NASA's iconic sounds from the past will give you goosebumps
Features Thursday, October 23, 2014 - 05:30
The News Minute| October 17, 2014| 02.00 pm IST NASA has put out a series of iconic sounds of space flight launches, speeches and countdowns to liftoffs from some of its most historic space flights. You can even hear Neil Armstrong himself as he mouths those famous first lines as he took his first steps on the moon "One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind" . Released by NASA , you can also hear the words told on Apollo 13 as it encountered problems and had to report back to its Houston base. When the ship encountered trouble, the commander James A.Lovell said the iconic lines "Houston, we've had a problem". John F Kennedy's Man on the Speech More such audio sounds include conversations of NASA with its astronauts as well as liftoffs and countdowns. More of these are available on NASA's Soundcloud account where NASA has uploaded more such audio clippings.