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Project Apollo (1967)

Hardin-Simmons University Library

Sound | 1967

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  •  About the Saturn V Second Stage, or S-II 
  •  Closer look at the Apollo spacecraft 
  •  Designing the Command/Service Module 
  •  NASA performs the first Apollo-Saturn V mating and rollout 
  •  Unmanned Apollo flights begin 
 
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Produced by North American Aviation for screening at the 1967 Paris Air Show, this industrial film overviews the manufacturing of the Saturn V launch vehicle. Detailing the rocket’s construction down to the types of welds used, the film covers the production and testing of Saturn V stages, bulkheads, fuel tanks, and boosters. Beyond the Saturn V launch vehicle itself, this film also explains many of the processes, techniques and materials used and developed to build components of an Apollo spacecraft and its Command/Service Module.