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This one was a wild ride. Now go get your dang Build Box in time for Christmas and let's make some cool stuff together. crunchlabs.com
You are the best dude keep up the amazing work! 👍👍👍
Instead of steerable fins (that impart a rotation) how about 4 trim tabs perhaps 1cm wide and 2 cm high mounted, top hinged (maybe cut into) the fuselage and mounted between the now fixed fins? Individually controlled. Pushing the lower edge of one tab into the airflow would push the engine end sideways without imparting rotation.
kinda keen. 5 million views in less than 10 hours wow.
Mark! You should put the eggs in acrylic and make a plaque
I especially like the part where you finally realize you're trying to make a precision guided missile, and the acknowledgment that those who know.... Literally cannot help you.
I sure bet those ukrainians would have liked to know! No more duct taping smartphones into RC planes that are 3D printed LOL
I like it.
This moment made me put down my phone and get help from laughing too hard, followed by a long moment wondering about "forbidden knowledge" in the US and how Mark almost accidentally discovered some.
Definitely the best part of the video 😂
I like the part where we see nothing at all and wasted 26 mins of my life
I myself am in the space industry and I know personally what it’s like to fail, and I loved how you kept going even if you failed and persevered throughout the whole journey. Thanks for being an inspiration to all future engineers and current ones.
Beam me up
Send me anywhere
Send me to the diamond planetI’m aware that they can’t be sold I just want to see it for myself /j /lh
@Teresa McGinty Me too! Send me to Uranus!
send me to mercury
This is really crazy. Mark, your friends are the coolest and you are the coolest guy in Clip-Share. It's an admirable feat y'all have done even if it's something you didn't expect to go along your way but the egg survived!
There's no way to appreciate the time and effort required that goes into this. But nevertheless, when I see vids like this, especially from Mark, I'm completely glued to the screen and very grateful for all the work done and money well-spent. Thanks so much dude, to you and your team for your absolute TENACITY after crushing failures. You're such a blessing to the rest of us screen goons. LOVE THIS!
Did you or would it have been possible to hatch those eggs after launch? A true space chicken.
@Robert Campbell theres nothing to suggest the eggs werent fertised. its perfectly possible that they were
This person doesn’t know how chicken eggs work. Chickens lay eggs but they have to be fertilized by the rooster to make a new chick
@Monica Wrong, i’m a chicken who was born after falling from spafe
No, that would have been impossible due to the temperature extremes they experienced.
My specialty is firearms but I feel for the expert here. How many times has someone come to me with some “great idea” and then I go “that’s at least ten years in prison”
@Comrade Everclear No, 2A does not apply to every type of firearm.
Led me to think
@Sean O'Hara Which in no way counteracts the "shall not be infringed" part.
Which part of the Constitution is that written in?
Amazing! Thanks for sharing this adventure with us.
Yes our kids loved this one. One even gave a shout out to Mark in his latest video as Mark has inspired him to become an engineer.
The true question is, did you make an omelet with the space eggs?
@Sandra Salóme Only one of them. The beachball egg only had stuffing insulation (no electrical parts).
He said that the egg was hot and since it never went up as high as they had hoped (and so it never got as cold as they had estimated), it could be that the oven had cooked the eggs. So no omelette, but a cooked egg nonetheless. I could be way off here tho, just a guesstimate 😂
@Sagar Sudhir Ganu yez
Would you want to consume something that experienced soo much trauma?😒
That would have given some super space egg powers...
I thought that for this "EGG drop task" you get limited materials as otherwise a guy who goes to space and comes back with and egg can be the simplest solution :D
You went all way to do the 10km test drop, had redundant servos, redundant igniters, reduntant leads... but no redundant egg? 🤣
Just send redundant astronauts to space. If one doesn't make it, you still have one in reserve.
@Catiko that's great
The test drop was 10,000 ft (3.05 km), not 10km
Marks video here is a perfect example of "you don't lose, you learn"
You haven't failed, if you dont give up.
I'm glad he included footage of his disappointment and frustration.
You lose but you learned. You don't want to lose something? then you will never learn.
did the egg get coocked inside or was it not hot enough to cook?
They were only going about supersonic (~340 m/s) and objects start to burn up around mach 5 (~1700 m/s). The egg probably heated up more from the heating implement than friction heat.
This is amazing... Science is amazing.. well done
The egg drop height is the height it is dropped from the rocket. 300m?
I can imagine that egg in the nasa training for its a amazing space adventure. 😂 🥚
I absolutely never heard of balloons being sent to space on daily basis around the world. Thanks
Most countries send them up daily, but didnt know that they all launch at about the same time globally!
This guy took the chickens egg from under it then accidentally dropped it 😢
@Gus Sharples Sphere of influence and atmospheres are very different. What you're saying applies to the sun, which has an atmosphere that covers the solar system (memory could be hazy) and a SOI that effects neighboring systems.As far as I know Earth's magnetic field doesn't reach the moon, the Sun's does for at the inner planets (again memory hazy).
@riot Leaving the atmosphere requires reaching escape velocity, the only things on Earth with enough propulsion to do so are space rockets and some major volcanic eruptions.Orbit is essentially moving so fast you miss the ground, gas can't move that fast naturally. They "float" in the atmosphere by their weight then are pulled down by gravity.
@Howder03 It's not that it can't "break through" the atmosphere. The reason that the balloon is rising is that it is less dense than the atmosphere around it. That means that it rises, despite the fact that there is a downward force (due to gravity). When it gets to a high enough altitude, the concentration of atmospheric molecules around it will mean that the atmosphere has the same density as the balloon itself. At that point, it will stop rising, but there is no barrier. To keep moving at that point, you would need another force to overcome gravity. As there is precious little atmosphere to create a reaction force against, rockets would be the only way to go - but even then, you are not breaking through anything - there's no surface tension or anything like that.
I am so inspired by science and how you can do fun things with it, to me science is like a theme park. I may be only thirteen but that doesn't mean I am too young to be a scientist. Maybe in the future kids like me will be allowed to take official "junior" university courses.
I hope u made a fabulous omelet with these eggs
Wow. What a great video. Everybody should watch your.
i love that you guys played plants vs zombie theme song in the background. :))
I WISHED they would have cracked the eggs to check what happened to the yolk.
Frr tho what if the yolk mixed in with the white
Were the mini cushioning airbags @12:49 supposed to inflate?, if things went to plan?
I’m really tempted to buy this (The Crunch Lans box) and I’m 22
That says a lot about motherhood.
Imagine having the determination to spend 3 years in a projects just for a video ❤️
i loved the plant vs zombie soundtrack in the video , did anyone notice it :)
I'm just imagine it falling on someone's head
why is the terminal velocity of a human higher than that of an egg?
Did you ever get a final number on the altitude of the drop? Because for the world record books, we need that
100000 ft ×4_×223%= 110
atleast 10 feet
100 thousand feet they said
100100 feet I think
appreciate your effort bro, to answere our silly questions😁 Never think that you make it real!
It’ll be a fried egg by the time it gets to earth great way to save on electricity
They went out there with one single egg? Nobody thought to bring an extra?
I felt like I let my team down , my friend, my bank account
I love all of the trial and error. It’s fantastic to see that everything doesn’t always go to plan.
do you think the egg got scrambled while falling??
if fertilized egg fell through that and survive, I wonder what will happen to it. will it mutated? or the inside broke out on the inside?Maybe it can talk lol
It would have frozen and died in space or from the trauma from falling
Amazing and highly educational. This is time very well spent for a production done well. Thanks guys, awesome!
a. What is the object?b. What causes the impulse?c. How does this impulse change the velocity of the object?
Was the egg cooked by the end? Like hard-boiled? 😂
Imagine if the egg was completely frozen on the inside? 💀
How naive to mate the two separately build rocket halves on the morning of the launch
NASA : ..... employee of the year*EGG* :
I really enjoyed that! Great idea.... I'd like to see more and varied balloon space missions actually.... 😎
The egg could have cracked open one following and it could have been fried but if that was fried and it landed on a pan I would eat that but I wouldn't probably
Did either hard-boile? If u cracked them on camera that would have sealed this video
You guys are sooo determined… you have been with me through my whole science career… i want you to know i appreciate that… thanks 😀
Did the control egg break?
When he said the guidance system on the first prototype failed because of "a single rogue negative sign in the code"..I felt that.
I've literally had that happen to me on a missile guidance system I was coding.
@AliSpark A If you find coding fun, might want to take it for real no?
I'm learning python
“We’ve got redundancy all over the place”Except for the single negative sign in the code😂😂😂
I'm no coder but as someone who's character in WoW just bugged and fell through the ground.. I felt that.
Did you really scare that many birds
I love how his videos are really entertaining, but he also shows lessons with his videos too.
You never seize to amaze me
Joe and Mark, two of my favorite guys on the entire internet working together on a crazy project. It was spectacularly entertaining to watch. Keep making more of these please! Thanks a lot! Greetings from Argentina! 🙂
Elon Musk REALLY wants to hire Mark Rober… but he can’t afford him! 😂 (And, of course, Mark is waaaay to smart sign on for that BS!)
I love the effort he puts into this I was amazed at how he even got it into space for a second it’s crazy.
Absolutely, wonderfully inspirational. I've been trying to teach my kids (12, 6, 6) to embrace failure as a blessing and opportunity. I can't wait to show my daughter this video. We watch all of Mark's videos together.
imagine if it was a real baby chicken inside...
why didnt you just pick a egg from the shelf next to the chickens would have bin way easy-er and didn't disturb them
This kinda made me want to cry
What I love is the way you do hilarious videos and spend so much time without giving up. The builds are adorable, and your videos on making them brighten 23 million people's days.I also love the way you can pivot when a problem comes up, and your creative ways of solving them. Go Mark!
Amazing. I really want to go up to space one day. Being able to see the earth from so high must be an exhilarating experience.
I was way more emotionally invested in this video than I expected. 🤣
i love how honest he is with his mistakes true accountability is really refreshing
You are truly one of the most badass human beings to ever walk the Earth.
You know that chicken eggs are baby's because she would"t be so protective
he used to land things on other planets????what??!
Being a prototyper myself i must tell you how much I've enjoyed watching all your completely insane nuts brilliance!!! Gave me goosebumps + big motivation for my own next inventions. Thanks a lot ... keep being crazy.
This channel is so awesome! Kids need this type of education so they can learn to 1) think, 2) accept defeats without giving up, 3) and learn how to invent and have fun. Great job! You have me thinking about STEM projects I can do with my grandchildren now. They love science and your build boxes!
As Warren Buffet said “The more you learn, the more you earn”. Thank you for the educating and awesome video Mark!
no eggs were broken to make this video
Let me start by saying how cool your videos and labs are. I purchased one for my Gson for Christmas. Another thing to say is 😆,"I am amazed at how over-engineered where you" in that both solutions successfully protected the egg. We should have also learned that "science" does not always give an absolute or perfect answer. We can get it wrong on so many levels, but the effort seems to have been worth it.
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The fact that he could drop an egg in space is epic!!
I love that he made two ways for the egg to survive, one was super engineered, the other was wrapped in bubble wrap, and they both did not crack
This is awesome. I watched the entire video smiling. It has been a long while since I have seen something this amazing. The whole journey from an idea to a final touchdown with 2 unbroken eggs is inspiring. I think I want to be an engineer to build cool stuff. 😅.
The jumping the birds scene was AMAZING!! You rock dude.
I think the best part of this whole video is how many times the project failed. That really shows just how much perseverance and dedication Mark has to these things.
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Yes, also a great team working on his side.
im better than mark rober cry about it
like the rover?
The helium voice and the giant flock of birds actually made me laugh uncontrollably. Those were the funniest things I've seen today, and I'm so glad I clicked on this video, or else I wouldn't get to see those.
You're all a bunch of geniuses. Thanks for the ride. Lots of fun.
Altitude reached was 100,100 feet (18.95 miles/ 30.51 kilometers). Congrats Mark : )Since technically Outer Space actually begins at the Kármán line at 328,084 feet (62 miles / 100 kilometers), will you ever do a part 2 or another Space Drop Video? I just love these videos (BTW it doesn't have to be an egg).
This is so cool and silly that watching that balloon finally rise for the 4th time actually made me tear up a little lol
i'm blown away by how much effort this was...you just say "a couple months later" and it takes us three seconds to watch. i'm so amazed. props to you for all the hard work you put into this and all of your videos. they are a joy to watch.
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He's doing so Mark doesn't lose any more sleep trying to solve these complex problems.
its crazy to think that there are people who actually put time and effort into their hobbys, 6 years ago we were making Spongebob at 3 AM 24-hour challenge videos.im amazed by Mark, he actually does it for his viewers, trying to inspire them to be creative.
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Doubt you'll ever see this but a ball bearing swivel could solve your twisting issue. We used them a lot on fishing boats to prevent line twist.
4:30 and Mark’s scream made this whole video worthwhile. Priceless 😂
The egg drop tube looks and functions hysterically like the one I made for my high school egg drop - overkill as it was just being dropped off the gym roof XD
I really liked the build, fail, and adapt in this video, much more the life of an engineer 😀
Such a massive production
Plot twist: egg hatches as it lands on the mattress
By far the shortest 27 minute video I’ve ever seen! Time “flies” when you’re having fun!
Incredible, amazing to watch, I felt every moment alongside you all xxxxxx
Epic, congratulations my friends! 💯💪
I love you calling the expert:“Dude can you help us with this silly egg thing?”“Um you’re trying to make a guided missile so no”🤣
Nah fam. Just dropping an egg. Trust me bro.
@-.- please share the number. I need to talk to bryan
@grimsdespise it was visible, they censored it sometime within 24h of release.
@-.- would he put a phone number in a shot without some tape (that wont destroy the paper)?
@Bo Chapman what technology, guided missiles exist since 1943 (the v2) and the scud (1960s tech) Is the most copied guided missile in the world
2 for 2! Congratulations y'all! That was awesome!
That's impressive, now make a two-egg omelet with only eggs that have been in space.Checkmate
Just before this video I had watched Veritasium's last video, and my conclusion is, that dropping something can be a very complicated thing. 😀
MY BRO TOOK A CHILD- (the egg)
The question is the egg cooked
I have recently seen a video of two guys dropping eggs onto grass with drones. The eggs were dropped with nothing attached and when dropped on grass, they didn’t break. I think they went as high as 300 feet? I was curious on your thoughts on this and wondered what the height would have to be to break the egg. I don’t remember if they hit terminal velocity, but I thought the correlation between these two videos were interesting. Love the videos.
will it break when????
I love that you spent three years on this and built a rocket, but ultimately the beachball and packing peanuts worked just as well
That section with Adam was hilarious, the way he pointed out that you were making a guided missile made me laugh!! So cool to be able to call someone like that too
@Connor Bradley 10:54
Could I get a timestamp?
@mdrzncan you put me in a room if i make a guided missile?
@Gun Catto They were trying to make something that can accurately deliver a payload to a specific area. If you replace the egg with a warhead, you have a “DIY” precision-guided missile.
Is it just me, or did everyone miss the photoshop on the braid cable @ 22:53 ?