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The Beginning & The End Of America's First Manned Space Program - 3 Vintage Historical Films Packed Into One 90 Minute All Regions DVD!
FREEDOM 7 (1961, 28:17)
The filmed chronicle of America's first manned space flight, the Mercury-Redstone 3 suborbital mission flown by Alan Shepard on May 5, 1961. The mission objective was to determine a man's capability to perform basic space flight functions as well as perform such basic flight tasks such as manuever, telemetry and component reliability. Includes footage of events leading up to this historic event in addition to coverage of the 15 minute flight.
THE FLIGHT OF FAITH 7 (1963, 28:34)
Gordon Cooper's endurance-testing flight of Mercury-Atlas 9 on May 15, 1963. Its purpose was to push the Mercury space craft to its limits with a day long orbital mission. Tumbling through space with systems straining, a total of 22 1/2 orbits was achieved within the space of 1 day and 10 hours.
THE WORLD WAS THERE (1963, 28:59)
A moving and detailed review of the program, its achievements and its contribution to the following Gemini program and its ultimate contribution to the manned moon mission of the Apollo program.
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