Saturday, December 04, 2010

NASA transcripts of the Apollo 13 Mission allows you to explore transcripts of radio communications between the Apollo 13 crew and the NASA personnel back at Houston. Included with the transcripts are photographs taken both from the ground and by the crew in space, as well as other information about the mission, the problems that occurred, and the measures that were taken, both on ground and in the Command and Lunar Modules that made up the crew areas of Apollo 13. a project created by /dev/fort, features searchable and linkable transcripts of radio communications between astronauts and Mission Control from NASA's early space flights. Spacelog features two missions: Mercury 6 (1962) and Apollo 13 (1970).

The site offers the transcripts in a clean and attractive layout with timestamps and permalinks for each line of conversation within the transcripts. Photographs are also included as part of the transcripts (the image in this post was taken from the transcript which was spoken on April 11, 1970, 7:13 p.m. UTC (40 years, 8 months ago). The transcripts are also available in PDF and plain text format.

Here's a sample of what the site looks like.

Spoken on April 14, 1970, 3:08 a.m. UTC (40 years, 8 months ago).

Visit site: Apollo 13 transcripts on Spacelog

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