Recovered Tapes Claim Apollo Mission Astronauts Heard ‘Music’ On Far Side Of The Moon
While we all wait to man the first spaceship to Mars in hopes of finally kicking back and living on the big red planet, this odd news bit ought to hold you over until then: astronauts are claiming they heard music-like radio transmission coming from the far side of the moon.
In 1969, the Apollo 10 crew (the Apollo mission before the famous moon landing), traveled to the far of the moon where the spacecraft was supposed to lose contact with earth for about an hour. Everything went well; well, at least people thought it did until now. Almost 50 years later the astronauts are revealing that they heard what sounded like music coming from the far side of the moon.
The taped recordings will be just one of the subjects of the Science Channel series “NASA’s Unexplained Files.” The taped recordings include the reaction from the astronauts upon hearing the strange noises. “It sounds like, you know, outer space-type music,” one of the astronauts said. “Shall we tell them about it?” another astronaut said, wondering if they should notify NASA. Check out part one of the taped recordings below:
Al Worden, an astronaut on Apollo 15, tells the Huffington Post: “You don’t hear about anything like that until years after the incident occurs, and then you kind of wonder, because it’s such an old memory of those things that you get concerned about if they were making something up or was there something really there? Because you never really know.”
“We’d had a lot of incidents where guys who flew in space saw and heard things that they didn’t recognize, and you wonder about all of that,” Worden continues to tell Huffington Post. “Recollection is one thing, but actual proof is something entirely different.”
Check out part two of these recordings below, and tune into “NASA’s Unexplained Files” to see the entire incident. The regular season returns February 23.
Via Huffington Post
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