Why SpaceX Built A Stainless Steel Starship

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  • Real Engineering
    Real Engineering  6 months ago +368

    The daily problems on Brilliant are actually fantastic. Great way to challenge your brain each day. Thanks again to Brilliant for making these videos possible: brilliant.org/realengineering/

    • uncle_creepy27
      uncle_creepy27 Day ago

      @Mike Jones hey you know what they say about a man with an accent, he can at least speak two languages. He could probably call you an asshat in multiple languages. 😜

    • James Anderson
      James Anderson 5 days ago

      @junior jn,,, cvvvhhhthhhhhhhahaAhaahh

    • John Daniel Hubbard
      John Daniel Hubbard 20 days ago

      alumiuminium ? HOW DO YOU SPELL THAT EINSTEIN?

    • Conny Container
      Conny Container 24 days ago

      @Valansch Thx, I think they're starting their own space program using swarm intelligence to solve problems they can't. Once they've colonized Titan they'll just laugh at their subscribers and point and their 'terms of service'.. brilliant !

    • Vincent Jr
      Vincent Jr Month ago

      That cooling mechanism . I am thinking about that idea just before starting this video . Than i got this news that some one also has same idea 😒😒😒😒

  • Dom Ex
    Dom Ex Hour ago

    that iso grid structure can be seen on Alumoinium BACOFOIL , yes that turkey wapping stuff everyone cooks with to increase strength over regular cooking foil
    that and a plastic laminar layer

  • Lily Hughes
    Lily Hughes 14 hours ago

    Mars , not ,Mers

  • LucasBrien
    LucasBrien 15 hours ago

    I phenolic impregnated carbon ablator your mom last night

  • r0ntuber
    r0ntuber 22 hours ago

    Thanks for making these videos!

  • Lego6lego
    Lego6lego Day ago

    Where my spoons go after I recycle them

  • Me Meagain
    Me Meagain 2 days ago

    yea but it's going to be hard to keep a good coat of wax on it.

    • Wyatt B
      Wyatt B 2 days ago

      Me Meagain, it’s stainless steel. It doesn’t rust easily

  • RVM451
    RVM451 2 days ago +1

    Damned Nation!!!
    Uh-Loo-Min-Num!!! NOT-NOT-NOT Al-U-Min-Ee-Um!!!!
    Damned Britishisms!
    …..RVM45

  • V.J INet
    V.J INet 2 days ago

    they are playing with 3 in 1 any one survive they keep continue
    2 billions means (nasa ) keep the false one
    he need more investment in tesla

  • Alpha Bears
    Alpha Bears 2 days ago

    Why not use titanium? It’s stronger than other metals but also way lighter.

    • Aaron Washburn
      Aaron Washburn Day ago

      @Geohie Kim are you insinuating that titanium is heavier than stainless steel? Titanium is about 60% the density of stainless, ~4.5 g/cc compared to 7.9-8.1 g/cc. There are only three structural metals less dense than titanium: aluminum, magnesium, and beryllium.

    • Wyatt B
      Wyatt B 2 days ago

      SpaceX is going to mass produce these. Titanium is too expensive. Stainless steel checks off all the requirements like titanium.

    • Geohie Kim
      Geohie Kim 2 days ago

      @Alpha Bears uuhh, definitely not. It's quite heavy. it is, however, quite good in the strength-to-weight department. but for rockets, lighter is better than stronger, at least if they're similar in magnitude.

    • Alpha Bears
      Alpha Bears 2 days ago

      True, but lighter than any other metals.

    • Geohie Kim
      Geohie Kim 2 days ago

      but still heavy.

  • Dr HonkHonk!
    Dr HonkHonk! 3 days ago

    bullshit!

  • Tag Police
    Tag Police 3 days ago

    starSHIP REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE

  • Richard Lynch
    Richard Lynch 3 days ago

    why are they not using something more or less conical?

  • Richard Lynch
    Richard Lynch 3 days ago +1

    If these frigging people are so brilliant and want to be efficient make the material half as thick and 10 times as strong by machining the triangles at 1/10th the size. seriously WTF. How many stupids make a rocket scientist?

    • Geohie Kim
      Geohie Kim 2 days ago

      but that won't help with pressure, or possible leaks due to puncture from the thinner wall. they likely have thought of this, (also the smaller the triangles are, the heavier they collectively are, defeating the purpose)

  • Travis Bohanan
    Travis Bohanan 3 days ago +1

    I love how Elon is pushing new ideas, and failure together. Because success without failure is just luck lol.

  • AGENT X SECURITY
    AGENT X SECURITY 3 days ago +2

    WHY THEY BUILT , A WATER STEMLESS STALLED SPACE SHIP 🚀 .? . SO THE ASTRONAUTS , WELL NOT DRUN AT SEA .!!!!!! . TO GIVE THEN , TIME TO RECOVER IT . FROM ANOTHER FAKE MISSION .!!!!! & RE = USE , IT AGAIN . 😎🇺🇸😎😂🤣😂🤪😥😥😥🙏🏾....

  • Edward Martinez
    Edward Martinez 3 days ago

    Stainless steel is dangerous it can be hit by lighting on Mars really dumb.

    • Aaron Washburn
      Aaron Washburn 14 hours ago

      Edward Martinez aluminum is waaaay more conductive than stainless. So that doesn’t address your lightning issue.

    • Edward Martinez
      Edward Martinez 14 hours ago

      @Aaron Washburn The requirement for Mars is aluminum, THE FULL DISCLOSURE IS AT LINEAR DYNAMICS ENERGY INC. Go to the Blog click on comments.

    • Aaron Washburn
      Aaron Washburn 18 hours ago

      @Edward Martinez what would you make it out of then?

    • Edward Martinez
      Edward Martinez Day ago

      @Wyatt B Those trenches were not created by water on mars they were created by lighting from the Universe. Huge troughs were dug out by lighting and Mars still has strikes. Steel not a good idea there.

    • Wyatt B
      Wyatt B 2 days ago

      Edward Martinez, lighting on mars? Mars has 1% earth atmosphere.

  • TIBOR Purzsas
    TIBOR Purzsas 3 days ago +1

    Because they could that is why

  • vgpe gana
    vgpe gana 3 days ago

    cryogenic fuel...

  • Dark Horse
    Dark Horse 6 days ago

    IT IS NOT ALUMINIUM!

  • jeffffro7674
    jeffffro7674 8 days ago

    All the houses built in the last 20 years will melt into the dirt in a few more years or so, thats when the dozers cram them into the ground to forget about the expensive trash we're making these days. Fast forward to Earth circa 2600 and hey you guys look what i just found in the ground??!?! Earth treated plastic called Tyvec or dupont or something. Once the forces that make diamonds are applied to this horrible idea called home-wrap, we're gonna have ULTRA-LIGHTWEIGHT plastic which is virtually INDESTRUCTIBLE!!!! Thats whats UP!!! the perfect starship material!!!! Those corporate bozos may actually do something worthwhile......eventually. Maybe. I guess.

  • nutsackmania
    nutsackmania 9 days ago

    Hey more stupid pop-science for McDonalds workers to watch and pretend like they learned something through more rigorous means

  • Robot Six
    Robot Six 9 days ago

    I like how you had to scroll down a bit to avoid his memes

  • Derredmax
    Derredmax 9 days ago

    How do you know there is no oil on mars? Have you been there? There is going to be coal deposits, we know mars had oceans and that there is microbial biology in the soil samples. To say mars has no oil is a little premature don't you think?

  • attovishnu
    attovishnu 10 days ago

    Are they accredited? I'm guessing no.

  • Nike Crean
    Nike Crean 10 days ago

    That means when BFR(ITS) was firstly presented as an advanced carbon tech stuff they didn't know really how to make it. Not sure they now exactly know how to make that steel liquid cooled stuff. What next - cool al alloy rocket ? Will see..

  • fabio sunspot
    fabio sunspot 10 days ago

    Why not store fuel on the space station as part of a refueling base for all mission to Mars?

  • Jason King
    Jason King 10 days ago

    BS No one leaves the DOME...

    • Jason King
      Jason King 5 days ago

      @FreeTime Player Keep trying to prove the curvature and rotation.....

    • FreeTime Player
      FreeTime Player 5 days ago

      Jason King 😂😂😂 keep living those flat earth dreams

  • Big Red
    Big Red 10 days ago +1

    The brilliant engineering advances aside, ideologically it seems to me an incredible waste of money and resources preparing vehicles for interplanetary travel.

    • toklaut and another
      toklaut and another 9 days ago

      @Jason Walker there are millions of women who use the same amount of money with one freaking Musk. What kind of comparison is that?
      Anyway, the world will end before we gona hv the need to go to mars. Trust me. No reply needed

    • Jason Walker
      Jason Walker 10 days ago

      US women spend more on gel nails every year than Musk will spend on the entire Mars rocket development program. You don't even want to know how much gets spent on useless pastimes like organized sports, where fat lazy people sit on their butts and watch other people exercise (this is about the stupidest waste of resources on our entire planet).

      The entire world's space budget - military and civilian alike, government and commercial alike - pales in comparison to the overwhelming waste that you and others like you engage in on a daily basis.

  • Wedge Antilles
    Wedge Antilles 10 days ago

    At 1:10, WD-40 was used to keep stainless steel from rusting? Huh? Isn't stainless steel well...stainless? Great video tho!! Nice work!

    • Not your Mom
      Not your Mom 9 days ago

      Stainless steel is a bit of a marketing term. Depending on things like quality and how well it is processed before the end user receives it but even stainless still can and will rust in the right conditions. if you find metallurgy a little interesting I suggest falling down the stainless steel rabbit hole on the internet, it is pretty interesting.

  • Emily Truman
    Emily Truman 11 days ago

    For fuck sake we don’t need rockets to go to space,we never have.Our space fleets don’t use rockets nasa and Elon Musk are going to be remembered as a joke because we have been going to mars for decades and humans live there.We have been going to other galaxies and we have space stations throughout the galaxies.The world needs to know the truth and we need to destroy the people in charge because they are only looking out for themselves not the world.we have antigravity technology medicine is extremely advanced which is only for the military and really rich people.The international space station is a joke and they won’t be remembered for the good they do which is not a lot they will be a joke and remembered as pathetic.

    • Emily Truman
      Emily Truman 7 days ago

      No I’m not making it up. Go through the nasa videos and the rover photos, yes it takes a while to go through but thankfully nasa doesn’t cover everything up they miss things. It’s a slow process but it’s worth it. It’s the same in Antarctica they try to cover things up that they don’t want us to see. Also reading a lot of books and looking at what archaeologists say the ones from a hundred years ago and see what they have said first hand. We can’t trust archaeologists say now because for a start humans have been around 600 thousand years, we are not using the right dates. Look up Nicholas Tesla and Erich Von danican, jason rice, Corey Goode, emery smith David Wilcock, Churchill, and look up hitler there is loads of evidence that proves hitler lived out his days free, I even found a photo of hitler with his Spanish girlfriend in New York. I believe the world should know the truth and now previous generations have passed the truth can come out but certain people and governments don’t want the truth to come out and I’m putting myself in a dangerous position by telling people the truth but I believe that’s the right thing to do. Everything to do with the space program is all contracted out to private companies because the public can use the freedom of information act and this can’t be used against private companies. A big red flag that Elon Musk is wanting to have a private company this proves he is in the secret space program. There are 2 sides to nasa there’s the one we see and the one that does the secret space program. Nasa held a 2 hour press conference and confirmed aliens are here, they only admitted to 4 races but it’s a start and it didn’t go on the news channels for obvious reasons, they did this to cover there asses they don’t want people saying why didn’t you tell us and now they can say they did. I don’t know if many people know this but news is all controlled, we only see what they want us to see it’s called a blackout and the law stops it from being released. For the record Russia and China speak openly about aliens and ufos. In the uk one of our airports was shut down and they said it was because of a drone it wasn’t a drone a ship without permission was in our skies. Governments and the 13 bloodlines who are really in charge like to discredit people and call them crazy if they don’t want the truth to come out and they still do it today and it’s not right and it needs to end now.

    • Emily Truman
      Emily Truman 7 days ago

      Sorry I should have said free energy technology and it is in use. Nicholas Tesla invented it but like now governments didn’t want this technology being used so they told everyone that Tesla was nuts and they burnt down his lab. We know this technology works because it was built and shown on tv I think it was the history channel, they built it from scratch.

    • Aaron Washburn
      Aaron Washburn 7 days ago

      Emily Truman I should amend that, “free energy” does exist in the form of solar, wind, hydropower etc. but not in any mystical device capable of pulling useable amperage out of the air.

    • Aaron Washburn
      Aaron Washburn 7 days ago

      Emily Truman there is no free energy. Yes, there are radio waves constantly bombarding us, but the power density of these waves isn’t even high enough to light a lightbulb. You can power things remotely, but that requires amplification which is not free. And perpetual motion machines are doomed by thermodynamics and uncontrollable losses even in the most efficient machines.

    • ŠQÛ!DƜȀRT T.
      ŠQÛ!DƜȀRT T. 8 days ago

      Emily Truman so do you have any evidence?? Links?? videos??? Anything??
      Or did you just make that up?

  • Johnny Robinson
    Johnny Robinson 11 days ago

    I would love to see a video about how a rocket fuselage can support all the weight of the upper stages when it is only made of a cylinder of very thin sheet metal. It's just mind boggling why the Super Heavy won't just crumple like paper when the starship is put on top of it. Then when you add the fuel, and then cargo, and then put it through the acceleration and dynamic pressure. That sounds like putting a bowling ball on a paper cup and then shaking it. Also, why don't they criss cross the interior of the tank with truss structures and guy wires? This is an engineering miracle that is very mysterious.

  • Karl Wilson
    Karl Wilson 11 days ago

    waffle rock" isogrid

  • Jesus SavesUS
    Jesus SavesUS 12 days ago

    Optimism around musk seems foolish considering his history.

    • ŠQÛ!DƜȀRT T.
      ŠQÛ!DƜȀRT T. 8 days ago

      you mean his succesfull history? He doesn't have a bad history.

  • Control Z
    Control Z 12 days ago

    and youl never be rith

  • Zay1185
    Zay1185 13 days ago

    Aluminum...Aluminium...🤔🤨🧐😏😏😏

  • John
    John 14 days ago

    wouldnt it be better that instead of CNC the grid, make it of individual beams? The beams would have their microestructures oriented, so they should be stronger. A CNC piece doesnt have it microestrucutre oriented (well it does, but not to every beam)

  • Warren -•_•-
    Warren -•_•- 14 days ago

    Wow I fell for the transitionless ad this time
    Wasnt paying attention but still, smooth

  • Space Corp
    Space Corp 14 days ago

    a true profit monger, charging Us to solve their problems as usual.

  • Wade Sharp
    Wade Sharp 14 days ago +2

    Il remember this when i build my next space ship!! Thanks

  • Spartanm333
    Spartanm333 14 days ago

    Not taking the Michael... Can one of you engineers explain to me how 3 men got to the moon in 69 when, according to NASA, we don't have the capability to go above low earth orbit now. There is a great big fucking elephant in the room which tends to make any interplanetary adventure look like horse shit. What exactly have NASA done in the last decade for trillions of dollars a year... It's the greatest commercial scam in history.

    • ŠQÛ!DƜȀRT T.
      ŠQÛ!DƜȀRT T. 8 days ago

      nah man. We did go to the moon because it was a space race. When the space race ended there wasn't any motivation to go to space anymore. Now the space buisness is joined by the private companies. Now there is moitivation because these companies don't want to die. We have the capabiliteit to go above low earth orbit. The falcon 9 launched a satalite to geostationary orbit a few days ago. And now they're developing a bigger better rocket that can go to Mars and the orbital prototypes of these rockets are almost done. So no scam. Maybe Nasa is a scam, but SpaceX is not a scam.

  • Funk Obama
    Funk Obama 14 days ago

    nothing can go to space. we have a some firmament over us. rainbow is proof and so is operation fishbowl/ high jump. nasa fakes all aspects.

    • Wyatt B
      Wyatt B 2 days ago

      You have a small brain.

  • Damion .N Wongsang Il
    Damion .N Wongsang Il 15 days ago

    this concept was sold to space x from the government

  • Joe Paul
    Joe Paul 15 days ago

    Good Lord...... where's the flying Tesla?... lol 😂😂 😂😜

  • Schpankme Verimuch
    Schpankme Verimuch 15 days ago

    *WHO INVENTED THE SPACE ENTERPRISE?*
    1543 - Jesuits invent Theory Heliocentricism
    1582 - Jesuits invent Heliocentric calendar (Pope Gregorian calendar)
    1651 - Jesuits invent Theory Mapping Moon (Selenography)
    1763 - Jesuits invent Theory Atomic Energy
    1809 - Jesuits invent Theory Transmutation of Species (see Theory of Evolution)
    1923 - Jesuits invent Theory Missing Link, (bones lost molds prove find)
    1931 - Jesuits invent Theory Big Bang, (another ejaculation into the virgin source)

    As shown, the Judaeo-FreemasonryVatican (Jesuits) instituted Heliocentricism (a corporation that has fooled billions of people) as the next centuries ticked by these science fiction stories began entering the major Universities (all faith based); from this point on the people were taught to replace Faith with Theory (pretend).

    • Schpankme Verimuch
      Schpankme Verimuch 5 days ago

      @FreeTime Player your disassociation is duly noted. Tell me, whats wrong with the Historical Facts?
      Behold thy Lord God [G]ravity
      +
      O-|--|-O
      _trade mark for the Church of Heliocentricism, all rights reserved_

    • FreeTime Player
      FreeTime Player 5 days ago

      Schpankme Verimuch yah keep living those lies

  • SOLO WADE
    SOLO WADE 15 days ago

    Most likely to blend in with the other shiny stars

  • Sean Fagan
    Sean Fagan 16 days ago

    Space x is a ponzi scam

  • David
    David 16 days ago

    "Nothing this heavy has entered the Martian atmosphere before"


    Asteroids: Am I a joke to you?

  • Richard Redner
    Richard Redner 16 days ago

    Why not transparent aluminum LOL

  • X DAFACTOR
    X DAFACTOR 16 days ago

    Barack Obama SATAN, Your Lease is UP!

  • Freedom Fighter
    Freedom Fighter 16 days ago +3

    I sware I've seen musk's stair- stepper ship make re- entry right above my head , in Texas. Looked like a huge flat bottom aluminum boat shooting Sparks out the back going all the way across the sky. @3:30am.. last Friday night.
    Really unbelievable!!!

    • Freedom Fighter
      Freedom Fighter 2 days ago +1

      If they say they are building it now, then they built it years ago .

    • Wyatt B
      Wyatt B 2 days ago

      That’s not it. They haven’t done any flights yet.

    • Swampy
      Swampy 15 days ago

      Thats wild

  • snaprollinpitts
    snaprollinpitts 16 days ago +1

    Dear Sir, why do you mispronounce the word aluminum, it is not spelled aluminium, so why do you pronounce it that way. mike

    • Aaron Washburn
      Aaron Washburn 16 days ago +1

      snaprollinpitts aluminium is the internationally recognized spelling. Only the US and a couple other countries spell it aluminum.

  • Johnny Hamilton
    Johnny Hamilton 17 days ago

    Hehe, he says aluminum funny. XD

  • skinet ciberdine
    skinet ciberdine 17 days ago

    usclip.net/video/mZ_Aq0YvBJ0/video.html disponible para viaje cientifico a velocidad warp

  • Mark Byers
    Mark Byers 17 days ago

    I can't even remember how you pronounced that

  • J R
    J R 17 days ago

    I own stainless steel

  • lessevdoolbretsim
    lessevdoolbretsim 17 days ago

    What if I don't have a brain?

  • T.M. Ritchie
    T.M. Ritchie 17 days ago

    sh!t show

  • J SANCHEZ
    J SANCHEZ 17 days ago +1

    Have u even heard about reverse engineering...that's what I thought....my BAD

  • PR NOTHALL
    PR NOTHALL 17 days ago

    What is maximum ‘serice’ temperature? What is SERICE @7m 13 sec...?.

  • Soul Chicken
    Soul Chicken 18 days ago

    There is only one "i" in "aluminum." Silly foreigners...

    • PR NOTHALL
      PR NOTHALL 17 days ago

      There are really two “i” s in “aluminium”.Simple-minded Americans.

  • Tarquin Quinnum
    Tarquin Quinnum 18 days ago

    Could someone there please explain to me what TICKNESS is........?!.....

  • Indrid Cold
    Indrid Cold 18 days ago

    It is a spaceship. But it is not a starship. It can not travel between stars. Great documentary!

    • Indrid Cold
      Indrid Cold 7 days ago

      @ŠQÛ!DƜȀRT T. I see. It is its name. Not its function. Thank you for the clarification. I lose implied meaning many times because English is not my original language. Thank you.

    • ŠQÛ!DƜȀRT T.
      ŠQÛ!DƜȀRT T. 8 days ago

      It's named Staship. It's like Apollo.The name comes from the Greek god Apollo. There is no god, it's a rocket.

  • Kai Six
    Kai Six 19 days ago

    "Why SpaceX Built A Stainless Steel Starship" Because Elon watched "Flight of the navigator" as a kid and thought it was cool. Full Stop.

  • John Daniel Hubbard
    John Daniel Hubbard 20 days ago

    IDIOT

  • airraid713
    airraid713 20 days ago

    I live near the construction site of Starship and drove by the location yesterday.It is easily visible from the street and a new building is under construction that can house the ship.

  • 1969nitsuga
    1969nitsuga 20 days ago

    Stainless steel to avoid rust under the ocean... LOL

  • Vicente Dominguez
    Vicente Dominguez 21 day ago +1

    U really dum if u think we went to mars

  • nick
    nick 22 days ago

    Not owl uminum

  • nick
    nick 22 days ago

    Alum aloom i numb aluminum

  • Yeshe Rabsal
    Yeshe Rabsal 22 days ago

    Why didn't they laser sinter the isogrid?

  • Babbis Christos
    Babbis Christos 22 days ago

    U talking too much man! but brilliant, Thanks body!

  • TheYouChannel
    TheYouChannel 22 days ago +1

    Silo in space! Humans in space...there goes the neighborhood 😁🇺🇸

  • PBS
    PBS 22 days ago

    Anyone seen the Netflix series Salvation?

  • Gordon Johnson
    Gordon Johnson 23 days ago

    25 years ago, before starting my first SF novel, I asked a physicist friend for the best material for my proposed spaceship. He told me: 'stainless steel', because the net advantages outweighs the disadvantages, in comparison with other material options.

    • Steve O
      Steve O 22 days ago

      I think we need Teflon coated stainless steel, all that atmosphere stuff will just slide off.. LOL