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11/20/2012 03:09 PM

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Re: I work for NASA. Ask me a question.
Is there a link to access all of NASA's mission footage?
 Quoting: NervousAndJerky

[link to www.spacecraftfilms.com]
That's the most convenient way to get it. NASA has not digitized most of their older stuff themselves, but if there's something specific you want, contact the public affairs office of the relevant center (KSC, for example) and tell them you've got a science blog and you're doing an entry on such and such and ask for whatever it is you want. I've found them to be very helpful, even when whatever it is hasn't been digitized yet. They've been making a deliberate effort to help bloggers/twitters (twits?)/web 2.0'ers lately (hence all the tweet-up events).
 Quoting: Dr. Astro

Thankyou Astro, Allways the man to go too in such matters. Shame there's not a free archive, concidering it was the tax payers money that payed for the material..
Anyhow, thanks again. And buy all means keep the good info coming. A fan!
 Quoting: NervousAndJerky

Technically the footage from spacecraft films is free to taxpayers... in its original form, which is often not digital or useful to most people. Spacecraft films did the hard work of converting the various old films, tapes, etc to a digital format, burned them onto DVDs, and that is what you're really paying for; the conversion and organization of the footage itself. It's enough of a pain in the ass that even major networks get their footage from him rather than doing that work themselves.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro

Ahh, I see. Makes sense now that you spelled it out for me. I'm like that some times, looking for the tree's in the forest.

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11/20/2012 03:12 PM
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Re: I work for NASA. Ask me a question.

Not high on the security clearance pole if that's really the case. Unless you are the typical NASA bullshitter...lol.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5141990

Nothing wrong with an iPhone for security. Many folks I work with have smartphones. But no, I don't have a high security clearance.
 Quoting: Quagmire

Yeah nothing wrong with it all so long as it does not take pics...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5141990

Or record voice, or connect via usb... or learn 'on the go' like Furbies.

Yeah, I remember the day the memo came out telling us all that if we had a Furbie we couldn't bring it in.
 Quoting: tandym

Yuppers, How is that antique BB working for ya? I luv teasing my bro about it...but that's pretty much all we talk about work related.