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Apollo 11 Techinical Air to Ground Voice Transcription

By: (NASA) National Aeronautics and Space Administration

This is the transcription of the Technical Air-to-Ground Voice Transmission (GOSS NET 1) from the Apollo 11 mission. Communicators in the text may be identified according to the following list. Spacecraft: CDR Commander Neil A. Armstrong CMP Command module pilot Michael CoLlins LMP Lunar module pilot Edwin E. ALdrin, Jr. SC Unidentifiable crewmember MS Multiple (simultaneous) speakers LCC Launch Control Center Mission Convroi Center: CC Capsule Communicator (CAP COMM) F ?light Director Remote Sites: CT (ommunications Technician (COMM TECH) Recovery Forces: HORNET USS Hornet R Recovery helicopter AB Air Boss A series of three dots (...) is used to designate those portions of the communications that could not be transcribed because of garbling. One dash (-) is used to indicate a speaker's pause or a self-interruption and subsequent completion of a thought. Two dashes (- -) are used to indicate an interruption by another speaker or a point at which a recording was terminated abruptly....

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Rockets and People : The Moon Race, Volume 4: The Moon Race

By: Boris Chertok

In the last volume of this series, the Russian spacecraft designer Boris Chertok continues his narrative on the history of the Soviet space program.

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Apollo 11 Onboard Voice Transcription : Recorder on the Command Module Onboard Recorder Data Storage Equipment (DSE), August 1969

By: (NASA) National Aeronautics and Space Administration

This is the transcription of the Apollo ll flightcrew communications as recorded on the command module (CM) data storage equipment (DSE), and subsequently transmitted (dumped) to Manned Space Flight Network stations. Magnetic tapes containing dumped voice and on board recorded ground elapsed time (GET) were forwarded to the NASA Manned Spacecraft Center, Houston, Texas. Transcription of these tapes was managed by David M. Goldenbaum, Test Division, Apollo Spacecraft Program Office, to whom questions regarding this document should be referred. The Apollo ll mission was flown July 16 to July 24, 1969. Communicators in the text are identified as follows: Command module: CDR Commander Nell A. Armstrong CMP Command module pilot Michael Collins LMP Lunar module pilot Edwin E. Aldrin, Jr. SC Unidentifiable crewmember MS Multiple speakers (simultaneous) Mission Control Center: CC Capsule communicator (CAP COMM) In the text, a series of three dots (...) is used to designate those portions of the communications which could not be transcribed because of garbling. One dash (-) is used to indicate a speaker's pause or a self-i...

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Rockets and People, Volume 1

By: Boris Chertok

Much has been written in the West on the history of the Soviet space program but few Westerners have read direct first-hand accounts of the men and women who were behind the many Russian accomplishments in exploring space. The memoirs of Academician Boris Chertok, translated from the original Russian, fills that gap....

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Rockets and People : Creating a Rocket Industry, Volume 2: Creating a Rocket Industry

By: Boris Chertok

Volume two of Boris Chertok's accounts of the people who were behind the Russian accomplishments in exploring space.

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Apollo 11 Spacecraft Commentary : July 16-23, 1969

By: (NASA) National Aeronautics and Space Administration

Apollo 11 Mission commentary transcript.

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X-15 Research Results

By: Wendell H. Stillwell

This semi-technical summary of the X–15 program is directed toward the less publicized aspects of its achievements.

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Unmanned Space Project Management : Surveyor and Lunar Orbiter: Surveyor and Lunar Orbiter

By: Erasmus H. Kloman

NASA commissioned a study of the management of the Surveyor and Lunar Orbiter projects.

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NASA 50th Anniversary Proceedings : NASA's First 50 Years; Historical Perspectives: NASA's First 50 Years; Historical Perspectives

By: Steven J. Dick

In this volume, a wide array of scholars turn a critical eye toward NASA’s first 50 years.

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Cosmos & Culture : Cultural Evolution in a Cosmic Context: Cultural Evolution in a Cosmic Context

By: Steven J. Dick, Editor; Mark L. Lupisella, Editor

Integrating concepts from philosophical, anthropological, and astrobiological disciplines, Cosmos and Culture begins to explore the interdisciplinary questions of cosmic evolution....

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Psychology of Space Exploration

By: Douglas A. Vakoch

Explore some of the contributions of psychology to the great space race, orbiter and International Space Station missions, and future space journeys.

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When Biospheres Collide : A History of NASA’s Planetary Protection Programs: A History of NASA’s Planetary Protection Programs

By: Michael Meltzer

The history of planetary protection is presented by tracing the responses to interplanetary concerns on NASA's missions.

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Rockets and People : Hot Days of the Cold War, Volume 3: Hot Days of the Cold War

By: Boris Chertok

Boris Chertok continues his fascinating narrative on the early history of the Soviet space program, from 1961 to 1967.

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Celebrating 30 Years of the Space Shuttle Program

By: Adam Chen; William Wallack, Editor

This book is a tribute to everything accomplished during the Shuttle program’s 30 years of operation.

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