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Old December 18th 06, 03:34 PM posted to sci.space.shuttle,sci.space.station
Craig Fink
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Default Good Vibrations, Good Morning....

Hopefully, NASA sends up the morning wakeup call as an OGG (MP3) instead
of playing it over the ratty comm.

Did NASA pay the Beach Boys a royalty for broadcasting their song?

Or, is NASA avoiding the royalty by only broadcasting a portion of the

Or, did the Beach Boys give their permission to play it? It's just good

Or, is the wakeup call a don't ask, don't tell, royalty free broadcast;-)

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