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NASASciFiles - Propulsion Systems (2004)
NASA Sci Files segment explaining propulsion systems, how they work, and what they do.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Sci Files; Solar System; Propulsion System; Space Radiation; Bone Mass; Chemical Rockets; Spaceship; Gases; Plasma; Magnetic Field; Exhaust; Energy; Heat; Electricity; Nuclear Power; Fusion; Thermonuclear Reaction; Technology;
Duration: 00:02:48
Popularity (downloads): 1934
 
NASASciFiles - Radiation, Spacecraft Materials and Propulsion (2004)
In the third segment of the Case of the Great Space Exploration the tree detectives learn about the types of space radiation, new materials to create spacecrafts and propulsion systems...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Sci Files; The Great Space Exploration; Biology; Propulsion; Spacecraft Material; Radiation;
Duration: 00:17:06
Popularity (downloads): 717
 
NASA Connect - WFS - Propulsion In Space (2004)
NASA Connect segment exploring how NASA is researching to design, build and test a new propulsion technology that uses magnetism, electricity, and tethers instead of rocket engines.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Connect; Magnetism; Electricity; Design; Research; Rocket; Propulsion; Spacecraft; Tether; Magnetic Field; Icarus; Attitude; Mass;
Duration: 00:03:56
Popularity (downloads): 1945
 
ACM CHI 2000 - The Cubic Mouse: A new device for Three-dimensional input (1999)
They have developed a new input device that allows users to intuitively specify three-dimensional coordinates in graphics applications. The device consists of a cube-shaped box with three perpendicular rods passing...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; two-handed interaction; user interface hardware; virtual reality ;
Duration: 00:03:35
Popularity (downloads): 542
 
ACM CHI 1992 Issue 76 - MMM Multi-Device Multi-User Multi-Editor (1992)
The Multi-Device Multi-User Multi-Editor (MMM) is a set of toy editors that support simultaneous real-time collaboration with fine-grained sharing including simultaneous access to the same text string or graphical object....

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; Multimedia; Multi-user; Multi-editor; Multi-device;
Duration: 00:06:55
Popularity (downloads): 420
 
NASA Connect - XPG - Computation and Propulsion (2004)
NASA Connect segment explaining different energy sources. The video also explores how engineers use computation.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Connect; Energy; Computation; Engineer; Propulsion; Force; Gravity;
Duration: 00:01:05
Popularity (downloads): 1442
 
NaviPoint: An Input Device for Mobile Information Browsing (1998)
Video Figure from CHI 1998 Paper. Author(s): Kiyokuni Kawachiya & Hiroshi Ishikawa

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; input device; information browsing; user interface; PDAs;hand-held devices; mobile computing
Duration: 00:02:47
Popularity (downloads): 462
 
Cutting and canaling ice (1902)
The camera shows what appears to be a frozen-over lake on which men are driving teams of horses pulling a device similar to a plow. The second camera position shows...

Genre: Historical
Keywords: Ice industry; Actuality--Shorts;
Duration: 00:01:42
Popularity (downloads): 463
 
Train taking up mail bag, U.S.P.O. (1903)
The subject of this Postal Department documentary is "snatching" the mail bag from the suspended post by the railroad mail clerk. As the film begins, a man climbs the steps...

Genre: Historical
Keywords: Railway mail service; Actuality--Shorts;
Duration: 00:00:57
Popularity (downloads): 740
 
NASA Connect - RTTS - Advanced Space Propulsion Tech (2003)
Fourth segment of Rocket to the Stars describes a new rocket propulsion technology called Variable Specific Impluse Magnetoplasma Rocket or VASIMR for short.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Connect; Rocket to the Stars; Dr. Franklin Chang-Diaz; VASIMR; Variable Specific Impulse; Magnetoplasma Rocket; Plasma; States of Matter;
Duration: 00:05:27
Popularity (downloads): 850
 

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