1958 SWIM SUITS A glimpse into the fashion future, swimwear inspired by the colors and flight of birds. The high points of the collection previewed in New York, a gold lame Bikini--price 1,000. The outfits are completed with wild hats - one featuring dice.
A-11 JET ON FIRST PUBLIC FLIGHT The sleek 90-foot U.S. Air Force A-11 interceptor jet is taken on its first public flight at Edwards Air Force Base, California. The jet and its pilots dressed in silver flight suits look like something straight out of science fiction. PLEASE NOTE: VIDEO & AUDIO OF NEWS ANCHORS & REPORTERS IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR LICENSING.
ASTRONAUTS REPAIR HUBBLE SPACE TELESCOPE Astronauts John M. Grunsfeld and Richard Linnehan update the equipment on the solar panel wings of the Hubble space telescope, enabling the satellite to use all of its scientific instruments simultaneously for the first time since the spacecraft was put into orbit in 1990.
PLEASE NOTE: VIDEO & AUDIO OF NEWS ANCHORS & REPORTERS IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR LICENSING.
Date: March 2, 2002 - COLOR Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:00:37:00, With Audio
AUTOPILOT LANDS PLANE - HD During a flight to test an automatic landing system, the pilot hits some switches in the cockpit and removes his hands from the controls. Inside the cabin, some passengers watch the procedure as it takes place, on a monitor. Probably in the U.K., where the technology under development was close to completion.
Date: December 9, 1964 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:01:08:00, No Audio
AVIATOR TESTS FIRST FLIGHT PRESSURE SUIT Aviation pioneer Wiley Post makes the first practical advances in pressurized flying as he tests the world’s first pressure suit reaching an altitude of 40,000 feet.
BALLOONIST MAKES HIGHEST ASCENT, LONGEST JUMP From the New Mexico desert, Air Force balloonist Captain Joseph Kittenger, Jr. ascends 19 1/2 miles in an open gondola balloon the highest non-powered flight ever, and returns to earth with a fall of 16 miles before opening his chute, another remarkable record. NOTE: Reporter voice-over requires additional clearances.
DISAPPOINTED GEMINI 6 SPACE CREW - 1965 Disappointed astronauts Walter M. Schirra and Thomas P. Stafford are helped out of their Gemini 6 space capsule following the failure of an Atlas-Agena rocket fired in the first part of the mission. The astronauts had planned to dock with the rocket in space.
Date: October 25, 1965 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:01:16:00, No Audio
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