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Weekly Wrapup 229: Beware of Creeps Sending Airdrops, Nuke and Pave an iMac, NAS is not backup

Sponsored by Plex: No premiere this week as I’m at a meeting. This week we look at Smart TV privacy, more thoughts on cheap Android boxes, NYC banning inappropriate AirDrops, Nintendo drops their draconian content strikes, and more. See all of this week’s mentioned content: and subscribe! VIDEO INDEX: 00:16 – Today’s Topics 01:01 – Supporter Thank Yous 01:28 – Ad: New Plex Audio Features 03:44 – Week in Review: Extra’s Channel : 04:58 – Week in Review : Main…

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Designing a tiny home to orbit the Moon

NASA wants to build another space station — except this one won’t live in a close orbit around Earth. Instead, it will be sent into deep space to orbit around the moon and then someday…Mars. Within the last year, NASA has begun planning for a much smaller astronaut outpost, a new destination dubbed the Gateway. The idea is for this space station to serve as a place for astronauts to live and train for excursions to and from the lunar…

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How astronauts handle medical meltdowns in space

When astronauts go into space they need to be in peak physical fitness, but that doesn’t mean they can’t get sick. And when they do, there is no clinic or hospital nearby. In this episode, Loren visits the STRATUS Center in Boston, where simulations are being developed to train astronauts on how to handle medical emergencies. Subscribe: Like The Verge on Facebook: Follow on Twitter: Follow on Instagram: Read More: Community guidelines: Subscribe to Verge Science on YouTube, a new…

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I tried living on Mars — in Hawaii

In this season two premiere of Space Craft, Loren Grush takes us to a remote habitat on the island of Hawaii to simulate what life is like on the Red Planet. Subscribe: Like The Verge on Facebook: Follow on Twitter: Follow on Instagram: Read More: Community guidelines: Subscribe to Verge Science on YouTube, a new home base for our explorations into the future of science: source

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Space Craft: Season 2 Trailer

Would you choose to live on another planet if given the chance? How about living in space? In this season of Space Craft, follow along as Loren Grush investigates some of the ways people are preparing to live in space – from testing out habitats and growing food, to learning about the physiological challenges and medical trainings necessary to survive. Catch up on Season 1 of Space Craft with Loren Grush here: Subscribe: Like The Verge on Facebook: Follow on…

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Space Shuttle Discovery launch video from nasatweetup STS-133

Here is a compilation of video from the February 24, 2011 launch of Space Shuttle Discovery. I was fortunate enough to be selected for the STS-133 NASA Tweetup event and shared the experience with over a hundred of fellow space enthusiasts from around the world. This video was shot on a number of cameras, including an iPhone 4 (the opening crowd shot), a Nikon D7000 (the launch shot), and a Canon HF100 that captured the clock, flag, and astronauts observing…

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Weekly Wrapup 139: Big Channel Announcement! Best $200 Tablet, Intel’s Faulty C2xxx chips

See all of this week’s mentioned videos: – This week I update you all with a big announcement about the channel, Intel’s faulty chips found in NAS devices, NASA’s big find and more! Find a shield tablet here: (affiliate link) VIDEO INDEX: 00:46 – Week in review 02:48 – Big Announcement 05:36 – On My Mind: H3H3 Lawsuit and insuring against lawsuits 07:52 – Faulty Intel C2000 chips 10:24 – NASA’s Exoplanet discovery 11:41 – NASA’s awesome travel posters 12:13…

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The space station gets a new parking spot

NASA astronauts have just installed a new international docking adapter to the outside of the International Space Station. This new parking spot will allow future spacecraft from SpaceX and Boeing to automatically dock with the orbiting lab. Subscribe: Check out our full video catalog: Visit our playlists: Like The Verge on Facebook: Follow on Twitter: Follow on Instagram: Read More: source

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Tracking space junk

You may think the space around our Earth is empty, but there is actually a whole bunch of debris zooming around our planet at more than 17,000 mph. Subscribe: This space junk ranges in size from smaller than a marble to larger than a baseball, and it makes Earth orbit a whole lot more crowded — and dangerous. Check out our full video catalog: Visit our playlists: Like The Verge on Facebook: Follow on Twitter: Follow on Instagram: Read More:…

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How Scott Kelly’s year in space may have changed his body

NASA astronaut Scott Kelly is returning to Earth today, after spending nearly a year aboard the International Space Station. The idea behind his extended stay is to help NASA better prepare for trips into deep space. The microgravity environment can have some interesting effects on the human body, and NASA wants to know how astronauts will fare on lengthy missions to Mars. Subscribe: Check out our full video catalog: Visit our playlists: Like The Verge on Facebook: Follow on Twitter:…

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The making of NASA’s most powerful space telescope

After 20 years of contentious development, the main elements of NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope are finally complete. Subscribe: Now the spacecraft is just two years from its launch date, and there’s a lot left still to do before that happens. But if this telescope works, it will allow us to look deep into the Universe’s past, further back in time than we’ve ever seen before. Check out our full video catalog: Visit our playlists: Like The Verge on Facebook:…

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CES 2018 Dispatch 3: Larger brands, SteamVR on a phone, Razer Linda, and More

CES 2018 coverage sponsored by Silicondust: – in my final dispatch from CES 2018 I take a look at some cool stuff from a few well known brands! See my other CES2018 dispatches: and subscribe! VIDEO INDEX: 01:39 – Razer project Linda 02:24 – Sennheiser Ambeo Smart headset 03:26 – Retrobit Powerstick 04:10 – New SNES/NES combo carts with licensed games 05:29 – Retrobit Super Retro Trio 05:59 – Retrobit GoRetro Portable 06:40 – Retrobit Sega Genesis / Dreamcast /…

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iTunes 11, Surface Pro, and more – 90 Seconds on The Verge: Thursday, November 29, 2012

Brandom. Russell Brandom. (B)random. Noun. “The state of being okay with the following nonsensical description associated with a first-time 90 Seconds on The Verge appearance: 4 8 15 16 23 24… 4 8 15 16 23 24… 4 8 15 16 23 24… and so on.” More from The Verge: Subscribe: Check out our full video catalog: Visit our playlists: Like The Verge on Facebook: Follow on Twitter: Follow on Instagram: Read More: source

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Interview: Rocket Maker Derek Deville and the NASA Rocket that Melted His GoPro!

Visit Derek’s YouTube page: Derek Deville recently watched NASA and contractor ATK test a new solid rocket booster that will eventually launch the Space Launch System (SLS) and the Orion Spacecraft into Deep Space. Deville set up his GoPro just 25 feet away from the rocket and it melted during the test! But the memory card survived and had some awesome footage on it. Deville talks about the test as well as his own solid fuel powered model rockets. Some…

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NASA’s Cassini probe is about to dive into Saturn

NASA’s Cassini spacecraft will dive into Saturn’s atmosphere on September 15, putting an end to its 13-year mission at the planetary system. It’s a bittersweet moment for the mission team, though Cassini will leave an impressive legacy behind. Subscribe: Check out our full video catalog: Visit our playlists: Like The Verge on Facebook: Follow on Instagram: Read More: source

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