Retro Baby-boomers Outer Space Animation from 1958 Kids TV




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Published on Apr 5, 2008

Remember the cool retro rocket with the big clear nosecone window up front? You could see the stars and planets approaching. Clip from the memorable space cartoon animation of a boy who stows away in the 'Polaris' rocket ship looking for his astronaut father who he thinks has crash-landed on Mars.


Credits: North American Aviation, Inc. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Jet Propulsion Laboratory - California Institute of Technology (CALTECH) United States Air Force - Ballistic Missile Division (USAF) Lockheed Aircraft Corporation - Missiles and Space Division Radio Propagation Laboratory - Stanford University Convair Division - General Dynamics Corporation James A. Van Allen Institute of Aeronautical Sciences, Inc. Scientific American Magazine

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