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Scout Launch Vehicle System and Ops (1976)

Bruce Jamieson

Sound | 1976

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  •  Defining the Scout Launch Vehicle.  
  •  Scout mission capabilities.  
  •  The technical and structural aspects of Scout. 
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The SCOUT (Solid Controlled Orbital Utility Test) is a solid rocket motor launch vehicle used primarily for launching satellites into orbit. This heavily technical film, commissioned by NASA in association with the Langley Research Center and produced Bruce Jamieson Film Productions, provides a great amount of detail into the basic level workings of the SCOUT Launch Vehicle and its systems.