From Space to Screens: The Impact of Satellites, Jets, and Games | Extra Long Documentary

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  • @veritas41photo on March 7, 2024

    Humankind's Extraordinary Gift For Invention… indeed! This documentary seems to confuse jet engines with rocket engines, however. Let us just keep the descriptions accurate…

  • @scottweidt9144 on March 7, 2024

    Not even close to jet engines. Chemical rocket engines

  • @pierredecine1936 on March 7, 2024

    I was 4 days from 1 year old when Sputnik flew, I remember it because my Dad worked at Cape Canaveral !

  • @jserr9682 on March 7, 2024

    THIS IS Phenomenal Documentary Thank you So Much!!!!

  • @sharonshort4018 on March 8, 2024

    I don't remember the fear that is so often cited. You listened, you learned, and you planned for survival. That's all. I was always fascinated by all the sci-fi stories about post-apocalyptic societies.

  • @PeterOConnell-pq6io on March 8, 2024

    I was ten years old during the 1962 Cuban missle crisis. Even though I was too young to fully appreciate the danger, the sweat dripping off my Dad's (a civil engineer USN employee building radar sites to counter Soviet air attacks) chin said it all. When I asked him about it years later, he informed me US intelligence indicated our hometown, Boston, MA, and his radar sites, were targeted with three 3-megaton Soviet weapons.

  • @dianahill5116 on March 9, 2024

    Computers have dehumanized humans.

    Computers are/have been removing humans from normal social skills.

    Computers are interfering with people's privacy and personal lives.

  • @felixwilliams-9032 on March 15, 2024

    😅

  • @JAYDELROSARIQ on March 15, 2024

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  • @williscopeland7114 on March 20, 2024

    Narrator states 41:40 that the Hubble mission has to launch higher than any shuttle mission before or since. What about the mission to repair the shuttle? It probably had to go as high doncha think?

  • @ioanbota9397 on April 13, 2024

    I like

  • @lightningmcqueen181 on April 23, 2024

    For Aliens, Visiting Earth would be like visiting a Land Fill

    What NASA has done so far, to have kept the ISS from being completely Obliterated by Space Trash is astonishing to me

  • @randallbevansr5200 on April 25, 2024

    Concord was not banned from the US,it was ,banned from flying Supersonic across the US

  • @randallbevansr5200 on April 25, 2024

    You spent thousands of hours? Well you've wasted thousands of hours,The IRS will not reimburse you, you get no retirement

  • @andrewblackburn1299 on April 26, 2024

    These guys at NASA should have took it a personal when that space shuttle blew up they were responsible for killing those people tells you it was a government program cuz nobody went to jail over it they were told what would happen when it got cold like that and those seals

  • @user-wx1jk6ls1z on April 26, 2024

    Ronald Reagan knew how to play poker. The Strategic Defense Initiative was a bluff hand. The Soviet Union folded because of it.

  • @randycurl866 on April 26, 2024

    There is nothing green about batteries, or the way we charge them.

  • @dagann1 on May 10, 2024

    So, In 1958, America's second chance at a missile launch was successful with a "jet" engine… huh? Excuse me, but to reach space required a "rocket" propelled vehicle. Neither the "Sputnik" satellite nor all the following lunches used jet-assisted propulsion vehicles and they did the same as the Nazi V-2 rocket that penetrated our atmosphere to achieve space travel. Either that, or there is a major aspect of my education to suggest otherwise! Right?…lol.

  • @thomasschoon8407 on May 10, 2024

    Ok?

  • @HayesRanch on May 13, 2024

    When you started with the garbage pronouncing of Aluminum -lost me – that your woke pretentious attitude and go somewhere else! Thumbs down

  • @hectorlebron2102 on May 17, 2024

    Documentary keeps talking about “jet engines” – even when talking about space and Saturn V…

  • @stevengill1736 on May 21, 2024

    They didn't even mention the Hubble Space Telescope glitch, where they had to send another shuttle with corrective gear to make the telescope useable. Wasn't it due to some mirror grinding mistakes? Thank goodness it was fixable with some optical and software modifications…..

  • @jnielsen90 on May 26, 2024

    I found all the first few games a little lame and uninteresting until the one game that came along that was so vastly different then all the rest because it was like playing a Cartoon instead of just watching it back in 1983…..my very first addiction in life, Dragons Lair and the accident prone main character Dirk the Daring. I loved that game and can't be the only one who's allowence every week went to that game to the point I had too forever give up buying anymore "Hot Wheels" cars LOL

  • @vivangreco1710 on May 27, 2024

    A rocket is not a jet engine.

  • @markgarin6355 on June 2, 2024

    Dweebs. Ha

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