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STS-96 Wakeup Calls
Wakeup calls are a long-standing tradition of the NASA program. Each day during the mission, flight controllers in the Mission Control Center will greet the crew with an appropriate musical interlude.

Flight Day 11STS-96 wakeup call, flight day 11 “The Longest Day”
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Flight Day 10STS-96 wakeup call, flight day 10 "Good Morning Starshine"
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Flight Day 9STS-96 wakeup call, flight day 9 "Free Bird" - Lynyrd Skynyrd
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Flight Day 8STS-96 wakeup call, flight day 8 Strains of the Russian song "Vasha Blagarodye" slowly segued into "The Charleston"
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Flight Day 7STS-96 wakeup call, flight day 7 "Exultate Jubilate" - Mozart
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Flight Day 6STS-96 wakeup call, flight day 6 "Amarillo by Morning" - George Strait
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Flight Day 5STS-96 wakeup call, flight day 5 "Morning Colors" - US Coast Guard Band
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Flight Day 4STS-96 wakeup call, flight day 4 Themes from "Star Wars" - Space Center Intermediate Band
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Flight Day 3STS-96 wakeup call, flight day 3 "Danger Zone" - Kenny Loggins
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Flight Day 2STS-96 wakeup call, flight day 2 "California Dreamin" - Beach Boys
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Curator: Kim Dismukes | Responsible NASA Official: John Ira Petty | Updated: 04/09/2002
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