NASA SPACE AUDIO - Mission Audio From Apollo Missions 7 thru 17 On 7 Audio CDs

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MISSION AUDIO EXCERPTS FROM APOLLO MISSIONS 7 THRU 17

Apollo Program Mission Audio in a 7 Audio CD set!

Many hours of mission audio excerpts from the Apollo manned missions:

Apollo 7, 8 and 9, Apollo 10 & 12, Apollo 11 (2 Discs), Apollo 13 & 14, Apollo 15 and Apollo 16 & 17



GET THE ENTIRE 7 CD SET!



The audio quality is very good, but at times, you will notice dropouts and static - all dependent on the location of the spacecraft and 1960's technology.

The CDs are labeled and provided in highly protective jewel cases.

HERE IS A COMPLETE LISTING OF THE AUDIO EXCERPTS ON EACH CD:

APOLLO 7

1. LIFTOFF
2. RENDEZVOUS BETWEEN APOLLO 7 AND SECOND STAGE OF SATURN 1B
3. KEEP THOSE CARDS AND LETTERS COMING
4. PREPARATIONS FOR RETRO-FIRE; RE-ENTRY OF APOLLO 7
5. SPLASHDOWN APEX DOWN

APOLLO 8

6. LAUNCH PHASE FROM T MINUS 15 SECONDS TO T PLUS 3 MINUTES
7. GO FOR TLI (TRANS-LUNAR INJECTION BURN)
8. TLI BURN SEQUENCE THROUGH CUTOFF SEQUENCE
9. FRANK BORMAN DESCRIBES HIW VIEW OF EARTH FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF HALFWAY TO THE MOON
10. JIM LOVELL DESCRIBES EARTH FROM 200,000 MILES AWAY
11. COMMUNICATIONS PRIOR TO LOI (LUNAR ORBIT INSERTION) TO LOS (LOSS OF SIGNAL)
12. FIRST COMMUNICATION AFTER LOI
13. APOLLO 8 LIVE FROM THE MOON SEQUENCE; COMMENTARY BY CREW ON APPEARANCE OF MOON
14. THE CREW READS FROM GENESIS ON CHRISTMAS EVE, 1968
15. COMMUNICATIONS PRIOR TO TEI (TRANS-EARTH INJECTION) FROM 3 MINUTES UNTIL LOI
16. LOVELL COMMENTS: "THERE IS A SANTA CLAUS" AFTER TEI BURN
17. PRE-SEPARATION COMMUNICATIONS; PYRO-ARM SEQUENCE
18. RE-ENTRY
19. POST-SPLASHDOWN COMMENTARY RELAYING CREW RECOVERY OPERATIONS
20. PRESIDENT LYDON B. JOHNSON PHONES CONGRATULATIONS TO APOLLO 8 CREW ON RECOVERY SHIP

APOLLO 9

21. APOLLO 9 LAUNCH PHASE FROM T MINUS 1 MINUTE THROUGH ORBIT
22. FIRST CM (COMMAND MODULE) DOCKING WITH LM (LUNAR MODULE); EXTRACTION OF LM FROM SATURN S-IVB
23. THREE-WAY CONVERSATION BETWEEN CM "GUMDROP," LM "SPIDER" AND CAPCOM
24. AUDIO FROM FIRST TV TRANSMISSION FROM SPIDER
25. FIRST BURN OF LM DESCENT ENGINE (WITH VEHICLES STILL DOCKED)
26. RUSTY SCHWEICKART EVA ON LM "PORCH"; SCOTT WITH CM HATCH OPEN
27. UNDOCKING, SEPARATION, RE-RENDEZVOUS, RE-DOCKING SEQUENCES BETWEEN LM AND CM
28. CREW SINGS "HAPPY BIRTHDAY" TO CHRIS KRAFT, MSC DIRECTOR OF FLIGHT OPERATIONS
29. DE-ORBIT BURN, RE-ENTRY AND RECOVERY SEQUENCES
30. CREWS COMMENTS ON DECK OF RECOVERY SHIP GUADALCANAL

APOLLO 10

1. APOLLO 10 LAUNCH SEQUENCE FROM T MINUS 40 SECONDS THROUGH STAGING
2. “GO FOR TLI” (TRANS-LUNAR INJECTION), INCLUDING BURN SEQUENCE
3. CM (COMMAND MODULE) DOCKS WITH LM (LUNAR MODULE)
4. “FLY ME TO THE MOON” AND A DESCRIPTION OF THE EARTH FROM SPACE
5. THE CREW IS INFORMED BY HOUSTON THAT THEY HAVE MADE IT HALFWAY TO THE MOON
6. APOLLO 10 ARRIVES IN THE MOON’S ORBIT
7. APOLLO 10 EMERGES FROM ITS FIRST PASS AROUND THE BACKSIDE OF THE MOON
8. THE CREW DETAILS THEIR IMPRESSIONS OF THE MOON
9. THE PRE-UNDOCKING SEQUENCE BEFORE LOS (LOSS OF SIGNAL)
10. LM, “SNOOPY” AND CM, “CHARLIE BROWN” REAPPEAR, DOCKED
11. “SNOOPY” DESCENDS TO ONLY A FEW MILES ABOVE THE LUNAR SURFACE
12. LM, “SNOOPY” SEPERATES FROM THE DESCENT STAGE
13. THE APOLLO 10 RE-DOCKING SEQUENCE
14. THE CREW COMMENTS DURING AND AFTER THE SEPERATION FROM “SNOOPY”
15. TEI (TRANS-EARTH INJECTION) BURN RESULTS
16. CM SEPERATES FROM THE SM (SERVICE MODULE) PRIOR TO RE-ENTRY
17. COMMUNICATIONS BETWEEN THE CM AND THE GROUND ARE RE-ESTABLISHED AFTER RE-ENTRY BLACKOUT
18. APOLLO 10 CM DESCENT AND SPLASHDOWN
19. COMMENTS FROM THE APOLLO 10 CREW ABORAD THE RECOVERY SHIP

APOLLO 12

20. LAUNCH SEQUENCE FROM T MINUS 30 SECONDS THRU T PLUS 4 MINUTES (LIGHTNING HITS)
21. “GO” FOR TLI”
22. THE APOLLO 12 CM DOCKS WITH THE LM
23. BUGLE AND BOATSWAIN’S PIPE WAKES THE APOLLO 12 CREW 53 HOURS INTO THEIR FLIGHT
24. “GO” FOR LOI (LUNAR ORBIT INSERTION)
25. AOS (ACQUISITION OF SIGNAL) FOLLOWING LOI BURN BEHIND MOON
26. “GO” FOR CSM / LM SEPERATION
27. THE “INTREPID” LM IS GIVEN A “GO” FOR DOI (DESCENT ORBIT INSERTION)
28. “INTREPID” IS GIVEN A “GO” FOR PDI (POWERED-DESCENT INITIATION)
29. THE LAST 2 MINUTES AND 45 SECONDS OF THE MOON LANDING SEQUENCE
30. THE “YANKEE CLIPPER” CM AND THE “INTREPID” LM SIGHT EACH OTHER
31. PETE CONRAD DESCENDS THE LM’S LADDER, STEPS ON THE MOON AND BEGINS THE FIRST EVA
32. ALAN BEAN DESCENDS THE LM’S LADDER, STEPS ON THE MOON AND JOINS PETE CONRAD FOR THE FIRST EVA
33. CONRAD RE-ENTERS THE LM AND CLOSES THE HATCH CONCLUDING THE FIRST EVA
34. THE CREW TALKS WITH MISSION CONTROL BETWEEN EVA’S
35. CONRAD ROLLS A LUNAR ROCK DURING THE SECOND EVA
36. CONRAD AND BEAN DISCUSS LUNAR MATERIAL KICKED UP DURING THE SECOND EVA
37. THE LUNAR SURFACE CREW DESCRIBES SURVEYOR III
38. CONRAD AND BEAN CUT THE CAMERA AND TUBE FROM SURVEYOR III
39. CONRAD AND BEAN CUT THE SCOOP FRO SURVEYOR III
40. CONRAD CLOSES OUT THE SECOND EVA AND CLIMBS INTO THE LM
41. PRE-ASCENT, THE CREW TALKS WITH MISSION CONTROL
42. THE ASCENT SEQUENCE FROM T MINUS 16 SECONDS THROUGH T PLUS 1 MINUTE
43. BEFORE DOCKING WITH THE CM, “YANKEE CLIPPER”, CONRAD & BEAN DISCUSS POSSIBLE LIGHTNING MARKS ON CM
44. THE CM AND LM RE-DOCK
45. AOS FOLLOWING TEI
46. CONRAD AND BEAN DISCUSS MANEUVERABILITY & ABILITY TO WORK ON MOON’S SURFACE DURING TRIP TO EARTH
47. SPLASHDOWN SEQUENCE FROM PARACHUTES TO SPLASHDOWN
48. CREW TALKS BY PHONE WITH PRESIDENT RICHARD M. NIXON ABOARD THE HORNET & ANNOUNCES PROMOTIONS

APOLLO 11 (DISC ONE)

1. LIFTOFF FROM T MINUS 6 MINUTES TO T PLUS 10 MINUTES
2. APOLLO 11 IS GIVEN A “GO” FOR EARTH ORBIT
3. “GO” IS GIVEN FOR TLI (TRANS-LUNAR INJECTION)
4. TLI IGNITION AND BURN SEQUENCE
5. FIRST CREW CONVERSATION FOLLOWING DOCKING BETWEEN THE CM, “COLUMBIA” AND THE LM, “EAGLE”
6. APOLLO 11 CREW’S DESCRIPTION OF EARTH FROM 130,000 MILES IN SPACE
7. BUZZ ALDRIN CLIMS THROUGH THE DOCKING TUNNEL INTO THE LM
8. THE CREW IS GIVEN A “GO” FOR LOI (LUNAR ORBIT INSERTION)
9. LAST CONTACT BETWEEN CREW AND MISSION CONTROL BEFORE LOS (LOSS OF SIGNAL)
10. AOS (ACQUISITION OF SIGNAL) AND LOI BURN REPORT
11. TV TRANSMISISON FROM LUNAR ORBIT WITH A DESCRIPTION OF THE MOON
12. AOS FOLLOWING THE SEPERATION OF “EAGLE” AND “COLUMBIA” – “THE EAGLE HAS WINGS”
13. AOS FOLLOWING “EAGLE’S” FIRST LM DESCENT STAGE FIRING BEHIND THE MOON
14. “EAGLE” IS GIVEN A “GO” FOR PDI (POWERED DESCENT INITIATION)
15. THE FINAL APPROACH AND LANDING “THE EAGLE HAS LANDED”
16. LANDING OF EAGLE ON LUNAR SURFACE (FLIGHT DIRECTOR LOOP, LEFT CHANNEL – AIR-TO-GROUND RIGHT CHANNEL)
17. THE LANDING FROM ON BOARD THE “EAGLE”
18. NEIL ARMSTRONG’S FIRST DESCRIPTION OF TRANQUILITY BASE FOLLOWING THE LANDING OF APOLLO 11
19. ARMSTRONG MAKES HISTORY AND STEPS FOOT ON THE MOON
20. NEIL ARMSTRONG SETS FOOT ON THE MOON AND DESCRIBES ITS APPEARANCE AS “MAGNIFICENT DESOLATION”
21. ARMSTRONG READS THE INSCRIPTION FROM THE PLAQUE ON THE LM, “EAGLE”
22. PRESIDENT RICHARD M. NIXON TALKS TO ARMSTRONG AND ALDRIN WHILE THEY ARE ON THE LUNAR SURFACE

APOLLO 11 (DISC TWO)

1. APOLLO 11 EVA (INCLUDING MISSION CONTROL GROUND LOOP AUDIO)
2. APOLLO 11 EVA CONTINUES (INCLUDING MISSION CONTROL GROUND LOOP AUDIO)
3. CONCLUSION OF EVA – NEIL ARMSTRONG ENTERS “EAGLE” AND BUZZ ALDRIN CLOSES THE HATCH
4. “EAGLE” ASCENT FROM THE LUNAR SURFACE
5. THE RE-DOCKING OF “COLUMBIA” AND “EAGLE”
6. AOS (ACQUISITION OF SIGNAL) AFTER TEI (TRANS-EARTH INJECTION BURN) BEHIND THE MOON
7. AUDIO FROM THE FINAL TV TRANSMISISON BEFORE RE-ENTRY; ALDRIN READS FROM PSALMS
8. RE-ENTRY AND SPLASHDOWN OF APOLLO 11
9. PRESIDENT RICHARD M. NIXON TALKS WITH APOLLO 11 CREW ABOARD “HORNET” RECOVERY SHIPS

APOLLO 13

1. APOLLO 13 LAUNCH SEQUENCE FROM T MINUS 1 MINUTE THRU T PLUS 1 MINUTE
2. SECOND STAGE (S-II) CUTOFF
3. TLI (TRANS-LUNAR INJECTION) BURN
4. CM (COMMAND MODULE) AND LM (LUNAR MODULE) DOCK DURING TV TRANSMISSION
5. LM EXTRACTED FROM THE S-IVB STAGE
6. THE APOLLO 13 CREW GIVES GO-AHEAD TO MANEUVER S-IVB, GUIDING IT TOWARD A LUNAR IMPACT
7. ASTRONAUTS JIM LOVELL AND FRED HAISE ENTER THE LM
8. LOVELL DEMONSTRATES SOME ON-BOARD “ENTERTAINMENT” AND WRAPS UP CREWS TV TRANSMISSION
9. “HOUSTON, WE HAVE A PROBLEM…” – THE EXPLOSION IN THE SM (SERVICE MODULE)
10. CREW AND GROUND DISCUSS ALTERNATE MISSIONS, INCLUDING THE USE OF LM AS A “LIFEBOAT”
11. APOLLO 13 CREW ASKS ABOUT RETURN TIME PRIOR TO FIRING THE LM DESCENT ENGINE FOR FIRST TIME
12. LM DESCENT ENGINE IS FIRED, RETURNING APOLLO 13 TO A “FREE RETURN” TRAJECTORY TO EARTH
13. LM ENGINE IS FIRED FOR THE SECOND TIME TO REFINE THE RETURN COURSE
14. “THERE’S ONE WHOLE SIDE MISSING” – CREW DESCRIBE SM AFTER JETTISONING IT PRIOR TO RE-ENTRY
15. APOLLO 13 CREW IS INSTRUCTED TO POWER UP COMMAND MODULE PRIOR TO RE-ENTRY
16. “FAREWELL AQUARIUS” – LM IS JETTISONED PRIOR TO RE-ENTRY
17. APOLLO 13 RE-ENTRY AND SPLASHDOWN

APOLLO 14

18. LAUNCH SEQUENCE FROM T MINUS 40 SECONDS THRU T PLUS 1 MINUTE
19. “GO FOR ORBIT” THRU TLI (TRANS-LUNAR INJECTION) BURN
20. FIRST DOCKING ATTEMPTS (UNSUCCESSFUL)
21. SUCCESSFUL DOCKING
22. LOI (LUNAR-ORBIT INJECTION)
23. TELEMETRY FROM S-IVB IMPACT TRANSMITTED BY APOLLO 12 SEISMOMETER
24. DOI (DESCENT-ORBIT INSERTION) AND UNDOCKING OF CM AND LM
25. APOLLO 14 LUNAR LANDING SEQUENCE
26. HIGHLIGHTS OF FIRST EVA
27. FIRSR EWVA DE-BRIEFING BETWEEN CREW AND CAPCOM GORDON FULLERTON
28. SECOND EVA BEGINS
29. CREW CLIMBS UP SLOPE OF CONE CRATER (AND DECIDES TO TURN BACK)
30. MITCHELL SAMPLES BOULDER FIELD DURING SECOND EVA
31. AL SHEPPARD PLAYS GOLF ON THE LUNAR SURFACE
32. SECOND EVA ENDS
33. THE ASCENT OF THE LM FROM THE LUNAR SURFACE
34. SUCCESSFUL DOCKING OF LM AND CM AND COMMENTS FOLLOWING TEI (TRANS-EARTH INJECTION)
35. CM / SM SEPARATION; RE-ENTRY; SPLASHDOWN AND RECOVERY

APOLLO 15

1. LIFTOFF FROM T MINUS 25 SECONDS TO T PLUS 1 MINUTE, 20 SECONDS
2. TLI (TRANS-LUNAR INJECTION) BURN
3. THE DOCKING OF CM (COMMAND MODULE) "ENDEAVOR" AND LM (LUNAR MODULE)
4. "FALCON" SPS TEST FIRING
5. FIRST CONTACT AFTER (LOI) LUNAR-ORBIT INSERTION
6. SCOTT PROVIDES A DESCRIPTION OF THE MOON DURING APOLLO 15'S FIRST REVOLUTION
7. FIRST COMMUNICATIONS FOLLOWING DOI (DESCENT-ORBIT INSERTION)
8. LUNAR DESCENT AND LANDING OF APOLLO 15
9. SCOTT DESCENDS THE LADDER AND STEPS ONTO THE MOON
10. IRWIN FOLLOS SCOTT DOWN THE LADDER
11. CAMERA IS REPOSITIONED FROM MESA TO TRIPOD
12. SCOTT'S STAND-UP EVA
13. SCOTT AND IRWIN MAKE COMMENTS DURING THEIR LRV RIDE
14. LUNAR ROVER PREPARATION
15. LUNAR ROVER IS DEPLOYED BY ASTRONAUTS
16. FIRST TEST DRIVE OF THE LUNAR ROVER
17. ASTRONAUT COMMENTS DURING CAMERA PANNING OF HADLEY RILLE
18. ASTRONAUT COMMENTS DURING CAMERA ZOOM OF HADLEY RILLE
19. SAMPLING AT STATION 2
20. DESCRIPTION OF LUNAR MOUNTAINS
21. DESCRIPTION OF HADLEY RILLE
22. IRWIN QUOTES BIBLE PASSAGE
23. LIFTOFF OF LM "FALCON" FROM THE LUNAR SURFACE
24. COMMENTS ON VIEW OF LIFTOFF FROM LUNAR ROVER CAMERA
25. SUB-SATELLITE DEPLOYMENT PRIOR TO TEI (TRANS-EARTH INJECTION)
26. TEI BURN REPORT
27. WORDEN DESCRIPTION OF HUMBOLT AREA OF MOON
28. SCOTT DESCRIBES COLORS ON MOON AND LAVA FLOWS DURING VOYAGE BACK TO EARTH
29. WORDEN'S TRANS-EARTH SIM-BAY EVA
30. APOLLO 15 IN-FLIGHT PRESS CONFERENCE
31. APOLLO 15 DESCENT AND SPLASHDOWN
32. COMMENTS DURING SPLASHDOWN
33. SCOTT'S COMMENTS ON-BOARD RECOVERY SHIP

APOLLO 16

1. APOLLO 16 LAUNCH SEQUENCE FROM T MINUS 1 MINUTE
2. “GO FOR TLI” (TRANS-LUNAR INJECTION)
3. APOLLO 16 DOCKING SEQUENCE
4. LOI (LUNAR-ORBIT INSERTION)
5. THE FIRST COMMUNICATION AFTER “CASPER” AND “ORION” SEPARATE; “HATFUL OF ORANGE JUICE”
6. THE FIRST COMMUNICATION AFTER “NO CIRCULARIZATION BURN” BY CM
7. “GO” FOR LUNAR LANDING
8. “ORION” FINAL DESCENT AND LANDING
9. FIRST COMMENTS FROM YOUNG AND DUKE ON LANDING
10. APOLLO 16 ASTRONAUTS, YOUNG AND DUKE SET FOOT ON THE MOON
11. EVA BEGINS WITH FIRST LUNAR SURFACE TRANSMISSIONS
12. DEPLOYMENT OF LUNAR ROVER BY YOUNG AND DUKE
13. LUNAR ROVER RIDE
14. ALSEP STATION DEPLOYMENT; PROBLEMS WITH HEAT FLOW EXPERIMENT
15. CONVERSATION DURING GEOLOGY TRAVERSE; “FLAG CRATER”
16. ASTRONAUTS RETURN TO LM (LUNAR MODULE) AFTER THIRD EVA
17. LM “ORION” LIFTS OFF FROM MOON
18. CM (COMMAND MODULE) “CASPER” AND LM “ORION” RE-DOCK
19. TEI (TRANS-EARTH INJECTION) POST BURN REPORT
20. APOLLO 16 RE-ENTRY PREPERATIONS
21. SPLASHDOWN
22. SPLASHDOWN AUDIO FROM DROGUE-CHUTE DEPLOYMENT TO SPLASH

APOLLO 17

23. FIRST LAUNCH ATTEMPT CUT-OFF AT T MINUS 30
24. RECYCLED COUNTDOWN AND LAUNCH FROM T MINUS 45 SECONDS
25. APOLLO 17 LAUNCH SOUNDS (WITH NO COMMENTARY)
26. TLI BURN AND DOCKING WITH LM
27. ASTRONAUTS COMMENT ON VIEW OF EARTH BEFORE LOI BURN
28. FIRST COMMUNICATIONS AFTER LOI
29. SCHMITT REPORTS A FLASH, A POSSIBLE IMPACT ON LUNAR SURFACE DURING FIRST LUNAR ORBIT
30. ASTRONAUTS CERNAN & SCHMITT DESCRIBE TARUS-LITTROW LANDING SITE FROM LUNAR ORBIT
31. APOLLO 17 LANDING SEQUENCE STARTING WITH PITCH-OVER
32. CERNAN SETS FOOT ON MOON AT TARUS-LITTROW
33. SCHMITT FOLLOWS CERNAN AND SETS FOOT ON MOON
34. LUNAR ROVER III ROLLS FOR THE FIRST TIME
35. APOLLO 17 CREW DEPLOYS AMERICAN FLAG ON THE MOON
36. CREW SINGS AND BEGINS EXPLORATION – “I WAS STROLLING ON THE MOON ONE DAY”
37. ORANGE SOIL DISCOVERED BY SCHMITT
38. ASTRONAUTS DESCRIBE “CHILDREN OF THE WORLD ROCK” WITH 80 KIDS LISTENING IN HOUSTON
39. CERNAN READS FROM PLAQUE ATTACHED TO LM “CHALLENGER”
40. CERNAN MAKES HIS FINAL COMMENTS FROM THE SURFACE OF THE MOON
41. LM “CHALLENGER” LIFTS OFF FROM THE LUNAR SURFACE
42. LM “CHALLENGER” AND CM “AMERICA” RE-DOCK – CREW COMMENTS FOLLOWING TEI
43. EVANS’ TRANS-EARTH EVA
44. APOLLO 17 SPLASHDOWN
45. APOLLO 17 CREW COMMENTS ABOARD RECOVERY SHIP

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