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Pulsar Symphony - An die Freude/Ode to Joy (Beethoven's 9th Symphony)

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Published on Jun 24, 2016

Pulsars are rotating exotic stars that continuously emit radio pulses with each rotation. Some pulsars rotate in access of 600 times a second. If we had ears tuned for radio waves, this is what we would 'hear' if our Milky Way Galaxy would play Beethoven's 9th Symphony (Ode to Joy) solely with pulsars.

Enjoy the Milky Way Galaxy play Beethoven’s 9th Symphony (Ode to Joy) as a quartet solely with the sound of pulsars. The Galaxy and pulsar positions within the Galaxy are realistic. The brightening and dimming of pulsars giving off ‘tones’ are pseudo-realistic proportionally scaled with their rotational kinetic energy.

To listen to star sounds on your android phone download the "Star Sound" app at:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/de...

For more info, see
www.pulsarsound.space
www.kiziltan.org

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