Developing Project Apollo

4.67 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)

$19.99

1-DVD collection of films surrounding the development of the Apollo spacecraft. A great addition to the story of Apollo.

Region 0 (worldwide) – Running time over 3.5 hours

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Product Description

We hold a certain fascination with how Apollo was developed. Just as with any other program, there were initial ideas that weren’t developed, methods and hardware abandoned. Seeing these rare programs gives us an insight we love – especially since we know how it all turned out. 
Apollo Reentry Simulation
1962
Apollo Spacecraft Status Report #1
1964
A Year of Development Testing
1965
Apollo Lunar Mission Profile
1965
Manned Spaceflight: Apollo/Saturn – The Use for Science and Applications
1965
Manned Spaceflight: A Year of Flight Qualifications
1967
Apollo Lunar Mission Update
1967
Apollo Applications
1967
Apollo In Perspective
1968
U.S. Manned Spaceflight: A Triumph for Teamwork
1969

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Weight .3 lbs

3 reviews for Developing Project Apollo

  1. 5 out of 5

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    Stefan Pettersson (Gothenburg, ) 1/3/2011 8:44 PM
    well this is realy somthing! I realy likt it,as jou sad, its realy intresting how things turn out! I must recomend this too, all spaceprograms fans! O,i forgott keep up the good work!!!

  2. 5 out of 5

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    Great dvd
    Robert Soragna (Arezzo, Tuscany) 4/21/2010 7:56 AM
    This is a great dvd showing how the Apollo project was put together and how the rockets/ships were built. I found it fascinating material for the space fan. A definite MUST.

  3. 4 out of 5

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    Rare NASA Apollo Films
    (Unknown) 9/7/2009 9:43 PM
    This DVD is packed with lots of interesting films from the NASA archives. Many images of things I have not seen before. Some of the films have animations that are crude but in a way, comical, compared to what can be done today. Many scenes of the various manufacturing processes, as well as what could have been. If you like the design and construction of space systems, you should consider getting this video. About half black and white, half color.

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