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March 29th, 2017

Great NASA public domain sounds and sound bites from the Apollo and Mercury missions. Check out their online information below!
RELEASE: 11-321
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MOFFETT FIELD, Calif. -- Historic and interesting sounds and sound bites from NASA space missions are available for download as ringtones or on your computer for events, errors, alarms and notifications.

The public now can hear the roar of a space shuttle launch or Neil Armstrong's, "One small step for (a) man, one giant leap for mankind," every time they get a phone call. A new NASA web page now has a collection of more than 35 different sounds, each approximately 20 seconds.
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In this sound recording you will find the following:
Apollo 8: Merry Christmas
Apollo 11: We Have a Lift-Off
Apollo 11: Eagle Has Landed
Apollo 11: That's One Small Step for (a) Man
Apollo 12: Cardiac Sim
Apollo 12: All Weather Testing
Apollo 13: Houston, We've Had A Problem
JFK: Return Him Safely to Earth
JFK: We Choose the Moon with Apollo 11 Launch
JFK: We Choose the Moon
Mercury 4: Clock Started
Mercury 6: Zero G
Mercury 6: God Speed
Mercury 7: Liftoff
Mercury 7: Fireflies
Mercury 7: Guaymas Greeting
Mercury 9: Astronaut Cooper Comments

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Type
Flac (.flac)
Duration
03:22:111
Filesize
22.8 MB
Samplerate
48000.0 Hz
Bitdepth
24 bit
Channels
Stereo
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