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NASA Archival Flight Footage – Now Released

July 25, 2017 in News

I saw this posted in one of my blog feeds yesterday, and thought I’d pass it along. NASA has basically posted up (or is in the process of completing the postings) of over 500 new videos of archival historical flight footage. Here’s a quote from the article about it:

“If you’re not hours deep already into the NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center’s YouTube channel, you ain’t living. Especially now that the agency has uploaded a slew of new archival footage that was previously tucked away in a remote part of the internet. It’s a fascinating glimpse into the wild west of aerospace experimentation and the history of humanity’s excursions into space.”

Here’s the link to the YouTube channel. Enjoy!

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4 responses to NASA Archival Flight Footage – Now Released

  1. Good Stuff….! And I wasn’t aware the place changed their name from Dryden to Armstrong – thanks for posting.

  2. Thanks for the heads-up, Greg. I’ll have to look this up!

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