Talk:Hidden Figures

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What Could You See Among Extras ?

The DVD release includes documentary with some footage reused from the movie like ...

McDonnell Aircraft Mercury spacecraft

Friendship 7 used for the third US human spaceflight on Mercury-Atlas 6 mission (February 20, 1962).
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... but too some unseen machines. They are :

Wright Flyer I

Well known picture of the first airplane flight, at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina; December 17, 1903.

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Hanriot-Clerget 50 ch

Reims, France 1911. First French military competition.

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Curtiss JN-4 Jenny

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Sperry Messenger

A Sperry Messenger mounted for testing in Langley's propeller research tunnel in 1927.

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North American P-51B Mustang

North American P-51B Mustang in the full-scale NACA wind tunnel, Langley, Virginia, United States.

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Little Joe rocket

Little Joe 1 launch vehicle with Mercury capsule, August 1959 (flight LJ-6).

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Explorer 17 satellite

Explorer 17 (also known as Atmosphere Explorer-A (AE-A) and S6) was the first United States satellite, launched on April 3, 1963.

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Chrysler Mercury Redstone

Mercury astronauts John H. Glenn Jr., Virgil I. Grissom and Alan B. Shepard Jr. standing by the Redstone rocket in their spacesuits.

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Sikorsky UH-60 Black Hawk

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So not only an interesting biographical film on the three heroines but too an eye catching for aviation and space amateur. LVCDC (talk) 13:09, 2 March 2018 (MST)