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Attention, Filmmakers: Put These Authentic Space Sounds in Your Movie for FREE (Thanks NASA!)

Attention, Filmmakers: Put These Authentic Space Sounds in Your Movie for FREE (Thanks NASA!)

Aspire to be a future Alfonso Cuaron or Christopher Nolan, but can’t afford a soundtrack by Steven Price or Hans Zimmer — or even specialized sound effects? No worries. NASA’s got you covered.

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The government agency has posted a huge library of space sounds on SoundCloud, CreateDigitalMusic reports. There are rocket sounds, the sound of a launch, Mercury Sounds, radio emissions and even the famous “The Eagle has landed.” Best of all, they’re free. Just be sure to credit NASA and check out their usage guidelines to be on the safe side.

Check out a few of the sounds below and prepare to be amazed. Then check out the whole NASA collection.

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