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General Discussion / Re: Download of a complete "mission".
« on: April 18, 2020, 12:45:30 am »
Wondering something similar.  Some of us have multi-track audio editing software and it would be a real hoot to have a copy of the 30 tracks from the tapes and load them up in the editor so we could select & deselect various tracks, pan them left to right, and so on, just to play around with the various channels in other ways not possible from the web site.

No criticism intended.  This site is just fantastic.  I'm a NASA brat from the 60s onward and just discovered this (where have I been?) and have had a great time this evening getting acquainted with this site plus passing it along to my family and friends.

Congratulations on producing something really special.  Hoping you'll eventually be able to do all the moon missions in the same way?  What a national treasure this is!

General Discussion / Telemetry
« on: April 18, 2020, 12:41:53 am »
Along with the audio recordings of these missions, are there any data/telemetry recordings still surviving, and any plans to create representations of the mission telemetry back to Mission Control?

Years ago I bought an Apollo 13 CD program which has a lot of the audio loops, plus simulations of what the telemetry data did during the explosion and after. 

I am pretty sure the data was recorded too; wouldn't it be interesting to see some of that?

I second the motion.  It would be great to select multiple audio tracks to listen to at once to get a sense of the chatter going on.

This site is really terrific!  Thank you so much. 

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