Space Station Reboost: The Inside Story 11. November 2011 Via coolissrebootSpaceShare ThisTweetTeilenPlus oneTeilenEmail Frühere Beiträge Wolfenstein – Enemy Territory (Real Life Version) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U84K55KmNJY Via Star Wars (Brock’s Dub) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z8xeS-_8Psk Via Homeless Interview: Interview With A Woman Living Homeless On The Streets http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zcfDPK1vl_s Via Dieser Beitrag hat 47 Kommentare At first I was like „Meh, so slow.“ Then I realized how spooky it is that the small tin can you live in is moving while you stand still in space… WHY THAT IS AWESOME?! Then neglecting the orbiting speed. @Nojaru Space has no gravity, only those of the planets and suns. But the rail is IN SPACE! @Scintillations314 Well how about it’s mountet on a magnetic levitation rail. This means no friction. And the rail would only go for a certain distance, until the rail has reached light speed. And the Rail is in Space, so no gravity. Aswell, to guide the Spacecraft through space, there would be additional boosters. Who say’s it need a lot of energy? LASER (Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation) in pulses can move obstactles. Been shown in tests and is scientifically proven. Nerds have all the fun @FIGHTTHECABLE ‚Fraid it’s a simple matter of KE=0.5mv^2. It doesn’t matter how you accelerate an object, you still need the same amount of energy to so. Bigger object or faster speed means more energy. And using magnets to accelerate the spacecraft wouldn’t get around the recoil issue – that’s Newton’s third law. I’M IN SPACE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Color me subscribed. I love seeing this kind of footage. Blows my mind that we have people floating around in freakin SPACE. Lol. Satoshi had a spacegasm. „Wauu!!! Oooooooooh! Waaaaa!!!!“ Why do you wear socks? Seems like the extra exposed digits would be useful. I pick things up with my feet daily. @FIGHTTHECABLE There is the issue of recoil for sure. In space, there’s no way to keep the railgun from firing itself backwards, unless you put rockets on the railgun to compensate, but if you’re going to do that, you might as well have the rockets on the spaceship. Mass drivers, are, however a possibility for firing craft into orbit from the surface, especially from bodies such as the moon. The trick though for human space flight is having a safe acceleration, which such railguns may lack. I am sick with jealousy. xD Man, that looks so entertaining. I wonder if they mess around like that with every reboost. XDDDDDDDD dunno but a fish tank is more exciting Nerds are so easily amused. Imagine bustin a nut with zero gravity? LOL I WANT A GO :'( Maybe one day, eh? William Shatner: We’re out of rice Asian dude: FUUUUUUUUUU…. @guydecervens Yes, we are:) 100 billion dollars easy:) @anotherdupeaccount excellent thought… Would like to see their reaction with a big boost 🙂 Wao. Wao! Ooooah. Wao! OOOooooooah. god dam its a bunch of nerds up there This is a bit late, I know, but the socks are for a few reasons. One, they keep things kind of cool on the station due to all the computers, electrical equipment, and the sun minus 200 miles of earth’s atmosphere heating things up. Also, there are velcro strips on the floor in various places where the socks will grab on and the astronauts can hold themselves in place, if need be. Also it keeps skin from clogging the air system. Nothing went wrong here. Mike Fossum is an outstanding space walker and a great pilot. His Christian belief had no bearing on his ability to perform the jobs required of him during his tenure on the space station, and he performed them well. Perhaps you can present a logical explanation of why you think ’something went wrong‘ with a Christian being in space… Like sliding children 🙂 This is a real demonstration of a noninertial frame where Newton’s first law failed to hold: there is no force and they got accleration. Absolutely fantastic! They didn’t get acceleration, the station is moving but they are not „ackward“ 1:42 He is the happiest geek ever to niech postawia skarpety przy scianie is it only me but aren’t astronauts really cool guys? That really looks like fun! hahaha!! Being in the ISS would be absolutely amazing, but being in the ISS high would be phenomenal lol they’re in the space in a zero gravity space station and they’re having fun with moving backwards???? They’re not in zero-G and they’re not moving backwards. The space station is accelerating forwards (non-zero-G) while they stay still. Its akin to being on roller skates in train when the train starts moving – you stay still, the train moves. lol i knew that sherlock! How often do they reboost? the japanese guy has a lot of fun 😀 And these people are suppose to be the best any country an offer? Lol, Astronauts living in zero G think accelerating is noteworthy. haha I’d consider moving at 17000 ks an hour pretty noteworthy. how did they post the station? „Wow Wow Wooooow“ – he sounded so unenthusiastic and monotone… If it were me I’d be busting a nut straight out of the top of my head from parietal! some additional facts would be great. duration of the boost, delta-v, and the amount of fuel they used e.g. so cooollllll wow wow woooooooooooow in the back wow lol I think a scientist shouting „PHYSICS“ while floating in a space station is a confirmation of everything good about human achievement. Kommentare sind geschlossen.