Various The Sounds Of Earth

Various The Sounds Of Earth Songs - The 70s [CD]. The stylus is in the correct position to play the record from the beginning. Item information Condition:. International postage paid to Pitney Bowes Inc. Please enter a valid postcode. Jim Morayan English folk singer, released the album Upcetera in September The disk is revealed to contain Various The Sounds Of Earth hidden message left by the original Megatroninstructing his descendants to venture back in time to prehistoric Earth and assassinate Optimus Primeto change history and ensure a Decepticon victory against the Autobots.

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Domestic handling time. Uranium has a half-life of 4. It is possible e. The records also had the inscription "To the makers of music — all worlds, all times" hand-etched on its surface. The inscription was located in the "takeout grooves", an area of the record between the label and playable surface. Since this was not in the original specifications, the record was initially rejected, to be replaced with a blank disc.

Sagan later convinced the administrator to include the record as is. Voyager 1 was launched in , passed the orbit of Pluto in , and left the Solar System in the sense of passing the termination shock in November It is now in the Kuiper belt. In about 40, years, it and Voyager 2 will each come to within about 1. In March , Voyager 1 was over Voyager 1 has entered the heliosheath , the region beyond the termination shock.

The termination shock is where the solar wind, a thin stream of electrically charged gas blowing continuously outward from the Sun, is slowed by pressure from gas between the stars. Of the eleven instruments carried on Voyager 1 , five of them are still operational and continue to send back data today. It is expected that there will be insufficient energy to power any of the instruments beyond On September 12, , NASA announced that Voyager 1 had left the heliosheath and entered interstellar space , [25] although it still remains within the Sun's gravitational sphere of influence.

Several works of science fiction, such as the film Star Trek: The Motion Picture , the film Starman and the film Battlefield Earth feature extraterrestrial intelligences discovering the record and turning their attention to Earth as a result. Among these is included the computer animated television show Beast Wars , which features one of the records as a central plot point in a continuation of the Transformers storyline.

Referred to as the Golden Disk, the record is stolen by Megatron and his band of Predacons. The disk is revealed to contain a hidden message left by the original Megatron , instructing his descendants to venture back in time to prehistoric Earth and assassinate Optimus Prime , to change history and ensure a Decepticon victory against the Autobots.

In a Saturday Night Live segment "Next Week in Review" in episode 64 of the show's third season originally aired , Steve Martin 's character, a psychic named Cocuwa, announced that extraterrestrials had responded to the record with the four words "Send more Chuck Berry". It was also referenced in the animation known as Fafner in the Azure as being one of the objects that the aliens discover.

In , the podcast The Truth produced an episode titled "Voyager Found", where the Voyager crash-lands on the property of Dawn and Tad, an alien couple, who decide to play the record. The minute piece, in one single movement, depicts the journey of the Voyager through the Solar System, using as references some of the music that is on board each probe, on the Golden Record. Jim Moray , an English folk singer, released the album Upcetera in September It contains the track 'Sounds of Earth' in which he interweaves the stories of the production of the Golden Record and the romance between Carl Sagan and Ann Druyan.

It refers to the recording of an EEG of Druyan as she thought of Sagan as the sound of someone falling in love. In October , the podcast Science Friday featured an updated, crowd sourced version of the Golden Record which included, among other entries, I Have a Dream , The Little Prince , and the human genome. Grace Petrie , an English songwriter and folk singer, released a track by the name of "The Golden Record" on her album Heart First Aid Kit, which is a love song based upon the story of Carl Sagan and Ann Druyan, referencing the additions made to the record intended to depict the sound of human beings in love.

Most of the images used on the record reproduced in black and white , together with information about its compilation, can be found in the book Murmurs of Earth: The Voyager Interstellar Record by Carl Sagan , F. To celebrate the 40th anniversary of the record, Ozma Records launched a Kickstarter project to release the record contents in LP format as part of a box set also containing a hardcover book, turntable slipmat, and art print. Ozma Records then produced another edition of the three-disc LP vinyl record box set that also includes the audio content of the Golden Record, softcover book containing the images encoded on the record, images sent back by Voyager , commentary from Ferris, art print, turntable slipmat, and a collector's box.

This edition was released in February along with a 2xCD-Book edition. This book shares videos from around the world to create a time capsule of the planet Earth. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Sounds of Earth.

Two phonograph records included on both Voyager spacecraft launched in For the Korean music awards, see Golden Disc Awards. The Voyager Golden Record. Main article: Contents of the Voyager Golden Record. A child's greeting in English recorded on the Voyager Golden Record.

Select images on the Voyager Golden Record. A photo of Jupiter with its diameter indicated. This image depicts humans licking, eating, and drinking as modes of feeding.

This is a photograph of the Arecibo observatory marked with an indication of scale. Gold plating at the James G. Lee Record Processing center in Gardena, California left , and preparation for the record's packaging before the launch of Voyager 2 right. Astronomy portal Biology portal. The Atlantic. Retrieved 1 July Jet Propulsion Laboratory. January 25, Retrieved September 23, September 12, Retrieved April 15, Nations in Transitions: The Caucasian Republics.

The Smithsonian. Retrieved December 7, The New Yorker. Retrieved 15 November New York: Random House. Murmurs of Earth. New York: Ballantine Books. Retrieved December 20, Retrieved November 15, Retrieved November 30, Retrieved April 20, — via SoundCloud. Retrieved May 26, The New York Times.

Retrieved February 11, Retrieved November 26, May 24, Season 3: April 22, Lay summary. The Truth Podcast. Retrieved November 21, Marianelli - Voyager Concerto". Retrieved 15 April July 19, Retrieved January 30, Science Friday. October 7, Retrieved October 7, Grace Petrie. June

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If you don't follow our item condition policy for returns , you may not receive a full refund. Instead, only a silhouette of the couple was included. The pulsar map and hydrogen molecule diagram are shared in common with the Pioneer plaque. The images are encoded in analogue form and composed of vertical lines. Jimmy Iovine , who was still early in his career as a music producer, served as sound engineer for the project at the recommendation of John Lennon , who was contacted to contribute but was unable to take part.

It has been said that Carl Sagan suggested including the Beatles song " Here Comes the Sun " on the record but the record company EMI , which held the copyrights, declined. In the upper left-hand corner is a drawing of the phonograph record and the stylus carried with it. The stylus is in the correct position to play the record from the beginning. Written around it in binary arithmetic is the correct time of one rotation of the record, 3. The drawing indicates that the record should be played from the outside in.

Below this drawing is a side view of the record and stylus, with a binary number giving the time to play one side of the record—about an hour more precisely, between 53 and 54 minutes. The information in the upper right-hand portion of the cover is designed to show how pictures are to be constructed from the recorded signals.

The top drawing shows the typical signal that occurs at the start of a picture. The picture is made from this signal, which traces the picture as a series of vertical lines, similar to analog television in which the picture is a series of horizontal lines.

Picture lines 1, 2 and 3 are noted in binary numbers, and the duration of one of the "picture lines," about 8 milliseconds, is noted. The drawing immediately below shows how these lines are to be drawn vertically, with staggered "interlace" to give the correct picture rendition. Immediately below this is a drawing of an entire picture raster , showing that there are 2 9 vertical lines in a complete picture. Immediately below this is a replica of the first picture on the record to permit the recipients to verify that they are decoding the signals correctly.

A circle was used in this picture to ensure that the recipients use the correct ratio of horizontal to vertical height in picture reconstruction. Color images were represented by three images in sequence, one each for red, green, and blue components of the image. A color image of the spectrum of the sun was included for calibration purposes.

The drawing in the lower left-hand corner of the cover is the pulsar map previously sent as part of the plaques on Pioneers 10 and It shows the location of the Solar System with respect to 14 pulsars , whose precise periods are given. The drawing containing two circles in the lower right-hand corner is a drawing of the hydrogen atom in its two lowest states, with a connecting line and digit 1 to indicate that the time interval associated with the transition from one state to the other is to be used as the fundamental time scale, both for the time given on the cover and in the decoded pictures.

Blank records were provided by the Pyral S. Lee record-processing center in Gardena, California , to cut and gold-plate eight Voyager records. After the records were plated they were mounted in aluminum containers and delivered to JPL. Uranium has a half-life of 4. It is possible e. The records also had the inscription "To the makers of music — all worlds, all times" hand-etched on its surface. The inscription was located in the "takeout grooves", an area of the record between the label and playable surface.

Since this was not in the original specifications, the record was initially rejected, to be replaced with a blank disc. Sagan later convinced the administrator to include the record as is.

Voyager 1 was launched in , passed the orbit of Pluto in , and left the Solar System in the sense of passing the termination shock in November It is now in the Kuiper belt. In about 40, years, it and Voyager 2 will each come to within about 1. In March , Voyager 1 was over Voyager 1 has entered the heliosheath , the region beyond the termination shock.

The termination shock is where the solar wind, a thin stream of electrically charged gas blowing continuously outward from the Sun, is slowed by pressure from gas between the stars. Of the eleven instruments carried on Voyager 1 , five of them are still operational and continue to send back data today.

It is expected that there will be insufficient energy to power any of the instruments beyond On September 12, , NASA announced that Voyager 1 had left the heliosheath and entered interstellar space , [25] although it still remains within the Sun's gravitational sphere of influence. Several works of science fiction, such as the film Star Trek: The Motion Picture , the film Starman and the film Battlefield Earth feature extraterrestrial intelligences discovering the record and turning their attention to Earth as a result.

Among these is included the computer animated television show Beast Wars , which features one of the records as a central plot point in a continuation of the Transformers storyline.

Referred to as the Golden Disk, the record is stolen by Megatron and his band of Predacons. The disk is revealed to contain a hidden message left by the original Megatron , instructing his descendants to venture back in time to prehistoric Earth and assassinate Optimus Prime , to change history and ensure a Decepticon victory against the Autobots.

In a Saturday Night Live segment "Next Week in Review" in episode 64 of the show's third season originally aired , Steve Martin 's character, a psychic named Cocuwa, announced that extraterrestrials had responded to the record with the four words "Send more Chuck Berry". It was also referenced in the animation known as Fafner in the Azure as being one of the objects that the aliens discover.

In , the podcast The Truth produced an episode titled "Voyager Found", where the Voyager crash-lands on the property of Dawn and Tad, an alien couple, who decide to play the record.

The minute piece, in one single movement, depicts the journey of the Voyager through the Solar System, using as references some of the music that is on board each probe, on the Golden Record. Jim Moray , an English folk singer, released the album Upcetera in September It contains the track 'Sounds of Earth' in which he interweaves the stories of the production of the Golden Record and the romance between Carl Sagan and Ann Druyan.

It refers to the recording of an EEG of Druyan as she thought of Sagan as the sound of someone falling in love. In October , the podcast Science Friday featured an updated, crowd sourced version of the Golden Record which included, among other entries, I Have a Dream , The Little Prince , and the human genome.

Grace Petrie , an English songwriter and folk singer, released a track by the name of "The Golden Record" on her album Heart First Aid Kit, which is a love song based upon the story of Carl Sagan and Ann Druyan, referencing the additions made to the record intended to depict the sound of human beings in love.

Most of the images used on the record reproduced in black and white , together with information about its compilation, can be found in the book Murmurs of Earth: The Voyager Interstellar Record by Carl Sagan , F. To celebrate the 40th anniversary of the record, Ozma Records launched a Kickstarter project to release the record contents in LP format as part of a box set also containing a hardcover book, turntable slipmat, and art print.

Ozma Records then produced another edition of the three-disc LP vinyl record box set that also includes the audio content of the Golden Record, softcover book containing the images encoded on the record, images sent back by Voyager , commentary from Ferris, art print, turntable slipmat, and a collector's box.

This edition was released in February along with a 2xCD-Book edition. This book shares videos from around the world to create a time capsule of the planet Earth. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Sounds of Earth. Two phonograph records included on both Voyager spacecraft launched in For the Korean music awards, see Golden Disc Awards. The Voyager Golden Record. Main article: Contents of the Voyager Golden Record. A child's greeting in English recorded on the Voyager Golden Record.

Select images on the Voyager Golden Record. A photo of Jupiter with its diameter indicated. This image depicts humans licking, eating, and drinking as modes of feeding. This is a photograph of the Arecibo observatory marked with an indication of scale.

Gold plating at the James G. Lee Record Processing center in Gardena, California left , and preparation for the record's packaging before the launch of Voyager 2 right. Astronomy portal Biology portal. The Atlantic. Retrieved 1 July Jet Propulsion Laboratory.

January 25, Retrieved September 23, September 12, Retrieved April 15, Nations in Transitions: The Caucasian Republics. The Smithsonian. Retrieved December 7, The New Yorker. Retrieved 15 November