Back to the space telescope!
I cannot stop engaging in Hubble stories and republishing them in this place.
The latest is an account, published here, of how scientists turned an image of a galaxy into music! Or rather added music to the video.
Here it is!
Cool! A Hubble photo translated to music
Posted by Deborah Byrd in Human World | Space|May 10, 2020
There’s no sound in space. But – working with NASA – musicians and scientists turned a Hubble Space Telescope image of a galaxy cluster into music.
We stumbled on this video via a May 3, 2020, re-post at ScienceAlert. Matt Russo and Andrew Santaguida of System Sounds in Toronto – which calls itself “a sci-art outreach project” – created the video. It’s part of NASA’s Astrophysics Visualizations series. NASA explained the video this way:
Space becomes sonified in this visualization of…
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