Radio Astronomy: The Radio Station from Space

Radio Astronomy: The Radio Station from Space
Dan Gould
  • 21 november 2008

What does space sound like? The Radio Astronomy project broadcasts audio intercepted from space live  over the internet and on a traditional radio station. Radio telescopes pick up all kinds of signals from solar flares to the planet Jupiter’s interaction with its moon, which produce a symphony of strange clicks, hisses and pops. While to the untrained ear these sounds may seem like static, they actually tell a rich story about outer space which can’t be gleaned visually.

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