The Largest Rocket That Never Launched
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The Largest Rocket That Never Launched

This video is supported by SurfShark. In November 1967, NASA launched the iconic Saturn V rocket for the first time. Standing 110 meters tall and producing 7.6 million pounds of thrust, the Saturn V stillI holds the record for the largest and most powerful rocket ever launched. But a rocket designed years before the Saturn […]

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Why Are Rockets Launched in Florida?
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Why Are Rockets Launched in Florida?

NASA’s most important rocket launches – the Mercury program, the Moon missions, and the space shuttles – lifted off from the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida. But why there? Florida doesn’t seem to have a lot going for it. The state gets hit by lightning more than anywhere else in the U.S., plus […]

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How SpaceX Lands Rockets with Astonishing Accuracy
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How SpaceX Lands Rockets with Astonishing Accuracy

For the past decade, the entire world has had their eyes on SpaceX as they have revolutionized rocket engineering and space travel. From launching a sports car into orbit, to the promise of establishing a futuristic colony on mars, their spectacles have generated levels of public excitement and media coverage that haven’t been seen since […]

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AquaPod Water Bottle Rocket
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AquaPod Water Bottle Rocket

[MUSIC] Set your sights on the sky and launch your own water rocket with the AquaPod. The contraption can launch two-liter bottles up to 100 feet in the air, using only water and pressure. After partially filling a two-liter bottle with water, slip it over the AquaPod’s launch tube. Then use an air pump to […]

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Reusable Rockets & Metallic Hydrogen
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Reusable Rockets & Metallic Hydrogen

The most expensive thing about space travel is that most the equipment only gets used once for a few minutes It’s sort of like buying an expensive new car whenever the old one runs out of gas. So today’s topic is reusable rockets, an emerging technology that is cutting launch costs down significantly We will […]

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