SPACE COAST DAILY TV: Hundreds of NASA Archive Videos Being Uploaded To YouTube

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NASA's Armstrong Flight Research Center

ABOVE VIDEO: This 1-minute 10-second video taken on December 10, 2008 shows space shuttel Endeavour mounted to NASA’s 747 Shuttle Carrier Aircraft and departing Edwards AFB for ferry flight back to Kennedy Space Center after the successful conclusion of STS-126. (NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center video)

(FOX NEWS TECH) – Space buffs, get ready to blast off! NASA is currently uploading hundreds of stunning archival films to YouTube.

Recovered from the archives of NASA’s Armstrong Flight Research Center in Edwards, California, the footage covers decades of pivotal research and development undertaken by the agency and Air Force.

Among the short clips is footage of space shuttle landing research, tests on the Lunar Landing Research Vehicle, and flights of the first supersonic aircraft, Motherboard reports.

To be sure, this footage has long been available to the public but viewing it meant you had to know it existed and know where to find it.

The footage was relatively hidden in the Dryden Aircraft Movie Collection, which could be accessed through the Dryden Flight Research Center website.

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Space buffs, get ready to blast off! NASA is currently uploading hundreds of stunning archival films to YouTube. (NASA image)

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