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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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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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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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53 Minutes - Apollo 11 Post Flight Press Conference, part 2.
Topics: Apollo 11, NASA, Press, moon
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This video shows footage of ground control when the Apollo 11 spacecraft is recovered from its water landing.
Topic: What -- Apollo 11
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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...
Topics: Apollo, Moon
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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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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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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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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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SKYLAB: THE SECOND MANNED MISSION, A SCIENTIFIC HARVEST JSC 627 - (1974) - 36 1/2 Minutes Astronauts: Alan L. Bean, Owen K. Garriott, and Jack R. Lousma Launch date: July 28, 1973 Covers the Skylab launch activities and docking with unmanned SL-1 workshop. Includes observations of student experiments (the Minchmog minnows and Arabella, the spider), crew medical experiments, exercise routines, and the enabling of the Earth Resources Experiments Package. Shows planet Earth documentation, manned...
Topics: NASA, Skylab, launch, docking, SL-1, experiments, EVA
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PROJECT MERCURY SUMMATION (EPISODE 4) JSC 180 - (1963) - 29 Minutes Initial contract awards mark the birth of Project Mercury and contributions to the more advanced space flight programs.
Topic: Mercury
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STS-88 POST FLIGHT PRESENTATION JSC1775 - (1998) 34 1/4 Minutes - Commander: Robert D. Cabana Pilot: Frederick W. Sturckow Mission Specialists: Nancy J. Currie, Jerry L. Ross, James H. Newman, Sergei K. Krikalev Dates: December 4-15, 1998 Vehicle: Endeavour OV-105 Payloads: Unity Connecting Module, IMAX Cargo Bay Camera, SAC-A, MightySat 1, SEM-07 and GAS (one experiment) Landing Site: Runway 15 at Kennedy Space Center, FL
Topics: STS 88, NASA, ISS, shuttle, Endeavour, OV-105
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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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SPACE BASICS CMP 360 - (1991) - 21 Minutes - Available in 3/4" and VHS (NTSC only) Recommended Level: Middle School Application: History and Physical Sciences Explains space flight concepts such as how we get into orbit and why we float when orbiting Earth.
Topic: orbit
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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.
Topic: Apollo
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STS-72 POST FLIGHT PRESENTATION JSC1549 (1996) - 29 Minutes - Commander: Brian J. Duffy Pilot: Brent W. Jett, Jr. Mission Specialists: Leroy Chiao, Winston E. Scott, Koichi Wakata (Japan), Daniel T. Barry Dates: January 11-20, 1996 Vehicle: Endeavour OV-105 Payloads: OAST-Flyer, SSBUV, EDFT-03, SLA-01/GAS, NIH-R, STL/NIH-C, PCTG-STES, and CPCG EVA: (Tethered) evaluated tools, techniques and equipment to be used in during the construction of the International Space Station Landing site: Runway...
Topics: NASA, ISS, shuttle, Endeavour, OV 105, EVA
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LEGACY OF SKYLAB JSC 747 - (1979) - 9 Minutes Utilizes onboard photography from Skylab to provide a visual indication of what life onboard the space station is like. Emphasis is on the zero-g environment.
Topics: zero gravity, NASA, Skylab, space, NASA
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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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Commander: Pam Melroy Pilot: George Zamka Mission Specialists: Scott Parazynski, Doug Wheelock, Stephanie Wilson, Paolo Nespoli Space Station Crew: (Down) Clay Anderson, (Up) Daniel Tani Dates: October 23 - November 7, 2007 Vehicle: Discovery OV-103 Payloads: ISS Flight 10A: U.S. Node 2 Landing Site: Runway 33 at Kennedy Space Center, FL Edited mission highlights video created for playback during the STS-120 Post Flight Crew Presentation. Includes: crew walking out of the Operations and...
Topics: Discovery OV-103, EVA, NASA, JSC
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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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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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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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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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Edited video featuring highlights of the Expedition 8 mission. Expedition 8 crewmembers are Commander and ISS Science Officer Michael Foale and Flight Engineer and Soyuz Commander Alexander Kaleri. Soyuz crewmember ESA Astronaut Pedro Duque accompanied the crew to the ISS then returned with the Expedition 7 crew. Sound version includes crew narration recorded during the event, the silent version has natural audio. Includes: pre-flight activities at the Baikonur Cosmodrome; Soyuz launch...
Topics: JSC, NASA, Expedition 8, Soyuz, ESA
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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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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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Expedition 61-62 Crew News Conference
Topics: Expedition 61 Resource Reel, Expedition 62 Resource Reel, Expedition 61-62 Crew Exchange
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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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STS-60 POST FLIGHT PRESS CONFERENCE JSC1403 - (1994) - 18 Minutes Commander: Charles F. Bolden, Jr. Pilot: Kenneth S. Reightler, Jr. Mission Specialists: N. Jan Davis, Richard M. Sega, Franklin R. Chang-Diaz Cosmonaut: Sergei Konstantinovich Krikalev Dates: February 3-11, 1994 Vehicle: Discovery OV-103 Payloads: Spacehab-2, WSF, SAREX-II, and GAS (ODERACS, BREMSAT, and 4 experiments) Landing site: Runway 15 at Kennedy Space Center, FL
Topics: NASA, ISS, shuttle, STS 60, Discovery, OV 103
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Commander: Dominic L. Gorie Pilot: Gregory H. Johnson Mission Specialists: Robert L. Behnken, Michael J. Foreman, Richard M. Linnehan, Takao Doi Space Station Crew: (Down) Léopold Eyharts, (Up) Garrett Reisman Dates: March 11-26, 2008 Vehicle: Endeavour OV-105 Payloads: ISS Flight 1J/A: Kibo Logistics Module, Dextre Robotics System Landing Site: Runway 15 at Kennedy Space Center, FL Edited mission highlights video created for playback during the STS-123 Post Flight Crew Presentation....
Topics: STS-123, ISS, NASA, JSC
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On July 10, 2011, space shuttle Atlantis performed the nine-minute Rendezvous Pitch Maneuver, or "backflip." With Commander Chris Ferguson at the helm, Atlantis rotated 360 degrees backward to enable space station crew members to take high resolution digital pictures of the shuttle's heat shield.
Topics: NASA, STS-135, Atlantis, Space Shuttle, International Space Station
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Clips of STS-133 crew training.
Topics: STS-133, crew training, astronaut training, JSC, NASA
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Astronauts: (first) Charles Conrad, Jr., Paul J. Weitz, and Joseph P. Kerwin; (second) Alan L. Bean, Owen K. Garriott, and Jack R. Lousma; and (third) Gerald P. Carr, William R. Pogue, and Edward G. Gibson Launch date of unmanned space station: May 14, 1973 Launch dates of manned missions: May 25, 1973; July 28, 1973; and November 16, 1973 Reviews the repair operation of the first mission, proving mans presence is vital to successful space exploration. Shows medical experiments looking at man...
Topics: Skylab, Space Station, space exploration, solar flares, NASA, JSC
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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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Educational program introducing International Space Station (ISS) to a young audience. Covers the history of space stations, and how ISS will be assembled, used and operated. Show is hosted by animated character M-C Robot.
Topics: space station, ISS, NASA, JSC
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STS-61 POST FLIGHT PRESS CONFERENCE JSC1394 - (1993) - 26 Minutes Commander: Richard O. Covey Pilot: Kenneth D. Bowersox Mission Specialists: Kathryn C. Thornton, Claude Nicollier, Jeffrey A. Hoffman, F. Story Musgrave, Thomas D. "Tom" Akers Dates: December 2-12, 1993 Vehicle: Endeavour OV-105 Payloads: HST SM-01, ICBC, AMOS, and IMAX camera EVA: (Tethered) Replaced HST solar arrays, two sensing units, Wide Field/Planetary Camera II and fuses, COSTAR, magnetometer, and Solar Array...
Topics: NASA, ISS, shuttle, STS 61, EVA, Endeavour, OV 105
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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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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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The story of how the Pioneer spacecraft flew by Saturn giving us our first good look at the huge ringed planet.
Topics: Saturn, rings, Pioneer, NASA, JSC
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The six members of Expedition 29 are profiled and interviewed. NASA astronauts Mike Fossum and Dan Burbank; JAXA astronaut Satoshi Furukawa; and Russian cosmonauts Anton Shkaplerov, Anatoly Ivanishin and Sergey Volkov discuss their mission and the benefits of space travel. Product Title: Expedition 29 Crew Profile Version 2 Reference Master Number: 884586 JSC Production Number: JSC 2523 Length: 11:56
Topics: NASA, International Space Station, ISS, Expedition 29, Mike Fossum, Dan Burbank, Satoshi Furukawa,...
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Astronaut Mike Massimino visits the Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory near NASA's Johnson Space Center as the STS-134 crew of space shuttle Endeavour gets ready to conduct another spacewalk training session.
Topics: NASA, JSC, EVA
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Commander: Scott J. Kelly Pilot: Charles O. Hobaugh Mission Specialists: Tracy E. Caldwell, Benjamin Alvin Drew, Richard A. Mastracchio, Barbara R. Morgan, Dafydd (Dave) Williams Dates: August 8-21, 2007 Vehicle: Endeavour OV-105 Payloads: ISS Flight 13A.1: S5 Truss Landing Site: Runway 15 at Kennedy Space Center, FL Edited mission highlights video created for playback during the STS-118 Post Flight Crew Presentation. Includes: suit-up and crew walking out of the Operations and Checkout...
Topics: STS-118, ISS, EVA, NASA, JSC
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On May 23, the Soyuz TMA-20 was carrying Russian cosmonaut Dmitry Kondratyev, NASA astronaut Cady Coleman and European Space Agency astronaut Paolo Nespoli back to Earth. Once their vehicle was about 600 feet from the station, Mission Control Moscow, outside the Russian capital, commanded the orbiting laboratory to rotate 130 degrees. This move allowed Nespoli to capture high definition video of shuttle Endeavour docked to the station.
Topics: NASA, STS-134, Endeavour, Space Shuttle, International Space Station, ISS, Soyuz, flyabout,...
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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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APOLLO 12: PINPOINT FOR SCIENCE JSC 536 - (1970) - 28 Minutes Astronauts: Charles Conrad, Jr., Richard F. Gordon, and Alan L. Bean Launch date: November 14, 1969 Man's second journey to the Moon is for science. The first EVA includes setting up Apollo Lunar Surface Experiments Package (ALSEP) for the return of scientific data. The second EVA includes a geological traverse and the inspection of Surveyor 3, an unmanned spacecraft that landed on the Moon in 1967. A solar eclipse is recorded,...
Topics: Apollo, Conrad, Gordon, Bean
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STS-58 POST FLIGHT PRESS CONFERENCE JSC1382 - (1993) - 23 Minutes Commander: John E. Blaha Pilot: Richard A. Searfoss Mission Specialists: M. Rhea Seddon, William Surles "Bill" McArthur, Jr., David A. Wolf, Shannon W. Lucid Payload Specialists: Martin J. Fettman Dates: October 18-November 1, 1993 Vehicle: Columbia OV-102 Payloads: Spacelab Life Sciences-2 (SLS-2), SAREX-II, OARE, and PILOT Landing site: Concrete runway 22 at Edwards AFB, CA
Topics: Columbia, OV 102, NASA, ISS, shuttle
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APOLLO PRESENTATION FOR THE ASTRODOME JSC1116 - (1989) - 7 Minutes This program features a condensed look at Apollo mission milestones. It was created for presentation at the Houston Astrodome during Apollo 11 20th Anniversary celebrations.
Topics: NASA, Apollo, Moon, 20th anniversary
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LUNAR ORBIT RENDEZVOUS JSC 344 - (1968) - 21 Minutes Discusses the groundwork conducted by the NASA JSC's Mission Planning and Analysis Division in perfecting lunar rendezvous techniques. Normal, as well as abort, rendezvous situations are demonstrated.
Topics: NASA, Moon, Apollo, JSC, Mission Planning
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PLANTS IN SPACE (LIFTOFF TO LEARNING SERIES) Narrated educational video presenting information about plant research for spaceflight. STS-91 crewmembers Charlie Precourt, Dominic Gorie and Janet Kavandi discuss and show plants grown on-orbit that are then compared with control plants grown by students at Barber Elementary School in Dickinson, Texas. Barber elementary students present information about this experiment. Program also includes a presentation on soil science research at JSC Advanced...
Topics: NASA, plants, STS-91
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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 248 - (1988) - 28 1/2 Minutes - This program begins with an explanation of the importance and function of the NASA Johnson Space Centerâs Lunar Receiving Laboratory. Geological and botanical experiments are performed on rock and soil samples to determine if the Moon sustains life.
Topics: NASA, Johnson Space Center, Lunar, Moon, soil, experiments
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INGREDIENTS FOR SPACE TRAVEL (EPISODE 1) CMP 246 - (1988) - 28 1/2 Minutes This program stresses the need for regenerative systems for space travel. Regenerative systems for water and oxygen are explained in detail, and astronauts are shown in a free-space simulator device. Oxygen recovery and thermal control systems are also examined.
Topic: Space travel
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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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Educational program explaining life support systems to elementary school aged children. Program features Lunar-Mars Life Support Test Project (LMLSTP) Phase 2 crewmembers: Doug Ming, John Lewis, Pat ORear, and Katy Hurlbert.
Topics: elementary school, life support systems, moon, Mars, JSC, NASA
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STS-62 MISSION HIGHLIGHTS RESOURCE TAPE VJSC1413 - (1994)
Topics: NASA, STS 62, mission, shuttle, highlights
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A video recap of flight day 14 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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A video recap of flight day 4 of the STS-135 mission of space shuttle Atlantis to the International Space Station.
Topics: NASA, STS-135, Atlantis, Space Shuttle, International Space Station
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The Expedition 28 crew welcomes the STS-135 crew of space shuttle Atlantis aboard the International Space Station.
Topics: NASA, STS-135, Atlantis, Space Shuttle, International Space Station
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A video recap of flight day 2 of the STS-135 mission of space shuttle Atlantis to the International Space Station.
Topics: NASA, STS-135, Atlantis, Space Shuttle, International Space Station
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A video recap of flight day 9 of the STS-135 mission of space shuttle Atlantis to the International Space Station.
Topics: NASA, STS-135, Atlantis, Space Shuttle, International Space Station
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Commander: Robert L. Crippen Pilot: Francis R. "Dick" Scobee Mission Specialists: George D. "Pinky" Nelson, Terry J. Hart, James D. A. van Hoften Dates: April 6-13, 1984 Vehicle: Challenger OV-099 Payloads: LDEF, RME, SSIP (one experiment), and IMAX and Cinema 360 cameras EVA: (MMU/Tethered) retrieved, repaired, and deployed the Solar Maximum Satellite Landing site: Runway 17 dry lakebed at Edwards AFB, CA Narrated by the Commander and crew, this program contains footage...
Topics: STS-41C, shuttle, Challenger, post flight conference, JSC, NASA
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A video recap of flight day 6 of the STS-135 mission of space shuttle Atlantis to the International Space Station.
Topics: NASA, STS-135, Atlantis, Space Shuttle, International Space Station
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Commander: James D. Wetherbee Pilot: Michael A. Baker Mission Specialists: Charles Lacy Veach, William M. Shepherd, Tamara E. Jernigan Payload Specialists: Steven Glenwood Maclean Dates: October 22-November 1, 1992 Vehicle: Columbia OV-102 Payloads: LAGEOS-II, USMP-1, CANEX-2, ASP, TPCE, CPCG, CMIX, CVTE, HPP, PSE, and SPIE 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...
Topics: STS-52, press conference, launch, landing, NASA, JSC
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A teacher's guide on how to teach the "Journey Through the Solar System" series. Included are lesson purpose, lesson objectives, vocabulary words and definitions, preparatory activities, presenting the lesson, follow-up, and evaluation.
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Astronaut Mike Massimino talks to Vicki Kloeris, NASA Food Scientist and manager of the Space Food Systems Laboratory at NASA's Johnson Space Center, about a special "All-American" meal for the STS-135 crew.
Topics: NASA, STS-135, Atlantis, Space Shuttle, International Space Station, Food Lab, Astronaut Food
Johnson Space Center Video Collection
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NASA Sharing Underwater Training Facility with Petroleum Industry Astronauts and oil field workers will share a training facility at NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston thanks to a new agreement that takes advantage of excess capacity at the agency's underwater training pool. In a Tuesday, Nov. 15, ceremony at the facility, Raytheon Technical Services Co. of Dulles, Va., NASA's contractor for operations at the Sonny Carter Training Facility Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory (NBL) near Johnson,...
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APOLLO 8: GO FOR TLI JSC 500 - (1969) - 22 1/2 Minutes Astronauts: Frank Borman, James A. Lovell, and William A. Anders Launch date: December 21, 1968 Man's first voyage to another celestial body, including an orbit around the Moon on Christmas, proves more amazing in fact than anticipation. Featured are air-to-ground tapes of astronauts' descriptions of the mission, as well as outstanding onboard photography of the Earth, Moon, and IVA.
Topics: Apollo, Apollo 8, Borman, Lovell, Anders, Moon
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STS-127 Post Flight Presentation (Narrated) "Commander: Mark L. Polansky Pilot: Douglas G. Hurley Mission Specialists: Christopher J. Cassidy, Thomas H. Marshburn, David A. Wolf, Julie Payette Space Station Crew: (Down) Koichi Wakata, (Up) Timothy L. Kopra Dates: July 15-31, 2009 Vehicle: Endeavour "
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APOLLO 13: "HOUSTON, WE'VE GOT A PROBLEM" JSC 548 - (1970) - 28 Minutes Astronauts: James A. Lovell, John L. Swigert, and Fred W. Haise Launch date: April 11, 1970 Depicts the dramatic voyage of Apollo 13. The most serious accident to occur in space changed the mission from a routine lunar landing to a desperate fight for crew survival. The film ends with worldwide relief and joy when Apollo 13 splashes down on target in the Pacific. AWARD: Certificate of Creative Excellence, U.S....
Topics: Apollo 13, Apollo, Lovell, Swigert, Haise
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STS-119 Post Flight Presentation - Narrated "Commander: Lee Archambault Pilot: Tony Antonelli Mission Specialists: Joseph Acaba, Richard Arnold, John Phillips, Steve Swanson Space Station Crew: (Down) Sandra H. Magnus, (Up) Koichi Wakata Dates: March 15-28, 2009 Vehicle: Discovery OV-103 Payloads:"
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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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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