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Four Films Documenting The Promise Of The Reusable Manned Orbiter Program During The Space Transportation System's Optimistic Early Years - Over 2 Hours Of Vintage Video On 1 All Regions DVD!
SPACE SHUTTLE - A REMARKABLE FLYING MACHINE (1981, 30:29)
The historic first mission of the reusable orbiter system, made by the Space Shuttle Columbia and told by a forward-looking NASA.
OPENING NEW FRONTIERS (1982, 45:13)
A 1982 NASA film documenting the first four missions of the Space Transportation System's hero orbiter Columbia.
WE DELIVER (1983, 30:29)
The first four manned missions of the space shuttle program are recounted and reviewed.
SPACE SHUTTLE COLUMBIA: THE SECOND FLIGHT (1983)
The space shuttle Columbia is here celebrated after its second mission for having brought aloft the first non-American astronaut, Ulf Merbold, and for having devoted itself entirely to the creation of Spacelab I, a mutual NASA/European Space Agency project intended to create a scientific research facility in space.
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