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NASAWhy?Files - Neutral Bouyancy (2002)
NASA Why? Files segment explaining neutral bouyancy and how NASA scientist simulate a weightless environment in a laboratory.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Why? Files; Water; Astronauts; Training; Environment; Weightlessness; Space Walk; International Space Station; Hubble Space Telescope; Neutral Bouyancy; Laboratory; Orbit; Space Suit;
Duration: 00:02:59
Popularity (downloads): 1972
 
ABCs of Walking Wisely (1959)
Illustrates how people walk in streets like the alphabet. Shows among others the G-Walker, who doesn't look where he's going but says 'Gee, look at that,' the Y-Walker, who says...

Genre: Ephemeral
Keywords:
Duration: 00:10:03
Popularity (downloads): 363
 
The Information Periscope “l-steer” (1998)
Video demonstration from the 1998 CHI conference. This video demonstrates a prototype of the information periscope “I-steer”, which is designed for browsing video information in public spaces. I-steer has...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; dynamic Interaction; Spatial Navigational System; public space; mechanical design; interface design; product design
Duration: 00:04:51
Popularity (downloads): 565
 
Space Works 6, complete video (1986)
Three different space activities are highlighted: (1) exploratory mission to Mars, (2) remote infrared sensing equipment, (3) shuttle astronauts eating, sleeping, and working in space.

Genre: Documentary
Keywords: NASA;Space;
Duration: 00:29:09
Popularity (downloads): 1809
 
Space Works 5, complete video (1986)
Six topics are discussed: (1) Unistik Vehicle Controller to help the handicapped, (2) the world's most powerful computer, (3) a plane which changes the shape of its wings during flight,...

Genre: Documentary
Keywords: NASA;Space;
Duration: 00:29:49
Popularity (downloads): 1609
 
NASAWhy?Files - Space Suits (2002)
NASA Why? Files segment exploring how space suits work and how they are designed.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Why? Files; Astronauts; Extreme Temperature; Space Suit; Radiation; Protection; Outer Space; Air Pressure; Long Johns; Maximum Absorbency Garment; Iterative Process; Gloves; Space Station;
Duration: 00:02:22
Popularity (downloads): 2937
 
NASA Connect - ISS - Space Station Parts (2001)
NASA Connect segment explaining each components of the International Space Station and how these parts work together.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Connect; International Space Station; Components; Solar Arrays; Thermal Radiators; Robotic Arm; Attitude Control Thrusters; Truss; Photovoltaic Arrays; Space Shuttle; Orbit; Russian Space Agency; European Space Agency; Japanese Space Agency; Canadian Space Agency; Zarya; Unity; Bridge Module; Service Module;
Duration: 00:04:25
Popularity (downloads): 2294
 
NASADestinationTomorrow - DT20 - Space Shuttle Program (2005)
Third segment of episode 20 contains the Retrospective segment which describes the development and history of reusable vehicles for space. The Space Shuttle Program covers the history, testing, and achievements...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Destination Tomorrow; Brad Breckenridge; Reusable Space Vehicles; Kera O'Bryon; Space Shuttle; Enterprise; Episode 20; DT20;
Duration: 00:05:17
Popularity (downloads): 1762
 
NASASciFiles - How Things Fly (2003)
NASA Sci Files segment explaining how competition and collaboration have advanced our frontiers in air and space.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: Wright Flyer; Spirit of St. Louis; Charles Lindbergh; Air And Space Museum; Dailey; Competition; Space Race; International Space Station; How Things Fly; Roll; Pitch; Yaw; Elevator; Rudder; Aileron;
Duration: 00:02:14
Popularity (downloads): 2114
 
NASADestinationTomorrow - DT6 - Space Capsule Design (2004)
NASA Destination Tomorrow Segment describing how Dr. Maxime Faget's space capsule design helped launch the United States into the Space Age.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: Retrospective; Brad Breckenridge; Space Capsule; Dr. Maxime Faget; Alan Shepard; Mercury;
Duration: 00:03:37
Popularity (downloads): 1421
 

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