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NASASciFiles - Seismographs (2002)
NASA Sci Files segment exploring how seismographs work and what they do.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Sci Files; Vibration; Earth; Crust; Seismograph; Inertia; Newton; Vertical Motion; Horizontal Motion;
Duration: 00:02:14
Popularity (downloads): 1766
 
NASAKSNN - How Do Space Shuttles Blast Off (2005)
How Do Space Shuttles Blast Off? This segment describes the physics behind shuttle blast offs.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Kids Science News Network; KSNN; Bianca; Newton's Third Law of Motion; Space Shuttle; Take off; Blast off;
Duration: 00:00:30
Popularity (downloads): 1883
 
NASA Connect - PSA - Microgravity (2004)
NASA Connect Segment exploring the aspects of microgravity and how it affects objects in space. Explores object motion and friction and tests the PSA prototype in accordance with these forces.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Connect; Gravity; Personal Satellite Assistant; Friction; Newton; International Space Station;
Duration: 00:03:52
Popularity (downloads): 1149
 
NASA Connect - FoF - Launch Gravity (2003)
NASA Connect Segment explaining how launch vehicles overcome the force of gravity through the force of thrust.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Connect; Jennifer Pulley; Dan Geroe; Zach; Cassie; Jen; Seema; Robert Goddard; Rocket; Shuttle; Launch; Gravity; Mass; Force; Newton; Newton's First Law; Balanced Forces; Action; Reaction; Thrust; Free Fall; Microgravity; Ratio; SLI; Space Launch Ini
Duration: 00:07:31
Popularity (downloads): 1740
 
Alchemist In Hollywood, The (Part II) (1940)
Explains chemical processes used in the motion picture laboratory. Diagrams and demonstrations of exposure, photochemical reactions, development, and printing. Photographer: Shirley Burden. Sound Recording: Bernard B. Brown.

Genre: Ephemeral
Keywords: Motion pictures: Laboratories; Chemistry; Motion pictures: Production;
Duration: 00:13:47
Popularity (downloads): 325
 
Alchemist In Hollywood, The (Part I) (1940)
Explains chemical processes used in the motion picture laboratory. Diagrams and demonstrations of exposure, photochemical reactions, development, and printing. Photographer: Shirley Burden. Sound Recording: Bernard B. Brown.

Genre: Ephemeral
Keywords: Motion pictures: Laboratories; Chemistry; Motion pictures: Production;
Duration: 00:14:35
Popularity (downloads): 364
 
Human Grace (1952)
Male and female gymnasts from different countries competing in an Olympic stadium, shown in realtime and slow motion. Possibly reedited from Leni Riefenstahl's film OLYMPIA (1936). Narrator: John Kieran.

Genre: Ephemeral
Keywords: Sports: Gymnastics; Motion pictures: Slow motion; Germany;
Duration: 00:09:27
Popularity (downloads): 516
 
Murder on the Screen (1958)
Tracking down those responsible for damaging motion picture film.

Genre: Ephemeral
Keywords: Motion pictures: Conservation;
Duration: 00:21:21
Popularity (downloads): 267
 
16mm Motion Picture Projector: Operating Techniques, The (1961)
Training film for military projectionists

Genre: Ephemeral
Keywords: Motion pictures: Projection;
Duration: 00:20:43
Popularity (downloads): 538
 
16mm Motion Picture Projector: Care and Maintenance, The (1961)
Training film for military projectionists

Genre: Ephemeral
Keywords: Motion pictures: Projection;
Duration: 00:20:40
Popularity (downloads): 812
 

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