The world wide web is a beautiful buzz with all sorts of amazin' articles 'bout this fantastic feat and below is one that awesomely accents our most most beloved Dino and his coolest of cool connect to space travel.
Likes from the 'net site of the Brit news pad "EXPRESS" comes scriber Mr. Sebastian Kettley (pictured 'bove) perfect prose, "NASA Moon Tunes playlist: Celebrate Apollo 11 anniversary with these Moon-themed tunes." Likes a particular portion of Mr. Kettley's prose remarkably revels that one of our Dino's coolest of cool croons, "Houston," "awakened" several crews of astronauts "on their final day in space." All youse Dino-philes can read all the delightful Dino-details below.
Likes we continue to stand in awe, in absolute awe, of our one and only Dino and and the marvelous many and veritable variety of wonderful ways that our Dino has and continues to incredibly impact our culture.
We thanks Mr. Sebastian Kettley and all the pallies at "EXPRESS" for sharin' our Dino's involvement with the NASA programme of space travel. To checks this out in it's original source and read the prose in total, simply clicks on the tag of this Dino-gram. And, likes, of course, we can't miss the Dino-opportunity to share that wonderful vid clip of our great great man croonin' 'bout "Houston" on the Dino-show.
Yours In Dino,
Dino Martin Peters
NASA Moon Tunes playlist: Celebrate Apollo 11 anniversary with these Moon-themed tunes
NASA boasts a long-standing tradition of blasting space-inspired music to wake up its astronauts every morning. Get into the spirit of Apollo 11 this week with NASA’s curated selection of inspiring Moon Tunes.
By SEBASTIAN KETTLEY
The use of music to wake up NASA’s astronauts dates back to the historic Apollo programme.
According to Steve Knopper, a former Rolling Stone editor, flight controllers in Mission Control would serenade astronauts on return trajectories to Earth.
Mr Knopper said: “Several crews have awakened on their final day in space to Dean Martin’s popular song Going Back to Houston."