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Offline RedTail48

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Re: Trying to find Peter Hunter
« Reply #20 on: 08/03/2017 12:57 AM »
Okay Guys,

Lost control of myself and lashed out for a 1Tb DropBox at Oz$13.99 a month. I'll keep it up there until it's obvious all who are interested have downloaded copies.

Now uploading contents of Atlas and Thor-Delta DVDs.

It will take a while. When complete I'll advise here, with Links.

I'll also start a new Thread to make this availablility a bit more prominent.

My thanks to those who've responded privately with advice on this.

Peter.

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Re: Trying to find Peter Hunter
« Reply #21 on: 08/03/2017 02:01 AM »
Yes please Peter.

This forum section (Historical Space Flight). New thread for a specific collection. So for the above you can title it "Peter Hunter's Titan photo collection" <---I think it would be nice to have your name on it to make sure people know it's not just some collection someone's googled! :)

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Re: Trying to find Peter Hunter
« Reply #22 on: 08/03/2017 01:53 PM »
It would be very interesting to see the "Atlas-page" (and others)
http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=16100.msg372381#msg372381

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Re: Trying to find Peter Hunter
« Reply #23 on: 08/03/2017 04:13 PM »
I could go for those Thor/Delta pics because there's a definite lack of good quality ones online. They flew even more of those than Atlases and there were plenty of crazy flight failures over the years, some of which we've never seen pics/video of. For example, I've never seen video of Delta D134, just a few still images.

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Re: Trying to find Peter Hunter
« Reply #24 on: 08/03/2017 04:23 PM »
I could go for those Thor/Delta pics because there's a definite lack of good quality ones online. They flew even more of those than Atlases and there were plenty of crazy flight failures over the years, some of which we've never seen pics/video of. For example, I've never seen video of Delta D134, just a few still images.

They are here

https://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=31405.0

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Re: Trying to find Peter Hunter
« Reply #25 on: 08/03/2017 11:21 PM »
Hi,

Am opening up a new Thread now, called "Original Peter Hunter Collections" so I'll discontinue posting here.

Peter.

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Re: Trying to find Peter Hunter
« Reply #26 on: 08/04/2017 10:48 AM »

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Re: Trying to find Peter Hunter
« Reply #27 on: 08/04/2017 02:39 PM »
The Internet Archive, I expect, would be very happy to host a collection like this.  This would save Chris the issues this archive would present for public access.

https://archive.org/about/

It's right in the middle of their charter.

And it is a drop in their bucket (which is archiving the entire web).

And Brewster Kahle's a great guy, too.

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Re: Trying to find Peter Hunter
« Reply #28 on: 08/04/2017 02:42 PM »
The Internet Archive, I expect, would be very happy to host a collection like this.  This would save Chris the issues this archive would present for public access.

https://archive.org/about/

It's right in the middle of their charter.

And it is a drop in their bucket (which is archiving the entire web).

And Brewster Kahle's a great guy, too.

Oh, and I expect you could mail them a USB stick, and they would copy the bits in for you, saving lots of bandwidth and other hassle to get the images staged.

After all, they already digitize lots of books and videos; this would be duck soup for them.

Worth asking, anyway.
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