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      Saturn V Launch  Popular
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    The Saturn V was a multi-stage expendable rocket used by NASA's Apollo and Skylab programs from 1967 until 1973 under the direction of Wernher von Braun. NASA launched 13 Saturn V rockets with no loss of payload. It remains the largest and most powerful launch vehicle ever. The Saturn V's huge size and payload capacity dwarfed all other previous rockets, 110 m high, 10 m in diameter (without fins) with a total mass of over 3000 short tons. It consisted of 3 stages, all of which used liquid oxygen (LOX) as an oxidizer. The first stage used RP-1 for fuel, while the second and third stages used liquid hydrogen (LH2). The upper stages also used small solid-fuelled ullage motors that helped to separate the stages during the launch. Music: Vangelis ft. Stina Nordenstam - 'Ask the Mountains'.
    Version: VP6-E Filesize: 52.39 MB
    Added on: 23-Nov-2008 Downloads: 6026 Rating: 9.0 (57 Votes)
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      Rocketdyne F-1 Engine 
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    Slow motion footage of the Rocketdyne F-1 rocket engine used in the Saturn V rocket. The F-1 burned 2577 kg of fuel each second, generating 1,500,000 pounds-force (6.7 MN) of thrust, and was the largest single-nozzle liquid fueled rocket engine ever used in service.
    Version: Filesize: 8.04 MB
    Added on: 06-Jan-2009 Downloads: 4858 Rating: 9.0 (2 Votes)
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      HS-748 beatup 
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    A 50's Hawker Siddeley HS-748 turboprop airliner does a low level beatup over the cameramans head. New underpants please...

    Version: Filesize: 921.43 Kb
    Added on: 18-Jan-2009 Downloads: 3862 Rating: 9.0 (2 Votes)
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      Miles M52 Vs. Bell X-1 
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    Excerpt from an episode of Topgear revealing the Brits as the true origininators of supersonic flight technology. The Miles M52 research was tactically aquired by the U.S. governmment in 1944, the project was subsequently dumped by the UK leaving the way clear for the Bell X-1 to break the sound barrier in 1947.
    Version: Filesize: 14.07 MB
    Added on: 18-Jan-2009 Downloads: 3671 Rating: 9.0 (2 Votes)
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      Pettit Timelapse 
    Description: While astronaut Don Pettit was living aboard the International Space Station (ISS), he used some of his off-duty time to make time lapse videos of what he was seeing outside of the ISS window. Footage courtesy of Don Pettit. Music courtesy of SYNTHAR.
    Version: Filesize: 10.55 MB
    Added on: 08-May-2009 Downloads: 3357 Rating: 9.0 (2 Votes)
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      Manned Space Flight 
    Description:
    Manned space flight stands as one mankind's greatest and most inspirational achievments. The various programs spurred advances in many peripheral areas of technology. These include major contributions to avionics, telecommunications, and computers. This video features footage from the United States Gemini and Apollo space missions. Music by Brian Eno.
    Version: Filesize: 32.81 MB
    Added on: 19-Jul-2009 Downloads: 2752 Rating: 9.0 (9 Votes)
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      Ultralow Beatup  Popular
    Description:
    What appears to be a Mirage F1 making an extremely low level beatup over his buddy on the runway.

    Version: Filesize: 804.89 Kb
    Added on: 04-Sep-2009 Downloads: 9197 Rating: 9.0 (5 Votes)
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      Skyhawk F-18 Incident  Popular
    Description:
    Infamous clip of an F-18 dropping a a dummy bomb, which flies up and hits a Skyhawk chase plane knocking it out of the sky.

    Version: Filesize: 6.68 MB
    Added on: 19-Sep-2009 Downloads: 7387 Rating: 9.0 (2 Votes)
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      Lviv HD  Popular
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    28/8/02, Lviv, Ukraine: A SU-27 clipped the ground and crashed into spectators, killing at 81 people and injuring 115 in one of the world's deadliest air show accidents.

    Version: Filesize: 4.23 MB
    Added on: 19-Sep-2009 Downloads: 10229 Rating: 9.0 (3 Votes)
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      Soviet Space Program 
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    During it's 60 year history, the Soviet space program was responsible for a great number of accomplishments in space flight. Mankind's first ICBM, first satellite, first animal and human in space, first Earth orbit, first Moon impact and unmanned landing, first space station and first interplanetary probe. For propaganda value, failures and casualties were usually kept secret. Unlike the American Space program, the USSR's program was split between several competing design groups. The Soviet Space Program was dissolved in 1991 with the fall of the Soviet Union, with Russia and Ukraine becoming its immediate heirs. Music: Leftfield - 'Fanfare Of Life'.
    Version: Filesize: 52.57 MB
    Added on: 12-Dec-2009 Downloads: 4241 Rating: 9.0 (17 Votes)
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