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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, 31 Minutes)
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, 46 Minutes)
A 1982 NASA film documenting the first four missions of the Space Transportation System's hero orbiter Columbia.
WE DELIVER (1983, 31 Minutes)
The first four manned missions of the space shuttle program are recounted and reviewed.
SPACE SHUTTLE COLUMBIA: THE SECOND FLIGHT (1983, 29 Minutes)
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.