Welcome to the NASA Audio Collection. This collection is administered and maintained by the Houston Audio Control Room, at the NASA Johnson Space Center. The purpose of this collection is to make available the historic audio record of the history of Human Spaceflight at NASA, in an easily accessible and open manner. The audio contained in this collection has been digitized from original reel-to-reel tapes of varying format. Many tapes are the originals, from over 50 years ago. The original file...
This footage was taken by U.S. astronaut Terry Virts during two spacewalks (EVAs) on the International Space Station on February 25, 2015 and March 1, 2015. On EVA #30, Virts and fellow astronaut Barry “Butch” Wilmore routed a series of cables in preparation for the arrival of two International Docking Adapters later in 2015. Virts also lubricated elements at the latching end of the space station’s Canadarm2 robotic arm while Wilmore prepares the Tranquility module for the relocation of... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 5 reviews ) Topic: NASA
Saturday Morning Science, the science of opportunity series of applied experiments and demonstrations, performed aboard the International Space Station (ISS) by Expedition 6 astronaut Dr. Don Pettit, revealed some remarkable findings. In this video clip, Pettit demonstrates laminar flow in a rotating film of water. The demonstration is done by placing tracer particles in a water film held in place by a round wire loop, then stirring the system rotationally. The resulting flow clearly... Topics: What -- Opportunity, What -- International Space Station (ISS), What -- WIRE Source: http://mix.msfc.nasa.gov/abstracts.php?p=3880
Film taken includes scenes taken out Lunar Module (LM) window documenting lunar surface Extravehicular Activity (EVA) and LM ascent, rendezvous and maneuver for docking during lunar orbit. Also includes views from the Lunar Module (LM) during descent and landing on moon, Neil Armstrong descending to lunar surface, scenes out LM window during ascent and approach with CSM. favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews ) Topics: What -- Apollo 11, space, nasa, Apollo 11, 16MM
Learn about precipitation and how clouds are formed. Find out why scientists study clouds and how you can help NASA collect cloud observation data as part of the Students' Cloud Observation OnLine, or S'COOL, Project. Topic: NASA eClips Movie
In the second segment of the Case of the Zany Animal Antics, the tree house detectives learn about animals' basic needs, the food chain, reproduction and why animals migrate. Topics: NASA SciFiles, The Zany Animal Antics, Food Chain, Consumers, Herbivores, Carnivores, Food Web,... Source: http://nasa.ibiblio.org/details.php?videoid=6564&start=100&subject=Science
NASA Why? Files segment describing the scientific method. Topics: Dr. D., Problem, Hypothesis, Experiment, Data, Observation, Research, Variable Source: http://nasa.ibiblio.org/details.php?videoid=6169&start=80&subject=Science
Going green? Find out how “going green” is beneficial to Earth and discover ways in which YOU can help keep the environment safe. Learn about the ARES mission, the unmanned vehicle NASA plans to send to Mars that will fly a mile above the surface collecting data about the red planet. Learn how NASA uses Light Detection and Ranging, or LiDAR, to study distant objects. NASA uses LiDAR technology to measure distances of faraway objects, locate aerosols and to develop topographic maps on Earth... Topic: Going Green?
A selection of our solar system's natural satellites are shown here to scale compared to the Earth and its moon. *Image Credit*: NASA favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Solar System Exploration, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Planets, What -- Earth, What -- Moon Source: http://solarsystem.nasa.gov/multimedia/display.cfm?IM_ID=2823
Learn about the everyday applications of polyimide foam, one of NASA's commercial inventions of the year. This low-density foam can be used as a fire-resistant insulation for ships or to reduce airplane noise.
Learn about the global cooperation to build the International Space Station, or ISS. Use a simple scale model to demonstrate the amazing mathematical relationship between the Earth and moon and see how the low-Earth orbit of ISS compares. Topics: NASA, NASA eClips, ISS, International Space Station, earth, moon
Learn about radio waves, a special type of ligt that has a longer wavelength and less energy than the light we see. Find out how NASA uses radio waves to learn more about the universe and our own atmosphere with a giant telescope in Puerto Rico. Topic: NASA, NASA eClips, NIA, Our World, elementary, video, science, education, Galileo, Hubble,...
When astronauts return to the moon, they will need to be able to move around on the surface. Learn about NASA’s Lunar Electric Rover, or LER, that will solve problems with pressurization, moon dust and mobility. Topic: Nasa eClips Video Series
This is not your typical NASA program. NASA 360 discovers how technologies developed for Space, Aeronautics and general applications can help people here on Earth. Topics: technology, aeronautics, space, aviation, NASA research
NASA Sci Files segment outlining the systems of the body. Topics: Dr. Textbook, Respiratory, Lungs, Circulatory, Heart, Digestive Source: http://nasa.ibiblio.org/details.php?videoid=6175&start=0&subject=Exploration-Systems
NASA 360 discovers how technologies developed for Space, Aeronautics and general applications can help people here on Earth. What has NASA done for you lately? Watch and find out! ( 1 reviews ) Topics: aeronautics, technology, space, earth, NASA research
NASA research is making auto racing safer by incorporating technologies used for space travel to the moon and Mars. Indycar and NASCAR are using these technologies to protect drivers on and off the track. Also, discover NASA's new inflatable habitats being developed for astronauts to live on the moon and Mars. Topics: NASA research, auto racing, technology, safety, Indy car, NASCAR, discovery, inflatable habitats,...
NASA 360 provides the public an opportunity to learn about real-life applications of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. This thirty-minute magazine style program highlights NASA’s impact on daily lives, showcasing some of the 30,000 inventions developed by NASA over the past 50 years. It examines how technologies developed by or for NASA are used in everything from space exploration to everyday consumer products. Each NASA 360 program focuses on a different NASA innovation or... favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topic: NASA 360
Learn all about the optical telescopes on the summit of Mauna Kea in Hawaii. Find out why astronomers prefer the thin atmosphere found here and compare Earth-based telescopes to space telescopes like Hubble. Learn about the challenges of exploring the surface of Mars. Find out how NASA uses science and math to successfully design the type of vehicle needed for specific missions. See why scientists refer to entry, descent and landing as "seven minutes of terror."
This episode of NASA 360 looks at how NASA tests the equipment needed for our return to the moon. Highlights include: the lunar truck Chariot, NASA's All Terrain Hex-Limbed Extra-Terrestrial Explorer, or ATHLETE, the rover Scarab and new suits for astronauts. Topics: NASA, episode, Chariot, ATHLETE, rovers, spacesuits, Scarab, cooling, testing, Moses Lake