Speech recognition technology used to analyze Apollo mission tapes

There was a lot more said during the Apollo 11 missions besides "The Eagle has landed and "That's one step for man." To help preserve and make accessible the thousands of hours of recorded mission audio, a team of researchers at the University of Texas at Dallas used speech recognition technology to unscramble and analyze the conversations between astronauts, mission control, and technicians in between across a quarter of a million miles of space... Continue Reading Speech recognition technology used to analyze Apollo mission tapes Category: Space Tags: Apollo 11 NASA University of Texas Related Articles: Apollo Mission Control Center's past is in its future Google's Street View cars offer block-by-block pollution readings Flight plan from legendary Apollo 13 mission to be auctioned Rocks reveal secret of Moon's formation

Speech recognition technology used to analyze Apollo mission tapes

There was a lot more said during the Apollo 11 missions besides "The Eagle has landed and "That's one step for man." To help preserve and make accessible the thousands of hours of recorded ...

Sat 9 Dec 17 from Gizmag

Team created techniques to analyze thousands of hours of NASA tape

NASA recorded thousands of hours of audio from the Apollo lunar missions, yet most of us have only been able to hear the highlights.

Thu 7 Dec 17 from Phys.org

Researchers Create Techniques to Analyze Thousands of Hours of NASA Tape

NewsNASA recorded thousands of hours of audio from the Apollo lunar missions, yet most of us have only been able to hear the highlights.Contributed Author: University of Texas at DallasTopics: Physics/Engineering

Thu 7 Dec 17 from Laboratory Equipment

UT Dallas Researchers Develop Techniques to Analyze Massive Apollo Mission Audio Archive

Nearly 20,000 hours of audio from NASA's lunar missions remained in archives until UT Dallas researchers launched a project to analyze all communication between astronauts, mission control and ...

Thu 7 Dec 17 from Newswise

UT Dallas researchers develop techniques to analyze thousands of hours of Apollo mission audio

UT Dallas researchers develop speech-processing techniques to reconstruct NASA lunar mission audio from a massive archive. The team developed algorithms to process, recognize and analyze the ...

Thu 7 Dec 17 from Eurekalert

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