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  • spc_stnv_000005.pdf

    Shown left to right: David Christensen, Melvin Kranzberg, Irving B. Holley, Jr., Rudolf Hermann, and Fred Ordway.
  • spc_stuh_003_004_translated.pdf

    Stuhlinger attended the launch of Apollo 11 with her husband Ernst Stuhlinger, then the Associate Director for Science at Marshall Space Flight Center. In the entries, she describes her reaction to the launch and the successful lunar landing and makes note of the celebrations she and her family attended in Huntsville. She also records her daily activities, including socializing with neighbors and shopping with her children. A translation is included.
  • spc_stnv_000061.pdf

    Guide to John F. Kennedy Space Center, including an introduction from Center director Kurt Debus.
  • spc_stnv_000074.pdf

    The press conference was given at Cape Royal News Center in Cocoa Beach, Florida, on Wednesday, April 3, 1968, at 3:30 PM. Participants: William C. Schneider, Apollo Mission Director, NASA; George M. Low, Apollo Spacecraft Manager, NASA; Clifford Charlesworth, Apollo 6 Flight Director, Manned Spacecraft Center, NASA; Dr. Arthur Rudolph, Saturn V Program Office, Marshall Space Flight Center, NASA; Rocco A. Petrone, Apollo 6 Launch Director, Kennedy Space Center, NASA; Col. Royce Olson, USAF, Director DOD Manned Spaceflight Support Office, Patrick AFB; Chris Kraft, Director of Flight Operations, Manned Spacecraft Center.
  • spc_dann_000217.mp4

    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.
  • spc_dann_000218.mp4

    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.
  • spc_dann_000234.mp4

    View from the spectator's gallery at Cape Canaveral as Apollo 7 launches. The film tracks the rocket from when the engines are ignited to when it disappears from view. Fall 1968.
  • spc_dann_000241.mp4

    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.
  • spc_dann_000254.mp4

    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.
  • spc_dann_000255.mp4

    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.
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