NASA released audio recordings of the moon landing

NASA released audio recordings of the moon landing

MOSCOW, 4 Aug — RIA Novosti. On the website NASA free there record of mission “Apollo-11”, during which American astronauts landed on the moon.

To do this, NASA, in cooperation with the University of Texas at Dallas 170 digitized tapes recorded during the mission. Published materials contain more than 19 thousand hours Chronicles.

Most audio — silence and talks the mission of Neil Armstrong, Edwin Aldrin and Michael Collins. The materials attached subtitles, which will help you better understand the subtle speech of the astronauts.

On one of the audio you can also hear the legendary phrase, uttered by Neil Armstrong: “One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind”.

The spacecraft “Apollo 11” was launched into space July 16, 1969 and on July 20 Neil Armstrong and Edwin Aldrin landed the lunar module on the moon’s surface. During the mission the astronauts installed on the landing place of the U.S. flag, photographed the landscapes of the moon in stereoscopic camera and collected 21.55 kg of lunar soil samples.

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