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1970s: UNITED STATES: scientists at mission control of NASA. Astronauts on surface of moon 1970s: UNITED STATES: view of Earth from moon. Astronaut on space walk. Astronaut connects self to capsule UNITED STATES: 1960s: moon UNITED STATES: 1960s: hands pick up model of space research vehicle. Finger points to model. UNITED STATES: 1960s: men kneel on ground to discuss space module components UNITED STATES: 1960s: men work at height above space module during design and development UNITED STATES: 1960s: man adjusts monitor screen in lab. UNITED STATES: 1960s: photos on board. Man holds board with photos of building and car park. UNITED STATES 1950s:  An animation of a capsule orbiting around a rotationg axis. UNITED STATES 1950s:  A long shot of a capsule moving through the atmosphere.  The image of a rocket spiraling through the atmosphere is superimposed on this image. UNITED STATES 1950s:  A solar flare near an active sun spot. A close up of solar flares as they shoot past stars. UNITED STATES 1950s:  An illustrated dotted line marks the path of a space vehicle in the atmosphere.  Two arrows show gravity UNITED STATES 1950s:  A galactic perspective of the Earth 1960s:  Satellite and aerial point to the sky. Men stand next to satellite and aerial. Plane flies in sky. Plane carries smaller jet. Plane moves forward in sky 1960s: Illustrated images moves anti-clockwise. Illustrated images of busy people 1960s: Animated images of mountainous terrain. Rocky land, Flat land, 1960s: Rocket lands on planet. Rocket flies away from planet. Rocket flies in space UNITED STATES: 1960s: mechanical movement of rocket component. Man stands next to rocket. Animation of rocket. UNITED STATES: 1960s: rocket takes off into sky. UNITED STATES: 1960s: launch pad at night. Rocket prepares for take off UNITED STATES 1960s: Slow motion, rocket launching / Dissolve, close up of engines firing / Rocket launching / Close up, rocket separating from pad / Equipment lifting.
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