FRANK HAWKS & "TIME FLIES" ON SPEED FLIGHT Aviator Frank Hawks takes his new plane "Time Flies" from National Airport in Washington, D.C. to LaGuardia Field, New York in 48 minutes. The new plane is able to reach speeds of 300 m.p.h.
TWO STILLS FROM THE EARLY HISTORY OF FLIGHT Two wonderful vintage stills from the early days of powered flight. A well-dressed woman sits at the controls of a classic early airplane. A very early biplane flies dangerously low over a city street.
FUSION III A bright blue flash on a computer screen represents a fusion / scientific reaction inside a reactor. Researchers and scientists inside a research space lab applaud and cheer after the success of an experiment. A 3D animated computer model shows a blue print draft of The International Thermo Nuclear Experimental Reactor (Iter). WS of a bright glowing sun at dusk, setting over a body of frozen water. Waves crash against a rocky, jagged shoreline. An aerial helicopter view shows the layout of a large industrial power plant in winter, snow partially covers the ground around the factory. A colorful animated model shows the interior design of a fusion powered reactor. A helicopter flies around a large wind turbine on the shores of lake Ontario.
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Date: January 30, 2003 - COLOR Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:02:53:00, With Audio
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