BUILDING OF TELSTAR SATELLITE 1960's scientists examining a Telstar satellite in a lab. 60's aeronautics machinery visible in the background. CU of a screwdriver tightening one of the satellite's panels. Spectacular overhead shot of rotating Telstar satellite.
SPACE SHUTTLE LAUNCH Space shuttle launched from launch pad, shown from a distance. ECU low angle of the fueling rockets as the shuttle ascends. Higher angle of the rocket ascending. Great glowing rocket explosion and smoke. "United States" logo on the shuttle as it lifts off. Picturesque view of the shuttle rising into a cloudy sky.
Date: 1980s - COLOR Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:00:34:00, No Audio
PAUL GARBER EXPLAINS ENGINE COWLINGS Senior historian and curator of the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum explains how an award for the greatest accomplishments in aeronautics was won by the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics for their work with engine cowlings on airplanes. CU's on the engine cowlings of airplanes including the Spirit of St Louis.
Date: 1967 - COLOR Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:01:49:00, With Audio
ROCKET LAUNCH FOR TELSTAR 1960's rocket launch pad. Men wearing helmets working at night with bright lights. The rocket and launch pad at night, dramatically lit from below. The rocket is launched amongst heavy smoke. Camera tilts upward, following the launching rocket move skyward. The rocket disappears in the glow of its burning propulsion
HERBERT HOOVER HONORS AUTOGYRO - 1930S President Herbert Hoover: "On behalf of the National Aeronautic Association, it gives me great pleasure to present to you and your associates the [?] trophy for your development and demonstration of the practical ability of the Autogyro."
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