INSTRUMENT | One Antarctic Night | BBC’s Discovery Podcast Features Sonified CSTAR Data
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09 Jul BBC’s Discovery Podcast Features Sonified CSTAR Data

The soundtrack of today’s BBC World Service Discovery podcast episode “Sounds of Space: Deep Space” uses data from CSTAR telescopes sonified by Andrew Blanton as part of the data-sound project “INSTRUMENT: One Antarctic Night” an interactive artwork currently under collaborative development by a team of national and international artists scientists and Antarctic researchers.

The BBC Discovery segment uses sounds from “INSTRUMENT: One Antarctic Night” the techno musical beat of pulsars spinning and other audio data from across the universe alongside NASA Voyager recordings Carl Sagan’s message to deep space lifeforms and interviews with other scientists trying to experience and understand deep space.

You can listen to the podcast or download the mp3 at BBC’s Discovery website.