Summary

Footage Information

CONUS Archive
323095
EAR ON THE UNIVERSE - NASA (1980’S)
PKG
10-01-1983
1:26
3:54
NOTE: NOT EXACT DATE
Begins with: title reading: "NASA, A&SR 224, OCTOBER 1983, 4:30, "EAR ON THE UNIVERSE", CH. 1: NARRATION & EFFECTS, CHP. 2: EFFECTS ONLY, DO NOT PLAY IN MIX POSITION!"; graphics and logo, reading: "NASA, NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION", TITLE reading: "NASA, EAR ON THE UNIVERSE"; zoom in on still graphic of Milky Way; animated graphic of red sun w/ orbiting planet; pan across still graphic of stars, nebulae; WS low angle rotating radio telescope, sun shining thru gaps in dish; WS zoom out white radio telescope, tilting slowly upward, desert in bg. WS aerial shot Arecibo radio telescope, flying by; wider shot of same, surrounding green mountains; MS man at edge of Arecibo dish, zooming out to whole dish, mountains in bg; MS angle on same, tilt up to sky; graphic still of Milky Way galaxy(?); MS int Arecibo Observatory control room, zoom out from window and mountains to control panels, screens, seated technician; WS Arecibo dish, tilt up to NASA transmitter(?) above; still b&w photo of Mars surface, rough craters, pan across; still photo of Venus, low resolution; wider shot of same, better quality. Dr. Don Campbell interview; still photo of rings of Saturn; animated graphic of asteroid moving thru space; WS pan across dish of Arecibo Observatory; still graphic of stars, nebulae; animated graphic of pulsar blinking from bg of stars, spinning concentric lines representing radio signals; Dr. Mike Davis interview; repeat animated pulsar graphic; animated graphic of quasar against bg of stars, bright sphere that flares suddenly; WS aerial shot Arecibo dish, flying by; repeat NASA logo; WS NASA airliner in flight w/ space shuttle mounted on back, grainy image
NASA, EAR ON THE UNIVERSE-NASA, 1980's, Color, Sound, Edited documentary,
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Keywords

SPACE
SCIENCE
NASA
ASTRONAUT
STARS
FUTURE
TECHNOLOGY
FINAL FRONTIER
UNITED STATES
PROGRAM
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