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LS - STS-5 ?10CR (Mission Operations Control Room). SDS (Satellite 
Business Systera) satellite in shuttle payload bay can be seen 
on the eldophor. 






C 520 


3. 


MS - Onboard. SBS pre-deploy spin in payload bay. 






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4. 


MCU - Of CAPCOMS (Capsule Communicator) Coats and Hoffinan in HOCR. 






C 320 


3. 


MS - SBS spin up in payload bay. 










C 560 


6. 


MS - MOCR. CAPCOMS Coats and Hoffinan. 










D 026 


7 


MS - Kinescope - STS-5 Crewmen Brand, Overmyer and Allen at payload 
station on aft flight deck. 






C 520 


8 


MS - SBS being launched from shuttle payload bay. 








D 028 


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Kinescope - SBS tracking. 










D 028 


10, 


MS - Allen observing SBS from payload station. 








C 529 


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MS - Over CAPCOM shoulder view of MOCR 










C 561 


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MLS - Of MOC?.. Flight Director and aPCOM in background. 


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MS - STS-5 crewnven on middeck of shuttle. Zoom into CU of sign, 
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LS - SBS moving away from orbiter. Earth in background. Title 
"We Deliver" fade in and out. 






C 520 


15. 


ELS - SBS moving away. Title "Summary of Shuttle Flights 5, 6, 7 & 8" 
fades in and out. 






D 028 


16. 


MS - STS-5 crewraen on middeck of orbiter. 










D 028 


17. 


MS - SBS moving away. Earth in background. 










D 028 


18. 


KCU - Brand and Allen at payload station, observing SBS. 






C 520 


19. 


MS - Orbiter rolling during S-Band antenna test. 


Earth in background. 






C 530 


20, 


MS - MOCR. 










C 521 


21. 


MS - Of Brand and Overmyer seated on flight deck. 








C 530 


22. 


.MLS - MOC^. Eidophor shows Anik spinup. 










D 028 


23. 


MCU - Kinescope - Anik spinup. 










C 530 


24. 


LS - MOCR 










C 562 


25. 


MS - CAPCOM's Coats and 0' Conner in MOCR 










C 530 


26. 


MS - MOCR 










C 562 


27. 


MCU - CAPCOM O'Conner in MOCR. 










D 028 


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CU - Anik spinup ^nd launch 










0 028 


29. 


MS - Anik tracking 







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MS - Pan right from CAPCOM 0' Conner to Coats. 








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IS - Anik tracking 










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32. 


MLS - STS-5 landing at Edwards AFB (Air Force Base). 






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33, 


MLS - Side view of shuttle rollout after landing. 








D 028 


34. 


MS - Shuttle rolls to stop. 










C 554 


35. 


LS - Ground fog at KSC. Vehicle assembly Bldg, in background. 






C 554 


36. 


MS - Ground fog. Shuttle being transported to launch pad. 






C 554 


37, 


MLS - Aerial view of shuttle being transported to launch pad. 
Ground fog. 






C 554 


38. 


MS - Launch pad. Ground fog. 










C 554 


39, 


LS - Launch pad. Ground fog. 










C 552 


40, 


MS - Low angle view of shuttle being transported to launch pad. 






C 552 


41 


MS - Shuttle aboard transporter. Camera tilts up. 






C 552 


42 


LS - Shuttle being transported to launch pad. 








C 552 


43, 


CU - Of shuttle engines. 










C 552 


44, 


MCU - Another view of shuttle engines 










C 552 


45, 


MS - Low angle view of shuttle on launch pad. 





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LS - Shuttle on launch pad. Engine ignitions occurs. 






C 133 


47, 


CU - Engines igniting. 










C 647 


48, 


MS - High angle view of shuttle lifting of launch pad. 






C 133 


49. 


ECU - Of SRB's moving past camera. 










C 647 


50. 


LS - Shuttle launch. 










C 547 


51. 


MS - Shuttle rotates and tracks. 










C 689 


52. 


.MLS - Of MOCR Eidophor in backnround showinc? TDRS (Tracking and 
Data Relay Satellite) in pay load bay of shuttle. 






C 695 


53. 


MS - TDP.S in shuttle payload bay. 










C 695 


54, 


ECU - Of TORS in payload bay. 










C 695 


55 


CU - STS-5 crewT.ian Bobko at payload load station on aft flight 
deck of orbiter. 






C 695 


56, 


MS - TORS being raised out of payload bay in preparation for launch. 






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MS - Vicitz and Bobko at controls on flight deck. 








C 695 


58, 


MLS - iDRS being raised to a 58* angle for launch. 






C 764 


59 


MLS - Anir.mtion - TOf^S being raised to 58° ang's 








C 764 


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MS - Animation - TORS being launched from payload bay of shuttle. 






C 764 


61 


MLS - Aniriation - TORS moving av/ay from shuttle in background. 



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C 764 

C 764 

C 689 
C 695 
C 695 
C 695 
C 695 
C 695 
B 842 
B 842 
8 842 
B 842 
8 842 



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63 
64 

65 

66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
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74 
75 
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MS " Animation - TORS in earth orbit. lUf (Interin Uposr State) 
fires to boost TORS into 22,300 nil? orbit. 

MS - AniMation - TORS deploys solar panels and antennas, 

MS - Animation - TORS zoom out to LS of three TORS in geosynchronous 
orbit around earth. 

MS - Aerial of TORS oround station at White Sands Missile Range (WSMR) 
;iew Mexico. 

MLS - MOCR - TORS can be seen on eidophor, 

MS - Kinescope TORS in launch position in orbiter payload bay. 
ECU - Kinescope - of TORS engine nozzle. 
MLS - Kinescope - TORS launch 

MS - Kinescope - Bobko at payload station observing TORS launch. 
MLS - TORS tracking. 

WS - Of control room at Goddard Space night Center (GSFC). 
MS - Contoller in control roor.i at GSFC. 
MS - Tracking map in Goddard control room. 
1/S - GSFC control room. 

CU - Exterior of tracking antenna at GSFC zooTii out to MS. 



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B 842 
C 764 
B 842 
C 764 

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C 764 
B 842 
C 764 
C 695 
C 697 

C 695 
C 697 



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78 
79 
80 
81 
82 
83 

84 
85 
86, 
87 
88, 
89 

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MS 

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MS 

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MS 
MS 
MS 
MS 
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MS 



Ground controllers at WSMR, TDRS primary Ground Station. 

Ground Controller, 

Ground controllers at GSFC. 

Ground controller at GSFC. 

Ground controllers at VISMR. 

Ground controllers at GSFC. 

Animation - TORS Jettison Interim Upper Stage and deploys 
solar panels. 

Ground controllers at GSFC. 

Animation - TD?vS deploying antennas. 

Tracking antenna at GSFC. 

Animation - Of TORS zom to long shot. 

Kinescope - Of orbiter payload bay. Earth in background. 

MOCR - Eidophor view of STS-6 astronauts, Musgrave and Peterson 
donning EVA (Extravehicular Activity) suits in orbit airlock. 



- Kinescope - Astronaut donning suit in airlock. 

- MOCR - Eidophor view of STS-6 astronauts, Musgrave and Peterson 
donning EVA suits in orbit airlock. 



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C 697 

C 652 
C 697 
C 695 

C 697 

C 695 
C 695 

C 695 
C 695 
C 695 

C 695 

C 695 



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93. 

94. 
95. 
96, 

97 

98, 
99 

100 
101 
102 

103 

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MS - Of CAPCOMS McBride, Gardner & Fisher. 

MS - MOCR - Eldophor viCAf of STS-6 astronauts, Musgrave and .Pet?»rson 
donning EVA suits in orbit airlock. 

MS - Musgrave leaving airlock. 

ECU - Of CAPCOM McBride. 

MS - Kinescope - view from TV canera in payload bay of Musgrave 
egressing. 

MS - CAPCOMs McBride, Gardner & Fisher watching EVA on Eidophor 
in ?10CR. 

MS - Kinescope - Peterson and Musgrave in payload bay. 

LS - Kinescope - Peterson at storage locker. Musgrave is moving 
aft attached by safety tethers to slide wire. 

MCU - Kinescope - Peterson EVA. 

CU - Kinescope - Musgrave EVA. 

MLS - Kinescope - Astronaut moving around in aft payload bay. 
Earth in background. 

LS - Kinescope - Astronaut moving around in aft payload bay. 
Earth in background. 

MS - Kinescope - Musgrave attached to Foot Restraint, springs up 
from bottati of payloc.d bay. 



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- ivinescope - Another view astronauts at storage locker. 






0 006 


107. 


MS 


- Kinescope - Overhead view of astronaut standing at storage 
locker. 






D 006 


108. 


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- Kinescope - Astronaut working in aft section of payload bay. 






D 006 


109 


MS 


- Kinescope - Peterson and Musgrave wrking in aft section of 
payload bay. 






D 006 


110, 


CU 


- Kinescope - Of Peterson. 








D 006 


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- Kinescope - Astronauts working in aft section of payload bay. 






D 006 


112 


ECU 


- Kinescope - Musgrave floats into view at fonvard section of 
payload bay. 






D 006 


113 


MS 


- ICinescope - Astronaut working with winch at forward bulkhead. 






D 006 


114 


CU 


- Kinescope - Astronaut v/orking with winch at forward bulkhead. 






D 006 


115 


MS 


- Kinescope - Astronaut stov/ing equip(nent in payload bay 
storage locker. 






C 695 


116 


MS 


- Kinescope - Astronaut ingressing hatch to airlock. 






C 698 


117 


LS 


- MOCR - Ingress can be seen on eidophor. 






C 741 


118 


MS 


- STS-7 view from space of sunrise. 








C 741 


119 


MS 


- Onboard - Astronaut Ride looking out overhead windows at 
payload station on aft flight deck. 



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121. 


LS 


- Of shuttle in orbit. Earth in background. This view s^hot 
from Shuttle Pallet Satellite (SPAS). 






c 


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122. 


MLS 


- MOCR - view of orbiter on sidop'wr. 








c 


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123. 


ELS 


- Kinescope - view of orbiter from SPAS. 


Earth in background. 






c 


742 


124. 


MS 


- View of orbiter from SPAS 








c 


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125. 


ELS 


- View of orbiter from SPAS. Earth in background. 






c 


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126 


MS 


- Kinescope - view of orbiter from SPAS. 






c 


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127. 


.'IS 


- MOCR - SPAS can be seen on eidophor. 








c 


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128. 


LS 


- View of SPAS from orbiter. 








c 


739 


129. 


MS 


- Hauck and Ride observing SPAS from payload station windows. 






c 


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130. 


MS 


- SPAS viewed from orbiter. RMS (Remote Manipulator System) 
in foreground, and earth in background. 






c 


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131, 


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- SPAS Viewed from orbiter. RMS in foreground, and Earth 
in background. 






c 


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132, 


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- MOCR. CAPCOMs McBride and Hart observing. 






c 


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133. 


MS 


- RJiS preparing to capture SPAS. 








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- RMS preparing to capture SPAS. 





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MS - Another view of RMS preparing to capture SPAS. 






C 741 


136, 


MS - Fabian observing SPAS through overhead window. 






C 765 


137. 


MLS - RMS preparing to capture SPAS. Earth in background. 






C 776 


138. 


MS - Pan of MOCR. Eldophor and tracking nap in background. 






C 738 


139, 


MS - RMS lifting SPAS out of orbiter payload bay. 








C 743 


140 


MLS - Kinescope - RMS releasing SPAS. 










C 743 


141, 


LS - Kinescope - viev/ of orbiter fro<Ti SPAS. 








C 739 


142. 


LS - View of SPAS From orbiter. 










C 765 


143. 


LS - Of SPAS. RMS in foreground. Earth in background. 






C 743 


144, 


MLS - Kinescope - View of orbiter from SPAS, 
approximately 200 ft. apart. 


Orbiter fires thrusters 






C 743 


145. 


MS - Kinescope - RMS returning SPAS to payload bay. 






C 739 


146 


MS - Ride and Hauck at payload station, looking out overhead windows. 






C 734 


147, 


MS - MOCR - Eidophor in background. 










C 740 


148, 


MS - Crippen and Fabian at payload station 










C 745 


149. 


MS - Kinescope - Anik satellite spinup. 










C 739 


150 


MS - Crippen and Ride at payload station. 







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C 737 
C 740 
C 745 
C 745 
C 738 
C 776 
C 741 
C 738 

C 741 

C 738 
C 812 

C 312 

C 789 



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153. 

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156. 

157. 

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162. 

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Kinescope - Anik launch and track. Earth In background, 

PALAPA (Indonesian Communicator Satellite) Satellite spinup 

Crippen, Ride and Fabian at payload station. 

Kinescope - PALAPA deployment and track. 

PALAPA tracking. Earth in background. 

View of orbiter payload bay earth in background. 

MOCR - CAPCOMs Gardner and 0* Conner. 

Onboard - Truly in comnander seat on flight deck. 

View of earth through overhead v;indows at payload station, 
aft flight deck. 

Hauck taking photographs throuqh payload station overhead 
windows. 

- View of aft section of orbiter. Earth in background. 

- Flar.ies can be seen through windows during orbiter Entry 
Interface (EI). 

- Another view of red-hot glow as seen through flight deck 
windows durino EI. 

- Kinescope - Air-to-Air of STS-7 approach to land. 



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MCU . CAPCOM 0' Conner in MOCR. 










C 789 


166, 


MS - Kinescope - Air- to-Air view of STS-7 approach. 






C 777 


167. 


MS - Plotting map in MOCR. 










C 789 


168. 


MLS - Kinescope - Ground camera view of shuttle approach. 


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C 749 


169. 


MS • STS-7 approach and landing 










C 777 


170, 


MS - View of STS-7 landing on «idophor in MOCR. 








C 749 


171. 


MCU - Of STS-7 stopped on runway. 










B 842 


172. 


CU - Plotting zoom to WS of GSFC Control Room. 








B 842 


173. 


MS - Ground controllers at GSFC. 










K 191 


174, 


MS - Space COM (Communications) personnel at MSMR. 






B 842 


175. 


MLS - Ground controllers at GSFC. 










C 764 


176, 


MLS - Aerial view of l.'SMR, TORS facility. 










B 842 


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MS - RMS deploying PFTA. 










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MS - CAPCOMs Mary Cleave and Hoffinan. 










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•ATE - 6/3/87 

DITOR " Chuck Welch 

LENGTH - Sync-To-Sync 1076 ft. 

TIME ~ 28 3/4 Minutes 

AV # - 0294 

TITLE - BUILDING TOWARDS NEW HEIGHTS 

PROD. # - JSC-852 



FILE # SC.# SCENE DESCRIPTION 



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Space Station model. Earth w/ sunrise in background. 


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Orbiter docked with Space Station. Sunrise in 
background • 


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Space Station Model. Earth in background. 


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Payload experiments attached to station structure. Zoom 
out to MLS. 


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Service Facility, laboratory & service module. 


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Space Station with Earth in' background. Main title 
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Skylab orbiting Earth. 


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Skylab in Earth orbit. 


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Astronaut point-of-view while moving through interior of 
Skylab. 


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Skylab astronaut Ed Gibson doing medical experiment in 
oscillating chair during Skylab IV mission. 


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Astronaut Bill Pogue using binoculars to observe Earth 
through Skylab wardroom port hole. Skylab IV. 



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Astronaut making repairs to storage tanks aboard Skylab. 


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Astronaut Ed Gibson at control panel of Apollo Telescope 
Mount (ATM) making some solar observations. 


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Solar eruption as seen through ATM aboard Skylab. 


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View of stars through ATM. 


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Astronaut Charles Conrad moving experiments package 
around aboard Skylab. Skylab II. 


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Overhead view of Astronauts Bill Pogue and Gerald Carr at 
console of Earth Resources Experiment Package (EREP) 
aboard Skylab, Skylab IV, 


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Carr and Gibson doing Lower Body Negative Pressure aboard 
Skylab IV. 


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Gibson installing experiments package aboard Skylab IV. 


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Astronaut Carr flying Astronaut Maneuvering Unit (AMU) 
aboard Skylab IV. 


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Carr flying AMU aboard Skylab IV. 


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Orbiter and Earth in background. 


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View of orbiter payload bay during Mission 41B, Earth in 
background. 


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KINESCOPE - Astronaut Bruce McCandless flying Manned 
Maneuvering Unit in payload bay. Astronaut Robert 
Stewart observing. 41B mission. 


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Mission Control Room during 41B mission. 


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Overhead view of McCandless* flying MMU in payload bay. 


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McCandless face through helmet. 


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McCandless flying out of payload bay. 


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Capsule Communicator (CAPCOM) astronaut Jerry Ross in 
Mission Operations Control Room (MOCR). 


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MOCR. Camera moves to TV Screen showing McCandless with 
MMU in space away from orbiter. 


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McCandless flying MMU approximately 300 ft. away from 
orbiter. 


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McCandless flying MMU. 
McCandless flying MMU. 

Astronauts Brand and McNair on Aft flight deck observinq 
McCandless flying MMU, 

Astronaut McCandless flying MMU in Payload Bay, 

Delta rocket launch with Solar Maximum Mission Payload. 
{SMM or Solar Max) . 

Red Sun. 

Solar flare. 

Solar Max orbiting Earth. Black background. 

Glynn Lunney interview. Super: 
Glynn Lunney 
Former Manager 
National Space Transportation 

System Program 
Super fades in and fades out. 

SMM personnel in conference at Goddard Space Fliqht 
Center (GSFC). 

Conference at GSFC. 

Lunney during interview. 

Or biter mock-up with Solar Max model in payload bav. 
Full scale. ^ 

Solar Max model. 

Lunney during interview, 

McCandless testing tools and foot restraint using the 
Remote Manipulator System (,RMS) during 41B mission in 
preparation for Solar Max rescue during mission 41C. 

Bruce McCandless interview 
Super: Bruce McCandless 

STS 41-B Mission Specialist 
Fade-in and fade-out super. 

McCandless in payload bay demonstrating use of T-pad for 
use during 41C mission. 

McCandless during interview. 

McCandless flying MMU in payload bay. 41B mission. 
McCandless using T-pad in payload bay. 



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MS Astronauts Brand and McNair at aft flight deck station 
observing McCandless. 

MLS McCandless in foot restraint attached to RMS. Earth in 
background. 

MLS McCandless interview. McCandless explaining foot 
restraint to be used on 41--C SMM rescue mission, 

MLS Overhead view of McCandless in foot restraint attached to 
RMS. Pay load bay in background. 

MS McCandless in foot restraint. 

MS McCandless explaining tool aboard. 

MS CINEMA 360 - McCandless in foot restraint using tool 
board. Earth in background, 

MS TV monitor in MOCR, Show satellite spinning up in 
pay load bay. 

MS MOCR 

MS WESTAR satellite deployment from 418 payload bay. 

MS 41B crew on aft flight deck observing satellite 
deployment • 

MS 41B deployment of PALAPA satellite. 

MS Personnel in Payload Operations Control Room observing 
satellite deployment. 

MS WESTAR satellite tracking. 

MS Lunney interview. 

MLS Lunney interview. 

CU Lunney interview. 

MLS Solar Max on orbit. 

MS Solar Max on orbit, 

MS Over CAPCOM Jerry Ross shoulder view of television screen 
in MOCR. 

MS Astronaut George Nelson in MMU, moving out of payload bay 
to rescue Solar Max. 41-C. 

MS CAPCOM Jerry Ross in MOCR. 

MS Nelson moving out of payload bay. 



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Astronaut Robert Crippen and Terry Hart at aft flight 
deck windows watching Nelson*s progress. 41-C. 

Astronaut Dick Scobee moves out of pilots seat on flight 
deck of orbiter. 

Crippen and Hart of aft flight deck, 

KINESCOPE - Nelson approaches Solar Max to make rescue 
attempt . 

41C MOCR during Solar Max rescue. 

KINESCOPE - Nelson trying to dock with Solar Max. He 
backs away. 

41C MOCR. 

Nelson attempts again to dock with Solar Max. 
Crippen and Hart observing Nelson's progress. 
CAPCOM Jerry Ross in MOCR. 41C. 

Nelson backs away from Solar Max after aborted rescue 
attempt. Earth in the background. 

Pan shot of Mission Control during 41C. 

Controllers in MOCR. 

41C Mission Control 

Interview with Bob Cripoen in crew compartment trainer 
(CCT) in Bldg. 9A, JSC 
Super: Bob Crippen 

STS 41C Commander 
Super fade-in and fade-out. 

Bob Crippen during interview. 

View of Solar Max on orbit." 

Sign at entrance to GSFC. 

Zoom to CU of antenna at GSFC. 

Solar Max Control Room at GSFC. 

Solar Max Control Room at GSFC. 

Solar Max Control Room at GSFC. 

Solar Max on orbit. 

GSFC Solar Max Control Room. 



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Crippen on aft flight deck looking out overhead windows. 


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41C MOCR. 


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41C MOCR. Plight Director conferring with JSC Director 
wieraxa uriccxn* 


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41C MOCR, 


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CINEMA 360 - Orbiter RMS has captured Solar Max, Earth 
and sun in background. 


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CAPCOM Jerry Ross in 41C MOCR. Pan right to flight 
directors. 




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Solar Max stowed in orbiter payload bay. Earth in 
background. 


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41C MOCR. Solar Max in orbiter payload bay can be seen 
on television. 


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KINESCOPE - Van Hoften making repairs to Solar Max in 
payload bay. 


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KINESCOPE - Van Hoften and Nelson making repairs to Solar 
Max . 


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CAPCOMS Ross and Richards in MOCR. 


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Van Hoften, in foot restraint attached to RMS, makes 
repaxTs to boxar Max. 


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Solar Max in orbiter payload bay. 


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Solar Max on orbit after repairs. 


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Lunney during interview. 



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TELESAT satellite fcrarlcina 


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Glvnn Lunnev durina in(*<kr\/iou 


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Glynn Lunney during interview. 


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51A crew training in crew compartment trainer (CCT) in 
Bldo. 9A- J<;r 


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51A crew outside CCT, 


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v«4iaiau«;£ ♦Joi-. joe Aiien training with Hughes Aircraft 
Co. adapter to be used to retrieve satellites during 51A 
mission. 


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Allen using stinger while training for 51A mission. 
Chamber R .tqp 


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Stinger . 


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Allen training with stinger on air-bearing table. 


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Allen capturing satellite mockup with stinger at air- 
bearing table. 


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Hughes Satellite Control Room 


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Satellite on orbit. Earth in background. 


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51A orbiter "Discovery" on launch pad at Kennedy Space 

Center (K^C\ Tnni*-irkn r\/^/^itf€s 

v»«s»*v.ci \ cvh>v. ^ • xgnxvixon occurs. 


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51A orbiter tracking. 


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51A rendezvous with PALAPA satellite. Earth in 
background. 


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Astronaut Allen in MMU and equipped with stinger flies 
out of payload bay to capture satellite. 


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PALAPA satellite. 



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Allen flying to satellite for capture phase of satelli 
recovery. 


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51A commander Rick Hauck on aft flight deck watchinq 
satellite capture. 


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51A pilot Dave Walker. 


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Mission specialist Anna Fisher on Aff> fiirrhi* Ha/«u> 


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51A MOCR. Television screen in background. 


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Allen preparing to capture PALAPA with stinger. Earth 
background. 


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MOCR. Capture operation can be seen on television 
screen. 


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Allen has captured satellite 


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51A MOCR watching satellite rescue. 


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Allen connected to PALAPA satellite 


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Anna Fisher on aft flight deck observing satellite. 


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Plight Director Randy Stone. 




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Allen, with RMS attached to satellite, moves toward 
payload bay. 


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Gardner in payload bay attempting to attach A-frame to 
rescued satellite. 


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SIA MOCR. 


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Allen and RMS attached to satellite awaiting Gardner to 
install A-frame. 


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CAPCOM Jerry Ross in MOCR. 


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Gardner attempting to install A-frame, 


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Kranz, Lunney, & Griffin discussing A-frame problem in 
MOCR. 


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Zoom to MLS of Gardner attempting to install A-frame to 
satellite . 


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Gardner attempting to install A-frame to satellite. 



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MCU Kranz in MOCR. Pan left to Lunney. 

MLS Gardner attempting to install A-frame to rescued 
satellite. 

CU Gardner attempting to install A-frame to rescued 
satellite, 

ECU CAPCOM Ross in 51A MOCR. 

LS 51A MOCR. 

MLS Astronauts Ross and Nelson in water tank (WETF) at JSC, 
checking out contingency procedures for attaching A- 
f rame . 

MS Astronauts working in WETF. 
MS Astronauts working in WETF. 
MS Astronauts working in WETF. 

CU Astronaut working with A-frame in water tank. 

MLS 51A mission specialists Allen and Gardner being 

interviewed in front of Full Fuselage Trainer (FFT), 
Bldg. 9A. Super: 

Joe Allen Dale Gardner 

STS 51-A Mission Specialist STS 51-A Mission Specialist 



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Allen in MMU, moves into payload bay. 


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KINESCOPE - Allen on side of payload bay. 


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Gardner being interviewed. 


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KINESCOPE - Allen holding satellite while Gardner 
attaches A-frame in payload bay. 


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KINESCOPE - Gardner attaching A-frame to satellite. 


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Overhead view of Allen holding satellite while Gardner 
installs A-frame. 


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Allen moving around payload bay. PALAPA satellite stowed 
in background. 


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View of CAPCOMS and Flight Directors in MOCR. 


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KINESCOPE - Allen stowing tool board. 


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KINESCOPE - Walker and Hauck in aft flight deck observing 
satellite rescue procedures in payload bay. 


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PALAPA satellite stowed in payload bay. 


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D128 204 MS Astronauts in WETF. 

^1^X28 205 MLS Astronauts in WETF, 

D419 206 MS Joe Allen being interviewed. 

D935 207 MLS KINESCOPE - Allen on RMS holding WESTAR satellite. 

D935 208 MLS KINESCOPE - Overhead view of Allen holding satellite. 
Gardner preparing to attach A-frame. 

D169 209. MS Hauck on aft flight deck. 

D183 210 CU CAPCOM Jerry Ross in 51A MOCR. 

D170 211 MS PALAPA and WESTAR satellites stowed in payload bay. 
Earth in background. 

D183 212 MS Payload Operations Control Center (POCC) at Bldq. 30, 
JSC. 

D196 213 LS 51A orbiter approaches runway at Kennedy Space Center 
(KSC) Florida, 

D225 214 MLS Rear view of orbiter touchdown on to runway at KSC. 

D225 215 MLS Sideview of orbiter rollout after landing. 

^^13 216 MS 51D TELESAT satellite deploys from orbiter payload bay. 
Earth in background. 

D313 217 MCU 51D SYNCOM satellite deployment. 

D313 218 MS SYNCOM satellite tracking. 

D313 219 MS Mission Specialist Rhea Seddon on aft flight deck 
observing satellite deployments. 

D313 220 LS SYNCOM satellite tracking. 

D321 221 MS Pan left to right of 51D MOCR. 

D321 222 LS 51D MOCR. 

D321 223 CU CAPCOM David Kilmers in MOCR. 

D313 224 LS SYNCOM satellite tracking. Earth in background. 

D313 225 ELS SYNCOM satellite tracking. Earth in background. 

D817 226 MS Interview with Rhea Seddon in Manipulator Development 
Facility (MDF) Bldg. 9A, JSC, SUPER: 

•Rhea Seddon 
STS 51-D Mission Specialist 
Fade-in and fade-out super. 

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Homemade Device {Lacrosse stick) fabrication zoom out to 
MS Ed Whitsett discussing fabrication. WETF. 


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Astronaut Mark Lee preparing to enter water tank (WETF) 
to test devices for activation attempts of SYNCOM, 


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51D crew onboard orbiter making devices for SYNCOM 


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Seddon and Senator Garn working on activation device. 


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Mission specialist jett woEtman and Payloaa Specialist 
Charles Walker on mid-deck of orbiter. Hoffman preparinq 
for EVA. 


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nibdiun Dpeciaxisc uavia v^r^iggs aonnmg bVA suit m 
airlock. 510 Mission Commander Karol Bobko assisting 
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Seddon at RMS station on aft flight deck. 


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Overshoulder shot of Seddon at RMS station on aft flight 


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jXu payxoau Day. 


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510 MOCR. EVA can be seen on television screen. 


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Griggs and Hoffman EVA, attaching activation device to 
kmd ena erceccor. 


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CAPCOM Hilmers and Ross in 510 MOCR. 


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Griggs and Hoffman can be seen on MOCR television monitor 
during their EVA. 


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Flight Director Larry Bourgeois in 510 MOCR. 


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Bobko looking out overhead window on aft flight deck 
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Overshoulder view of Seddon operating RMS, 


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RMS with flyswatter and lacrosse devices moving toward 
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Bobko observing attempts to activate arming lever. 


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Orbiter moves away from SYNCOM after arming attempts 
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Seddon interview in MOP, 


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Engineers doing failure analysis of SYNCOM at Hughes 
nxxcxdxt company • 


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511 crew visit highbay at Hughes Aircraft Co. 


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511 Commander Joe Engle and Mission Specialist James Va 
Hoften talking to engineers. 


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511 Mission Specialist Bill' Fisher in Hughes Aircraft 


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vdH tioEten worKing wicn LbAbAT xn nignbay. 


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Night view of 511 launch. 


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511 rendezvous with SYNCOM. 


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Overshoulder view of Engle observing SYNCOM through aft 
flight deck overhead window. 


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Zoom to MLS - Mission Specialists Fisher and Van Hoften 
1ST EVA. 



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Engle and Mission Specialist Mike Lounge at RMS controls. 




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511 Joe Engle observing SYNCOM through aft flight deck 
overhead window. 


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Bill Fisher standing next to SYNCOM mockup 
SUPER: Bill Fisher 

STS 51~I Mission Specialist 


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Van Hoften on RMS capturing SYNCOM satellite. 


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Engle and Lounge watching Van Hoften *s capture 
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Aft flight deck window view of Bill Fisher awaiting to 
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D478 298 MS Engle and Lounge observing SYNCOM re-deployment. 

|p478 299 MLS SYNCOM moving away from orbiter. Van Hoften on RMS in 
foreground. Earth in background. 

D332 300 MS Lunney inteirview. 

B611 301 MLS Art of space station concept. 

D416 302 MS Zoom to LS - Art of space station concept. 

B845 303 CU Zoom to MS - art of astronauts with MMU's making repairs 
to beam builder in space. 

B689 304 MS ART- Astronauts with MMU's repairing satellite on 
orbit. Florida peninsula in background. 

D416 305 MS Zoom to LS - Art - of scientific platform on orbit. Sun 
in background. 

D893 306 LS Space Station orbiting in space. Earth in background. 
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RE: Audio Mix Changes for JSC 852 - "Building Towards New 
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Chuck and I have reviewed the audio mix and noticed a few things 
which could be improved. Since we will have to remix because the 
A/G track has been modified, I would like to make the following 
additional changes: 



1. 
2. 



2:43 
4:03 



Please segue music better 



Launch SFX is late coming in... also the EFX is lost ^ 
during tracking 



Come up with Crippen through the dissolve ^ 4 Cm 

Make launch EFX a little louder 

Check. through dissolve background 

JDropped out background. . .Please put back /O 

Fade In launch EFX and Fade Out... 
Tracking EFX at 25:59 

A/G track changed. .. need remix 



Please let me know if you have any questions. I would like to 
make these changes as soon as possible. 




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April, 1984 

MS - KINE, George Nelson flying MMU in Payload Bay. 

MLS - Flight Directors John T. Cox and Jay H. Greene 

at consoles in MOCR; Pan right to CAPCOM, Jerry Ross. 

LS - Nelson flying MMU, seen on Eldophor; Ross in foreground. 

MLS ~ Toss - Reverse angle. 

LS - Eldophor; Nelson preparing to fly MMU out of Payload 
Bay; Ross in foreground. 

KINE- Continued Action. 

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in foreground. 

MCU - Flight Director John Cox. 

LS - KINE - Nelson trying to dock with Solar Max, 

MLS - Ross. 

LS - Medical Console. 

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MS - LM console - Charlie Dumis 

MLS - Kranz, Chuck Lewis and Flight Controllers. 

MS - Medical console - Dr. Berry. 

LS - Kranz. 

CU - CAPCOM Charlie Duke. 

LS - Eldophor with landing display - FIDO and 6100 
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CU - Jim Lovell and Duke. 

MS - Apollo 11 - Descend onboard LM. 

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MS - LM console - looking down vehicle systems engineering 
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MS - Duke - V.S.E.C. console in foreground. 






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MCU - Chuck Biggs in front of TV monitors; Tilt up to see 

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MCU - CAP-COM - Truly. 

MCU - Bill Schneider; Pan left to George Low. 

MCU - Pete Frank watching Soyuz on Eldophor. 

CU - Kleinknecht . 

MCU - Flight Controllers at consoles. 

MLS - Onboard - Soyuz during docking with CM/MDA; shot from C/M. 

MLS - C/M shot from Soyuz during docking. 

MS ~ Soyuz ^ Continued Action. 

CU ~ C?M Continued Action. 

MCU - Soyuz docking with C/M - MDA. 

MS - AI Bean and Truly watching Eldophor. 

MS - John Young explaining MOCR to Ambassador Dobrynin and 
Dr. Fletcher in VIP room. 

MCU - Truly. 

LS - Pan MOCR. 

MS ~ Joint Flight Director Frank Littleton; Pan left to 
lady interpreter. 

MCU - Pete Frank; Pan left to CAP-COM Bobko. 



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MLS - Flight Controllers at consoles. 

MLS - Stafford working harch handle; seen on Eldophor. 

MCU * Per? Frank; Kleinknecht in background. 

MS - Onboard ~ Stafford opening hatch; Slayton in foreground; 
Leonov in SoyuE. 

MS ~ TV Monitors; Tilt up to Eldophor. 

MS - Eldophor - Stafford talking to Leonov. 

MS - Onboard - Stafford and Slayton freet Leonov. 

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MS - Flight Controllers. 








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CU - General David Jones (USAF) and George Hage. 






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10. 


ECU - CAPCOM McCandless. 








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ECU - Steve Bailes. 








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MS *- Flight Controllers - Trench. 

MLS - Lunar map - C/M near L.O.S. area. 

MLS - Armstrong on LM porch. 

MLS - Slayton, McCandless, Lovell and Schraitt at CAPCOM 
console - rear view. 

CU - Charlesworth . 

LS - Milt Windier, Charlesworth, Lunney, Griffin, Kranx 
and Kraft . 

MLS ~ George Hage, Sloberg, Kraft, Low and Gil ruth, 
CU - McCandless and Slayton; Pull back to MS. 
MS - Kraft a»<J Low. 
CU - Lunitey . 

LS - First T.V. from ^iM Television careeras shown on Eldophor. 
Flight Controllers in foreground. 

MS ~ Kraft, »,ow, Gil ruth. Dr. McKay and Bill Riley. 

MS ~ Amstrong jumping down to LM foot pad seen on Eldophor. 

HLS - Armtrong iu«ps back up to LM ladder seen on Eldophor. 

MS - Kraft, Low, Gilrutb, Dr. McKay and Riley. 

Et.S - Armstrong on LM porch, seen On eldophor; Controllers in 

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- StiH -* LM foot pad on lunar surface. 








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- Armstrong on foot pad, shot from LM window - High Angle. 






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- Armstrong on foot pad, seen on Eldophor; Pull back to LS. 






7686 


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- Charlesworth . 








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- Controllers. 








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- Still - First step on lunar surface; Zoom into CU. 






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42. 


MS 


- Charlesworth seated at console. 








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on lunar surface. 








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CU - CRT - Armstrong; Pull back to MS, Controller at console. 

LS - Armstrong collecting lunar samples. 

MS - Still - Lunar surface; Tilt up to Aldrin. 

LS - Still - Pan lunar surface. 

MS - Kine - Armstrong preparing to read palque; Aldrin in background 
14S - Still - Plaque on LM leg; Zoom into CU. 
MS - Kine - Armstrong reading plaque. 

MS - Still - Earth, Pull back to LS showing Earth with lunar 
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Kine - Armstrong reading plaque; Aldrin in background. 



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DATE - 7/22/87 

EDITOR - Don Pickard 

LENGTH - 366 1/2 FT 

TIME - 9 Minutes 

AV # - 

TITLE - Mission Minutes STS-1 Entry/Landing April 1981 

PROD. # - JSC 1007G 



FILE # SC,# SCENE DESCRIPTION 



NASA LOGO 



B 


963 


1 


ELS 


Mock - During STS-1 Flight- {High Angle, Front view 


B 


946 


2 


MLS 


STS-1 -Onboard - Crippen hooking up suit for entry- 










2 to 1 - Reverse Printed 


B 


951 


3 


MCU 


Capsule Communicator (CAPCOM), Joe Allen 


B 


951 


4 


MCU 


Flight Director - Don Puddy & Chuck Louis 


B 


963 


5 


LS 


Mock - High Angle - Front View 


B 


951 


6 


MS 


Kranz, Kraft, Hutchinson, Tilt down to Puddy 


B 


951 


7 


MLS 


IrropuiSlOn, oOOSCcr « fiettxcax v»wn&uj.c& 


B 


963 


8 


MS 


Guidance, Navigation & Control System Engineer Const 










(GNC) 


B 


963 


9 *• 


MS 


Flight Engineers at Console 


B 


951 


10 


MS 


CapCom Joe Allen and Rick Hauck {High Angle) 


B 


963 


11 


MCU 


Booster Console 


B 


963 


12 


MLS 


Operations Intergation Officer {010) 


B 


963 


13 


LS 


Ground Resources and Network Manager Console (GC) 


B 


963 


14 


LS 


Medical, Booster and GNC Consoles 


B 


951 


15 


MLS 


CAPCOM Joe Allen, tilt up to Joe Engle then back to 










Allen and CAPCOM Rick Hauck 


B 


951 


16 


MCU 


Flight Controllers at GNC 


B 


963 


17 


MLS 


Flight Controllers at Consoles 



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B 


951 


18 


MS 


Flight Controller looking over GNC's shoulder (Tilt 










down) 


B 


963 


19 


MLS 


Flight Directors Don Puddy, Dick Truly, Joe Engle, 










Brandenstein and CAPCOM Allen and Hauck 


B 


951 


20 


MCU 


GNC Controller, (tilt up to show consoles) 


B 


951 


21 


MCU 


Flight Director Don Puddy, Chuck Louis 


B 


963 


22 


MLS 


010, Flight and CAPCOM Consoles 


B 


963 


23 


LS 


Mock (High angle - Front view) 


B 


951 


24 


MCU 


Propulsion Console 


B 


951 


25 


MS 


Flight Dynamics Officer (FIDO) (Pan right to Trajec 










Console) 


B 


951 


26 


MCU 


Joe Allen 


B 


951 


27 


MCU 


Flight Directors Don Puddy, Chuck Louis (Tilt up to 










Neil Hutchinson looking over their shoulders. Tilt 










down. Max Faget in background) 


B 


951 


28 


MCU 


Propulsion Console (Pan right to Controllers at 










Consoles) 


B 


963 


29 


MLS 


Mock 


B 


963 


30 


MCU 


GNC Console (Tilt up to Controller) 


B 


963 


31 


CU 


Woman at Medical Console 


B 


951 


*• 

32 


MS 


Joe Allen and Rick Hauk (High angle) 


B 


963 


33 


MS 


Public Affairs Officer (PAO) Console 


B 


963 


34 


MCU 


Brig. Gen. William T, Twiniting D.O.D Console 


B 


963 


35 


MLS 


GNC Console 


B 


951 


36 


MS 


Propulsion Console 


B 


951 


37 


MCU 


Don Puddy, (Tilt up to Neil Hutchinson, Cris Kraft 










BG, Pan left to Chuck Louis with Jean Kranz in BG) 


B 


951 


38 


CU 


Dick Truly, (Pan left to Joe Engle) 



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B 


951 


39 


MLS 


Elect Power, Instruments and Lighting Systems Engineer 










(ECIL) Console 


B 


951 


40 


MS 


CAPCOM Allen and Hauck (post blackout) Engle and 










Brandenstein in BG. 


B 


951 


41 


MCU 


Don Puddy and Chuck Louis 


B 


946 


42 


MS 


STS-1 on board during roll manover mack 18 1/2 (Printe 










2 to 1) 


B 


951 


43 


MS 


Don Puddy, (Pan left to Chuck Louis and back to Puddy) 


C 


038 


44 


■ELS 


Kine - Columbia - shot from Anderson Peak 


B 


951 


45 


MS 


Flight Dynamics Officer (FDO) Console 


B 


946 


46 


MS 


Onboard - third roll reversal over Bakerfield CA, 










{Printed 2 to 1) 


B 


951 


47 


MS 


FDO Console 


B 


946 


48 


MS 


Onboard - Columbia coming arouno tieaa Hxignment uxcc^t; 










(HAC) 


B 


951 


49 


MS 


FDO Console 


B 


951 


50 


MCU 


Don Puddy 


B 


951 


51 


MS 


Allen standing, Hauck in FG, Brandenstein and Engle in 










BG 


B 


951 


52 


LS 


EIDOPHOR showing landing trajectory 


B 


951 


53 


MCU 


GNC Console 


C 


038 


54 


ELS 


Kine - Colummbia and T-38 chase plane shot from a chas 










plane 


B 


951 


55 


MLS 


Controllers watching monitors 


C 


038 


56 


ELS 


Kine Columbia during final flair and landing gear 










deployment 


C 


038 


57 


MS 


Kine - Columbia landing, shot from TV-1 


B 


951 


58 


MCU 


CRT showing landing - Flight Controller in FG 



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o 




59 


MS 


Joe Allen 


C 


U Jo 


60 


MS 


Kine - Columbia rollout 


B 




61 


LS 


Mock - Controller applauding 


B 




62 


LS 


Continued Action 


n 

O 




63 


MS 


Dick Truly, Joe Engle and Chuck Louis smiling (Pan 










right to Don Puddy, Neil Hutchinson and Harold 










Draughon; Max Faget in BG) 


c 


038 


64 


MLS 


Kine - Columbia on rollout 


a 


O CI 


65 


MS 


Hauck, Allen and Brandenstein 


C 


038 


66 


MS 


Kine - Columbia rolls to wheels stop 


B 


vol 


67 


MS 


Joe Engle, Bob Thompson .(Pan left, tilt down to Rick 










Hauck } 


C 


A "30 

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68 


MS 


Kine - John Young egressing Columbia 


B 


a c 1 


69 


MLS 


Kraft, Rudy Saldana, Max Faget 


C 


038 


70 


MS 


Kine - Young inspecting Columbia for damage 


B 


963 


71 


MS 


Pete Frank, Harold Draughon, Don Puddy and Joe Engle 


B 


a£ '3 
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72 


LS 


Young inspecting Columbia, seen on EIDOPHOR in mock 


B 


951 


73 


MCU 


Joe Engle, Joe Allen, (Pan right to Max Faget, Chuck 










Louis, Kranz, Puddy and Kraft) 


B 


963 


74 


MLS 


Mock (Pan right to left) 


C 


038 


75 


MS 


Kine - Bob Crippen egressing Columbia 


B 


951 


76 


MCO 


Joe Allen applauding 


B 


Q C 1 


77 


MCU 


Rick Hauck and Brandenstein applauding 


B 


951 


78 


MCU 


Don Puddy, Hutchinson, Kraft, Kranz, Louis, (Pan lef 










to Engle clapping) 


C 


038 


79 


MS 


Kine - Crippen greeted by George Abby, Young; Crippe 



and Abby walk toward Astronaut Van 



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3/X7/88 
Chuck Welch 
1210 ft. 
32:30 Nins 
0406 

Toys In Space Part 1 of 2 
JSC-1014 



PILE f ..set SCENE DESCRIPTION 



NASA LOGO 



drig Vide 


1 


MS 


Dr. Carolyn Suxaners introducing **Toy8 In Space** and 
paper airplane experiment. Bldg. 9hf Johnson Space 
Center, Houston, Texas. 


01-316 


2 


MLS 


STS-51D Senator "Jake* Garn tossing paper 
airplane on middeck of orbiter in Zero-G. 


Or ig. Vide 


3 


MS 


Dr. Sunmers. 


IV316 
^Orig.Vide 


4 


MLS Gam tossing paper airplane. 


5 


MS 


Dr. Sunmers. 


D-314 


6 


MS 


Sen. Garn letting paper airplane float on middeck. 


Or ig. Vide 


7 


MS 


Dr. Sumners. 


£»-316 


8 


MS 


Sen. Garn tossing paper airplane. Be blows on airplane 


Orig.Vide 


9 


MS 


Sr. Sumners. 


D-316 


10 


MS 


Sen. Garn tossing paper airplane. 


Orig.Vide 


11 


MS 


Dr. Sumners. 


D-316 


12 


MS 


Sen. Garn tossing airplane. 


Orig.Vide 


13 


MS 


STS-51D Pilot, Donald Williams in Bldg. 9A, 
demonstrating paddle ball at Bldg. 9A, 


H 


14 


CO 


of William demonstrating paddle ball. 


n 


15 


MS 


same as scene 13. Zoom in. 


D-316 
^Orig.Vide 


16 


MS 


Onboard orbiter "Discovery** Williams middeck 
demonstrating paddle ball in Zero-G. 


17 


MS 


Williams demonstrating paddle ball at Bldg. 9A. 


D-316 


18 


MS 


Wiliiama deomonstrating paddle ball in ZeroHS* 



DATE 

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TITLE 

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JSC-1014 Toys In Space Part 1 of 2 



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ile # SC, # SCENE DESCRIPTION 

MS Williams in Bldg. 9A. 



Qrig.Vide 19 
D-316 20 
Or ig. Vide 21 



MS Williams demonstrating paddle ball in Zro-G 

MS STS*-51D Mission Specialist # Dr. Rhea Seddon 
deomonst rating jacks game in Bldg. 9A. 



M 


22 


CO 


Displaying jacks and ball* 




«« 


23 


MS 


Dr. Seddon in Bldg. 


9A 




D-314 


24 


MS 


Seddon on middeck of orbiter, playing wit 
Zero-G 


Orig.Vide 


25 


MS 


Seddon playing with 


jacks 


in Bldg. 9A. 


H 


26 


cu 


Jack in hand. 






M 


27 


MS 


Same as SC-25 






D-314 


28 


MS 


Seddon playing with 


jacks 


in Zero-G. 


Orig.Vide 


29 


MS 


Seddon playing with 


jacks 


in Bldg. 9A 


^-314 


30 


MS 


Seddon playing with 


jacks 


in Zero-G. 


Orig.Vide 


31 


MS 


Seddon playing with 


jacks 


in Bldg. 9A. 


D-314 


32 


MS 


Seddon playing with 


jacks 


in Zero-G. 


Orig.Vide 


33 


MS 


Seddon with jacks. 






M 


34 


CO 


of jacks. 






N 


35 


MLS 


Seddon playing with 


jacks. 




D-314 


36 


MS 


Seddon playing with 


jacks 


in Zero-G. 


OrigVideo 


37 


MS 


Seddon spinning jack. 




D-314 


38 


CO 


Jack spinning like a 


gyroscope in Zero-G. 


Orig.Vide 


39 


MS 


Seddon spinning jack. 




M 


40 


CO 


Jack spinning 






H 


41 


MS 


Seddon 






« 


42 


CO 


Jack spinning 






43 


MS 


Seddon 






D-314 


44 


CO 


Jack spinning in Zero-G. 





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Grig. Vide 45 
D-3I4 46 

Or ig. Vide 47 

* 48 
49 

50 
51 

Or ig. Vide 52 
" 53 
D-316 54 

I 

Orig.Vide 55 
D-316 56 

Orig Vide 57 
58 



D-316 



59 



Orig. Vide 60 

D-316 61 

Orig. Vide 62 

D-316 63 

Orig. Vide 64 

^>-316 65 

Orig. Vide 66 



MS Seddon in Bldg. 9A. Zoom out. 

MLS Seddon playing with jacks in Zero-G. 
Zoom in to MS. She spins out of frame. 

MLS STS-51D Mission Dr. Specialist Jeffrey Hoffman 
demonstrating magnetic marbles in Bldg. 9A 

CU of magnetic marbles. 

MS *of Hoffman demonstrating magnetic marbles. 

CU of two magnetic marbles. 

MS Hoffman demonstrating magnetic marbles 

CU Magnetic marbles. 

MS Hoffman demonstrating magnetic marbles. 

MS Hoffman aboard orbiter. He's deomonst rating the 
magnetic marbles in Zero-G. 



MS Hoffman in Bldg. 9 A 
MS 



Hoffman on middeck of orbiter 
magnetic marbles in Zero-G. 



Zoom to MCU. 

He's demonstrating 



MCU Hoffman. Zoom to MS. 

CU Magnetic marbles on table, 
around. 



Hands moving them 



KLS Hoffman playing with magnetic marbles of middeck of 
orbiter • 

CU of magnetic marbles. 

MS Hoffman playing with magnetic marbles on middeck of 
orbiter . 

MCU of Hoffman 

Hoffman playing with magnetic marbles in Zero-G 

MS Hoffman demonstrating magnetic marbles in Bldg. 9A 

MS Hoffman demonstrating with magnetic marbles in Zero-G 
of orbiter. 

MS STS-51D Pilot Donald Williams showing off windup toy 
mouse "Rats tuff" in Bldg. 9A. 



JSC-1014 Toys In Space Part 1 of 2 



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Orlg.Vlde 68 


MS 


Williams winding Ratstuff. 


69 


CO 


Ratstuf£ jumping around. 


« 70 


MS 


of Williams 


71 


CO 


Ratstuff 


72 


MS 


Williams in Bldg. 9A 


" 73 


CO 


Rats tuff being wound up. 


74 


MS 


miliams holding Ratstuff • 


75 


CO 


Ratstuff . 


76 


MS 


Williams. Zoom to MLS 


" 77 


CO 


Ratstuff. 




MS 


Williams holdina Ratstuff. 




CO 


of Ratstuff underside. 




MS 


Williams demonstrating Ratstuff on middeck of orbiter 
in Zero-G. 


Orig.Vide 81 


MS 


Bldg. 9A Williams holding Ratstuff. 


82 


CO 


Ratstuff. 


" 83 


MS 


Williams holding Ratstuff. 


D*136 84 


MS 


Williams playing with Ratstuff on middeck in Zero-G. 




MS 


Williams playing with Ratstuff in Bldg. 9A. 


86 


MS 


STS-51D Commander Karol Bobko demonstrating a gyro- 
scope in Bldg. 9A 


87 


CO 


Gyroscope . 




MS 


Bobko spinning up gyroscope on middeck of orbiter in 
Zero-G. 


Orig.Vide 89 


MS 


Bobko demonstrating gyroscope in Bldg. 9A 


D-314 90 


MCO 


Bobko spinning up gyroscope in Zero-G. 


^brig.Vide 91 


MS 


Bobko demonstrating Gyroscope. 


D-314 92 


MS 


Bobko with gyroscope in Zero-G. 


Orig.Vide 93 


CO 


Gyroscope 



JSC-X014 Toys In Space Part 1 of 2 



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94 


MLS 


Bobko spinning gyroscope in Zero-G. 


Or ig. Vide 


95 


CU 


Gyroscope. 


D-3X4 


96 


MS 


Bobko playing with gyroscope. 


Ovig.Vide 


97 


MS 


Bobko preparing to spin gyroscope. 


D-315 


98 


MS 


Bobko twirling a non-spinning gyroscope around in 
Zero""G. 




99 


MS 


Bobko twirlino avroscooe around in I— G at BldQ 9A. 






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101 


CO 


Gyroscope in I—G. 


M 


102 


MS 


Bobko twirling gyroscope in Zero— G. 


« 


103 


MS 


Bobko spins up and twirls gyroscope in I-G. 


N 


104 


MS 


STS-51D Mission Specialist David Griggs. 


1 - 


105 


CO 


Yo-Yo spinning on end of string. 


N 


106 


MIiS 


Griggs winding yo-yo. 


D-315 


107 


MS 


Griggs playing with yo-yo on middeck of orbiter. 
Zero-G. Hoffman playing with Wheel— 0 Toy. 


Ovia Vide 


108 


MLS 


Griggs playing with yo— yo. 


D— 315 


109 


MS 


Griggs playing with yo— yo in Zero— G. 


n«4o vide 


110 


MS 


Griggs explaining some yo— yo tricks. 


D-325 


111 


MS 


Griggs doing tricks with yo-yo in Zero-G. 


Of ig. Vide 


112 


MS 


Griggs explaining yo-yo 


D-315 


113 


MS 


Griggs playing with yo-yo in Zero-G. 


Or ig. Vide 


114 


MCO 


of Griggs. 


D-315 


115 


MS 


Griggs playing with yo-yo in Zero-G. 



NASA LOGO 



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DATE - 3/21/88 

EDITOR - Chuck Welch 

LENGTH - 836 Ft. 

9IME - 22:30 Mins 

AV # * 0406 

TITLE - Toys In Space Part 2 of 2 

FROD* * - JSC-1014 



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SCENE DESCRIPTION 



D-316 
D-315 



D-314 

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F-316 
F-314 

F-316 

D-314 
D~316 



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2 

3 
4 

5 
6 
7 
8 
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10 
11 



CO ^Toy Bag (Science Study Toysy floating in Zero-G of 
Ocbiter Mlddeck. STS-51D. 



MS 



MS 
MS 



Grig. Vide 12 MS 



STS-SID Commander Karol Bobko playing with gyroscope 
on middeck of orbiter. Zero-G. 



CO Bobko spinning gyroscope in Zero-*G* 

MS STS-51D Mission Specialist Dr« Jeffrey Hoffman playing 
with '*Wheel-0'' while floating in middeck (Zero-G), 
Mission Specialist David Griggs moves into frame playing 
with Yo-Yo. 

MS STS-SID Mission Specialist Dr. Rhea Seddon playing 
with toy jacks in Zero-G of orbiter middeck. 

MS STS-'SID Senator **Jake** Garn floating paper airplane in 
Zero-G of orbiter middeck. 

MS STS-51D Pilot Don Williams playing with paddleball in 
Zero^G of orbiter middeck. 

MS Hoffman playing with magnetic marbles in Zero-G of 
orbiter middeck. 

MS Williams playing with windup toy mouse •*Ratstuff •* in 
Zero-G. 



Seddon and Hoffman playing with ''slinky** toy in Zero-G. 

Hoffman playing plastic race car and circular plastics 
track in Zero-G. 



Dr. Rhea Seddon in Bldg. 9A. 
of •'slinky** toy in Zero-G. 



She is explaining behavior 



D-314 



13 CU Slinky moving down steps in bldg. 9A. 

14 CU of Heddon. Zoom to MS. 

15 MS Seddon playing with slinky in Zero-G of orbiter middeck. 



JSC-10I4 



Toys In Space Part 2 of 2 



Page 2 



^File # Sc, # SCENE DESCRIPTION 



«rig*Vlde 


16 


MS 


Seddon talking about slinky. Bldg. 9A 


M 


17 


CU 


of slinky in Seddon*s hand. 




18 


MS 


Seddon playing with slinky. 


Aria. Vide 


19 


MS 


Seddon nlavina wifeh alinkv in ZerO'->G of or biter 
middeck • 


M 


20 


MS 


Seddon playing with slinky. Bldg. 9/V 


M 


21 


Cu 


Slinky toy. 


N 


22 


MS 


same as SC #20 


l>-314 


23 


MS 


Seddon and Hoffman playing with slinky in Zero-G of 
orbiter • 


Or io. Vide 


24 


MS 


Seddon with slinky. 


D-314 


25 


MS 


Seddon and Hoffman playing with slinky in Zero-G. 


IbrigVide 


26 


MS 


Seddon explaining slinky. Bldg. 9A 


11-314 


27 


MS 


Seddon and Hoffman playing with slinky in Zero-G. 


Or ig. Vide 


28 


MCO 


Hoffman demonstrating slinky from perth in Bldg. 9A. 


1>-314 


29 


MS 


Seddon and Hoffman playing with slinky in Zero-G. 


Grig, Vide 


30 


MCU Hoffman playing with slinky. 




31 


MS 


Hoffman in orbiter Zero-G, pushes slinky toward camera. 
Griggs floats into fram playing with yo-yo. 


Or ig. Vide 


32 


MS 


Williams demonstrating juggling in Bldg. 9A. 


D~316 


33 


MS 


Williams juggles apples in Zero-G of middeck. 


Orig.Vide 


34 


MLS 


Williams juggling, Bldg 9A. Zoom out/zoom in. 


0-316 


35 


MS 


Williams preparing to juggle apples and oranges in 
Zero-G. 


Orig.Vide 


36 


MS 


Williams juggles small stuffed animals. Bldg. 9A. 


^-316 
^rig.Vide 


37 


MS 


Williams juggles apples and oranges in Zero-G. 


38 


MS 


Williams juggling stuffed animals. Bldg. 9A. 


M 


39 


MS 


STS-51D Commander Rarol Bobko demonstrating toy top. 
Bldg. 9A. 



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of toy top. 


Or ig. Vide 


41 


MS 


Bobko deomonst rating top. 


D-313 


42 


MS 


PAM/ANIK Satellite deploys crom payxoaa oay. pad axu 




43 


MS 


Satellite tracking. Earth in background. 


M 


44 


MS 


Bobko demonstrating spin of toy top. 


H 


45 


CO 


'Toy top being spun up. 


M 


46 


MS 


Bobko spinning top. 


M 


47 


CO 


Top spinning. 


H 


48 


MS 


Top spinning. 


D-314 


49 


MS 


Bobko spinning toy top in Zero-G of orbiter middeck. 


^Orig.Vide 


50 


MCO Of toy top spinning. Bldg. 9A, Bobko distrubing spin 
with his hand. 


H 


51 


MLS Bobko picks up toy top. 


D-314 


52 


MS 


Bobko spinning top in Zcro-G. 


Orig.Vide 53 


MS 


Bobko holding toy top. Bldg. 9A. 




54 


MCO Zoom to MS - Jeff Hoffman deomonst rating magnetic 
wheel-o toy. Bldg. 9A. 


D-315 


55 


MS 


Hoffman upside down playing with wheel-o in Zero-G. 
Orbiter middeck. 


Orig.Vide 56 


MS 


Hoffman deomonst rating Wheel-0. Bldg. 9A 


D-315 


57 


MS 


Hoffman playing with Wheel-0 in Zero-G 


Orig.Vide 


58 


MS 


Hoffman playing with Wheel-0. Bldg. 9A Zoom to MCO. 


D-315 


59 


MS 


Hoffman upside down palying with Wheel-0 in Zero-G. 


Orig.Vide 


60 


MS 


Hoffman deomonst rating toy race car in Bldg. 9A 




61 


CO 


of race car moving around on flat surface. 




62 


MS 


same as SC #60. 


M 


63 


ECO of race car. 


M 


64 


MS 


Same as SC. #60. 



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D-316 65 MS Hoffman releasing circular track for race car. The 
track floats in Zero-G. 

erigVide 66 MS Hoffman discussing race car. Bldg. 9A. 

.. 67 CO Race car moving aroung circular track. 

** 68 MS same as SC. #66. 

S~316 69 MCO'Hoffman racing car on circular track in Zero-G. 

€rig.Vide 70 MS Hoffman with race car and circular track in Bldg. 9A. 

D-316 71 MCO Hoffman racing car on cirular track in Zero-G. He makes 
car fall off track and float around. 

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Title "Human Factors Engineering". 


D953 


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Computer graphic of shuttle with KU band. 


D953 


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Computer graphic of Space Station galley area 
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D942 


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LS 


Computer graphic Space Station. 


D938 


8 


MCU 


Computer graphic of Scott's work station. 


D955 


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Computer screen pan over to programmer typing at 
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D955 


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MS 


Programmers at computers. 


D937 


11 


MS 


Polygon cube builds on screen. 


D937 


12 


MS 


Cube. 


D937 


13 


MS 


Cube. 


D937 


14 


MS 


Cube. 


D938 


15 


MWS 


Scott's work station - a Space Station environment used 
for working and living in space. 


D951 


16 


MWS 


Man-modeling program shows how joints move. 


D939 


17 


MS 


Computer graphic demonstrates reach capability. 


D939 


18 


CU 


Computer menu. 



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D939 


19 


CU 


Computer graphic. Cursor moves to point for arm to 
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D939 


20 


MS 


Arm unable to reach cursor point. Error code at bottc 
screen. 


D939 


21 


CU 


Error code. 


D939 


22 


MS 


Computer graphic. 


0938 


23 


MS 


Computer graphic of 61-B EASE/ACCESS building in 
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D938 


24 


MS 


Side view of Scott's work station. 


D938 


25 


MS 


Cupola view of Space Station. 


D962 


26 


MLS 


Still photo of astronaut in Anthropometrics and 
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D962 


27 


CU 


Continued action. 


D962 


28 


MS 


Still of another section of lab. 


D940 


29 


MS 


Computer graphic showing body sizes. 


D790 


30 


MWS 


Astronaut Thuot in KG 135 airplane demonstrating and 
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D962 


31 


MS 


Still of body-wired in lab. 


D962 


32 


MCU 


Still of strength test. 


D962 


33 


MLS 


Still of astronaut suit in lab. 


D313 


34 


LS 


51-D EVA (Extra Vehicular Activity) in payload bay. 


D943 


35 


MLS 


Computer graphic of Space Station. 


D939 


36 


MS 


Mock up interior of Space Station living and working 
area. 


D943 


37 


MLS 


Computer graphic of Space Station building on screen. 


D943 


38 


MS 


Continued action seen from Cupola point of view. 


D943 


39 


MS 


Computer graphic of Cupola design concept. 


D936 


40 


CU 


Zoom out to MS of scale model of Cupola and Space 
Station modules. 


D943 


41 


MS 


Computer graphic modules. 


D936 


42 


CU 


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JSC- 


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D950 


43 


CU 


Pan to MS of habitation module mock up in Bldg, 15 a- 
JSC. 


D939 


44 


MWS 


Engineers in briefing. 


D939 


45 


CU 


Hands turning pages of shuttle diagrams. 


D939 


46 


MS 


Over the shoulder shot of engineer examining photo. 
Tilt up to other engineers. 


D938 


47 


MS 


Computer graphic of Space Station galley being 
generated on screen. 


D952 


48 


MCU 


Wire frame graphic of manned figure floating 
weightless. 


D940 


49 


MS 


Computer graphic of reach envelope. 


D476 


50 


MS 


51-1 crewmember Lounge looks out aft top windows and 
out into payload bay, Engle to his left. 


D476 


51 


MCU 


Engle looks out into payload bay at satellite on arm. 


D476 


52 


Mca 


Astronaut holds satellite in payload bay. 


D477 


53 


MLS 


Astronaut Fisher deploys omni antenna. 


D478 


54 


LS 


Astronaut Van Hoften spins satellite from payload bay. 


D940 


55 


MLS 


Computer graphics of satellite rescue and repair. 


D940 


56 


MS 


Continued action. 


D942 


57 


MS 


Computer graphic of camera angle in payload bay of 
TDRSS (Tracking and Data Relay Satellite System) 
payload. 


D942 


58 


MS 


Opposite camera angle. 


0942 


59 


MS 


TDRSS raised in payload bay. 


D608 


60 


MS 


61~B astronaut works on EASE from the end of RMS arm 
{Remote Manipulator System). 


D609 


61 


MS 


61-8 astronauts work on ACCESS in payload bay. 


D857 


62 


LS 


Engineers at JSC work on Space Station structure here 
on the ground. 


D857 


63 


Mca 


Engineer continues construction. 


D938 


64 


MS 


Computer graphic EASE/ ACCESS in payload bay. 
Demonstrates camera angle. 


D939 


65 


MWS 


Interior Space Station mock up. 


0955 


66 


MS 


Programmer at computer terminal. 



JSC- 


1017 




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D442 


67 


MS 


51-F crewmembers Acton and Bridges on aft flight deck 
using foot restraints. 


0442 


68 


MS 


51-F crewmeraber Fuller ton floats to rad deck lockers. 
England in background. 


D967 


69 


MS 


Computer graphic of manned model floating into foot 
restraint and reaching toward lockers. 


D967 


70 


CU 


Digitizer selects body joints. 


D967 


71 


cu 


Graphic choosing body joints. 


D964 


72 


MCU 


Model reaching towards lockers. 


D964 


73 


cu 


AI (Artificial Intelligence) graphic read out. 


D964 


74 


MCU 


Continued action. 


D951 


75 


MS 


Model floats up to work station and pushes button. 


D964 


76 


MCU 


AI read out . 


D943 


77 


CU 


Hands at keyboard. 


D964 


78 


MCU 


AI read out. 


D951 


79 


CU 


Model pushes button on work station. 


D952 


80 


MWS 


Computer graphic of model floating up to work 
station. Menu at bottom. Scale counts 331 frames in 
graphic action. 


D955 


81 


MS 


Programmer sets up seven key frames of action. 


D952 


82 


MCU 


Computer graphic model continues seven key frames. 


D953 


83 


CU 


Scale counts seven key frames. 


D952 


84 


MCU 


Computer graphic model in position of seven key frames. 


D952 


85 


MWS 


Computer graphic generates 331 frames of model floatinc 
over to work station. 


D9S5 


86 


MS 


Programmer changes angle of graphic on computer screen. 


D95X 


87 


MCU 


Bicycle graphic at different speeds and single freeze 
frame action. 


D955 


88 


MS 


Programmer at computer keyboard. 


D943 


89 


MS 


Programmer at computer console working with Language 
Interface program. 


D943 


90 


MCU 


Computer screen. 


D943 


91 


CU 


Continued action. 



JSC- 


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DESIGNING WITH PLAID pageS 


D942 


92 


MS 


Over the shoulder view of programmer looking at 
computer screen. 


D943 


93 


cu 


Hands typing on computer keyboard. 


D943 


94 


MS 


Computer language on screen. 


D943 


95 


MCU 


Programmer looks through acroryra book. 


D953 


96 


MS 


Wire frame graphic shuttle. 


D938 


97 


MS 


Scott's work station. 


D952 


98 


MS 


Wire frame manned model floats up to work station. 


D939 


99 


MS 


Computer graphic satellite repair. 


D954 


100 


MS 


Computer graphic shuttle fly away from screen. 


D940 


101 


MS 


PLAID logo. 


ORIG 


102 


MS 


Man Systems Division logo. 


ORIG 


103 




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TITLE OF PRODUCTION: De s i gn i ng w i t h Plaid ( r e v i s ed ) - J SO- ! 0 1 7R 
DURATION OR LENGTH: I3njinutes PRODUCED FOR: NASA-Johnson Space Center 



TITLE 



New Images 
Inve s t i t ure 



CATALOG NUMBER 
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DW 3530A 



NUMBER OF USES 
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3 

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In association with Corelli-lacobs Film Music 



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PRODUCTION SCENE LIST LOCATOR 
NASA/JSC - MEDIA SERVICES CORPORATION 



DATE - 8/27/87 

EDITOR - Marika Christ 

LENGTH - Sync-To-Sync 483 ft. 

TIME - 13 Minutes 

AV # - A-0003 

TITLE - DESIGNING WITH PLAID - REVISED 

PROD. # - JSC~1017R 



FILE # SC.# SCENE DESCRIPTION 



NASA LOGO 



D953 


1 


MS 


Computer graphic shuttle move left to right. 


ORIG 


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Title "DESIGNING WITH" - build PLAID logo. 




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PnrannhAr ar^^nhie of shuttle with KU band. 




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D942 


5 


LS 


Computer graphic Space Station. 


D938 


6 


MCU 


Computer graphic of Scott's work station. 


D9 55 


7 


CU 


Computer screen pan over to programmer typing at 
keyboard. 


D955 


8 


MS 


Programmers at computers. 


D937 


9 


MS 


Polygon cube builds on screen. 


D937 


10 


MS 


Cube. 


D937 


11 


MS 


Cube. 


D937 


1 2 


MS 


Cube. 


D938 


13 


MWS 


Scott's work station - a Space Station environment 
for working and living in space. 


D951 


14 


MWS 


Man-modeling program shows how joints move. 


D939 


16 


MS 


Computer graphic demonstrates reach capability. 


D939 


16 


CU 


Computer menu. 


D939 


17 


CU 


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reach toward. 



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SCENE DESCRIPTION 


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X8 


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Arm unable to reach cursor point. Error code at bot 
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19 


cu 


Error code. 


D939 


20 


MS 


Computer graphic. 


D93'8 


21 


MS 


Computer graphic of 61-B EASE/ACCESS building in 
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D938 


22 


MS 


Side view of Scott's work station. 


0938 


23 


MS 


Cupola view of Space Station. 


0962 


24 


MLS 


Still photo of astronaut in Anthropometrics and 
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0962 


25 


CU 


Continued action. 


D962 


26 


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Still of another section of lab. 


0940 


27 


MS 


Computer graphic showing body sizes. 


0790 


28 


MWS 


Astronaut Thuot in KC 135 airplane demonstrating and 
testing physical strength. 


096 2 


29 


MS 


btixi or ooay-'Wirea m lab. 


096 2 


30 


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Still of strength test. 


0962 


31 


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Still of astronaut suit in lab. 


0313 


32 


LS 


51-0 EVA (Extra Vehicular Activity) in payload bay. 


094 3 


33 


MLS 


Computer graphic of Space Station. 


0939 


34 


MS 


Mock up interior of Space Station living and working 
area . 


0943 


35 


MLS 


Computer graphic of Space Station building on screen. 


0943 


36 


MS 


Continued action seen from Cupola point of view. 


0943 


37 


MS 


Computer graphic of Cupola design concept. 


0936 


38 


CO 


Zoom out to MS of scale model of Cupola and Space 
Station modules. 


0943 


39 


MS 


Computer graphic modules. 


0936 


40 


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modules 



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Pan to MS of habitation module mock up in Bldg. 15 at 
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D939 


42 


MWS 


Engineers in briefing. 


D939 


43 


CU 


Hands turning pages of shuttle diagrams. 


D939 


44 


MS 


Over the shoulder shot of engineer examining photo. 
Tilt up to other engineers. 


D938 


45 


MS 


Computer graphic of Space Station galley being 
generated on screen. 


D952 


46 


MCU 


Wire frame graphic of manned figure floating 
weightless. 


D940 


47 


MS 


Computer graphic of reach envelope. 


D476 


48 


MS 


51-1 crewmember Lounge looks out aft top windows and 
out into pay load bay. Engle to his left. 


D476 


49 


MCU 


Engle looks out into payload bay at satellite on arm. 


D476 


50 


MCU 


Astronaut holds satellite in payload bay. 


D477 


51 


MLS 


Astronaut Fisher deploys omni antenna. 


D478 


52 


LS 


Astronaut Van Hoften spins satellite from payload bay. 


D940 


53 


MLS 


Computer graphics of satellite rescue and repair. 


D940 


54 


MS 


Continued action. 


D942 


55 


MS 


Computer graphic of camera angle in payload bay of 
TDRSS (Tracking and Data Relay Satellite System) 
payload. 


D942 


56 


MS 


Opposite camera angle. 


D942 


57 


MS 


TDRSS raised in payload bay. 


D608 


68 


MS 


61~B astronaut works on EASE from the end of RMS arm 
(Remote Manipulator System). 


0609 


59 


MS 


61-B astronauts work on ACCESS in payload bay. 


0857 


60 


LS 


Engineers at JSC work on Space Station structure here 
on the ground. 


0867 


61 


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Engineer continues construction. 



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SCENE DESCRIPTION 


D938 


62 


MS 


Computer graphic EASE/ACCESS in pay load bay. 
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D939 


63 


MWS 


Interior Space Station mock up. 


D955 


64 


MS 


Programmer at computer terminal. 


D4 4 2 


65 


MS 


51-F crewmembers Acton and Bridges on aft flight deck 
using foot restraints. 


D442 


66 


MS 


51-P crewmember Fuller ton floats to mid deck lockers. 
England in background. 


D967 


67 


MS 


Computer graphic of manned model floating into foot 
restraint and reaching toward lockers. 


D967 


68 


CU 


Digitizer selects body joints. 


D967 


69 


CU 


Graphic choosing body joints. 


D964 


70 


MCU 


Model reaching towards lockers. 


D995 


71 


MLS 


Programmer at computer terminal working on Artificial 
Intelligence (AI) program. 


D995 


72 


MCU 


Continued action. 


D951 


73 


MS 


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D995 


74 


MCU 


Above angle view of computer terminal. 


D995 


75 


MCU 


Computer Programmer. 


D995 


76 


MCU 


Continued Action. 


D951 


77 


CU 


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D952 


78 


MWS 


Computer graphic of model floating up to work 
station. Menu at bottom. Scale counts 331 frames in 
graphic action. 


D955 


79 


MS 


Programmer sets up seven key frames of action. 


0952 


80 


MCU 




D953 


81 


CU 


Scale counts seven key frames. 


D952 


82 


MCU 


Computer graphic model in position of seven key frames. 


D952 


83 


MWS 


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over to work station. 



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97 


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98 


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99 


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100 


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Programmer changes angle of graphic on computer screen 

Bicycle graphic at different speeds and single freeze 
frame action. 

Programmer at computer keyboard. 

Programmer at computer console working with Language 
Interface program. 

Computer Programmer. 

Over shoulder view of computer programmer working at 
terminal , 

Above angle view of computer terminal. 
Hands typing on computer keyboard. 
Programmer types on computer keyboard. 
Programmer looks through acronym book. 
Wire frame graphic shuttle. 
Scott's work station. 

Wire frame manned model floats up to work station. 
Computer graphic satellite repair. 
Computer graphic shuttle fly away from screen. 
PLAID logo. 

Man Systems Division logo. 

Produced for the NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE 
ADMINISTRATION BY MEDIA SERVICES CORPORATION 
HOUSTON, TX. 



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' ^'"'^^ , , capture Studies in S.E.S. 

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E028 19 MS Heib looking out top window. 

D975 20 MLS Space Station RMS and docking port. 

D975 21 MS Low at console. 

D975 22 MCU T.V. monitor. 

E029 .23 ' CU Low. 

D975 24 MS Console, pull back to MLS 

D975 25 CU Low selecting T.V. camera "D". 

D976 26 LS Space Station viewed from onboard T.V. camera. Pan 
left to orbiter approaching RMS. 

E028 27 MS Hieb looking out top window. 

D975 28 CU Space Station docking port. 

E028 29 MS Heib operating T.V. camera. 

^^975 30 MS Space Station docking port. Tilt down to show RMS above 
orbiter grapple fixture. 

0975 31 MCU Low talking to Heib on radio. 

E029 32 CU continued action 

E028 33 MS Heib answering Low. 

D975 34 MS Low operating RMS as orbiter moves in for capture. 

D975 35 LS Camera on Space Station showing orbiter RMS. Tilt up to 
show habitat and experiment modules on Space Station. 

D975 36 MLS Low at console. 

£029 37 CU Low pushes on RMS brake switch. 

E029 38 CU Low. 

E029 39 CU RMS brake switch light on. 

D975 40 ECU T.V. monitor showing view of grapple fixture. Pull back 
to MCU. 

^29 41 CU Low. 

D975 42 MLS Panel to Low's left. Low turns brake off, 

E029 43 CU Brake switch off. 



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E0 29 44 MCU Low 

D975 45 MS Low selecting operating mode, pan right to T.V. monitor 

- (high angle) . 

E029 46 CU Low talking on radio to Heib. 

0975 47 CU continued action. 

E028 48 MS Heib talking on radio to Low, turns to turn off orbiter 

control jets. 

S028 49 LS continued action. 

D975 50 MCU Low operating RMS. 

E029 51 CU Low. 

D975 52 MCU T.V. monitor showing grapple fixture from RMS wrist 

camera (High angle) zoom in to CU. 

E028 53 CU Heib talking to Low on radio. 

^^976 54 MCU RMS close to grapple fixture. 

D975 55 MCU T.V. monitor as Low operates RMS for capture. (High 

angle) . 

E029 56 CU Low 

E029 57 CU Low squeezes trigger hand controller to activate snare 

on RMS end effector. 

D975 58 MCU T.V. monitor showing capture, (high angle) Low in 

f orground . 

£028 59 MS Heib talking to Low on radio, 

D976 60 CU RMS attached to grapple fixture on orbiter, pull back to 

MS. 

E029 61 Low 

E029 62 Low selects T.V. camera "C" . 

D975 63 MLS T.V. camera showing RMS attached to orbiter. 

E029 64 CU Low selects T.V. camera "D". 

^1^975 65 LS T.V. showing RMS attached to orbiter. 

E029 66 CU Low selects T.V. camera "B". 



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D891 68 ELS Model - Space Station in orbit. 

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PRODUCTION SCENE LIST LOCATOR 
NASA/JSC - MEDIA SERVICES CORPORATION 



DATE - 9-21-87 

EDITOR - Don Pickard 

LENGTH - 484 Sync-To-Sync 

TIME - 12 i/2 Minutes 

AV # - A-0003 

TITLE - Williard F. Rockwell Dinner Clip 

PROD, ff - JSC 1030 



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7':>A\ t>l MCU Stdtford in LM. 

7Ssl 52 MCU Cernan in LM. 

7768 57 MS Apollo 11 Lunar Landing. 

£071 S8 ELS Still. Lunar surface, tilt up , pull back to LS 

?66b 59 MS Armstrong stepping off lader . 

7768 60 MCS Armstrong stepping off LM shot from LM pilots window. 

D9 2i 61 MD Still of foot on Lunar Surface, Zoom in to CU. 

7774 61 LS Aldiin and Armstrong putting up American Flag shot from 

LM window. 

80ji Ob MLS LM in Lunar Orbit. 

£049 66 ELS Still - LM on Lunar Surface - tilt down to show 

Surveyor . 

8337 o9 MS Lovell in LM. 

|Pb3i/ 70 MCU Haise in LM. 

8337 ;i MS Swigert in LM. 

8375 72 MS Still. LM jetteson. 

8375 73 MCU Pan right to left. Service module showing damage. 

8262 74 MLS Lovell, Haise, Swigert egressing helicopter. Zoom in to 

MS. 

8782 78 LS Astronaut egressing LM on Lunar Surface. 

8782 79 MLS Shepard and Mitchell placing U.S. Flag on Lunar Surface. 

9023 81 CU Apollo 15 - Technician adjusting helmet in suiting room 

on Scott. 

90.': 82 MS Worden with helmet on. 

91'. ^ 83 MCU Irwin suited. 

8V MS Lunar surface seen from rover. 
93oi hh MS Apollo 16 - Mattingly exercising. Tilt down to Young, 

^jj^it.' ti'j MCU DuKe eating 

93^: 1 ELS Lunar rover on Lunar Surface w/ LM in BG. 



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9361 if'i CU Astronaut riding on rover. 

9361 MLS Lunar surface seen from rover. 

AK136 v'i LS KINE Young & Duke collecting samples. House rock in 
BG. 

D9^i ^8 Still - Large rock on lunar surface. Pull back to LS of 

astronaut and rover. 

AKl/^ MS KINE Schmitt and Cernan collecting samples between two 

Doulders . 

AK.7J iOO LS Cernan hopping downhill towards rover. 

AKl8b lOI LS LM ascent Stage takeoff. 

9585 102 LS Apollo 17 - Splashdown. 

9585 103 LS Helicopter picking up astronauts from water with carrier 

in BG. 

9585 104 MLS Cernan, Evans, Schmitt waving at crew from steps of 

^ helicopter. 

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PRODUCTION #: JSC- 10 30 



ROLL» DESCRIPTION SCENE » 

fx8904 F-101 Take off 1 

fx8905 F-101 Fly by 1 

fx8904 F-101 Take off 2 

fx8905 F-101 Fly by 2 

fxcutl-51 ambiance 3 

fxcutl-51 ambiance 4 

fx25022 Launch/Shepard 5 

fx0919 Mercury-Redstone launch-Shepard 

flight from T-10 seconds 5 

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fx0921 Mercury-Atlas Launch 7 

fx0902 Atlas lift off 7 

fx0921 Mercury-Atlas Launch 8 

fx0902 Atlas Liftoff 8 

merchigh "I feel fine/capsule turning" 9 

merchigh "view is tremendous** 10 

fx3910 Helicopter 11 

fx3007 Helicopter and clapping 12 

fx3007 Helicopter and clapping 13 

fx3007 Helicopter and clapping 14 

fx3007 Helicopter and clapping 15 

fx3001 Titan First Stage Static Firing 16 



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DESCRIPTION SCENE » 

Titan First Stage Static Firing 17 

EVA 18 

GT 6/7 Add-ons for Rendezvous Seq. 20 

"Clearly see the other" 20 

"Clearly see the other" 21 

"Gemini 12 Houston standing by" 

during re entry 22 



clapping and music outside 25 

Ambiance 26 

Apollo 1 Press Conference 26 

Ambiance 27 

Apollo 1 Press Conference 27 

Ambiance 28 

Apollo 1 Press Conference 28 

Saturn launch 29 

Saturn launch 30 

Saturn launch 31 

MSC~498 "The Flight of Apollo 7" 32 



Live from the moon 38 
Live from the moon 39 



PAGE 3 



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Live from the moon 


40 


a/8high 


Live from the moon 


41 


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Live from the moon 


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a/8high 


Live from the moon 


43 


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a/8high 


On porch-taking pictures 


46 


a/8high 


On porch-taking pictures 


47 


075-AAA 


stable-undocking/nice machine 


48 


848-AAC 


Apollo 10 timeline chatter 


49 


926-AAA 


talk about CM/looks etc. 


50 


926-AAA 


talk about CM/looks etc. 


51 


926-AAA 


talk about CM/looks etc. 


52 


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54- cut 

55- cut 

56- cut 
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A/11 Lunar Landing 


57 


a/llhigh 


A/ii (jonna bcep. • .une Diuaxji. • « 


59 


a/llhigh 


A/11 "Gonna Step... One Small..." 


60 


a/llhigh 


A/11 "Gonna Step... One Small..." 


61 


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64- cut 






372-AAA 


"You look pretty nice over there" 


65 


379-AAA 


Okay Houston, I'm jiggling it" etc. 


66 


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424-AAA 
424-AAA 
424-AAA 

a/X3 
a/13 
1610 

75- cut 

76- cut 

77- cut 

a/14 

466-AAA 

80-cut 

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427-AAG 

427-AAG 

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as-cut 

86-cut 
564--AAA 

802-AAA 

802-AAA 

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a/16high 

a/16high 



"ward off Jack frost" LM Cold 69 
"ward off Jack frost" LM Cold 70 
"ward off Jack Frost" LM Cold 71 
LM Jettison/farewell acquarius 72 
"one whole side missing" 73 

74 



Shepard down ladder to surface 78 

Flag planting sequence 79 

Ross SS 8PSI Suit Fit Check 81 

Ross SS 8PSI Suit Fit Check 82 

Ross SS 8PSI Suit Fit Check 83 



Lunar surface description/"keep my eye 



the road" "seatbelts" 87 

Young comment 88 

A/G 89 

A/16 Rover Riding 91 

A/16 Rover Riding 92 

A/16 Rover Riding 93 



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AK-136 340ft to 440ft "big old rock" 94 

95- cut 

96- cut 

97- CUt 

AK~176 Description of terrain 98 

eoa-AAA Collecting samples 99 

a/17high A/17 "Strolling on the Moon,." 100 

AK-186 720ft to 860ft LM ascent 101 

AK-173 310ft to 360ft "hippity hoppity" 100 

a/17high A/17 Splashdown 102 

fx3900 Helicopter 103 

fx3007 helicopter and clapping with band 104 

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DATE - 4-20-88 

EDITOR - Marika Christ 

LENGTH - 556 FT sync to sync 

TIME - 15 Minutes 

AV # - B-0317 

TITLE - Space Medicine: Answering The Challenge 

FROD. * - JSC-1035 



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NASA LOGO 

ORIG 1 MS Background heart monitor 

title super - SPACE MEDICINE: 
ANSWERING THE CHALLENGE 

B-129 2 CU Man's chest with heart monitoring electrodes 
attached to chest. 

" 3 CO Man's face with breathing apparatus attached for 
stress testing. 

^ " 4 CO Feet on treadmill. Tilt up to MS man on treadmill 

" 5 WS Man on treadmill for stress testing 

8551 6 WS Starfield 

I>-891 7 MCO Space Station model with Shuttle 

» 8 LS Space Station model.. Earth in background 

A-341 9 MS Skylab 4 crewman Gerald Carr egresses capsule 

" 10 MS Carr salutes 

A-341 11 LS Carr continues egresses of capsule with help from 
NASA officials. 

D-316 12 MS 51-D Crew person Rhea Seddon on Shuttle middeck 
performing echocardiograph experiment 

13 MS Cont. action 

" 14 CO Kinescope echocardiograph heart valve 

^-974 15 MS 41-C crewman Van Hoften exercising on treadmill on 
P shuttle middeck 

D-445 16 MS 51-F crewman Story Musgrave draws blood sample from 
Tony England 



JSC-X035 "SPACE MEDICINE: ANSWERING THE CHALLENGE" 



pg*2 





Scene 


# 


Scene Description 


D-476 


17 


MS 


51-1 crewmen Joe Engle and Mike Lounge on aft flight 
deck looking out windows. 


D-349 


18 


ws 


51-B crewman Wang and Lind in Spacelab performing 
experiments 


B~149 


19 


MS 


Dr. Kim Broadwell performs dental work on Space Station 
cre%«iember 


D-313 


20 


MS 


51-D EVA (Extra Vehicular Activity) in shuttle payload 
bay. 


C-742 


21 


LS 


Shuttle. Earth in background. 


D-476 


22 


MS 


51-1 crew on middeck during EVA prep. 


D-349 


23 


LS 


51-B crewmembers in spacelab. Pen thrown to VanDenBerg. 


E-149 


24 


MS 


Dr. Broadwell takes blood pressure of Space Station 
crewmember 


|E-174 
^-148 


25 


LS 


Aerial of JSC (Johnson Space Center) in Houston, Texas. 


26 


cu 


Diagram on board. Zoom out to MS engineers discussing 
I-V pump. 


tt 


27 


cu 


I-V pump. 


M 


28 


MS 


Engineers looking at components of I.V. pump 


It 


29 


LS 


Cont. action 


B580 


30 


KC- 


135 take off. 


A667 


31 


LS 


Exterior KC-135 parabolic dive. 


B-092 


32 


MS 


Interior KC-135 during Zero-G parabolic dive. Drs C. 
Lloyd and K. Broadwell demonstrate patient restraint 
system. 


E-132 


33 


LS 


Interior Space Station mock-up 


E-103 


34 


LS 


Exterior Hermann Hospital in Houston, Texas 


It 


35 


MS 


Lifeflight emergency crew brings in patient 


E-102 


36 


LS 


Operating room 




37 


MS 


Respiratory equipment 


*i 


38 


cu 


I.V. (intravenous) fluid. Pan left to operating 
attendant 



JSC-1035 "SPACE MEDICINE: ANSWERING THE CHALLENGE" pg.3 
^p'ile # Scene # Scene Description 



E-I02 39 MWS Doctor *s instruments and operating table 

E-103 40 MWS X«ray room 

E-I07 41 MS Lab technician examining slides under microscope 

" 42 MS Lab tech looking at cultures 

B-106 43 MS Hospital pharmacy 

B-102 44 WS Central supply 

E-130 45 WS Hyperbaric facility for treatment of decompression 
sickness 

D~891 46 LS Space Station model. Earth in background 

E-149 47 MS HMF (Health Maintenance Facility) mock up 

E~102 48 MS Doctors during surgery 

t" 49 WS Operating room 

092 50 WS Interior KC-135. Doctors practice CPR in Zero-G with 
dummy on patient restraingt 

" 51 CU Continued action. 

" 52 MWS Doctors examine Thomas Pack in Zero~G 

E'-132 53 WS HMF in space station mock up. 

E-153 54 MS Pan medical monitoring equipment to be used in HMF. 

E-075 55 MS Graphics of space station repair capabilities (step 
printed 1:4) 

E-149 56 MS Demonstration of storage capability of patient 
restraint system 

A364 57 MS Skylab crewmen perform medical exams on each other 

to maintain health 

C974 58 MS 41-C crewman Nelson exercises on teadmill 

D~637 59 MS 61-C crewman Gibson exercises on treadmill. Congressman 
Nelson looks on 

" 60 MS 61-C crewman Chang-Diaz exercises on treadmill. Hawley 

in background 

;-120 61 MS Person exercising on bicycle with monitor of progress 



JSC-1035 "SPACE MEDICINE: ANSWERING THE CHALLENGE" 



pg.4 



lie # Scene # Scene Description 



E^120 62 WS continued action. 

" 63 CU Person exercising 

" 64 CU Exercise monitor 

E-092 65 MS Judy Hays straps in on bicycle in interior of KC-135 to 
demonstrate performance of equipment in Zero-G. 

" 66 MS Continued action. Begin to bicycle. 

" 67 MS Equipment converted to rower. 

" 68 LS Another exercise alternative on exercise equipment. 

B-103 69 MS Nurse's station in hospital. 

E-102 70 MCU Nurse with paperwork. 

" 71 CO Paerwork in hospital 

E-151 72 MS Dr. James Logan, Manager of the Medical Sciences Space 
I Station Office at the Johnson Space Center. HMF mock up 

^ in background. 

E-150 73 MCU Logan 

E-151 74 MS Logan 

E-150 75 MCU Logan 

E-149 76 MS Medical personel on space station performing exam 

E-151 77 MS Logan 

E-150 78 MCU Logan 

D-614 79 WS Mission Control at JSC in Houstonr Texas 

" 80 MS Capcom Leesma watching 61-B EVA on ediphor 

" 81 MS Surgeon console in Mission Control 

E-144 82 MCU Logan with Mission Control in background 

E-145 83 MS Logan 

|;-144 84 MCU Logan 

E-145 85 MS Logan 

E-144 86 MCU Logan 



JSC-1035 "SPACE MEDICINE: ANSWERING THE CHALLENGE" 



pg.5 



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Scene 


# 


Scene Description 


B-145 


87 


MS 


Logan 


E-144 


88 


MCU 


Logan 


E-145 


89 


MS 


Logan 


A948 


90 


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Earth landscape. Mountains in background 


ti 


91 


LS 


Medical person with NASA medical kit in rural 
area populated by Pagago Indians 


II 


92 


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Medical list 


.1 


93 


LS 


Medical person enters house 


A942 


94 


MS 


Nurse examines baby 


A535 


95 


MS 


X-ray technicain sets up equipment 


A938 


96 


MCU 


Two way medical monitoring system 


^940 


97 


MS 


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doctor on T.V. monitor 


E-I06 


98 


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B-102 


99 


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ICU 




100 


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ICU equipment 


II 


101 


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M 


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AOlO 


103 


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Skylab crewman Owen Garriot in rotating chair 
experiment 


C740 


104 


MS 


STS-7 crewperson Sally Ride at experiment on shuttle 
middeck 


D-609 


105 


LS 


61-B EVA building ACCESS in payload bay. 


E-133 


106 


LS 


Space Station mockup 


II 


107 


MS 


Crew person at keyboard in mock up. Pan Intt to galley 
area 


|E-149 


108 


MS 


Doctor at keyboard in HMF mockup 



E-129 109 CU Feet on treadmill. Pan left to heart monitor 



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968 


1 


LS 


Mercury Atlas Ignition. 


968 


2 


CU 


Mercury Atlas Launch. 


968 


3 


MLS 


Mercury Atlas Tracking. 


705 


4 


CU 


John Glenn onboard - Friendship 7. 


1709 


5 


MLS 


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4077 


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MS 


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9316 


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MLS 


Saturn V Launch. 


8042 


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Launch Holddowa. Arm 




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Continued Action {Lauch) 


6767 


11 


ELS 


Saturn V FlyBy. 


6616 


12 


CU 


Saturn V Tracking. 


6587 


13 


MS 


Onboard staging. 


8033 


14 


MS 


Lunar Module (LM) over Lunar Surface. 


7683 


15 


CU 


Chris Kraft. 


7690 


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Kranz. 


7683 


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MS 


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7683 


18 


MS 


Flight Operations Director console; Right to left George 

Trimble, Kraft, Low, Gilruth, Bill Riley and 
Doug Ward. 


7683 


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ECU 


FIDO - Jay Greene. 


7683 


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LM Controller Charlie Dumis. 



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MS 


Apollo 11 ' Lunar descent and landing (onboard). 


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MS 


Shasow of LM on lunar surface. 


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MS 


Jay Greene gives thumbs up. 


7683 




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MS 


Kraftf Low and Gilruth reaction to landing. 


7685 




25 


MCU 


Duke, Low and Haise reaction to landing. 


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26 


MLS 


51C Zoom in to CCJ of Shuttle on Pad. 


Ref. 

Master 

112120 


1 


27 


MS 


Shuttle Launch and track. 


Ref. 

Master 

115051 


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28 


MLS 


STS~7 In orbit seen from spas 






29 


MS 


510 Telesat Deploy. 


D601 




30 


MS 


61B Springer and Ross suiting in EVA Suit. 


O601 




31 


MS 


Springer getting into top part of JEIVA Suit. 


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LS 


41B McCandless eggressing out through hatch. 


D596 




33 


LS 


Spring and Ross building the experimental assembly 
(EASE) . 


D608 




34 


CU 


61B - Ross holding EASE. Pull back to LS showing 
him standing on end of RMS. 


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» 


35 


LS 


Orbiter, pan right to Space Station going by, brine 
title. 



114699 
VCL 1198 

36 IMAGINE THE POSSIBILITIES 
OP SPACE 



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Don Pickard 
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E057 1 LS Interior Bids. 9A 

E057 2 MLS Astronaut Pierre Thuot on orbiter hatch, emergency 

slide folded up in front of him. 

E057 3 MS Engineers 

E057 4 LS Thuot inflates slide 

E057 5 CU Engineer. 

^^57 6 LS Engineer and Kathy Thornton inspects slide. 

E057 7 MS Engineers watching. 

E057 8 MLS Thuot and George Low sliding down slide. 

E057 9 EUC NASA Logo on Low's helmet, pull back to MS, Engineer 

talking to Low and Thuot, Dolly around to front. 

E057 10 MS Engineers. 

E057 11 MS Engineer, Thuot and Low walk over to inspect strips 

on slide for slowing down astronauts during emergency 
egress • 

E057 12 MLS Kathy Thornton slides down slide. 

E057 13 MLS James Bagian slides down slide. 

E057 14 MS Bagian talking to Low and Thuot about climbing back 

up slide. 

E058 15 MS George Nelson suited, slides down slide. 

«57 16 MCU Bagain and Low. 

58 17 MS Nelson egresses orbiter Hatch and slides down slide. 

E057 18 MLS Bagian climbs up slide. 



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MS Kathy Thornton, Low, Thuot and engineers talking about 
the slide being too fast. 

MLS Continued action - high angle, KSC rescue team in 
background. 

MS Engineers watching. 

MLS Kathy Thornton talking to an engineer, KSC rescue team 
in background. 

MS Kathy Talking to KSC rescue team about rescue procedures 
zoom into rescue team members. 

MS Rescue team removing Low through hatch and lowering him 
down slide. 

MS Engineers. 

MS Rescue team removing Thuot through hatch. 

MLS Thuot being lowered down on slide - front view, pull 
back to LS. 



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DATE - 12/23/87 

EDITOR - Chuck Welch 

LENGTH - 1046 PT 

TIME - 28:00 Mins. 

AV # - 0288 

TITLE - Nicollier/WET-F Training 

PROD, # - JSC-1040 



FILE # SC.# SCENE DESCRIPTION 



D-999 1 WS Exterior view of Weightless Environment Training 
Facility (WET-F). Building 29, Johnson Space 
Center, Houston, Texas. 

E-056 2 WS WET-F in Bldg. 29. Pan left. 

** 3 MS Nicollier and training instructor discussing use of 

tools for WET-P training. 

4 CU Nicollier using ratchet to feed rope. 

^ ** 5 MS Nicollier and insturctor talking. Zoom to MCO of 

" Nicollier. 

" 6 MCO Instructor. Pan left to Nicollier. 

** 7 MS Of tools on table. Camera tilts up to Nicollier 

and instructor. 

•* 8 WS Of WET-F. Shuttle mockup in water tank. 

9 MS Nicollier donning lower half of Extra Vehicular 

Activities (EVA) suit. Zoom out to MLS. 

10 MCO of Nicollier 's face. 

" 11 MS Nicollier donning lower half of EVA suit. 

" 12 MS Nicollier completes donning lower part of EVA suit. 

" 13 MCO of suiting technician. 

" 14 MS Nicollier climbing into torso of EVA suit. 

" 15 MS Nicollier *s head exits top of torso of EVA suit. 

Suit technicain helping him. 

P " 16 MCO Suit Technician. Pan left to Nicollier donning EVA 

suit. 

** 17 MS Nicollier donning communications cap. 



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18 MLS Nicollier donning EVA suit gloves. 

19 MS WET-F diver putting equipment into water in preparati 

of training exercise in tank with Nicollier. 

" 20 ECO Nicollier donning EVA gloves. 

« 21 MS Nicollier in EVA suit. 

22 MS Nicollier donning EVA suit. 

" 23 CU Nicollier 's face behind EVA helmet. 

" 24 LS Nicollier in EVA suit. The WET-F technicians are 

hoisting him into water for EVA training in shuttle 
pay load bay. 

25 MS of Nicollier being lowered into water. 

26 MS of technician control hoist. Pan right to Nicollier* 

total immersion in water. 

27 MS Technicians watching television monitors at control 

console of Nicollier 's progress underwater. 

28 MS of technicians. WET-F in background. 

** 29 CU Nicollier can be seen underwater through television 

monitor. Camera tilts down to another monitor. 

30 WS of control consoles and technicians during WET-F 

training exercise. Camera pan left to look into wate 

E-086 31 MS WET-F (water tank) in background. Table with tools i 
foreground. Pan right to Nicollier and instructor 
discussing upcoming WET-F training exercise. 

32 MCU Nicollier and instructor discussing tools to be used 

exercise. 

33 MS Another camera angle of Ni'collier and Instructor in 

discussion. Pan and zoom to MCU of Nicollier. 

** 34 MS Mrs. Nicollier speaking to Mr. Brzezinski (WET-F 

Manager } . 

35 CU Zoom to MS of^suit technicians aiding Nicollier in 
donning lower part of shuttle EVA suit. 

** 36 MS Nicollier preparing to donn lower part of EVA suit. 

** 37 MCU Nicollier making adjustments to liquid cooling jSind 

ventilating garment (LCVG) , 



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42 

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49 

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MS Nicollier donning hard upper torso assembly (HUTA) of 
EVA Suit. 

CU Nicollier making connection between lower assembly and 
HUTA. Camera tilts up to Nicollier *s face. 

LS Nicollier on platform that will hoist him into water 

tank. 

MS Technician putting EVA helmet on Nicollier. 

MS Technicians placing weights on legs of Nicollier 's 
EVA suit. 

MS Divers at tankside awaiting Nicollier being 
placed into water. 

LS Nicollier being hoisted into water tank (WET-F). He is 
totally immersed. 

MS Training people observing Nicollier 's progress on 
television monitors. 

CU Of test insturctor talking via intercommunications to 
Nicollier in water tank (WET-F). 

MS Kinescope. Underwater view of Nicollier moving to 
remote manipulator system. (RMS). 

MS Of test directors. 

MLS Kinescope. Nicollier moving along RMS: in pay load 
bay during RMS contingency training. 

MS Test directors observing Nicollier 's progress under 
water. 

MS Kinescope. Nicollier working at AFT bulkhead of 
shuttle pay load bay. 

MLS Test direcotrs observing Nicollier 's underwater progress 
on television monitors. 

MS Kinescope. Nicollier at AFT bulkhead of shuttle pay load 
bay. He moves to RM^ and attaches rope to end effector 
portion of RMS. 

MLS WET-F Bldg. 29. Nicollier wearing liquid cooling and 
ventilating garmet (LCVG) speaks to his wife and 
friends. 



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56 
57 
58 

59 
60 
61 

62 

63 
64 

65 
66 

67 

68 



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ECU Of Nicollier in LCVG. 

MS Lacy Veach donning lower part of EVA suit. 

MS Nicollier donning lower part of EVA suit. 

MS Veach donning hard upper torso assembly (HUTA) of 
EVA suit. 

MCU Veach 's head pops out of HUTA. 

MS Nicollier Donns HUTA 

LS Nicollier and Veach on hoist platform perparing for 
payload operations exercises in WET-F. 

MCU Suit technician making adjustment to Veach *s LCVG 
before he donns gloves. Zoom to MS. 

MS Nicollier donns EVA suit gloves. 

MS View of Veach 's face behind helmet. Camera tilts 
down to technician strapping weights to legs of his 
EVA suit. 

MS Nicollier donning EVA helmet. 

MLS Nicollier and Veach on hoist platform in their EVA. 
WET-F in background. 



MS 



Insructor adjusting safety straps on Nicollier. 
left to a test director. 



Pan 



MS Platform being moved out over water tank and submerges 
Nicollier 6 Veach. 

MS Kinescope. Nicollier on platform. Divers are checking 
him for leaks. 



E--087 



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MS Test director watching cheking procedure, 
see Mrs. Nicollier and friend. 



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MS Kinescope. Divers unstrapping Nicollier from 
platform. 

MS Mrs. Nicollier and fr^iend talking at water tanks 's edge. 

MS Kinescope. Nicollier moving away from platform under- 
water in WET-F. 



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E-087 74 MCU Test Director. Zoom to MS to include others at 
monitoring console. 

MS Kinescope. Nicollier and Veach moving to tool locker in 
shuttle pay load bay. 

E-087 76 MLS Test console at edge of water tank (WET-F) camera tilts 
down and pans left to reveal Nicollier and Veach under- 
water working in pay load bay during pay load ops 
exercises in WET-F. 

MD Kinescope. Nicollier and Veach working underwater 
during pay load ops exercise. 

E-087 78 MS Above surfacew view of Nicollier and Veach working under 
water in pay load bay. Zoom to MLS. 

" 79 MS Technician monitoring Nicollier and Veach from tankside 

console. 

^ef. Mast 80 MS Nicollier and Veach working at forward bulkhead. 
T.15668/ 
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81 MS Director watching exercise on television monitors. 



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MS Nicollier and Veach underwater at forward payload 
bulkhead during payload ops exercise. 

MS Above surface view of payload bay in water tank. Camera 
pans right to test consoles and side of water tank. 



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DATE - 11/17/87 

EDITOR - Marika Christ 

LENGTH - Sync-to-Sync 1114 Ft. 

TIME - 30 Minutes 

AV # - B-0288 



PROD^ t " jsc'^iofl^^ Parachute/Ejection Seat Training at Vance APB 



FILE # SC.# SCENE DESCRIPTION 



NASA LOGO 

E-051 1 MLS Vance AFB (Air Force Base) air traffic tower. 

Tilt down to Welcome sign for NASA Space Cadets 

2 LS Airplane taxiing on runway 

3 MS ASCANS {Astronaut Candidates) L-R, Curtis Brown 

Bill Readdy and Jim Voss wait to greet their 
fellow 1987 ASCAN group. 



4 



MS Stairway lowered from airplane. 



5 MS ASCANS exit airplane. Kevin Chilton greeted by 

Brown followed by Bruce Melnick, Tom Akers, Ken 
Bowersox, Mike Poale and Don McMonagle. 

6 WS Continued action of ASCANS arriving at Vance AFB. 

7 WS 1987 ASCANS line up for photo in front of Welcome sign. 

8 MWS Continued action. 

9 MWS Continued action. 

10 WS ASCANS in classroom. 

11 MS Instructor discussing parachutes and parasails. 

12 MCU ASCAN Mae Jemison. 

13 MCU ASCAN Melnick. 

14 MCU ASCAN Ken Reightler. 

15 MS Instructor discussing parachute backpack. 

16 MCU ASCAN Jan Davis. 

17 MCU ASCAN McMonagle. 

18 MS Instructor. 



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E-052 19 MCU ASCAN Andrew Allen. 

" 20 MS Instructor with ASCAN Foale demonstrate parachute 

deployment, 

21 WS Classroom 

" •• 22 MS Instructor unfolds parachute as Foale looks on, 

" 23 LS ASCANS approach training area. 

" 24 MS ASCANS Stretch and warm up before practicing PLF 

(parachute landing falls). 

" 25 MS Instructor discusses proper foot positioning for 

landing. 

" 26 MS McMonagle pan right to MLS ASCANS listening to 

instructor . 

" 27 MS Instructor shows Davis proper body position for PLF. 

\ " 28 MCU Davis. Zoom out to MS of her practice PLF in gravel. 

" 29 MS Instructor helps ASCANS with PLF's. Bowersox jumps 

first followed by Melnick and Readdy. 

" 30 MCU ASCAN Mario Runco. Zoom out to MS of Runco jumping 

in gravel. 

31 MS ASCAN Greg Harbaugh practices PLF. 
" 32 MS ASCAN Jemison practices PLF. 

" 33 MS ASCAN Allen practices PLF from higher platform. 

34 MLS Over shoulder view of Jemison watching ASCANS performing 

PLP's. 

35 LS Parachute tower. Pan down to ASCANS preparing 

themselves for jumping from tower. 

36 MCU McMonagle. Foale in background. 

" 37 MS Instructor checks straps on Davis' harness. 

38 MS ASCANS McMonagle, Foale, Davis, Instructor, Readdy, 

^ Melnick and Bowersox climb stairs of parachute tower. 

39 MS Chilton reads checklist. Pan right to Runco. 



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E--052 40 MS ASCAN Foale jumps from parachute tower and runs 
through procedures for PLF. 







41 


MS 


ASCAN 


McMonagle runs through PLF. 






42 


MS 


ASCAN 


Bowersox runs through PLF. 






43 


MS 


ASCAN 


Runco runs through PLF. 


E- 


"051 


44 


MS 


ASCAN 


Reightler runs through PLF. 


£- 


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45 


MS 


ASCAN 


Alien runs through PLF. 




M 


46 


MS 


ASCAN 


Chilton runs through PLF. 




u 


47 


MS 


ASCAN 


Jemison runs through PLF. 




M 


48 


MS 


ASCAN 


Akers runs through PLF. 




„ 


49 


•MS 


ASCAN 


Harbaugh runs through PLF. 






50 


MS 


ASCAN 


Voss runs through PLF. 






51 


MS 


ASCAN 


Brown runs through PLF. 




M 


52 


MS 


ASCAN 


Melnick runs through PLF. 


E- 


052 


53 


MCO 


ASCAN 


Davis reviews cheklist. 


E- 


053 


54 


MS 


ASCAN 


Davis runs through PLF. 


E- 


052 


55 


MS 


ASCAN 


Readdy runs through PLF. 






56 


MS 


Instructor. Pan right to Readdy ( 



checklist procedures. 

" 57 CU Readdy 's feet. Zoom out to MS Readdy releasing harness. 

:-053 58 MS Zoom out to LS of ASCAN Bowersox being dragged by 

parachute harness. 

59 MS ASCAN Foale dragged and released from parachute 

harness . 

60 MS ASCAN Jemison dragged and released from parachute 

harness . 

-053 61 MS ASCANS Brown and Chilton. Pan right to Runco adjusting 

Pan right to Runco adjusting harness straps on 
McMonagle. 



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£-053 62 MCU Continued action. McMonagel lays down on ground and 
is dragged by othr candidates to practice parachute 
harness release. 

63 MS ASCAN McMonagle. 

64 MS ASCAN Harbaugh during drag procedures. 

6^ Vance instructor reads out names for parasail training. 

Jemison look on. 

66 MS Vance instructor reviews parasail procedures. 

67 MWS ASCAN Jan Davis is strapped into parasail harness. 

68 LS ASCAN Davis parasails. 

" 69 MS Tow truck. Tilt up to Davis on parasail. 

70 /4S Instructor wraps parasail on Davis' arms at end of 
practice. 

^ " 71 MS Instructor gives instructions to Jemison before 

parasailing. 

" 72 LS ASCAN Jemison parasails, 

" 73 MS Instructor with Foale. 

74 LS ASCAN Poale parasails. 

75 LS ASCAN Foale lands parasail. 

76 MS ASCAN Chilton. 

77 LS ASCAN Chilton parasails. 
E-054 78 MS ASCAN Height ler. 

79 LS ASCAN Height ler parasails. 

80 MS ASCAN McMonagle. 

81 LS ASCAN McMonagel parasails. 

82 MS ASCAN Voss talks about army parasailing with Vance 

instructor . 

^ " 83 LS ASCAN Voss parasails. 

84 MS ASCAN Mel nick. 



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-054 


85 


LS 


ASCAN Melnick lands parasail* 






86 


MS 


ASCAN Allen. 


E- 


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87 


LS 


ASCANS watching parasailing. 








WS 


Ejection seat instructor prepares Readdy for ejection, 
Readdy ejects. 






89 


MS 


ASCAN Bowersox in ejection seat. 


E- 


-054 


90 


MS 


ASCAN Brown in ejection seat. 


E- 


-054 


91 


MS 


ASCAN Jemison is lowered into ejection seat. 


E- 


-054 


92 


MS 


ASCANS Voss, McMonagle and Reightler watch procedures. 






93 


MS 


ASCAN Jemison in ejection seat. 






94 


•ms 


ASCAN Runco in ejection seat. 






95 


MS 


ASCAN Davis straps into ejection seat. 






96 


MS 


Instructor. Pan left to Davis in ejection seat. 




<i 


97 


MS 


Instructor. Pan left to Allen in ejection seat. 




M 


98 


MS 


ASCAN Voss in ejection seat. 




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99 


MS 


ASCAN Foale in ejection seat. 


E- 


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100 


MS 


Instructor. Pan left to ASCAN Akers in ejection seat. 






101 


MS 


Reightler in ejection seat. 






102 


MCO 


Instructor reviewing aircraft egress procedures with 
Jemison 






103 


MS 


ASCANS Foale, Voss and McMonagel wait their turn to 
egress procedures with Jemison. 






104 


MS 


ASCAN Jemison runs through procedures and egresses 
aircraft . 






105 


MS 


ASCAN Harbaugh runs through procedures and egresses 
aircraft . 






106 


MS 


ASCAN Runco runs through procedures and egresses 
aircraft . 






107 


MS 


ASCAN McMonagle egresses aircraft. 
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DATE - 12/17/87 

EDITOR - Marika Christ 

LENGTH - 1145 FT, Sync-to-Sync 

TIME - 30 1/2 Minutes 

AV # - 3^0288 

TITLE - 1987 ASCAN Water Survival Training at Homestead AFB 

PROD, # - JSC-1042 



PILE « SC.# SCENE DESCRIPTION 



NASA LOGO 



E-06S 1 MS 1987 ASCANS (Astronaut Candidates) Tom Akers and Mario 
Runco. Zoom out to MWS ASCANS preparing for water 
survival training at Homestead AFB (Air Force Base) in 
Florida. 



2 MS ASC^S Curt Brovn and Jim Voss select numbers to affix 

to their helmets for identification. ASCAN Ken 
; Reightler also selects number. 

3 MS ASCAN Jan Davis dons helmets to find one that fits. 



4 MS ASCAN Andy Allen walks over to ASCANS Mae Jemison and 

Davis who are selecting helmet numbers. 

5 MS Air Force instructor demonstrates LPO (Lifepreserver 

underarm) with the help of ASCAN Davis. 

6 MS ASCANS Jemison and Allen watch demonstration. Pan left 

to ASCANS Bill Readdy and Reightler. 

7 MS Instructor helps Davis don LPU. 

8 WS Instructor talks with ASCANS about helmets. 

9 WS Instructor talks with ASCANS about parachute 

checklists. 



10 MS ASCAN Mike Foale. 



11 MS ASCAN Don McMonagle. Pan left to ASCANS Reightler and 

Greg Harbaugh. 

12 WS Instructor talking about parachute checklist. 



13 MWS (L-R) ASCANS Davis, Runco and Jim Voss. Pan right to 

ASCANS Bruce Melnick, Harbaugh, Reightler and McMonagle. 

E-OSe 14 WS ASCANS hang on parachute harnesses while running through 
parachute checklists. 



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E-066 


15 


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ASCAN Harbaugh« 


H 


16 


MS 


ASCAN Runco. 


M 


17 


MS 


ASCAN Tom Akers. 


H 


18 


LS 


Slide for life tower. 


« 


19 


MS 


Instructor. Pan left to ASCAN Ken Bowersoac prepar 
to slide down the tower and practice parachute 
checklist. 


« 


20 


MS 


ASCAN Bowersox slides down tower. 


« 


21 


MCU ASCAN Melnick. 


H 


22 


MLS ASCAN Melnick Slides down tower. 


M 


23 


MS 


ASCAN Foale prepares to slide down tower. 


E-067 


24 


LS 


Slide for life tower. 


E-066 


25 


MS 


ASCAN Akers slides down tower. 


M 


26 


MS 


ASCAN Reightler slides down tower. 


It 


27 


WS 


ASCAN Voss slides down tower. 




28 


MS 


ASCAN Brown prepares to slide down tower. 


II 


29 


MS 


ASCAN Brown slides down tower. 


II 


30 


MS 


ASCAN Runco slides down tower. 


H 


31 


MS 


ASCAN Davis slides down tower. 


H 


32 


MS 


ASCAN Allen prepares to slide down tower. 


» 


33 


MS 


ASCAN Allen climbs down stairs on tower. 


II 


34 


MS 


ASCAN Allen slides down tower. 


It 


35 


MS 


ASCAN Readdy slides down tower. 


It 


36 


MS 


ASCAN Kevin Chilton climbs down stairs on tower. 


11 


37 


MS 


ASCAN Chilton slides down tower. 




38 


WS 


ASCAN Harbaugh climbs down stairs on tower. 


H 


39 


MS 


ASCAN Harbaugh slides down tower. 


M 


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MS 


ASCAN Jemison receives instruction for slide tower. 



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E-066 41 MS ASCAN Jemison climbs down stairs of tower. 

•* 42 MS ASCAN Jemison hanging on parachute harness. 

E-067 43 LS Slide for life tower. 

•* 44 LS Raft water area. 

** 45 WS ASCAN jump into water and swim towiard rafts. 

*• 46 MS ASCAN Runco climbs onto one man raft. 

•* 47 MS ASCAN Allen climbs onto one man raft. Pan right 

to Davis on raft. 

** 48 WS Water area. Pan right to instructor and ASCAN Bowersox 

discussing raft loading proceedures. 

" 49 MS ASCAN Chilton climbs into raft. ASCAN Relghtler is next 

to turn raft over and climb into raft. 

" 50 WS ASCAN Melnick jumbs into water and swims toward over 

turned raft. 

E~067 51 MS Insturctor and ASCAN Bowersox watch ASCAN Melnick. 

52 MS ASCAN Melnick climbs into raft. 
** 53 WS ASCAN Brown jumbs into water and swims toward raft. 

" 54 MS Instructor watches ASCAN Brown. 

" 55 MS ASCAN Brown flips raft over. 

" 56 MS ASCAN Brown climbs into raft. 

" 57 CU ASCAN Jemison. Zoom out to MS Jemison jumping into 

water and swimming toward raft. 

" 58 MWS ASCANS and Instructor watch ASCAN Jemison approach raft. 

** 59 MS ASCAN Jemison flips raft over, 

60 MS Instructor. 

" 61 MS ASCAN Jemison climbs into raft. 

" 62 MS ASCAN Davis climbs into raft. 

" 63 MS ASCAN Akers climbs into large raft with other ASCANS. 

E*068 64 WS Instructor with ASCANS on drop and drag boat. 



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E-068 65 MS Zoom out to WS of ASCAN Brown being dropped into water. 

Brown being dropped into water. Zoom in to MS of Brown 
dragged in water and releasing harness straps. 



66 



WS Zoom in to MS ASCAN Harbaugh being dropped and dragged 
in water. 



•* 67 WS Zoom in to MS ASCAN Poale being dropped and dragged in 

water. 

** 68 MS ASCAN Melnick dropped and dragged in water. 

•* 69 MS ASCAN McMonagle dropped and dragged in water. 

" 70 MS ASCAN Readdy dropped and dragged in water. 

71 MS ASCAN Bowersox dropped and dragged in water, 

•* 72 MS ASCAN Reightler dropped and dragged in water. 

•* 73 MS ASCAN Chilton being dropped and dragged in water. 

" 74 WS Zoom into MS ASCAN Davis being dropped and dragged in 

water. 

" 75 MS ASCAN Voss being dropped and dragged in water. 

" 76 MS ASCAN Akers dropped into water. 

E-069 77 WS ASCANS dragged in water. 

" 78 MS ASCAN Jemison being dropped and dragged in water. 

" 79 MS ASCAN Runco being dropped and dragged in water. 

" 80 MS ASCAN Allen being dropped and dragged in water. 

" 81 WS ASCANS being picked up from water by boats. 

E-068 82 MS Zoom out to WS ASCANS towed by boat on parasails. 

" 83 MWS ASCAN Harbaugh. Zoom in to MS of ASCAN Harbaugh 

preparing for parasailing. 

** 84 MS Boat deck person ties rope to hook on deck. 

" 85 MWS ASCAN Harbaugh. parasails. 

86 MS ASCAN Davis gets strapped in for parasailing. 

87 MLS Parasail boat. 

88 WS ASCAN Davis parasails. 



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£-068 89 MS ASCAN Readdy prepares for parasaxling. 

E-068 90 MWS Parasail prepared for flight. Pan right to ASCAN 
Readdy going off boat with parasail. 

" 91 MS ASCAN McMonagle. 

** 92 WS ASCAN McMonagle parasails. 

" 93 MS ASCAN Brown. 

** 94 MS Parasail boat. 

** 95 MWS ASCAN Brown parasails. 

" 96 MS ASCAN Voss with boat deck persons preparing 
parasail. 

97 MWS ASCAN Voss parasails 

" 98 MS ASCAN Chilton prepares for parasailing. 

" 99 MS Deck hand gives boat "go" signal. 

" 100 WS ASCAN Chilton parasails. 

E-069 101 MCO ASCAN Bowersox 

102 WS ASCAN parasails off boat. 

103 LS ASCAN parasails and lands in water. 

E-069 104 MWS ASCAN Jemison is prepared for parasailing. Zoom in 
to MS of ASCAN Jemison giving "Thumbs CJp". 

" 105 MWS ASCAN Jemison parasails. 

" 106 CU Zoom out to MS ASCAN Runco preparing to parasail. 

E-070 107 LS ASCAN parasails off boat. 

" 108 MS Tow boat captain. Pan right to person giving red flag 

signal to ASCAN on parasail.* 

" 109 LS ASCAN parasails and lands in water. 

110 WS ASCANS Voss and Readdy float in raft on water waiting 
for boat to pick them up. Readdy uses signal mirror. 

" 111 LS Helicopter flys over to ASCAN in water. 

112 LS ASCAN being lifted out of water by helicopter line 



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E-070 113 MWS ASCAN Allen is picked up by boat. 

« X14 MS Tow boat. Zoom out to WS of ASCANS seated on boat. 

" X15 MWS ASCAN Runco takes off helmet. ASCANS seated around 

him. 

M WS ASCANS on boat headed back to home base. 

E~069 117 MWS ASCANS walk off boat and drop off gear. 

»• 118 MS ASCAN Jemison rinses off equipment. Pan left to ASCAN 

Davis in foreground and ASCANS Brown, Chilton and Readdy 
in background. ASCAN Readdy jumps in water tank to 
rinse himself off. Chilton looks on. 



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8 51-D "ABOUT 100 FT AWAY" LOOK OF 
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9 51-D HIT WITH FLY SWATTER HIGH 

10 61-B EVA-2/REM0VING ACCESS 
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11 41-D ICE CLEARING HIGH 

12 41-B EVA/MC CANDLESS ON ARM HIGH 

13 MOMENT IN TIME/TAILS/2 DROPS DW 3462 A 

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DATE - 4/25/88 

EDITOR - Don Pickard 

LENGTH - 617 1/2 Sync to Sync 

TIME - 16 Minutes 

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TITLE - Commitment To Challenge 

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SCENE DESCRIPTION 


4f77 


1 


LS 


GT-4 Ed White *s EVA (Extra Vehicular Activity). 


3960 


2 


LS 


MOCR - 1965 


4i78 


3 


MCU 


GT-4 White During EVA 


E-174 

1 

5082 


4 


MS 


Aerial JSC ~ Shot 1988 
Title Background 
"Commitment 
To Challenge" 


5 


MS 


GT-6 & 7 Rendezvous 


a782 


6 


MS 


Apollo 14 - Astronauts putting up flag. 


B050 


7 


LS 


Skylab 2 - In orbit. Earth in background. 


Pi-zee 


8 


MS 


Skylab 4 - Ed Gibson floating into ATM 


A-796 


9 


MS 


Soyuz preparing to dock with Apollo. 


A-905 


10 


MCU 


Apollo coming in for docking. 


A796 


11 


CU 


Soyuz docking with Apollo. 


C742 


12 


MS 


STS~7 seen from spas 


D103 


13 


MS 


41-D - SBS Deploy (Satellite Business Systems) 


D561 


14 


MLS 


61-A - Payload Specialist working in spacelab 


D608 


15 


MCU 


61-B - Spring standing on RMS during EVA holding 
ease frame, pull back to LS 


D555 


16 


MLS 


61--B Launch 


^L1205 


17 


MS 


Computer animation of Space Station construction, pull 
back to LS. 


E-X33 


18 


MS 


Girl in Space Station crew quarters. 



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Scene # 



Scene Description 



E-133 

H 

CL-1205 

D892 
D614 



D905 
E210 



19 
20 
21 



24 
25 

26 
27 



MLS 

MS 

MCU 



22 LS 

23 MS 



LS 
CU 
MLS 
MCO 



28 CU 



E211 


29 


MS 


H 


30 


MLS 


D-825 


31 


LS 


D371 


32 


LS 


E-125 


33 


MCU 


A667 


34 


LS 


D-790 


35 


MLS 


D-430 


36 


MS 


D-408 


37 


MS 


E~128 


38 


MS 


l:-209 


39 


MS 




40 


MS 



Man at table in ward room. 

Girl at computer. Pan left to man watching TV 

Computer animation, pan Space Station thru window of the 
Cupola. 

Space Station in orbit. Earth in background. 

61B MOCR-Cap-Com, Astronaut Leesta watching EVA on 
Eidophor, Zoom into tracking map. 

Flight controllers at consoles. 

EVA Controller looks up at Eidophor. 

Continued action 

Man standing at table, pan left to show meeting in 
progress. 

Girls hand on computer mouse, pull back to MS of girl 
at computer. 

Two people in Mission Planning area looking at globe. 
People at computers - Mission planning. 

Astronauts in EVA class room. 
Shuttle Mock Trainers in Bldg. 9A. 

Covey in Shuttle Mission Simulator. Pan left to Hauck*s 
working computer. Hilmers in foreground* ..,,.^ 

KC-135 Flying Parabolic Curve. 

Interion KC-135 - Astronaut Training during Zero-G. 

Control Console in the WETF, Pull back to LS, Syncom 
mock-up in pool. 

Astronaut Bill Fisher training for repair of Syncom 
Satellite. 

Astronaut Rhea Seddon and Bagian in Space Lab Mockup, 
pull back to MLS showing Pay load Specailst Dr. Millie 
Fulford. 

Technician opens cabinet to check Biology equipment. 
Man operating computer in Biology Lab. 



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Lie # Scene # Scene Description 



D-955 41 CU Man's face, 

E-075 42 MS Computer graphics of interior of Space Station 
Printed 

^ ^ 43 MLS Front of Bldg. I, People coming to work. 

D-905 44 MLS People seated, pan right to man at Speakers 
stand. 

E-229 45 CU Exteriors of contractors facilities - IBM 

E-154 46 CU McDonnell Douglas. Pull back to MS 

E-199 47 MS Barrios Technology. 

E-190 48 MS Rockwell Shuttle Operation Company. 

E-154 49 MCU Boeing - Pan left. 

E-228 50 Lockheed. 

H-200 51 CSC - Computer Sciences Corporation 

E-228 52 MLS man closing door to Chamber A - Bldg. 32. 

E-205 53 CU Man picks up hot piece of shuttle tile, pull back 
to MS. 

E-194 54 MLS Man releases band on Trauss. 

D-316 55 LS 51-D Astronaut Rhea Seddon operating AFE. (American 
Plight Echocardiograph) Experiment. 

56 MS Continued action 

« 57 CU AFE on CRT. 

» 58 LS Continued action 

E-129 59 MCU Man running on treadmill, pull back to show operator 
at console. 

i2-.149 60 MS Doctor checking blood pressure on man in Space Station 
Health Maintenace Facility mock-up. 

^-209 61 MLS Technican operating computer in Biology Lab facility. 
m dolly in behind her 

62 MS Technican opens drawer to show Bio-Reactor in 
operation. Zoom into close up. 



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^p*ile # Scene # Scene Description 



£*168 63 MLS Technicain putting shuttle EVA suit together. 
(Boeing Buildings). 

E-202 64 MS Girl lowering self into the Space Station Mark 3 
EVA suit, pull back to MLS. 

65 MS Technican closes back of suit - seen from behind. 

*• 66 CU girl putting on gloves - seen from inside suit. 

67 LS Girl demonstrating mobility of suit. 

8033 68 MS Apollo 12 - LM in Lunar Orbit. 

7541 69 MCU Apollo 10 - Stafford in LM IVA. 

** 70 MCU Stafford working LM*s computer. 

E-178 71 LS Women at computer. 

*• 72 MLS Dolly - Real time Computer Complex, women takes 
^ tape from man, loads computer. 

^602 73 MS 61-B Astronaut Spring working computer on forward 
Flight Deck. 

" 74 MS Continued action. Astronaut Ross at Payload station 
^ in background. 

E-194 75 CU Computer graphics of Aero-Shell concept. 

E-194 76 MS Same as above - looking over engineers shoulder. 

** 77 CU Computer graphics on CRT 

•* 78 MS Engineer operating computer - Front view. 

•* 79 CU Computer graphics. 

E-195 80 MS Engineer setting up laser in Hybrd Vision 
lab 

E-195 81 LS continued action 

" 82 CU Engineer adjusting laser beam. 

" 83 MS Continued action 

|Il1205 84 MS Computer animation - Shuttle docking with the Space 
Station. 

E213 85 MS Artwork - Mars Lander. 



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lie # Scene # Scene Description 



E'-203 86 LS Zoom into MS, Engineer working on robotic hand. 

E-180 87 MS Dolly left to girl in Space Station Cupola mock- 
up operating robotic arm to Service Satellites. 

** 88 MLS Robotic arm. 

•* 89 ML girl 

*' 90 MLS Robotic arm putting box in hole on simulated satellite. 

Zoom into MS 

E-155 91 LS Engineers at control consoles preparing to operate 
EVA Retrieval Robot. 

♦* 92 MS Engineer talking to robot. 

** 93 LS Robot on Air bearing table. 

" 94 CU Engineer, 

E-156 95 MCU Console display of robot functions 

** 96 MLS Robot moving towards tool - raises arm. 

E-155 97 MCa continued action - front view. 

•* 98 CU Robot head with T.V. camera. 

E-156 99 MCU Robot hand grapples tool. 

E-155 100 MCU Robot lower arm - Front view. 

E-156 101 MCU Robot hand with tool, pull back to MS. 

9361 102 MLS Apollo 16 - Astronaut Young driving Lunar Rover 

smack towards LM on the moon. 

E204 103 MS Technicain looking at Lunar rock in the Lunar 

Curatorial i'acility. 

" 104 CU Lunar Rock. 

" 105 MS Lunar core sample. Tilt to technican looking through 
microscope. 

" 106 MCU Woman working with Lunar Rock in glove box. 

^1^98 107 LS Exterior - Lunar Planetary institute. 

E210 108 MS Two scientist looking over a book. 

•* 109 MS Two scientist looking at a lunar map. 



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fcile # Scene i Scene Description 



E207 


110 


MS 


Project manager talking with an engineer. 


£206 


111 


LS 


Budget meeting. 


E206 


112 


MS 


Dolly, People seated at table. 




113 


MS 


Man giving briefing. 


£209 


114 


MS 


Secretary at desk pan right to two men in office. 


£189 


115 


LS 


Interior Building 9. 


£205 


116 


MS 


Guard at main gate. 


£189 


117 


cu 


two men inspecting a part in Building 9. 


£205 


118 


LS 


Gardners working on new flower bed. 


£190 


119 


MLS 


Dolly - Man in heating and cooling plant walks up 
to guages. Writes on pad. 


|pi89 


120 


MS 


Engineer cranking out emergency egress telescoping 
pole. 


£175 


121 


MLS 


Aerials - Houston, Texas. Shot 1988. 


£-241 


122 


MLS 


Pan of Johnson Space Center from the top of Building 


£-208 


123 


MLS 


Students in Building 2 Auditorium. 


It 


124 


MS 


Bob Mayfield giving students at talk about space. 


H 


125 


CU 


Teacher . 


M 


126 


cu 


girl 


M 


127 


cu 


girl 




128 


cu 


boy 


tl 


129 


cu 


girl 




130 


cu 


girl 




131 


MLS 


Bob Mayfield 


£201 

i 


132 


LS 


Students sitting on lawn at Rice University. 
Houston, Texas. 


£200 


133 


MLS 


Student coming out of a building at Rice University, 
Houston, Texas. 


M 


134 


LS 


Students at University of Houston. Houston, Texas. 



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-File # 


Scene 


# ' 


Scene Description 


E200 


135 


MS 


Two students walking toward a building at Univerisity 
of Houston - Pull out to Long Shot« 


Ci 




136 


MLS 


Graduate student working at University of Houston. 


P~ 

£t 


201 


137 


MCO 


Researchers at computer at the Research Institute 
for Computing and Information Systems. University 
of Houston. 






138 


CU 


Chuck Lapinta giving a lecture at the Olive Garden 
Restaurant on Space Benefits - pull back to MS. 




H 


139 


ca 


People listening. 






140 


LS 


Lapinta 




n 


141 


CU 


Woman, pan left to a man. 






142 


LS 


Lapinta, zoom into MS. 


P»- 


1 Q7 


143 


LS 


Visitors looking at Saturn V. 


1 




144 


CO 


Baby, pull back to show rocket engine. 




H 


145 


MCU 


Man taking a picture of his family standing next 
to Saturn V engine - zoom in to MS. 




II 


146 


MS 


Man looking into Apollo 17 Command Module. 




II 


147 


CU 


Father putting helmet on young boy. 




11 


148 


MLS 


LTA~8 in visitor center. 


E- 


■106 


149 


LS 


Shuttle training area in Bldgs. 9A. 


E- 


•212 


150 


MS 


Group of Engineers looking over Lunar Base 
construction plans. Pan left. 


E- 


207 


151 


MS 


NASA Manager at desk. 


E- 


171 


152 


MS 


Girl at computer, man writing in foreground. 


E- 


209 


153 


MS 


Man working at drawing in Biology-Lab. 


E- 


178 


154 


MS 


Woman at computer. 


E- 


202 


155 


MCU 


Girl in Mark 3 EVA Suit, Technicain helping 



put gloves on. 



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12 
13 

14 

15 
16 

17 
18 
19 



Bldg 9A Ambiance 



Scene 17 



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Ambiance outside of bldg. 2 
visitor center/birds, cars 

ICOM Breathing 

Bldg, 15 Plaid computer room 
keyboards 

Vehicle moving 

Vehicle moving 

Bldg. 2 outdoors of Visitor 
Center 

Traffic on NASA Rd #1 
near visitors gate 

Palapa go for deploy 

MKB Process Chamber/Exper 
iments 

61-B EASE/ACCESS Audio 

51-D Electrocardiograph Exp. 

Cabin Ambience 

Gemini 6/7 docking sequence 

Gemini 8 tumbling 

ASTP Handshake sequence 

A/17 Rover comments 

A/16 Rover comments 

ASTP Docking from 5 meters 
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various outdoor shots fxadd-8 
underwater WETF?? fxadd-10 

Space Station Mock up fxadd-33 
Scene 46 fx-8602 
Scene 43 fx-8603 



Scene 21 and 55 



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Scene 9 
Scene 10 
Scene 26 

61-B Forward flight 
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GT-6/7 

ASTP crewman shaking 
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Rover on surface 
Scene 41 
Scene 8 



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ROLL 2 

20 A/15 Rover comments 

21 A/17 Flag planting sequence 

22 Shuttle Lift off with T~10 
countdown 

23 Shuttle Lift off with T-10 
countdown/contains "Houston 
now controlling" 

24 DM~8 Firing 

25 Outdoor effects with cars, 
buses, people 

26 Outdoor Ambience by roadway 
looking at bldg. 1 

27 Outdoor Ambience by bldg. 2 
Visitor Center/cars/birds/ 
buses/people 

28 "Gemini IV, Houston CapCom" 

29 Helicopter 



Rover on surface high 
Scene 4 high 

Shuttle launch 10001 

Shuttle launch 10002 
Shuttle launch fx 

Various outdoor shots fx 

Various outdoor shots fx 

Vaious outdoor shots fx 
Gemini IV high 
Overhead shots Aircraftl 



CUT 


DESCRIPTION 

ROLL 3 


FILM FOOTAGE 


SFX# 


30 


Traffic, overall perspective 


JSC in '65 {outside 
cars distant 


fx2000 
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31 


Auto drive by 


JSC in '65 (outside 
going by distant) 


fx7700 
cut 13 


32 


Cars entering GSFC gate 


Van driving into LPI 


fxl9000 
cut 1 


33 


KC 135 idle, taxi, take off 


KC 135 exterior 


fxadd 41 


34 


KC 135 idle 


KC 135 exterior 


fxadd 39 


35 


KC 135 start & idle 


KC 135 exterior 


fxadd 30 


36 


KC 135 taxi, take off 


KC 135 exterior 


fxadd 31 


37 


T-38 Various 


T-38 


9500 cuts 
slated 


38 


KC 135 onboard ambience 


Scene 19 


3200 cutl 


39 


KC 135 onboard ambience 


KC 135 interior 


3200 cut2 


40 


61-B EVA 


Spa Sta Graphics 


61B high 


41 


61-B EVA 


Spa Sta Graphics 


61B high 



END ROLL 3 



DESCRIPTION 
Helicopter 

51-1 Underwater WETF 



FILM FOOTAGE SFX» 

ROLL 4 

For Helicopter over- OSa-AAG 
head shots 

51-1 WETF Bldg, 8 



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- Replace space station graphics with updated graphics 

- Shorten section of Crew Health Care/Health Maintenance Facility 

- Shorten section of EVA Retriever Robot 

- Shorten section of Center Management 

- Reshoot footage of JSC grounds as seen from Building 1 roof. 

- Shorten section on educational programs 

- Delete paragraph on the Research Institute for Computing and Information Systems 
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5/2/88 

Marika Christ 

210 FT Sync-to-Sync 

5 Minutes 

B'0288 

STS-27 Crew De-Orbit Prep in SMS with Gibson, Shepherd, Mullane 

Ross, and G. Gardner 

JSC-X054 



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NASA LOGO 

D-545 1 WS Fixed Base in Sl^uttle Mission Simulator (SMS) in 

Bldg. 5 au the Johnson Space Center in Houston, TX. 

E-146 2 CO Hand flipping switch. Zoom out to MWS Bill Shepherd on 
raiddeck of SMS. Shepherd climbs ladder up to flight 
deck of SMS. 

^ « 3 CU Shuttle Portable Onboard Computer (SPOC) screen. Zoom 

m out to MS of Jerry Ross working SPOC. Guy Gardner in 

pilots seat on forward flight deck. 

" 4 MS Shepherd looking at checklist. Pan to Ross and Mike 

Mullane going over checklists. 

•» 5 MS Gardner in pilot's seat. Pan back to Ross and Mullane 

on aft flight deck. 

« 6 MCU Hoot Gibson in commander's seat ot\ forward flight deck. 

" 7 MS Ross with checklist. Ross hands checklist to Mullane 

and then adjusts cameras from aft flight deck controls. 

8 MCU Over shoulder view of Gibson in commander's seat. 

9 MS Shepherd. Pan to Ross and Mullane on aft fit. deck 
controls . 

10 CU Mullane. 

11 MS Gardner with checklist. Pan back to Ross. 

12 MS Gardner flipping switches and reviewing checklist. Pan 
back to Ross and Mullane on aft fit. deck. 

13 CU T.V. monitor picture of payload bay doors closing. 

14 CU Ross 

15 CU T.V. monitor picture of payload bay doors closing. 



jsc-1054 STS-27 Crew De-Orblt Prep in SMS with Gibson, Shepherd Page 2 
Mullane, Ross and G. Gardner 



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E-146 16 MS Gardner 

" 17 CU Hand at controls on forward flight deck. Zoom out 

to MS of Gardner working controls. 

18 MS Ross and Mullane on aft fit deck. 

« 19 CU Over shoulder view of Gibson in commander's seat. 

" 20 MS Gardner and Ross. 

E-147 21 MCU Gibson working controls on fwd fit deck. 

M 22 MS Shepherd observing Gibson working in commander's seat. 

23 MS Shepherd and Mullane talking. Pan to Ross and Gibson 
on fwd fit deck. 

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SUPPORT CONTRACTOR JOB ORDER 



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B-0327 



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A6dC»ui»4TtWfl'eaDC Kid' 

07501CE11 - 05006 



CREW ESCAPE EQUIPMENT - VJSC 1056 



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Produce a 10 to 12 minute sound video with narration for the Man Systems Division on 
STS Crew Escape Equipment. Script research information will be provided by the Man 
Systems Division and its contractor Lockheed. Emphasis will be on the Crew Escape 
System and its components. Descriptions of the tractor rocket, pole, and slide 
systems should be included in the production. 

First Draft Script due: 04/13/88 
Delivery Date for Production: 04/29/88 
Point of Contact: Jim Barnett, X33624 



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04/05/88 



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04/29/88 



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TOTAL EST COST 



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NASA CONCURRENCE/ APPROVAL 



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atSfmOM CHIEF ^ 



TECHNICAL SUPERVISOR 



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'OlSTRiaUTION 

W. W. Robbins. P. Watson, 6. A. Morrison, J. M. Bishop. C. 0. Young, D. M. Balke, 



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CONff^ACTOH PROJECT NO. 



B-Q329/J$C 1067& JSC 1068 



ACCOUNTING CODE NO. 

07501CE11 - 0500E 



TITLE 

BUILDING 46 CONSTRUCTION 



Dt SCRIPT ION " ' ~ 

Produce two i6mm sound color films of the construction progress of Building 46, the 
Central Computing Facility, for the Facilities Design Division. Both films will use 
existing time lapse footage and will have descriptive narration. The first film will 
be approximately 10 minutes in length and will be used as a management briefing tool. 
The second film will be approximately 40-46 minutes in length and will be targeted 
towards -the project workers. 

JN will supply information for narration. Requestor and JN technical advisor for the 
film is Tom Conger/ JN-33205. 



RESOURCES REQUIRED 



EST CONTRACTOR MANHOUR REQUIREMENTS 



EST. BEGINNiNG DATE 



August 4, 1988 



DATE COMPLETED ISlGNATURE 



EST. COMPLETION DATE 

September 30, 1988 



EST MATERJAL COST 



TOTAL EST. COST 



$10,000.00 



CONTRACTOR COORDINATION 



NASA CONCURRENCE/APPROVAL 



SECTION SUPERVlSOn 



TECHNICAL H^bNITOR 



TECHNICAL SUPERVISOR 



PRQ^AM MANAGER 



OOlVISION CHIEf 



W. Robbins, P. Watson, G. A. Morrison, J. M. Bishop, G. R. Osborn, Editors, File 



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B-0329/JSC 1067& JSC 1068 

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ACCOUNTING C00£ NO. 

07501CE11 - 0500E 



BUILDING 46 CONSTRUCTION 

DfcSCRl!»TlON ^ " ' 

Produce two i6nim sound color films of the construction progress of Building 46, the 
Centra] Computing Facility, for the Facilities Design Division. Both films will use 
existing time lapse footage and will have descriptive narration. The first film will 
be approximately 10 minutes in length and will be used as a management briefing tool. 
The second film win be approximately 40-45 minutes in length and will be targeted 
towards -the project workers. 

JN will supply information for narration. Requestor and JN technical advisor for the 
film is Tom Conger/ JN-33205. 



RESOURCES REQUIRED 


SCHEDULE 


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August 4. 1988 September 30, 1988 


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$10,000.00 


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1 Landing phase-Air to Ground only "Can see Edwards 

from here" thru to wheels stop and CAPCOM "great ending 
to a hew beginning" 

2 Landing phase-Air to Ground with Mission Commentary 

and crowd (Is) "Discovery passing overhead" with sonic 
boom and cheers 

3 Commentary only-during landing phase 

4 Launch phase-from "launch team ready to proceed" (just 

prior to T-9 minute pickup) Air to Ground only. Launch 
go's with Engineering "good luck and God speed" thru 
to roll maneauver 

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6 Various crowd effects 

7 Helicopter (1-4) Pilots perspective 

8 Jet Helo (1-9) 

9 Helicopter 

10 Helicopter 

11 Helicopter (constant) 

12 Helicopter 

13 Go for TDRS deploy Air to Ground only Discovery; 

"good deployment Houston" 

14 Houston: Congratulations on a good deploy /Guam 

15 Houston: Aloha, from Hawaii— Congratulations on a good 

mission. . . 

16 VTR Playback cZ TDRS Deploy Discovery: "Pretty 

satellite. . . " 

17 Commentary from "go for deploy" thru deployment — 

backing orbiter away from satellite ... tilt table down 
and locked 

18 Commentary-Pinky reporting that he has activated 

middeck experiments 



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19 Commentary-looking at shot of crowd gathering 

20 Commentary-looking at 380,000 people at landing area- 

lairigest since STS-4... 

21 Commentary-crowd at landing site-Chuck Yeager, Vice 

President Bush, Fletcher 

22...... Congratulations on a great job... you made us all real 

proud. . .expect a great party on your return to Houston 

23 Commentary-Go to suit up— in suiting room 

24 Commentary In suit room-introduction of crew-putting on 

suits 

25 Commentary-Launch team leaving suiting room-now on way 

downstairs-group of wll wishers with crowd cheering-news 
media-crowds of people-entering Astrovan 

26 Commentary-Astrovan carrying crew. .. Kennedy parkway- 
going to pad 

27 Commentary-crowds and employees waving as van goes by 

28 Commentary-the astrovan now on the pad surface-Rick 

Hauck and Dick Covey first to go in White Room 

29 Crowd effects - // 

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SUPPORT CONTRACTOR JOB ORDER 


DATE CONT. GONTHOL MO 

12/13/88 


COM TH AC TOR " NASA CdNTftAif N6 

Media Services Corporation NAS 9-17690 


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CONROE COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT PROGRAM 1987 and 1988 - JSC 1092 



OtSCRIPTION 



Write and produce a 15 to 25 minute 16mrn, sound color motion picture highlighting the 
AP4 Education Office Conroe Community Involvement Program 1987 and 1988. The production 
should provide a short narrative and explaination of the program and include highlights 
of the meetings at JSC, the Chamber of Commerce. School Activities, and the parade. 

Final product will be released in both 16mm film and video tape (VHS/Umatic) , 



RESOURCES REQUIRED 


SCHEDULE 


EST CONTRACTOR MANHOUR REQUiREMENTS 


EST BEGINNING OATfc EST COMPCE TtO.^ DATE 

December 12, 1988 


EST MAlEHIAt COST tOTAL EST COST 

$10,000.00 


DATE COMPLETED SIGNATURE 


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W. W. Robbins, P. Watson, 6. A. Morrison, J. M. Bishop, M. D. Christ. Sound Department, 
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APPLICATION FOR MUSIC LICENSE 

License and Bill Jo: mt>{ ft ^9. e L7irf^ roPPr/l?RTI DM 
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JSC nOl - SONMY CARTER EVA FILM 

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Produce a 15 to 20 minute ISmn/sound film highlighting EVA training and mission footage. 
Narration and script will be provided by Astronauts Carter and Nelson. 

Provide four copies of the completed production to the Astronaut Office. 

Contact Sonny Carter/C8/X32726 for specific information on content. 



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£ST CONTRACTOR MANHOUR REQUIREMENTS 



EST. COMI»LETlON DATE 

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02/09/89 



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B-0346 A.Cohen Presentation to AIAA (JSC 1101) 

B-0406 Support to AP4 ( ) 



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Copies: Gary, Gayle, Danna, ACR 



SUBJECT/TITLE: JSC 1101 - Sonny Carter EVA Film 



REMARKS: Please edit a 15-20 minute ISmm/sound film highlighting EVA training 
and mission footage. Narration and script will be provided by 
Astronauts Carter and Nelson. Film will probably require sound 
effects and music. This film will replace the previously assigned 
silent clip - CL 1225. 



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BUILDING 9A/9B FILM PRODUCTION 



Write and produce a 20-30 minute 16nin/sound color motion picture production high- 
lighting the facilities and activities in Building 9A/9B. Narration should Include 
a general overview of 9A/9B with specific focus on the FFT, CCT, MDF, Air-Bearing 
Floor, and Space Station Mockup, Existing footage should be used where appropriate 
to illustrate activities. 

Contact is Jim Rippey/SP521/X36309. 



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JSC 1106 STS-29 CREW PRESENTATION 



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Provide support to produce a 16mm/sound film for use by the STS-29 crew during post- 
flight appearances. Editor should work directly with the STS-29 crew to determine spe- 
cific content. Crew will provide narration. 

Upon completion, provide the following to Lucy Lytwynsky/C8/X34910: 

9 16mm Film Prints 

8 1/2" VHS Videocassettes 

1 3/4" Videocassette 



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aspects of the Crew Health Care System. Completed productions will be used in a video 
format as part of an exhibit at the Aerospace Medical Association Conference. 

Each of the following aspects should be covered in a separate production: 

Exercise Countermeasures Project (JSC 1107) 
Environmental Health Systems (JSC 1108) 
Health Maintenance Facility (JSC 1109) 

Each production should be designed for use as a separate, stand-alone piece, as well as 
part of the series on the Crew Health Care System. 

Narrative for each production should include the followng: 

- General explanation of the Crew Health Care System 

- Operational Concerns 

- Requirements for Space Station Freedom 

- Ground Based Facilities 

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JSC 1107; JSC 1108; JSC 1109 - CREW HEALTH CARE SYSTEM PRODUCTIONS 



DESCRIPTION ' 

Write and produce three 5 to 10 minute 16fflm/ sound/col or motion pictures highlighting the 
aspects of the Crew Health Care System. Completed productions will be used in a video 
format as part of an exhibit at the Aerospace Medical Association Conference. 

Each of the following aspects should be covered in a separate production: 

Exercise Countermeasures Project (JSC 1107) 
Environmental Health Systems (JSC 1108) 
Health Maintenance Facility (JSC 1109) 

Each production should be designed for use as a separate, stand-alone piece, as well as 
part of the series on the Crew Health Care System. 

Narrative for each production should include the followng: 

- General explanation of the Crew Health Care System 

- Operational Concerns 

- Requirements for Space Station Freedom 

- Ground Based Facilities 

zjflic rog rav i ty .and ^1 G .Ha rdwa re 

JSC 1107: Date Completed: 08/02/89 
Editor: Chuck Welch 



JSC U08: Date Completed: 08/02/89 
Editor: Chuck Welch 

JSC 1109: Date Completed: 08/02/89 
Editor: Chuck Welch 



Gary A. Morrison, Project Manager 08/10/89 



Screen Time: 7:45 Minutes 
Length: 316 Feet 

Screen Time: 9:45 Minutes 
Length: 385 Feet 

Screen Time: 9:15 Minutes 
Length: 366 Feet 

Wm. W. Robbins, Technical Manage 



Manager Tlg/lO/fg 



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^ST COMPLETION DATE 

05/04/89 



{{EST BEGINNING DATE 



03/09/89 



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$12,000 



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07501CE11 0500E 



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Write and produce three 5 to 10 minute 16iiin/ sound/ col or motion pictures highlighting the 
aspects of the Crew Health Care System. Completed productions will be used in a video 
format as part of an exhibit at the Aerospace Medical Association Conference, 

Each of the following aspects should be covered in a separate production: 

Exercise Countermeasures Project (JSC 1107) 
Environmental Health Systems (JSC 1108) 
Health Maintenance Facility {JSC 1109) 

Each production should be designed for use as a separate, stand-alone piece, as well as 
part of the series on the Crew Health Care System. 

Narrative for each production should include the followng: 

- General explanation of the Crew Health Care System 

- Operational Concerns 

- Requirements for Space Station Freedom 

- Ground Based Facilities 

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EST 8EGINNING DATE 

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05/04/89 




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aspects of the Crew Health Care System. Completed productions will be used in a video 
format as part of an exhibit at the Aerospace Medical Association Conference. 

Each of the following aspects should be covered in a separate production: 

Exercise Countermeasures Project (JSC 1107) 
Environmental Health Systems (JSC 1108) 
Health Maintenance Facility (JSC 1109) 

Each production should be designed for use as a separate, stand-alone piece, as well as 
part of the series on the Crew Health Care System. 

Narrative for each production should include the followng; 

- General explanation of the Crew Health Care System 

- Operational Concerns 

- Requirements for Space Station Freedom 

- Ground Based Facilities 

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Editor: Chuck Welch 

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JSC 1109: Date Completed: 08/02/89 
Editor: Chuck Welch 

Gary A. Morrison, Project Manager 08/10/89 



Screen Time: 7:45 Minutes 
Length: 316 Feet 

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format as part of an exhibit at the Aerospace Medical Association Conference. 

Each of the following aspects should be covered in a separate production: 

Exercise Countermeasures Project (JSC 1107) 
Environmental Health Systems (JSC 1108) 
Health Maintenance Facility (JSC 1109) 

Each production should be designed for use as a separate, stand-alone piece, as well as 
part of the series on the Crew Health Care System. 

Narrative for each production should include the foUowng: 

- General explanation of the Crew Health Care System 

- Operational Concerns 

- Requirements for Space Station Freedom 

- Ground Based Facilities 

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Write and produce three 5 to 10 minute 16mm/ sound/col or motion pictures highlighting the 
aspects of the Crew Health Care System. Completed productions will be used in a video 
format as part of an exhibit at the Aerospace Medical Association Conference. 

Each of the following aspects should be covered in a separate production: 

Exercise Countermeasures Project (JSC 1107) 
Environmental Health Systems (JSC 1108) 
Health Maintenance Facility (JSC 1109) 

Each production should be designed for use as a separate, stand-alone piece, as well as 
part of the series on the Crew Health Care System. 

Narrative for each production should include the foUowng: 

- General explanation of the Crew Health Care System 

- Operational Concerns 

- Requirements for Space Station Freedom 

- Ground Based Facilities 

i.i!3iQCQ9C§vi^-§Q^-lQ,li§t!^i§Ct-- , — 



JSC 1107: Date Completed: 08/02/89 
Editor: Chuck Welch 

JSC 1108: Date Completed: 08/02/89 
Editor: Chuck Welch 

JSC 1109: Date Completed: 08/02/89 
Editor: Chuck Welch 



Screen Time: 7:45 Minutes 

Length: 316 Feet 

Screen Time: 9:45 Minutes 

Length: 385 Feet 

Screen Time: 9:15 Minutes 

Length: 366 Feet 



Gary A. Morrison, Project Manager 08/IU789 Wm 



m. W. Robbins, Technical Manage 



Manager 08/10/€ 9 



RESOURCES REOUIREO 



£ST CONTRACTOR MANHOUR REQUIREMENTS 



BEST 8EG»NNING date 



03/09/89 



EST COMPCETlON DATE 



EST MATERIAL COST 



TOTAL EST COST 



$12,000 



nOATE COMPLETED 



CONTRACTOR COOROJNATiON 



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05/04/89 



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