Asian Gangster Crips AGC NorthSide Family - MEAN MUG

Asian Gangster Crips AGC NorthSide Family - MEAN MUG

SHOT IN THE NORTH SIDE OF ATLANTA VICKZ, BIZZY LOCC This is not my video. Taken from Jesse Llenas channel. Tiny Raskals Gang TRG, AGC, VBZ, ABZ, EBK, LCV Crips

Apollo AGC Part 5: We run a chunk of original Apollo code!

Apollo AGC Part 5: We run a chunk of original Apollo code!

We are out of time for our first visit, and memory is not working. But our whiz kid Mike manages to whip up an FPGA memory emulator for the AGC just before we have to leave. The AGC gets to run a chunk of an original Apollo program! Frequent comment answers: Yes we know about Francois Rautenbach and the Block I core ropes (https://youtu.be/WquhaobDqLU). These ropes are also from Jimmie but are not compatible with our Block II computer. Yes we are in contact with Fran https://youtu.be/UjcfepTdvZI (and several others) about their superb DSKYs replicas. Some relevant links: Playlist of the restoration series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL-_93BVApb59FWrLZfdlisi_x7-Ut_-w7 Block I AGC period documentary: https://youtu.be/ndvmFlg1WmE Inertial navigation system documentary: https://youtu.be/wD97RSpiZe0 Schematics: https://www.ibiblio.org/apollo/links.html#AGC_electrical_schematics and: https://archive.org/details/agc_handbook_jp2 Mike's AGC backplane viewer: http://apolloguidance.computer/2003100_071/pins AGC software repo: https://github.com/virtualagc/virtualagc The Ultimate Apollo Guidance Computer Talk: https://youtu.be/xx7Lfh5SKUQ

Apollo AGC Part 1: Restoring the computer that put man on the Moon

Apollo AGC Part 1: Restoring the computer that put man on the Moon

We embark on the restoration of a very rare and historically significant machine: the Apollo Guidance Computer, or AGC. It was the revolutionary MIT-designed computer aboard Apollo that brought man on the Moon (and back!). Mike Stewart, space engineer extraordinaire and living AGC encyclopedia, spearheads this restoration effort. In this first episode, we setup a makeshift lab in his hotel room, somewhere in Houston. The computer belongs to a delightful private collector, Jimmie Loocke, who has generously allowed us to dive in the guts of his precious machine, with the hope of restoring it to full functionality by July 2019, the anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon Landing. Frequent comment answers: Yes we know about Francois Rautenbach and the Block I core ropes (https://youtu.be/WquhaobDqLU). These ropes are also from Jimmie and not compatible with our Block II computer Yes we are in contact with Fran https://youtu.be/UjcfepTdvZI (and several others) about their superb DSKYs replicas. Some relevant links: Playlist of the restoration series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL-_93BVApb59FWrLZfdlisi_x7-Ut_-w7 Block I AGC period documentary: https://youtu.be/ndvmFlg1WmE Inertial navigation system documentary: https://youtu.be/wD97RSpiZe0 Schematics: https://www.ibiblio.org/apollo/links.html#AGC_electrical_schematics and: https://archive.org/details/agc_handbook_jp2 Mike's AGC backplane viewer: http://apolloguidance.computer/2003100_071/pins AGC software repo: https://github.com/virtualagc/virtualagc The Ultimate Apollo Guidance Computer Talk: https://youtu.be/xx7Lfh5SKUQ

34C3 - The Ultimate Apollo Guidance Computer Talk

34C3 -  The Ultimate Apollo Guidance Computer Talk

https://media.ccc.de/v/34c3-9064-the_ultimate_apollo_guidance_computer_talk The Apollo Guidance Computer ("AGC") was used onboard the Apollo spacecraft to support the Apollo moon landings between 1969 and 1972. This talk explains "everything about the AGC", including its quirky but clever hardware design, its revolutionary OS, and how its software allowed humans to reach and explore the moon. Michael Steil Christian Hessmann https://fahrplan.events.ccc.de/congress/2017/Fahrplan/events/9064.html

Apollo AGC Part 4: We are "go" for power up

Apollo AGC Part 4: We are "go" for power up

The last module has checked out OK. It's time to attempt powering up the AGC - and see if it awakens from its 43+ years of slumber, even without proper working memory. Frequent comment answers: Yes we know about Francois Rautenbach and the Block I core ropes (https://youtu.be/WquhaobDqLU). These ropes are also from Jimmie and not compatible with our Block II computer Yes we are in contact with Fran https://youtu.be/UjcfepTdvZI (and several others) about their superb DSKYs replicas. Some relevant links: Playlist of the restoration series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL-_93BVApb59FWrLZfdlisi_x7-Ut_-w7 Block I AGC period documentary: https://youtu.be/ndvmFlg1WmE Inertial navigation system documentary: https://youtu.be/wD97RSpiZe0 Schematics: https://www.ibiblio.org/apollo/links.html#AGC_electrical_schematics and: https://archive.org/details/agc_handbook_jp2 Mike's AGC backplane viewer: http://apolloguidance.computer/2003100_071/pins AGC software repo: https://github.com/virtualagc/virtualagc The Ultimate Apollo Guidance Computer Talk: https://youtu.be/xx7Lfh5SKUQ

Apollo AGC DSKY Display Project, Pt.1

Apollo AGC DSKY Display Project, Pt.1

Help Support Fran's YouTube Channel on Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/frantone Special thanks to all the people and institutions who have helped me with this project so far, with very special thanks to: Stephen Masucci - general space nut and all around swell guy. Brian Benchoff - Contributing Editor at Hackaday Shannon Whetzel -Collections Manager, Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center. Deborah G. Douglas, PhD - Director of Collections and Curator of Science and Technology, MIT Museum. Carl Bobrow - Museum Specialist, National Air and Space Museum, Smithsonian Institution. Paul Ceruzzi - Chairman of the Division of Space History, National Air and Space Museum, Smithsonian Institution. Donate to help fund my YouTube Channel at http://www.frantone.com Learn more about how Electroluminescent Displays work: http://www.edisontechcenter.org/electroluminescent.html Fran on Twitter - https://twitter.com/contourcorsets Fran's Science Blog - http://www.frantone.com/designwritings/design_writings.html Fran's Daily Updates - http://www.contourcorsets.com/daily/daily.html

DSKY AGC

DSKY AGC

Working Replica DSKY-AGC Apollo Guidance Computer If anyone is still interested in owning a working AGC DSKY then check out Sam Symmon's excellent reproduction on ebay.

Open DSKY - AGC (Apollo Guidance Computer) Replica

Open DSKY - AGC (Apollo Guidance Computer) Replica

Apollo AGC Part 3: Main Bus B Undervolt

Apollo AGC Part 3: Main Bus B Undervolt

In preparation for the AGC power up, we test the alarm module B8, simulate the Apollo 13 main bus undervolt, and discover that our memory is faulty. And we find out how much our AGC did originally cost. Frequent comment answers: Yes we know about Francois Rautenbach and the Block I core ropes (https://youtu.be/WquhaobDqLU). These ropes are also from Jimmie and not compatible with our Block II computer Yes we are in contact with Fran https://youtu.be/UjcfepTdvZI (and several others) about their superb DSKYs replicas. Some relevant links: Playlist of the restoration series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL-_93BVApb59FWrLZfdlisi_x7-Ut_-w7 Block I AGC period documentary: https://youtu.be/ndvmFlg1WmE Inertial navigation system documentary: https://youtu.be/wD97RSpiZe0 Schematics: https://www.ibiblio.org/apollo/links.html#AGC_electrical_schematics and: https://archive.org/details/agc_handbook_jp2 Mike's AGC backplane viewer: http://apolloguidance.computer/2003100_071/pins AGC software repo: https://github.com/virtualagc/virtualagc The Ultimate Apollo Guidance Computer Talk: https://youtu.be/xx7Lfh5SKUQ

Apollo AGC Part 2: Power supplies test

Apollo AGC Part 2: Power supplies test

Mike Stewart gives an overview of the hardware. Enamored by the success at checking the IC gates, we proceed to check out and power up the supplies. Once again a long-ish video, but I hesitate to chop it up too much for fear of losing details that might be important to some. Let me know how I am doing. Frequent comment answers: Yes we know about Francois Rautenbach and the Block I core ropes (https://youtu.be/WquhaobDqLU). These ropes are also from Jimmie and not compatible with our Block II computer Yes we are in contact with Fran https://youtu.be/UjcfepTdvZI (and several others) about their superb DSKYs replicas. Link to the backplane viewer: http://apolloguidance.computer/2003100_071/pins Link to the manual with block 2 schematics: https://archive.org/details/agc_handbook_jp2 AGC software repo: https://github.com/virtualagc/virtualagc The Ultimate Apollo Guidance Computer Talk: https://youtu.be/xx7Lfh5SKUQ

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