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"The Sleepy Hamsters" Dibs on that for a band name:-)
Ok, this is epic
58 people hate the future.
now we've got plants sending that thirsty late night text too now lol
I need that workout chair right now. I could get ripped just by watching PBS Space Time in my NASA approved vibrating workout chair.
This is why the US Government should increase NASA's budget.
NASA's annual budget is only US$18b while the military budget is 600b
Wasn’t WD-40 developed by NASA?
obvious plug for an app is obvious
Stop sending nerds and send certified mechanics
Nasa budget 20 billion a year. U.s Zionist wars budget 700 billion a year
The Sleep Genius App is terrible, bad advice or example. Also many of the things mentioned in this video had nothing to do with being produced by NASA. Terrible video PBS.
It’s not an American NASA-related invention, but Japan has its own space program and has sent astronauts on both American and Russian rockets into space. One invention developed for the Japanese space program (currently known as JAXA) was instant ramen noodles – just add water and you have soup. Nowadays you can get instant ramen in any supermarket, anywhere in the world, and it is even sold at most convenience stores.
Bone density loss could be from more than just low gravity. Bone needs calcium, magnesium and certain hormones to remain strong and to remodel. The issue might be very low vitamin D from sunlight, which converts cholesterol into multiple necessary hormones. Magnesium is found in green leafy vegetables, which are in short supply in space at this time. And vitamin K which is made by bacteria in fermented foods, which are probably also in low supply in space, since most of their foods are packaged and preserved in som way, all of which inhibits these bacteria. And coupled with long term exposure to radiation from space, the body might need extra help to maintain strength. The ships and stations should have finely ground crystals imbedded in the outer hull to shield the occupants.
invest in a thicker shirt
It's a shame NASA has to keep pointing out that they're doing actual R&D and not just making pretty/cool space pictures.
It's also a shame that every other branch of government has to do the same, lest Republicans mock them for "studying the mating habits of field mice" and such.
It infuriates me when people say NASA is a waste of money. NASA has been consistently one of the best investments this country ever made…
very interesting and informative video
this is 2years old, we need an update!
The power of government funded technology
How is "all women crew may have unknown risks" an argument? Why was this risk not considered when all men crew were being sent all this time?
1:44 – "Another spinoff: Sleepy Hamsters(tm)"
Shut up and take my money, NASA!
I chose the bottle over the boob
'Hey dude! I need water, I'm dying!'
I'm 14 seconds into the show. "If you were born after the 1990's …" Wasn't Tang a spinoff of NASA? I drank that in 1975 or so. Love the show BTW. Oh. I'm wrong. "General Foods developed Tang in 1957, and it has been on supermarket shelves since 1959. In 1962, when astronaut John Glenn performed eating experiments in orbit, Tang was selected for the menu, launching the powdered drink's heightened public awareness." — NASA web site.
Long term flights like Mars should include porn-watching "facilities"
I really liked this person talking.
I say Fuckyou nasa if you helping Hyde duty secrets like mind control tecnology waves. electronic harrasment.you just another babe killer
can you learn to talk slower:-)
+PBS Space Time, good video but;@3:10 It's not "dampening" it's damping.&@3:30 It's not "dampeners" it's dampers.Dampening is something you would do to a cloth.
Atlas Copco… That's the brand of the tool held in the picture of the prototype robo glove.
Slow this dude down! Listening to him wears out a person. Thanks for the effort though.
for those people who think space exploration is a waste of time
in wall-e when theres fat people in these flying chairs how about making fly exercising chairs, now humanity's future is brighter
That sleeping hamster in a container picture was kind of disturbing.
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