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Beyond planet Earth : the future of space exploration

 Collection
Identifier: EXH.010
Dates: 2010 - 2011

Documents and photographs relating to space missions and astrological events

 Collection
Identifier: DR-H 32
Abstract

Files and photographs relating to astronomical events such as the Apollo missions. Slides of the planetarium also included, as well as several cardboard backed photos.

Dates: circa 1948-2000

Hayden Planetarium artwork for shows and exhibits, undated.

 Collection
Identifier: DR-H 46
Abstract

Original artwork, diagrams and pictures depicting outer space and other various topics.

Dates: 9999 - 9999

Hayden Planetarium Interplanetary Reservations

 Collection
Identifier: DR 194
Scope and Content note This particular collection refers to a promotional strategy implemented by the Hayden Planetarium. In 1949, in order to increase publicity for their space exhibit “Conquest of Space”, the Hayden Planetarium set up an “interplanetary-tour reservations desk” that would take reservations for the first trips into space. The museum promised that the collected names would be turned over to the first organization actually planning interplanetary travel. In addition to the desk at the planetarium,...
Dates: 1949-2011; Majority of material found within 1949-1953

NASA Apollo 11 documents and printed material, 1969-1970.

 Collection
Identifier: DR-H 11
Abstract

Collection includes: Lunar Orbiter photographic data, Apollo Mission photography indexes, Apollo 11 lunar landing mission press kit, Apollo 11 photographic catalogue, Apollo 11 lunar photography with correspondence, two posters, and two copies of promotional Log of Apollo 11.

Dates: 1969 - 1970

Neil deGrasse Tyson documents on U.S. space exploration policies and other related policies, early 2000s.

 Collection
Identifier: DR-H 21
Scope and Contents

Includes letterhead, Future of Aerospace Industry related documents and binders, Aerospace Commission minutes, documents on commercialization of space (Commission on Moon, Mars, and Beyond), Commission on the Future of the U.S. Aerospace Industry and documents on U.S. Space Exploration Policy.

Dates: 2000 - 2005

Photographs of astronomical equipment, astronomical events, and outer space, late 1800s-1967

 Collection
Identifier: DR-H 31
Abstract

Photographs of telescopes, observatories, antennas and other astronomical equipment as well as drawings of solar events, star maps and photographs of nebulae and galaxies. NASA photos and press kit for Surveyor and Lunar Orbiter also included.

Dates: 1800 - 1967

Planetary sciences photographic slides, circa 1960-1990s.

 Collection
Identifier: PSC 45
Abstract

Slides from old Hayden Planetarium including the Hall of the Sun exhibits, murals, art and Zeiss projector. Images of Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, moon rocks and moon surface, sun spots, stars, constellations, eclipse, galaxy, nebulas. Total solar eclipse from February 16, 1980, taken at Voi, Kenya, Africa. Eclipse of the moon dated March 13, 1960. Jay Barbree Space Collection includes astronaut medallions, matches, boxes, patches. Many images of Planetarium sculpture (Michelle Doner).

Dates: circa 1960-1990s

Trip through space ; Life in a garden ; Tuna fishermen

 Collection
Identifier: Film Collection no. 25
Scope and Contents SEGMENT 1: Trip Through Space. Man in space and what he would find on a journey through the universe is the topic of this first segment. Frank H. Forrester and Joseph M. Chamberlain, astronomers at the AMNH-Hayden Planetarium, are introduced alongside the Zeiss projector at the planetarium. With the help of film and rear-view projectors the audience is shown planets and stars while Chamberlain discusses verified scientific facts about space travel. SEGMENT 2: Life in a Garden. Richard H....
Dates: 1953