Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Sign in | Create Account

"The Apollo 4 Mission" (1967)

This 1967 film depicts the preparation, launch and recovery of the successful flight of the first seven and one-half million pound-thrust Saturn Five vehicle with the Apollo spacecraft. The actual course of the flight is portrayed through animation. Included is color photography from inside the Saturn rings and spectacular views of the earth from an altitude of 11,000 miles. MIT is noted as one of the many research institutes across the country that contributed vitally to these accomplishments. Produced by NASA. MIT Museum Collections. [T27854]

Comments (0)

It looks like no one has posted a comment yet. You can be the first!

You need to log in, in order to post comments. If you don’t have an account yet, sign up now!

From The Vault

From The Vault

Category: General | Updated 9 months ago

Created
January 11, 2011 12:13
Category
License
All Rights Reserved (What is this?)
Additional Files


Viewed
4811 times

More from From The Vault

20th Killian Award Lecture (1992) - Noam Chomsky, "Language: The Cognitive Revolutions"

20th Killian Award Lecture (1992) -...

Added almost 4 years ago | 01:39:00 | 19051 views

MIT-EECS Colloquium Series: Eric Grimson presents Image-Guided Surgery (1995)

MIT-EECS Colloquium Series: Eric Gr...

Added over 3 years ago | 01:07:00 | 8496 views

Dr. Amar G. Bose - Last lecture of Fall '95 Acoustics Course

Dr. Amar G. Bose - Last lecture of ...

Added almost 4 years ago | 01:01:00 | 12763 views

MIT Experimental Music Studio (c. 1973)

MIT Experimental Music Studio (c. 1...

Added almost 4 years ago | 00:18:14 | 8579 views |

"The Birth of Time-Shared Computing" (1985) - Robert Fano

"The Birth of Time-Shared Computing...

Added almost 4 years ago | 01:31:00 | 8637 views

"Computer For Apollo" (1965) - Science Reporter TV Series

"Computer For Apollo" (1965) - Scie...

Added over 3 years ago | 00:29:20 | 15917 views |