1965 NASA Aeronautics and Space Reports
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NASA's Aeronautics and Space Reports for 1965 features 12 monthly reports (#1 through #12) that cover a wide variety of topics. Each of the reports is around 4 1/2 minutes long, with a longer recap in the December report filling each disc with approximately one hour of rare material. These reports are from new transfers of the production intermediates.
January (#1) - Gemini two-man flights next manned missions, Mariner IV heads for Mars, X-15 begins new tests
February (#2) - Astronaut training, planes of the future (X-14A), Eyes in space (camera pods)
March (#3) - Rehearsal for flight, wind tunnels, space weather photographer (weather satellites)
April (#4) - Gemini 4 next manned flight, Saturn rocket family (Pegasus satellite), Apollo recovery testing (boilerplates)
May (#5) - Deep space tracking (Ranger), rendezvous with Mars (Mariner IV), spacecraft of the future (lifting bodies)
June (#6) - Gemini 5 next manned mission, N.Y. World's Fair Space Park, re-entry heating (FIRE)
July (#7) - Dr. Wernher von Braun (Saturn V), S-1C stage testing, Apollo spacecraft testing, launch complex 39
August (#8) - Gemini 6 next manned flight, sounding rockets, unmanned lunar probes (Ranger, Surveyor, Lunar Orbiter)
September (#9) - Unmanned probes, aeronautical research, electric proplusion
October (#10) - Gemini 7 next manned flight, designs for flight (aeronautical research)
November (#11) - Inside Gemini, LLRV
December (#12) - Summary of the year's events
The NASA Aeronautics and Space Reports will be released on yearly DVDs at the rate of approximately one per month.