DIY Podcast: Rocket Evolution Video Clips

    NASA experts discuss rocketry and the Apollo, Space Shuttle and Constellation programs.
    • Dan Dumbacher, Exploration Systems Mission Directorate (Acting) Deputy Associate Administrator
    • Jeff Hanley, Constellation Program Manager
    • Steve Cook, Former Ares Projects Office Manager
    • Mark Geyer, Orion Project Manager
    • Phil Sumrall, Ares Projects Office Advanced Planning Manager; also worked on the Apollo and Space Shuttle programs
    This assortment of 48 video clips also features NASA animation and historic footage, including President John F. Kennedy's moon landing challenge. You can mix and mash these video clips with NASA images and your own narration, original video, special effects and transitions. Preview the video and download the clips you want to use in your own project.

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    Rocket Evolution Resources

    • Artwork of Apollo, space shuttle and Ares rockets standing side by side

      Rocket Evolution Main

      Get info to help students write a podcast script about past, present and future rockets.

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      Audio Clips

      Download NASA audio clips to build your own rocket evolution audio podcast.

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      Images

      Use NASA images to transition between scenes in your rocket evolution video podcast.

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