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Filme (16-mm-Format)

  1. Universe
    HQ 220 - 1976. 28 min.
    A motion picture that explores almost inconceivable extremes of size and time from the vast islands of stars called galaxies, to subatomic particles.

  2. STS-1 Post Flight Press Conference
    JSC 816 - 1981. 17 min.
    Astronauts: John W. Young and Robert L. Crippen.

  3. Jupiter Odyssey
    HQ 234 - 1974. 28 min
    Story of the 620-million-mile journey of Pioneer 10 to planet Jupiter.

  4. Jupiter's Magnetosphere
    Exploration by Galileo Spacecraft. 1986. 4 min.

  5. Galileo Mission to Jupiter

  6. Galileo Mission Design
    1986. 6 min.

  7. Voyager 1: Jupiter Rotation
    1979.

  8. Voyager 1: Jupiter (Blue Filter)

  9. Voyager 2: Jupiter Zoom Film (b&w)
    1979

  10. Voyager 2: Jupiter Encounter. Computer Animation
    1979

  11. Voyager 2: July, 1979
    The Jovian System

  12. Voyager 1: Saturn Ring Rotation

  13. Voyager 1: Saturn
    Rotation and Ring Movie

  14. Mars and Beyond
    HQ 264 - 1976. 15 min
    This film traces the Viking mission to Mars to specifically explore the biochemical evidence of life. Elementary chemical components of life are introduced, these are related to the organic analysis instrument onboard the Viking Lander.

  15. Mars - The Search Begins
    HQ 236 - 1973. 29 min.
    The film depicts the planet Mars as known from the 7000 pictures taken by Mariner 9 spacecraft.

  16. Planet Mars
    HQ 283 - 1979. 29 min.
    Story of the exploration of our celestial neighbour.

  17. Mars Lander
    3-D Film, 1979. 29 min.
    Mercury - Exploration of a Planet
    HQ 282 - 1976. 24 min.
    The flight of the Mariner 10 spacecraft to Venus and Mercury is detailed in animation and photography. Views of Mercury are featured.

  18. Assignment - Shoot the Moon
    HQ 167 - 1967. 28 min.
    Summarizes the exploration of the Moon conducted through unmanned Ranger, Surveyor and Lunar Orbiter spacecraft.

  19. Moon - Old & New
    JSC 545 - HQ 209 - 1970. 25 min.
    Reviews the history of lunar studies before the first Moon landing and the major things learned since Apollo 11.

  20. Time of Apollo
    HQ 229 - 1975. 28 min.
    Project Apollo has been achieved and this film is a tribute to the historical accomplishment and era.

  21. Apollo 15 - In the Mountains of the Moon.
    JSC 572 - HQ 217 - 1971. 28 min.
    Featured are the standup EVA, the three traverses of the lunar surface, film taken from the Lunar Rover, subsatellite launching etc.

 

Videomaterial

  1. Examples of automated stereo matching. Univ. of London, 1989.

  2. Miranda: The Movie. Video Tape Company, 1988. (NTSC)

  3. Miranda Rotation Press Release. JPL Public Inf. Office, 1987. 2:30 min. (NTSC, PAL)

  4. Project Galileo: a Jovian Odyssey. JPL, C.I.T., 1987. 4:00 min. (PAL)

  5. Magellan: Exploration of Venus. JPL. 4:00 min (NTSC, PAL)
    Magellan: Exploring Venus. JPL. 16:00 min. (Short Version). (NTSC, PAL)
    Magellan: Exploring Venus. JPL. 28:00 min. (Long Version). (NTSC, PAL)

  6. Mars Rover. Soviet Union, 1988. 10:00 min. (Text russ.) (PAL)

  7. 4 Movies: Los Angeles, The Earth, Mars, Miranda. JPL. 17:00 min. (NTSC, PAL)

  8. Neptune Encounter Highlights Tape, 35 min. (PAL)

  9. The Third Step to Jupiter, 1990. 4:45 min. (NTSC)

  10. Voyager Science Summary (AVC-90-122) 28:21min. 03/07/97 (NTSC,PAL)

  11. The Galileo Earth-Moon 1 Encounter, 1990. (NTSC, PAL)
    Earth Rotation 1:50 min
    Moon Rotation 1:11 min

  12. Collection of Magellan Venus Radar Mapping Results. JPL. 8:23 min (NTSC)

  13. Galileo Moon Flyby (Silent), Dezember 1992, 2:11 min. (NTSC, PAL)

  14. Magellan: Mapping the Planet Venus. JPL, 1992. (NTSC)

  15. Mars Observer Mission: Mapping the Martian World. JPL, 1992, 7:14 min. (NTSC, PAL)

  16. Galileo Earth/Moon 2: Flight over the Moon; Images of Earth - a last view, 1993. (NTSC, PAL)

  17. Gaspra "Movie" - Kirk/McEwen USGS, CRSR/Cornell University, 1991. (NTSC, PAL)

  18. Gaspra Shape Model Rotations, May 1993. (NTSC, PAL)

  19. Collection of Magellan Venus Radar Mapping Results, 1991, 26:23 min (NTSC)

  20. Galileo Earth/Moon Rotation Compilation, 1990-1992, 21:00 min (PAL)
    1. Galileo Earth Rotation Movie 12/11/90
    2. Galileo Moon Rotation Movie 12/8/90
    3. Galileo Earth/Moon 2 - Flight over the Moon 12/22/92
    4. Galileo Earth/Moon 2 - Images of Earth 12/22/92
    5. Galileo Earth/Moon 2 - A Last View of Earth 12/22/92
    6. Galileo Gaspra Encounter 10/29/91
    7. Galileo Moon Encounter
    8. Galileo Earth Encounter 2 - Simulation 1
    9. Galileo Earth Encounter 2 - Simulation 2

  21. Voyager 2: The Jovian System (PAL)
    1. Voyager 1: Jupiter (Blue Filter)
    2. Voyager 1: Saturn Rotation and Ring Movie
    3. Voyager 1: Saturn (Ring, Spokes, Rotation)

  22. The Travels of Voyager, (8-91) (PAL)

  23. Magellan Mission to Venus, (AVC-9-001; -9-151; -9-091) 55:40 min. (NTSC)

  24. Komet Halley, 2:00 min. (PAL)

  25. Visualization of Earth Approaching Asteroids, (NTSC)
    1. Orbits About Asteroid 4769 Castalia (1989 PB), Oct. 6, 1995 (AVC-95-147) 10:10 min
    2. Asteroid 4179 Toutatis, Oct. 6, 1996 (AVC 96-017) 6:09 min.

  26. Visualization of Earth Approaching Asteroids (AVC-96-096) 37:50 min. (PAL)
    1. Orbits about Asteroid 4179 Toutatis (11:10 min)
    2. Rotation of Asteroid 4179 Toutatis (06:00 min)
    3. Impacts into Asteroid 4769 Castalia (02:16 min)
    4. Orbits about Asteroid 4769 Castalia (18:18 min)

  27. Ida Movies (Umsetzung von Mac auf Video) (PAL)

  28. Galileo G1 Final Animation Collection 7/10/96 (PAL)

  29. Best of Galileo Video Animation, 09/20/96,(AVC-96-071), 50:30 min, (PAL)

  30. Mars Mission Animation Compilation, (AVC-96-235), 22:32 min. (PAL)

  31. Galileo Regio, Ganymede - Flight Animation, DLR, 1996 (PAL)

  32. NEAR Mathilde Flyby Simulation, 04/05/96 (NTSC)

  33. The Collision of Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 with Jupiter C.G. Movie + Aurora Movie. The Zakkyo Project, 1995-96, 13 min. (NTSC)

  34. Mars 96 Startveranstaltung, Mitschnitt der Übertragung in Oberpfaffenhofen, 16.11.1996 (PAL)

  35. A Voyage to Outer Planets, (AVC-92-181), 10:45 min. (PAL)

  36. Galileo DPS Briefing Results, Video File for NASA-TV, Oct. 22, 1996
    Elements which coincide with the Division of Planetary Sciences Meeting in Tucson, Arizona on October, 24, 1996. Includes Interviews with Torrence Johnson, and Dr. Scott Bolton and features animation and still images of Ganymede, Io, and Jupiter's Great Red Spot. (AVC-97-020), 21:45 min. (PAL)

  37. Galileo Ganymede-2 Encounter Animation and Video File for NASA-TV
    AVC-96-256 Ganymede G2 Encounter & Spacecraft and Satellite Positioning Animation 4:04 min, AVC-96-255 Ganymede-2 Encounter Video File for NASA-TV, 12:52 min.
    17:00 min (PAL)

  38. Galileo Science Update - Ganymede, Europa and Callisto, Dec. 12, 1996
    David Seidel moderates a science discussion of Galileo's latest images of Ganymede, Europa and Callisto. Participants include: Dr. Torrence Johnson, Dr. Donald Gurnett, Dr. Margaret Kivelson, Dr. John Anderson, Dr. Gerald Schubert and Kelly Bender.
    (AVC-97-072), 1:05:53 min. (PAL)

  39. Preliminary Galileo Probe Mission Summary, 5:28 min, (NTSC)

  40. A Terrain Model Transect across the Mare Orientale Region from Clementine Data, April 1996, DLR, (PAL)
    Clementine Rectified Color Ratio Images in Mare Orientale and Correlations of Color with Elevation, April 1996, DLR, (PAL)

  41. MARS'94 Visualisation Products video segments © UCL 1992/93, 4:20 min. (PAL)
    1. Rotating Mars
    2. Polar Approach - full speed and half speed
    3. Argyre Basin - full speed and half speed
    4. Mars 94 Spacecraft in Orbit
    5. Mars 94 Spacecraft (still)
    6. Mars 94 Spacecraft (still)
    7. Mars 94 Stereo Principle(still)

  42. Mission MARS, DLR, (PAL)

  43. a) Forschen für unsere Zukunft, DLR, 15:00 min. deutsch
    (VHS PAL)
    b) Forschen für unsere Zukunft, DLR, 15:00 min. englisch
    (VHS PAL)

  44. Preliminary Galileo Probe, Mission Summary (AVC-96-121) 5:28 min. 03/07/97 (NTSC)

  45. Visualization of Earth-Approaching Asteroids (AVC-97-097) 1:40 min. 02/04/97 (NTSC)

  46. Remote interactive Visualization and Analysis (AVC-96-003) 4:50 min. 03/07/97 (NTSC)

  47. Mission Mars (AVC-96-222) 11:42 min. 03/07/97 (NTSC)

  48. Galileo Probe - First Measurements of Jupiter's Atmosphere (AVC-96-028) 11:48 min.
    03/07/97 (NTSC)

  49. TRC Compilation Tape - JPL Computer Graphics, (AVC 94-112) 03/07/97 (NTSC)
    Part 1: 01:46:00 min
    Part 2: 00:19:30 min
    1. Magellan: Mapping the Planet Venus
    2. Alpha Regio
    3. Western Eistla Regio
    4. Western Ishtar Regio
    5. L.A. The Movie
    6. Earth The Movie
    7. Monterey The Bay
    8. Geological Tour of the Central Wyoming
    9. Galileo Earth/Moon 2
    10. Global Ozone Concentration Movies
    11. Radar Images of Asteroid 1989 PB
    12. Galileo: Gaspra Closest Approach Animations
    13. Voyager: The Last Picture Show
    14. Galileo, the Jovian Laboratory
    15. Miranda, The Movie

  50. Simulated Flight over Mars' Candor Chasma (AVC-92-125) 0:50 min. 03/24/97 (NTSC)

  51. Mars Global Mosaic (AVC-94-200) 4:00 min. 03/24/97 (NTSC)

  52. Cassini - Huygens Mission to Saturn and Titan (AVC-96160) 7:20 min. 03/24/97 (NTSC)

  53. Ulysses: an Expedition over the Sun's Poles (AVC-96-022) 6:15 min. 03/24/97 (NTSC)

  54. Topex/Poseidon Video File (AVC-96-143) 11:42 min. 03/24/97 (NTSC)

  55. Volcanic Deserts of Saudi Arabia (AVC-96-133) 2:35 min. 03/24/97 (NTSC)

  56. Galileo Science Update - Europa (AVC-97-130) 1:00:03 min. 04/09/97 (NTSC)

  57. Galileo Science Update (AVC-98-056) 0:57:00 min, 16/12/97 (BETA,PAL)

  58. Mars Pathfinder, Anflug und Panorama 01/08/97 (PAL)

  59. Mars Global Surveyor : Surveying the Martian World (AVC-97-217) 05:26 min, (NTSC; PAL)

  60. Galileo Europa E12 Images & Animationen (AVC-98-081) 12:00 min, (BETA,VHS)

  61. HRSC: Oder-Überflug und Stromboli, 16. Januar 1998 (VHS PAL)

  62. HRSC: Oder-Befliegung mit HRSC, 9. August 1997 (S-VHS, BETA)

  63. JPL Mission Compilation Tape. Special Edition COSPAR 1994. (VHS, PAL)
    1. Galileo ˝ The Jovian Laboratory
    2. Galileo Earth Rotation Movie
    3. Galileo Moon Rotation Movie
    4. Galileo Gaspra Encounter
    5. The Final Step to Jupiter
    6. Galileo Earth/Moon Encounter 2
    7. Magellan Mapping the Planet Venus
    8. TOPEX/POSEIDON
    9. Ulysesses ˝ A Solar Odyssey
    10. Cassini ˝ Mission the Ringed Planet
    11. Rocky IV
    12. SIR-C/X-SAR STS-59 Computer Animation Collection
    13. Welcome to Outer Space

  64. "Fazination Raumfahrt" DLR, 60:00 min, 1998 (PAL)
    1. Die Mission MIR 97
    2. Astronauten-All-Tag
    3. L minus 200
    4. Die D2 Mission - Impressionen einer Reise ins All
    5. Bilder der Erde
    6. Ansichten, Einsichten
    7. Wie aus Daten Bilder werden
    8. Das Projekt X-SAR
    9. Blauer Planet Erde

  65. Stardust ýBringing Cosmic History to Earthţ, 1997 (PAL)

  66. "Mars Surveyor 98" Version 1.1 JPL Engineering Multimedia Inc. (NTSC)

  67. Galileo/Jupiter "New Rings Data Video File" AVC-98-174, 0:07:03, 14. Sep. 1998, (PAL)

  68. Address from Galileo Project Manager, 00:05:00, Jan 11, 1999, (Beta, VHS-PAL)

  69. "ISS-Chip" DLR DaimlerChrysler Aerospace, 05:45, (Beta, VHS-PAL)

  70. a) Zukunft gestalten, DLR, 5:00 min. deutsch (VHS/PAL)
    b) Zukunft gestalten, DLR, 5:00 min. englisch (VHS/PAL)

  71. "Voyager Outreach Compilation", (AVC 98 181), 68:57 min, 06/17/99, (PAL)
    auch auf BETACAM vorhanden

  72. "Galileo Outreach Compilation", (AVC 98 180), 83:04 min, 06/17/99, (PAL)
    auch auf BETACAM vorhanden

  73. "Asteroid Composite Tape", (AVC 98 159), 19:50 min, 06/14/99, (PAL)
    auch auf BETACAM vorhanden

  74. Compilation, 06/14/99, (NTSC)
    1. The Night Sky-Annular Eclipse Special Edition (AVC 94 155), 60:00 min
    2. Galileo Moon Encounter 2-Simulation & Images (AVC 93 069T1SM), 08:20 min
    3. A Lunar Day at the South Pole, (AVC 94 167), 1:34 min
    4. Soho - Sun Images and Animation, 5/2/97 Press Release (SRC 000004), 03:21 min
    5. Solar System Formation Animation, (SRC 000104), 04:45 min
    6. A Tour of the Solar System Animation, (SRC 000077), 1:05 min
    auch auf BETACAM vorhanden

  75. Mars Express VNR, ESA 1999, 20 min
    auch auf BETACAM vorhanden

  76. Deep Space One Space Science Update, (AVC 99 111), 42:21 (NTSC)

  77. "Animation:Vulcano" 11/1999, DLR, (PAL)

  78. "CMA - Apollo: An Eyewitness Account", AVC 98-223, 70:00 min, (VHS/PAL)
    auch auf BETACAM vorhanden

  79. Deep Space 1 (DS1) Press Briefing (AVC 98-185), 79:30 min (NTSC)
  80. Wir gestalten Zukunft, DLR 2000, 00:08 min, VHS
  81. More Than Your Can See, Infrared, (AVC-2000-057), NASA, 0:07 min
  82. Gene Shoemaker on Shoemaker/Levy 9, (AVC-95-110), 1:19:46 min, July 1994 (PAL)
  83. What We Must Do to Return Humans to the Moon and Them to Mars, (AVC-96-063), 1:00:00, 12/04/95 (PAL)
  84. Olympus Mons & Vallis Marineris, DLR (PAL)
  85. Mars Express Animation, Mörz 2001, ESA, 05:40 min (PAL), auch auf BETACAM vorhanden
  86. 2001 Mars Odyssey Pre-Launch Video, (AVC-2001-044), 15:00 min (NTSC)
  87. DLR: Rosetta Index, ESA/DLR, 26:00 min, auch auf BETACAM vorhanden
  88. Mars Express Update, ESA, 13:00 min, auch auf BETACAM vorhanden
  89. ESAŰs Mission to Mars, ESA, 11:00 min, auch auf BETACAM vorhanden
  90. Galileo, NASA/JPL, (PAL), auch auf BETACAM vorhanden
    1. Europa-Encounter E12, Wedge Terrain, 2.3.1998
    2. Europa-Encounter E12, Zoom into Europa, Chaos Terrain
    3. Europa-Encounter E12, Spacecraft & Satellite Positioning
    4. Europa-Encounter E12, Closest Approach to Europa, 16.12.1997
    5. Europa-Encounter E

  91. Zusammenschnitt von đberflŞgen, (PAL/Beta)
    Gaspra Movie ohne Ton
    Galileo Earth Rotation Movie
    Mars the Movie
    Magellan Mission to Venus, DLR, 24.09.92, 0:26 min, (PAL)
  92. Weltraum erde Mobilität - DLR-Standort Berlin-Adlershof 2002
    (VHS PAL)
  93. Movie Mars Express, DLR Jan. 2004, 1:30 min.
    (VHS)
 
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Erstellt: 01.09.1998
Letzte Änderung: 07.06.2017