April 14, 2015 saw a SpaceX 6 rocket take off for the International Space Station (ISS) with a projection screen as part of the payload. Because a 60” flat panel would cost thousands to transport when compared to that of a rolled up screen, Screen Innovations was asked to do this by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA): develop a flexible 60” screen with an exacting set of specifications.
July 20th is the 40th anniversary of the moonwalk, and no, this isn't another Michael Jackson blog.
Unless you've been living under a rock for the past few weeks, (or couldnt find this geeky news due to all the news coverage about another famous moon-walker), you might not have heard about the NASA soon-to-be released images of the restored historic Apollo 11 first man-on-the-moon footage.
Has anyone received footage from NASA that they requested? I've been trying since mid-February and my requests to three NASA employees were ignored. Bert Ulrich is supposed to be the starting point but he has not replied to my email or phone calls.