NASA Releases Historical Sounds as iPhone Ringtones
These are AWESOME! A little too long for my taste though.
From the original article:
NASA has released a collection of free sound files from its historical archives for use by space buffs as ringtones. The set includes sound clips from historic Apollo and Mercury missions, Sputnik’s “beep beep beep”, shuttle launch audio and more:
– Apollo 13’s John “Jack” Swigert commenting “Houston, we have a problem”
– Crackle of the historic last launch of the space shuttle, STS-135
– Segments from President John F. Kennedy’s historic moon speech
– Sound wave conversions of the light curve waves created by stars
discovered by NASA’s Kepler mission and other sounds of planets and
“NASA has been making historic sounds for over 50 years,” said Jerry Colen, NASA App project manager at the agency’s Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, Calif. “Now we’re making some of these memorable sounds easy to find and use.”
If one of these is not Cernan and Schmitt singing on the moon, I’m going to be very disappointed, NASA.