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NASADestinationTomorrow - Episode 9



NASA Destination Tomorrow Video containing five segments as described below. NASA Destination Tomorrow Segment describing NASA's new Helios aircraft that is remotely piloted to fly at high altitudes. The segment explains how the Helios is a type of satellite to collect a variety of information in the atmosphere. NASA Destination Tomorrow Segment exploring the history of the Gemini project that was instrumental in getting man to the moon. NASA Destination Tomorrow Segment describing how NASA scientists are trying to reduce noise created by aircraft. The segment describes some of the equipment and technology in use in laboratories to reduce noise levels. NASA Destination Tomorrow Segment exploring how NASA scientists are using space technology to fight cancer by using a new device called a Smart Probe. NASA Destination Tomorrow Segment describing spacesuit design and how modern suits have adapted with time.                                              
 
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Video Information
Year: 2003
Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Destination Tomorrow; Helios; Pilot; Atmosphere; Satellite; Solar; Altitudes; Ultralite Composite Materials; Weather; Telecommunications; Project Gemini; Moon; Space Flight; Procedures; Training; Mercury Program; Space Mission; Apollo Program; Lunar Orbit; Noise; Noise Reduction; Quiet Aircraft Technology; Acoustics; Exhaust; Turbulence; Slats; Flaps; Landing Gear; Environment; Pollution; Fan Blade; Smart Probe; Early Detection; Breast Cancer; Technology; Malignant; Biopsy; Ultrasound; Benign; Surgery; Space Suits; Radiation; Envirnoment; Temperature; Design; Nylon; Polyester; Thermos; Vacuum; Pressure;
Duration: 00:28:33
Color: Yes
Sound: Yes
Amount of Motion: Low
Language: English
Sponsor: NASA
Contributing Organization: NASA
Transcript Available: No

Digitization Information
Digitization Date: 2004
Digitizing Organization: Open Video

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