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Forum:Space Explorers & Workers
Topic:Neil Armstrong: NASA JSC Oral History (2001)
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garymilgromDo you have this as an audio file? Thank you.
ozspaceYes, I do have them, two files around 70MB each. I was going to upload somewhere but the free sites I found (SoundCloud, etc) are limited to duration or file size, any suggestions?
kr4mulaIf you've read the transcript, you'll see that the majority of the interview was conducted by Brinkley, not Ambrose. Ambrose was already suffering from the lung cancer that killed him not long after and he seemed not quite up to par that day. Armstrong was his usual thoughtful self.
Lou ChinalDoes anyone know how many hours Neil logged as a sailplane (glider) pilot?
ozspace
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Originally posted by ozspace:
Yes, I do have them, two files around 70MB each. I was going to upload somewhere but the free sites I found (SoundCloud, etc) are limited to duration or file size, any suggestions?

These are links to the audio files - Part 1 and Part 2.

ThrustThank you so much.

Where did you get that from? I spent like forever trying to find audio files of JSC Oral histories. Apart from those on C-SPAN of course.

garymilgromYes thank you these are great. Neil is his usual circumspect self, but does show some excitement describing Gemini VIII. He also speaks of the large responsibility of a back up crew and his satisfaction with any assignment he was given. He was thrilled to be involved at all. These comments from part 1.
ozspace
quote:
Originally posted by Thrust:
Where did you get that from?
A colleague of mine downloaded them some years ago (I believe an old JSC web site), in 26 ~14MB individual files. I stitched them together into two contiguous files.

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