NASA has voiced digital photographs of the Milky Way taken from three telescopes over the years, turning them into music. The brighter the light of the star, the higher the note, experts say.
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An experiment carried out at NASA turned light waves into a musical composition. Photographic materials were obtained from three observatories that conduct space exploration in light, infrared and X-rays. Some photographic materials are composite compilations of different elements or types of light. Experts used different colors of the visible spectrum to visualize objects captured using X-ray and infrared equipment. As a reference point, scientists took the center of the Milky Way galaxy, filled with stars, gas and dust, including a supermassive black hole.
Scientists have collected, in particular, digital images of the Chandra X-ray observatory and created a musical composition. They heard the chiming of stars, as well as the lingering hum of long dust clouds. The deep sounding of the place where the black hole is is noted. NASA specialists recorded the information on video by publishing the video on YouTube hosting.