Crew members from the NASA space shuttle, Atlantis, gave an out of this world presentation this week at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame & Museum.
The presentation in Cleveland, Ohio was given by the crew of Atlantis who returned to earth from their space mission in May.
In a well-illustrated and musical presentation the crew detailed how music was pivotal to their usual working and resting day in Space. Mission specialist Michael Good highlighted how each crew member had their own musical wake-up call each morning as they drifted through Space.
Their presentation also detailed the personal tracks that each crew member took into space with them. The list included:
Disappointingly the presentation made no mention of David Bowie’s “Space Oddity”. But there again, Major Tom’s space journey didn’t have such a terrestrial ending as this presentation by the buoyant crew.
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