What did Apollo 10 hear on dim side of a moon?
February 23, 2016 - Supermoon
(CBS) — Facebook and Twitter illuminated adult this weekend with a story clearly estimable of “The X-Files.” Did Apollo 10 astronauts unequivocally hear “music” entrance from space as they orbited a moon in 1969, and did NASA try to keep it from a public? Well, not exactly.
Yes, a Apollo 10 organisation listened bizarre noises over their radios while flitting over a distant side of a moon, over a strech of any conceivable signals, and a astronauts were clearly startled, wondering where a sounds could be entrance from and joking about either they should discuss it to moody controllers in Houston.
But as it turns out, there’s a ideally receptive reason that did not need a participation of aliens or ancient astronauts. The bizarre sounds were a outcome of radio division between a VHF systems aboard a Apollo 10 lunar procedure and a authority module.
An arriving part of a Science Channel array “NASA’s Unexplained Files” recounts a review and includes a goal audio.
The transcription of a Apollo 10 transmissions from NASA. Pertinent sections are on pages 195-196
The NASA History Office tweeted Monday that a goal audio was never “classified” and that a full twin was published in 1973. The tapes were converted to digital format and posted online in 2012.
“#Apollo 10 audio transcripts were not classified, only no approach to get them to a open before a internet,” a History Office tweeted. It also publicized links where a information could be found online.