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Time capsule found. Time capsule home. Time capsule interview. Time capsule reset. Time capsule containers. Time capsules. Time capsule. Time capsule questions. Time capsule kit. Time capsule collection. Time capsule locations subnautica. Time capsule retreat. It was first buried in Salt Lake City, Utah in 1887, after being put together by a school run by Protestants who were dedicated to converting Mormons through education. When that school was demolished in 1959, the time capsule was uncovered. Someone opened it, but then left it at the school district office, where it sat in a closet for years. It was finally unveiled publicly Wednesday, during an event at Utah's Division of Archives and Records. Inside there was kind of a little bit of everything: newspapers, a list of the church's members, photographs, a student autograph book. There were even small items like a button, ribbons and a pebble. And. a single pristine stick of gum in its original wrapping. "It appears that. people were able to just drop things in at the very end. said Alan Barnett, the local government archivist who led the public unveiling. That provided people a chance to "contribute a piece of themselves. he told CNN. The capsule tells the story of early education in Utah, and some of the conflict between Mormons and non-Mormons, he said. But it also goes deeper, in showing the ways people want themselves and their work to be remembered, Barnett said. "I think that's what time capsules are about. he said. "It's a way of perpetuating the memory of what they felt was really important work, of educating and converting Mormons...

Time capsule box. Time capsule apple. Airport time capsule. Time capsules can be pretty boring. But time capsule nerds like me live for those rare capsules with something really cool inside. This year we saw time capsules filled with the weird, the rare, and the surprising. One thing that so many of 2015s time capsules had in common: Lots of booze. So without further ado, here are the ten coolest time capsules of 2015. It was a pretty good year for time capsules. Arguably it wasnt as cool as 2013, when they dug up the long lost Steve Jobs time capsule, but it was still pretty swell. Art by Sam Woolley 10. The 71-year-old punchline capsule The residents of Lebanon, New Hampshire, recently discovered a time capsule hidden under the steps of their City Hall. Dated 1944, the capsule was in the form of a brown whiskey bottle. But sadly, there wasnt any whiskey inside. Instead, it seems like it was just the set-up for a punchline 71 years in the making. The time capsule was placed there by former city surveyor Samuel Stevens, who has since passed away. And the note that he included, along with a lone penny and some newspaper clippings, apologized for the lack of whiskey. “Whoever finds this bottle may keep it, ” the note from June 10, 1944 read. “Sorry there is no liquor in it, but I drank it all up. ” The note said that Stevens had hidden other whiskey bottles all around town. But for all we know that might be another joke that Stevens was playing on the future. Good joke, Sam. Youve got to hand it to a guy who delivers a punchline from beyond the grave. Read the full story. Images via YouTube 9. The artillery shell and the case of the missing brandy Volunteers at the American Legion Post 76 in Arlington, Washington, finally decided that the artillery shell sitting in the lobby should probably get glued down. But they were surprised to find out that the shell was actually a time capsule from 1934. They were also surprised to find that someone had gotten to it first. Whoever it was left a note: “Thank you for the brandy. ” There were plenty of other items in the shell, including a trove of documents, magazines, a menu from a local hotel, and a trench lighter from World War I. But it seems 2015 was the year for alcoholic pranksters. Hats off to this anonymous time capsule drinker. Next time, leave a little left for the next guy. Its just good time capsule etiquette. Photos by Kirk Boxleitner/Arlington Times 8. Message in a bottle returned 44 years later On January 15, 1971 a young boy in Carlisle, England chucked a glass bottle in the North Sea. It contained a note scrawled in blue pen with the boys name, the date, and his address. Forty-four years later that bottle was found, washed up in Scotland. And after a bit of internet research, the bottle was returned to its creator. There have been plenty of old time capsules discovered over the years. But few make their way back to the person who created them. Especially after four decades. Without the help of the internet (and Facebook in particular in this case) the vacationing couple who found the old bottle probably never wouldve found its creator. Or if they had, it wouldve been quickly adapted into a 1980s Lifetime movie. Either way, thank you Internet—this is one of the few times this year that you proved not to be total garbage. Images via Facebook 7. Paul Reveres own time capsule from 1795 Back in January construction crews in Boston made an amazing discovery: A time capsule from 1795. Not only was the capsule nearly as old as the United States itself, it was created by some pretty famous Americans. The capsule was first interred in a cornerstone by Revere and Samuel Adams in 1795, and many news outlets played up the idea that the contents were a complete mystery. Except that they werent. Because it was already opened at least once before back in 1855. Sure, it may have only been some newspapers and coins—but they were really old newspapers and coins. The contents of the capsule now rest in the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. Newspapers from the cornerstone capsule can be seen below on the left. The silver plaque inscribed by Paul Revere himself is on the right. Read the full story here and here. Images via Getty 6. The century-old whisky bottle time capsule Construction crews in Scotland discovered a time capsule from 1894 this year containing a bottle of alcohol. And unlike the artillery shell capsule in Washington and the empty bottle capsule in New Hampshire, this one actually had some whisky in it. The capsule, a rusted metal box that is clearly showing its age, was found inside a cornerstone in the Ruthven Road bridge just outside of a town called Kingussie. And, of course, the box contains plenty of the things weve come to expect from time capsules, like old newspapers and even a paper scroll. But the whiskey is obviously the real wild card. “The changes which have occurred since it was placed there are extraordinary, ” Robert Ogg of the construction company working on the bridge told the BBC. “If you think that the bridge was being used by horses back then, it gives you a sense of the time which has passed. ” Okay, so now you time capsule nerds are faced with a question. When finally confronted with a time capsule with actual alcohol, would you drink it? Even if it was 121 years old? Either way, Im inclined to call you a liar. Photos via Highland Folk Museum 5. The Napa Valley earthquake capsule The Napa Valley region experienced a devastating earthquake in 2014 that left one person dead and about 200 injured. Some buildings were severely damaged and as part of repairs to the Napa County Courthouse, construction crews dug up a staircase. And what did they find? A time capsule from 1979. “It wasnt one of those steel box affairs, but rather an assortment of ephemera from the courts during that period; business cards, newspaper clippings, matchbooks, two live rounds of ammunition, and a bottle of rosé, ” John Thill from the Napa County Library told me. “Since 1979 was only a few years after the Paris Judgement that brought Napa wine to prominence, the high-end wine industry was only just getting started, ” Thill said. As for the two live rounds of ammunition? Thill speculates that it was perhaps a bailiff at the courthouses contribution to the capsule. But time capsule nerds are again confronted with the hypothetical question: Would you drink the wine? Frankly, since it wasnt exactly high quality stuff even in 1979, you probably wouldnt have wanted to drink it when the time capsule was sealed either. But its still a pretty cool find, despite the macabre circumstances of the earthquake. Images via John Thill 4. The oldest message in a bottle ever discovered Back in April, a retired postal worker named Marianne Winkler discovered a message in a bottle that had washed up on a German beach—and her find may be the oldest message in a bottle ever recovered. Between 1904 and 1906, George Parker Bidder, a researcher for the UK Marine Biological Association (pictured above) tossed about a thousand bottles into the North Sea. Bidder was studying ocean currents and each bottle contained a note inside promising a small reward (one shilling) for anyone who mailed it back. The note included a survey in English, German and Dutch that would help researchers learn when and where the bottle was found. When Winkler and her husband found the bottle this past spring, they followed the century-old instructions inside and mailed the survey and bottle to the Marine Biological Association. Needless to say, researchers at the organization were shocked. But its tough to say whether this one is the oldest. A number of incredibly old bottles with messages have been found in the past couple years. Back in 2013, a beachcomber in British Columbia, Canada found a message in a bottle from 1906—107 years old. And just last year, fishermen off the coast of Germany found a message in a bottle from 1913—101 years old. If this latest find was from 1906 it would be roughly 108 years old. But we may never know for sure. Images via Marine Biological Association 3. The 1950s mental hospital film Construction crews in Indiana were shocked to discover a time capsule from 1958 at a former mental hospital. The most exciting part? It contains a film with a message to the future–a message about electroshock therapy and psychiatric drugs. Frustratingly, much of the audio from the film has been lost. What were they saying in the damaged parts of the film? Thats lost to history. But we do know that they were very aware that they were speaking to the future. And they were optimistic that psychiatry would have progressed considerably by the time that the capsule was opened. When the psychiatrists of the future open this time capsule, only they will be able to tell how well weve solved our treatment problems, not only today but in the future. We are sincerely appreciative. inaudible. ll have cameras at that time that they can run this film. Most time capsules dont have films, let alone ones that talk directly to the people of the future, so this was a pretty cool find. Screenshot via YouTube 2. The 19th century telescope factory time capsule Back in March crews were demolishing a former telescope factory in Pittsburgh and were surprised to find a 19th century time capsule in the cornerstone. The capsule included what they claimed was “one of the first pieces of optical glass made in America. ” You can see this remarkable item pictured above. The time capsule included the photo below, dated August 1894, showing workers from the Brashear Telescope Factory. The Brashear Company, founded by astronomer Dr. John A. Brashear, manufactured not only telescopes but other scientific equipment from the 1880s until the early 20th century. By the 1940s the building was being used to make bombsights for the U. S. military. While most time capsules have little more than a few newspapers, some photographs, and maybe a book or two, this one also contains some pretty unique items from the 1890s. Top photo by Al Paslow 1. The MIT time capsule for the year 2957 This time capsule from MIT might not be the oldest, but its certainly one of the coolest discoveries of the year. When construction crews began digging to construct a new building at MIT they had no idea theyd find a time capsule. Which is why they inadvertently cracked the large glass capsule when it was first uncovered. But now the folks at MIT plan to restore the 1957 time-traveling tube, and since the directions clearly state that it shouldnt be opened until 2957, MIT might even rebury it soon. “The tentative decision is to repair/reseal the current capsule which was cracked during the excavation, ” Deborah Douglas, the Director of Collections at MIT told me over email. “Contrary to some reports, the capsule has not been opened but it does have a crack, which means that the contents are now exposed to the atmosphere. ” Those contents were expertly sealed using blowtorches and by filling the glass container with argon gas. The tube includes everything from the boring things youd expect like newspaper clippings, a university mug, and some coins. But it also has some weird and wonderful 1950s cutting-edge tech like a cryotron and a vial of penicillin. Definitely one of the coolest capsules of the year, even if it wont be opened properly until the year 2957. Images via MIT.

A time capsule is a historic cache of goods or information, usually intended as a deliberate method of communication with future people, and to help future archaeologists, anthropologists, or historians. [2] The preservation of holy relics dates back for millennia, but the practice of preparing and preserving a collection of everyday artifacts and messages to the future appears to be a more recent practice. Time capsules are sometimes created and buried during celebrations such as a world's fair, a cornerstone laying for a building, or at other ceremonies. Early examples [ edit] It is widely debated when time capsules were first used, but the concept is fairly simple, and the idea and first use of time capsules could be much older than is currently documented. [3] The term "time capsule" appears to be a relatively recent coinage dating from 1938. [4] Around 1761, some dated artifacts were placed inside the hollow copper grasshopper weathervane, itself dating from 1742, atop historic Faneuil Hall in Boston. [5] A time capsule dating to 1777 was discovered within a religious statue in Sotillo de la Ribera. [6] A time capsule was discovered in November 30, 2017, in Burgos, Spain. A wooden statue of Jesus Christ had hidden inside it a document with economic, political and cultural information, written by Joaquín Mínguez, chaplain of the Cathedral of Burgo de Osma in 1777. [7] A Revolutionary-era time capsule, dating to 1795 and credited to Samuel Adams and Paul Revere, was temporarily removed in 2014 from the cornerstone of the Massachusetts State House in Boston. [8] It had been previously opened in 1855, and some new items had been added before it was reinstalled. [8] It was ceremonially reopened in January 2015 at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, with specific restrictions on media coverage, to preserve the fragile artifacts. [9] The contents were displayed there briefly, and then reinstalled in their original location. [8] 10] It is the oldest known time capsule in the United States. 20th century [ edit] In 1901, a time capsule was placed inside the head of the copper lion ornamenting the Old State House in Boston. It was opened in 2014, during repairs to the sculpture and building, with plans to add new artifacts and reinstall it in its original location. [11] The Detroit Century Box, a brainchild of Detroit mayor William C. Maybury, was created on December 31, 1900, and scheduled to be opened 100 years later. It was filled with photographs and letters from 56 prominent residents describing life in 1900 and making predictions for the future, and included a letter by Maybury to the mayor of Detroit in 2000. The capsule was opened by city officials on December 31, 2000, in a ceremony presided over by mayor Dennis Archer. [12] 13] The Crypt of Civilization (1936) at Oglethorpe University, intended to be opened in 8113, is claimed to be the first "modern" time capsule, although it was not called one at the time. George Edward Pendray is responsible for coining the term time capsule. [14] 15] During the socialist period in the USSR, many time capsules were buried with messages to a future communist society. [16] The 1939 New York World's Fair time capsule was created by Westinghouse as part of their exhibit. It was 90 inches (2. 3 metres) long, with an interior diameter of 6. 5 inches (16 cm) and weighed 800 pounds (360 kg. Westinghouse named the copper, chromium, and silver alloy " cupaloy. claiming it had the same strength as mild steel. It contained everyday items such as a spool of thread and doll, a book of record [17] description of the capsule and its creators) a vial of staple food crop seeds, a microscope, and a 15-minute RKO Pathé Pictures newsreel. Microfilm spools condensed the contents of a Sears Roebuck catalog, dictionary, almanac, and other texts. The 1939 time capsule was followed in 1965 by a second capsule at the same site, but 10 feet (3. 0 m) to the north of the original. Both capsules are buried 50 feet (15 m) below Flushing Meadows Park, site of the Fair. Both the 1939 and 1965 Westinghouse Time Capsules are meant to be opened in 6939. More recently, in 1985, Westinghouse created a smaller, Plexiglas shell to be buried beneath the New York Marriott Marquis hotel, in the heart of New York's theater district. However, this time capsule was never put in place. citation needed] There is documentation of at least three physical time capsules at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Cambridge, Massachusetts, as well as a "virtual" or digital time capsule. [5] As of 2019, four time capsules are "buried" in space. The two Pioneer Plaques and the two Voyager Golden Records have been attached to spacecraft for the possible benefit of spacefarers in the distant future. A fifth time capsule, the KEO satellite, was scheduled to be launched in 2015–16. [18] However, it has been delayed several times and an actual launch date has not been given. After launch, it will carry individual messages from Earth's inhabitants addressed to earthlings around the year 52, 000, when it is due to return to Earth. As of July 2019, the satellite had not been launched. The International Time Capsule Society was created in 1990 to maintain a global database of all known time capsules. Criticism [ edit] According to time capsule historian William Jarvis, most intentional time capsules usually do not provide much useful historical information: they are typically filled with "useless junk" new and pristine in condition, that tells little about the people of the time. [19] Many time capsules today contain only artifacts of limited value to future historians. Historians suggest that items which describe the daily lives of the people who created them, such as personal notes, pictures, and documents, would greatly increase the value of the time capsule to future historians. If time capsules have a museum -like goal of preserving the culture of a particular time and place for study, they fulfill this goal very poorly in that they, by definition, are kept sealed for a particular length of time. Subsequent generations between the launch date and the target date will have no direct access to the artifacts and therefore these generations are prevented from learning from the contents directly. Therefore, time capsules can be seen, in respect to their usefulness to historians, as dormant museums, their releases timed for some date so far in the future that the building in question is no longer intact. [19] Historians also concede that there are many preservation issues surrounding the selection of the media to transmit this information to the future. [19] Some of these issues include the obsolescence of technology and the deterioration of electronic and magnetic storage media (known as the digital dark age) and possible language problems if the capsule is dug up in the distant future. Many buried time capsules are lost, as interest in them fades and the exact location is forgotten, or they are destroyed within a few years by groundwater. Archives and archival materials, including videos, might be the best types of time capsules, as long as the medium can still be used, or the data can be read by the latest technologies and software. citation needed] Cultural references [ edit] The 1947 docudrama The Beginning or the End is a semi-historical account of the creation of the first atomic bomb during World War II. The film begins with staged newsreel footage of the scientists and officers involved in the project (played by actors) burying a time capsule in Redwood National Forest in California. The capsule contained a copy of the film, along with a projector to view it on, and instructions for its operation set on a metal sheet. The purpose of the capsule was in line with the film's title, about whether humanity will destroy itself now that it has the ability to, or whether it will rise above war as a whole and come together to use nuclear power for greater purposes. The film can be seen as an example of Cold War propaganda. [20] The 2009 dramatic film Knowing involves a time capsule being placed in the ground by an elementary school in 1959. After staring into the sun, a girl begins to hear voices and later begins to frantically write an incoherent set of numbers down onto a page that she is supposed to be writing a letter to a student in the future with. The capsule is sealed and opened in 2009 where the character John Koestler realizes that the list of numbers correlates to the dates and death tolls of major disasters, such as the September 11 attacks, the Lockerbie bombing, and other events resulting in mass death which occurred after the time capsule was buried, after his son Caleb Koestler receives the letter and brings it home. Artists such as Andy Warhol, Christian Boltanski, and Louise Bourgeois are known for compiling collections of everyday artifacts that they associate with memories of the past, which are preserved in museums and archives. [21] Personal and domestic time capsules [ edit] Commercially-manufactured sealable containers are sold for protection of personal time capsules; some of the more durable waterproof containers used for geocaching may also be suitable. Many underground time capsules are destroyed by groundwater infiltration after short periods of time; 22] caches stored within the wall cavities of buildings can survive as long as the building is used and maintained. In 2016, the art collective Ant Farm displayed a show, The Present Is the Form of All Life: The Time Capsules of Ant Farm and LST, at the art center Pioneer Works, in Brooklyn, New York. The artists had previous experiences with failed time capsules, and were now exploring "digital time capsules" as a more durable form of preservation. [23] They have said, Weve come to understand that the best way to preserve digital media is to distribute it. 23] Researchers have started to study methods of preserving digital data in forms that will still be usable in the distant future. [24] See also [ edit] Further reading [ edit] William Jarvis (2002. Time Capsules: A Cultural History. Jefferson, N. C. McFarland & Co., 2003, ISBN   0-7864-1261-5 Janet Reinhold (1993, 2000. A Sampling of Time Capsule Contents. Covina, Ca. Future Packaging & Preservation, 2000, ISBN   1-891406-30-2 Larry Richard Clark (2010. Time Capsules: the Why, the How, the Where. ISBN   978-1452882567 M. Guzman, A. M. Hein, C. Welch, Eternal Memory: Long-Duration Storage Concepts for Space" 66th International Astronautical Congress, Jerusalem, Israel References [ edit] "HELIUM MONUMENT. Amarillo, Texas, USA: Don Harrington Discovery Center. Retrieved November 30, 2008. ^ M. Welch, Eternal Memory: Long-Duration Storage Concepts for Space" 66th International Astronautical Congress, Jerusalem, Israel... Rustic Stone" article Monday, October 1st, 2012: All about Time Capsules and Plaque Markers. Retrieved November 6, 2012. ^ time capsule. Merriam-Webster. Merriam-Webster, Incorporated. Retrieved 2019-04-29. ^ a b "A Lion, A Grasshopper And Other Boston Time Capsules. WBUR 90. 9. WBUR. October 9, 2014. Retrieved 2019-04-29. ^ Hallan una «cápsula del tiempo» oculta en una talla del siglo XVIII. abc. November 27, 2017. Retrieved April 14, 2019... Time Capsule' Found in Jesus Statue—Where You Wouldn't Expect. December 4, 2017. Retrieved January 7, 2018. ^ a b c "Inside the Box. MFA: Museum of Fine Arts Boston. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. 23 February 2015. Retrieved 2019-05-02. ^ Media Advisory: Time Capsule Unveiling at Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. 23 December 2014. Retrieved 2019-04-29. ^ Conlon, Kevin (December 11, 2014. Paul Revere's 1795 time capsule unearthed. CNN. ^ Century-Old Time Capsule From Old State House Lion Opened. Retrieved 2019-04-29. ^ On-call Requests: Time capsule questions the future. December 2008. Archived from the original on June 19, 2013. ^ DHSdigital (12 October 2012. Future Friday: Century Box Prophecies... ^ Princeton University Library - G. Edward Pendray Papers, 1829-1981 (bulk 1923-1971. Archived from the original on March 29, 2010. Retrieved June 28, 2008. ^ New York Times, August 19, 1938, page 21 ^ Time Capsule Found Under Lenin Statue. The Moscow Times. July 19, 2012. Retrieved October 7, 2019. ^ Westinghouse electric corporation] Frederic W. Goudy Collection (Library of Congress) DLC (April 14, 2019. The book of record of the time capsule of cupaloy, deemed capable of resisting the effects of time for five thousand years, preserving an account of universal achievements, embedded in the grounds of the New York World's fair, 1939. New York. Retrieved April 14, 2019 – via Internet Archive. ^ Les dates de KEO. Retrieved December 7, 2014. ^ a b c William Jarvis (2002) "The Beginning or The End. LIFE. March 17, 1947. pp. 75–. ISSN   0024-3019. ^ Bliss, Louise. "Containers of remembering: the creative practices of collecting memory objects. Retrieved 2019-05-02. ^ A University Just Opened A 25-Year-Old Time Capsule—And The Contents Are Peak 1993. George Takei. 29 October 2018. Retrieved 2019-05-02. ^ a b Budds, Diana (13 September 2016. Building A Time Capsule For The Digital Age. Fast Company. Retrieved 2019-05-02. ^ Petrelli, Daniela. "There is more in personal heritage than data. ACM Interactions. Association for Computing Machinery. Retrieved 2019-05-02. External links [ edit] Smithsonian article on Time Capsules, guidelines Heritage Time Capsule's Congressional Time Capsule 2009 The book of record of the time capsule of Cupaloy — New York World's fair 1939, scanned book via Internet Archive The future of the future - Seattle Weekly Genesis Landing Site Monument Installation Andy Warhol's Time Capsule 21 Blanton Museum Time Capsule (circa 2003) Tips for building a time capsule from the International Time Capsule Society New York Times Capsule in NYC The Jubilee Time Capsule - The Royal Commonwealth Society 's Jubilee Time Capsule to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee in 2012. Time Capsule of 1905 City of Palatka Florida.

When you think of a time capsule you might think of something buried for decades or even a hundred years, but just stepping back as far as the mid-1990s can offer up a surprising peek into the past – as students at Shenandoah University in Virginia just found out. Maybe you weren't born in 1993, or maybe it seems like only yesterday, but the grand opening of the time capsule shows a lot has changed in the past 25 years. Some of the ancient treasures picked out of the box include a cassette tape (popular for storing audio and music in the 1990s) bookmarks, comic books, a yearbook, a newspaper, photographs and various other odds and ends. One of the photos dug up (below) shows three Shenandoah University students on a choir group tour of Switzerland in 1991, with the hairstyles the most obvious giveaway of the date. (Shenandoah University) The capsule even included some Beatles records on vinyl – not released in 1993 of course, but presumably valuable possessions for the class of 1993 at Shenandoah. One student called Tobie also included audio and words from his recital – although we don't know what Tobie is up to now. As tends to be the case with a lot of time capsules, moisture had damaged plenty of the objects hidden away, particularly anything involving paper – the 1993 yearbook looked to be pretty much mush, though the university presumably has copies that weren't buried. Meanwhile a printed playlist from Shenandoah University radio in 1993 includes such hits as "Twist And Shout" by the Beatles, Fast Car" by Tracy Chapman, Thriller" by Michael Jackson, Jane's Got A Gun" by Aerosmith, and "Another One Bites The Dust" by Queen. TV listings included in the capsule feature the likes of Saved By The Bell and Baywatch, as well as the series finale of The Wonder Years (which aired on 12 May 1993. Other treasures found in the box include a pack of condoms (expired March 1997) a Shenandoah University parking permit, a stone hippo ornament and a student ID. Perhaps most poignant are the notes left by students detailing where they see themselves in 2018: married with children, mostly, performing in the arts, and in one case travelling the world in opera houses. We don't know if these dreams came true, but let's hope so. The capsule also included a toy dinosaur – a nod to the imminent release of the first Jurassic Park in cinemas. If you need any more context for 1993, Bill Clinton was in the White House (from January) and the biggest selling song of the year in the US was "I Will Always Love You" by Whitney Houston. In science, 1993 was the year the Hubble Space Telescope got an optics upgrade, Intel shipped its first Pentium chips, and the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine was awarded to Richard J. Roberts and Philip A. Sharp for their work on split genes. And if you're keen to check out more time capsules, check out the findings from this 1968 one: a collection of rather cute letters from kids at school, talking about their favourite hobbies and their hopes for the future. Highlights of the time capsule opening ceremony can be seen in the YouTube clip below – a platform which was some 12 years away from launching back in 1993.

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Time capsule manual. Time capsule acnl. 1. The 1876 Century Safe The Century Safe, c. 1876. (Credit: Kean Collection/Getty Images) The worlds first planned time capsule debuted in 1876, when New York magazine publisher Anna Deihm assembled a “Century Safe” at the U. S. Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia. The iron box was stuffed with 19th century relics including a gold pen and inkstand, a book on temperance, a collection of Americans signatures, and snapshots of President Ulysses S. Grant and other politicians taken by photographer  Mathew Brady. After being sealed in 1879, the purple velvet-lined safe was taken to the U. Capitol and eventually left to languish under the East Portico. Though nearly forgotten, it was later rediscovered, restored and unlocked on schedule in July 1976 during the nations bicentennial festivities. At a ceremony attended by President Gerald Ford, Senator Mike Mansfield said the opening had honored “the wish of a lady who sought to speak to us from the other side of a 100-year gulf. ” 2. The Massachusetts State House Time Capsule Hatchfield holding the 1652 “Pine Tree Shilling” found in the capsule The United States oldest known time capsule was the work of none other than Samuel Adams and Paul Revere. In late 2014, repairmen fixing a water leak at the Massachusetts State House uncovered a brass box that the two former Sons of Liberty had placed in a cornerstone to mark the buildings construction back in 1795. It had already been opened once in 1855 for cleaning and the addition of new artifacts, and historians were initially unsure if its contents had survived intact. When it was finally unsealed in 2015, however, it was found to contain a trove of preserved artifacts including newspapers, coins dating back to the 1600s, a page from the Massachusetts Colony Records and a copper medal with an image of “General of the American Army”  George Washington. Most exciting of all was a silver plaque—most likely the work of Revere—that read, “This cornerstone of a building intended for the use of the legislative and executive branches of the government of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts was laid by his Excellency Samuel Adams, Esquire, governor of the said Commonwealth. ” 3. The Crypt of Civilization Contents of the Crypt of Civilization. Most time capsules contain only a few trinkets or letters, but Oglethorpe Universitys “Crypt of Civilization” represents an audacious attempt to preserve all of human knowledge for posterity. The project was the brainchild of the universitys president, Thornwell Jacobs, who believed it might serve as a valuable record for archaeologists in the distant future. Beginning in 1937, he converted an underground 20-by-10 chamber in the administration building into a museum of civilization filled with everything from 640, 000 pages of microfilmed books and religious texts to an early television, a container of beer and a set of toy Lincoln Logs. The vault even features a special “language integrator” to help teach English to whoever might find it. The entire haul was welded off behind an airtight stainless steel door during a ceremony in May 1940. Jacobs decreed that it should remain closed for 6, 177 years—the same amount of time that was then thought to have passed since the beginning of recorded history. The Crypt remains at Oglethorpe University to this day, and is now more than 75 years into its long journey to the year 8113 A. D. 4. The Westinghouse Time Capsules Monument to the Westinghouse time capsules. (Credit: Gary Dunaier/Wikimedia Commons) During the future-themed 1939 New York Worlds Fair, the Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company entombed a torpedo-shaped cylinder inside a 50-foot-deep “Immortal Well” on the fairgrounds in Flushing Meadows. The cylinder was originally called a “time bomb, ” but the name was changed after a Westinghouse publicist coined the now-famous term “time capsule. ” Another capsule was placed nearby in 1965, and both are now scheduled for opening in the year 6939 A. — 5, 000 years after the first one was buried. The items inside the two capsules include a collection of seeds, metals and textiles; microfilm and newsreels; and everyday items such as a Beatles record, a bikini, a pack of Camel cigarettes and a plastic childs cup featuring Mickey Mouse. The 1939 capsule also featured a letter from physicist Albert Einstein, who praised the scientific progress of his age but also added that, “People living in different countries kill each other at irregular time intervals, so that also for this reason any one who thinks about the future must live in fear and terror. ” 5. The Detroit Century Box Detroit City Hall, c. 1901. Shortly after the clocks struck midnight on January 1, 1901, Mayor William C. Maybury sealed a copper time capsule at Detroits Old City Hall and proclaimed that it was not to be touched for 100 years. When Detroit Mayor Dennis Archer finally opened the “Century Box” in December 2000, it was found to contain several dozen letters to the future written by the citys business and political leaders. Most of the missives included descriptions of the wonders of 1900 Detroit along with musings on what life in 21st century might be like. “How much faster are you traveling? ” Maybury asked his future successor. “We talk by long distance telephone to the remotest cities in our own country…Are you talking with foreign lands and to the islands of the sea by the same method? ” Other prognosticators were not so accurate. A few speculated that Canada would be annexed or that Ontario would become a U. state, and the Metropolitan Police Commissioners wrote that, “prisoners instead of being conveyed to the several police stations in Automobile patrol wagons will be sent through pneumatic tubes, flying machines, or some similar process. ” 6. The Expo 70 Time Capsule Expo 70 Capsule site in Osaka. (Credit: Bzgru/Wikimedia Commons) 1939 wasnt the only year that a worlds fair included an ambitious time capsule project. For the 1970 Expo in Osaka, Japan, the electronics giant Panasonic constructed a kettle-shaped capsule designed to remain unopened for 5, 000 years. The main container was filled with a protective layer of inert argon gas to protect its contents, but the project leaders also built a second “control” capsule that will be periodically opened, inspected and cleaned to ensure its survival and help keep the projects memory alive. The first opening already took place in 2000, and the rest will occur at intervals of 100 years. In total, each capsule contains a cargo of 2, 098 culturally significant objects, many of them suggested by the public. If the two capsules endure until the planned opening date of 6970 A. D., their future owners will find an extensive collection of films, seeds and microorganisms as well as a ceremonial kimono, a Slinky and even the blackened fingernail of a survivor of the 1945 Hiroshima atomic bombing. 7. The Juneau Time Capsule Credit: Frances Wolfson/Archive Photos/Getty Images Juneau, Alaskas Federal Building includes an unusual attraction in the form a room-sized time capsule fitted with a plate glass observation window. First closed off in 1994, the 9-by-6 foot chamber is packed with thousands of pieces of memorabilia scrounged by locals as part of a citywide project. Many of the objects are everyday relics of the 90s—a Wonderbra, a Sony Walkman, a Barbie doll—but there are also old drivers licenses, family mementos and a box containing menus from all of Juneaus restaurants. The vault also includes hundreds of letters written by schoolchildren to the students of the future. Copies of the notes were put on display several years later, but the originals will remain sealed off until New Years Eve 2094—the date when the capsule is scheduled to be opened after 100 years. “If you want to include me in your history book as the best fifth grader in the year 1994-1995, ” one student wrote, “go ahead and do it. ” 8. The Future Library Credit: Getty Images Scottish artist Katie Patersons Future Library is a literary time capsule that will be a century in the making. Starting in 2014, a new author will be invited to submit a novel, poem or other written text to the project each year for 100 years. In 2114, the entire collection will be published all at once—no doubt posthumously for many of its contributors. A forest of 1, 000 trees has already been planted outside Oslo, Norway to supply the paper for the printing. None of the entries will be available to read until the project is complete, however, and the writers are forbidden to reveal anything about their works other than the title. Canadian novelist Margaret Atwood submitted the first manuscript, called “Scribbler Moon, ” in 2014, and British author David Mitchell provided the second the following year. Their manuscripts, along with 98 forthcoming titles from other writers, will be held in a public library in Oslo until their official unveiling in the 22nd century.

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Time capsule king lil g. Time capsule clip art. Time capsule images. Time capsule for kids. Time capsule opened. Time capsule 2tb. We made you a personalized playlist with songs to take you back in time to your teenage years. Bring on the memories with 2 hours of iconic throwback tracks — all picked just for you. Get Playlist. This is a list of time capsules. The International Time Capsule Society estimates there are between 10, 000 and 15, 000 time capsules worldwide. [1] By country [ edit] Australia [ edit] Historical [ edit] On 29 September 1896, when the Perth Observatory foundation was laid, the occasion was attended by Sir John Forrest and other notable dignitaries. Several items of importance were placed in a 'leaden box' sealed and deposited in a cavity beneath the foundation stone. The local press reported the event and mentioned here since " Röntgen rays tubes, and a description of the process, together with specimen photographs" donated by X-ray pioneer William John Hancock were included in the cache. [2] This is the first known instance of a time capsule in Western Australia, and in Australia. Also in Western Australia, in celebration of the laying of the foundation stone of the Northam Railway Institute on 28 July 1897, laid by Mrs. Ann Throssell, the wife of the Commissioner of Crown Lands and local MP George Throssell, a bottle containing two copies of the Northam Advertiser newspaper and several coins was laid in a cavity beneath the foundation stone. [3] Contemporary [ edit] In celebration of its golden jubilee, Epping Boys High School of Sydney buried a time capsule in the foyer of its library, in 2007, to be unearthed in the centenary year. A previous time capsule was buried in 1982 to celebrate the silver jubilee. The town of Cowra in central Western New South Wales contained a time capsule which was buried near a sculpture of an eagle in the park not far from the town's information center. The capsule was opened in the year 2000 on an unspecified date, although the sculpture remains, there is no mention of the time capsule once buried there. A time capsule is also located at Nailsworth Primary School in South Australia, being planted in 2001 to be opened in 2025, this capsule was planted to replace the 1977 capsule opened the same year. [4] A time capsule is also present on the grounds of Melbourne High school in Victoria. citation needed] A time capsule on Canberra 's City Hill was unveiled on 11 March 2013 to commemorate the city's centenary. It is to be unsealed in 2113. [5] On 22 February 2018, the Sunshine Coast Council concluded its celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the Naming of the Sunshine Coast by burying a historic time capsule. [6] The capsule contains a number of reports, documents, and objects from the year previous, and a letter from Mayor Mark Jamieson and 2017 Young Citizen of the Year, Jak Hardy, who was appointed its guardian through to 2067. [7] Austria [ edit] Memory of Mankind in Hallstatt. Bermuda [ edit] In celebration of its 150th corporate anniversary, Bacardi Limited installed a 1. 82m x 0. 30m stainless steel time capsule, encased in a granite cap and cement pedestal, in front of the Bacardi worldwide headquarters in Bermuda. The capsule was placed in December 2012 and is intended to be opened in 2062, at the company's 200th anniversary. [8] Canada [ edit] On July 26, 1830 a formal procession and ceremony took place to deposit coins and bottled newspapers into a carved hollow of the cornerstone of the new courthouse building at Harbor Grace, NL. Witnessed by more than 1000 residents and dignitaries, several symbolic items (corn, oil, wine) were poured over the stone. [9] The Harbour Grace Court House is the oldest surviving public building in Newfoundland and one of the National Historic Sites of Canada. A geologist left a bottled message in 1959 in a cairn on Ward Hunt Island (83N latitude) allowing its finders in 2013 to determine that a nearby glacier had retreated over 200 feet in 54 years. [10] Inside the head of the World's Largest Axe in Nackawic, New Brunswick. [11] 6 Feet underground in the Chinook Centre in Calgary, Alberta; to be opened on December 31, 2999. [12] 1234 Main Street, Moncton, New Brunswick [ citation needed] Inside Joseph Salter memorial, Main Street, Moncton, New Brunswick [ citation needed] Inside the CN Tower, in Toronto, Ontario. To be opened at the 100-year anniversary in 2076. [13] Chile [ edit] A privately funded time capsule, buried in front of the former city hall of Puerto Montt in October 2010, to be opened by February 2053. The Cápsula Bicentenario (Bicentennial Capsule) a publicly funded capsule created to conmemorate the 200th anniversary of Chile, was buried in 29 September 2010 at the Plaza de Armas in Santiago. It is set to be opened in 18 September 2110. [14] France [ edit] Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial. Iceland [ edit] Erected in 2014, the monument is located in Reykjavik, Iceland, has of three differently shaped 15 feet tall spires, two made of stone and one metal center pillar. [15] India [ edit] Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi had buried a time capsule outside one of the gate of Red Fort complex, The Indira Gandhi government named this time capsule "Kalpaatra" Delhi containing post-independence history of India on 15 August 1972 amid political opposition. It was scheduled to be opened after 1000 years. The next Janata government unearthed it in 1977 but its contents were never made public and were lost. [16] 17] 18] 19] A time capsule was buried in the presence of the President of India near the auditorium of IIT Kanpur on 6 March 2010. [20] 21] Mahatma Mandir, Gandhinagar containing the history of Indian state of Gujarat marking the 50 years of its foundation. Installed in 2010. [22] 23] Alexandra Girls' English Institution, a school in Fort, South Mumbai buried a time capsule in 2014, scheduling it to be opened on 1 September 2062, on the bi-centennial anniversary of the school. [24] Under the flag holding of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, a time-capsule was buried in the premises of Lovely Professional University, a University located in Jalandhar, Punjab on the second day of Indian National Congress dated 4 January 2019. The occasion was attended by Nobel laureates, including biochemist Avram Hershko and physicist Duncan Haldane. They lowered a 8x8 time capsule-box made of aluminium and wood with a glass door. 10 feet into the ground. A smart phone, landline telephone, VCR, stereo player, stop watch, computer parts like hard disk, mouse, laptop, central processing unit, a motherboard, hard disk with the latest documentaries and movies, a camera, science-text books and scientific equipment like rheostat, refrectorscope and double microscope are some of the things that will remain buried for 100 years. The area where the capsule has been buried would be cemented and earmarked. Israel [ edit] A time capsule was installed under Eretz Israel Museum in Tel Aviv at 30 December 1999. It is scheduled to be opened 100 years later. citation needed] Kazakhstan [ edit] In Aktau, people of 1967 sent a message showing the chronology of the development of Mangyshlak Peninsula with the names of the people who helped to build the town in the desert. The letter was put in a metallic cylinder in a triangular marble urn. It opened in November 2017. [25] Kuwait [ edit] In 2019 a time capsule was commissioned by Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research to observe the grand opening of the Shagaya Renewable Energy Park. It is scheduled to be opened in 2061 when the State of Kuwait celebrates its centenary. [26] 27] On 15 December 2013, a time capsule was buried in the garden of the English School, Kuwait to commemorate the school's 60th anniversary. It is to be opened in 2073. [28] Malaysia [ edit] Rotary Club Time Capsule Monument (GPS: 3. 15912, 101. 69825) is a commemorative monument along Jalan Sultan Ismail in Kuala Lumpur. It was originally located at Dataran Merdeka, but was relocated to Jalan Sultan Ismail around 2016. It comprises a stainless steel column topped with a Rotary International logo. At the base is a black marble-encased pedestal under which a time capsule is buried. The monument was erected to celebrate the presence of Rotary in Malaysia since 1929. It was officiated by the mayor of Kuala Lumpur, Tan Sri Dato' Kamaruzzaman bin Shariff, on 26 June 2000. Norway [ edit] On 17 September 2017 near the Polish Polar Station, Hornsund in the Norwegian Svalbard archipelago, scientific researchers buried a 60-centimeter stainless steel tube containing samples designed to tell finders as long as half a million years into the future, about the current state of knowledge in such areas as geology, biology, and technology. [29] Poland [ edit] Prisoners from the Auschwitz concentration camp concealed bottles containing sketches [30] and writings [31] that were found after World War II. In 2016, a copper-cylinder time capsule dating to 1934 was found beneath the former Nazi training facility in the Ordensburg Krössinsee building in Złocieniec, Poland. [32] The time capsule, which contained photographs, newspapers, coins, and two copies of Hitler's Mein Kampf, was retrieved by researchers who navigated through thick concrete, German mines, and groundwater. [32] Russia [ edit] In 2012 a time capsule dating from 15 July 1979 was found in Vulkanny ( Yelizovsky District, Kamchatka peninsula) under a statue of Lenin. It contained messages to the "socialist society in 2024. 33] Singapore [ edit] The oldest known time capsule in Singapore was rediscovered in early 2016, beneath the foundation stone of the Cathedral of the Good Shepherd. The shoebox-sized time capsule from 18 June 1843 was found to include a prayer booklet and newspapers, and international coins. [34] The capsule is thought to have been buried by French Catholic missionary priests and other founding communities of Singapore. [34] On 1 April 1937 a capsule containing coins and newspapers from the time was buried under the foundation stone of the former Supreme Court building with the intention that it be opened in the year 3000. The building now houses the National Gallery Singapore, where the foundation stone can still be seen today. In 1949 a capsule was buried at Anglo-Chinese School (Barker Road) containing school magazines, a bible and records of major donors. Thought to be lost, the capsule was rediscovered in 2000 with the help of a former student who had attended the burial ceremony. A capsule buried in 1950 under the then Royal Island Club (now the Singapore Island Country Club) was thought to be lost but later found by construction workers in 2010. It contained photographs and newspapers. In 1970, one of Singapore's founding leaders, Dr Goh Keng Swee laid a copper cylinder containing newspapers and Singapore bank notes from the era, somewhere in the former National Stadium. Unfortunately the location has been lost and metal detectors have failed to find it despite a 50, 000 reward on offer. [35] Since 1973, Science Centre Singapore has been depositing gadgets and examples of significant technologies in a time capsule inaugurated by then Science and Technology Minister Dr Toh Chin Chye. The first 112 items deposited included a black and white television receiver, a camera and samples of pig feed. After additional deposits were made in 1983, 2001 and 2013 the original capsule was replaced with a larger stainless steel container that now holds over 800 items in an atmosphere of inert nitrogen gas in the hope that this will better preserve the artefacts inside. [35] The Jurong Town Corporation buried a time capsule under Jurong Town Hall in 1974. When opened in 2001, the capsule was found to contain reports, articles and photographs illustrating the industrialisation of Jurong. In 1975, part of Singapore's contribution to an International Ocean Exposition held in Okinawa, Japan entitled The Sea We Would Like to See was a research project using floating time capsules. The previous year, 50 small round capsules were released from Raffles Lighthouse as part of a global fleet of 2, 800 to measure oceanic tides and currents. Each capsule contained information about the Exposition, a goodwill message from a Japanese child and a voucher for a Citizen Blackie watch to incentivise finders to fill in a post card with details of where the capsule were found. 24 of the capsules released in Singapore were later recovered. 1990 saw the unexpected unearthing of a time capsule from the 1950s by contractors working at the demolished American Insurance building in Robinson Road. Buried on 26 April 1956, the copper canister contained English and Chinese newspapers, a financial report, photographs, posters and an insurance agent's manual. [35] In 2015, a time capsule buried to celebrate Singapore's 25th year of independence was dug up and replaced with one celebrating 50 years as a sovereign nation. The original canister held 88 "symbols of progress" including a video tape of the 1966 National Day (Singapore) water from the Singapore River and the first sarong kebaya uniforms designed by Pierre Balmain for Singapore Airlines in 1968. The replacement capsule, made from stainless steel, was buried by then Deputy Prime Minister Ong Teng Cheong outside Empress Place. [35] On 31 August 2005, Singapore Polytechnic buried a time capsule in order to conclude year-long celebrations of its 50th anniversary of its founding in 1954. [36] Located near its main library, it is scheduled to be re-opened in 2029 for its 75th anniversary. [37] Items in the time capsule included staff and student admission cards, a CD of 2004's graduation ceremony and a bottle of locally brewed red wine. Spain [ edit] An 1834 time capsule was discovered in 2009 under a statue of Miguel de Cervantes in Madrid. It contains a guide and four volumes of the 1819 edition of Don Quixote. [38] A time capsule was buried in Motril, Granada. It will be opened on 22 July 2023 to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the cantonal movement. [39] A 1777 time capsule was discovered within a religious statue in Sotillo de la Ribera (Burgos. It contained two handwritten pages describing details of the political, religious, and economic situation of the region at the time. [40] United Kingdom [ edit] Kingussie, Scotland: in August 2015 workers discovered a metal box containing a newspaper from 29 September 1894, a paper scroll and a bottle believed to contain whisky. [41] Macclesfield, Cheshire: in April 2010 an urn container from 1876 was found under a granite slab in the United Reformed Church. The content (newspapers and photographs) was perfectly preserved. [42] Newton Aycliffe, County Durham, England: On 21 March 2017 a time capsule bearing the name of its creator, James D Robinson, was 'sealed' at an informal gathering in a local church hall. It was subsequently transferred to the nearby Durham County Record Office, at County Hall, in the City of Durham, where it will reside in their archive facility for the next 300 years. The capsule contains an eclectic mix of texts and images along with a number of artefacts, and is scheduled to be opened on 21 March 2317. The children's television show Blue Peter have buried several time capsules during the programme's run. Ones buried in London in 1971 and 1984 were opened in January 2000. A third was then buried to be opened in 2029, which has since been relocated to Salford, Greater Manchester. One was also placed under the Millennium Dome in London in 1998, to be opened in 2050, 43] but was accidentally unearthed and damaged during construction work in 2017. It will be reburied once it has been repaired. [44. needs update] Southampton, Hampshire: a 1935 message in a lemonade bottle, correctly portending difficult times lying ahead, was found in 2016 by masons restoring damaged Portland stone at Southampton Guildhall. [45] Millennium Vault, Europe's largest time capsule was built in 2000 in Guildford, Surrey. The capsule which contains lots of mementos is set to be opened in one-thousand years in 3000. United States [ edit] Waynesboro, Virginia. Time capsule for Fishburne Military School to be opened in 2179, the school's 300th anniversary. Richmond, Indiana. Time capsule placed in cornerstone of YMCA in 1955. citation needed] On 15 June 1957, as part of the celebration of the 50th anniversary of Oklahoma statehood, a 1957 Plymouth Belvedere car was sealed in an underground vault in Tulsa, to be unearthed 50 years later on 14 June 2007 during Oklahoma's centennial celebration. Several items were left in the car's trunk and glove compartment, such as a 5 US gallon can of gasoline intended to start the car, should gasoline not be the fuel of choice for motor vehicles in 2007. A contest also took place, in which the contestant who came the closest to guessing the city population in 2007, would then be awarded the car and 100 in a savings account. Time Capsule in ghost town, Centralia, Pennsylvania was to be opened in 2016 but was opened in 2014 instead. Within the time capsule was about two feet of water destroying most paper artifacts in the capsule. A miner's helmet and a pair of bloomers signed by the men living in the city at the time are among artifacts that remained. [46] 47] Crypt of Civilization in Atlanta, Georgia [48] Westinghouse Time Capsules in New York City [49] Helium Centennial Time Columns Monument in Amarillo, Texas [50] Disneyland 40th Anniversary Time Capsule in Anaheim, California; to open in July 2035 [ citation needed] Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, NY: a time capsule placed in a cornerstone in 1954 was found in January 2013 [51] Salt Lake City, 78 S. Main & 100 South: In 2012, a time capsule from Nov. 25, 1959 containing predictions for the year 2000 was found in the outside wall of the former First Federal Savings Bank [52] Fort Collins, Colorado: In January 2013, a time capsule dated 6 June 1907 was found in a cornerstone of the building at 140 Oak Street [53] Merrick Park Time Capsule in Coral Gables, Florida [ citation needed] A 100-year-old time capsule in the First Lutheran Church of Oklahoma City opened on 23 April 2013 Detroit Century Box in Detroit, Michigan, containing 56 letters from prominent citizens, sealed at midnight on 31 December 1900 and opened on 31 December 2000 [54] 55] In 1992, a time capsule was buried at Nickelodeon Studios containing items that kids considered important at that time. It was moved to the Nickelodeon Suites Resort Orlando in 2005 and later to the Nickelodeon Animation Studio in 2016, and will be opened in 2042. [56] Time capsule in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. citation needed] Time capsule encased in cement at the entrance of the Miami Dade County Courthouse, 73 W. Flagler, St., Miami, Florida. To be opened on Sept. 17, 2087. citation needed] The Samuel Adams and Paul Revere Time Capsule was found under the Golden Dome of the Massachusetts State House in December 2014. It is believed to have been buried in 1795 by then-Governor Samuel Adams and Paul Revere, and contained newspapers, a commonwealth seal, colony records, coins, a silver plate, and copper medal. It was uncovered, then added to and replaced, in 1855. Being 219 years old, it is the oldest time capsule to be discovered in the United States. [57] 58] A time capsule buried at MIT in 1957 was accidentally unearthed during construction in 2015. Made to be opened in 2957, condition is checked and then it's put aside for reburial. On 1 September 1975, a time capsule was buried at the intersection of 7th and Main in Louisville, Kentucky to be opened in 100 years. [59] A time capsule was buried in 1984 by patrons of the nightclub Danceteria. Intended to be opened in the year 6984, it was instead uncovered by construction workers in 2017. [60] In 1975, a time capsule with contents of that year, was buried in front of Brooks Academy in Harwich, Massachusetts. The time capsule is due to be opened 100 years from the burial date, in the capsule's centennial year of 2075. Time capsule at NASA Glenn Research Center On 23 January 1991 a time capsule was placed in a sculpture at NASA Lewis (now Glenn) Research Center, celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Center's groundbreaking. The capsule is scheduled to be opened on 23 January 2041. [61] On 14 January 2000, Livermore California buried two time capsules. Information at. One capsule may have been reburied from a previous burial. Time capsule at St. Joseph School in Mendham, NJ. citation needed] The largest time capsule in the world is located in Seward, Nebraska, containing over 5, 000 items, one of which is a Chevy Vega. It opens in July 2025. [62] 63] On 1 August 1969 Wayne Centennial Time Capsule was placed in Wayne, MI and is due to be opened on 1 August 2069. [1] On 3 September 2013 Perry Hall High School buried a time capsule on the occasion of the school's 50th anniversary. It is to be opened on 3 September 2063. [64] In August 2018 Sea Pines Montessori Academy buried a time capsule on the occasion of the school's 50th anniversary. It is to be buried in Harbour Town on Hilton Head Island, South Carolina and opened in August 2068. Boulder, Colorado: The courthouse plaza at Pearl Street Mall has two time capsules: one to be opened in 2075, the other in 2096. [65] Reno, Nevada: A time capsule was placed in cornerstone at the Reno Masonic Lodge in October 1872. It was opened on April 16, 2019. It contained more than 40 items, including a harmonica, a corkscrew, silver dollars minted in Carson City and San Francisco, a piece of wood from Sutter's Mill, and copies of several newspapers, including the Nevada State Journal, the Nevada Appeal, and the Territorial Enterprise. [66] 67] In space [ edit] Apollo 11 goodwill messages, on the Moon Immortality Drive, in the International Space Station Rosetta disk prototype, on the Rosetta space probe Plaque on LAGEOS-1 Arch Mission 1. 2 on the Tesla Roadster in solar orbit and in the Beresheet moon lander. In cinema [ edit] 100 Years, a film shot and produced in 2015 with release scheduled for 18 November 2115. It is being kept in a high-tech safe behind bulletproof glass that will open automatically on the film's premiere. In internet [ edit] Yahoo Time Capsule, open as 20th anniversary Projected [ edit] KEO Lansing Time Capsule Timeline [ edit] Openings [ edit] Dates of opening of already opened capsules. Date Location Installation date Cite 1957 Wall Street, New York City 1888 1966 Palatka, Florida 26 June 1905 1996 Perth Observatory, Perth, Australia 30 September 1896 [2] 7 February 2001 Cocoa Beach, Florida, Howard Johnson Plaza Hotel 5 March 1987 [68] February 2012 Salt Lake City, Utah 1959 [69] July 2012 Vulkanny in the Yelizovsky district of Kamchatka 1979 [70] January 2013 Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, NY 1954 [51] 11 January 2013 Fort Collins, Colorado YMCA 6 June 1907 [71] 22 April 2013 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, First Lutheran Church 22 April 1913 [72] February, 2015 Cocoa Beach, Florida, Doubletree Hotel July 2018 Santa Clara, California, Intel Corporation 2003 [73] Scheduled openings [ edit] Scheduled opening dates for already installed capsules. Opening date 2022-03-22 Tequesta, Florida 2012 2022-10-12 Natick Mall, Natick, MA, USA Apr 26th, 1994 2026 Hubbard, Ohio, Public Library Building 1976 2029 Near Main Library of Singapore Polytechnic, Singapore 2005 [37] 2037-07-13 Goodhue County, Minnesota Alcatraz, California 1973 2037-07 Life Center, Tampa, Florida 2041 Santa Fe College, Gainesville, Florida [74] 17 January 2017 2043 2045-08 Cocoa Beach, Florida 2009 2048-09-27 Cocoa Beach, Florida Public Library 1998 2055-01 Merrick Park, Coral Gables, Florida 2061-02-25 Shagaya Renewable Energy Park, Kuwait 2019 [75] 76] 2062-12 Bacardi corporate headquarters, Hamilton, Bermuda [77] 2063-05-16 City Hall, Cape Canaveral, Florida 2013 [78] 2064 Project Mercury 1964 2067 Sunshine Coast Centenary on the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia 2018 [6] 2068 ' Sea Pines Montessori Academy ' in Harbour Town, Hilton Head Island, South Carolina 2070-05-3rd through 9th In front of Dodge County Court House, Eastman, Georgia 1970 [79] 2073-03-03 2075-07 Cocoa Beach, Florida? 2077-03 Cape Canaveral, Florida? 2092 Liberty Bell Museum, Melbourne, Florida? 2094 Denver, Colorado, Denver International Airport 19 March 1994 2101-02-02 Fort Pierce, Florida public library 2001 2110-09 Plaza de Armas, Santiago, Chile 29 September 2010 [14] 2112-11-27 American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA) Headquarters, Bethesda, Maryland 27 November 2012 [80] 2112-12-13 2012-12-13 2018, 2068, 2968 Helium Centennial Time Columns Monument Amarillo, Texas Built in 1968 [50] 2317-03-21 Durham County Record Office, Co Durham, England 2017-03-21 [81] 2999-12-31 Chinook Centre Calgary, Alberta, Canada 2000 3000 Guildford, Surrey, England ( Millennium Vault) 6939 Flushing Meadow Park, New York, United States ( Westinghouse time capsule I) 1939 [82] Flushing Meadow Park, New York, United States ( Westinghouse time capsule II) 1965 References [ edit] "Oglethorpe University - International Time Capsule Society. 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