NASA 60th: Humans in Space

NASA 60th: Humans in Space


We want to find out what’s out there. We want to be able to, you know, expand out horizons and I think that that truly is built into the human spirit, we are always wondering “What’s next?” “How much farther can we go?” – The Mercury astronauts
when they get introduced they immediately call
us as sort of a hero. The press conference
that NASA had goes crazy and the astronauts become
instant celebrities. They sorta look like knights
in armor, in some ways, going out there to defend the honor of The United States. (radioed) 3…2…1…Lift off. – Roger, lift off and the clock has started. I remember feeling a
moment of exhilaration exhilaration because, of course, I’d been training for two years and in fact I was more than ready for the lift off to occur and was quite delighted in
the fact that it did occur. It occurred so smoothly. – (John) Roger, zero G and I feel fine. Capsule is turning around.
Oh that view is tremendous. – We choose to go to the moon in this decade and do the other things, not because they are easy, but because they are hard. – It’s outward bound. People have a human feeling I think for wanting to go outward bound and it’s in us. You know, to go, to see, to touch, to understand what’s there. – (mission control)
Ignition sequence start. – We finally come to the day, the moment. The trajectory had been wrong. They had targeted into
this inhospitable place. Then, they had to fly over this area at a high forward velocity. Then, pitch up to slow down, so it would kill that forward velocity and then start down like a helicopter. Tranquility Base here,
the eagle has landed. – (Neil) That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind. – (Charlie) The landing to
me was a great celebration we had won the race, the
nation was almost euphoric. – The knowledge that we gain about the origin and the
evolution of the moon is one of these days, gonna
help us right here on Earth. Course its only one area, but I believe it’s an important area and I guess I’m bettin a lot on it. – NASA has been absolutely critical to improving the knowledge
of all human kind. Twelve humans walked on
the surface of the moon, which is a stunning achievement, and we are still the only
country ever to have done that. We’re going to go back to the moon and we’re gonna take what we learned there and we’re gonna go to mars. – (Sandra) To get to Mars,
it’s about a six month journey. And as an operator, I would
be really really happy if we could test out our operations and our equipment in our backyard. The moon’s only three days away. The moon is the next step. – So the Space Station is
more than a million pounds, it’s as big as two football fields. You are not going to bring
that up in one single lift. So, we had to bring up
the Space Station in parts and assemble it. The Space Shuttle was instrumental into bringing up, at least the American side of that. It was more than forty missions
over about thirteen years to assemble all of those
parts of the Space Station. – And so human space flight
is really interesting because we do adapt really
quickly to the environment. How quickly, it felt
natural to float around. How quickly, it felt normal
to look out the window and see the earth go by. – Human being are built
to be able to adapt to weightlessness and
that allows us to go do that exploration and so we have improved the exercise equipment,
we improved the diet, the vitamins. I mean
we came back so strong, that physically I was
actually stronger than when I left, when I did
the physical fitness test when we got back. It gives me great hope that, you know, if we have
similar type of equipment on our long duration space vehicles, we’re going to show up on Mars and be ready to work
the minute we get there. – (Charlie) Orion, our state
of the art space craft, is designed to take crews into deep space, and then once their work is done, safely bring them back home. Sometimes folks ask me, you know, what do you think the next
sixty years has in store? I don’t know all of the
destinations that we will visit, the mysteries we will solve, the places that we will
leave footprints, again. – And we want to see what’s out there, we want to see how it works, we want to go explore. There’s always this desire to learn more, to satisfy that inquisitive nature. Let’s go do it.

58 COMMENTS

    Plus they encountered variations in gravity according to the density of the moon, that apparently isn't as dense in some areas of it, which is interesting in itself.
    Vulcan high5's fellow earthlings. V/_
    Better worlds for all tomorrow, ideally sooner, today.

    What about future mission to the moon? I mean what is Nasa even doing lately when it comes to manned missions. Kind of strange.

    Nowadays NASA has become a very important part of every human being's life.Things are getting much easier and comfortable for human being day after day just for NASA's hard work.

    Fantástico, espero que la NASA, y ahora compañías privadas como Spacex o Blue Origin, colaboren para mejorar la exploración espacial con lo poco que les da el gobierno… Sin duda el siguiente paso para avanzar como especie, a parte de las mejoras tecnológicas, es poder viajar fácilmente a otros mundos.

    Great! Wonderful! Inspiring! On the other hand: Kennedy was right: space is hard (https://youtu.be/PgtLjj4Ka08 and https://youtu.be/GGmaXX59aq8). Onward to the stars!

    Watching this gave me goosebumps! Our moon is fascinating and I cannot wait for our astronauts to go back, just imagine seeing them walk on the moon with the current advancements!!! Yay NASA 🎉

    NASA's output and "accomplishments" are entirely fraudulent.
    i encourage independent thinkers to re-evaluate their claim s (past and present).
    Their lies are catching up to them, their abuse of the public's trust is ending.

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