Science and technology № 10 (1961)

Newsreel №74967, 1 part, duration: 0:10:18
Production: Centrnauchfilm (CNF)
Director:R.Klaf
Camera operators:D.Ostrovskij

Annotation:

1. Man in Space-about the first human flight into space. 2. Automatic machines-about the modernization of the accounting department. 3. Bioelectric hand-about creating a prosthesis that works on bio-currents. 4. Art industry of Finland-about the exhibition held in Moscow.

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1. Man in space.

Launch of the spacecraft.

Dogs in a spaceship.

Landing of a spacecraft with a parachute.

Meeting of the "first cosmonauts" on earth.

Training pilots on simulators.

A special suit for astronauts.

A man in a space suit.

Photos of American astronauts.

Editorials of newspapers reporting on the first human flight into space.

Yu.

Gagarin walks down the path to the members of the government (chronicle).

2.Count the machines.

Accounting department of the plant.

Women count on bills.

Factory shop.

Working machines.

A working counting machine.

Punch card.

The machine prints a salary statement.

Machine-counting station at the factory.

3. Bioelectric hand.

A man shaves in front of a mirror.

The man takes off his pajama jacket: he has a prosthetic right arm.

Animation scheme for controlling human movements.

The scheme of operation of the prosthesis controlled by biological currents(animation).

Family at the table.

A man with a prosthetic arm is having breakfast.

Tests of the prosthetic arm in the laboratory.

4. Art industry in Finland.

People climb the stairs at the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts.

Demonstration of products of the art industry in Finland.

Kitchen utensils.

Tableware.

The woman sets the table.

A room for kids.

Different models of chairs.

Lamps.

Locations: Moscow [820]

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