International Space Station Tour on Earth (1g) - Smarter Every Day 141

Published on Sep 10, 2015
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International Space Station Tour on Earth (1g) - Smarter Every Day 141

Goal: A simple, elegant tour of the Space Station that makes sense to Earth Bound Humans.
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Video Links:
1:35 – On Orbit Tour of Russian Segments
2:29 – Tour Node 1 on orbit
3:03 – See Space Station Cupola on orbit.
3:03 – Smarter Every Day Cupola Video
3:20 – Working out on the Space Station
3:26 – Space Station Bathroom tour
4:06 – Life support system on Station. (Pee into water)
5:06 – See the Airlock on orbit & Spacewalk Prep
5:17 – Science in the GloveBox
6:02 – See the -80 deg Freezer Video on Orbit
6:18 – Go to orbit and see Robonaut’s first movement
6:32 – See Visiting Vehicle Hatch Opening on Orbit
6:49 – WATCH THIS VIDEO of Scott explaining his sleeping quarters. (One of my favorites)
8:13 – Click here to see how much equipment is in Columbus on orbit.
8:28 – Click to watch how they Draw Blood in Microgravity
9:59 – Fish in Space
10:28 – Changing out an Instrumentation rack on Station.
11:00 – JPM Airlock Operation on Orbit

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A little behind the scenes for this video, early on animating that little mini map Eisen my animator discovered even small errors were very noticeable and distracted from the tour if the map wasn't reflecting reality within a few degrees. Animating anything for 10 minutes is a big deal so instead of trial and error, he put what he knew about the rules of perspective and made this grid system to line things up, all to make the dots on that map in the corner work like you'd expect them to.
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