International Space Station Tour on Earth (1g) - Smarter Every Day 141

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  • Published on:  Thursday, September 10, 2015
  • Goal: A simple, elegant tour of the Space Station that makes sense to Earth Bound Humans.Scott reads tweets on the ISS! Tweet him and see if he replies! out his Instagram: ⇊⇊⇊⇊ More info Below ⇊⇊⇊⇊⇊Patreon support link: Links:1:35 – On Orbit Tour of Russian Segments – Tour Node 1 on orbit – See Space Station Cupola on orbit. – Smarter Every Day Cupola Video – Working out on the Space Station – Space Station Bathroom tour – Life support system on Station. (Pee into water) – See the Airlock on orbit & Spacewalk Prep – Science in the GloveBox – See the -80 deg Freezer Video on Orbit – Go to orbit and see Robonaut’s first movement – See Visiting Vehicle Hatch Opening on Orbit – WATCH THIS VIDEO of Scott explaining his sleeping quarters. (One of my favorites) 8:13 – Click here to see how much equipment is in Columbus on orbit. – Click to watch how they Draw Blood in Microgravity – Fish in Space – Changing out an Instrumentation rack on Station. – JPM Airlock Operation on Orbit snapchat username is "ilikerockets"Please consider following Scott on both Instagram and Twitter. This will probably be NASA's measure of how successful working with Smarter Every Day is. ISS Research while he's on orbit: special thanks to Scott Kelly thread on Reddit: ideas to me @SmarterEveryDayAwesome video game style Radar animations by: the official NASA Space Station Tour: little behind the scenes for this video, early on animating that little mini map Eisen my animator discovered even small errors were very noticeable and distracted from the tour if the map wasn't reflecting reality within a few degrees. Animating anything for 10 minutes is a big deal so instead of trial and error, he put what he knew about the rules of perspective and made this grid system to line things up, all to make the dots on that map in the corner work like you'd expect them to.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Tweet ideas to me @SmarterEveryDayInstead of saving for my kids' college, I make videos using the money I would have saved.The thought is it will help educate the world as a whole, and one day generate enough revenue to pay for their education. Until then if you appreciate what you've learned in this video and the effort that went in to it, please SHARE THE VIDEO!If you REALLY liked it, feel free to pitch a few dollars towards their college fund by clicking here: Regards,Destin


  • Ionic woodsman
    Ionic woodsman  3 years ago +557

    So, basically, the Cupola is right next to the...Poopola                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        I'll leave now.

  • Pet Rock's Garage
    Pet Rock's Garage  3 years ago +360

    That map was very cool. Made the video so much better IMO.

  • Chiyo
    Chiyo  3 years ago +481

    "We have a lot of science racks" "We do a lot of the US science in here" I find it somehow amusing how he just refers to it as "science". This is how I imagine a typical conversation goes: Astronaut 1: "What are you doing?" Astronaut 2: "Oh, I'm just doing some science. While you're here, do you mind handing me one of those science samples?"

  • George Ross-Roberts
    George Ross-Roberts  2 years ago +48

    Dangerous drinking game with a friend: One person takes a shot when Destin says 'got it' and the other takes a shot when Scott says 'science'

  • minevira
    minevira  3 years ago +369

    that was some pretty animation good job to whoever the animator was

  • SmarterEveryDay
    SmarterEveryDay  3 years ago +749

    Keep watching. Even better things coming soon.

  • Lupin_x3
    Lupin_x3  3 years ago +167

    Let me get this straight: They are breathing pee-air?

  • TheBestLettuce
    TheBestLettuce  6 months ago +7

    Imagine if everyone described things like astronauts describe "science"
    "Where are you going?"
    "Eating area."
    "Uh, what are you going to get?"
    "Eating materials."

  • San Coca
    San Coca  3 years ago +86

    Destin. There is no such thing as a dumb question...

  • merlinthegray
    merlinthegray  2 years ago +27

    I've been watching so many ISS videos lately that it was really disorienting to see someone walking normally in the ISS (even though it's weird cardboard...)

  • Brandon Gotay
    Brandon Gotay  3 years ago +158

    This is my favorite educational channel on youtube.

  • austin h
    austin h  3 years ago +73

    how do they maintain internet connection with the ground most of the time?

  • MtpIntros
    MtpIntros  3 years ago +21

    "Got it"

  • Jae
    Jae  2 years ago +7

    Hmm so they have internet connection in space huh

  • -NeXus -
    -NeXus -  3 years ago +19

    When he shows where people sleep I thought of Bender in Futurama because that's literally the room he sleeps in lol

  • What's Inside?
    What's Inside?  3 years ago +13

    3:39 was the mind warping moment for me. So amazing to imagine the different orientations of astronauts. My 9 yr old son and I toured a space museum in Seattle yesterday and that learning from your video helped me explain space better to him. Thank you!!

  • Andy Besbrode
    Andy Besbrode  3 years ago +11

    I wonder how weird it was for Scott to physically walk through the ISS.

  • Harry c
    Harry c  3 years ago +57

    Would be better if the annotations would open a new tab :l

  • Nathan Brits
    Nathan Brits  3 months ago +1

    I felt like a kid watching this. I want to be an astronaught again.

  • Илья Найдов
    Илья Найдов  3 years ago +73

    It looks so small now...