PROGRAMS IN VIDEO LIBRARY
All Videos are VHS. Any long tapes can be reserved for 2 months if you choose to show the video in
sections. Can be used by small groups easily that way. DO NOT copy any of the videos. Many are
801. Pikes Peak Pegmatites. 30 minutes. 1970 contest winner. Shows collecting area and the minerals
collected in the Florissant, Colorado, area. By Colorado Springs Mineralogical Society. Revision done by
the Colorado Springs Camera Club, 1993. See 57.
802. Cripple Creek, World's Greatest Gold Camp. 30 minutes. 1973 contest winner, revised 1993.
Tour of Cripple Creek area showing mining activities at the turn of the century and today. By Colorado
Springs Mineralogical Camera Club, Colorado Springs, CO. See 64.
803. Reading the Moons Secrets. 16 minutes. Produced by NASA. Discusses various questions about
the moon and exploration by astronauts.
804. Samples from the Moon. The Moon, an Emerging Planet. 30 minutes. 2 programs about moon
rocks. Produced by NASA. Covers scientific information about the moon and rocks collected on the
moon and brought back to earth.
* Videos 809 through 812 were purchased from The Denver Museum of Natural History, and have
been broadcast on PBS. The videos were produced by the Denver Museum of Natural History and
809. Silent Splendor. 30 minutes. Discovered in 1984, the exquisitely decorated cave passage known as
"Silent Splendor" is a rare and dazzling find. Delicate mineral formations called "beaded helectites"
found there may be the longest in the US. Share the cavers excitement as they relive the moment of
discovery and speculate about how these glistening crystals formed. Cave of the Winds, Colorado Springs,
CO. Spelunking only.
810. Lechuguilla Cave: the Hidden Giant. 30 minutes. Descend 1,000 feet into the depths of the Earth
with cavers to document the inner secrets of this cave. Giant gypsum crystals, huge apricot- colored
draperies and crystal clear, blue lakes ornament what may be the