Ground and aerial views during construction of the Miller Highway on the west side of Manhattan Island in New York, United States. It was named after Julius Miller, the President of New York's Manhattan Borough from 1922 to 1930. It was also known as the West Side Elevated Highway or the West Side Highway. It was the first elevated highway in the United States. The elevated highway under construction. Men work on the highway. Sections also designated NY Routes 9A and NY 27A. The Miller Highway was shut down in 1973 and largely dismantled in 1989.
Exxon Valdez oil spill in Prince William Sound in Valdez, Alaska. Tug boats tow the Exxon Valdez to another island. Oil layer over water. The oil spread over water in the Kenai Peninsula. Oil spreads over water in the Gulf of Alaska. United States Coast Guard aircraft Dassault Falcon 20 in flight. Screen shows the tracking of oil spread. Pilot and copilot at controls. Men disembark aircraft. Ships loaded with man and equipment in the Prince William Sound. Men in the control room at work. Vice Admiral of U.S. Coast Guard Clyde E Robbins with other officers.
Exxon Valdez oil spill in Prince William Sound in the United States. California : Supervisor of Salvage and Diving team's emergency boats carried on a trailer. A United States aircraft Lockheed C-5 Galaxy being loaded with the equipment. The C-5 aircraft lands on Elmendorf Air Force Base. The boat offloaded from the aircraft. The boat carried on a trailer. Supervisor of Salvage and Diving personnel prepares boats and skimmers. Boats being lowered in water. Skimmer boat moves to the Exxon Valdez. Equipment kept on bases in California and Virginia. Men load a skimmer boat onto a trailer. The boat offloaded from C-5 aircraft. Spare parts and other equipment. Equipment in a shop. A rope on deck. Oil containment boom stacked. Rubber oil storage bladders in water. A satellite communication van. Officers and coast guard personnel stand. Skimmer boat around the Exxon Valdez. Oil containment booms being deployed. An aircraft in flight over the sea. Skimmer boat in sheltered area. Oil spilled on water dragged by wind to the beaches.
Engineering students prepare a mock up of the National Aerospace Plane in Virginia, United States Animation depicts the National Aerospace Plane ability to fly any where in the world. A group of engineering students building a half scale mock up of the Aerospace Plane. Faculty advisor Walt O' Brein helps a student. A student makes the parts of the plane. A student makes a computer design of the plane. The students making parts of the plane. Berin stead at a desk talks about the designing and different aspects of the plane. The students working. The students work inside a hangar. A half skeleton of the plane. The student assemble the aluminum structure. The airplane is rolled out of the hangar on the graduation day. People applaud and take pictures. The students are awarded. A truck carrying mock up drives on a road. The mock up is loaded on USAF (United States Air Force) C-5 Galaxy. C-5 takes off. The mock up at pairs airport. The mock up plane at the Paris air show. Visitors at the show look at the plane. A close up of the mock up. Animation depicts the actual Aerospace plane mock up in flight.
NASA's research on the effect of dangerous weather conditions at Langley Research center in Virginia, United States. The time laps photos. A jet aircraft takes off. The jet in flight. A pilot at controls in a Langley simulator. A computer model of wind shear. The pilots in a cockpit. Hinton talks about the incident which took place in the past summers and helped the pilots to survive because of the training that they got. A heavy rain simulator at NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) Langley Research center. A tabular steel carriage. A heavy rain test conducted at the center. Slow motion test conducted. Aero Space technologist Goudy Bezos talks bout the tests conducted. The rain simulator.
20th Anniversary of Apollo 11 in the United States. An aircraft in flight. An astronaut on orbit. A rocket at a launch pad The astronauts get into Lunar Module. Men take pictures. Smoke emitted from the engine. The rocket lifts off. U.S. astronaut Mitchell Collins in the command module. The Apollo 11 Lunar Module Eagle in lunar orbit. U.S. astronaut Neil Armstrong talks about landing of Lunar Module on moon. People watching the live pictures of Neil Armstrong's descent from the Lunar Lander on television. A boot print on the moon. Neil Armstrong recalls when he decided on those historic words. Collins in the command Module. Collins in Columbia speaks about his major concern when he was in Lunar Module. The moon surface. Armstrong and U.S. astronaut Buzz Aldrin on moon surface. Technicians at controls. Armstrong and Aldrin on moon surface. Aldrin speaks about his experience. People welcome them back. They crowd on either side of the street. An astronaut on orbit. Niel, Aldrin and Collins at the Air and Space Museum. A poster of an astronaut holding a U.S. flag on orbit.