Spacelog: The NASA Transcripts

Spacelog is a new open source venture that is putting up the radio transcripts of NASA missions in a searchable and linkable format embellished with lovely photos from the missions. These are quite entertaining to read. Currently the Apollo 13 mission and Mercury Friendship 7 mission are available with more coming in the future. The linking is a great idea and allows users to link to particular parts of the transcripts. Here is the famous portion where John Glenn describes small illuminated particles surrounding his capsule: Friendship 7 illuminated particles

or here we have the famous line from Apollo 13: Houston we’ve had a problem

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  1. Pingback: Apollo 11 transcripts live now at Spacelog « The Rocketry Blog

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