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Space Age Sound Effects (Reel A) Each excerpt identified by brief introductory narrative. 1. Explorer-I telemetry. 2. Explorer-X telemetry. 3. Pegasus telemetry. 4. Interplanetary Monitoring Platform (IMP). 5. Orbiting Solar Observatory. 6. Orbiting Geophysical Observatory (OGO). 7. Tiros weather satellite T / M. 8. Nimbus satellite telemetry. 9. E...

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November 9, 1967
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Track A (21:36) is the launch of Apollo-4, the first launch of the Saturn-V, wild sound, from the press site. November 9, 1967, T-15 minutes and counting. Tape pause resumes at T-13:55 and counting with the announcement of prechilling the engine of the SIVB. Tape pauses and resumes at T-3 minutes. The count continues. Launch. There is the roar of t...

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Apollo 11 PAO (Public Affairs Office) Loop. This tape starts 3:12 before lunar lift off. Crew runs through their check list. Countdown and lunar lift off. Buzz Aldrin and the PAO narrate the lift off. Interruption and resumption at 10:56. Continuing ascent with 1 minute left in the burn. Shut down of the ascent engine. Preparing for Lunar Orbit Ren...

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January 29, 1964
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Blockhouse 37 during the launch of SA-5, January 29, 1964. SA-5 was the first launch of the Block II Saturn I rocket. Starts at around T-00:24:00 through launch, staging, comments on the picture from the television camera onboard the S-IV, worries about camera pod ejection, engine cutoff on schedule.

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October 18, 1963
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New Astronauts Press Conference - Introduction of 14 New Astronauts at University of Houston, Texas, October 18, 1963. Donald K. "Deke" Slayton introduces the program. Explanation of the selection criteria and the selection process: 500 military pilots, 71 were recommended; 225 civilian pilots, 65 were recommended; 34 were interviewed, six dropped ...

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