Help Wake Up the Astronauts on the Next Space Mission

By: Stephanie Palmer Email
By: Stephanie Palmer Email
You could help NASA wake up the astronauts with a special song on the next two scheduled shuttle missions.

In this image from NASA television, space shuttle Endeavour astronaut Dave Williams rides on the end of the robot arm to install a new gyroscope on the international space station during a space walk Monday, Aug. 13, 2007. (AP Photo/NASA TV)

You could help NASA wake up the astronauts with a special song on the next two scheduled shuttle missions. The space agency wants people to vote for their favorite song from a list of 40. The top song will jump start the crew during their next flight. Song writers can also upload their own creation to possibly be heard in outer space during February's mission.

https://songcontest.nasa.gov/


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