DIY Podcast: Space Station Audio Clips Transcript

    The assortment of 25 audio clips features some of NASA's International Space Station experts:
    • Camille Alleyne, the assistant program scientist for the International Space Station, tells us about the work being done on the station.
    • Mike Fincke has spent the most time in orbit of the U.S. astronauts -- more than 381 days. He lends his expertise about life on board the station.
    • Garrett Reisman, a flight engineer on Expeditions 16 and 17, welcomes you to the International Space Station.
    Mix these audio clips with your own narration. Listen to the audio and download the clips you want to use in your podcast or other audio production. To download clips to your computer, right-click on the "Listen" link.

    1-a. Camille Alleyne introduces herself.
    Duration: 31 seconds
    ›  Listen
    ›  Text version

    2-a. Camille Alleyne explains what the International Space Station is.
    Duration: 30 seconds
    ›  Listen
    ›  Text version

    3-a. Camille Alleyne explains why a laboratory in space is important.
    Duration: 32 seconds
    ›  Listen
    ›  Text version

    4-a. Camille Alleyne talks about the number of experiments on the station.
    Duration: 1 minute 4 seconds
    ›  Listen
    ›  Text version

    5-a. Camille Alleyne explains that NASA does not do the work on the station alone.
    Duration: 1 minute 18 seconds
    ›  Listen
    ›  Text version

    6-a. Camille Alleyne explains how astronauts obtain drinking water.
    Duration: 32 seconds
    ›  Listen
    ›  Text version

    7-a. Camille Alleyne describes the Environmental Control Life Support System, or ECLSS.
    Duration: 36 seconds
    ›  Listen
    ›  Text version

    8-a. Camille Alleyne describes some of the experiments taking place on the station.
    Duration: 2 minutes 36 seconds
    ›  Listen
    ›  Text version

    9-a. Camille Alleyne describes how bacteria are different without gravity.
    Duration: 1 minute 8 seconds
    ›  Listen
    ›  Text version

    10-a. Camille Alleyne explains the U.S. role in building the station.
    Duration: 21 seconds
    ›  Listen
    ›  Text version

    11-a. Camille Alleyne details the percentage of work that each space agency does on the station.
    Duration: 44 seconds
    ›  Listen
    ›  Text version

    12-a. Camille Alleyne lists some of the station's "amazing accomplishments."
    Duration: 2 minutes 46 seconds
    ›  Listen
    ›  Text version

    13-a. Camille Alleyne describes what she believes is some of the most important work being done on the station.
    Duration: 55 seconds
    ›  Listen
    ›  Text version

    14-a. Mike Fincke introduces himself.
    Duration: 17 seconds
    ›  Listen
    ›  Text version

    15-a. Mike Fincke describes the International Space Station.
    Duration: 54 seconds
    ›  Listen
    ›  Text version

    16-a. Mike Fincke describes the different types of experiments on the space station.
    Duration: 1 minute 1 second
    ›  Listen
    ›  Text version

    17-a. Mike Fincke describes a "typical" day on the space station.
    Duration: 1 minute 47 seconds
    ›  Listen
    ›  Text version

    18-a. Mike Fincke explains how the work schedule on the station is decided.
    Duration: 48 seconds
    ›  Listen
    ›  Text version

    19-a. Mike Fincke explains how the station crew communicates with their families and ground control on Earth.
    Duration: 1 minute 11 seconds
    ›  Listen
    ›  Text version

    20-a. Mike Fincke describes how the crew takes care of eating and other bodily functions on the station.
    Duration: 1 minute 41 seconds
    ›  Listen
    ›  Text version

    21-a. Mike Fincke describes what he thinks is the best thing about living on the station.
    Duration: 27 seconds
    ›  Listen
    ›  Text version

    22-a. Mike Fincke tells why he thinks the International Space Station is amazing.
    Duration: 53 seconds
    ›  Listen
    ›  Text version

    23-a. Mike Fincke discusses the most amazing things astronauts do on the International Space Station.
    Duration: 59 seconds
    ›  Listen
    ›  Text version

    24-a. Mike Fincke explains why the space station does not cost as much as people might think.
    Duration: 1 minute 13 seconds
    ›  Listen
    ›  Text version

    25-a. Garrett Reisman welcomes visitors to a tour of the International Space Station.
    Duration: 14 seconds
    ›  Listen
    ›  Text version

    >  Return to Space Station Main Page

Return to DIY

Space Station Resources

  • The International Space Station

    Space Station Main

    Build a podcast about the orbiting science lab.

  • Blue video clapboard

    Video Clips

    Download NASA video clips to build a Space Station video podcast.

  • Blue image frames

    Images

    Use NASA images to transition between scenes in your Space Station video podcast.

Tips for Teachers