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"Russia and China announce cooperation on moon base"
Looks like Artemis might be getting more funding.
Scott manages to have better audio quality than 90% of YouTube while standing on a random cliff in Hawaii right next to the ocean
It's official: The end of the world is pretty chill
Plot twist: Scott Manley is waiting for the starship splashdown!
SPACERACE 2: lets do something constructive with our mutual distrust
I absolutely love the low-production-cost intro.
The more interest other countries show the more money the US Congress will make available to ensure the US gets there first
Lol… guess who messed up the editing….
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Those Minotaurs jump off the pad! Not surprising considering their origin.
The NASA administrator was happy that he finally had a reason to ask Congress for funding
Scott is making more videos on vacation than he did back home lmao
More ESA news would be cool. My heart and tax goes to them.
We're literally living in a new space race. How cool. Lunar colonies :-D
"It's not the end of the world, but you can see it from here."
Update: The 3 Shenzhou Twelve taikonauts have entered the Tiangong Space Station!
Silly name, "end of the world". It's a vulcanic island that's still growing. It should be called "the beginning of the world".
He's doing an amazing job with the new intro
I love orion sitting there in the background listening to his dad talk about rockets to a camera
At least they didn't choose Shackleton Crater for the Russia China moon base. That didn't go too well in For All Mankind.
My father was in charge of building the first Minuteman missile. He got a medal for it because it was the first project that was finished on time. I've got a dissected injector plate from a test rig. It was meticulously machined and then ruined and cut open.
I remember National Geo calling every remote place "the end of the world" glad Simon Pegg made a movie messing with the world's end
8:42 The incredible shrinking rocket.
My Mother worked on Minute Man when she wasn't involved in Apollo. I grew up in an interesting household.
The good thing from this chinese-russian moon thing is, now NASA will have an easier time getting funds🤔
Those Minotaurs look like they *really* want to go to space today.
7:24 they accidentally put footage of their planned death star in there
I want For All Mankind to be real, we're long overdue.
Best opening on Youtube, can't change my mind!
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Seems like there's been a lot more space news than usual while Scott has been on vacation, I guess unlucky timing with the conference
Can we just appreciate this man recording in landscape?
I nominate Scott Manley as a crewman on the first Starship moon mission.
Interesting bits of extra footage at the end. 😊
Well, this is very “for all man kind”
Scott don't worry that you couldn't remember the names of
Chinese Astronauts, it's not the
_End Of The World!_
It's not the real end of the world.
Where are the cats that push things off the edge and watch them fall away?
imagine being Roscosmos, cooperating both China and US's side in nu-space race
God damn that sky has the most beautiful blue I've seen in ages
1:15 Is that Orion?? Looks like he just finished a massive 12h shift and climbed a mountain 😂
The Space race is on baby. Bring it!!!
oh boy the background keeps on getting better and better!!!!
Taco Bell AND Scott Manley to finish the night right?!? I'm not worthy
If there is a "Spacewalk Officer" will we have a "Moonwalk Officer" in the near future ? 🤔
Wait till they find Inignot and Err. They'll abandon their plans immediately.
I thought my dreams came true electroBOOM and Scott Manley Together at last. It was the beatboxing at the start that got me.
Pegasus has possibly the best wing ever made, specially designed by Scaled Composites for the insane pullup manoeuvre Pegasus does.
I don't remember the numbers but the ratio between the weight of the wing and the load it takes is crazy.
That moment when you realize your space suit is older than your dads car.
Wow, that’s a Lockheed TriStar!
This is really exciting stuff! The Russians can bring their technology and decades of experience, and the Chinese will have the funding. Between Space X, Artemis, and now this, we are truly living in exciting times!
*Scott* -- Interesting aside - re the Minuteman One being used for the launch.
In the Star-Trek Movie 'First Contact' -- Zephram Cochrane - used a Titan ICBM to power his ship - 'Phoenix' into space.
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