Is NASA audio royalty free?

Is NASA audio royalty free?

Another thing: you’re free to use all of these sounds as you wish, because NASA’s own audio isn’t copyrighted. It’s meant to be a public service to the American people of their taxpayer-funded government program, but that extends to everyone.

Are NASA sounds public domain?

A cosmic collection of sounds from space exploration is now available in the public domain.

What sound does a rocket launcher make?

Rockets make a rumbling sound as they prepare for takeoff, followed by a roaring sound during takeoff, followed by a whooshing around much later. Don’t forget the sonic boom when it passes the speed of sound.

What is rocket sound?

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Can I use NASA audio?

NASA content (images, videos, audio, etc) are generally not copyrighted and may be used for educational or informational purposes without needing explicit permissions.

Can you use NASA audio in music?

Some NASA audiovisual material may incorporate music or footage, which is copyrighted and licensed for the particular NASA work. Any further use by a third party of such material would require permission of the copyright owner.

Do planets make sounds NASA?

NASA has previously captured the unearthly sounds of the solar system, through radio emissions that scientists have converted into sound waves. Hear the chilling cacophony of plasma waves, the mighty bellow of Jupiter, the gusty howl of Mars’ surface, and every other planet in our solar system, in the video below.

How loud is a space shuttle launch?

The Space Shuttle’s 195-decibel sound footprint, for example, was reduced to a more respectable 142 decibels with the water treatment.

Where can I download NASA videos?

You can get the latest NASA videos on the NASA’s Video Download page. NASA maintains a wide variety of video from human spaceflight, including the International Space Station, the Orion Program and more on Historical imagery from the beginning of NASA can also be found on

Can I use the NASA logo?

The NASA Seal is not permitted on merchandise and is only permitted to be used by the NASA Administrator or Administrator’s office. The names, logos, devices or graphics of NASA programs may be used on merchandise subject to review and approval by NASA, and subject to the prohibitions on co-branding noted above.