Astronauts Cooper And Conrad Go Into Space… 1965

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    Cape Kennedy, Florida, United States of America (USA).

    GV. Aerial shots of the launching pads at Cape Kennedy, Florida - several lined up. MS. The astronauts Gordon Cooper and Charles Conrad posing in their space suits. Various shots of the astronauts being fitted into their space suits. Aerial view of the Gemini V launching pad. LS. Gemini V rocket on launching pad. Various shots of the two astronauts leaving transfer van and walking towards rocket. LS. The space around pad taken from cage that carries the astronauts up to the capsule. GV. The rocket in gantry. Various shots of the two astronauts arriving at the capsule and position themselves in it. Various shots in the dimly lit control room prior to lift off. MS. American President Lyndon Johnson watching television. LS. Gemini V fires on pad. MS. An engineer in control room gives thumbs up as he watches the rocket lift off on his monitor. LS. The Titan II rocket heading off into space. Various shots inside busy control room. LS. Trails in the sky from the rocket. Various shots of the 'space twins' (the two astronauts) standing together.

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    Date found in the old record - 25/08/1965. Close up shots of the two talking.

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    British Pathé
    Issue Date:
    1965
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    Media URN:
    88166
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    Available on request
    Film ID:
    3126.17
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    00:02:39:00
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    01:58:36:00 / 02:01:15:00
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    UN 4047 C
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    UN 4047 C
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