How SpaceX and Boeing will get Astronauts to the ISS

  • Published on Feb 22, 2019
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    We’re at a really exciting time where the number of crewed vehicles going to the international space station will go from just one to three!. The Soyuz’s 8 year monopoly for getting humans to the ISS is coming to an end.
    So today we’re going to take a deep dive on the two new spaceships that will be responsible for taking humans to and from the International Space Station from the United States. We’ll compare the Boeing Starliner riding an Atlas V rocket to SpaceX’s Crew Dragon on their Falcon 9 Rocket.
    And to see how we’ve progressed in the world of human spaceflight, we’ll also compare all these systems along side Russia’s Soyuz capsule and the United State’s retired Space Shuttle in a side by side comparison.
    We’ll look at the designs, the rockets they’ll ride, dimensions, cost, safety considerations, and any other unique features that each vehicle offers.
    Considering I’ve been up close and personal with SpaceX’s Crew Dragon Capsule, and Boeing’s Starliner, I’ve got some good insight on some of these vehicles.
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  • MobileChaos
    MobileChaos Day ago

    You really have to wonder. If NASA had a second crew vehicle option and launch abort sustem, if they still could run limited shuttle missions specifically to take large amounts of cargo to space.

  • Lorenzo
    Lorenzo Day ago


  • Andrew Shirley
    Andrew Shirley 2 days ago

    I get the dimacrats hate our great president and great country but that does not give them the right to shut down people who love ther country and saying USA USA USA USA USA!!!! The dimacrats have lost ther minds

  • Andrew Shirley
    Andrew Shirley 2 days ago

    I get it. I get dimacrats hate our great president and great country but that does not give them the right to shut me down and attacking me for loving my country. Wtf dude ?? How do u have somone like night bot working for u I love ur chanel and ur videos but night bot should realize that there people who love ther country out ther and they shouldn't be attacked for it. Wtf

    • Everyday Astronaut
      Everyday Astronaut  2 days ago

      Night bot is an automated robot who prevents spam and capitalization from spamming the live-streams. If you were blocked or warned it had nothing to do with politics, purely spam prevention by a robot 👍

  • Andrew Shirley
    Andrew Shirley 2 days ago +1

    I get it. Dimacrats and the new generation of libtards don't love our country. I get they hate our great president. But they need to realize they Republicans love space to. And I shouldn't be attacked for loving my country it really upset me when it's my birthday and I'm watching a awsom rocket lunch on my favorite chanel and all of a sudden I get atacked for loving my great country I get that Democrats hate our great president and great country but I shouldn't be called a bot or be hatred on for loving my country. I wanted u to be aware that night bot is not a good person if there ganna hate on people that love ther country and saying USA USA USA they told me to stop saying USA USA USA and spaming and called me a bit. I don't get it I live my country. Big deal. Get over it. But no. They shut me down for living my country. Wtf??? What do u think about it ?? How are we living in a world where I say USA USA USA and night bot says warning quit spaming. Calling me a bot and saying well keep a eye on him. Wtf. All I said was USA USA USA greatest country on earth. Y cuz I love my country and I getting atacked for it. Y ?

    • David Watson
      David Watson 2 days ago

      Do you realize that you are attacking people?

  • BoilinHotOil1
    BoilinHotOil1 2 days ago

    Please shave.

  • Andrew Shirley
    Andrew Shirley 2 days ago +1

    Hey everyday Astronaut. I am a big fan. I love ur videos and I love space and anything rockets . I just wanted to make u aware that yesterday I was watching the live stream of delta 4 launching and it was my birthday so I was really excited and really happy about my country doing great in space. So I said USA USA USA USA greatest country on earth by cause I love my country and space and I started to get attacked by night bot I think he works for u. Idk but it really sucks that I'm watching my favorite chanel about space and I get atacked for loving my great country I just wanted to make u aware that u have night bot hating on people for loving ther country and saying USA USA USA. I said USA USA USA and all of a sudden I'm getting a tacked and ther thinking I'm a bot. That's ridiculous

  • Jose Fontanez
    Jose Fontanez 2 days ago

    I have to say after watching this video...!!! Beautifully done...!!! 💯👍🏻👌🏻... keep them coming...!!! Cause I don’t get tired at all...!!! 💯🔥💯🔥...

  • Ray Chang
    Ray Chang 3 days ago

    Good job as usual, Tim. The difference between flying in the Starliner and the Crew Dragon is comparable to the difference between riding in the economy section of a Boeing 737 and in a Tesla Model S. In other words no comparison.

  • Rueben Tromp
    Rueben Tromp 4 days ago

    I see that it look the same old school system . Nothing new . a lot of fuel to go up . I think it have to be a new way system to push it up .

  • True That
    True That 4 days ago

    Dude, what happened to your left eye?

    • True That
      True That 3 days ago

      +Everyday Astronaut Wow, in researching what heterochromia is, I just found out I have central heterochromia! Thanks for replying, and thanks for the very well done videos you produce.

    • Everyday Astronaut
      Everyday Astronaut  4 days ago

      Or my right eye? I have heterochromia 😉

  • John Doyle
    John Doyle 4 days ago

    Full marks for your production quality it is first rate.
    We await the Starliner first launch, they have a tough act to follow after what appeared a flawless SpaceX mission.
    Thanks for the time and effort you put into this presentation.

  • Denis Tremblay
    Denis Tremblay 5 days ago


  • mrtngmz82
    mrtngmz82 5 days ago

    YES....!!! GREAT JOB NASA @ stealing our taxes, only to deliver us CGI. TY

    • J.J. Shank
      J.J. Shank 5 days ago


  • chris p skeatez
    chris p skeatez 5 days ago +1

    the russians want soyuz back up capsule incase space x hits the station in full emergency and rightfully so... if astronauts are to be lifted into space so the real cost is still in the russian gdp cost ...and it is not as nasa and space x assume that usa is back into space this is not realistic to pretend so... skeatesy the son of man 2019 bubbygoddezz

  • Stephen Savaso
    Stephen Savaso 6 days ago

    Great job on this video. I just have one question how come it is 58mil per seat for Spacex solution when they can reuse the first stage?

  • Michael K. Hobbs
    Michael K. Hobbs 6 days ago

    I'll tell you what I've been a amateur rocket scientist for more than 30 years of my life I flew up just about every bit of my life savings at the Black Rock Desert flying gigantic monster rockets up to quarter scale. I've always dreamed of going to space. Please make me a candidate I feel I have not done anything for my country yet I'm almost 60. If anything happens I don't blame anybody that's my lifelong dream to get to space to Mars to the Moon even if I don't make it back. The technology we have today I believe in. Even the stuff that's not mentioned.

  • William Sheehan
    William Sheehan 6 days ago

    Let's face it. When SpaceX does it, it's cooler.

  • Lee Oldershaw
    Lee Oldershaw 7 days ago

    The Space Shuttle was probably one of the greatest engineering disasters in US history. It was supposed to lower the price to orbit by a factor of 10 and instead raised it by a factor of 10. Two of the five vehicles had catastrophic failures with the loss of the vehicles and 14 crew. They were death traps from the get-go with many single-point failure modes. Any astronaut that rode them that tells you they weren't afraid is being dishonest.

  • Jason
    Jason 7 days ago



  • Bob H
    Bob H 7 days ago

    starliner looks VERY cramped

  • loganbaileysfunwithtrains

    I think now would be an appropriate time to actually build/design a space shuttle since there’s an actual space station to “shuttle” people to, unlike the STS shuttles which was a shuttle to nowhere and wasn’t really designed for science and was just a military piggyback, I just think that we are going in the opposite direction using rockets with CM....Might just be me I’m not a scientist or an engineer but I think the shuttle was the right idea at the wrong time, I think we still need to look into space planes and not so much on conventional rockets, great video however and I’m at happy that American companies are breaking the Russian monopoly on space travel

    • loganbaileysfunwithtrains
      loganbaileysfunwithtrains 4 days ago

      Sergio Rejtman well the shuttle was actually designed to carry military and CIA satellites into orbit that’s why the Hubble telescope fit and that’s the reason why there’s all those “classified” sts missions and it’s the reason why the cargo bay was so big, I’m not talking about remodeling the shuttle in talking about making a SSTO that is capable of trans porting people and components to the space station and be able to glide back to earth and land on a designated runway, like the old shuttle did just the new one would be better because the DoD wouldn’t be involved and demand a lot of requirements

    • Sergio Rejtman
      Sergio Rejtman 6 days ago

      The space shuttle was designed to build the International Space Station and it carried most of the station modules, which were designed to fit exactly inside the shuttle cargo bay. Since it was 7 times heavier than SpaceX´s Crew Dragon, each launch cost much more. To carry up to seven astronauts, the current ships designs are much more cost efficient. Actually, each ship is designed to fit a specific purpose. Many people drive a SUV alone and don´t bother the extra fuel cost, while they only needed a small vehicle for two people. Going to space, however, is so expensive that you really can´t take an SUV (the Shuttle) to do a small car´s job (the Dragon).

  • Kouga
    Kouga 7 days ago

    Look, the rocket is raising its arms (from the Y letter) into the air like the human on the left 1:08

  • Sean Reynolds
    Sean Reynolds 7 days ago

    What about STS?

  • Adam Krisanski
    Adam Krisanski 7 days ago +2

    Hahaha hahaha "Mad Max scene" that's totally what I'm going to see now, when we eventually get footage. Hahaha hahaha hahaha hahaha hahaha

  • Old Conspiracy Dude
    Old Conspiracy Dude 7 days ago

    I bet they take away the comforts of the dragon capsule to get a fifth seat in it.

  • Marc Abelha
    Marc Abelha 7 days ago

    This is absolutely amazing, I am actually seeing this happening.
    Humans going into space in 3 different spacecrafts. I don't know about you guys, but this sounds like sci-fi to me.
    I was 7 when I got to see on (black and white) TV last time we landed on the moon. Since Apollo 17 we rolled back the human adventure is space and Moon became, again, a fiction realm. I know it is just for ISS now, but it looks like this time we'll go forth. 2019, what an amazing year be alive.

  • Joe K
    Joe K 7 days ago

    Starliner will land in White Sands. Next to the hundreds of nuclear test craters. Sounds legit.

  • Christopher M
    Christopher M 8 days ago

    Could the Super Draco engines be used to propulsively land the Dragon2 capsule should the parachutes fail?

  • Christopher M
    Christopher M 8 days ago

    I love your channel, your enthusiasm and knowledge will surly inspire the next generation of space enthusiasts for space exploration and travel, from Australia

  • Intellectual Ketchup

    I feel so sorry for someone who has dedicated so much of their life to learning about fake space. I wasted over 30 years of my life on it too. The International Fake Station is a giant money making fraud. The evidence is so overwhelming, that basically anyone who still believes that it is up there, just hasn't done any research.

    STORMSTOOKER 8 days ago

    ......................All Space missions are CGI...........................

    • Agressive Parmesan II
      Agressive Parmesan II 7 days ago

      PRove it

      Also, i have a question, why would anyone want to fake space missions, whats the point?

  • Dennis Krentz
    Dennis Krentz 8 days ago

    Great video, good presentation, Just a bit to much trivia babel.

  • Gamernaut
    Gamernaut 8 days ago

    I've watched the NROL-71 live stream, and I've been waiting for it to come out as a replay, so I can record you answering my question (trust me, it feels great to have your favorite TheXvidr to talk to you). It still han't come out for me at least. Why is this? Don't tell me that it got taken down by TheXvid, right?

  • Felix Red Fox
    Felix Red Fox 8 days ago +1

    Hey just wondering where did you get those little Globe things on your shelf that are spinning

  • Milan Vuletic
    Milan Vuletic 8 days ago

    lol saw the comment about your different coloured eyes and now I cant stop starring...

  • Oliver Reiß
    Oliver Reiß 8 days ago

    I don`t belive that the seats at the Space X Design will match an Astronaut with a heavy and bulky Spacesuit.....;-) Although, it looks cool, I admit.

    • Mythricia
      Mythricia 2 days ago

      You seriously don't think they've tested this? That is the approved look, that is the final design. SpaceX also has their own suit, designed by them. It is much less bulky.

  • Jason
    Jason 8 days ago

    Wait don’t they wear their spacesuits in the capsule? Chairs could just be made larger but touch screens with gloves? But spaceX‘s design looks Sexy. Like when compare a Tesla interior with one of a vw Bug

    • Steven F
      Steven F Day ago

      Although less common, there are touch screens that don't require special gloves

  • S H
    S H 8 days ago

    As a non-technical observer, consolidating all the controls into a single flat panel seems like putting all your eggs in one basket. What if that single piece of equipment breaks? I realize there will be a reasonable answer, but what is it?

  • studybug2010
    studybug2010 8 days ago

    This has been super educational..thank you.

  • Derek Lestrange
    Derek Lestrange 8 days ago

    Yes you are strongly incorrect, how about'' no, astonaughts'", dingbat, crap for kids, ruining the atmosphere, look at these new rockets piercing the stratosphere, like darts. Fools and the money spent, on missiles as that's what they become, for war. No man, Russian, chineese, otherwise, has ever set foot on the moon. No escaping, from the truth, how many liers, did you say went to the moon? And you stop lieing, who's paying you to lie to me?all tax, spent on Impossible , tasks that kill people in the worst way.
    N eed
    A nother
    S even
    A stranouts
    Step right up, kaboom!!

  • Naif
    Naif 8 days ago

    From where did you get that rotating globe on top of that shelf behind you(in front of Saturn V booster)??

  • malcolmar
    malcolmar 8 days ago

    Very well done! Thanks! I too am so glad to be able to have American space craft taking astronauts to the ISS but like you, this just makes me appreciate the Space Shuttle program even more.

  • joe alter
    joe alter 8 days ago

    I think the shuttle would have felt a lot more solid if they weren't always gluing heat shield tiles back on in space, and you didn't have commentators wondering if they had enough tiles aboard..

  • lexzbuddy
    lexzbuddy 9 days ago

    The problem with NASA is the design methodology. They have too many design sign off stages & it stops progress. Space X is doing things right. If you want better, you need change. if you freeze change, you can't improve & the whole process grinds to a halt.

  • Anthony Moreno
    Anthony Moreno 9 days ago +1

    I see you have the star hopper model

  • Benjamin O'Brien
    Benjamin O'Brien 9 days ago

    Is your left eye OK? One eye dilated can be a sign of brain damage.

    • Everyday Astronaut
      Everyday Astronaut  9 days ago

      I’m just heterochromatic 👍 my one eye is very very dark, not dilated 👌

  • Derek Lestrange
    Derek Lestrange 9 days ago

    Space shuttle, take alook, jet plane looking thing, gets full of idiots, with a title saying astronaught. gets strapped to a fule, filled bomb 💣 they then ignight it, sending it a thousand kms an hour. Just to blow up in the air. With the so called invinsable plane ✈ disintegrating. Killing the idiots I. Side. Oh look they did it again, oh and again, oh really? They were permitted to kill again? And again..... And your promoting more,of this crap. Prove we didn't, prove we did. Answer is never and never will. Sory bud, it's an exploding pipe dream literally 👆

  • Derek Lestrange
    Derek Lestrange 9 days ago +1

    Stop lieing, Elon Musk wants to take you to Mars one way, he's already got half a million suckers world wide. Your another one 😂, check the background on rockets killing niece people, stop the nonsece. Problem is your just spreading, this crap further I was the first to step a foot on youranus,

  • Giampaolo Mannucci
    Giampaolo Mannucci 9 days ago +1

    Amazing job you did there, great production. Thank you!

  • Steinstra 1961
    Steinstra 1961 9 days ago

    They should have adopted much technology of the Russian Buran and upgraded the US Space Shuttle with it. So much knowledge wasted there.

  • hr 777
    hr 777 9 days ago

    cool,,,❤❤❤ keep creating new space stuff guys ❤❤❤

  • Vlasko60
    Vlasko60 9 days ago +1

    Tim, I hope you get a chance to go to space someday. Excellent presentation.

  • XiaLe Mai
    XiaLe Mai 9 days ago

    Great video.
    I'm surprised you didn't add latitude of launch sites though. Who doesn't like a bit of trigonometry.

  • jramir2
    jramir2 9 days ago

    It's funny how futuristic movies still design their spaceships to look clunky. While on earth, thanks to Elon, we are making spaceships into works of art. It actually reminds of the design of the UFO described by Bob Lazar. Only three seats and 3 gravitational engines. No need for other rooms, computers. You can imagine that in the future, there might not be any need for giant screens.

  • Henry Barnett
    Henry Barnett 9 days ago

    Superb presentation in all aspects. I understand more now about these different rockets and payloads thanks to your great video;

  • Isaiah40:22
    Isaiah40:22 9 days ago

    How much does it cost to become an astronot actornaut?

  • Evan J
    Evan J 9 days ago

    Subbed and Belled, fantastic presentation and work, glad I found you in my feed.

  • Jason Achilles
    Jason Achilles 9 days ago +1

    holy crap dude....great video. Just came from watching the (amazing) Apollo 11 doc tonight and found this to round out my evening of inspiration.

    YIZHAKBAICONUR 9 days ago

    can you make a video in order to convince half of Americans that do not believe in Moon landing ? please !!!

    • S H
      S H 8 days ago

      I really HOPE it's fewer than half of us the do not believe! But those who think it has all been a hoax are under/uneducated and suffer from low self esteem issues.

  • lucky irvin
    lucky irvin 10 days ago

    yeah baby!

  • lucky irvin
    lucky irvin 10 days ago

    hey tim, yall talk the talk and walk the research walk
    here we are movin out, american craftsmanship climbing up outta earth's gravity well again
    settin up bases on the moon, diverting asteroids into gold rushes, spreading out and thriving

  • J B
    J B 10 days ago +16

    Looks like SpaceX will be next to put astronauts in space.

    • Dolan Dumb
      Dolan Dumb 2 days ago

      Keep in mind, we have seen the schedule to be prone to change.

  • Kirk Augustin
    Kirk Augustin 10 days ago

    All three are silly because any vertical launch situation is always far more dangerous than it need to be.
    Any reduction of power in a vertical launch means total disaster. With a horizontal launch, you just land and try again.
    The ONLY inefficient things about a horizontal launch is the weigh of the take off wings is unnecessary for landing, but if you separate them, there is no reason not to do horizontal launch. It does not need massive acceleration in order to prevent disaster.
    With horizontal launch, a reduction in power just means orbit takes longer to achieve. And that is about 100 times safer.

  • rallyfan555
    rallyfan555 10 days ago +1

    I just don't see how the ISS could have been built w/o the Shuttle or something similar. It really was impressive when you compare it's capability to the other systems.

    • lucky irvin
      lucky irvin 10 days ago

      the shuttle was the semi hauling a load next to you on the road.
      way the hell up there, so many good hauls
      shuttle was magnificent

  • Kirk Augustin
    Kirk Augustin 10 days ago

    I disagree and considered the Shuttle ridiculous. You do NOT combine people and cargo. That not only prevent an abort system, but ensures the greatest risks to the people possible, with the need for the largest launch propulsion. The Shuttle was totally asymmetric, forcing massive thrust vectoring while using up fuel during the risky part of launch. And finally, by combing crew and cargo, that meant reentry was far more dangerous than it has to be, because of the useless size of the nearly empty Shuttle.

  • And Crafter
    And Crafter 10 days ago

    What a lovely acronym

  • munu numu
    munu numu 10 days ago

    For some odd reason, I found myself falling in love with the Space Shuttles (STS) again as you mentioned. Seriously, they are modern marvels of machine.

  • Jim Watson
    Jim Watson 10 days ago

    Atlas V carries the name in tradition only. The original Atlas ICBM that was scattered throughout the US during the most dangerous period of the Cold War had to be pressurized to keep it from collapsing upon itself. It also had American engines to go with ultra cutting edge technology. The newer Atlas uses a twin-chambered RD-180 Russian engine. According to Chuck Walker (“Atlas-The Ultimate Weapon”), the Atlas project set several records in American industry, employed more than 100,000 people at its peak and cost more than $6 billion, a massive sum for the 1950s. Atlas orbited four Mercury astronauts, boosted Mariner 2 toward Venus, Ranger and Surveyor toward the moon, Mariner 4 toward Mars, the Agena target vehicle for Gemini astronauts and started two Pioneer spacecraft toward Jupiter, Saturn and out of the solar system. To me the greatest achievement for the namesake Atlas is New Horizons. Very nice, comprehensive documentary.l

  • Jon Wharf
    Jon Wharf 10 days ago

    Great video. The price-per-seat thoughts were interesting. IMO the allowance for the Shuttle payload bay contents shouldn't be more than whatever say Atlas would've charged to take the payload bay contents to orbit separately, plus a bit for rendezvous capability perhaps. That would still leave each set of astronauts paying around $1billion for the ride.
    I think just the idea of big cargo + crew drove the cost problem. Near-simultaneous launch would have been a much neater solution.

  • Jenny Piper
    Jenny Piper 10 days ago +1


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    Jenny Piper 10 days ago


  • David James
    David James 10 days ago +1

    They will be DRIVEN out to South-Central, Nevada "Studio B" where the Sound Stage is of course.

  • SmokeFlame1
    SmokeFlame1 10 days ago

    Very good assessment and commentary.

  • Joshua Plotkin
    Joshua Plotkin 10 days ago +1

    why do they even need Boeing? Both the Crew Dragon and the Orion have done successful test flights. you have two ships that work, why do you need three

  • MHz
    MHz 10 days ago

    Very professional review. Thanks!

  • Chi Chu
    Chi Chu 10 days ago

    The old rocket technologies redesigned for to relaunches into the ISS much better than the Space Shuttle,because the Shuttle are costing to much to maintain.

  • Aiden G
    Aiden G 10 days ago

    Yeah I don't think I would want to deal with touch screens while in a moving, shaking rocket capsule.

  • André Huys from Aalter in Flanders, Belgium

    You have a fantastic name: "Everyday Astronaut"! :-) :-)

  • Political Foolishness
    Political Foolishness 10 days ago +2

    Why don't we just use the Apollo technology? Seems to have worked. Now I'm digging for old 1960s car commercials because I want to drive some proven technology on the highways. 😂😂🤣 LOL

    • Vlasko60
      Vlasko60 9 days ago +1

      Old cars are deaths traps compared to new ones.

    • Michael Benno Butter
      Michael Benno Butter 9 days ago

      Well...proven they are - but in the 4 decades since then, technology has developed in leaps and bounds! Think of Falcon 9's recovery of the precious first stage... We walk old paths but one storey higher, so to speak... Greetings: Mike

  • Инженерный клуб Сол-Эн

    Very aesthetically beautiful video

  • Barbie Bauer
    Barbie Bauer 10 days ago +1

    How interesting. Thank you

  • Criß Mustamann
    Criß Mustamann 10 days ago

    👎👎👎👎 Soyuz still reliable than this Starliner and Dragon. He's the only one to transport our NASA crew into ISS since space shuttle went down

  • Ted Rainville II
    Ted Rainville II 10 days ago

    You had me at docking

  • Ted Pollard
    Ted Pollard 10 days ago

    Tim, what would happen if we put two felcon9s to the Space shuttle? You think it would lift it?

    • Everyday Astronaut
      Everyday Astronaut  10 days ago +1

      They’re 2/3rds less powerful than the shuttle SRBs, so they wouldn’t have been capable of lifting that beast.

  • Johnny Wong
    Johnny Wong 10 days ago


  • Vladimir Pritomanov
    Vladimir Pritomanov 10 days ago

    I hope Rogozin taught Roscosmos to make trampolines for sending Russian astronauts. For example, the Russian military industrial complex is not capable of producing civilian products. Putin said that pans like tefal are unattainable for a military industrial complex. :-))

  • zealot316
    zealot316 10 days ago +1

    Thanks for making these videos, incredibly informative!

  • Steve
    Steve 10 days ago

    Excellent video! Got to give it to Elon, in my opinion. Love the shuttle too... They should re-engineer the thing and bring it back... fly's piggy back, and lands like a plain... Who can't love that?

  • Electro Static
    Electro Static 10 days ago

    How gullible do you need to be to still believe in space and the ISS?

    • jo sele
      jo sele 9 days ago

      How about yourself, believing in conspiracy nonsense with no solid proof other than cheap youtube videos and charlatans rant?

  • Antoni Peters
    Antoni Peters 10 days ago

    As usual, they will use CGI and lies.

    • Antoni Peters
      Antoni Peters 9 days ago

      shuttup shil-tard. We don need no stinkin' CGI! (unlike you mindless sheep) sad pouty-face joe selfie. what are you supposed to be with that mug. Or is that CGI too? some kinda grunge emo thang? or is it a CGI character from one of your vid games? "... and of course, they also lie ... a-wayah, a-wayah, a-wayah." aww knawck-id-awf, ya liddle baybeh! (heh-heh-heh!)

    • jo sele
      jo sele 9 days ago

      As usual, conspiratards and flerfers arent even capable of producing convincing cgi about their nonsense or even proof or practical applications of their "theories". And of course, they also lie

  • Skyler Warren
    Skyler Warren 11 days ago

    NASA is a undercover Nazi party organization launching nuclear warheads into orbit under the ruse of practical space exploration shuttle right before everyone's eyes. Also they are using the sun to weaponize the Hubble telescope (hints the wildfires in California... Where it was built)

    • Al Dunlop
      Al Dunlop 10 days ago

      Skyler Warren Paranoid much?

  • brapabout
    brapabout 11 days ago +2

    you talk like a gay

  • Frank Jin
    Frank Jin 11 days ago

    is it just me ...or ...don't u think Boeing's rocket design looks like a .........D H ?

  • Jaroslav Simecek
    Jaroslav Simecek 11 days ago

    Hi, This is very good program. Do you know by any chance why there are two vehicles serving the same purpose? Base on what will NASA make decision which one they are going to use?

  • Ron Rowan
    Ron Rowan 11 days ago

    Last human launch was Apollo 17, not seven, in December 1972.

    • Everyday Astronaut
      Everyday Astronaut  11 days ago

      That was from Kennedy Space Center. Last human launch from Cape Canaveral Air Force station was Apollo 7 👍

  • Chris Lucas
    Chris Lucas 11 days ago

    Excellent video mate.

  • shuluspa
    shuluspa 11 days ago

    Why SpaceX has to land its Crew Dragon on water while Boeing is allowed to land in a desert?

  • Daniel OBrein
    Daniel OBrein 11 days ago

    hey I have a good deal on a bridge I can sell you

  • Daniel OBrein
    Daniel OBrein 11 days ago

    every day I am seeing more and more evidence this is all bull -----their is a expert marksman that will give you twenty thousand dollars if you can prove the coriolis effect ----he knows it is bull ---just a small thing to prove again and again this is all bull----the biggest con in the history of the world