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NASA APOLLO PROGRAM ASTRONAUT FOOD PROCESSING & MENU DEVELOPMENT FILM SPACE FOOD 98564



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Made by Jam Helpful, introduced by Whirlpool and that includes Peter Hackes, a science reporter, this Apollo period movie “How Many Meals to the Moon?” exhibits how meals was developed for NASA astronauts. The movie was directed by Lou Kramer. The movie begins with footage of Boy Scouts working with Estes kind mannequin rockets (1:30). The movie then delves into the issues of meals preparation, packaging, storage, serving and disposal and the function performed by the Life Help Division of Whirlpool on this space. At 3:00 a girl works in a contemporary kitchen with lovely house age fridges and ranges constructed by Whirlpool. At 3:48 the Gemini Program is proven with astronauts performing EVAs. At 4:30 the pinnacle of Life Help, Dr. Norman Roth, is launched and there is a dialogue of the house meals problem. At 5:44 the atmosphere of house is described and at 6:30 the challenges of the Apollo program described — no cooking in house, and meals should survive decompression and storage for 2 weeks’ time. At 7:30 fruit and veggies are proven in addition to different staples. At 8:40 the experimental kitchen at Whirlpool is proven. At 9:15 a menu is proven for an astronaut, then a desk of “regular” meals, and at 9:50 the identical meals is proven in plastic packages. At 10:15 testing of preparation gear for micro organism is proven. At 10:29 freeze drying is proven. At 10:42 dice meals are proven together with toasted bread and cereal cubes. At 10:54 a dehydrated fruit salad is proven. At 12:20 “go or no go” on a dice earlier than freeze drying. At 13:30 high quality management is ensured by a girl scientist at a piece station. At 14:26 meal models are assembled. At 15:00 meals is shipped to NASA and positioned into the Apollo Command Module and stowed within the crew compartment. At 15:34 the galley is seen within the meals preparation space. At 15:44, youngsters ask “how do they eat?” At 15:54 an astronaut in zero-G demonstrates opening the galley and accessing meals provides. At 17:00 the astronaut cuts open the tube and provides water to reconstitute the meals. At 18:18 he eats a chunk of gingerbread, conserving his mouth closed in order to stop crumbs from going into the Command Module. At 18:45 a tablet is positioned into the bundle to stop bacterial development within the used meals bundle earlier than putting into the waste space for storing. At 19:50 the astronaut chews on a chunk of sugarless gum to maintain his abdomen busy. The movie ends with photographs of a simulated stroll on the Moon at 20:27.

Peter Hackes (June 2, 1924 – April 17, 1994) was a longtime American TV and radio correspondent who late in life had appearing roles in two distinguished American movies.

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  1. Spaced out boys and some government propaganda is all you need. What a bunch of crap oops sorry I meant shit! With all that food in board there's no room to take a crap 😂, oh that's right it's all just fake! We never went to the moon and back,we can't leave low Earth orbit so why do they keep expecting to believe this crap, this is what we get for 52 million dollars a day, just imagine how many people that could feed, not to mention the people that are living in a tent since the fires in California, that's right just keep your spaced out boys well feed and they to can become the next generation of spaced out NASA employees!!

  2. Whenever I watch a documentary about space travel one of the things I can’t get my head around is the problems astronauts face with orientation both of themselves and the space craft, as the host/narrator said, “no up, no down” etc, must take an extremely intelligent and rational person to be an astronaut, personally I don’t think I would make a very good candidate for space travel.
    A very interesting and informative film again, thanks for sharing. 👍.

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