The film 'The Cape 1963' about missile launches in California, United States. The launch of bumper No. 8 a German V-2/WAC Corporal on July 24th 1950. Two United States Air Force Convair F-106As Delta Dart in flight. Aerial view of launch complexes. Titan II missile is launched. The missile explodes. A huge ball of fire in the air. The launch of Titan II. A tracking camera in operation. The footage from the camera mounted on second stage Titan II shows the first stage separation. The tracking stations down Atlantic missile range. USS HH Arnold missile tracking ship at sea. A re-entry vehicle re entering the atmosphere. Aerial view of United States Air Force Lockheed JC-130B Hercules equipped with a trapeze structure snatching an Aero kite balloon suspended from a ship. A sign on a building at Vandenberg Air Force Base reads 'Air Force Missile Test Center'. A personnel in the EDP room at the main console and checks a magnetic tape. A manual on a desk. Gemini missile being lowered inside a building. Several personnels watch. Lt. Colonel John G. Albert Chief of the Gemini Launch division, 6555th Aerospace Test Wing at the entering gate. A blockhouse in the background. Colonel Albert checks Titan II. He is at the launch control in the blockhouse.
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