There's even a ride in GE's walking truck.

The Schenectady Museum recently launched a YouTube channel dedicated to a collection of more than 1,500 rare films from its General Electric archive. They range from advertising and educational shorts to raw footage of equipment tests and company picnics, and span nearly seven decades, from 1915 to 1983. You can watch Cardinals pitcher and Baseball Hall of Fame member Bob Gibson trying (and failing) to break GE’s impact resistant Lexan glass with a fastball, or listen to a “moon bounce,” when GE engineers reflected human voice off the moon and turned it into a communications satellite.

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