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Everyday Astronaut
Everyday Astronaut
Everyday Astronaut
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Rocket science. A term we all use to describe something incredibly difficult. Trying to grasp all of the concepts involved in rocket science can be incredibly intimidating.

My name’s Tim Dodd but I'm better known as the Everyday Astronaut. Recently I fell head over heals in love with spaceflight. My appreciation and curiosity for the subject grew into an obsession. Before you knew it, all I wanted to do was learn more and more. And the more I learned, the more I wanted to share what was making me so excited.

But as someone who dropped out of college and has no technical background or degree… I really felt unqualified for the job of explaining rocket science to anyone. But the fact of the matter is, if I can learn this stuff, anyone can.

Rocket science is awesome, and you don’t need to be a rocket scientist to be excited.

Everyday Astronaut. Bringing space down to Earth for everyday people.
Watch SpaceX launch Starship SN9!
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Best Space Moments of 2020!!!
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James Hewitt
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WTF insulting. you'll never be 1% of the legend Walter Cronkite. Shame on you
gianluca
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no frickin way
peapoa gaming
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That doesn't count when the sn10 blew up right? Cus the team was afk
Little Tee
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I would pay to be launched to the moon by SLS. SpaceX would have to pay me.
ryan.
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Yes.
Jordan Larson
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Would love to see this happen.
BLUEFLAME 351
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‘As close to flight hardware as I’m probably ever going to get’ - and now in 2021 he’s applying to fly on Starship... How times change!
free juice
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what happened to this guy
Jeremy Dyar
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Try shaving
Jobenco
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Name of the first rocket to fly daily? New Tim?
Hiddenself
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Get Tim to the Moon!
Navigator
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In 1967 , Soviet made 27 pcs of RD-270 and was tested it 27 time ( some of them even 3 time) so it is almost same number of Raptor engines...some 50 years after !
ENCRYPT3D
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OMG your nearly to 1 mil subs 👍👍😁😁
YummyBaer
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Explosion was expected. These are just test flights for data.
YummyBaer
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Was this filmed from South Padre Island?
INSIGHT LABS
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If only space nerds had enough friends
BrokenProp
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Tim to the moon and beyond!!!
Marcus Powers
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Looks like a sniper may have been used! 😲 😱 🔥 📛 OMG
NATURAL SPIRIT
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What Ashes don,t you know the Archons are in Orbit around the Earth in another dimension they will get their SOULS from the DNA and info Timothy Leary was sent into space
Debapriya Ghosh
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8 people I'd personally like to see with MZ on the Starship:- Elon Musk, Tim Dodd, Scott Manley, Matt Lowne, Amy Shira Teitel, Marcus House, Mary(@BocaChicaGal) and Felix Schlang
The Doom Slayer
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The buran was 10x better than the crappy space shuttle.
Joey C
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Seems like manoeuvrability is an issue for aerospikes if they tried landing like the Spacex can.
Matt Williams
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I’m going to go one further and say Tim should be sent to the moon AND back!
Exot1cz 25
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i really gotta go to sleep
Jim Moore
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physics says it's good. current materials science says "NOPE!".
Gordon Liu
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Navy keeps getting pestered by flying tictac's and tetrahedron's. But that does not gel with your paradigm. So let's just ignore all that and maybe it wont be real!
mpendulo Jwara
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Can you do us all one favor? On your trip to space, please play Spaceships for Earth 🥺❤ and all your nice music 🙂👍
Ashutosh Dash
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Galileo was launched on a space shuttle.
MrArronLowe
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You’re going to the moon for sure!
Dávid
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Where he explains what starship is, it was like watching a Forgotten weapons episode.
hanna nicole ybanez
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you show parts from kerbal space progrsam you dumb dumb
PsySport Performance
time to send Tim to Space. Tim-Tim "Destination Moon" and Tim-Tim "Explores the Moon"...Don't forget your dog Snowy
Ben I
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F SN11. Oh well on to 15 then!
YEETTHANOS08
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Windows user: windows it he best, MAC sucks MAC user: nooooo Windows sucks Tim: COMPUTER IS COMPUTER
Juri Teller
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That didnt age well😂
Richard's Workshop
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The most surprising thing was the connection between the fastest Indian and Rocket Lab . . . . . . parts for the fastest Indian Motorcycle were made on lathes and machine tools belonging to the grandfather of the founder of Rocket Lab, even if they have completely different work styles.
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QTHERST THE LASTERST PENTAGONAL MILITARIES WEAPONS
win naing
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i dont go to nasa spaceflight i subbed to them and spacex themselves to get double the updates
Kim Williams
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What the mind of man can conceive it can achieve correct
robert bertie
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all gone quiet
Sheila davis
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I’m only 2 thirds in but stop making this sound so expensive and what we will get. There are lots of people who use this as ammunition against space. Instead of realizing how much bang for the buck we get. Compare it to the 80 billion a year minimum wasted on an over bloated military! Not to mention the billions if not trillions spent on black projects that answer to no one. I think money spent on discovery instead of destruction is money well spent. Especially if the main goal is permanent base etc on the moon. Not to mention if the goal is Mars. The problem is these overbloated contractors who again are used to ripping us off on military contracts and over runs with endless military budgets. I was born in mar.of 69 and my mom set me up as a baby in front of the tv and literally remember the last mission. I thought we would have the choice to live on the moon when I was an adult. Now it’s been 50yrs and I just want to see us go back before people of my generation start dropping off. You think you’ve been waiting along time. Keep fighting because my generation has been in limbo for 50yrs...
Phoenix
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to me, the F1 is and probably always will be king. it is still somewhat viable in diciplines noone even thought about when building it and lets face it: its a grandpa, that thing is over half a century old. Apollo 4 is closer to the end, no, even the start, of WW1 than it is to now. when that engine was built, the highest tech of computers were metal rings welded onto a wiregrid by hand, yet it can still keep up.
sxmolin
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Why doesn’t SpaceX do an aerospike version of their raptor engine??!!
Valente Vescio
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R or pg
Jake#2004
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R. I. P. Jerrie Cobb (March 5, 1931-March 18, 2019) Owen Garriott (November 22, 1930-April 15, 2019) Christopher Kraft (February 28, 1924-July 22, 2019) Sigmund Jaehn (February 13, 1937-September 21, 2019) Gennadi Manakov (June 1, 1950-September 26, 2019) Alexei Leonov (May 30, 1934-October 11, 2019)
Drino Zhao
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The incandescent leopard impressively concern because sweets reassembly clip over a alive kimberly. careless, jittery lobster
Jake#2004
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R. I. P. John Young (September 24, 1930-January 5, 2018) Stephen Hawking (January 8, 1942-March 14, 2018) Alan Bean (March 15, 1932-May 26, 2018) Nancy Grace Roman (May 16, 1925-December 26, 2018)
aravind maddini
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Dumping footage .....it dumped itself 🤣🤣
Andrew Boydston
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Cherry picking programs is what's for lunch.
grx70
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I think it's so cool how at 5:16 Tim says "This doesn't look right at all (...) This is because I built this entirely around physics", and low and behold, two years later this is basically how BFS evolved into Starship. KSP should be mandatory for all rocket engineers :P I guess it kind of falls into "The best part is no part" philosophy - "If you can't make it work in KSP, then it's too complex" :D
Undertow 82
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I just watched this whole thing. Thanks EDA!
Sumin
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37:21 pretty fast touchdown.
Leif Goodwin
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You didn’t explain why they chose a suicide burn rather than a controlled glide as per the space shuttle. I think the reason is that the huge wings and undercarriage add considerable weight compared to the SpaceX solution. It’d be interesting to know the resulting payload reduction. (Okay, I guess thecreal reason is the need to land on Mars, where an aircraft would be useless.) They could also have used a parafoil wing and landing skids, but chose not to for some reason. Also you mentioned landing legs built into the fins, whereas they are now separate. It’d be interesting to know why. My guess is that the landing could damage the fins, or air brakes if you prefer. Anyway, good video.
Tsurela Carolina Sitoe
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13,man in the moon @timedodd👏👏🥂 Me,the People voting him to go to the moon
Bert Demeulemeester
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I would love to see Tim and Felix get to the moon together. The two most influential people in the field podcasting from space.
Akaboy4life
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Boeing Ceo: Engineers put 38 engines on a boeing starliner. Engineer: Is mc donalds still hiring??
Дима александров
Ты Росист на английском и японском языке есть субтитры а на русском нет. Ты притесняешь русскоязычных You Rosist in English and Japanese there are subtitles but in Russian there is no. You're harassing Russian speakers
Qbinho
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i would sit on a rocket with no abort system because 1. if i live, well, i live 2. if i die, it is THE COOLEST WAY to die EVER
Pete Nikolic
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NO they were NOT reuseable .
Jack Whitlock
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What weren’t reusable?
The normal youtuber
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I like how he just talks to Elon musk like he is a freind even though he is one of the most successful people on the face of the earth...
İLYAS KAYNAK
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John Fox
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A little lengthy, but I love the attention to detail and the objective discussion of the pros and cons of both launch systems - Great Job!
Beto Fukuji
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Why there are so much people that have a fetish for aero spikes?
BRODY PETERSON
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36:31 what your probably looking for if your here in 2021
Frank Montísa-Smöl D
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Use ze hashtag!
Фуркан Динчеров
Hello
steven
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As a rule I do not subscribe to any channel; notifications are invasive. That said, I love your work. ☺
Bop
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Are you unaware you can just disable notifications?
Orion
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In a perfect World, all best scientists on this planet should be put together to innovate all things for all Earthlings. Right now all Humanity acts as if they all are more important then the other. Human needs to be more like ants or bees, because individually we suck really bad.
Gierdziu Gaming
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What actually makes me kinda satisfied is the absolute KERBALNESS of this *SMACK* style landing. Next time someone tells you "hurr durr ksp bad look theese crafts can literally hit the ground at 7m/s and survive wtf wtf wtf", just replay "dud, just because everyone does BUTTERY smooth, calculated landings, doesn't mean it is impossible to survive a literal crash. hAvE yOU sEen Sn10 tEst FLiGhT?" :))))
The Emerald Cringer
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Firs rachell
Sjedtm__
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54:54 NASA: am i a joke to you?
entitydotexe
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"But it worked in Kerbal Space Program!" - Wernher von Braun
Pharaun Mizzrym
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Whooooo! Hype! HYPE!
Marc Haywood
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Here here 😀 I can’t explain rockets, Tim can with peerless knowledge and infectious enthusiasm for where, ultimately, we are headed as a species. And more importantly he connects to my kids (boys, 13 and 11 years like I wish I could and I know they need. To inspire them personally and professionally. It’s not about the cost of the seat. It’s about the legacy of the trip. I VOTE for TIM 😎
Jenson Hartmann
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Rocket Scientists hate us for this 1 simple trick!
FlyingSavannahs
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Tim? Did you think of asking to be brought back?