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NASASciFiles - Moon Phases (2004)
NASA Sci Files segment explaining the phases of the moon and how they are created.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Sci Files; Gravity; Craters; Meteors; Astroids; Water; Earth; Moon; Moon Phases; Illuminations; Revolve; New Moon; Full Moon; First Quarter; Third Quarter; Sun; Lunar Phases; Axis; Apollo; Tides; Beach; Gravitational Pull; Oceans; Century;
Duration: 00:03:35
Popularity (downloads): 3386
 
NASA Connect - RTTS - Work and Energy (2003)
First segment of Rocket to the Stars defines work and energy using the concepts of force, motion, distance, mass, height, and gravity. The work and energy segment covers the Gravitational...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Connect; Rocket to the Stars; Energy; Work; Force; Distance; Motion; Joule; Potential energy; Kinetic energy; KE: Gravitational Potential Energy; GPE; Conversation of energy;
Duration: 00:13:41
Popularity (downloads): 1158
 
[Amateur film: Dog Cart] (1947)
Two unhappy-looking dogs, sporting an American flag, pull a dog cart and its juvenile cargo.

Genre: Ephemeral
Keywords: Animals: Dogs; Transportation: Dog carts; Children;
Duration: 00:23:00
Popularity (downloads): 526
 
NASASciFiles - The Moon (2004)
NASA Sci Files segment exploring the moon and how life in an extreme environment would be different.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Sci Files; Moon; Atmosphere; Gravity; Zero Gravity; Space Suit; Extreme Environment; Boiling Temperature; Air Pressure; Celcius; Oxygen; Gravitational Force; Jupiter;
Duration: 00:02:33
Popularity (downloads): 1429
 
NASA Connect - WATMTG - Microgravity (2004)
NASA Connect segment explaining microgravity and how the concepts of measurement and graphing help understand microgravity.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Connect; Micro; Mikros; Microgravity; Measurement; Graphing; Ratios; Moon; Earth; Distance; Gravitational Acceleration; Number; Unit; Time; Velocity;
Duration: 00:06:49
Popularity (downloads): 1667
 
NASAWhy?Files - Living In Space (2002)
NASA Why? Files segment exploring the history of humans living in space and the steps astronauts have taken to adapt to the environment of space.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Why? Files; Astronauts; Environment; Gravity; Outer Space; Microgravity; Earth; NASA; Gravitational Force;
Duration: 00:02:01
Popularity (downloads): 1416
 
NASASciFiles - Tides and Waves (2004)
First segment of the Ocean Odyssey describes tides and waves and how they are created by the gravitational forces of the sun and moon.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA SciFiles; The Ocean Odyssey; Tides; Waves; Oceans; Gravity; How Are Waves Created; How Are Tides Created;
Duration: 00:03:13
Popularity (downloads): 1444
 
NASADestinationTomorrow - DT15 - Aerobraking (2004)
NASA Destination Tomorrow Segment exploring the function of aerobraking and how this helps reduce costs and create more room in aircraft.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Destination Tomorrow; Aerobraking; Spacecraft; Air Travel; Space Shuttle; Gravitational Field; Earth; Thrusters; Accelerate; Decelerate; Science Instruments; Atmospheric Drag; Fuel Efficient; Planet; Aerospace Engineer; Eliptical Orbit; Magellan; Venus; Mars; Global Surveyor; Oddessy; Aerocapture; Aeroshell;
Duration: 00:07:36
Popularity (downloads): 1673
 
The serenaders (1902)
Opens on a stage set of a two-story brick building. Two street serenaders in rather shabby clothes stand outside the building, one playing a trombone and the other what appears...

Genre: Historical
Keywords: Courtship--United States--Drama; Street music and musicians--United States--Drama; Trombonists--United States--Drama; Clarinetists--United States--Drama; Women--United States--Drama; Silent films; Comedies; Vaudeville; Shorts;
Duration: 00:00:26
Popularity (downloads): 957
 
Hidden Fury, segment 07 of 11 (1993)
The geologic history of the New Madrid Earthquake Zone is explained

Genre: Documentary
Keywords: Earthquakes;Computers;
Duration: 00:04:08
Popularity (downloads): 500
 

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