General Chat Thread, Ever Wondered How Ground Control Woke Astronauts Over The Years? in General; They would use a 'wake up' track playing it to the crew when it was time to start moving.
20th June 2010, 07:47 PM #1
Ever Wondered How Ground Control Woke Astronauts Over The Years?
They would use a 'wake up' track playing it to the crew when it was time to start moving.
The link below takes you to an eighty four page PDF which lists the tracks used down the years.
The list starts at:
Gemini 6: December 1965: Jack Jones singing "Hello Dolly"
The list finishes with:
STS-132: May 2010: “Supermassive Black Hole” performed by Muse.
Useful to settle an argument after a disputed Pub Quiz question or for creating your own playlist?
It also lists the "wake up tracks" for the robotic missions.
Link: Chronology of NASA wake up calls
Last edited by DaveP; 20th June 2010 at 07:53 PM.
21st June 2010, 12:17 AM #2
Just spent some time flicking through it...
5/25/2010 The theme to “Wallace and Gromit” played for Steve Bowen.
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