Buttle's World

15 July, 2009

This One Goes To Eleven

Filed under: Posts — clgood @ 15:41

It seems like the blink of an eye to me – albeit a slow blink – but it’s been four decades since Apollo 11. NASA will be observing the event with an audio webcast of the sound of the entire mission, starting at 7:32 EDT tomorrow morning. From their press release:

The audio retrospective will begin at 6:32 a.m.  CDT Thursday, July 16, two hours before the spacecraft launched. The audio  will continue through splashdown of the mission at 11:51 a.m. CDT Friday,  July 24, and recovery of the crew shortly afterward. The Web stream  will feature the communications between the astronauts and ground  teams, and commentary from Mission Control at NASA’s Johnson Space Center  in Houston.

Listen here.

More info on Apollo 11 40th anniversary observations here.


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