Die Zeit unter der Lupe 929/1967 14.11.1967
01 formal briefing of the Lord Mayor in London Lord Mayor gets set to official chain. Parade through London. Big Dipper. Lord Mayor on grandstand. Crowd on the road. Music band. Horse-drawn carriage. Lord Mayor gets out of carriage.
02. new Hanseatic (formerly Shalom) in Hamburg propelled Hanseatic. Fountains of fire loeschbooten. Settings of the vessel. Radar tower. Steam whistle, large. Shipowners Bitsch Christensen, great. People waving from the shore. Waving from the ship. Officer looks through binoculars. 2 tractor before the Hanseatic.
03. start French rocketry (H2-O2 fuel) rocket (title underground). Rocket engine fed with liquid hydrogen and oxygen. Technicians test explosion in test room. Crash of the hydrogen-filled Zeppelin Hindenburg. Burning Zeppelin.
04. Cape Kennedy: moon rocket Saturn 5 Wernher von Braun in addition to V2. Giant tractors transport the Saturn 5 to the launch pad. Saturn 5 on the launch pad. Start. Flying rocket. Man observation tube.
05. Berlin: Painter Friedrich Schröder Sonnenstern painter Friedrich Schröder Sonnenstern goes with time solution under the arm, half-close. He goes to his apartment on old Berlin backyard. Schröder Sonnenstern Anderson room. Schröder Sonnenstern alongside students Sonnenstern signed picture. Close-up. Pictures of the artist. Mr Rahl sits on the bed beside Schröder Sonnenstern and interviewed him, o-ton: "I have never believed that one buys this stuff and now I'm a famous man, but what is also not beautiful. Fame and money get bad character." Young people in the artist local "The organ" in addition to Schröder Sonnenstern.
06. Berlin: Gymnasts of the USSR and the East zone in the competition for artistic gymnastics gymnast gymnastic exercises. Piano player. Group show with tires. Gymnast with rope. Gymnast with tires. Ute Lehmann at screening with rope.
07. Schongau, Germany: Survival training for pilots pilot parachute after landing will be dragged behind parachute. Pilot on take-off and landing to test device. Separation of the ejection seat and releasing the parachute straps if necessary. Pilot is pulled by motor boat to parachute through water. Unfasten the belts. Jump from aircraft. Jump in the water. Throwing of inflatable which inflates automatically. Landing of the jumper next to the inflatable boat. Pilot, parachuted into the water. Pilot creeps jump on inflatable boat.
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Die Zeit unter der Lupe 929/1967
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- Title brand details Lord Mayor in London origin: Pathé news Hanseatic in Hamburg camera: L., Rieck, Seib, Rühe, wild Hagen technology of French. Rocket launch origin: Eclair V 2 and Saturn rocket origin: Metro Spotlight painter Schröder-Sonnenstern camera: Pahl, Wiers sports gymnastics competition Qstberlin origin: DEFA under the magnifying glass survival training for pilots (Star fighter) camera: Rau, summer A and E
The First Launch of Saturn V (November 9, 1967)
When Saturn V lifts off from earth from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida on November 9, 1967 for the first time, it rattles windows miles away. The rocket, which was supposed to take the Apollo program to the moon, was the biggest and strongest space carrier system of its time—as well as an important step ahead in the space race. Ever since 1961, when John F. Kennedy announced his ambitious goal to put a man on the moon within a decade, hundreds of thousands of scientists and engineers had been working on making it come true. The controversial German aerospace visionary Wernher von Braun, who had designed the „retaliation weapon“ V2 during the Third Reich, and who had been moved to the USA after the end of World War II, was entrusted with the development of an adequate carrier system. Saturn V is developed within just five years. With its three propulsion stages and the Apollo spacecraft on top, it stood 110 m tall and weighed 3,000 tons and was able to reach a speed of up to 40,000 km/h. The colossal proportions of this endeavor require the construction of gigantic production halls, transport vehicles and launch pads and devours billions of US-dollars. After all individual components of the carrier system had passed elaborate checks, the super-rocket completes its maiden flight as part of the Apollo-4-mission on November 9, 1967. One year later, after only two more test flights, it goes on its first manned flight to the moon with Apollo 8—at first just within the lunar orbit. In July of 1969 Saturn V carries out the task it was made for, the one it became famous for: with Apollo 11 it transports the spacecraft Columbia, from here Neil Armstrong and Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin take the lunar module Eagle to land on the moon. Kennedy’s vision is fulfilled.
After having delivered 24 men to the moon, Saturn V goes on its last mission in 1973 and takes the space station Skylab into space.