Light Years Ahead | The 1969 Apollo Guidance Computer

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Half a century ago, on 20 July 1969, Neil Armstrong was in the final stages of the lunar descent, just a few thousand feet above the surface, when suddenly his on-board computer indicated a critical alarm. For three nail-biting seconds it looked as if the mission would have to be aborted. However, Armstrong was given a "go" to continue, and after several more alarms the Eagle touched down safely on the Moon.
Robert Wills introduces the amazing hardware and software that made up the Apollo Guidance Computer, walks you through the landing procedure step-by-step, and talks about the pioneering design principles that were used to make the landing software robust against any failure. He also explains the problems that occurred during the Apollo 11 landing, and shows you how the Apollo Guidance Computer played its part in saving the mission.
Recorded: 26th October, 2019.

KOMMENTARE
Joel Turpin
Joel Turpin Vor Stunde
When the alarms appeared, no one knew what they meant, except for an anonymous young man, maybe 25 years old, named Bales. He was the one who shouted we are go! Every time the alarms arose He saved the mission.
Joel Turpin
Joel Turpin Vor Stunde
Armstrong did indeed take over manually and made the moon landing.
Michael Ritter
Michael Ritter Vor 3 Stunden
This video is giving me a stable member.
ColinWatters
ColinWatters Vor 3 Stunden
1969: "1202 Alarm!"......"We are go on that alarm". 2021: "1202 Alarm!"......"All our agents are busy right now but your call is important to us".
pbwbrian53
pbwbrian53 Vor 4 Stunden
Absolutely fascinating! Thank you from someone who started coding around the time of the first moon landing.
Groove Monkey
Groove Monkey Vor 5 Stunden
Van Allen Radiation Belts?
CNCmachiningisfun
CNCmachiningisfun Vor Stunde
@Kyle Laurent Indeed. If the belt, or suspender, is long enough, perhaps Grove Monkey can use it - to swing between trees, and get to a safe distance from Tarzan ;) .
Atlas
Atlas Vor Stunde
@CNCmachiningisfun Doctor Van Allen wore suspenders.
Kyle Laurent
Kyle Laurent Vor Stunde
@CNCmachiningisfun you're right. I wonder if Groove Monkey can chime in oh his preference of belts or suspenders.
CNCmachiningisfun
CNCmachiningisfun Vor Stunde
@Kyle Laurent Hmmm. "Van Halen suspenders" doesn't roll off the tongue as easily as "Van Halen belts" does ;) .
Kyle Laurent
Kyle Laurent Vor Stunde
@CNCmachiningisfun I though he had suspenders.
Daniel West
Daniel West Vor 6 Stunden
The work of scientists cannot be diminished but the same medal to Rush Limbaugh makes the medal as meaningless as the Nobel peace prize to the mass serial killer Henry Kissinger and President Barack Obama who persecuted immorally more whistle blowers and oversaw the slaughtering of more innocents for the full eight years of wars started on lies than any other president in history .
Atlas
Atlas Vor Stunde
HAHAHHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHA
Rick E
Rick E Vor 6 Stunden
Im guessing Buzz Aldrin isn't using 1202 as his pin number for anything
galactock
galactock Vor 6 Stunden
It's hilarious if people think we went to the moon back then and Nixon makes a phone call to them on the moon, we can't go there now and no human has even been close to the Van Allen radiation belt since. Among other ridiculous things they claimed to do up there. 0 of the moon landing footage shown on tv was shot on the moon.
CNCmachiningisfun
CNCmachiningisfun Vor 49 Minuten
@Atlas I think it all comes down to their general contempt for truth, facts - and reality in general. Such is the way, with flat earthers, and science haters.
Atlas
Atlas Vor Stunde
I genuinely don't understand how people can be so convinced the van allen belts are impenetrable for humans.
CNCmachiningisfun
CNCmachiningisfun Vor 2 Stunden
@galactock Agreed. NASA haters, and space travel deniers, ARE *dimwits!*
Dan Severns
Dan Severns Vor 2 Stunden
Or is it “Moon Shinning” by Fabrice Mathieu?
Kyle Laurent
Kyle Laurent Vor 3 Stunden
@galactock you didn't even attempt to answer my questions. You're not very good at backing up your own arguments.
James Watson
James Watson Vor 7 Stunden
This is fascinating 🧐.
0-Mr_ Holmes-0
0-Mr_ Holmes-0 Vor 9 Stunden
the guidance computer was great especially since it didn't have to carry anyone anywhere....they just had to drive to a set designed to look like the moon.
Atlas
Atlas Vor Stunde
That's just wrong.
CNCmachiningisfun
CNCmachiningisfun Vor Stunde
Agreed. Moonlanding deniers ARE *dimwits!*
Kyle Laurent
Kyle Laurent Vor 4 Stunden
That's ridiculously stupid.
Sue Kennedy
Sue Kennedy Vor 9 Stunden
They landed on the moon but forgot to make videos showing how thy put on and took off their moon suits inside the LEM. Total hoax.
Atlas
Atlas Vor 6 Minuten
@Sue Kennedy N-nani?!
Sue Kennedy
Sue Kennedy Vor 14 Minuten
@Atlas What university did you graduate from and time as a witness for a civil trial. Atlas Highlighted reply Atlas 54 minutes ago That's just silly, come on.
Atlas
Atlas Vor Stunde
That's just silly, come on.
Sue Kennedy
Sue Kennedy Vor Stunde
@CNCmachiningisfun LOL! Not my fault you are desperate for a lady friend. CNCmachiningisfun Highlighted reply CNCmachiningisfun 27 minutes ago It sure does suck to be YOU!
CNCmachiningisfun
CNCmachiningisfun Vor Stunde
It sure does suck to be *YOU!*
Chris Kirsten
Chris Kirsten Vor 9 Stunden
Given the complexity of what Robert presented here, the answer "They forgot to turn the radar off" was politically motivated because it would cost a thousand "sound bytes" to explain. Imagine the fall out against NASA if that "truth" came out.
Atlas
Atlas Vor Stunde
What is the truth?
Paul Christian
Paul Christian Vor 11 Stunden
However, the real question is whether we will ever discover intelligent life on earth.
CNCmachiningisfun
CNCmachiningisfun Vor Stunde
Hmmm. The search upon this planet will surely be eternal.
Yancy Specking
Yancy Specking Vor 13 Stunden
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YeTsom Gize
YeTsom Gize Vor 13 Stunden
This almost makes you believe they went to the moon.
CNCmachiningisfun
CNCmachiningisfun Vor Stunde
Yeah. NASA haters are pretty daft!
Richard Rivera
Richard Rivera Vor 15 Stunden
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Rafael Washington
Rafael Washington Vor 16 Stunden
Now I know what the DisKEY is for, I have been watching all of the lunar landings lately and now I know what it means, and this is ware Windows 3.0/3.11 got it's cooperative multi tasking from.
That Drone Guy
That Drone Guy Vor 18 Stunden
Great presentation but one nitpick - It wasn't so much a hardware bug per se but it was human error too. Buzz has himself stated that he turned on the Rendezvous radar on while landing in case they needed to do a rapid abort but this wasn't the way it was designed to be done, hence why it overloaded the system. That extra 15% wasn't meant to be there as NASA designed the system to have one or the other radar on - not both at the same time. They "patched" this error by adding a hard requirement to the checklist to turn it off in future. Edit - it's mentioned at the end but it's not accurate as they didn't "forget", Buzz didn't turn it off on purpose as he wanted to abort faster if needed.
G Wickenden
G Wickenden Vor 20 Stunden
I.use positive and minus zero all the time, now I feel guilty and out of date! :D
Conely King
Conely King Vor 20 Stunden
Moon landing hoax ET Plejarens know it all! Billy: We have indeed already spoken at various times about the American Moon-landing swindle. In this regard, I have now also spoken with an American who was visiting here. He was not in agreement with that which I told him regarding your explanation concerning this matter. It was his opinion that a swindle is completely impossible, because the aforementioned Moon-landing project had employed at least 100,000 humans, who most certainly had not kept silent, even if it were their duty to do so. At least a whole number of them would have talked or not held their tongues due to certain grounds. What is your opinion on that? Quetzal 1. As we have already explained several times, the Americans’ Apollo-11 Moon-landing on July 20th, 1969 did not take place, because everything was a great designed swindle, through which the entire world was fooled. 2. Also it was not so that 100,000 or more people were involved in the fraud or simply informed about it, rather a total of precisely 37 persons who were involved in that. 3. This small number was responsible for nothing trickling through, and the criminal-fraud enterprise actually could be kept secret up until the present day and this would also be the case in the future, in spite of the fact that very many anomalies in regard to the photographs and videos will be discovered by critical people and will continue to be discovered. 4. The lie will therefore continue to be sustained, and indeed in spite of the provable and clear evidence of the anomalies, which prove the falsification of the Moon-landing. 5. Further to say is, that the Moon-landing swindle is also connected to murder, and indeed in the respect that in spite of the duty of silence of those involved, a great number cannot be silent, respectively, could not be silent, which led, and will further lead, to arranged “accidents” and “illnesses” with fatal consequences, until the last involved person is no longer alive whose silence is not securely established. 6. Remaining alive are only those who are hypnotically bound with their Moon-landing lies, so they themselves believe that the Moon-landing actually was realized, or at least that they have thereby cooperated. Billy: But then how is it with the Moon-rover and the landing devices and so forth, which were supposed to have been left behind on the Moon? Quetzal 7. These are actually to be found on the Moon, whereby however these were left behind from a later Moon-landing on the Earth’s satellite. Billy: Therefore the Yanks were indeed on the Moon. Quetzal 8. Naturally, however not on the claimed point in time of July 20th, 1969. 9. In that time the mendaciously propagated and nonexistent Moon-landing was a pure political manoeuvre of the Americans, ostensibly to trump the Soviet Union in the so-called space race, to practically anticipate this and thereby to be the winner and more powerful, which was supposed to serve as a deterrent military action in regard to the Soviet Union supposedly fearing the Americans. Billy Hence the gigantic fraud of the alleged Moon-landing. Quetzal 10. That is correct. Billy And, will the truth ever come to light? Quetzal 11. That would hardly be the case because the entire fraud is played in such a way that the discovery of the truth has practically as good as no chance. 12. Also the provable contradictions of all kinds which can be allocated by the photographs and videos would bear no fruit for the acknowledgement of the truth. Billy: In the same way as with Roswell, where the spaceship crashed. Quetzal 13. That is also true, because in this case hardly a possibility exists that the secret activities will one day come to the light of truth and the humans will be enlightened about the actual truth. 14. Quite the opposite - the future will prove that the responsible ones in America will always invent new lies in order to shroud and deny the truth about the Roswell case. The smoking gun right here on their guilty faces! depost.info/one/video/cn2UvpicgLB_2Xk.html Movie set.. www.bitchute.com/video/ELIRCJFpVPzK/?fbclid=IwAR2-778VyH6xwzUMjlwOswjJVt_AnwLAcgSqNUZxxGzA61mxf6dHt1DxRPA Buzz Aldrin admits we didn’t go to the moon. depost.info/one/video/iWiKtGmigq6nqaM.html Neil Armstrong refusing.... www.dailymotion.com/video/x2p18fb?fbclid=IwAR2Ao9ScWfHr6MaQtxqMFKYNrV042ovWA6xnQAv7o4WJTfbZeZa1H0qH7zg Buzz punches a guy.. depost.info/one/video/f4aE0HlsqqNr3GA.html
Atlas
Atlas Vor Stunde
This dude literally believes in aliens coming to visit us.
CNCmachiningisfun
CNCmachiningisfun Vor Stunde
Agreed. Moonlanding deniers ARE *dimwits!*
Mike Sanders
Mike Sanders Vor 20 Stunden
Too many anomalies in the " lunar movie production" to be ignored. Yes, it was a necessary world event, a movie production nonetheless. A. Every ounce of weight is scrutinized yet a go-kart was unpacked & taken for a joy ride... repeatedly? B. Interviews with astronauts get flustered when asked if saw they saw stars, as none were in any "lunar" films? C. No blow out craters in the surface dust , still present for a foot print? D. Sorry boys & girls, stanley kubrick & his movie set did what was required for the national good. We own a debt of gratitude for all who pulled it off.
CNCmachiningisfun
CNCmachiningisfun Vor Stunde
@Mike Sanders Agreed. Moonlanding deniers DO suck ass!
Kyle Laurent
Kyle Laurent Vor 10 Stunden
@Mike Sanders Please enlighten me as to why they wouldn't be able to bring the lunar buggy? Use numbers, and technical diagrams to back up your claim. Please, show me where the astronauts were "flustered" when asked about stars. Please show me how it would be possible to take photos of stars with 120 ISO film and an f2.8 lens. Please explain how much pressure would be needed to create a "blow out crater" on the lunar surface and correlate that with how much pressure was generated by the lunar descent module. Please tell me exactly how far away the footprint photo was taken from the lunar descent module and how much soil would have been present at that location. If you can answer those questions, then maybe you'd have a case. if you cannot, then you are just making up nonsense. But this should be easy for you since apparently you already did your research.
Mike Sanders
Mike Sanders Vor 14 Stunden
Wow, that's deep. However, there's a giant chasm between doing your own research and drinking the Kool-Aid as you're told.
Kyle Laurent
Kyle Laurent Vor 15 Stunden
What a load of nonsense.
Mr. Howard
Mr. Howard Vor 20 Stunden
I think the finger control software hung up when he was explaining how new job worked!
David Santiago
David Santiago Vor 21 Stunde
Hey answer this question for me. What happened to the sound of the rocket that was under his butt when landing on the moon? They seemed to have forgotten about that little fact. Also what happened to the crater that said rocket would have created during the landing? He left a footprint of his boot but the rocket didnt kick up a spec of df dirt? Oh and speaking of that boot print, why was the bottom of the boot design totally different than the suit they showed then boarding the ship in? Shall i go on? I think i made my point. The moon landings were OBVIOUSLY faked. Space is fake, its a violation of the second law of thermodynamics. So no, there wasnt anyone going through the wardrobe to get to narnia. Wake up to the lie already people.
Atlas
Atlas Vor 26 Minuten
@David Santiago I didn't say anything about the legs. I just said dust was clearly kicked around. There's footage of it on DEpost. I already explained to you why there should be no crater. The exhaust pressure at the ground simply wasn't high enough. The stories are not conflicting. The amount of stars you see depends on how bright your environment is, and for how long you allow your eyes to adapt to different lighting conditions.
David Santiago
David Santiago Vor 41 Minute
@Kyle Laurent na dude because you know you dont have answers for it. Ive encountered you before. You damn well know you cant have a gas pressure gradient in a vacuum
David Santiago
David Santiago Vor 43 Minuten
@Atlas BS!!!!! There wasnt one spec of dirt on the damn legs of the lander. And why wouldnt there be a crater? They were worried about it during there practices. But it looked like it was placed there all nice and neat. What about the astro NOTS conflicting stories of being able to see stars so bright and othera saying it was the darkest black they had ever seen and they saw NO stars. 😂
Atlas
Atlas Vor Stunde
It's a pressure fed engine firing in a vacuum, I don't know why you'd expect it to be loud. There should be no crater, the gas pressure simply wasn't high enough to do that. And it is incorrect to say it didn't kick up dust. It did, very clearly. The bottom of the boot is not different. The astronauts wore over boots when on the surface. Every single one of your silly questions could have been answered if you were really interested in knowing, but instead, you seem to be interested in justifying your belief in this silly theory for god knows what reason.
Kyle Laurent
Kyle Laurent Vor Stunde
@David Santiago I don't like to waste my time trying to debate morons. It would be easier to teach a strawberry how to paint than get most hoaxers to learn anything.
charles widmore
charles widmore Vor 21 Stunde
Spectacular presentation! Thank you for sharing your knowledge. diskey makes apollo work, russian word for flying saucer diszky, anagram mr strong alien... hum How is the reproduction coming along?
Andrew
Andrew Vor 21 Stunde
You don't need to be alarmed when you're not actually landing on the moon. Not to take away from the amazing computation ability of the computers, because a computer can't tell a test from real world scenario.
Kyle Laurent
Kyle Laurent Vor 14 Stunden
Nonsense.
CNCmachiningisfun
CNCmachiningisfun Vor 20 Stunden
Yeah. Moonlanding hoaxers ARE dimwits!
joe bloe
joe bloe Vor Tag
But the Erf is flat.
CNCmachiningisfun
CNCmachiningisfun Vor 20 Stunden
The mun is phlat.
Toy Mak
Toy Mak Vor Tag
Good spin. They want us to believe that a cranky system that put out low resolution BW video and had a power lesser than early keypad phones and that enabled the "spacecraft" to fly 30 km above ground went THROUGH the very thick overhead dome 40 km above the ground, that not even the fallen angels can pass through, and then land man on a FLAT lantern moon whose backside we don't even know. And that we cannot go back to because we have "LOST" the technology to do it.
CNCmachiningisfun
CNCmachiningisfun Vor 2 Stunden
@Need2connect Agreed. NASA haters, religiots, and flat earthers, ARE *dimwits!*
Kyle Laurent
Kyle Laurent Vor 10 Stunden
@Need2connect Do you really think saying there isn't a dome is an "absurd claim"? That's too funny.
Atlas
Atlas Vor 11 Stunden
@Need2connect I don't have to. No one has ever been able to provide any good piece of evidence that either the dome or angels exist, so I have no reason to believe in them. Burden of proof is on you, hon.
Need2connect
Need2connect Vor 11 Stunden
@Atlas Provide proof of your absurd claims, please. "ThT Iz NoT ReAl" isnt quite good enough.
Kyle Laurent
Kyle Laurent Vor 14 Stunden
Your comment is full-spectrum stupid.
Bill
Bill Vor Tag
Memory management--what's that? :)
Francisco
Francisco Vor Tag
Cubic foot? What kind measurement is that? Banana scale?
Joe Smith
Joe Smith Vor 21 Stunde
volume
CNCmachiningisfun
CNCmachiningisfun Vor Tag
LOL at the clueless little NASA haters here :) .
Charles Mangiafico
Charles Mangiafico Vor Tag
Don't waste your time. It was all BS.It takes longer than 3 Sec for the radio sig to go from the earth to the moon and back.
Atlas
Atlas Vor 11 Stunden
@Need2connect No.
Need2connect
Need2connect Vor 11 Stunden
@Atlas Did you test this yourself?
Atlas
Atlas Vor 23 Stunden
It's more like 1.3 seconds.
CNCmachiningisfun
CNCmachiningisfun Vor Tag
Agreed. NASA haters ARE a waste of time!
Wango Bango
Wango Bango Vor Tag
All Bullshit! Most people know Apollo was a hoax! It's been proven beyond doubt!
Stephen Page-Murray
Stephen Page-Murray Vor 11 Stunden
@Wango Bango In your tiny mind I guess not
Stephen Page-Murray
Stephen Page-Murray Vor 11 Stunden
@Wango Bango Your lack of intellect on display again
Wango Bango
Wango Bango Vor 14 Stunden
Stephen Page-Murray the landings never happened!
Wango Bango
Wango Bango Vor 14 Stunden
Stephen Page-Murray you're just a dead man walking. There is no point in trying to prove anything to anyone with one foot in the grave!
Stephen Page-Murray
Stephen Page-Murray Vor 15 Stunden
@Wango Bango Because it’s true. And We’re still waiting on your hypothesis re AESEP/ALSEP
Dave Hitchman
Dave Hitchman Vor Tag
Fantastic... seems like microservices in some ways
The Ultimate Reductionist
The Ultimate Reductionist Vor Tag
33:47 Worst error messages ever! LOL!
Terry Fish
Terry Fish Vor Tag
I was interested in the fact that the lecturer used meters for speed and feet for height.
Claudio Pedrazzi
Claudio Pedrazzi Vor Tag
Wonderful awesome explanation, really well done and extremely interesting! thanks for sharing!
oksills
oksills Vor Tag
All those supposed brains and they still believe the moon landing lie! What fools or liters!
Need2connect
Need2connect Vor 11 Stunden
@CNCmachiningisfunYou need a life. It appears that you spend way too much time on the internet, getting triggered.
Kyle Laurent
Kyle Laurent Vor Tag
They have brains so they believe it. You don't have brains so you need someone to wipe up your drool. See?
CNCmachiningisfun
CNCmachiningisfun Vor Tag
oksills needs to *GET A LIFE!*
Jan Strzelecki
Jan Strzelecki Vor Tag
_All those supposed brains and they still believe the moon landing lie!_ Well no - _you_ do. You are the one that believes the Moon landing lie. All those brains _know_ the Moon landing truth - that the Moon landings were, in fact, real.
nolansgroove
nolansgroove Vor Tag
comments here look sanitised. every single one is unquestioning. Scientism in action.
Need2connect
Need2connect Vor 11 Stunden
@Kyle Laurent You know this from personal experience?
Kyle Laurent
Kyle Laurent Vor Tag
Hoaxers stick to the basics usually. Whatever is really easy. This is more complicated so it is indistinguishable from magic for most hoaxers.
CNCmachiningisfun
CNCmachiningisfun Vor Tag
nolansgroove needs to *GET A CLUE,* as do ALL science denying, NASA haters!
Atlas
Atlas Vor Tag
Uh, that is demonstrably untrue. There are several comments by hoaxers.
Logicked Mazimoon
Logicked Mazimoon Vor Tag
You're still here unfortunately
Hanno Coetzer
Hanno Coetzer Vor Tag
35:35 that 2 shadows is not parallel.. lol .. very well presented and quite very interesting! 42:38!
Jan Strzelecki
Jan Strzelecki Vor 17 Stunden
@Hanno Coetzer The length of the shadow is inconsistent with the position of a spotlight needed to produce such dicergence.
Hanno Coetzer
Hanno Coetzer Vor 18 Stunden
@Jan Strzelecki Indeed! A slope, and not a studio spotlight o7
Jan Strzelecki
Jan Strzelecki Vor Tag
_35:35__ that 2 shadows is not parallel._ Well, yes - as we can see in other photos, the ground behind the Lunar Module slopes upwards - hence the non-parallel shadows.
SkinSlayer26
SkinSlayer26 Vor Tag
A fascinating presentation from a mesmerising speaker - or, how to make 1 hour and 21 minutes pass by in 10 minutes!
Princeofcups Poc
Princeofcups Poc Vor Tag
I saw the title and came here just to trash this. LIGHTYEAR IS A DISTANCE NOT TIME. But you knew that. Still, you used the popular expression to increase clicks. Keep spreading the idiocy!
CNCmachiningisfun
CNCmachiningisfun Vor Tag
I wonder if Princeofcups would like some cheese, to go with his *whine.*
Atlas
Atlas Vor Tag
Distances can be used to qualify something as being advanced.
Shota Toriumi
Shota Toriumi Vor Tag
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Gianluca Quattromani
Gianluca Quattromani Vor Tag
Amazing video!
naduyn
naduyn Vor Tag
the computer says no.
Hermosa Minirosa
Hermosa Minirosa Vor Tag
Never went to the moon. We can't get there.
CNCmachiningisfun
CNCmachiningisfun Vor Tag
Hermosa Minirosa needs to *GET A LIFE,* as do all reality denying, NASA haters!
Atlas
Atlas Vor Tag
how do you know?
Ciaran Mooney
Ciaran Mooney Vor Tag
MOON HOAX We didn’t go to the moon - you’ve a lot of waking up to do if you believe anything nasa says - Watch these depost.info/one/video/ZX-orGWBZM5m3H0.html odysee.com/What-Happened-On-the-Moon#b Part one depost.info/one/video/fZWhvYaij9J7t2Q.html part two depost.info/one/video/qJeep32akrWop2Q.html a funny thing happened on the way to the moon depost.info/one/video/gaZrupaqnJGBx4U.html astronauts gone wild
Jan Strzelecki
Jan Strzelecki Vor 11 Stunden
@Need2connect I don't. It's all publicly available information, at fingertips of pretty much anyone.
Need2connect
Need2connect Vor 11 Stunden
@Jan Strzelecki Im glad you know so much information. WOW
CNCmachiningisfun
CNCmachiningisfun Vor Tag
Ciaran Looney needs to *GET A LIFE,* as do ALL of the NASA hating, *SPAMMERS* here!
Jan Strzelecki
Jan Strzelecki Vor Tag
The problem here, of course, is that it's all made by two charlatans who are lying to people like you about the Moon landings being fake, in order to financially exploit them.
Bob’s Model Railways
Bob’s Model Railways Vor Tag
I wonder if this chap could resolve my computer issue - a Malware / Ransomeware encryption? Any chance he could look at it for me please?
CNCmachiningisfun
CNCmachiningisfun Vor Tag
@Jack653 653 *GET A LIFE,* NASA hater!
CNCmachiningisfun
CNCmachiningisfun Vor Tag
@Bob’s Model Railways Jack is a NASA hating, flat earther, so his words are NOT worth the time of day!
Bob’s Model Railways
Bob’s Model Railways Vor Tag
@Jack653 653 Oh dear! Not a good advert for Cisco then?!! Anyroad, do YOU know of anyone who might help? PS: its the 2048 military encryption.
Jack653 653
Jack653 653 Vor Tag
He can recite Harry Potter trilogy verbatim, but unless someone has previously written how to resolve your malware/randsomware encryption issue, this guy and his ilk will not have a fkn clue, they can read and repeat but they cant use their brain to ponder and resolve.
Direbear Coat
Direbear Coat Vor Tag
While giving a technical description of how the system worked, he discredits the importance of the actions Buzz Aldrin took to safely land the spacecraft. What a PC Leftist....
Logicked Mazimoon
Logicked Mazimoon Vor Tag
lol explaining how the media exaggerated Aldrin's actions is not being pc or leftist
Michael Johnson
Michael Johnson Vor Tag
I recognise this room.... looks like Bletchley Park 👀
Andy XoX
Andy XoX Vor Tag
Discussions of limited memory, interpreters and machine code remind me of my first computer, the UK 101 that came with 1/2k RAM expandable to 8k and a 6502 with its machine code instructions and 8k of interpreter on a ROM which booted in moments, a very different situation to today. P.s. it’s still working 😀
Ian Pidd
Ian Pidd Vor Tag
God is out OMO sapiens black phatros
Betty White
Betty White Vor Tag
Kinda funny how that technology was lost or destroyed being so ahead of its time. Seems like they would want to preserve something so advanced and important? Tinfoil spaceship believers be warned! Your government is fooling you!
Stephen Page-Murray
Stephen Page-Murray Vor Stunde
@Betty White You misunderstood what they said. Everything is on the web, if you bother too look...
Betty White
Betty White Vor Stunde
That’s not what NASA said. A person from NASA said that technology was destroyed and it’s a painful process to get back. 🤣
Stephen Page-Murray
Stephen Page-Murray Vor Tag
It wasn’t destroyed. All the blueprints are available and physical versions of everything still exist.
CNCmachiningisfun
CNCmachiningisfun Vor Tag
@Jack653 653 It sure does suck to be *YOU,* little fella.
Atlas
Atlas Vor Tag
But it wasn't.
growsitwell
growsitwell Vor Tag
It's funny when masons make bullshit presentations like this.
Need2connect
Need2connect Vor 11 Stunden
I KNOW! Then they share links all over the internet to their lodge daddy's masterpiece.
Stephen Page-Murray
Stephen Page-Murray Vor Tag
@vasari corridor You need professional help, and sooner rather than later
CNCmachiningisfun
CNCmachiningisfun Vor Tag
@vasari corridor What a load of crap. Get a life!
vasari corridor
vasari corridor Vor Tag
@Atlas Let us not forget that most of the founding fathers were Freemasons. Not just low level ones, who really " believe " that Freemasonry is just a brotherhood of noble men united by the Christian ethics and spirituality. They were high degree Freemasons, who were very much aware of the satanic and kabbalistic basis of their belief system. So from the very beginning the USA has been a Freemason state destined to fullfil its role of corrupting the whole world to make it embrace the so-called NWO. USA has been given by the world cleptocracy the money power by means of the petrodollar specifically for accomplishing the purpose of corruption. Just look how much genetically modified crops, insane technological gadgets, junk food, weapons pronography is produced by the US companies daily and exported throughout the world. And this is not to mentioned the degenerate Hollywood "culture" and music industry. As for the Supreme Court rulings and bills of rights, well, this is a millenia old tactics of declaring one thing and doing the other. Otherwise why the USA has more inmates than any other country in the world, why CIA is the most vital player on the markets of international sex trafficking and drug trade, why no matter who is the President in the USA the policy of supporting Federal Reserve and friendship with Israel remains intact? Not by chance, the USA was designed by the Founding Fathers from the very beginning not as a Christian "Democracy", but a synarchy where the real ruling class consists of high-degree Freemasons and is following orders from its masters in Europe. As soon as the USA serves its purpose of creating chaos, promulgating degenerate culture and starting enough wars it will be descarded and destroyed by the very same Freemasons, whose brothers had found it. This is the usual result of playing games with the Devil - you always lose.
Atlas
Atlas Vor Tag
if you mention freemasons you automatically lose.
Brett Anthony
Brett Anthony Vor Tag
Brilliant. Just to add, I never knew Moss from the IT Crowd gave these talks!
Geo S
Geo S Vor 2 Tage
Excellent presentation / storytelling! But wait... Apollo 11 at 60? Years? Probably just some kind of "computer glitch" (wink wink). I know, too picky, and in no way does it detract anything from this video. Great stuff!
Thomas Vasiloff
Thomas Vasiloff Vor 2 Tage
An absolutely brilliant presentation and one which should be viewed by all space enthusiasts. The design of the software was brilliant. "Simple," but got the job done. The explanation for the "1202" and "1201" alarms corrects many misconceptions the general public may have had.
Michael Boddie
Michael Boddie Vor 2 Tage
Thank you! I have always wondered what was up at that moment.
Bill McQ
Bill McQ Vor 2 Tage
10/10!
William Hammer
William Hammer Vor 2 Tage
It's nice to know that people like Robert Willis exists. His passion and sense of humor are wonderful.
Craig D
Craig D Vor 2 Tage
NASA - hebrew for "to deceive". If the van alen belts hadnt destroyed them, then the tempature at full sunlight would of fried them to 127 degress celcius, yet the chest camera that was used for filming wasn't friend in such tempatures, and neither were the astronaughts. The moon Lunar lander had the same space as two phone boxes side by side, yet they fitted in it the moon buggy and two astronaughts. The science is laughable beyond belief.
Need2connect
Need2connect Vor 11 Stunden
@CNCmachiningisfun Yes, you are SOOO productive, and happy. That explains exactly the very reason you have THOUSANDS of hours to scour the internet from opinions that you disagree with, using hateful, bigoted, troll tactics. Makes sense to me. All the happiest people in life spend their time shitting on the internet, FACT. haha
CNCmachiningisfun
CNCmachiningisfun Vor Tag
@Jack653 653 LOL. You are a flat earther. Sucks to be you!
CNCmachiningisfun
CNCmachiningisfun Vor Tag
@Jack653 653 Take a look at my channel, to get a small sample of my happy and productive life.
Jan Strzelecki
Jan Strzelecki Vor Tag
_NASA - hebrew for "to deceive"._ That is factually incorrect. NASA in Hebrew means "to uplift". You're thinking of "nasha". _If the van alen belts hadnt destroyed them_ It wouldn't. "The outbound and inbound trajectories of the Apollo spacecraft cut through the outer portions of the inner belt and because of their high speed spent only about 15 minutes in traversing the region and less than 2 hours in traversing the much less penetrating radiation in the outer radiation belt. The resulting radiation exposure for the round trip was less than 1% of a fatal dosage - a very minor risk among the far greater other risks of such flights." - Dr. Van Allen. _ then the tempature at full sunlight would of fried them to 127 degress celcius_ Had they no temperature control systems, it would, but since they did, it didn't. _yet the chest camera that was used for filming wasn't friend in such tempatures_ The Hasselblad camera used in the _Apollo_ missions hasn't been exposed to the sunlight long enough to actually heat up to 127ºC. _and neither were the astronaughts._ The actual astronauts were, though. Do you perhaps imagine that their space suits were white just because they ran out of dye or something? _The moon Lunar lander had the same space as two phone boxes side by side, yet they fitted in it the moon buggy and two astronaughts._ Okay? In this reality, though, the astronauts carried the LRV _outside_ of the Lunar Module. _The science is laughable beyond belief._ What is laughable beyond belief here is your pitiful understanding of the _Apollo_ program specifically and science in general.
Jack653 653
Jack653 653 Vor Tag
@CNCmachiningisfun then how would you spend your life?
Ben There
Ben There Vor 2 Tage
That little computer was a magnificent accomplishment. To think that just one
CNCmachiningisfun
CNCmachiningisfun Vor Tag
@Jack653 653 Agreed. NASA haters ARE dimwits!
Ben There
Ben There Vor Tag
@Jack653 653 - Those are the high-level (interpreted) commands. I would like to see more about the machine itself.
Jack653 653
Jack653 653 Vor Tag
I’ve seen the arm cuff cue cards that the astronauts had on their sleeves to show them where the rocks on the moon will be and where to stand for the videos they made.
el_juano
el_juano Vor 2 Tage
I hand coded Fanuc® when we had to ensure our total program was kept very small to compensate for lack of memory. Now, in the days of high level cad/cam and finite analysis systems, like MasterCam® and Solidworks® most programs we hand coded back when are available as simple canned routines. The interface takes one code with three or four variables instead of a pages-long stream of individual commands. I get how much onboard brainwork the software engineer had to have in mind and how easy it would be to neglect a checklist item for intercept radar to off, and all I was trying to avoid crashing was a tool head into a workpiece or fixture. Credit to MIT/NASA that they only had one glitch landing on the moon with less memory than my microwave oven.
ole555
ole555 Vor 2 Tage
I would much rather know how they shielded the astronauts from the Van Allen radiation, how they managed to misplace the necessary technological breakthroughs for the landings so thoroughly that they cannot be recovered still after 50 years, how the Russians, who were leading the Americans all the way through the space race, were never able to replicate the feat even 50 years later, and why there has supposedly been no fundamental breakthrough in propulsion technology for about 80 years. If you can answer these questions satisfactorily, then I might believe your Apollo story.
Atlas
Atlas Vor 2 Tage
By having a thick enough hull, spending as little time as possible in the area and avoiding the hottest zones. What technological breakthrough was misplaced? The Russians never did it because their moon rocket didn't work. Fundamental breakthroughs are not always possible in every single field, my guy. Things don't keep improving forever at an ever increasing rate. Reality has limits.
Bruno Carlin
Bruno Carlin Vor 2 Tage
DEpost algo finally working
CNCmachiningisfun
CNCmachiningisfun Vor Tag
It was probably a glitch, considering how useless googleTube is.
Calvin Low
Calvin Low Vor 2 Tage
What would have happened if Neil Armstrong didn’t enter the last command? Wouldn’t the computer have rebooted repeatedly on the descent?
Jan Strzelecki
Jan Strzelecki Vor Tag
My understanding is that it would, but, having been programmed for a scenario like that as a contingency , it had several reboot modes, some of which would allow it to pick up straight where it left.
Woodgate425
Woodgate425 Vor 2 Tage
Brilliant, just brilliant!
Journeyman Traveller
Journeyman Traveller Vor 2 Tage
That 81 minutes felt like 20.
UmustBk1dd1ng
UmustBk1dd1ng Vor 2 Tage
Thank you for a superb explanation, and thank you for making me aware of Margret. Clearly her contribution to world history is significant, but few people (like me) are aware of her existence. I was a young grade schooler living near the Cape during the Apollo era, and I saw the launches and I was fascinated by the whole thing. These days it is a pleasure for me to learn the actual details of the things that I saw back then.
Michelle Maloney
Michelle Maloney Vor 2 Tage
Who is the they at MIT?
ingmar roessler
ingmar roessler Vor 2 Tage
What an excelent conference!
Alexander Keiblinger
Alexander Keiblinger Vor 2 Tage
Unfortunately NASA deleted all the original tapes and blueprints. To quote the late and great William Shatner: "Science and SciFi. There is no difference. It is the same"
Atlas
Atlas Vor 11 Stunden
@Need2connect NASA didn't delete original tapes or blueprints. They lost some of the original Apollo 11 tapes.
Jan Strzelecki
Jan Strzelecki Vor 11 Stunden
@Need2connect _NASA really did "lose" original tapes and blueprints._ No. They lost _some_ of the tapes and pretty much _none_ of the blueprints - and Don Pettit says nothing _whatsoever_ about the reason for NASA's inability to recreate that technology.
Need2connect
Need2connect Vor 11 Stunden
What about this is not true? Please specify. That really is a quote from William. NASA really did "lose" original tapes and blueprints. According to Don Petit, they cannot recreate that technology because of that.
Jan Strzelecki
Jan Strzelecki Vor Tag
That is outrageously not true.
Atlas
Atlas Vor 2 Tage
That is not true.
Colin Drane
Colin Drane Vor 2 Tage
Fantastic
Majd Yafi
Majd Yafi Vor 2 Tage
💖
Adam Churvis
Adam Churvis Vor 2 Tage
Your thumbnail's math is about ten years off.
Morgan Moallemian
Morgan Moallemian Vor 2 Tage
this kid sounds like an 83 year old British lady. lol
Constable Dodo
Constable Dodo Vor 2 Tage
America really hit its peak between the 50s-80s
Logicked Mazimoon
Logicked Mazimoon Vor Tag
not really. If you remember, the space race was just a dick measuring contest just to say that America went to the Moon first
Sam Mencia
Sam Mencia Vor 2 Tage
AGC used small magnetic rings to store 4k of data. Built by professional seamstresses. Failure proof. AGC could error code all day and that memory would still store the data.
bill brandon
bill brandon Vor 2 Tage
"jobs" was an ubiquitous term for programs....the task manager had to queue up your program cards in the hopper to be run sequentially on the computer...at least that what i remember back in the 70's on our campus system...
Thierry Herreman
Thierry Herreman Vor 2 Tage
Without air on the moon combustion would be impossible, everybody knows that. So how could they have gone to the moon and successfully return? Or rather, knowing that it would be impossible to return to earth due to the lack of air, how would anyone in his right mind take off to the moon? Houston, we might have a problem.
Atlas
Atlas Vor 11 Stunden
@Need2connect That's patently untrue. Even the old V-2 rocket carried its own oxidizer. By the looks of things, you simply don't know what the word oxidizer means. That'd be my guess.
Need2connect
Need2connect Vor 11 Stunden
@Atlas No Rockets didn't start carrying their own oxidizer until much later, after moon landing. Not until The 80's did they claim to use their own oxygen as an oxidizer. Certainly you know that history is written by the winners, right?
Logicked Mazimoon
Logicked Mazimoon Vor Tag
Next you'll be saying that jet fuel can't burn underwater
Atlas
Atlas Vor 2 Tage
You know, you could have actually looked for an answer to your question instead of assuming there is no answer and making a fool of yourself in the process. Rockets carry their own oxidizer, they don't rely on oxygen from the air.
pafalzon
pafalzon Vor 2 Tage
Cisco ISR routers have the guidance computer program added as an Easter Egg thanks to this guy.
Harri Mela
Harri Mela Vor 2 Tage
Excellent! So fun to watch and I learned lot of new things :)
CantStopTommy
CantStopTommy Vor 2 Tage
Wow.
Leonardo Segura
Leonardo Segura Vor 2 Tage
I simply have no words for how amazing this engineering is,
onehit pick
onehit pick Vor 2 Tage
This is an excellent talk. I am simply amazed at what used to be able to be accomplished in 8 or 64k of memory, with startup time not noticeable on human time scales. Now, simply turning on the computer can take several minutes and a few gigabytes. When you go from a few thousand lines of code to several hundred million lines of code being the typical payload, it's going to get progressively more difficult to squash out all the bugs.
Brent Weeks
Brent Weeks Vor 2 Tage
Why is it these sort of folks dress so terribly?
Brent Weeks
Brent Weeks Vor 2 Tage
@PJ Vis I’ve changed my mind. Everyone has an extra 10 min a day to make themselves more presentable. At first glance, your original statement seemed true to me. They just have zero interest in looks. Either way, I don’t care how they look. It was just an observation. Not a judgement. They just don’t care how they look. I can relate.
PJ Vis
PJ Vis Vor 2 Tage
@Brent Weeks That's very true. We pay them exorbitant amounts of money because they understand computers in a way we never will.
Brent Weeks
Brent Weeks Vor 2 Tage
@PJ Vis Nerds ...........(who prob make 3-4 times more than I do. I wish I was a nerd)
PJ Vis
PJ Vis Vor 2 Tage
Because they spend most of their day sitting behind computers and rarely have to do presentations. If guys like this cared much for fashion, the world wouldn't have gotten as far as it has in terms of automation
3.V Audio & Video
3.V Audio & Video Vor 2 Tage
I wish my 2019 Samsung refrigerator worked flawlessly and could be as highly reliable :(
barry k.
barry k. Vor 2 Tage
Thanks alot mr Cough Cough guy Next time please leave the damn room. Think of the other people!!!!
Sadiquecat
Sadiquecat Vor 3 Tage
I really appreciate the way he speaks. When asked a question he pauses and thinks about the answer, not as easy as it might seem.
JW
JW Vor 3 Tage
This was excellent!
Leonardo Rossi
Leonardo Rossi Vor 3 Tage
Information crossing. George T. Schmidt, MIT director, recently took a webinar about full spatial US history, as one of the main person who toke a part on the history. The software man of the team that wrote and performed the Luminary program has been Don Eyles, mentioned by Schmidt. Margaret Hamilton came as software director AFTER Apollo 11 and didn't any impact on Apollo 11 adventure. In the book of Don Eyles (who also saved the Apollo14 mission and received a public acknowledgment from president Nixon) writes that Margaret Hamilton was certainly a beautiful woman, but had no relation with Apollo 11.
GH1618
GH1618 Vor 3 Tage
According to MIT articles on the subject, Hamilton became director of the Software Engineering Division that was responsible for the Apollo Guidance Computer software in 1965. Of course many other people worked on the system. Some of them are probably jealous of the recognition Hamilton received.
Maximiliano Villarreal
Maximiliano Villarreal Vor 3 Tage
Great talk, thanks.
Jack Rothrock
Jack Rothrock Vor 3 Tage
The ossified donkey ipsilaterally curve because weed immuhistochemically melt near a dynamic drizzle. rhetorical, noisy motorboat
Invent Palooza
Invent Palooza Vor 3 Tage
a lightyear is a unit of distance, not time disliked (jk obviously)
Atlas
Atlas Vor 2 Tage
@Richie Conway 'light-year' can also be used to refer to "an extremely large measure of comparison (as of distance, time, or quality)"
GH1618
GH1618 Vor 2 Tage
@Richie Conway - I think it means a long distance in front.
Richie Conway
Richie Conway Vor 3 Tage
@GH1618 Yes it does. It says "Light Years Ahead". If I'm not mistaken, that's shorthand for light years ahead of it's time.
GH1618
GH1618 Vor 3 Tage
The title doesn’t say it’s time.
Lightning Jack
Lightning Jack Vor 3 Tage
The whole thing is fantastic. But I just LOVE the Buzz Aldrin's 16 68 thing and the way you are telling it :)
Joseph Shuster
Joseph Shuster Vor 3 Tage
First, brilliant presentation! Second, about Aldrin and the rendezvous radar: In 2019, the spate of Apollo documentaries included one with an Aldrin interview about the 1201/1202 issues. In that interview, he admitted that the standard mode was to switch off the rendezvous radar before starting powered descent. But for the landing he claimed he wanted to be "ready for an abort", so he intentionally skipped that step. He made the admission/confession with classic Aldrin braggadocio and very little sincere reticence. Basically his posture was, "I wanted it. So I did it. And I got away with it." Remember that Aldrin was nicknamed Mr. Rendezvous for his extensive and invaluable work on orbit rendezvous techniques. In my mind, he wished he would be the first pilot to land on the Moon. But if he couldn't have that, he wanted to be the hero who saved the landing party after an abort. So he situated himself and his "indulgence" for success after an abort. He wasn't cheering for an abort. But if it happened he was ready to reap some credit for his enhancement of SOP. I don't think for a second he expected his little stunt would have caused the ruckus it did. And Apollo was mostly a national pride production, so pointing a finger at one of the two heroes who landed wasn't productive.
Husky Passion
Husky Passion Vor 3 Tage
if the moon surface is not perfectly flat, this all fails
Logicked Mazimoon
Logicked Mazimoon Vor 11 Stunden
@Need2connect lol with conspiracy theorists, you can't be too certain.
Need2connect
Need2connect Vor 11 Stunden
@Logicked Mazimoon Pretty sure that was a joke
Logicked Mazimoon
Logicked Mazimoon Vor Tag
Ah yes an assertion without facts. Great way to achieve nothing
colan powel
colan powel Vor 3 Tage
Anyone who will accept and believe statements in this lecture have been overdosed by illegal narcotics.
christopher békési
christopher békési Vor 3 Tage
Pfft.. that's plenty of memory. That's not even 2KB, that's almost 4KB of RAM. I've written code for controllers with less memory than that. Clock speed is pretty slow, but plenty enough to steer a spaceship. Why they didn't add an extra bit to the processor word is weird tho. Would have been much better to add one more bit to keep it a power of 2. I haven't done any research on the reason for this, but perhaps this was simply because of how they initially aligned memory modules.
GH1618
GH1618 Vor 3 Tage
There is no need for word length to be a power of two. It is a convention used in more modern computers because most computers nowadays do a lot of processing of text and the industry has standardized on 8-bit characters. Byte addressing is also a feature of many computers. Those are no consideration for a computer which does only numeric processing. Their word was as long as it needed to be and no longer.
Watson Crick
Watson Crick Vor 3 Tage
Well done! Great presentation.
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