Lights on launch pad structure. Kennedy Space Center, Cape Kennedy, Florida, at night. Pair of red blinking lights visible.
NASA investigators examine grounded Apollo space capsule to find out the reasons behind the death of three astronauts Rogers Chaffee, Edward White and Gun Grissom at Cape Kennedy in Florida.
Space Shuttle Atlantis is launched at Kennedy Space Center on Merritt Island in Cape Canaveral, Florida. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Orbiter 104 Atlantis on mission 51-J. Space Shuttle program Brochure is shown. Boy hellps little girl drink from soft drink can. Cape Kennedy employees and families on bleachers waiting to watch launch. Crowd watches the lift-off. Emblem for Kennedy Space Center and the flight crew rest on a notebook. A couple wears badges. People seated on the ground to watch the launch. Several people carry binoculars and camera. Crowd cheers when the shuttle is launched. View of Atlantis speeding upward spewing fire. Flag of NASA and the U.S. flag.
U.S. President John F. Kennedy with an American astronaut John Glenn in Florida after Glenn successfully orbited the earth. Welcoming formation of troops moves away from the President's aircraft (Boeing 707, Air Force designation: VC-137C). Color Guard marches holding flag of United states. The President's plane taxis out for takeoff, blowing up a wind.. Camera man on top of a car. An orange helicopter flies across the field. Photographers and newsmen stand on top of a van with a camera. Officials at the port. John F. Kennedy with John Glenn in a motorcade. They arrive at stage in front of building where sign reads: "Spacecraft Center." President Kennedy and John Glenn climb up the stairs of a stage. John Glenn and wife, Annie, sit beside the President. Officials and employees applaud. John Glenn speaks into the microphone. A United States Spacecraft sits on the ground near the stage. President Kennedy makes a few remarks. Afterwards, the President, Astronaut Glenn, and Annie Glenn, together enter a building labeled: "NASA."
The Saturn V also called the Moon Rocket takes off on its maiden flight (SA-501), unmanned. Saturn V rocket in launch position. The Moon Rocket takes off from the launch pad leaving behind smoke and fire. A part of Saturn V on water surface after successful splash down. Personnel pull it with the help of a rope.
Apollo 204 review board at National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). Apollo 1 service module placed on a vehicle moves along road at Kennedy Space Center in Florida. It is escorted by a pair of leading police cars with blue lights flashing. A crane and others cars follow. Men stand on the road. John F Kennedy Space Center written on a sign at the side of the road. The vehicle carrying the module moves inside a huge building. Sliding doors close behind it.