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We’re at a really exciting time where the number of crewed vehicles going to the international space station will go from just one to three!. The Soyuz’s 8 year monopoly for getting humans to the ISS is coming to an end.
So today we’re going to take a deep dive on the two new spaceships that will be responsible for taking humans to and from the International Space Station from the United States. We’ll compare the Boeing Starliner riding an Atlas V rocket to SpaceX’s Crew Dragon on their Falcon 9 Rocket.
And to see how we’ve progressed in the world of human spaceflight, we’ll also compare all these systems along side Russia’s Soyuz capsule and the United State’s retired Space Shuttle in a side by side comparison.
We’ll look at the designs, the rockets they’ll ride, dimensions, cost, safety considerations, and any other unique features that each vehicle offers.
Considering I’ve been up close and personal with SpaceX’s Crew Dragon Capsule, and Boeing’s Starliner, I’ve got some good insight on some of these vehicles.
00:00 - Intro
02:22 - Boeing Starliner
10:15 - Dragon Capsule
18:59 - Side By Side Comparison
26:00 - Conclusion
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2 years later, we learned the biggest difference is that one of them actually works :)
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Great chanel. Soft and understand talking and finally subtitles which are very helpful if something is unclear by hearing. Keep going ✌️
YUL Aviation
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Correct me if I’m wrong but didn’t the dual engine centaur fly the last time on a atlas 2 and not a atlas 3?
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Vijay Visweswaran
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I like the crew dragon. It looks and flies like a 21st century space craft. The Strainer on the other hand already looks dated. And they came up with this for $4.8 million? That's just my opinion. However, competition is good to bring down prices and keep everyone innovating.
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soyus is the best it has flied so much.
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Comparing with the shuttle was quite wrong
Trystan Armstrong
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Launch control: there was an anamoly on fuel loading, were gonna move the crew access arm and get you guys out of there Me af: Nah, I wanna experience 14 G's I'm using Dracos *hits abort button*
Shreyas Gupta
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What if the centaur is separated, how will the CST100 make an abort?
Peter Boyle's
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How they differ? One works
Mars
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I cheer on both SpaceX and Boeing. Good luck! Can’t wait to see the second Starliner flight test.
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I'm from the future and spacex launch crew first....
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Boeing needs to stick to planes not space
Matias Bahamondes
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Tim, do you have heterochromia? It looks like it
Joey Harper
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Awesome Video!
Mike Barber
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I like the look of the Boeing better. Space x is just odd looking on the outside, the interior is nice.
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Peter Boyle's
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We will never know if starliner would work. Main astronaut opted out
Peter Boyle's
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Soyuz and crew dragon. Who's the third??
Nathan
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You might notice in your infographic that the aerodynamic profile of the OST is considerably broader than the nose trajectory angle...
Salty Pirate
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How do they compare? One is a tangible, working, fact of reality and hard work and the product of someone putting their own money on the line. The other is a museum mock-up, a Peter Pan fiction created to fleece the taxpayers and make senators and Boeing rich. One has been to space and done the job it was created and hired to do; a shining example of true capitalism. The other is a farce, a piece of junk that is a shining example of plutocracy and corruption. How do they compare? Not favorably.
JT Plona
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Technically, the Space Shuttle could carry 11 astronauts on descent. This would have been the case for an STS-3xx or STS-400 mission to rescue the crew of a damaged shuttle.
J John
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Well done!
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пуск ракеты союз для бюджета РФ, вместе с изготовлением корабля и ракеты стоит чуть больше 80 млн долларов (информация с официального портала "госзакупки")
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Well, Dragon works and is reliable.
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Shuttle was the most beautiful
SN9
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No, it was way too expensive, took 8 months to refurbish, and had no abort system
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Correction: How SpaceX did get astronauts to the ISS and Boeing hasn't | and here's how to
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Nasa and Boeing called Elon Space Karen.
SFS Galactic
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Sexy spaceship?
MADHAV DADHICHI
MADHAV DADHICHI Pirms Mēneša
Not fare for the falcon 9 they have done more than 100 flights :(
Tin Man
Tin Man Pirms Mēneša
Crew Dragon vs Starliner? Well let me simplify this for you, one actually functions and is designed to ferry astronauts to orbit, the other is jobs program and bailout for Boeing.
Kerbal X
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The only thing I need to know does starliner and dragon have WiFi?
Robert Wren
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This was a great education for me. Thank you very much. I haven't been following NASA as much after they retired the Space Shuttle, but your video's have brought back much of the excitement again. I'm a product of the race to the Moon, so this seems really so much cooler. Space X has nailed the spacey new look of a modern day capsule.
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Yaxin Dong
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4:40 I think they should have called a hazmat crew instead of Fire and Rescue Boeing Starliner failed before. Let’s be true. SpaceX is 100 times better than Boeing. Who agrees? ⬇️
Raptor Engine
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I don’t agree with the hazmat suit thing cause when said and done, I think that Starliner will be not as successful as dragon but will be successful, but yes, dragon SpaceX is 100x better than Boeing.
Usha Patel
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2:08 bob Behnken training for star liner
Andy Spark
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Wonder why Boeing was awarded more gov money than spacex?
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Now one year later, Crew Dragon has performed brilliantly. Starliner failed spectacularly in tests.
Aristofanis Bogias
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For some reason i found Soyuz magestic and i was a bit sad when the C.C.P. was anounsed
sniper666hell
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How do they compare? Dragon = works Starliner = doesn’t work
theuncalledfor
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As is shown by the fact that Starliner hasn't flown since the last test flight well over a year ago (unless I somehow missed it), and Dragon has already carried out one successful non-test crewed mission (unless I missed a second one).
Gary Margolus
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PLEASE ASK ELON RE AVRO ARROW: Gary Margolus The concurrent development of the plane and how to manufacture it (ie: no hand built prototypes) reminds you, wait does me, on how Soon Musk operates creating his spacecraft and vehicles today,maybe Mr Musk could be asked if he took some inspiration from AVRO and the design a/ development of the Arrow? Second, at worst, the Arrow has been described as average with planes of the day. Well, that was the first prototype. Ask Mr Musk if his first Merlin or raptor engine didn't evolve in specification as Judy were optimised over time? That's a luxury the Arrow was not given, and I say, what if it was optimized, then compared to aircraft then all the way supply until now? 1 second ago 1 second ago
Hamburger Hamburger
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When you realize there hasn’t been a crewed Atlas launch since Mercury-Atlas *wait what*
Scott Tenn
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How much tax-payer money does Elon get? Does anybody know?
Adam Řežábek
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don know rn. But should be easy to find. F9 flown 100 times. Let's assume halfnof it is for state (and half is commercial/internal starlink). State customer usually get price around 100 MUSD per flight. So it is roughly 10 GUSD. But they also got some money for development, so let's double it. I guess 20 bilions of USD seems like realistic estimate P.S. Don't count any money Tesla got, since i don't know and it is on stock market
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4:45 notice how his eyes are diferent colors?
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Why not use falcon heavy to launch rovers
Adam Řežábek
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Do you mean to Mars? There are 2 reasons: 1)it is not tested enough. Mars rover is super expansive, so buying Delta IV heavy insted of Falcon Heavy is no big difference, but Delta I. heavy has flown more times 2) capability. Falcon Heavy has upper stage from rocket literally 3 times smaller (f9), so it has low capability to high orbit/other planets. Falcon heavy is kinq when it came to putting huge payload to LEO, but on Geostacionary orbit, delta iv heavy is more capable.
Mike Schwab
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The Space Shuttle only visited for 2 weeks or less, so the Soyuz was a monopoly since inception.
Some Random Dev
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I must say that soyuz was designed a LOT earlier, so it's small volume and uncomfortable space are normal
david pufnić
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The fact atlas v rocket uses old soviet engines.
Roberto Mburano
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Amazing comparison/ analysis 👍🏽🚀🛰️🪐✨
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Nasa is racist they don’t like noses
SN9
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what did I even read
Berk 69
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@Benji you never had one
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Milton Miller
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How they compare? Simple: One works, the other maybe one day perhaps will work hopefully.
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Karol Nidecki
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Did you all know that Americans always flew on Soyuz to ISS because Shuttle only docked for ~10 days? And that Russians always flew on Space Shuttle even to the Russian Space Station Mir?
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The dragon is definitely the best. Not only is it significantly cheaper to launch, considering that the Falcon 9 is half-reusable, but also its more proven, as when Im writing this, it has launched a total of 6 people, (Demo-2 and Crew-1). I might change my mind once the Atlas finally launches, but I really dont think so.
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mike19_20
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I would feel much safer getting into a rocket with no fuel and then being in the capsule where I know I can get away fast them standing next to a rocket with tons of fuel waiting to go.
klemens d
klemens d Pirms 2 Mēnešiem
how do they compare? well... one works and the other doesn't!
Miles Wilhelm
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Love this. Thanks to you and your team for putting these vids together!
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Boeing: Nah... spaceX: YAaaaa...
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lol yall saying whos here after splash down and launch, whos here after SN8 STARSHIP successful flight
Psibug
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This looks like an easily answered question. How will SpaceX and Boeing get to the ISS. Simple SpaceX by using their flight tested Dragon Space Ship. Boeing won’t get to the ISS, at least for the foreseeable future. Star Liner is over priced and Boeing lacked motivation to get the job done. While they try to get old tech to work SpaceX is developing Starship.
David Kepke
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SpaceX winning by all metrics, but lets not be cocky about space flight. Overconfidence causes accidents.
Peter Walker
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Spacex is way ahead of the competition
Rich B
Rich B Pirms 3 Mēnešiem
This entire video is wrong! Boeing gets to the space station using SpaceX’s Falcon 9 and the crew Dragon, at least for the next 6 months to year! 🤣
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William Mulreed
William Mulreed Pirms 3 Mēnešiem
Will the cargo dragon 2 missions ever do a RTLS landing or nor?
Jacob LF
Jacob LF Pirms 3 Mēnešiem
The Cargo Dragon2 can't RTLS because it doesn't have SuperDraco landing rocket motors. Because there's no crew, they don't need them and have saved the weight and space for more cargo. It's possible that with a mostly empty CD2 the Falcon9 1st stage booster could RTLS.
Pierre Blaise
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One works the other cant read a clock
Shiv757
Shiv757 Pirms 3 Mēnešiem
Awesome information . Incredible effort Todd. Thanks a ton. U have ignited the passion of space travel in me . I am loving it
M J
M J Pirms 3 Mēnešiem
I’ll save you the time: Dragon works and Starliner doesn’t....
Matěj Marosz
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Yeah, and atlas and starliner look dated already, compared to spacex and and its semifuturistic Dragon and falcon
Jonahs Gang
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I can’t argue with that
EmeraldStudiosYT
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Yep true
Lucas The unlucky boy
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Huh i've seen the crew-1 docking at the space station, i've got kinda emotive It was beautiful and reminded me of Star Wars scape pod, but at reverse lol
The Survivalist
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We seriously need ships like the Outlaw Star!
pi_maaster1337
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22:58 nice
Sara Adamsds
Sara Adamsds Pirms 3 Mēnešiem
The cockpit of the Boeing Starliner is just like Boeing’s aircraft. Complicated
Antonio Palmero
Antonio Palmero Pirms 3 Mēnešiem
Why don’t spacecraft slow down more before re-entry thus reducing the excessive heat and risk of overheating/ burning up on re- entry.?
Max
Max Pirms 3 Mēnešiem
You would have to carry more fuel because the fuel u have is used for deorbiting. More fuel means more weight. Additionally slowing down via the atmosphere is way more efficient.
Patrick Charest
Patrick Charest Pirms 3 Mēnešiem
oof gonna be close
MSgt Baca
MSgt Baca Pirms 3 Mēnešiem
Blue Origin?
MSgt Baca
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@Jan Incorrect, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin space is among 17 companies that have struck deals with NASA to develop new space missions.
Jan
Jan Pirms 3 Mēnešiem
They are rich they dont need nasa contract to develop.
Mr. Pig
Mr. Pig Pirms 3 Mēnešiem
Well, One makes trips to the ISS and one makes money for a corrupt company.
David Tekaat
David Tekaat Pirms 3 Mēnešiem
I have looked at a lot of videos about colonizing the moon & Mars. And I haven't found any with my same ideas. I think we should set up a moon colony on earth. We should have inflatable domes, which we cover with 3D printers with simulated moon mortar. The domes should be connected to each other by inflatable tunnels covered with simulated moon mortar. There should be living quarters, hydroponic green houses, gardens with garden soil for recreational gardening, a 5 acre pasture with one inch of garden soil and one inch of grass turf, a park with artificial turf and with small sections of real grass turf, and maybe even a very small zoo. All the domes will have plastic floors so no water is lost. Condensation forming on the ceilings will be drained into the water supply. All the domes will be blown up with compressed air from earth and will have a refresh system, which will refresh the air and maintain the air pressure. Humidity, Temperature will be maintained by humidifiers, heaters, fans and coolers. Light will be provided by multi-color LEDs, mostly white. Power will be supplied at first by solar power, and later by nuclear or fusion power. All water will be re-cycled, almost zero loss of water. There will be a bull, a cow, two sheep, and two goats, two chickens, two turkeys, two fish, and two rabbits. There will also be pets, two dogs, two cats, two bunnies, etc. (and maybe a small zoo) All of this will be set up by astronauts and robots before the colonist arrive. The first colonist will be 5 fathers and 5 mothers, and 90 babies. The parents will be good parents, gardeners, farmers, zoo keepers, teachers, etc.. During the first two years an exact duplicate facility will be built on the moon. When the babies are two years old, they will move to the moon and live on the moon. Or if it is proven that they will be too young to travel to the moon than the facility on earth will be added to, to accommodate 10 more parents and 90 more babies. The two year olds would move into the new addition. Every two years the facility will be either added to, or 100 people will move to the moon. This plan will allow the kids to grow up in the isolation of the colony, and will make it easier for them to live in the isolation of the colony on the moon. And will allow them to grow up on the moon and be better able to adjust to the lower gravity on the moon, although some artificial gravity maybe eventually provided. This artificial gravity will especially be good for the parents. The kids will have everything in the facility to keep them occupied and entertained. Also they could have some books, movies, games, etc., especially adapted for them, being careful not to give them anything that would make them feel isolated. After 20 years there could be 2000 people living on the moon, most of whom grew up on the moon. This program could be speeded up so in 20 years there could be 4000, 6000, or 8000 people living on the moon. This program could be simultaneously done to colonize Mars so we could have 2000 people on the Moon and Mars at the same time. For the moon we could send supplies every month, but for Mars we could only send supplies every 26 months. So I suggest we send 10, 20, or 30 rockets to Mars every 26 months all at the same time. We could have several refueling stations along the way to mars and orbiting mars so rockets could refuel along the way to mars and right before landing on mars so the empty rocket would have enough fuel to take off again, refuel in space and return to Earth. Eventually the colonist could grow trees, bamboo, and other plants for raw materials that could be used for making things. Eventually the moon and Mars could export minerals or small expensive items that were assembled on the moon or Mars, like jewelry, iphones, iwatches, etc. Or grown on the moon like caviar, marijuana, etc. What do you think ? :-)
Loris Martino Perfetto
Loris Martino Perfetto Pirms 3 Mēnešiem
The atlas 5 is pretty amazing
Creative 8D
Creative 8D Pirms 3 Mēnešiem
I want boeing build a *H U G E* trampoline and launch some one to space
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