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A Spaceship Landed on Earth (1977)
Industrial film reporting on the Approach and Landing Tests of the Space Shuttle Enterprise
Apollo 11 (1970)
KPRC-TV news segment looking back at Apollo 11 a year after the historic lunar landing and introducing fu...
Collins Radio Company (1971)
Industrial film profiling Collins Radio Company
Highlights 1969
NASA government film reviewing progress made by the American space program during 1969, including four ma...
Interview with Astronaut Sally Ride and STS-7
Raw footage for an episode of KPRC-TV’s The Kid Show, including an interview with Sally Ride and NASA cov...
Look Out
Industrial film that stresses how the space program serves as a tool for the management and preservation ...
Manned Space Flight Progress Report, No. 28 - January-April 1970
NASA government film covering the aborted Apollo 13 lunar mission and preparations for Skylab, the first ...
Manned Space Flight Progress Report, No. 29 - May-August 1970
NASA government film about objectives of the future Skylab program and preparations for the final four Ap...
Manned Space Flight Quarterly Report No. 24, January-March 1969
Government film reporting on the status of the Apollo Applications Program and preparations for Apollos 1...
Manned Space Flight Quarterly Report, No. 27 - October-December 1969
Government film reporting on the success of Apollo 12 and designs for the Integrated Program Plan
Manned Space Flight Quarterly Report No. 26, July-September 1969
Government film reporting on the success of Apollo 11, the first lunar-landing mission, and preparations ...
The Parish Family Collection - Houston Zoo and Robert Crippen Parade (1981)
Home movie of a visit to the Houston Zoo and a parade honoring NASA astronaut Robert Crippen following th...
The Williams Family Collection - Visit to John F. Kennedy Space Center (1984)
Home movie of the museum exhibits at Kennedy Space Center in Florida
Your Two Cents Worth (1971)
Industrial film weighing the benefits of space exploration against its cost to the American taxpayer
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