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  • Published on Nov 24, 2022
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Comments • 18 270

  • Mark Rober
    Mark Rober  2 days ago +9129

    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

    • GCL sarnia
      GCL sarnia Day ago

      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.

    • Michael Maloney
      Michael Maloney Day ago

      kinda keen. 5 million views in less than 10 hours wow.

    • Monetary_Episode
      Monetary_Episode Day ago

      Mark! You should put the eggs in acrylic and make a plaque

    • lucygooseyjc
      lucygooseyjc Day ago

      3:49is gonna give me nightmares

    • Phibianzon
      Phibianzon Day ago

      Hi

  • TravisFabel
    TravisFabel 2 days ago +49933

    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.

    • Thaylia
      Thaylia 4 hours ago

      @Owen Sparks well ignorance has clouded your mind.

    • LT.RaZe_Game
      LT.RaZe_Game 4 hours ago

      @Colvakan sweating prefusely they are lmao

    • Luke Smith
      Luke Smith 4 hours ago

      @Trent Hamsley shut up

    • Luke Smith
      Luke Smith 4 hours ago

      I thought you were about to say like: „i loved the part where he said: it‘s (word-)ing time and he started (word-)ing all over the place

    • Arctic
      Arctic 5 hours ago

      bro wut 💀

  • Plexiate
    Plexiate 10 hours ago +2

    Honey, wake up! Mark made space eggs.

  • Dylan Koopmans
    Dylan Koopmans 5 hours ago +1

    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.

  • Little Heck
    Little Heck 11 hours ago +383

    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.

    • Jose Mojica
      Jose Mojica 4 hours ago

      He show how much perseverance in doing a video for views

    • Syp Pie
      Syp Pie 6 hours ago

      My guy, you need to stop commenting every time mark says something

    • redwest
      redwest 6 hours ago

      @Mollie Currie bot.exe has stopped working

    • Mollie Currie
      Mollie Currie 7 hours ago +2

      bruh why have you commented on this at least 16 times

  • Little Heck
    Little Heck 11 hours ago +2

    Mark can engineer an egg to drop from space without breaking. Meanwhile, I can't get my eggs home from the grocery store without one of them breaking. Engineer 1🥚 Egghead neuroscientist 0 🍳

  • Alan Walker
    Alan Walker Day ago +1618

    No way! So cool to see Joe in this video, was not expecting that!

    • TarTox_Toxic
      TarTox_Toxic 8 hours ago

      comment #90

    • Sarthak Suman
      Sarthak Suman 8 hours ago

      Walker?

    • Miley Cirus
      Miley Cirus 8 hours ago

      Just got back home from a 6 hour car trip. Listened to a few of your songs on my playlist.

    • Mythical glory
      Mythical glory 9 hours ago

      @Megha Patel Joe mama

    • shei
      shei 10 hours ago

      NAHH ITS THE REAL ONE

  • 😈Mу*iD*5567 - TAР Me T0 HaVe Sех wITн -ME-😈

    I just love how Mark just takes like a normal science project and then he does the most crazy stuff with it. Praying i get that ticket from crunch labs.

  • 😈Mу*iD*5567 - TAР Me T0 HaVe Sех wITн -ME-😈

    I just love how Mark just takes like a normal science project and then he does the most crazy stuff with it. Praying i get that ticket from crunch labs.

  • HowDidThisGetHere
    HowDidThisGetHere 14 hours ago +30

    Yeah, my background is in aviation.
    I spotted the regulation problem immediately and was listening to hear how you cleared this with the FAA & NASA.

  • Little Heck
    Little Heck 11 hours ago +49

    I feel like you are probably the only person to ever accidentally almost make a precision guided missile, let alone whilst trying to make an egg survive going to space. Well done, these are always so interesting and funny.

    • Jun
      Jun 6 hours ago +1

      bro retweeting on youtube ong

  • Kelvin Abambora
    Kelvin Abambora Day ago +2555

    "Which was surprising because Joe had definitely run through a lot of analysis and testing before coming here. So after conducting a thorough review of the footage and firmware he was able to locate and fix a single rogue negative sign in the code that seemed to be causing all the control issues" - The perfect description of my entire engineering degree

    • Unaming Gaming
      Unaming Gaming 4 hours ago

      It's a classic when it comes to programming. Minor typo -> Major Failure.

    • Tommy Maddox
      Tommy Maddox 15 hours ago

      Did mechanical and then got into programming later. Highly accurate.

    • Maggie Sellers
      Maggie Sellers Day ago

      also my entire computer science degree

    • Normal Channel
      Normal Channel Day ago

      Nasa lost a misson cause of a comma

    • Kevintzen
      Kevintzen Day ago

      *What's poppin guys, so recently I've explained why you All Better Hate my Recent upload.. because my World Record is to become the most hated youtuber to ever exist.*

  • 💝Mу*iD*5567 - TAР ME to HaVe Sех wITн (me)💝

    The fact that a 100 years ago going to space seemed almost impossible, and now a bunch of guys with an egg building a rocket and guiding it back down to a particular location without breaking the egg being seen as a 'passion project' is wild.

  • 💗Mу*iD*5567 - TAP Mе T0 HaVe SEX wITн *me*💗

    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.

  • 😈Mу*iD*5567 - TAР Me T0 HaVe Sех wITн -ME-😈

    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.

    • HowzerHead
      HowzerHead 7 hours ago

      what the heck is that username lmao

  • Yann Del Rey
    Yann Del Rey 6 hours ago

    Awesome video! I love seeing your thinking process, going through failure and bouncing back. One question though, because of the heater, isn't the egg cooked hence why it didn't crack upon landing.

  • Spud McKeegan
    Spud McKeegan Day ago +1853

    Was constantly expecting Mark to say "and then a bird flew into the balloon and we cried for days"

  • Rahul Sharma
    Rahul Sharma 8 hours ago

    Leave everything aside just watch how amazing our earth looks from the space ❤️

  • Sonia’s Way
    Sonia’s Way 11 hours ago +14

    You have to respect the fact that 3 years of work went into this experiment. Mark’s dedication to his craft is unmatched!

  • Vinny Vidi Vintage!
    Vinny Vidi Vintage! 13 hours ago

    It is so amazing that you have almost 23 millions subscribers... Also, my kids are loving the build boxes!!!

  • SkaterNSpike
    SkaterNSpike 12 hours ago +2

    That moment when you realize you accidentally are making a precision guided missle

  • Chrisjk
    Chrisjk 2 days ago +1677

    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
      Connor Bradley 13 hours ago

      Could I get a timestamp?

    • TTVI Channel
      TTVI Channel Day ago

      Do not translate!!! ତୁମେ ଅଭିଶାପିତ କାରଣ ଯଦି ତୁମେ ଅଭିଶାପ ଭାଙ୍ଗିବ ନାହିଁ ତୁମେ ମରିବ, ଅଭିଶାପକୁ ଭାଙ୍ଗିବାର ଏକମାତ୍ର ଉପାୟ ହେଉଛି ମୋ ଚ୍ୟାନେଲକୁ ସବସ୍କ୍ରାଇବ କରିବା | .

    • Neonic
      Neonic Day ago

      @mdrzncan you put me in a room if i make a guided missile?

    • deviantsemicolon618
      deviantsemicolon618 Day ago +27

      @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.

    • Gun Catto
      Gun Catto Day ago +2

      Don't forget it was a guided missile designed to make a egg not crack when falling.

  • Little Heck
    Little Heck 11 hours ago +3

    I love how he realizes he's basically making a guided missile

  • 🔥Bridget- Go t0 MY Ch@nnel livе (now)

    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.

  • 🔥Bridget- Go t0 MY Ch@nnel livе (now)

    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.

  • Little Heck
    Little Heck 11 hours ago +171

    It's crazy how much time and energy he puts into all of his projects no matter how difficult or ridiculous they may seem

    • micha egi
      micha egi 6 hours ago

      Yeah imagine all those genious people would spend their time and engery to save our planet instead of wasting tons of resources for 'fun projects'. 🙂

    • corey
      corey 6 hours ago +3

      bro how many times have you commented

  • Breone
    Breone 2 days ago +20

    This is insane. Awesome job, Mark! Thank you for putting so much work into every amazing video that you give us! :)

  • 🔥Mу-iD-3082 - TAP Mе to Hаve seX With (me)🔥

    Every time my daughter watches your videos she learns something new. On this video she learned the most important thing yet, GRIT!

  • James Lee
    James Lee 11 hours ago +1

    I like their "little bit of Margen of error. And it's literally like a grain of sand from space. 🤣🤣🤣🤣

  • Little Heck
    Little Heck 11 hours ago +2

    It's amazing that Mark can make so many inventions at one time and all work on them at different times so if one fails he has another backup one for the video

  • Binay Kedia
    Binay Kedia 9 hours ago +1

    Can't even Imagine what Elon Musk had to go through launching rockets with real men with precision.

  • Nikki
    Nikki 2 days ago +838

    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”
    🤣

    • -.-
      -.- 19 hours ago

      @aecs They censored it, was legit.

    • JeuxGoogle JeuxGoogle
      JeuxGoogle JeuxGoogle Day ago

      yep basically that's it. Replace the egg with an explosive charge and that's it, a guided missile. Although engineering it is "feasible", Mark or anyone helping him would get into troubles with federal agencies the minute the video is uploaded on youtube because the technology behind it is restricted by US laws. It's not that hard to engineer that kind of stuff, but putting it on youtube as a "tutorial" is a no go by US laws.

    • Bo Chapman
      Bo Chapman Day ago +1

      @notahotshot yeah when it comes to our government I think we should know what’s going on my bad.

    • notahotshot
      notahotshot Day ago +2

      @Bo Chapman
      "I don't think anything should be not public." ~ Bo Chapman
      Really? Would you like to share your bank account info?

    • Bo Chapman
      Bo Chapman Day ago +1

      The problem is sharing the technology on how to make a guided missile. It doesn’t matter if it’s an egg or a nuke. The technology is what’s important. Although personally, I don’t think anything should be not public.

  • BluffyGFX
    BluffyGFX 15 hours ago +5

    See this was 1 day ago at the time I am seeing this and it at the current moment is #1 on Trending. Mark Rober puts so much effort into making these videos and it is worth the 1-3 month wait!

  • Little Heck
    Little Heck 11 hours ago +2

    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

  • 💖Mу-iD-3082 - TаP Me to Hаve sex wiтн МЕ!💖

    Can we just take a moment to say how beautiful the earth looks from up there

  • 🍑- tAP МЕ to HaVe seX wITн -ME-🍑

    I love that instead of grabbing an egg from any other nest, he chose to grab an egg from underneath the one chicken in the roost

  • Khoa Weston
    Khoa Weston 2 days ago +1726

    Love how the information Mark needed to help his “precision guided missle” was literally CLASSIFIED

    • cheggers!
      cheggers! 10 hours ago

      @Comedious ඞ hello sherlock

    • Tyler N
      Tyler N Day ago

      @Lanausse exactly

    • Meneldal
      Meneldal Day ago

      @John DoDo Doe I know you can order that stuff from Aliexpress, doesn't mean it's legal

    • John DoDo Doe
      John DoDo Doe Day ago

      @Meneldal Those are readily available from east Asia, just need to get past customs.

    • Meneldal
      Meneldal Day ago

      You also might need some illegal in the US GPS modules that actually work at high altitudes and speed because for obvious reasons the government doesn't want GPS to be used in missiles it doesn't own.

  • Zlodej
    Zlodej 9 hours ago

    Was it just me when hearing the combination of as Increadible as taking a giant robot... As ridiculous as worlds highest egg-drop. The fact is that with all the massive engineering they are both about same incredible and about same ridiculous at the end...

  • Whittall
    Whittall 5 hours ago +1

    I love the PvZ music used at 11:55. Great place to use this song. Always found it gave an ode of inquisitiveness.

  • Me Tanga
    Me Tanga 14 hours ago +5

    Backyard precision-guided weapon system... lol I was thinking about DARPA at the beginning. ...and Congratulations and well done!! Awesome video!!!
    What were the (terminal) velocities of the landing device and the ball?

  • Mark Grexton
    Mark Grexton 11 hours ago +1

    Amazing content!

  • Vinny BagO'Doughnuts
    Vinny BagO'Doughnuts Day ago +2532

    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.

    • TTVI Channel
      TTVI Channel Day ago

      Do not translate!!! ତୁମେ ଅଭିଶାପିତ କାରଣ ଯଦି ତୁମେ ଅଭିଶାପ ଭାଙ୍ଗିବ ନାହିଁ ତୁମେ ମରିବ, ଅଭିଶାପକୁ ଭାଙ୍ଗିବାର ଏକମାତ୍ର ଉପାୟ ହେଉଛି ମୋ ଚ୍ୟାନେଲକୁ ସବସ୍କ୍ରାଇବ କରିବା | .

    • jmhowlett
      jmhowlett Day ago

      Yes, also a great team working on his side.

    • MSMEG IX
      MSMEG IX Day ago

      im better than mark rober cry about it

    • Chase Nagel
      Chase Nagel Day ago

      like the rover?

    • Bruhmation
      Bruhmation Day ago

      thrice

  • Odduck
    Odduck 11 hours ago

    This reminds me of the time me and my friends launched a helium balloon into the clouds

  • Alexander Kosolapov
    Alexander Kosolapov 8 hours ago

    This is an awesome collaboration I've been watching you both for many years. Love to see you guys!

  • RanjRasm
    RanjRasm 4 hours ago +1

    This was actually so fun especially when you guys explain it this is epic :D

  • SkyfighterZX
    SkyfighterZX 14 hours ago

    I love how the super advanced solution did not outperform the simple beach ball technique to fulfill it's objective, in engeneearing the simplest solution is really the best.

  • Texas Blues Alley
    Texas Blues Alley Day ago +22

    I was way more emotionally invested in this video than I expected. 🤣

  • Evilwhisper
    Evilwhisper 9 hours ago

    To be honest guidance missile part could have worked if they had a small transponder on the missile and a beacon on the landing site. If you have a tracking-capable antenna on the missile you can move the fins as you want doesn't matter where you launch from. I used to design antennas for ground stations that can track satellites missiles etc.

  • UnhingedFridge
    UnhingedFridge 9 hours ago

    Beautiful project. Thank you for showing every step along the way, missteps included.
    You rock, keep on exploring those fun ideas you come up with 👍

  • Joseph Wagoner
    Joseph Wagoner 8 hours ago

    You're the best egg, Mark! Thanks for taking us on another amazing ride!

  • Nothing\
    Nothing\ 13 hours ago

    Now I wonder, if somebody released a weather balloon on Venus, how high would it go? Assuming it was some magic balloon that would survive the high pressure, temperature and sulfuric acid. I know the gravity is ALMOST the same as Earth's. Venus has a gravitational acceleration of 8.87m/s^2 compared to Earth's 9.806. But the atmosphere at average ground level on Venus is 92x higher than sea level on earth, so any helium balloon would conceivably fly a lot higher and rise a lot faster. Actually you could even fill a balloon with regular earth air and it would float like helium on venus because its atmosphere is so dense. And then with how dense the atmosphere is and the different composition, the terminal velocity of the egg would be a lot slower near the ground. It would probably be relatively simple to work out the terminal velocity of a sphere if you could find data on the density of Venus' atmosphere vs altitude. Which would also be interesting to see. How thick its atmosphere gets the closer you get to the ground.
    Then you can use bernoulli's principle to work out at what altitude the balloon would be at the same pressure as it would be at 100,000 feet above earth, which is where weather balloons usually pop. Then with bernoulli's principle you know the balloon would be expanded to the same size and hence it would pop just the same. Again I have to stress this is just a thought experiment involving a magic balloon that would survive all of the other conditions on venus. For all intents and purposes, everything would be and act exactly the same as on earth except for the atmospheric pressure around the balloon.

  • SuperGamersTV35
    SuperGamersTV35 2 days ago +8

    "some simple math for an egg" had me dying xD

  • Larry Rivers
    Larry Rivers 12 hours ago

    We're the eggs still raw when retrieved? Or were they cooked to keep them from cracking .

  • Unit
    Unit 12 hours ago

    Imagine you have all the math sorted out, all the gear you need is bought and accounted for, you launch the egg into space, the mechanism activates and the egg drops, and then it hits a bird on the way down and cracks...

  • Elias Parichy
    Elias Parichy 13 hours ago +1

    Nice job 9 million views in one day. Love for your videos I took your class over the summer and I want for Christmas to get some thing from crunch labs.

  • D R
    D R 13 hours ago +2

    Congratulations mark, you embarked on a three year journey to drop an egg from space and land it without it cracking, and it worked, bravo! 🎉

  • ChrisGamingNL333
    ChrisGamingNL333 2 days ago +3212

    The fact this one egg has traveled much higher than probably anyone watching this video will ever go is just insane

    • Tomzzzen
      Tomzzzen 10 hours ago

      @Russ Logan get a life...

    • Hedning1390
      Hedning1390 14 hours ago

      How do you know? They never disclosed how high it went.

    • Yan Li
      Yan Li 19 hours ago

      @Cyclops Mtb At what? Being narcissistic?

    • airangel94
      airangel94 Day ago

      I'm sure the momma hen is so proud, hehe.

    • The Elysium
      The Elysium Day ago

      @Cyclops Mtb please elaborate

  • Tourney64
    Tourney64 5 hours ago

    Enjoyed the video, and everything done to accomplish the task.
    You said the egg that was in the capsule was hot when you took it out. Did you crack open the egg to make sure it wasn’t hard boiled due to the heater?

  • The WW Wizard
    The WW Wizard 15 hours ago

    to be fair, no one said dropping an egg from the literal edge of space and still having it intact would be easy

  • Dmitriy Yukhnovskiy
    Dmitriy Yukhnovskiy 9 hours ago

    Although this is impressive, the egg was still released earlier than intended

  • TXCAPONE YOUNG JERRY
    TXCAPONE YOUNG JERRY 11 hours ago +1

    Nice Mark Robert literally one the best my admiration for engineering new things and doing all of this for our future in society.

  • Sir Pemberton S. Crevalius
    Sir Pemberton S. Crevalius 2 days ago +2013

    Those final two eggs should've been incubated and hatched afterwards so they could be space chickens or space Avians.

    • Ayaan Khan
      Ayaan Khan Day ago

      Parents: Grand grand grand grand grand grand grand grand grand grand grand grand grand grand grand grand grand grand grand grand grand grand grand father?

    • Kam Corder
      Kam Corder Day ago +1

      Even if that egg was fertilized, it wouldn't be viable after all thay it went through

    • Northern Snow
      Northern Snow Day ago +1

      I'm sure it's already been said, but these eggs were never going to hatch. It's impossible for an unfertalized egg to develop, into a chick.

    • Jessica Hearts
      Jessica Hearts Day ago

      Unfortunately I doubt they were fertilized

    • James Benson
      James Benson Day ago +2

      I'm sure it's the highest egg drop but it's not space. Also, on rewatching, I'm pretty sure "30,000 feet over [x]" was its rate of descent after it popped, so unless they just forgot to mention it'd gone 3 times as far as the previous mention of height, nah.

  • zfg hbs3895
    zfg hbs3895 13 hours ago +20

    No wonder Max gets on a Special Program every time he has a rerun, he's amazing

  • Brian Johnson
    Brian Johnson 14 hours ago +1

    I’m a little surprised there wasn’t talk about constructing the actual apparatus to save the egg from cracking. It was all about the logistics of dropping and recovering an egg from such a height.

    • Treka Double
      Treka Double 6 hours ago

      I wonder if it would be a problem to post this on RU-clip. I doubt he could talk about how he protected the egg without talking about the rocket itself and people with bad intention may try to imitate him. Imagine what some people could do with a rocket like this...

  • docsavagE
    docsavagE 13 hours ago

    One question I need an answer on. How close was that egg to hard boiled?

  • Little Heck
    Little Heck 11 hours ago +6

    Love how the information Mark needed to help his “precision guided missle” was literally CLASSIFIED

  • ragnarockerbunny
    ragnarockerbunny Day ago +256

    "Dude, there are thousands of people who have done this before and they are sworn by federal law not to say a single f*cking word to you!" I am still laughing, what a great guy, what a great vid, Mark! Kudos to the entire team, you all made something very special here.

  • Jonathan Luis
    Jonathan Luis 6 hours ago

    I love your videos, definitely quality over quantity. This tugged at my heart strings more than it needed but it definitely did and I loved that.

  • KyraFyre
    KyraFyre 11 hours ago +1

    What about all the microplastics your "biggest mattress" leached into that soil?

  • @%abcxyz
    @%abcxyz 4 hours ago

    From the main part of egg landing safely or not I became more concerned about take off

  • XxEmoxX
    XxEmoxX 12 hours ago

    Wouldn't the egg Crack or either cook, due to the amount of speed that it's dropping from?

  • BA Q
    BA Q Day ago +975

    The Most Phenomenal thing about this is that this didnt feel like a youtube video, it felt like it was a documentary about a mission with such a high hill to overcome it felt impossible.

    • A.D
      A.D Day ago

      @Wystrix elementary school moment

    • Wystrix
      Wystrix Day ago

      @A.D Middle school moment

    • A.D
      A.D Day ago

      @Prawn hitler🐸

    • A.D
      A.D Day ago

      @Suffered, Learned & Changed hitler🐸

    • Prawn
      Prawn Day ago

      And that we watched it pretty early

  • Vito Torres
    Vito Torres 11 hours ago +1

    This was as crazy as it was inspiring. Thank you Mark Rober. Now, I too, want to build a precision guided missile.

  • ClassicMiddleton
    ClassicMiddleton 11 hours ago +1

    8:57 has gotta be one of the most interesting things I've ever heard in my entire life. Insane to know how this is done!

  • timothy chua
    timothy chua 5 hours ago

    if i remember correctly, gps signals also get distorted at very high altitudes or very fast speeds

  • Lonely Egg
    Lonely Egg 10 hours ago +1

    Eggs have evolved, were now going into space!

  • Phillip Tyndall
    Phillip Tyndall Day ago +374

    I feel like you are probably the only person to ever accidentally almost make a precision guided missile, let alone whilst trying to make an egg survive going to space. Well done, these are always so interesting and funny.

    • Ckblahblah
      Ckblahblah Day ago +1

      @Gravity [Faodail17] lmao

    • Rxtomix
      Rxtomix Day ago

      @HardcodedSoftware yeah i dont think rock communities build guided missiles bud

    • MAGGOT VOMIT
      MAGGOT VOMIT Day ago

      LOL!! Explosive Eggs randomly pelt Ethan Klein's (aka Sewer Bear's) studio for the next 6months. 🤣

    • Gravity [Faodail17]
      Gravity [Faodail17] Day ago +8

      @Ckblahblah I’m glad you can read how many comments there are

    • Ckblahblah
      Ckblahblah Day ago

      Only 2 comments?

  • Deepak Sharma
    Deepak Sharma 12 hours ago

    Really you made an incredible launch from space and finally it didn't broke

  • ChangChing Chi
    ChangChing Chi 11 hours ago

    my son asked me why im crying watching this. great engineering effort!

  • Whozit Overlord
    Whozit Overlord 14 hours ago

    Your videos always make my day

  • Gerald Del Giudice
    Gerald Del Giudice 12 hours ago

    I thought this would be physically impossible for Mark until I remembered he used to work at NASA so…

  • Duncan Murray
    Duncan Murray Day ago +149

    I was already amazed when an 83mph egg didn't smash against the mattress

  • shae0703
    shae0703 12 hours ago

    1922: 100 years from now we could have flying cars
    2022: *dropping eggs from space*

  • Alex Post
    Alex Post 8 hours ago

    I always enjoy when you put the some of the Plants versus Zombies soundtrack in your videos. A real nostalgia trip.

  • TheRambunctiousRobloxian

    Fact checker here: The Concorde aircraft served meals which included eggs so this is not the first egg to travel above Mach 1.

  • ozfoxaroo
    ozfoxaroo 12 hours ago

    1:58 "Check the egg, no cracks!" I think the idea was already cracked enough! 😅
    25:17 "I hope you learned something by watching this video" - Yeah, how to go completely nuts with science! 🤣

  • Usedpython
    Usedpython Day ago +398

    I love how he realizes he's basically making a guided missile

    • Colonel Corn
      Colonel Corn Day ago

      2 comments that are near the top?

    • FerretRevelvent
      FerretRevelvent Day ago +4

      @Sabrina Kingsley H-He changed it *because* it was illegal tho to make it not illegal

    • AnEnderNon
      AnEnderNon Day ago +3

      @Sabrina Kingsley ? he didnt make it tho

    • Busta
      Busta Day ago +16

      @Sabrina Kingsley what are you on about lol

    • jiggaboo jones
      jiggaboo jones Day ago +2

      Welcome to Mark makes a GBU-12

  • Alex G
    Alex G 5 hours ago

    "as we walked away with two un-cracked eggs in Hand". Congratulations Mark, on not cracking your eggs :D

  • Kareem Ahmed
    Kareem Ahmed 14 hours ago +3

    Thank you for your great content

  • Chad Elia
    Chad Elia 14 hours ago +1

    A true labor of love! Almost a Mini Docu Com/Dram! Loved every minute of it!

    • CD vr
      CD vr 14 hours ago

      If your still on RU-clip respond

    • CD vr
      CD vr 14 hours ago

      Lol

  • Ryan Qutob
    Ryan Qutob 3 hours ago

    Imagine being so bored you came up with the idea to drop an egg from space 😂😂

  • Craftd
    Craftd 2 days ago +1979

    You have to respect the fact that 3 years of work went into this experiment. Mark’s dedication to his craft is unmatched!

    • Ew!
      Ew! Day ago +1

      fr

    • Kevintzen
      Kevintzen Day ago

      *Yo guys, so recently I've explained why you All Better Hate my Recent upload.. because my World Record is to become the most hated youtuber to ever exist.*

    • TTVI Channel
      TTVI Channel Day ago

      Do not translate!!! ତୁମେ ଅଭିଶାପିତ କାରଣ ଯଦି ତୁମେ ଅଭିଶାପ ଭାଙ୍ଗିବ ନାହିଁ ତୁମେ ମରିବ, ଅଭିଶାପକୁ ଭାଙ୍ଗିବାର ଏକମାତ୍ର ଉପାୟ ହେଉଛି ମୋ ଚ୍ୟାନେଲକୁ ସବସ୍କ୍ରାଇବ କରିବା | .

    • Walty world
      Walty world Day ago +1

      Ik

    • blengi
      blengi Day ago

      and yet didn't crack the egg just after extraction to prove it wasn't hard boiled.

  • Kole Karnes
    Kole Karnes 11 hours ago +1

    You had problems but when you fixed them and tested it you had fun and that's all that matters is having fun

  • polytzai
    polytzai 5 hours ago

    Amazing as always!

  • Arctic Custom Props
    Arctic Custom Props 12 hours ago

    When you are launching these balloons, do you have to clear it with the FAA, or any other agency, to make sure it doesn't fly into the flight path of commercial airlines?

  • Candi Soda
    Candi Soda 14 hours ago

    Now do the highest human space dive into water..
    Will a needle going a million mph into water from space REALLY act like something hitting concrete or will it slice through the water?

  • Oliver mcgabe
    Oliver mcgabe Day ago +428

    I wonder if Mark ever says to himself “Do i really need to put all this effort in just to drop an egg from space?”

    • LiterallyLincoln
      LiterallyLincoln Day ago +1

      in science, you never ask why.

    • PasteyProtatoes
      PasteyProtatoes Day ago +3

      @Hiram Mancilla
      It's not about the money, it's about the message

    • Hiram Mancilla
      Hiram Mancilla Day ago +2

      Its not about the egg, its about all Is involved in

    • Wild Side of Things
      Wild Side of Things Day ago +12

      That is the nature of science and engineering though. A whole lot of failures until you eventually get the results you're looking for.

    • StutterPunk
      StutterPunk Day ago +14

      I don't think so. I think he's like "because it would be cool obviously"

  • Little Heck
    Little Heck 11 hours ago +4

    Thank you for never giving up on your projects and putting an incredible amount of time and effort into everything. This was freaking epic

  • MM Aviation
    MM Aviation 3 hours ago +2

    Doing this on MARS next year? LETTTSSSGOOOOOO!

  • B.S.Hermann
    B.S.Hermann 4 hours ago +1

    Time to make the egg land safely on the moon