Where does NASA keep the Moon Rocks? - Smarter Every Day 220

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  • Published on:  Tuesday, July 9, 2019
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  • SmarterEveryDay

    SmarterEveryDay

     3 months ago +4237

    Andrea (the lab manager) is awesome.


    I must confess. Any "wingeing" you hear from Brady Haran about how long this collab took is 100% true. We filmed this 4 years ago (!). He's bugged me to publish it every two months or so, so as a way to express my sincere apology I'd like to humbly request that you go watch his video and consider subscribing on Objectivity. Also, if you do so, please leave a comment about how it was worth the wait and he should quit his wingeing. Here's his video. (I didn't know about the Genesis Rock!) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yvhLBzsDwSQ


    Also check out Joe Hanson's video! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qr28zMXQ3bU

  • Jerzey Boy1995

    Jerzey Boy1995

     2 hours ago

    No moon rock crabs yet?

  • addicz2

    addicz2

     3 hours ago

    They build a room for 'moon rocks'. So when people ask where is the rock. They can show it to the world. Very far insight indeed.

  • ColdPhoenix94

    ColdPhoenix94

     11 hours ago

    So basically they can put the pieces together, then ship it back to the moon and place them in their initial places with the same orientation as they were.

  • Anders Ekengren

    Anders Ekengren

     12 hours ago

    have they compared these moonrock samples with the Russians ?

  • The1stFishBone

    The1stFishBone

     2 days ago

    Why are they stored in Nitrogen instead of Argon? Was it impossible to separate Argon in the 70s or something?

  • Raymond Stemmer

    Raymond Stemmer

     3 days ago

    I keep my rocks down my pants

  • supriadi kartadarma

    supriadi kartadarma

     5 days ago

    Yep those rock are from desert..

  • Adil Hanif

    Adil Hanif

     5 days ago

    Just wow cant believe

  • kaleidoscope dct

    kaleidoscope dct

     5 days ago

    I have to evolve my Nidorino. Now I know where to go. Thanks Youtube

  • LegoLord.

    LegoLord.

     7 days ago

    NASA is nothing but lies.

  • John paul Lazaro

    John paul Lazaro

     7 days ago

    what if someone farted inside the room

  • Trav Birck

    Trav Birck

     7 days ago

    This is maybe my favorite. I m a soapstone carver. Most of my rocks are 5-750 pounds to start. My carvings are 6- .25#. I love how they catalog the slices and pieces. Stellar work

  • Kevin C

    Kevin C

     7 days ago

    I wonder how many dudes got fired from being DUDES, so only women are left at this job that requires precision caring :D

  • John

    John

     7 days ago

    You want some moon rock, dude? I'll get ya some moon rock.

  • Unplugged Brains

    Unplugged Brains

     7 days ago

    Ñeil
    Ãrmstrong
    $moke them
    Ãll....

  • FullHeartedGamer

    FullHeartedGamer

     7 days ago

    So I'm really not sure just how many people have noticed, but I fear the documentation aspects of this system.


    Just as a glance, Andrea (who seems amazing and would be really awesome to meet) just so happened to state "254" at 14:55 which 254 is noticeable at the left of the page.


    Could we start a discussion on how something like this could be resolved? Maybe label maker type system?
    Just wanna hear some thoughts.

  • paul skillman

    paul skillman

     7 days ago

    Did Russia & China get any of these samples?

  • Tommy Reusse

    Tommy Reusse

     7 days ago

    Fact! some of these "moon rocks" turned out to be nothing more than petrified wood from earth.

  • Sultan Mehmood Ghaznavi

    Sultan Mehmood Ghaznavi

     7 days ago

    LOL! man never set foot on earth! it was a big Hollywood hoax to bankrupt Soviets as Soviets kept wasting billions in space while their public nose dived into poverty. why can NASA go today with modern tech?