Konrad, Klaus, Ingeborg, and Betty Dannenberg and little George visit Cape Canaveral. On the film they are shown touring the NASA spaceflight facilities here, driving past a number of launching vehicles and pads. The film wraps up by showing a plaque commemorating the success of the Mercury spaceflight program. Fall 1967.
Konrad, Klaus, Ingeborg, and Betty Dannenberg and little George visit Cape Canaveral. This film shows them touring the vehicle assembly building (VAB). Shown is the drive up to the building, a bit of outside footage, and then the inside of the building, although this didn't come out very well due to poor lighting. Konrad Dannenberg's note on the film box reads, "Cape Kennedy visit / Car trip to the VAB, the LUT - inside inspection of VAB (inside shots are very dark!)." 1967.
Konrad Dannenberg goes to see one of the later Apollo flights liftoff from Cape Canaveral, Florida. This film contains a lot of shots of the spectator gallery as well as the lauch and disappearance of the Saturn V launching vehicle. 1969.
The Dannenbergs travel down to Daytona Beach, Florida, to see the launch of Apollo 15. The first half shows the resort and Ingeborg sitting by the beach. The second half shows the drive to the launch facility in Cape Canaveral, Florida and the traffic they find upon arrival. 1971.
Konrad Dannenberg tours the visitor stand for the launch of Apollo 15. Of paticular note is a scale model the is on display showing a cross-section of the Skylab space station, as well as brief shots of the Saturn V launcher and the Vehicle Assembly Building. 1971.
Ingeborg and Konrad get ready for the launch of Apollo 16. They are shown boarding a bus from their hotel in Cape Canaveral, Florida which conveys them to the visitor stands to watch the launch. While on the road to the stands, Konrad captures pictures of the vehicle assembly building and the rocket on the launchpad. Spring 1972.
The first half of the film shows Konrad Dannenberg surveying the stands for spectators of Apollo 16 at the launch complex in Cape Canaveral, Florida. The second half of the film follows the rocket as it lifts off from the launch pad and ascends out of view. Spring 1972.