmemes

    Prieš 7 dienų

    uses a SSD

  37. John McVey

    John McVey

    Prieš 8 dienų

    This video showed us how computers were put together in the 60's, but it never explained how the data was delivered to the programmer and it never answered the question that is in the title of the video, how did NASA steer the Saturn V? A car driver uses his inbuilt human perspective to determine the speed of the car and looking ahead determines the direction he wishes the car to take, so he turns the steering wheels which turn the car wheels to take the car in the appropriate direction. So what components were used to change the direction of the rocket and how did the rocket get thrust while moving in a vacuum?

  38. Dark Matter

    Dark Matter

    Prieš 8 dienų

    So, I guess my only questions would be: a) What kind of over-clocks did NASA achieve on that thing... & b) Undoubtedly most important... could it run Crysis

  39. Saar Z

    Saar Z

    Prieš 8 dienų

    It didn't steer it because because the moon landing was staged

  40. Trev0r98

    Trev0r98

    Prieš 9 dienų

    This whole video could have been made even better, were it not for the presence of the smirking, coy and elitist Linus Sebastian.

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