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Richard Caceres (M)
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    Flight to the Moon - The Voyage of Apollo 11
    I don't remember from where I salvaged this record, but I found it in my closet the other day. It's actually pretty interesting. When I listen to it it is like I'm transported back in time to when space travel was still a novel idea. The tone of voice of the narrator is also interesting. The funniest part of the whole thing is when mission control recaps the daily news to the astronauts. Why do the astronauts need to know about yesterday's baseball game? Another interesting part is when the president of the United Stages (Kennedy I believe), congratulates the astronauts.

    Basically, I thought the community might get a kick out of this record. Why not leave it on while you surf the web.

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    Mon, Aug 13, 2007  Permanent link
    Categories: space nasa sound recording
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