Flight of the Conchords Ep 6 Bowie's In Space Bowie's in space Bowie's in space What you doing out there, man? That's pretty freaky, Bowie Isn't it cold out in space, Bowie? Do you want to borrow my jumper, Bowie? Does the space cold make your nipples go pointy, Bowie? Do you use your pointy nipples as telescopic antennae to transmit data back to Earth? Bet you do, you freaky old *** you Hey Bowie, do you have one really funky sequined space suit? Or do you have several ch-changes? Do you smoke grass out in space, Bowie? Or do they smoke Astroturf? Ooh! Receiving transmission from David Bowie's nipple antennae Do you read me, Lieutenant Bowie? This is Bowie to Bowie Do you hear me out there, man? This is Bowie back to Bowie I read you loud and clear, man Ooh yeah, man! Your signal's weak on my radar screen How far out are you, man? I'm pretty far out That's pretty far out, man Ooh- ah- ooh! I'm orbiting Pluto Ooh- ah- ooh! Drawn in by its groovitational (Groovitational pull) I'm jamming out with the Mick Jagger-nauts Ooh, and they think it's pretty cool Are you okay, Bowie? What was that sound? I don't know, man Ooh, it's the craziest scene Yeah, I'm picking it up on my LSD screen Can you see the stratosphere ringing? To the choir of Afronauts singing Bowie's in space Bowie's in space Bowie Bowie Bowie Bowie Bowie Bowie Bowie's in space Bowie Bowie Bowie Bowie Bowie Bowie Eena-ma-ma-meena-mina-mowie Phasers on funky Eena-ma-ma-meena-mina-mowie Ba-ba-ba-ba-ba-ba-Bowie's in Space Lyrics credit:
SS2 First Feather Flight, Mojave, May 2011_Filmed by The Clay Center Observatory.mov Exclusive footage of the first feather flight, Mojave, CA,
Travel Hacks: Survive Airport Hell, Get Cheap Flights, Stream Video, and more! In this episode, it's time to travel. We'll share some indispensable tips on how to survive airports, get some media to make the flight or car ride blast by, wrap headphones with a binder clip, and build a portable privacy toolkit with a flash drive. This is Lifehacker, episode 26. 00:29 - Cheapskate: Get the Cheapest Flight 01:18 - Turn Your Flash Drive Into a Portable Privacy Toolkit 03:00 - Tip Tester: Wrap Your Headphones with a Binder Clip 03:39 - Top Posts: Top 10 Repair Jobs You Should Never Pay For: Migrate your Windows 7 Install to SSD Top 5 Note Taking Apps Use your Day Off To Recharge and Relax 05:16 - Survive the Hell of Airports 07:10 - Make Travel Fly By with Streaming Video to your Phone 07:30 - Downloads of the day Best Travel Apps - (Android) - (iPhone) Hipmunk: TripLingo: (iPhone) Word Lens: (iPhone) Google Goggles: (Android) ~~~~~~ Get More Lifehacker Every Monday- Subscribe! See our latest episode: Watch more of the show: Twitter: Facebook: Lifehacker Homepage: revision3.com iTunes: More From The People Who Brought You Lifehacker: ABOUT LIFEHACKER: Learn tips and tricks for everything ...
Flight of the Conchords Ep 3 Hiphopopotamus vs. Rhymenoceros Lyrics from I'm the mother flippin' Rhymenocerous My beats are fly and the birds are on my back And I'm *** I'm *** If you choose to proceed you will indeed concede Cos I hit you with my flow The Wild Rhino Stampede. I'm not just wild, I'm trained, Domesticated I was raised by a rapper and rhino that dated And subsequently procreated That's how it goes Here's the Hiphopopotamus The hip hop hippo They call me the Hiphopopotamus My lyrics are bottomless They call me the Hiphopopotamus Flows that glow like phosphorous Poppin' off the top of this esophagus Rockin' this metropolis I'm not a large water-dwelling mammal Where did you get that preposterous hypothesis? Did Steve tell you that, perchance? Steve. My rhymes and records they don't get played Because my records and rhymes they don't get made And if you rap like me you don't get paid And if you roll like me you don't get laid. My rhymes are so potent that in this small segment I made all of the ladies in the area pregnant Yes, sometimes my lyrics are ***ist But you lovely ***es and hoes should know I'm trying to correct this. Other rappers dis me Say my rhymes are sissy. Why? Why? Why? What? Why exactly? What? Why? Be more constructive with your feedback, please. Why? Why? Why, because I rap about reality? Like me and my grandma drinking a cup of tea? There ain't no party like my nanna's tea party. Hey! Ho! I'm the motherflippin' I'm the motherflippin' I'm the motherflippin' Who's the motherflippin ...
VSS Enterprise Manned Free Flight Test Virgin Galactic Courtesy: Virgin Galactic VSS Enterprise achieves manned free flight from over 45000 ft (13700 metres) and successfully glides in 11 minutes to land at Mojave Air and Spaceport 10th October 2010, Mojave, CA. Virgin Galactic, the US company developing the world's first commercial manned space flight system and tourism business, is delighted to announce the successful completion today of the first piloted free flight of SpaceShipTwo, named the VSS Enterprise. The spaceship was released from its mothership at an altitude of 45000 ft (13700 metres). During its first flight the spaceship was piloted by Pete Siebold, assisted by Mike Alsbury as co-pilot. The two main goals of the flight were to carry out a clean release of the spaceship from its mothership and for the pilots to free fly and glide back and land at Mojave Air and Space Port in California. Other detailed objectives of the flight were successfully completed, including; verification that all systems worked prior and following the clean release of Enterprise; initial evaluation of handling and stall characteristics; qualitative evaluation of stability and control of SS2 against predictions from design and simulation work; verification of performance by evaluating the lift-to-drag ratio of the spaceship during glide flight; practice a landing approach at altitude and finally descend and land. Preparations for the milestone flight were extensive. The WhiteKnightTwo mothership (Eve) flew 40 times including 4 captive ...
US Air Flight 1549 ***pit To Ground Audio: 'We're Going to Be in the Hudson' The FAA has released the audio tapes and transcripts of the radio communications between Flight 1549, the US Airways jet that crash-landed in the Hudson River on Jan. 15, and the various air traffic controllers in the area on the afternoon of the accident. The tapes are dramatic, providing a moment by moment account of the flights communications from the time it suffered a double bird strike to the time it glided down without engine power onto the chilly surface of the Hudson River just off Manhattans West Side. At 3:27:32 pm, a scant 2 minutes and 32 seconds after the flight was cleared for takeoff by the tower at LaGuardia, Captain Chesley B. Sullenberger III alerted air traffic control of trouble. In a deep, calm voice, Captain Sullenberger said, Ah, this is, uh, Cactus 1539. Hit birds. We lost thrust in both engines. Were turning back towards La Guardia. His cadence is brisk, in the clipped syntax that is normal for communications between ***pits and controllers. If there was a sign of stress, it was that the captain had fumbled his call sign; Cactus is the correct sign for US Airways, but he was Flight 1549, not 1539 or 1529, as the flight was occasionally called, incorrectly, at various points in the tape. The controller replied instantly, OK, yeah, you need to return to La Guardia, turn left, heading of, uh, 220, that is, further to the left. Captain Sullenberger acknowledged, and the controller, in a windowless radar room at the New York Terminal Radar Approach ...
Airbus A380 first flight with passengers This is the video of the first flight with passengers of A380, with views of the cabin.
Antique Cox Control Line Plane's History and flights by NightFlyyer. Can you watch all the way? If not, don't try flying dizzying U-Control. What you see is exacly what I saw! My friend Larry at the Roller Skating Rink asked me if I wanted some old Cox airplanes. Of course I said yes. This video shows what is like to stand in the middle of the circle on only 25 foot strings and spin. Using 2 cameras, you will see the perspective and hear the engine noise. Ending with a Modern twist, I hope you enjoy this piece of Model Airplane Nostalgia. Cox Models, a former division of Estes Industries of Penrose, Colorado, was a multimillion-dollar hobby company, was one of the hobby industry's oldest companies, and is noted for its production of miniature model internal-combustion engines. This company, originally named "The LM Cox Manufacturing Co, Inc.," was founded in 1945 by the machinist Roy Cox in Placentia, California. Cox grew up in and around his father's bicycle shop, and developed an interest in mechanical devices. Cox's first products were wooden pop guns, produced in his home garage. Cox chose wood for his basic material, since metal was scarce during WW II. When metals became readily available in the United States in 1947, Cox turned his attention to new products, beginning with a diecast metal car. This product was developed into a "whip car", a tethered vehicle which could be manually swung in a circle at high speed. Nitro- and gasoline-powered tether cars with .60 cubic inch miniature engines capable of speeds of 100 mph (160 km/h ...
VSS Enterprise Makes First Crewed Flight 15th July was a significant milestone for Scaled Composites as the team march towards the first solo flights of VSS Enterprise (SpaceShipTwo)
Flight Of The Conchords - The Humans Are Dead The mighty folk comedy duo New Zealand's Flight Of The Conchords proform their song "Humans Are Dead" Enjoy
Private Jet Charter Flight: Sacramento Airport to Las Vegas - We partnered with our Private Jet Charter friends at Azure Air on the new "Pilots Eye" camera footage on a Charter Flight from Sacramento McClellan Airport to Las Vegas. Produced by www.topflight.aero
B-24 Liberator Flight Demo... Inside and Out ! Here's my compilation of video from my flights in the Collings Foundation B-24J Liberator. Those flights were soooo much fun you would hardly believe it ! You need to go for a ride on all their aircraft but as far as the bombers, the B-24 is definitely the most interesting from the historical standpoint as far as I am concerned (and also the loudest !). The aircraft is flown with the waist gunner panels wide open to the elements (unlike the waist gunner positions on the B-17 and B-25 which are enclosed with Plexiglass [historically correct}). There is also a WHOLE lot of wind blowing through that B-24 fuselage, quite unlike the B-17 and B-25. Enjoy the video ! For the ULTIMATE thrill, take a flight in the Collings Foundation P-51C dual-control Mustang where (depending on your experience and ability), you can actually take control of the aircraft for the majority of your flight. Simply unbelievable and a dream come true ! I've done it twice (see my other videos). Thanks !
US airlines test bio fuel flights Some US airlines have begun testing enviromentally friendly fuel. And while the efforts may help the environment, unlike in the European Union, the US government does not force airliners to go green. The ecological benefits would be undeniable - just one year's avaiation traffic fuelled by bio fuel would equal removing 64000 cars off the road. But making the switch can be expensive and there are no long-term plans for companies to use alternative fuel on a regular basis. Al Jazeera's John Terrett reports from Washington.
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Frank's Retirement Flight in HD Best watched in HD. Blogged about this trip here: bit.ly Flew many flights with Captain Frank, and this is my way of paying him back. Come along with us for Frank's retirement flight from Boston to Paris and back. Look at the blog post I wrote about this trip here: bit.ly
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Boeing 727 Prototype-"First Flights"-1963/64 If this video violates a copyright, PLEASE let me know FIRST, and I will remove it immediately. RARE early test flight footage of the '27 prototype!! First flight, rejected take-offs, tail dragging, all kinds of goodies Be sure to check my channel for the BEST in VINTAGE & RARE airliner videos! "The Boxart Den" World's largest display & collection of FULLY RESTORED rare & collectable model kit box art http
FPV FunJet - Beautiful flight over the clouds More info about my setup: rcexplorer.se I think this was one of the best FPV flights I've done! It was such a good feeling cruising around in the clouds. The weather couldn't have been better and the setting sun made this one of my favorite flights ever. Read more about it on my homepage: RCExplorer.se MUSIC Protricity - Donkey Kong Country 2 'Brambles in the Breeze' OC ReMix - DOWNLOAD
Jetman Grand Canyon Flight, Yves Rossy "This is the most challenging place I could fly," the Jetman, Yves Rossy, told reporters. Rossy's flight was his first in the US and potentially his most difficult. Previous over-water flights across the English Channel and Strait of Gibraltar provided the option of a water landing -- an option Rossy chose when en-route weather reduced safety margins during the Gibraltar run. The canyon offered far fewer options for a safe landing in the event of an emergency and its sharp corners and steep walls increased the likelihood of turbulence.
VSS Enterprise First Flight - Virgin Galactic Spaceship Courtesy: Virgin Galactic VSS Enterprise achieves manned free flight from over 45000 ft (13700 metres) and successfully glides in 11 minutes to land at Mojave Air and Spaceport 10th October 2010, Mojave, CA. Virgin Galactic, the US company developing the world's first commercial manned space flight system and tourism business, is delighted to announce the successful completion today of the first piloted free flight of SpaceShipTwo, named the VSS Enterprise. The spaceship was released from its mothership at an altitude of 45000 ft (13700 metres). During its first flight the spaceship was piloted by Pete Siebold, assisted by Mike Alsbury as co-pilot. The two main goals of the flight were to carry out a clean release of the spaceship from its mothership and for the pilots to free fly and glide back and land at Mojave Air and Space Port in California. Other detailed objectives of the flight were successfully completed, including; verification that all systems worked prior and following the clean release of Enterprise; initial evaluation of handling and stall characteristics; qualitative evaluation of stability and control of SS2 against predictions from design and simulation work; verification of performance by evaluating the lift-to-drag ratio of the spaceship during glide flight; practice a landing approach at altitude and finally descend and land. Preparations for the milestone flight were extensive. The WhiteKnightTwo mothership (Eve) flew 40 times ...
'Russian Stealth' 1st public flight: Sukhoi PAK FA T-50 at MAKS airshow RT on Facebook: RT on Twitter: Prototype of the future of Russia's fighter jet program, the PAK -FA (T-50) has made its first public flight at MAKS-2011 airshow. The Sukhoi-made plane took to the skies for a 8-minute show. The jet's said to be equipped with some of the most advance avionics on the planet. It will be able to land on short runways and fly in any weather. It can carry up to eight medium range or two long-range missiles in its two internal bays. The jet's first prototype performed its maiden flight last January, and carried out 36 test flights. The fifth generation fighter's expected to enter service in Russia in 2015. The price tag is estimated at US $100 million.
Flight of the Conchords- Business Time Flight of the Conchords performing their song "Business Time."
Carol Burnett Show- No Frills Airline Tim is put through the ringer by Carol because he's in the No-Frills section of the airplane while Harvey gets special treatment one seat ahead in First Class.
More Kingfisher flights cancelled, DGCA acts The trouble for the Kingfisher Airlines failed to end on Monday as 16 more flights were cancelled in Mumbai and Bangalore while two others were rescheduled in the morning. This came a day after as many as 28 flights were cancelled on Sunday.
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Early Flight (b&w, silent, 16mm) Vintage Films Clips of vintage film footage of failed attempts at flight. The final clip is of the Wright Brothers.
Flight Demo of Genuine Japanese Zero with ORIGINAL WWII Sakae 31 Engine ! I just can't get enough of this aircraft, the only operational, original WWII Japanese aircraft in the world today ! This is the ONLY WWII Japanese aircraft that is flyable today with an original Japanese WWII engine, the Mitsubishi Sakae 14-cylinder, Model 31 "Prosperity". A very, very unique and historic sound ! This is the sound of history and it is very likely that this is the ONLY original WWII Japanese aircraft engine that any of us will ever to be able to hear in person. Of course, this A6M5 Zero is owned by the Planes of Fame Museum located in Chino, California. In the late 1970s, this aircraft was restored to flying staus. The engine was restored by the Stewart-Davis Company in Long Beach, California. Stewart-Davis (no longer in business) had a very good reputation for rebuilding radial engines and, according to Ed Maloney (the founder of the Planes of Fame Museum), Stewart-Davis took on the challenge of rebuilding this essentially one-of-a-kind engine and delivered a zero-time powerplant with no issues at all. Over 30 years later, this engine (on the original rebuild) is still going strong. This aircraft was built by Nakajima under license from Mitsubishi in May 1943 and was later captured by US Marines on Saipan in June 1944. It was then shipped to Patuxent River, Maryland in the US for evaluation. About 190 hours of flight time were logged during this evaluation, including some hours by Charles Lindbergh himself. After being declared surplus following the war ...
TSR 2 Test Flight Some of the test flights of TSR 2, showing that even the best can get it right and wrong
Kingfisher Airlines cancels flights as bank accounts frozen- NewsX Kingfisher Airlines once again cancelled many of its flights today causing many passengers to make last minute changes to their travel plans. The flight cancellations came after reports that the Income-Tax Department had frozen some of the airlines accounts. The large-scale cancellations and delays have been happening for the past three days and they are likely to continue for a few more days. The Directorate-General of Civil Aviation says it has been forced to look into the matter. For more info log onto:
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The Story of Stars and Stripes Honor Flight - Documentary Trailer Help us get 200k views by Memorial Day. Click here: Then use the "Send to Friends" feature. We are free today because of these men and women. The least we can do is watch a web video and send it to our Facebook friends. ............................... Every day, 1000 World War II veterans die. Our mission, Operation Resolve, is simple: send every living World War II veteran to the stunning memorial created in their name in Washington, DC, before it's too late. To help make that happen and to tell the remarkable stories of these heroes, Stars and Stripes Honor Flight teamed up with Freethink Media to produce a feature length documentary film to be released in November 2011. Shooting for over a year and a half, filmmaker Dan Hayes and his team have captured extremely profound scenes with the vets and their volunteers, intensely emotional interviews, and breathtaking shots of the Honor Flight trip to DC. You'll be inspired, both happy and sad, and left reflecting on what gratitude, freedom and the trip's slogan, "Every day is a bonus," really mean. It's typical for a vet who takes the trip to rank it among their top life experiences, just behind their wedding and the birth of their children. For us to help provide that for them, is nothing short of remarkable. Now, you can help. Please send this trailer to your friends and family. The more people who watch it, the more money we raise, the more World War II veterans we can give this once-in-a-lifetime ...
Last flight of Yury Gagarin: What killed the space icon On April 12, 1961 the Soviet Union's Yury Gagarin became the first man in space, in a successful flight that lasted 108 minutes. Gagarin and his famous charming smile became the symbol of the Soviet Union. But on March 27, 1968the star of Gagarin was gone. Find out more details in a new Documentary. RT on Facebook: RT on Twitter:
Boeing 777-300. In-flight Economy experience Dubai to New York JFK on Emirates (With Annotations) - Boeing 777-300. In-flight Economy experience Dubai to New York JFK on Emirates The flight takes off at 02:00 but was delayed by an hour or so. If you look up the stats in this flight, its always delayed. I presume its because there are so many Emirates flights flying in to connect passengers to JFK, maybe they try and delay the flight so as not leave anyone out (if possible). The duration of this flight is appox 12:30 hours. Sometimes with headwind it ticks towards 13 hours. The timing is pretty good. takes off at 2 in the morning. This video shows the taxi and take-off. You will also notice a 380 push-back. Once airborn i took a 5 and half hour nap (as you will see in the vid). Someone on the flight fell ill - and you'll also notice the crew trying to do "something" i am not sure what that orange box had inside. This is also the first time i saw the door leading to the crew rest area. And finally, a hard landing at JFK at around 8am... Camera: Cannon FS100 If you like this then you may like the following video - Inflight Airbus A380-800 Experience on Emirates Part 1
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Northwest Airlines- The Sun Will Never Set video This is the closing video to the 2008 NWA managers meeting. Copyright 2008 Delta Air Lines.
Japan Airlines (JAL) Boeing 747-400 【JA8071】 Narita International Airport (NRT / RJAA) 2009-4-29... filmed at RWY34L End (11:57 JST) 2009-5-2... filmed at RWY16R End (10:48 JST)
A flight aboard the DoX - 1930 Perhaps the most dramatic flying boat ever built was the giant Dornier Do X. Conceived by Dr. Claudius Dornier, the Do X design took seven years to complete and two years to build. The giant flying boat was finally launched on July 12th 1929. Financed by the German transport ministry, the plane was built on the Swiss portion of Altenrhein in order to avoid the Allied Commission. When complete, the Do X was the largest, heaviest and most powerful aircraft in the world. On October 21st, the plane took off carrying 169 people consisting of 150 passengers, 10 crew and 9 stowaways, easily breaking the world record for the number of people aboard a flight. A record that would not be tested for 15 years. Weighing 48 tons, the plane taxied for 50 seconds before slowly ascending to only 650 feet. It flew for 40 minutes at a maximum speed of 105 mph finally landing on Lake Constance. The luxurious accommodations and service on the Do X were in keeping with the standards of transatlantic liners. Several cabins on the main deck held passengers comfortably on 32 double seats and two single seats, while the ***pit, captain's cabin, navigational office, engine control room and radio office could be found on the upper deck along with quarters for the 14 man crew. The lower deck held fuel and stores. The plane was enormous with a wingspan of 157 feet 5 inches, a length of 134 feet 2 inches and a height of 33 feet. As a result of the massiveness of the plane, passengers were asked to ...
FASCINATING AIDA - Cheap Flights DVD Available Now from - Certified (15) PAL - Region Free - (Will work world wide on PAL compatable DVD players) DVD extras include interviews and behind the scenes featurette.
Evergreen Airlines Boeing 747 Fire Plane Supertanker VLAT Courtesy Evergreen International Aviation The Evergreen Supertanker showed impressive results during the US Forest Service administered grid tests earlier this year. From high, medium and low coverage levels, the Supertanker showed it provides quality, consistent retardant line construction. The cutting-edge aircraft proved it belongs on the front line, from the onset, to fight wildfire day and night. The uniformed pattern of the Supertanker drops, and its ability, in a single flight, for split loads at multiple coverage levels, gives agencies an incredibly versatile firefighting tool. The multi-role B747 Supertanker is the largest tanker aircraft available today. With a payload of more than 20000 gallons and a response time of 600 mph, it has more than eight times the drop capability and twice the speed of any other federal air tanker currently fighting fires. The Supertankers patented pressurized system has the capability to disperse product at high pressure for an overwhelming response, or disperse at the speed of falling rain in a single or several segmented drops. This pressurized system will also allow for drops at higher altitudes, creating a significant safety buffer and enabling the Supertanker to fight fires during the day and at night, when they are most vulnerable. It also offers a significant value for American taxpayers; saving homes, natural resources, and most importantly, lives. When employed properly, the Supertanker has the ...
Sikorsky H-19 Helicopter Flight Training - 1956 US Army instructional film This film covers the H-19's preflight inspection, taxiing, normal takeoff, hovering, autorotations, normal and steep approach, and engine shutdown. Courtesy The Sikorsky H-19 Chickasaw, (also known by its Sikorsky model number, S-55) was a multi-purpose helicopter used by the United States Army and United States Air Force. The H-19 Chickasaw holds the distinction of being the US Army's first true transport helicopter and, as such, played an important role in the initial formulation of Army doctrine regarding air mobility and the battlefield employment of troop-carrying helicopters. The H-19 underwent live service tests in the hands of the 6th Transportation Company, during the Korean War beginning in 1951 as an unarmed transport helicopter. Undergoing tests such as medical evacuation, tactical control and front-line cargo support, the helicopter succeeded admirably in surpassing the capabilities of the H-5 Dragonfly which had been used throughout the war by the Army.