NASA Releases Hundreds of Archival Videos to YouTube

 The Armstrong Flight Research Centre (AFRC) in Edwards, California is releasing archival footage to YouTube.

The AFRC has posted 300 of the 500 videos that are deemed worthy to upload, so far. These no-fluff videos go back decades and show some of the most important flight tests and aircraft developments by NASA.

The Digital Content Was Overlooked, Previously

Social Media Manager for NASA Armstrong, Rebecca Richardson, tells Vice Motherboard that NASA’s digital content tends to be overlooked by the public.
Our hope is that by moving the content to more accessible platforms, NASA fans and media personnel will be able to access the content more regularly and become more fully immersed in what is happening.

For more YouTube videos on AFRC, go here.

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