This Song Made Of Actual Noises From A Comet Is Guaranteed To Blow Your Mind
Andrew Huang's remix of "Across the Universe" uses the sounds of the "Singing Comet" as recorded by the European Space Agency's Rosetta space probe.
Canadian musician Andrew Huang has recorded an incredible cover of The Beatles' "Across the Universe" using sounds from the ESA's audio recordings from its recent comet-landing mission.
The remix is entirely composed of the Rosetta space probe's recordings of Comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko, and his own voice.
Rosetta's Plasma Consortium (RPC) has uncovered a mysterious 'song' that Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko is singing into space. The comet seems to be emitting a 'song' in the form of oscillations in the magnetic field in the comet's environment. It is being sung at 40-50 millihertz, far below human hearing, which typically picks up sound between 20 Hz and 20 kHz. To make the music audible to the human ear, the frequencies have been increased in this recording.