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NASA Offers Space Ringtones for Free

by Shane McGlaun
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If you are a space geek that uses an iPhone or an Android device, and are into space and space exploration, NASA has rounded up a bunch of sounds for you. The sounds are offered in one place so they are easy to find and they come in M4R formats for use on the iPhone and as MP3 tones for Android users and all other comers.

The sounds are in four categories including “Shuttle and Station,” “Apollo and Mercury,” “Current Missions,” and “Beeps and Bytes.” Each of the categories has multiple sounds in them. Some of the coolest include Neil Armstrong saying his One Small Step… quote as man first walked on the moon. The sounds also include other memorable quotes from JFK and astronauts of the 60s.

My favorite is the infamous Houston, we’ve had a problem… quote. That would be perfect for your boss’s phone number or the wife. You can also just get beeps and tones from satellites and other stuff too. Grab all of the ringtones over on the NASA website now.



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