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This program features historical film clips from NASA projects. Scenes include launches, on-orbit activities, and splash downs.
Topics: Mercury, Gemini, Apollo, launches, splash downs, NASA, JSC
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The film shows pictorial highlights of the Mercury, Gemini, Apollo, and Skylab Programs. It is a creatively choreographed production using a music sound track with no narration.
Topics: Mercury, Gemini, Apollo, Skylab, NASA, JSC
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Launch date: January 22, 1968 - Unmanned Follows the successful testing of the Lunar Module, the spacecraft in which man will make his first landing on the Moon. Tracking stations around the world track its position with pinpoint accuracy as the Mission Control engineers test the many systems onboard. Lunar Module 1 - not designed to return to Earth - tumbles through space until destroyed by the atmosphere of the Earth.
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Topics: Apollo 4, Apollo 5, lunar missions, NASA, JSC
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Pioneer 10 was the first spacecraft to travel beyond Mars to the outer planets of our solar system. During the 21-month, 620-million-mile journey to Jupiter, Pioneer penetrated the previously unexplored asteroid belt without mishap, eliminating the long held fear that high-speed particles or huge asteroids might destroy the spacecraft. This film tells of the findings recorded by the scientific instruments and cameras onboard. After leaving the Jovian system, Pioneer will be on a course that...
Topics: Pioneer 10, Jupiter, solar system, JSC, NASA
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Mars has been the setting for many tales of science fiction. This program shows how facts gleaned from space missions began to separate fact from fiction
Topics: Mars, red planet, solar system, JSC, NASA
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UNIVERSE (EPISODE 11) HQ 220 - (1976) - (Animation in this production is copyrighted; therefore, this production can only be copied or shown in its entirety.) This motion picture explores almost inconceivable extremes of size and time - from the vast islands of stars called galaxies to subatomic particles; from cosmic events that occurred billions of years in the past to microcosmic events in the present that endure for only a billionth of a second. The film dramatizes a mysterious and...
Topics: NASA, outer space, universe, stars, galaxies
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APOLLO 10: TO SORT OUT THE UNKNOWNS JSC 519 - (1969) - 25 1/2 Minutes Astronauts: Thomas P. Stafford, John W. Young, and Eugene A. Cernan Launch date: May 18, 1969 Records the accomplishment of the basic mission of Apollo 10 - to uncover and solve the few remaining problems before lunar landing. The Lunar Module descends to within 50,000 feet of the Moon. Includes photography of the Moon from high and low orbits.
Topics: Apollo 10, Apollo, Stafford, Young, Cernan
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The crewmembers of Apollo 11, Commander Neil Armstrong, Lunar Module Pilot Edwin Aldrin, Jr., and Command Module Pilot Michael Collins, are seen performing various on-orbit activities, including systems identification and Lunar Module checkout. The Earth is seen from space.
Topics: Who -- Neil A. Armstrong, Who -- Michael Collins, What -- Apollo 11, What -- Earth
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REFLECTIONS CMP 306 - (1969) - 16 Minutes This program reviews the Apollo 9 mission as narrated by Astronaut Rusty Schweickart.
Topics: NASA, Apollo, Apollo 9, 1969, McDivitt, Scott, Schweickart
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1 Hour 14 Minutes - Apollo 11 Post Flight Press Conference, part 1.
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Topics: Apollo 11, Post Flight, NASA, Armstrong, Aldrin, Collins
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APOLLO 4 MISSION JSC 457 - (1967) Launch Date: November 9, 1967 - Unmanned Apollo 4 was the first flight of the Saturn V launch vehicle and the S-IC and S-II stages of the rocket. APOLLO 5 MISSION JSC 461 - (1968) Launch date: January 22, 1968 - Unmanned Follows the successful testing of the Lunar Module, the spacecraft in which man will make his first landing on the Moon. Tracking stations around the world track its position with pinpoint accuracy as the Mission Control engineers test the many...
Topics: Apollo 4, Apollo 5, NASA, Lunar, Saturn V
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JSC 830 - (1983) - 28 1/2 Minutes - The first four operational missions of the Space Transportation System (STS) - flights STS-5, 6, 7, and 8 - are covered. The common denominator of these missions, satellite deployment, is stressed. Also included are some of the more important onboard experiments and the significant secondary achievements, such as EVA's, first female astronaut (Sally K. Ride), first black astronaut (Guion S. Bluford, Jr.), first night launch (STS-8), and first night landing...
Topics: STS, satellite, experiments, Sally Ride, Guion Bluford, firsts, NASA
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The crew wake up call begins flight day 3 aboard space shuttle Atlantis during the STS-135 mission.
Topics: NASA, STS-135, Atlantis, Space Shuttle, International Space Station
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Astronaut Recruitment PSA
Topics: NASA, Astronaut
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A more advanced Voyager spacecraft revealed a very complex system of rings circling Saturn.
Topics: Voyager, Saturn, rings, NASA, JSC
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VEIL OF VENUS (EPISODE 3) CMP 236 - (1988) - 28 1/2 Minutes Venus has sometimes been called Earth's twin, but during this program we learn about the hostile atmosphere of the planet. Featured are such facts as the surface temperature of Venus being at least 796 degrees with an atmospheric pressure of about 90 times that on Earth.
Topics: NASA, Earth, Venus, Journey Through the Solar System
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OUR STAR THE SUN (EPISODE 1) CMP 235 - (1988) - 28 1/2 Minutes The Sun as revealed by thousands of pictures taken by Skylab astronauts. Much new information and understanding about the Sun was gained from the three Skylab flights.
Topics: NASA, education, Solar System, Skkylab, Sun, Journey Through the Solar System
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Weather just does not happen; it is caused. This film describes all three weather scales - the microphysical (tiny particles), middle (front and cells), and global (layers of atmosphere) - that are interrelated in a total system. One of the benefits of the Space Shuttle is the opportunity to test these conditions in zero-g. In addition, the solar wind can be observed and tested from a more advantageous position.
Topics: weather, solar wind, Sapce Shuttle, NASA, JSC
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SPACE SHUTTLE COLUMBIA: THE SECOND FLIGHT JSC 818 - (1982) - 28 1/2 Minutes - Astronauts: Joe H. Engle and Richard H. Truly Launch date: November 12, 1981 Covers unprecedented second launch of the Space Shuttle Columbia, the world's first reusable spacecraft. Also includes the events leading up to the second launch, major crew activities on-orbit, and landing.
Topics: NASA, Columbia, Eagle, Truly, shuttle
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Shows how NASA's weather scientists, in cooperation with other agencies, use aircraft and satellites to gather meteorological data. The film depicts how recent advances, particularly in computer technology, have improved weather analysis and prediction. Also contains unusual footage of tornado formation, as well as actual shots of its awesome force.
Topics: weather, tornado, NASA, JSC
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EARTH, THE PLANET (EPISODE 4) CMP 237 - (1988) - 28 1/2 Minutes This program explains a region of the Earth's atmosphere, the magnetosphere. Included are a description of how the magnetosphere works, how its energy releases, and the effects of the Sun's eruptions. Also included is an explanation of solar wind and aurora, as well as an extensive description of the information provided by the Landsat satellite.
Topics: NASA, Earth, atmosphere, magnetosphere, Sun, Journey Through the Solar System
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Expedition 61-62 Crew News Conference
Topics: Expedition 61 Resource Reel, Expedition 62 Resource Reel, Expedition 61-62 Crew Exchange
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Astronauts: Thomas P. Stafford, Vance D. Brand, and Donald K. "Deke" Slayton Cosmonauts: Alexei A. Leonov and Valeriy N. Kubasov Launch date: July 15, 1975 The Apollo-Soyuz mission was a precedent-setting event in the sphere of international manned space flight. The film treats the scientific and technological achievements and stresses the spirit of cooperation and friendship. It concludes with a projection on the future of international cooperation in space over scenes of the Space...
Topics: Apollo, Soyuz, Spacelab, cosmonauts, NASA, JSC
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EXTRATERRESTRIALS (EPISODE 13) CMP 254 - (1988) - 28 1/2 Minutes - This program explores imagination as it relates to the progress of man. Some examples are Jules Vern's science fiction novel, "From Earth To The Moon", and H. G. Welles novel, "War of the Worlds". Orson Welles reads some parts from the novel, "War of the Worlds" that he used as a famous radio presentation. A segment about Copernicus and other men, some of whose imaginative ideas came true and...
Topics: NASA, aliens, Vern, Welles, Copernicus
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STS-46 MISSION HIGHLIGHTS RESOURCE TAPE VJSC1273 - (1992)
Topics: NASA, STS 46, Mission, Highlights, Shuttle
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STS-115 Mission Highlights Flight Day 1: Commander Brent Jett NASA TV greeting; Space Shuttle Atlantis on the launch pad, walkout of the Operations and Checkout (O&C) building at the Kennedy Space Center (KSC); KSC Firing Room views; and launch through solid rocket booster (SRB) separation Flight Day 2: flight deck views; and Orbiter Boom Sensor System (OBSS) survey of Atlantis Flight Day 3: flight deck views during orbital burn; International Space Station (ISS); Atlantis survey taken from...
Topics: NASA, Shuttle, STS-115, Postflight Presentation
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53 Minutes - Apollo 11 Post Flight Press Conference, part 2.
Topics: Apollo 11, NASA, Press, moon
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INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION GENERAL RESOURCE REEL â OCTOBER 2001 JSC1906 â (2001) â 1 Hour 3/4 Minutes Media release video package documenting International Space Station (ISS) hardware and activities as of October 2001. This edition includes ISS Animation of the complete station then continues with actual video of station missions. Includes: Zarya Control module launch; STS-88 (2A) mission highlights; STS-96 (2A.1) mission highlights; STS-101 (2A.2a) mission highlights; Zvezda Service...
Topics: STS, ISS, Zarya, Zvezda, Progress, Expedition, Soyuz, Kibo, Columbus
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LUNAR SPACE SUITS JSC 272 - (1966) - 16 Minutes Andy Astronaut, an animated character, introduces the hazards Apollo lunar astronauts will encounter. Identifies and describes each article of the Extravehicular Mobility Unit (EMU). Poses problems of extravehicular mobility and life support on the Moon and shows efforts of the NASA JSC to overcome these problems.
Topics: NASA, Apollo, moon, EMU, spacesuit
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The Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer (AMS) is flying to the station on STS-134. The AMS experiment is a state-of-the-art particle physics detector being operated by an international team composed of 60 institutes from 16 countries and organized under United States Department of Energy (DOE) sponsorship. The AMS Experiment will use the unique environment of space to advance knowledge of the universe and lead to the understanding of the universe's origin. The AMS is a high profile space-based particle...
Topics: NASA, STS-134, Space Shuttle, AMS, Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer, Endeavour
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CMP 250 - (1988) - 28 1/2 Minutes - This program begins by stating several characteristics of life. Of all the planets in our solar system, Earth is the only one known to have life. Scientists are not sure how life on Earth began. Early 1960's work on the origin of life by university and NASA scientists is shown. Several terms describing building blocks of life are explained.
Topics: NASA, life, Earth, solar system
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CMP 249 - (1988) - 28 1/2 Minutes - This program examines some of the scientific and medical experiments that were performed during the Skylab Program and the Apollo-Soyuz Test Project, as well as those that were anticipated for Space Shuttle missions.
Topics: NASA, space, experiments, Skylab, Apollo-Soyuz, shuttle
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TEACHER LESSON GUIDE: LIFE IN THE UNIVERSE SERIES CMP 255 - (1988) - 28 1/2 Minutes A teacher's guide on how to teach the "Life in the Universe" series. Included are lesson purpose, lesson objectives, vocabulary words and definitions, preparatory activities, and presenting the lesson.
Topic: Space
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APOLLO 11: FOR ALL MANKIND JSC 527 - (1969) - 34 Minutes Astronauts: Neil A. Armstrong, Michael Collins, and Edwin E. Aldrin Launch date: July 16, 1969 The first landing of men on the Moon is the culmination of a dream. A new concept of reality begins as man stands on the threshold of a new age. Includes onboard tapes and scenes showing launch, lunar orbit, landing, EVA, rendezvous, recovery, and return to Houston.
Topics: Apollo, Armstrong, Collins, Aldrin, Moon, Orbit, EVA
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ALL SYSTEMS GO! CMP 469 - (1992) - 33 1/2 Minutes - Available in 3/4" and VHS (NTSC only) Recommended Level: Middle and Secondary Schools Application: Biology and Life Sciences Explains and demonstrates human physiologic changes that take place in astronauts while they are in microgravity and research questions scientists are trying to answer.
Topic: astronauts
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NASA BIOSATELLITE PROGRAM: BETWEEN THE ATOM AND THE STAR (EPISODE 2) CMP 435 - (1988) - 28 Minutes In this program, biologists explain the kinds of experiments to be done on the Earth-orbiting biosatellite. How the experiments were conducted, the importance for seeking information about weightless atmospheres for scientific research, and the human space flight program are shown.
Topics: NASA, biosatillite, human spaceflight
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1-Hour - Activities of crew in CM and LM and last TV images before explosion of oxygen tank.
Topics: Apollo 13, Lunar Module, Command Module, NASA
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APOLLO 16: "NOTHING SO HIDDEN..." JSC 580 - (1972) - 28 1/2 Minutes Astronauts: John W. Young, Thomas K. Mattingly, II, and Charles M. Duke, Jr. Launch date: April 16, 1972 Shows the landing and the three lunar traverses in the highland region of the Moon, near the crater Descartes. Includes an astronaut's eye view from the Rover, lunar Grand Prix, discovery of the house-sized rock, lunar lift-off, and EVA 173,000 miles above the Earth. Microphones and cameras in Mission Control...
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Topics: Apollo, Young, Mattingly, Duke, Moon
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Commander: Karol J. Bobko Pilot: Donald E. Williams Mission Specialists: M. Rhea Seddon, S. David Griggs, Jeffrey A. Hoffman Payload Specialists: Charles D. Walker (McDonnell Douglas), E. J. "Jake" Garn (U.S. Senator, Utah) Dates: April 12-19, 1985 Vehicle: Discovery OV-103 Payloads: Toys, TELESAT-I/PAM-D (Anik-C1), SYNCOM IV-3 (LEASAT-3), CFES, PCG, AFE, PPE, SSIP (two experiments), and GAS (two experiments) EVA: (Tethered) deployed antenna on SYNCOM IV-3 with "fly swatter"...
Topics: STS-51D, shuttle, Discovery, OV-103, JSC, NASA
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What we anticipate finding and what we do find about the outer three planets may differ substantially. Theories about the structure and nature of those planets, comets, and asteroids are presented. The Pioneer spacecraft messages to "anybody out there" are reviewed.
Topics: Uranus, Neptune, Pluto, outer planets, NASA, JSC
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Interview with STS-81 crew member Marsha Ivins.
Topics: STS-81, shuttle, Marsha Ivins, interview, JSC, NASA
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The crewmembers of Apollo 11, Commander Neil A. Armstrong, Command Module Pilot Michael Collins, and Lunar Module Pilot Edwin E. Aldrin, Jr., are seen during various stages of preparation for the launch of Apollo 11, including suitup, breakfast, and boarding the spacecraft. They are also seen during mission training, including preparation for extravehicular activity on the surface of the Moon. The launch of Apollo 11 is shown. The ground support crew is also seen as they wait for the spacecraft...
Topics: Who -- Neil A. Armstrong, Who -- Michael Collins, What -- Apollo 11, What -- Moon
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EAGLE HAS LANDED: THE FLIGHT OF APOLLO 11 HQ 194 - (1969) - 28 1/2 Minutes The story of the historic first landing of men on the Moon in July 1969. Depicts the principal highlight events of the mission from launch through post-recovery activities of Astronauts Armstrong, Aldrin, and Collins. The film provides an "eyewitness" perspective of the Apollo 11 mission through television, motion picture, and still photography. AWARDS: Certificate of Exhibition, Edinburgh Film Festival, 1969 *...
Topics: Apollo, Apollo 11, Armstrong, Aldrin, Collins
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JSC1532 - (1996)
Topics: NASA, flight, mission, highlights, 1988-1995
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APOLLO ATMOSPHERIC ENTRY PHASE JSC 345 - (1968) - 26 Minutes Explains the geometry of return trajectory and reentry into the Earth's atmosphere by the Apollo spacecraft, as well as the problems involved and the methods and actions for overcoming these problems.
Topics: NASA, Apollo, trajectory, re-entry, Earth, Moon
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Even NASA scientists with excellent imaginations were hard pressed to predict the fascinating findings on the moons of Jupiter as revealed by the Voyager spacecraft.
Topics: Jupiter, solar system, planets, Voyager, JSC, NASA
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STS-116 Post Flight Presentation Edited video highlights of the Expedition 13 mission. Includes: Soyuz rollout; walk-out to the Soyuz rocket and wave to the crowd; launch; in-cabin views; hurricane view; Soyuz spacecraft approach and docking; Expedition 13 Commander Pavel Vinogradov, Flight engineer and ISS Science Officer Jeff Williams and Brazilian Space Agency Astronaut Marcos Pontes ingressing the International Space Station (ISS) and greetings; hatch close; Vinogradov exercising on...
Topics: JSC, NASA, STS-116, Discovery
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Commander: Kenneth D. Cameron Pilot: Stephen S. Oswald Mission Specialists: C. Michael Foale, Kenneth D. Cockrell, Ellen Ochoa Dates: April 8-17, 1993 Vehicle: Discovery OV-103 Payloads: ATLAS 2, SPARTAN-201, SSBUV, CMIX-2, PARE.03, SAREX-II, RME-III, CREAM, HERCULES, STL-3, AMOS, and GAS (1 experiment) Landing site: Runway 33 at Kennedy Space Center, Florida (FL) Narrated by the Commander and crew, this program contains footage selected by the astronauts, as well as their comments on the...
Topics: STS-56, shuttle, Discovery, OV-103, JSC, NASA
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Features an overall look at the shuttle and its components, a general mission profile, the Government / Industry team, and a status report on the readiness of the shuttle components and the astronaut flight crew.
Topics: shuttle, shuttle components, astronaut flight crew, JSC, NASA
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By sending astronauts into space, orbiting spacecraft around the Earth, and sending probes to other planets, NASA research has led to improved medical tools and new health practices. Miniaturized spacecraft components adapted into implantable devices for treatment of heart disease and diabetes, computer technology for medical diagnosis, and communications systems for rural health care are pictured and explained through dramatic photography.
Topics: SPACE RESEARCH, MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY, NASA, JSC
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Discusses the Earth's magnetic field, and how changes in the Sun's surface, such as Sunspots, affect Earthâs environment. Mentions the phenomenon of the aurora in the Arctic. Explains how the Space Shuttle will carry experiments to probe the magnetosphere and predict possible ozone layer and weather pattern changes.
Topics: ENVIRONMENT, MAGNETIC FIELD, EARTH, NASA, JSC
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APOLLO 17: ON THE SHOULDERS OF GIANTS JSC 603 - (1973) - 28 1/2 Minutes Astronauts: Eugene A. Cernan, Ronald E. Evans, and Harrison H. Schmitt Launch date: December 7, 1972 A documentary view of the Apollo 17 journey to Taurus-Littrow, the final lunar landing mission in the Apollo Program. The film depicts the highlights of the mission and relates the Apollo Program to Skylab, the Apollo-Soyuz linkup, and the Space Shuttle. AWARDS: Chris Bronze Plaque Award, 21st Annual Columbus Film Festival,...
Topics: NASA, Moon, Earth, Apollo, last Apollo mission, 1972
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OPENING NEW FRONTIERS: THE ORBITAL FLIGHT TESTS OF THE SPACE TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM JSC 824 - (1982) - 28 1/2 Minutes - The first four test missions of the Space Transportation System (STS) - flights STS-1, 2, 3, and 4 - are covered. Also included are the events leading up to the launch of STS-1, President Reagan's speech after the landing of STS-4, and highlights of the Orbital Flight Test Program in general.
Topics: NASA, shuttle, Regan, STS 1, 2, 3, 4, orbital test program
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FLIGHT OF APOLLO 7 JSC 498 - (1968) - 14 1/2 Minutes Astronauts: Walter M. "Wally" Schirra, Donn F. Eisele, and Walter Cunningham Launch date: October 11, 1968 Records life and work on the first manned flight of the Apollo series. Apollo 7 was designated to make the essential test of the Apollo spacecraft before the ambitious lunar-orbital mission could be attempted. All systems respond perfectly. The first television from space highlights the film.
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Topics: Apollo, Schirra, Eisele, Cunningham, Apollo 7
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APOLLO 8 GENESIS READING JSC 790 - (1979) - 2 Minutes While in orbit around the Moon on Christmas 1968, the Apollo 8 astronauts read a passage from the Book of Genesis in the Bible.
Topics: Apollo 8, Apollo, Moon
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APOLLO 9: THREE TO MAKE READY JSC 509 - (1969) - 17 Minutes Astronauts: James A. McDivitt, David R. Scott, and Russell L. Schweickart Launch date: March 3, 1969 Stresses the testing of the Lunar Module, the spacecraft that will land men on the Moon. Featured are sequences of launch, successful rendezvous, EVA, and the Earth's terrain.
Topics: Apollo, Apollo 9, McDivitt, Scott, Schweickart, EVA, rendezvous
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FLY ME TO THE MOON - AND BACK JSC 315 - (1966) - 28 1/2 Minutes Explains the complexity of planning a lunar mission trajectory. Includes mission analysis, new mathematical techniques, hybrid computers, mission operational plan, and real-time support for the NASA JSC's Mission Operations Control Room.
Topics: NASA, moon, space, trajectory, Mission Control, Apollo
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Commander: Joe H. Engle Pilot: Richard O. Covey Mission Specialists: James D.A. van Hoften, William F. Fisher, John M. "Mike" Lounge Dates: August 27-September 3, 1985 Vehicle: Discovery OV-103 Payloads: ASC-1, AUSSAT-1/PAM-D, SYNCOM IV-4/PAM-D (LEASAT-4), and PVTOS EVA: (Tethered) retrieved, repaired, and deployed SYNCOM IV-3 (LEASAT-3) Landing site: Runway 23 dry lakebed at Edwards AFB, CA Narrated by the Commander and crew, this program contains footage selected by the astronauts,...
Topics: STS-51I, shuttle, Discovery, OV-103, JSC, NASA
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Flight Director Tony Ceccacci gives thanks to the flight control team in the shuttle flight control room at Johnson Space Center following the landing of space shuttle Atlantis.
Topics: NASA, STS-135, Atlantis, Space Shuttle, International Space Station
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Commander: Henry W. Hartsfield, Jr. Pilot: Steven R. Nagel Mission Specialists: James F. Buchli, Guion S. Bluford, Jr., Bonnie J. Dunbar Payload Specialists: Reinhard Furrer (DFVLR - West Germany), Ernst Messerschmid (DFVLR - West Germany), Wubbo J. Ockels (ESA - Netherlands) Dates: October 30-November 6, 1985 Vehicle: Challenger OV-099 Payloads: Spacelab D-1 and GLOMR Landing site: Runway 17 dry lakebed at Edwards AFB, CA Narrated by the Commander and crew, this program contains footage...
Topics: STS-61A, shuttle, Challenger, OV-099, Spacelab, JSC, NASA
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Space Station's Fourth Crew Member "Flexes" His Muscles Aboard the International Space Station, the dexterous humanoid robot called Robonaut was tested in earnest on Oct. 13, 2011, as Expedition 29 Commander Mike Fossum monitored the first ground-commanded movements of its arms and the initial testing of its vision system. Robonaut, which was delivered to the station on space shuttle Discovery's STS-133 mission earlier this year, is expected to be used in the future to conduct a...
Topics: NASA, International Space Station, ISS, Robonaut, Mike Fossum, Nic Radford
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This video shows the water landing of the Apollo 13 spacecraft. A computer animation shows the atmospheric reentry of the Command Module.
Topic: What -- Apollo 13
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POSSIBLE FUTURES IN SPACE (EPISODE 12) CMP 253 - (1988) - 28 1/2 Minutes - Futuristic ideas for man's exploration and exploitation of space including space tugs and space stations are considered. Terraforming and methods of colonizing foreign worlds are discussed. The idea of poetry as a voice of the future is covered, and clips from a symposium at Boston University on extraterrestrial life are shown. Brief segments on time travel and Hubble's expanding universe are also shown.
Topics: NASA, future, space, colonize, extraterrestrials, Hubble, universe
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MERCURY: EXPLORATION OF A PLANET (EPISODE 2) HQ 282 - (1976) - 28 Minutes The flight of the Mariner 10 spacecraft to Venus and Mercury is detailed in animation and photography. Views of Mercury are featured. Included is animation on the origin of the solar system. Dr. Bruce C. Murray, director of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, comments on the mission.
Topics: NASA, Mariner 10, Venus, Mercury, JPL, Exploring the Solar System
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Commander: Christopher J. Ferguson Pilot: Eric A. Boe Mission Specialists: Stephen G. Bowen, Robert S. Kimbrough, Donald R. Pettit, Heidemarie M. Stefanyshyn-Piper Space Station Crew: (Down) Gregory E. Chamitoff, (Up) Sandra H. Magnus Dates: November 14-30, 2008 Vehicle: Endeavour OV-105 Payloads: ISS Flight ULF2: Multi-Purpose Logistics Module (MPLM) Landing Site: Edwards AFB, CA Edited High Definition (HD) mission highlights video created for playback during the STS-126 Post Flight Crew...
Topics: STS-126, ISS, NASA, JSC
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Film opens with scenes from the 1976 earthquake in Guatemala. It then depicts how neighboring countries and the U.S. Agency for International Development responds to the emergency. Also shows graphic scenes from other disasters, such as floods, hurricanes, volcanoes, and forest fires. The use of satellites to provide valuable information is covered.
Topics: earthquake, Guatemala, natural disaters, NASA, JSC
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A video recap of flight day 4 of the STS-134 mission of space shuttle Endeavour to the International Space Station.
Topics: NASA, STS-134, Endeavour, Space Shuttle
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"Commander: Robert L. Gibson Pilot: Curtis L. Brown, Jr. Mission Specialists: Mark C. Lee, Jay Apt, N. Jan Davis, Mae C. Jemison Payload Specialists: Mamoru Mohri Dates: September 12-20, 1992 Vehicle: Endeavour OV-105 Payloads: Spacelab-J, SAREX-II, ISAIAH, SSCE, and GAS (9 experiments) Landing site: Runway 33 at Kennedy Space Center, FL Narrated by the Commander and crew, this program contains footage selected by the astronauts, as well as their comments on the mission. Footage includes...
Topics: STS-47, Endeavour, launch, landing, NASA, JSC
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Commander: Ronald J. Grabe Pilot: Brian J. Duffy Mission Specialists: Nancy J. Sherlock, Peter J. K. "Jeff" Wisoff, Janice E. Voss Payload Specialists: G. David Low Dates: June 21-July 1, 1993 Vehicle: Endeavour OV-105 Payloads: SpaceHab 01, EURECA, SHOOT, CONCAP-IV, FARE, SAREX II, AMOS, and GAS (12 experiments) EVA: (Tethered) Conducted tests to refine procedures being developed service Hubble Space Telescope and to prepare for construction of Space Station Landing site: Runway 33...
Topics: STS-57, shuttle, Endeavour, OV-105, Spacelab, JSC, NASA
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STS-3: ONE STEP CLOSER JSC 821 - (1982) - 28 1/2 Minutes - Astronauts: Jack R. Lousma and C. Gordon Fullerton Launch date: March 22, 1982 Recaps the third flight of Columbia; a flight that brought the Orbital Flight Test Program one step closer to completion. This includes the move of landing equipment to Northrup Strip, NM (alternate landing site), launch, major crew activities on-orbit, sandstorm at landing site, waveoff of landing (causing Columbia to stay on-orbit an extra day), and landing.
Topics: STS 3, NASA, Fullerton, Lousma, Columbia, shuttle
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STS-96 POST FLIGHT PRESENTATION JSC1789 - (1998) 15 1/2 Minutes - Commander: Kent Rominger Pilot: Rick Husband Mission Specialists: Tamara Jernigan, Ellen Ochoa, Daniel Barry, Julie Payette, Valery Ivanovich Tokarev Dates: May 27- June 6, 1999 Vehicle: Discovery OV-103 Payloads: Spacehab, STRELA, SHOSS, SVF and STARSHINE Landing Site: Runway 15 at Kennedy Space Center, FL
Topics: NASA, ISS, shuttle, Discovery, OV 103
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CMP 252 - (1988) - 28 1/2 Minutes - This program begins by briefly looking at Jupiter and Venus and presents the theory that life probably does not exist on those planets. Scientists state their opinions about the possibility of life on Mars. An organic analysis instrument is shown along with three experiments that were conducted by the Viking lander on Mars.
Topics: NASA, Jupiter, Venus, Mars, life, Viking lander
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ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS IN SPACE: THE ELECTRODYNAMICS OF THE TETHERED SATELLITE (LIFTOFF TO LEARNING SERIES) STS-75 crewmembers Andrew Allen, Franklin Chang-Diaz, Jeff Hoffman, Claude Nicollier, Maurizio Cheli, Umberto Guidoni and Scott Horowitz explain the principals of electricity using the Tethered Satellite System (TSS) as an example. Includes both on-orbit scenes and scenes and examples on the ground, as well as, an epilogue by Franklin Chang-Diaz, who discusses the loss of the TSS payload.
Topics: NASA, Electrodynamics, Shuttle, STS-75
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Commander: Frederick D. Gregory Pilot: John E. Blaha Mission Specialists: F. Story Musgrave, Manley "Sonny" Carter, Kathryn C. Thornton Dates: November 22-27, 1989 Vehicle: Discovery OV-103 Payloads: DOD Landing site: Runway 04 at Edwards AFB, CA Narrated by the Commander and crew, this program contains footage selected by the astronauts, as well as their comments on the mission. Footage includes launch, onboard crew activities, and landing.
Topics: STS-33, shuttle, Discovery, OV-103, JSC, NASA
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STS-67 Special Events Resource Tape, part 3
Topics: JSC, NASA, STS-67