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Friday, December 23, 2011

NASA Radio

Usually when you think of NASA radio, you think of the crackly conversations between astronauts and ground control during space missions. But these days, the national space agency is providing more cutting-edge music than tinny chats between space crews and their handlers on the ground. It's called Third Rock Radio and it launched about a week ago. It features new rock, independent and alternative music, and also gives young people leads on jobs and other ways to deal with the high-tech world.


Anonymous said...

I bet aliens think NASA radio is for them.

Anonymous said...

Great station, but for the "Good ole Bunkies" they'll have a problem with this station because it's newer music that the younger crowd listens to.