Neil Armstrong; Peter Hackes; Vicki Kodama; Wallace T Fowler; Mary A Hardin; United States Film Corporation.; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.; Warner Home Video (Firm)
|注意：||Closed-captioned for the hearing impaired.
Originally released in 1991.
Recorded in hi-fi, digitally processed.
|表演者：||Jo Franklin-Trout, host of 1st work; Peter Hackes, narrator of 2nd work.|
|描述：||1 videocassette (99 min.) : sound, color with black and white sequences ; 1/2 in.|
|内容：||Pioneering the space frontier / National Commission on Space --
Space flight : the application of orbital mechanics / executive producer, Stephen A. O'Brien ; producer-director, Vicki Kodama ; editor, Patti sheer ; writers, Wallace T. Fowler, Vicki Kodama --
An then there was voyager / produced by the Jet Propulsion Laboratory for NASA ; producer-writer-director, Mary A. Hardin ; editors, Sherman Overton, M.A. Krupnick ; videography, Jesse Lawson, Jack Dawson ; music score, Teto Cheema [and others].
|叢書名：||Official NASA films documenting the U.S. in space, v. 5|
|責任：||United States Film Corporation.|
Neil Armstrong, the original lunar pioneer, introduces "Pioneering the space frontier," a provocative look into the future of space exploration, including the establishment of a permanent space station and bases on the Moon and Mars. A fascinating depiction of how mathematical theories and and equations can lead to extraordinary human achievements. "Space flight: the application of orbital mechanics" shows the real-life application of imaginative science. "And then there was Voyager" revisits the most far-reaching of all of mankind's space probes, the interplanetary robots that are still reporting back from the fringes of our solar system.