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NASA's Apollo DSE "Black Box" Transcripts


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In this examination into NASA's "black box" transcripts, we will look at just a few of the many interesting and revealing comments made by the astronauts throughout the Apollo program that were captured by the CSM's DSE system, as well as touch on some of the scripting protocols employed during the various TV broadcasts made from the CSM during the journey to and from the Moon and while in lunar orbit. Contrary to what many think, those TV broadcasts were in fact elegantly scripted affairs, designed to rigidly control the amount of data that we, the general public, would have available to analyze. Because of this, the DSE and DSEA internal crew conversation transcripts can provide us, in the astronauts own words, an unscripted and less-guarded insight into some of the incredible things they really witnessed during their journey to and from the Moon.

During the Apollo lunar landing program, NASA made use of two primary flight telemetry/voice recording systems aboard their spacecraft. One of these systems was inside the Command/Service Module, and the other was mounted within the Lunar Module. These two systems were known as the DSE (aboard the CSM) and the DSEA (aboard the LM). The "Data Storage Equipment" systems essentially served as Black Box cockpit voice recorders, designed to tape some of the internal conversations between the astronauts while they were out of radio contact with Mission Control in Houston. After contact was re-established during the flight, Mission Control could then dump (downlink) the recorded data from the CSM to Earth, where it would be analyzed.

Unfortunately, NASA today claims that the original DSE Black Box tapes from the Apollo missions are missing and are presumed lost. However, these DSE recordings were transcribed shortly after the contents of the tapes were originally dumped from the CSM to the Earth, and several years after the Apollo program ended, these transcripts finally were declassified and then released to the NASA archives.

In coming segments, we will examine many more impressive statements made by the NASA astronauts that were captured by the various cockpit voice recording systems utilized during not only the Apollo program, but during the earlier Gemini Earth-orbital flights as well. There is much more to come!

Cheers,

LunaCognita

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NASA Mission Transcripts can be found HERE

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p.s. no comments...... :blush:

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Could we please ? Nasa has enough on there plate. We need not make up this non-senc.

These pics that keep being put up are of craters on the moon, yes Thats all they are.

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Could we please ? Nasa has enough on there plate. We need not make up this non-senc.

These pics that keep being put up are of craters on the moon, yes Thats all they are.

exactly similar to some of those 'truth's protective layers'

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2NQ3U-B95es

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exactly similar to some of those 'truth's protective layers'

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2NQ3U-B95es

;)

We have trodded down that road mcrom901, and is a dead end. Mid even posted about all that months ago.

Nasa has nothing to cover up,Neil Armstrong has nothing to cover up.This is all there is the Real facts.

Mankind went to the Moon,brought back some rocks,and Left our Footprints . We are a Great Species.

Not until we go back,or future exploations into the Universe will we all Feel the Pride that our Space Program has built a Beautiful ISS a delivery system,and all the knowledge we gain each and every Flt into our Future. :rolleyes:

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All I see there is the Moon crater....What so astoninshing about that?...Earth have hundreds of it

Thanks

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mcrom901 have you been looking outside your home for suspuious looking Black Vans and shady Guys with Dark sun glasses they wear even at Nite?

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mcrom901 have you been looking outside your home for suspuious looking Black Vans and shady Guys with Dark sun glasses they wear even at Nite?

com' on.... shoooooooot

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shooting break......... :lol:

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ahhhh...... the 'contical craters'

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"It might be campfires."

Ever heard of cracking a joke? Must everything these guys be taken seriously?

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I can't find any of these quotes in the transcripts found on the NASA site using the "Find" feature.

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What's the point?

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What's the point?

Oh..Oh...can I guess?

I guess the point is that astronauts get to see fascinating things while in space...and that their use of 'cuss words' is censored (?). Seems like a good guess to me. ^_^

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