History Buffs: Apollo 13

2016-ж., 19-дек.
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Lol hope you all enjoy this episode. I have to say that this one was extremely grueling to work on but I wanted this review to be something a little special. Which is why its at a whopping 52 mins!
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Apollo 13 is a 1995 American docudrama space adventure film directed by Ron Howard. The film stars Tom Hanks, Kevin Bacon, Bill Paxton, Gary Sinise, and Ed Harris. The screenplay by William Broyles, Jr., and Al Reinert, that dramatizes the aborted 1970 Apollo 13 lunar mission, is an adaptation of the book Lost Moon: The Perilous Voyage of Apollo 13 by astronaut Jim Lovell and Jeffrey Kluger.
The film depicts astronauts Lovell, Jack Swigert, and Fred Haise aboard Apollo 13 for America's third Moon landing mission. En route, an on-board explosion deprives their spacecraft of most of its oxygen supply and electric power, forcing NASA's flight controllers to abort the Moon landing, and turning the mission into a struggle to get the three men home safely.

  • 24:18-24:45 Zadok The Priest!

    C SC S13 мүнөт мурун
  • Kennedy was a womanizing liar.

    Ronald SchoolcraftRonald Schoolcraft13 саат мурун
  • USSR: The united states sleeps under a soviet moon US: **lands on the moon** USSR: *no this is not how you're suppose to play the game*

    Random PersonRandom PersonКүн мурун
  • To this day I can't wrap my head around what created the craters on the moon. The nearly uniform depth, the nearly perfect circular formations, and the fact that the objects which created them are nowhere to be found. Not a single large space rock sitting inside any of them leading to the (assumption) that every single one of them was pulverized to smithereens on impact. This seems counterintuitive to me.

    UnconsciouzoneUnconsciouzoneКүн мурун
  • Holy Loud Music Batman!

    Adam PerryAdam PerryКүн мурун
  • Clair de lune was a PERFECT ending song!! 👌🏽 not only beautiful but a clever lunar reference

    Suave JokerSuave Joker2 күн мурун
  • great until the bit about 50 years since mans greatest achievement... and not meeting stanley kubriks vision... remember.. it was 100 years from jules vernes vision to getting on the moon... we have another 50 years for that timespan from kubriks vision to become reality there is now talk of putting someone on mars... no reason to believe it has to be more than 50 years to achieve it... we can still hit the vision of putting a man on another planet with less time than jules verne trip to the moon becoming reality

    Graham RichardsGraham Richards3 күн мурун
  • Forgot I was watching a video about a movie

    Tiffany KellyTiffany Kelly3 күн мурун
  • Imagine being like the real Appollo 13 guys in another crisis. "Yeah, um, I seem to have a uh, bullet wound in my uh, left shoulder."

    Kingm3Kingm35 күн мурун
  • 15:27 heckin oof for merica

    Paperhead ProductionsPaperhead Productions6 күн мурун
  • All this story are fake!

    Vava OliveiraVava Oliveira6 күн мурун
    • @Vava Oliveira Whoosh

      Seek1878Seek18784 күн мурун
    • @Seek1878 What base, sucker?

      Vava OliveiraVava Oliveira6 күн мурун

      Seek1878Seek18786 күн мурун
  • Loved it. I am a history major yet, know nothing about space travel nor anything related. All I can say is that I loved the movie and those guys had iron balls! No Shit! Ron is an excellent director/producer, by the way. Love your stuff Ron!!!

    Joel ThomasJoel Thomas7 күн мурун
  • And sadly, we had some hope but now is over With the founding of the Space Force and the project Artemis, I was hopping to see again this, but now is over How sad is to this disgusting world filled with extremely stupid people And what's this trending of trashing everything? Of course this movie had it problems with accuracy, but remember, IT'S A BLOODY MOVIE, NOT A DOCUMENTARY!!!

    Hamphield D. PhoenixHamphield D. Phoenix7 күн мурун
  • 3:30: Nit-pick: but I think that the story starts at the turn of the 19-20th century with Goddard and his contemporaries that would inspire and create the tools neccesary for Werner. As illustrate by this video: exiting the Earth's limits was Werner's lifelong dream, which was made possible by the desperation of the Nazi's, but that perversion of Braun's vision is not the beginning of man's greatest achievement.

    The Sparkle ZoneThe Sparkle Zone8 күн мурун
  • Nice video! Now in 2021 we have no hope for unification under one agenda. No more are the projects of the people. It is all now only left and right. They have succeeded in turning the people against each other while they live in luxury while WE pay for it. I'm now down for it anymore

    RyanRyan10 күн мурун
  • 5:23 what happened to that guy? seems like he was either super unlucky or just knocked off his feet

    Nicholas HansonNicholas Hanson10 күн мурун
  • Every single human being... except the blind screw those guys 🤣 🤣 jkjk

    TheFullmetalmexTheFullmetalmex10 күн мурун
  • Euri Gagorin did NOT orbit the planet. he was the first human in space. John Glenn what the first human to orbit the earth.

    JackReace360JackReace36011 күн мурун
  • The "One small step" quote historic undoubtedly, but imagine he said something like "BOOYA MERICA 1ST BITCHES, FLAG ME BUZZ"

    ODD IS-HEODD IS-HE11 күн мурун
  • Having watched this, it would be I interesting for you to cover "Hidden Figures"

    Miss KatstineMiss Katstine11 күн мурун
  • "Once the rockets are up, who cares where they come down. That's not my department" says Wernher Von Braun.

    David LeanDavid Lean11 күн мурун
  • Just wanna say thanks for the history lessons 😜

    Scott MooreScott Moore11 күн мурун
  • Wait wait... Does it "literally bleed from the screen?". I didn't expect such a thing from you.

    Dustin FarnumDustin Farnum11 күн мурун
  • with a 50 minute video i was expecting a 5 minute intro and outro

    what datwhat dat13 күн мурун
  • Fantastic video. The only issue I have with it is during the last few minutes, the music is so loud it nearly drowns out the narration.

    flyboy152flyboy15215 күн мурун
  • Thank God for Elon Musk,

    Daniel LimachDaniel Limach15 күн мурун
  • If you watch this with me in the movie theater just be sure to bring earplugs if you enjoy hearing you'll hear multiple ear piercing screams me pointing to the astronauts one of them is when Neil Armstrong land on the moon and one of them is near the end of the movie

    technowarriorstvtechnowarriorstv15 күн мурун
  • Your editing is amazing man. Filled with just enough humor and drama and actual live footage to be incredibly entertaining. But it’s your enthusiastic and at times snarky narration that really kicks this this channel into being one of my absolute favorites on KGworld I’ve learned more from your videos than all my history classes in high school

    Atiqah DiyanaAtiqah Diyana15 күн мурун
  • The screens the NASA controllers were sitting in front of were not computers. They were closed circuit TV screens. The camera was pointed at control panels. Computers didn't exist that could process all the data, and display it simultaneously, so they used analog indicators on large panels, viewable by the NASAS operators via their TV screens.

    roger hillroger hill16 күн мурун
  • The Dark Side of the Moon looks like a prism on a black background with a beam of light split into a rainbow. The far side of the moon however looks like what you have shown in the video.

    VirusSIVirusSI16 күн мурун
  • If you look closely at 5:21, you see the russian way 😯 V-Group: Yay... let´s run with our red victory flag, yay! Gunner: They are about 1 meter away from my cannon, let´s do this! BOOM V-Group with everlasting deaf ears and PTSD: Stand up, go on, go on! I wonder what happened to this group...

    Sensai S.T.Sensai S.T.16 күн мурун
  • This flies in the face of suspicious theorems that man never made it to the Moon at all , that it was not possible to have flown there and landed given the level of (un) preparedness and expertise the States would have needed just to get there and back in one piece. For example, it has been said that there is more computational power and sophistication today in one's android phone than in all the computers that NASA used in 1968- 1972. Not a pleasant thing to think , but it could very well have been accurate. A massive cover up? Maybe.

    Ursula KurUrsula Kur17 күн мурун
    • The computers required for the Apollo missions were perfectly adequate for the task. What most people don’t know is that the Apollo CM/SM was almost always data-linked to mission control and the big mainframe computers there. The only time they weren’t was when they went behind the moon and lost communication. If you take the time to do some proper research, you would find that every single supposed bit of evidence brought up about alleged proof regarding hoaxing the Apollo landings have been debunked over the years. Most of it with relative ease because the supposed proof is usually based on poor knowledge of the particular subject involved. Meanwhile, there’s all kinds of irrefutable proof which has been accessible to scientists and aerospace engineers for the last 50+ years who have never found anything that might suggest the landings were faked. Here’s some of it: --> There's the live TV coverage that would have to somehow convincingly fake 1/6th G movement in a vacuum, Google "Irrefutable Proof for Moon Landing - Lunar Gravity" and ask yourself why experts in the field of kinematics for 50 years have never come forward with proof that the astronauts are not in an environment that they say they are. There's also the fact that any attempts to do filmed mockups of the eva's on Earth would have to be passed off as live TV broadcasts which would have to fool telecommunications experts around the world. Google "Moon Hoax Not" and "For Jarrah" to get a better understanding of how much would be involved to pull that off and how the filming technology back then was simply incapable of such a thing. -> There's all the moon rock and core samples that would have to somehow be able to pass scrutiny with geologists who can readily spot whether it's something that has passed through our atmosphere or not. Google "How do we know that rock came from the moon?" -> NASA has made these samples available to scientists from around the world and every year 500-1000 samples are sent out. Google: "NASA lunar sample request" -> There's the Apollo 16 UV telescope images that no astronomer from around the world in 50 years has ever found fault with. Google "onebigmonkey apollo 16 UV telescope" -> Another thing that astronomers would be able to spot are pictures of the Earth that don't match what they should look like. Google "Apollo 11 Earthrise - How One Photo Proves it was Real" for an example. -> Another one to google is "Apollo 11: Fingerprints in Deep Space" that shows obvious handheld TV footage from the Apollo 11 CM looking at Earth from far enough away that they are clearly beyond the VAB's. -> Then there are the LOR images. Lots of hoax believer nonsense about them being faked but the transmittal data for them can be downloaded by anybody with a computer and so far, nobody has proven anything about them being faked. Ask yourself why a smoking gun like that wouldn't have been scrutinized by people with the required computer science expertise?? -> Here's something else you might not know. Apollo 12 landed close enough to Surveyor 3 that Conrad & Bean were able to do an Eva to it and removed the camera and sampler scoop from it to be returned back to Earth. They wanted to see what the harmful conditions of the moon had done to those parts after 2.5 years: Google "Analysis of Surveyor 3 Material ad photographs returned by Apollo 12" -> 5 plutonium-238 powered ALSEP's were left behind that transmitted data from the experiments back to Earth right up till 1977. Unfortunately, due to budget constraints, they were shut down but they did send back enough information that storage of it became a real problem as detailed in this article: Google "the-long-road-to-alsep-data-recovery" -> Starting with Apollo 13, they purposely directed the spent S-IVB's to crash into the moon so that the Apollo 12 seismograph could record the seismic waves generated to help determine the moon's crustal structure and makeup. Of course, as each successful mission added another ALSEP, they were able to expand on the info derived from these man-made impacts. They also did the same with the lunar module ascent stages. The Apollo 16 LM ascent stage data isn't shown because of difficulties during the de-orbit phase. They were able to derive a lot of info from these artificial impacts. Google "The Description of Apollo Seismic Experiments darts" -> Another great site to check out has some pretty thorough crater analyzing to prove the landings happened. You can check out all six of the landings this way: Google "onebigmonkey apollo sights landing" Are you starting to understand the magnitude of what would be involved to pull a hoax like this off? Never mind keeping it from being exposed? I suggest you also take the time to read through the 93-page pdf titled "NASA’s Recommendations to Space-Faring Entities: How to Protect and Preserve the Historic and Scientific Value of U.S. Government Lunar Artifacts". There is lots of nonsense from hoax believers that the USA is trying to make the Apollo sites inaccessible which is ridiculous seeing as these are only recommendations designed to limit harmful effects of spacecraft landing too close or the altitude of hopper type craft flying at too low of an altitude. The fact is, the USA has no issue at all with visits to the sites by manned or unmanned means. They do request the Apollo 11 and 17 sites are accorded with the proper respect due to the obvious historic value. Also, there is an Appendix B in the pdf that gives a lot of recommendations from NASA as to what type of investigations at the Apollo sites would be most beneficial for scientific purposes. Now does this seem like the type of behavior for a country that supposedly faked all of this?? As I said, irrefutable proof that has withstood scrutiny by the relevant experts from around the world in all the specialties involved for 50 years which in my book proves beyond a doubt that the landings happened just the way they were documented 50+ years ago and which easily trumps supposed proof that this was all faked but that same supposed proof doesn't stand up long to scrutiny

      mako88sbmako88sb17 күн мурун
  • Please do JFK. I always thought there was a cover up!

    tookymaxtookymax17 күн мурун
  • Ron Howard always aims pretty low. Would love to have seen this movie in the hands of a better director.

    Douglas RosienDouglas Rosien17 күн мурун
  • Beethoven's moonlight sonata, nice choice :)

    LuisLuis18 күн мурун
  • Senator: "The people in my state want to know why we're continuing to fund these missions now that we beat the Russians to the moon." I hate people like that. It's because of people like him that the U.S. lost the space program for a decade after the last shuttle mission. Thank goodness for Elon Musk and SpaceX. Say what you will about him, but he brought the space program back to the U.S.

    MAnuscript421MAnuscript42119 күн мурун
    • Sadly, that's over now Hope Musk leaves that s... hole will become and goes somewhere else

      Hamphield D. PhoenixHamphield D. Phoenix7 күн мурун
  • the ending with clair de lune was a nice touch

    Jennifer SunJennifer Sun19 күн мурун
  • Very well edited and informative......good job

    Jennifer SunJennifer Sun19 күн мурун
  • jules verne was a genius

    Jennifer SunJennifer Sun19 күн мурун
  • Russia sleeps under an American moon.

    Jason BensonJason Benson20 күн мурун
  • Such an incredible story. You’d think that it was entirely fabricated by Hollywood

    Zachery JamesZachery James21 күн мурун
  • “The folks at NASA aren’t exactly a superstitious bunch” STS-41B - STS-26: allow us to introduce ourselves

    Benjamin ArayaBenjamin Araya21 күн мурун
    • @Enigma Mike Mullane actually discussed this extensively in his book "Riding Rockets" in which an actual nasa decision was to scrap the number sequence of ascending numbers and go with a different scheme. The first number, in this case “4”, represented the fiscal year in which the Shuttle launched; in this case, 1984. The second number, in this case “1,” was originally intended to designate from which location the Shuttle would launch. A number “1” would stand for Kennedy Space Center and a number “2” (although it was never used) would have denoted Vandenberg Air Force Base (AFB). Finally, the letter in the designation marked the Shuttle’s launch sequence for that fiscal year - “B” in this case denoting that it was the second planned launch for Fiscal Year 1984. However, due to the coincidence of sts 41B being the 9th one and a well known fact that they were avoiding all use of the number 13, this was seen as them hiding superstition behind official launch details. They were constructing a shuttle launch facility in Vandenburg though. That was Vandenberg Space Launch Complex 6

      Storms and SaugeyeStorms and Saugeye17 күн мурун
    • Explain please?

      EnigmaEnigma17 күн мурун
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    Leslie MyersLeslie Myers22 күн мурун
  • 1:44 Super awesome?? Oh my God. Did he really say that??

    Jon JonJon Jon23 күн мурун
  • Wow, I didn't know that von Brauns' English was this good!

    Jay OhlroggeJay Ohlrogge23 күн мурун
  • great stuff

    Peephole CircusPeephole Circus23 күн мурун
  • cmon 28:52 IS amazing

    Daniel de JagerDaniel de Jager23 күн мурун
  • The burn to correct the delta_v is also wrong unfortunately. They point towards the earth instead of perpendicular to the earth.

    jceepfjceepf24 күн мурун
  • After the end of WW2 the US had the WORST NAZIS as their BEST friends ...( von Braun ,Gehlen and MANY others protected by CIA war criminals)There was instant mutual LOVE between them !! That's WHY they're supporting the Neo Nazis in Ukraine ..... "Truth exists; only lies are invented."

    • @Blunt .Cabbage The difference is that the Nazi criminals were eliminated ,war prisoners were rebuilding what they destroyed and captured scientists NEVER were allowed to leave Russian borders and AFTER doing their work they all DIED in GULAGS ! On contrary protected by CIA Nazis were allowed after receiving US citizenship to live NORMAL and HAPPY lives !!

      APCOPILOTAPCOPILOT23 күн мурун
    • Just checking in to make sure you understand that both the USSR and US pardoned actual Nazis to further their aims in the Space Race. The US isn't the only one guilty of it. What's more, without them and their previous experience using rockets, it's unlikely humans would have landed on the moon before the 1970s. Then again, I expect someone like you to revert to the good old "That's just propaganda! The dern CIA is just brainwashing you!!!!11!" without thought.

      Blunt .CabbageBlunt .Cabbage23 күн мурун
  • Yea ... I myself don't like it much when they stretch the truth when they're doing a movie on historical events. So I just thought of a solution for that. Break-in stating for your enjoyment where adding some drama. Then after the drama is over, break-in stating this is what really happened ... etc.

    Wapper JawWapper Jaw24 күн мурун
    • That completely ruins the flow of a movie... an aspect that is considered extremely important from a storytelling perspective. The more realistic option is for the viewer to understand that it is a _movie,_ whose primary purpose is to _entertain_ regardless of historical accuracies. This has been established for decades.

      Blunt .CabbageBlunt .Cabbage23 күн мурун
  • I realize this is over a year old but I would like to point out an inaccuracy. Around the 46:04 point you say that NASA let the film crew use their KC-135. First NASA did not let them use the "Vomit Comet" the film company had to pay for those flying hours. Second it is not a KC-135 it is a C-135A, no refueling boom and associated parts and pieces. Next is that picture! A C-135 of any version has four engines two on each wing not two aft mounted engines. The C-135 of any version does not have a T-tail. come with the amount of research you do on these videos and you make a major error like that?

    Tanker TomTanker Tom25 күн мурун
  • "Literally bleeds out of the screen"? English buffs would like a word...

    RichoRosaiRichoRosai26 күн мурун
  • I'm late to the party, but this is my first time watching anything on your channel (pretty much stumbled over it) but this video was really good. Thanks for this, instant subscription to channel.

    WolfricLupusWolfricLupus26 күн мурун
  • N932NA is a DC-9, not a KC-135. The DC is used also for Zero G training by NASA, but the 135 is used for the filming.

    Bryan ButtonBryan Button27 күн мурун
  • Ron Howard really messed with the history of Apollo 13. Even the actors said they were uncomfortable with and spoke up to Howard about his revisionism and melodrama.

    Nature and PhysicsNature and Physics27 күн мурун
    • @Storms and Saugeye It was not minor when the actors told Howard he was bullshitting.

      Nature and PhysicsNature and Physics13 күн мурун
    • @Nature and Physics Well, like I said, that was such a minor issue and I personally can understand why they did it. Just like how I can forgive the snap that Gene Kranz had on Lunny and lowe. I'm not saying it's right. But it's understandable why they did that.

      Storms and SaugeyeStorms and Saugeye14 күн мурун
    • @Storms and Saugeye There was no bellyaching and blame-game aboard Apollo 13 after the spacecraft accident. It was wrong of Howard to portray there was.

      Nature and PhysicsNature and Physics14 күн мурун
    • @Nature and Physics well kind of. Hanks exerted some control so that the intent of the scene was as dialed in as possible so that it was an acceptable bend. In the end, I actually like that we are quibbling about whether or not a small amount of dramatic license to convey mood, tension, stress, and so on, that amounted to like 2 and a half minutes was too much and wasn't as accurate to the events that transpired rather than entire premises of the movie. It shows that the movie was so dead on that the concerns we have are minor.

      Storms and SaugeyeStorms and Saugeye17 күн мурун
    • @Storms and Saugeye Not only that. The actors spoke up to Howard about his false portrayal of astronaut in-fighting during the aborted mission.

      Nature and PhysicsNature and Physics17 күн мурун
  • Eine große Doku über eine große Zeit. Herzlichen Dank!

    Habibi46611Habibi4661127 күн мурун
  • This is like xbox360 vs ps3. The Russians are the Xbox 360 while the Americans are the ps3. In the biggening the Xbox was winning but after lack of support from the company the ps3 came in and beat them right before the ps4 was realised

    FBIFBI27 күн мурун
  • In fact Ilike this review more than the movie itself

    Master TomMaster Tom28 күн мурун
  • 16:35 i always cringe when people call it "the dark side of the moon"

    solidus4prezsolidus4prez28 күн мурун
    • I overheard a dad telling his kid the phases of the Moon are Earth's shadow on it. I'm not crass to speak up to a dude and his kid but I hope that kid learns real info someday.

      Nature and PhysicsNature and Physics27 күн мурун
  • Did the dude at 5:23 just get shot point blank by his own artillery lmao

    Foggot _Foggot _28 күн мурун
  • Very well presented, History Buff: succinct, accurate and thorough!

    Lewis BeckLewis Beck29 күн мурун
  • I was born in 1990 so didn't get to see any of these amazing things, I'm SO glad we're having a space renaissance now though and we get to see firsts like Crew Dragon and Starship after lots of years of nothing.

    Garage FlowerGarage FlowerАй мурун
  • 15:56 That's a New Zealander, Sir William Pickering, on the left hand end of the model :-)

    KiwiShamooKiwiShamooАй мурун
  • You Sir can tell a story, goosbumps garanteed

    IntensoX22IntensoX22Ай мурун
  • The truth is even more heroic than the Hollywood fiction!

    James van der HoornJames van der HoornАй мурун
  • 24:10 How totally non inclusive of this cis white dude Why not step for people kind.... reeeeeeeeeeeeee

    Kanishq QuotesKanishq QuotesАй мурун
    • What

      George EdwardsGeorge EdwardsАй мурун
  • Naah humanity's greatest achievement was perfecting the internet. It eclipses the moon landing even tho that was a prestigious achievement sure.

    Jebu911Jebu911Ай мурун
    • @George Edwards Sure having better computers does help but its not like computers were made just to build ICBM:s

      Jebu911Jebu911Ай мурун
    • @Jebu911 no the apollo programmes advancements in computers and technology would probably have helped with internet development

      George EdwardsGeorge EdwardsАй мурун
    • @Parrham A Thats not even remotely true. Internet was designed by DARPA to increase military communications and it doesnt even need satellites to work. Hope you learned something new today.

      Jebu911Jebu911Ай мурун
    • There would be no internet without the Apollo missions

      Parrham AParrham AАй мурун
  • Outstanding review. Enjoyed it from beginning to end. Thanks!

    Bill RanieriBill RanieriАй мурун
  • These videos are amazing!

    TinCanSailor261TinCanSailor261Ай мурун
  • Of course they kept their cool, it's one of the reasons they were chosen to be astronauts.

    MiggsieMiggsieАй мурун
  • "The United states sleeps under a soviet moon" lol sick burn, too bad the quote aged like milk lmfao.

    CaptnBagginCaptnBagginАй мурун
  • ussr achieved every milestone , murica we went to moon so we won the race

    DevilikDevilikАй мурун
  • The r7 was actually WAYYY overpowered for just slapping a light beach ball into orbit.

    Jacob StoddardJacob StoddardАй мурун
  • Apollo 12 is not without hitches, it was struck by lightning.

    Melissa MarshMelissa MarshАй мурун
    • That's usually fine

      George EdwardsGeorge EdwardsАй мурун
  • jules verne was a time traveler.

    FarnanonicalFarnanonicalАй мурун
  • Wrong first statalite was a manhole that got blown In to space in a test

    Dead YellowDead YellowАй мурун
    • @Storms and Saugeye I know I did it as a *joke*

      Dead YellowDead Yellow17 күн мурун
    • Maybe. The fact is that nobody knows if that manhole actually survived intact. Certainly aerodynamic forces and the force of having a nuclear explosion under you puts doubts to that notion. The manhole example has always been a running joke about doing calculations on one aspect while ignoring the chaotic effects and systems which are in play and alter the nature of the equation.

      Storms and SaugeyeStorms and Saugeye17 күн мурун
    • Orbiting satellite

      George EdwardsGeorge EdwardsАй мурун
  • Image being one of the first humans to go to outer space. Only for after a few decades. Some Karens call you frauds and liars and say it was a hoax.

    Sean FordSean FordАй мурун
    • Eventually the Karens realize that they ran their mouths too much when the dude with the name of Buzz unironically falcon punches you and gets away with it.

      Storms and SaugeyeStorms and Saugeye17 күн мурун
    • Ikr

      George EdwardsGeorge EdwardsАй мурун
  • What is the hard work of the nation's greatest minds all desperate to return Apollo 13 home safely and what is miraculous?

    JD MillerJD MillerАй мурун
  • Holey moley, dude, nice vid! Keep em up!

    Victor BiasottiVictor BiasottiАй мурун
  • Sorry I am a bit late here, but can we just appreciate this piece of youtube art. Everything is great! Even the music, using ‘Claire De Lune’, meaning ‘moonlight’.

    DirkDirkАй мурун
  • Soviets: The United States sleeps under a Soviet moon. United States: Fine well go the THE Moon!

    MrCharles26MrCharles26Ай мурун
  • This was fantastic!! Your research and a real interested by what you crunched into a 30+ minute video.

    Johnson JamseJohnson JamseАй мурун
  • How did they survive with no power in -350 or -400 degree cold? 🥶

    Leon K.Leon K.Ай мурун
    • Also absolute zero is something like -275°C so anything lower than that is impossible to reach

      George EdwardsGeorge EdwardsАй мурун
    • It wasnt that cold

      George EdwardsGeorge EdwardsАй мурун
  • Public: 13 is unlucky Nasa: hOw aBoUt ThReE tHiRtEeNs?!?!?!?

    Jeremiah KiviJeremiah KiviАй мурун
  • Tiny nitpick but I can think of lots of ways that someone who has lived never saw the moon, the millions of children who died in infancy without leaving the indoors is what first comes to mind.

    Heather SyvillaHeather SyvillaАй мурун
    • Fair enough

      George EdwardsGeorge EdwardsАй мурун
  • Well, that'll be useful for my semester work on this movie

    Charles PoitrasCharles PoitrasАй мурун
  • Imagine living in Huntsville Alabama back then and suddenly you hear roaring like a wailing demon, then your windows are blown out. All because an asshole on the Arsenal wants to launch a giant soda can at the white rock in the sky 😂🤣

    Marcelle CookMarcelle CookАй мурун
    • They did all their launches at Canaveral and new mexico. The arsenal as it was called was merely the construction area for the redstones themselves. They were shipped off to army artillery locations and held on standby until needed.

      Storms and SaugeyeStorms and Saugeye17 күн мурун
  • I hope you do Munich at some point.

    Kaden OverstreetKaden OverstreetАй мурун
  • This was fantastic!! Your research and a real interested by what you crunched into a 30+ minute video.

    SUGE WHITE JacobySUGE WHITE JacobyАй мурун
  • Really love it... ! I love the pinball table!

    Henry 12 Solstice 21Henry 12 Solstice 21Ай мурун
  • Irony is talking about movie in accuracies when showing the KC 135 aircraft, picture is actually an MD 80.....

    maddog7171maddog7171Ай мурун
  • Yeah but the Earth is flat

    BearCat MBearCat MАй мурун
    • Then why can you walk arround It

      George EdwardsGeorge EdwardsАй мурун
  • "The United States sleeps under a Soviet Moon." DAMN.

    Devyn EscatellDevyn EscatellАй мурун
  • Roughly 70 percent of youtube commenters: "Hey, if I make a jokes in dialog format, it will be funny no matter what" The rest of internet: "No, actually, it isn't"

    keviinmachkeviinmachАй мурун
  • "We have to use a visual reference" "My God. You would need to be some kind of shit hot test pilot top gun ace type person to do that" "Oh that's literally all we brought"

    throwback19841throwback19841Ай мурун
    • "The United States sleeps under a Soviet Moon." DAMN.

      Devyn EscatellDevyn EscatellАй мурун
  • I will see you on the moon Kruschev, and by will, I mean won’t

    Blu The 939Blu The 939Ай мурун
  • I hate the way Jack Swigert was portrayed. Its my biggest gripe about this film. He was as competent as any CM pilot that went up. There must have been a better way to create tension.

    spokevspokevАй мурун
  • Do “Saving Mr. Banks”

    Joshua BestJoshua BestАй мурун
  • The luckiest thing with 13 is that nasa planned so much for random events that the problems they experienced were a lot simpler than what they had planned for

    TheNinthGenerationTheNinthGenerationАй мурун
  • Damn Forrest Gump has been in WW2 the Veitnam War and gone into Space? True hero

    GoatofMoominKinGoatofMoominKinАй мурун