The Next-Gen Space Stations That Could Replace The ISS | Answers With Joe

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The end of the ISS is less than 10 years away. Here's what's coming next.
From the luxury space hotels of Axiom Space to the inflatable super habitats of Bigelow Aerospace to future international efforts, these are the places where we could be living and working in the coming decades.

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Timestamps:

0.00 - Skylab
2:30 - How we got to the ISS
6:00 - Axiom Space
8:23 - The Chinese Space Station
9:30 - India's Space Station Project
10:05 - Bigelow's Expandable Space Stations
12:15 - Nanoracks
14:30 - Blue Origin's Plans
16:00 - The Lunar Gateway
17:35 - The End of the ISS
19:45 - Sponsor Message

评论 

  1. Joe Scott

    Joe Scott

    2 个月 前

    For anybody asking why I didn't include Orbital Assembly and the Gateway Foundation in this video, there is an extra segment covering that in the version of this video on Nebula. If you're not on Nebula, I also covered them in a previous video: cnglobal.info/faq/3Yt3fmLZqp9qo7o/sh-p-n.html

    • Bernard Gilbert

      Bernard Gilbert

      29 天 前

      @TGamer Boss I always figured the next generation of space outpost we'd build would include a section where they could experiment with different forms of artificial gravity, build something like what Von Braun proposed back in the1950's.

    • CRD DRONES

      CRD DRONES

      个月 前

      @C Cubed Miniatures lol

    • TGamer Boss

      TGamer Boss

      个月 前

      @jupiter rules 😂😂😂

    • TGamer Boss

      TGamer Boss

      个月 前

      Can they just build a new space station and research about circular ring to create artificial gravity ?

    • lagrangewei

      lagrangewei

      2 个月 前

      pls stop the ignorance: chinese astronaut are NOT call taikonaut, they are call yuhangyuan. taikonaut doesn't even mean anything in chinese. there is no even the word "ko" in the chinese language. officially you can use the term astronaut in english when referring to chinese astronaut.

  2. Chris C

    Chris C

    天 前

    I went to the Pine Mt Observatory up here in Oregon and one of the coolest parts of the tour was watching the ISS zoom by above us at incredible speeds.

  3. Tim Schuiling

    Tim Schuiling

    2 天 前

    shoot them billionaires into space.

  4. David Mauney

    David Mauney

    2 天 前

    It would be funny to watch a kangaroo run.

  5. David Mauney

    David Mauney

    2 天 前

    Bounce. Kangaroos bounce for their lives.

  6. Hellscream Games

    Hellscream Games

    4 天 前

    Good video.

  7. Nick

    Nick

    4 天 前

    Lunar gateway? Hell yes 👍🛰️🌘

  8. Bally

    Bally

    13 天 前

    Kangaroos running for their lives. I'd like to see that.

  9. foobag969

    foobag969

    14 天 前

    I am so confused about wether space is even real or not.

  10. yourgu4rd

    yourgu4rd

    15 天 前

    What? The next generation of space station will still not have partitions with artificial gravity (through rotation) ?

  11. Michel Goulmy

    Michel Goulmy

    16 天 前

    I'm missing the Von Braun station idea by Gateway Foundation

  12. Joe Cote

    Joe Cote

    16 天 前

    The ISS is damn well worth it.

  13. Alluin Herric

    Alluin Herric

    16 天 前

    It's a shame you don't do OLF anymore. But at least the video quality is still good. Thank you.

  14. Brandon

    Brandon

    17 天 前

    I'm waiting for the space hotel, because where there's a hotel there's staff and that sounds like a pretty sweet job.

  15. Porter Tikkanen

    Porter Tikkanen

    17 天 前

    You should do a video on the Chinese and Russian Moon Base! It’ll be pretty cool to see the construction start on it in 2026.

  16. Komment King

    Komment King

    19 天 前

    Never thought of it. Skylab did more elbow room than the ISS ! The commercial version of the ISS looks cool, but ....? I like the inflatable modules , and I'm surprised that was not conceived of long ago. The trash collection/construction seems cool too. Is it possible to build a space station like the one shown in the 2001 movie ? Maybe flexible segments could be launched into orbit one at a time, and assembled later.

  17. Erik Jarandson

    Erik Jarandson

    21 天 前

    NASA executive: So, you want to attach your experimental module to the ISS, is that right? Bigelow representative: That's right! NASA executive: Could you give me a quick description of the concept behind your technology? Bigelow representative: Absolutely! /* Stands up */ /* Theatrically pulls balloon out of pocket */ /* Theatrically inflates balloon */ /* Ties off balloon */ /* Theatrically displays balloon */ /* Triumphantly exclaims: *"ta-da!"* */ NASA executive: Um... Well... I'd like you to have a chat with our resident expert on this type of module. Bigelow representative: Really? You have a resident expert on this? NASA executive: But of course. We have several in-house psychiatrists.

  18. Erik Jarandson

    Erik Jarandson

    21 天 前

    If building a space station from used rocket stages proves feasible, I seriously doubt that the Spacecraft Cemetery will be in much use for very long. Recycling in space is potentially a *lot* cheaper than building new on the ground and launching into space. Not least, if you can recycle rocket stages as space station modules, imagine what you can do if you recycle space station modules! You should, at the very least, be able to make a half decent rocket stage out of it. In other words, there's some reason to hope that the ISS will remain in space, albeit not in a recognizable form.

  19. abel garcia

    abel garcia

    22 天 前

    I keep in redig about that the Shuttle main tank had several thousands gallons of fuel at SECO so why wasn't the main tank ever boosted into orbit? We would have a nice space station composed of shuttle tanks by now.

  20. Rick Noyb

    Rick Noyb

    24 天 前

    It's ridiculous sending refined materials into space at enormous costs just to deorbit them. We need to find ways to boost altitudes into a space junkyard and recycle 100%of what we send up.

  21. Roman Lightman

    Roman Lightman

    25 天 前

    It should be a requirement for all future launches that parts of any object sent into space be made with standardized parts in the same manner as a bag of tinker toys are all universal to one another. This way robotic systems in the future can disassemble antiquated or worn out equipment, and easily repurposed and flown to new projects. If designed at the outset to be scalable, this should be possible.

  22. Al Theeathoone

    Al Theeathoone

    25 天 前

    Those who control the text books control the "World View" of the masses. A couple of generations of Indoctrinating Children in School and the majority of today's Adults will believe and pass on everything they've been taught as fact. There's no such thing as the Big Bang, Gravity, Planets we can land on - or Outer Space.

  23. Alan Vermillion Sr

    Alan Vermillion Sr

    25 天 前

    Space stations are an old dream that Could have been a reality some years ago had boosters been applied to the MT as well. Those tanks would have become in-situ recourses.

  24. whoshotdk

    whoshotdk

    25 天 前

    I wonder how much it would cost to move the ISS to a higher, more permanent orbit so that we can preserve it as a museum for future generations.

  25. Michael Tyler

    Michael Tyler

    25 天 前

    So where are the rotating space stations that were envisioned nearly 60 years ago as imagined by Arthur C. Clark and Stanley Kubrick? Station concepts that actually excited the minds and imaginations of the late-boomer/Tang-generation of kids who truly believed that one day they would be like Neil and Buzz and actually living and working on the moon as adults?

  26. Absent Coffee

    Absent Coffee

    26 天 前

    i wouldnt say the end of the iss makes me sad. more like a sense of bittersweet pride

  27. Thomas Jones

    Thomas Jones

    26 天 前

    Oh crap am I gunna cry when the ISS goes down, oh crap I am.

  28. Thomas Jones

    Thomas Jones

    26 天 前

    I mean India’s space agency is crazy efficient and fast moving. I reckon 2030 isn’t too crazy

  29. Rocket Gaming

    Rocket Gaming

    27 天 前

    China can build a space station in 2 yrs

  30. John Smith

    John Smith

    28 天 前

    16:20 Don't you mean a L4 orbit midway between the Earth and Moon?

  31. Veldtian1

    Veldtian1

    28 天 前

    Oh yeah right that 'pandemic' with an admitted +99.60% survival rate.

  32. Neal Thomson

    Neal Thomson

    29 天 前

    I feel the best part of these inflateable modules is the fact that they can be inflated using water that makes it a shielded habitat. If one was to add a few additives to the water then that shielding goes to a new level. . Even dirty and polluted water would work. . TGC Blessings in abundance to you and all those that cross your path:)

  33. Lankeleisi Bike

    Lankeleisi Bike

    29 天 前

    you should send homeless people tospace or mars to reduce their population on your country....

  34. Phillip Smith

    Phillip Smith

    29 天 前

    Sierra Nevada Corporation’s inflatable space station modules are another one to look for. HUGE

  35. XAV

    XAV

    个月 前

    Axiom sounds familiar. are they planning to make pizza plants too?

  36. Brian McFarland

    Brian McFarland

    个月 前

    Space capitalism really doesn't excite me.

  37. Seattle

    Seattle

    个月 前

    i like everything is going "private" with nearly all but spacex so far going bankrupt, abandoned or full of potential animations (looking at your blue origins)... and even then spacex is heavily subsidized by the u.s. government so much so they wasted resources shooting a tesla into space... Better let china take care of the whole space thing from now on

  38. David J. Kleinsasser

    David J. Kleinsasser

    个月 前

    The Jiffy pop, er, I mean the Bigelow module makes me hungry...

  39. David Boyle

    David Boyle

    个月 前

    You said not a word about Von Braun Station, the only concept that is based on the concept of artificial gravity. Whether it actually happens is tbd, but the idea of using rotating elements to create artificial gravity, and thereby counteract the I'll effects of zero-G, will, I believe, be the cornerstone that allows people to literally live in space.

  40. 4TheRecord

    4TheRecord

    个月 前

    Seems a waste to destroy the ISS.

  41. Lucas Costa

    Lucas Costa

    个月 前

    Am i wrong or this expandable station seems extremely unlikely? Debris would destroy it apart.

  42. danielle pitmon

    danielle pitmon

    个月 前

    Too bad none of us will be alive in the bigger jump in space travel and seeing some of the hopefully futuristic interstellar craft with new propulsion systems that would put every thing to shame that’s in science fiction

  43. Nathaniel Raddin

    Nathaniel Raddin

    个月 前

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  44. R O C R O C

    R O C R O C

    个月 前

    If the picture shown at 6.29 is a true example of the interior of an Axiom capsule then it is poorly designed. That curved "puff" like surface with embedded lights would be nearly impossible to clean. With the recent publicity about biological "growth" inside the ISS it stresses the need to be able to clean that surface on a regular basis as quickly and efficiently as it can be done.

  45. Trey Dadzie

    Trey Dadzie

    个月 前

    I’m halfway through the video, but how will these stations not run into each other? that’s my only concern.

    • ann onn

      ann onn

      个月 前

      Space is big. Really, really big. If there were just 10 trucks on the Earth, what'd be the chances of them ever hitting each other?

  46. Myles Willis

    Myles Willis

    个月 前

    No Gateway Foundation? What the hell man.

  47. Anthony Barbuto

    Anthony Barbuto

    个月 前

    The iss is a joke.....read the book " star crossed orbits "....the iss was over budget and built way past the scheduled completion date.....the joke about the iss is that the regular crew of three.......u need 2 astronauts to just run and repair the iss.....so the man hours available for pure science is minimal.....we really don't need a space station as Dr zubrin of the mars society proves in his book.........the case for mars.......if u want to go to mas or the moon just go there,directly. The only reason to stop at a space station is give the space station something to do......if this was not bad enough......nasa wants to make another station......gateway......and require missions to the moon or mars to stop at gateway!.......just more govt waste....read Dr zubrin s book " the case for mars" for his mars direct method of going to mars.......a lot faster and cheaper than nasa's...

  48. Aidan Cadogan

    Aidan Cadogan

    个月 前

    Isn't a larger FoV a bad thing for a telescope?

    • ann onn

      ann onn

      个月 前

      No. Telescope resolution is ultimately limited by how many photons you can detect coming off the object that you want to see. A bigger aperture means you can capture more photons. That's why telescopes are very big. Some have a 10 metre aperture, and the only reason they're not even bigger is, it's very difficult to make a mirror large enough. If you squash photons too closely together, they interfere with each other. We want to gather and detect as much light as possible. Detecting the light isn't the complicated part. Gathering it is. So bigger is better. You can increase the FoV by simply adding more CCD, but that doesn't improve the resolution. Telescopes (in general) don't use an optical zoom lens, like cameras. They use a fixed lens, because those can be better. They zoom in on part of the sky digitally.

  49. Vagabond

    Vagabond

    个月 前

    We need a colossal 3D printer in space so we can build on a colossal scale harvesting resources from dead planets.

  50. ME

    ME

    个月 前

    before building another trashy space station please collect all the rubbish u put in space! be responsible!!

  51. Jeff Albrecht

    Jeff Albrecht

    个月 前

    After 20-years on the iss, why build something almost exactly like it. It's time to get artificial gravity going and get something amazing going. Something like the gateway foundation is proposing. Leave it to NASA to take forever making improvements!

  52. wiiistful

    wiiistful

    个月 前

    Funny how everybody speaks about space debris falling back to earth when it's China, but nobody speaks about it when it's the US or any other agencies actually. Plus making it look like China just dump the booster after putting the payload in orbit when actually a controlled reentry was planned but failed this time. Sad to see that even in somewhat of a science channel stereotypes are still winning over science and facts.

  53. Ali Abdul

    Ali Abdul

    个月 前

    It makes me very sad Joe (your question about the death of the ISS) because instead of crashing it on the moon and then reusing the parts we'd rather it crash back down to earth.

  54. Paul Binski

    Paul Binski

    个月 前

    Is there free breakfast at the ISS Hotel, or does it cost extra? At what time do I have to leave and do I have to pay for a full day if I overstay this time by one hour?

  55. S124434

    S124434

    个月 前

    I feel we should possibly become ambitious, artificial gravity on the space station could be interesting, parts of the space station with near earth gravity and others with micro gravity for experiments. I feel.

  56. Jason Nightingale

    Jason Nightingale

    个月 前

    @Joe Scott What are the odds for Bigelow Aerospace's inflatable modules being impacted by space debris?

  57. SUNGEAR59

    SUNGEAR59

    个月 前

    Recycled spent stages is a good idea ! But who gets to sleep in the one smelling of kerosene or hyperbolic fuel No the latter will just kill you instantly ! I'm guessing there will be only a few that can be utilised

  58. 태선우TaeSunWoo

    태선우TaeSunWoo

    个月 前

    Ah yeah it’s all coming together. We’re heading towards the Zenon: Girl of the 21st Century timeline

  59. MainCoon

    MainCoon

    个月 前

    No CCP participation.

  60. Giovanni Itchee

    Giovanni Itchee

    个月 前

    Putting old space debris together into viable Space Stations sounds very The Expanse.

  61. Peterborough Peteborough

    Peterborough Peteborough

    个月 前

    wouldnt it make more sense to use the earth to sling shot rockets to mars than the moon?

    • Peterborough Peteborough

      Peterborough Peteborough

      5 天 前

      @ann onn its just he says about using the moon in the video. I think it would make more sense to fly back to earth for an assist than just leave from the moon.

    • ann onn

      ann onn

      6 天 前

      @Peterborough Peteborough All the planets in our solar system have been used for "slingshots". And the Sun. But not, as far as I am aware, our Moon. It's rather small.

    • Peterborough Peteborough

      Peterborough Peteborough

      6 天 前

      @ann onn so they all used the earth for the sling shot not the moon?

    • ann onn

      ann onn

      个月 前

      That doesn't work the same way. The Moon is in orbit of the Earth, so to get there, you get into orbit, then widen the orbit. Mars isn't orbiting the Earth. To use one planet to slingshot to another planet, you need to be travelling extremely fast, outside of Earth's orbit. That is often done with missions to other planets. For example, Juno can back towards the Earth two years after launch, and slingshotted around it to head towards Jupiter. For a more complex example, have a look at Cassini. That used Venus, then Earth, then Jupiter to get to Saturn. It took about seven years.

  62. Stan Brown

    Stan Brown

    个月 前

    If the movie budget is $200M, and it costs $55M per person to get someone to the “set” how does the math work?

  63. Robert Tsui

    Robert Tsui

    个月 前

    with the upcoming hyperinflation, it will make sense to double the cost.

    • Steve Acho

      Steve Acho

      24 天 前

      Hyperinflation? You may want to check your house for carbon monoxide leaks.

  64. Liberty Bell

    Liberty Bell

    个月 前

    Yo! I just watched the movie 'For all Mankind' and I was wondering about the actual physics behind firing a gun on the surface of the moon? Would the bullet traveling at 2600fps stay trapped in the moons orbit? Would it eventually succumb to gravity and drop? Or would it escape orbit and travel into the unknown???

    • ann onn

      ann onn

      个月 前

      The Moon's escape velocity is almost 8,000 fps, so it'd remain in Moon orbit. At some point, it'd fall to the surface because not only is there gravity, there's a thin atmosphere.

  65. Robin Jacobs

    Robin Jacobs

    个月 前

    What! Wait? After spending many BILLIONS of our tax dollars on the ISS, their already talking about trashing it? PURE INSANITY!!!!!!!

  66. Darrel Sapp

    Darrel Sapp

    个月 前

    Nanoracks airlock looks surprisingly like the ones in Interstellar

  67. Atom The Great

    Atom The Great

    个月 前

    Holy shit bro you're super boring dude you are extremely boring I mean you are Beyond boring

  68. EvilAbed

    EvilAbed

    个月 前

    The reason Russia has the record for longest time in space is because the Soviet Union collapsed and they couldn't bring their guy back.

    • ann onn

      ann onn

      个月 前

      The longest stay was in 1994. The Soviet Union collapsed in 1991.

  69. Korycaswell7887

    Korycaswell7887

    个月 前

    I love Tim D. But funk him for ruining OLF.

  70. Luke Aladeen

    Luke Aladeen

    个月 前

    Get some sleep

  71. Thomas Crane

    Thomas Crane

    个月 前

    Don’t build them in space. Build it here an take it up there. Elon can make that happen.

  72. Recouper

    Recouper

    个月 前

    China; exporting dictatorship to outer space. Yay! Sounds like a Gray Still Plays idea..

    • Recouper

      Recouper

      个月 前

      ​@wiiistful oh, it seems I've unearthed an actual fan of the CCP. And I'm guessing, by extension Marxism? You shouldn't interchange the nouns "China" and "CCP", they are two separate and entirely different things. I don't think I've ever seen anything from Serpentza, I didn't know he existed before you mentioned him. I guess there just isn't enough spare time in a working man's life to know all the youtubers. I do know YeonmiParkOfficial (cnglobal.infovideos) and ChinaUncensored (cnglobal.infovideos). But I watch a wide range of "content", as they call it. The CCP is a dictatorship. To say otherwise is blatantly denying plain reality.

    • wiiistful

      wiiistful

      个月 前

      @Recouper Wow, you put Laowhy86 inside Joe Scott commentary section, what an insult. Laowhy86 and is bud Serpentza are both racist and sinophobe, your idol went as far as to hate his kid for looking too much Asian. Put some research on the Xinjiang situation if you care to have independent thinking, it's just another massive lie from the US like what they did with the Koweit war or the Irak war. China is far from been a dictatorship btw. A little research of the definition of a dictatorship and a look at China's regime would blow away your belief.

    • Recouper

      Recouper

      个月 前

      @wiiistful I wouldn't call Joe Scott "the media". I don't know how likely it is that the CPP expansionist dictatorship will successfully get itself a foothold in orbit, but if there is a reason to doubt the content Joe's presentation, I'm not versed enough in the subject of future space missions to say. But, if it is highly unlikely, then good. In the meantime, lets remind ourselves how imperative it is that the CCP cease to exist as soon as possible: cnglobal.info/faq/yJV6Z5qvoHx7aLY/sh-p-n.html

    • wiiistful

      wiiistful

      个月 前

      Son if you care about knowledge and not be a sheep, do your research instead of repeating what the media told you like a parrot.

  73. Robin Toonen

    Robin Toonen

    个月 前

    I will be really sad when the ISS deorbits. It will be like graduation and going to 40 h workweeks. Especially because it will coincide for me XD

  74. Steven Rofe

    Steven Rofe

    个月 前

    Joe here is a question based on my far retched (future) idea. Taking your announcement of a robot arm headed for the space station, thoughts of future space stations, concepts of construction in space, previous articles of storing energy with molten material and a guess that cutting up space junk may involve lasers, I of course went in thought to a TV series of a spaceship that sometimes marketed in junk. I want to see construction take place in space. I want to see the space around Earth be cleaned up. “What if” solar energy not only empowered the lasers but also maintained an energy bank of molten metal. This collection of molten metal could also be sold to a refiner to separate the various metals who would also sell to the construction outfit that would print space station girders. My second “What if” involves a fleet of those round automated vacuum cleaners chasing down dead satellites?

    • ann onn

      ann onn

      个月 前

      You can see construction in space. Last Sunday, I watched them fit new solar panels on the ISS.

  75. Crazy4hire

    Crazy4hire

    个月 前

    Im honestly expecting China having a mayor disaster in space in the next 2 decades.

    • wiiistful

      wiiistful

      个月 前

      @Crazy4hire That's the good spirit! Did China get a bad attitude now? One of the launchers? You mean the booster that came back on earth and crash in the Indian Ocean? Did you know that all their booster got a reentry system that normally makes it crash on China lands? You probably already saw some videos about booster crashing near villages (intended by China to allow easy recovery and cleanup). They definitely have the will, they are still lacking the tech (using highly toxic propellant). I do think they give a rat ass about anyone else, but since they are kind of like the black swan (left on the side) they do what they can. Little reminder that the Chinese space agency is really not old, the first Chinese to go in space happened less than 2 decades ago! Having concerns about China is normal, but you got to remind yourself that China is still very much a developing country that can't meet all western standard in every area. What we know so far though is once they start carrying about something, they get real serious about it. China has made numerous moves towards cooperation between nation regarding space research.

    • Crazy4hire

      Crazy4hire

      个月 前

      @wiiistful I don't bro, I honestly hope and pray for a future on space where all are welcome!!, But Chinas attitude towards everything seems to be well... Not nice!. Look at what at happened recently with one of the launchers. They have the will, the tech, but they just don't give a rat ass about anyone else. But I don't want them to fail, I WANT THE RIGHT NEXT TO EVERY NATION IN THE STARS! Proud and successful.

    • wiiistful

      wiiistful

      个月 前

      And why would you wish this? The Chinese space station is open to every countries's astronaut (even the US). Wishing China to fail is wishing everybody to fail.

  76. Chris

    Chris

    个月 前

    Please stop being such a spacex/tesla/musk fanboy. It's unbecoming.

  77. Desperado

    Desperado

    个月 前

    Whenever i see things like this by china or most scientific tech they developing, i just sigh. Cuz you know their only doing it for themselves, rather then for humankind as a whole, given how thet dont really play well with others, i dont they would be willing to share much, if anything; with other countries. I mean hell, even the russians are playing ball and learning to work together with international community now. Now India...could go either way. Not enough info. Reason i mention this is cuz we will get the best results by pooling resources and working together rather just going off and doing their own thing. I hope this isnt seen as an defamation of China as a whole or its people but rather their horrible bordering on fascism government. Its not like decisions like these arent made by the CCPs top brass. This is also one of the times i actually hope im totally wrong but knowing just how bad their govt can be, is it really much of a stretch?

  78. IneptOrange

    IneptOrange

    个月 前

    I love how Joe's presentation style hasn't changed in 14 years.

  79. Ghost

    Ghost

    个月 前

    I hope Bigelow comes back

  80. Living Corpse

    Living Corpse

    个月 前

    Sometimes the best way to make a film is to film something real and on location. The fact Tom Cruise is gonna be in a space film (or at least a film with a space scene) and the movie (be it the entire film or a small scene) is gonna actually be filmed in space is pretty cool to me.

  81. CL Lok

    CL Lok

    个月 前

    Ideally, in the near future, when agencies like NASA or JAXA wants to run a project, they'd just purchase the various systems (rocket, lander, habitat module etc) the same way airlines purchase their passenger planes now. Choose, pay and get what they pay for at the agreed upon schedule. None of all those cost overruns and schedule delay crap that we have now. That's what the private space sector is supposed to facilitate...

  82. DeepsEmo

    DeepsEmo

    个月 前

    Moon walk!! Yes the first moon walk was done by Michael Jackson and the rest was a fake hollywood movie. Get over it.

  83. user

    user

    个月 前

    i have'nt heard of skylab until now lol

  84. ryad boulasbaa

    ryad boulasbaa

    个月 前

    The psychedelic begonia specially part because encyclopedia orally sneeze astride a cold shark. labored, shallow mascara

  85. mozfy nfqcu

    mozfy nfqcu

    个月 前

    The modern kilogram ganguly start because karen concurrently drag circa a plant radiator. limping, moaning friday

  86. C Melton

    C Melton

    个月 前

    I vote we call them Bigelow Bags

  87. Wemdiculous

    Wemdiculous

    个月 前

    Can’t we just weave a Bigelow style spaceship in space and make it Pluto sized?

  88. Michael Holloway

    Michael Holloway

    个月 前

    When will there be an explanation of why anyone needs a "rest stop" in orbit round the moon? What will such a "rest stop" be able to provide?

  89. Genaro Scala

    Genaro Scala

    个月 前

    Indentured laborers, attention... If you don't meet your productivity quotas your oxygen allowance will be reduced. -

  90. 박훤니

    박훤니

    个月 前

    So that bigelow thing is basically a big balloon?!! Lol! I'm never gonna get into that thing even if I get to.

  91. Lucky Larry

    Lucky Larry

    个月 前

    I imagine a giant railgun on or orbiting the moon to launch ships, probes, basically anything that wants to get to mars or anywhere fast.

  92. GOD's BEAUTIFUL FLAT EARTH

    GOD's BEAUTIFUL FLAT EARTH

    个月 前

    Complete nonsense.

  93. Bob Sullivan

    Bob Sullivan

    个月 前

    Actually, Lunar Orbital Gateway was already eliminated from Artemis. Now will be direct moonshots.

  94. Bob Sullivan

    Bob Sullivan

    个月 前

    Top Gun - 3, “MoOnRaKeR”. All CCP-offending references will (of course) be scrubbed from the movie 🍿 to maximize distribution in communist China 🇨🇳 The aggressor country for TopGun-III will be . . . Canadastan. 🙄

  95. Bob Sullivan

    Bob Sullivan

    个月 前

    I was mad about (1) SkyLab and (2) Apollo-Soyuz BECAUSE it used up two Saturn-Vs that should’ve been Apollo-18 and Apollo-19. 🤬

  96. sdfs sds

    sdfs sds

    个月 前

    The steep flight superfamily start because buzzard anatomically try into a fearful fearless oxygen. cheerful, political dolphin

  97. LIFEID.health previous content and site (eTagz)

    LIFEID.health previous content and site (eTagz)

    个月 前

    48 degrees... SpaceCraft cemetery! I wish I could go there and pick up those remaining parts and create art out of them. Someone should

  98. Perry Courtis

    Perry Courtis

    个月 前

    Very good video I appreciate your content

  99. bsandy.com

    bsandy.com

    个月 前

    Great research. Thanks. 8-15-2021 will be 50 years of leaving the Brentwoods Accord. Reset of the global monetary system? I didn't say that, who said that?

  100. Ezeckel Reichert

    Ezeckel Reichert

    个月 前

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