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Power for Progress (1965)

Hardin-Simmons University Library

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  •  Advancements in structure 
  •  Propellants and engines 
  •  Launch vehicle guidance hardware 
  •  Testing methods 
  •  Test facilities 
  •  Increased reliability in flight 
 
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Produced by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, this government film reports on launch vehicle technology. (Launch vehicles are rockets used to carry a payload into outer space.) The film divides its coverage into five subjects: structural advancements, the varied use of propellants and engines, guidance equipment, testing methods, and testing facilities. To conclude, the film illustrates how progress in design and development increased reliability in flight.
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