Neil Armstrong being suited up.
Credit: NASA/National Archives/Inside Outer Space Screengrab 

 

 

Help wanted: Within the archival film holdings from NASA at the National Archives, you will find a treasure trove of video relating to the space agency’s space flight programs, including Mercury, Gemini, Apollo, Skylab, and the joint United States-Soviet Union program, Apollo-Soyuz.

Media briefing of Apollo 1 crew: Grissom, White and Chaffee.
Credit: NASA/National Archives/Inside Outer Space Screengrab 

 

 

Meticulous steps

This incredible series of films includes footage of rigorous training exercises, mock run-throughs, launches, parachute and spacecraft recovery, and other astronaut activities, all detailing the meticulous steps involved in mission preparation and space exploration.

 

Make records more searchable

Help tag descriptive details within these NASA films relating to space flight programs.

You can tag names of astronauts, locations, launches, and even machinery and equipment shown within each film.

Every tag helps makes these records more searchable.

 

 

To view these unique videos, go to:

https://catalog.archives.gov/search?q=*:*&f.oldScope=(descriptions%20or%20online)&f.tagsKeywordsAdv=nasa-sfp-tg1&SearchType=advanced

NOTE: “Citizen Archivists” must register for a free user account in order to contribute to the National Archives Catalog. We encourage you to read our Citizen Contribution Policy. Register now.

Go to:

https://www.archives.gov/citizen-archivist/registerandgetstarted

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