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Space Mars Science

Amateur Records the "Sound" of Mars Express 52

Posted by kdawson
from the music-of-the-artificial-irregular-shapes dept.
gyrogeerloose writes "A French amateur radio operator who built his own ground station using equipment from an abandoned telecom uplink site has listened in on the ESA's Mars Express space probe. While his antenna is too small to allow him to download actual data, he was able to record and convert the signal of the probe's X-Band transmitter into an audio file."
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Amateur Records the "Sound" of Mars Express

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Nobody's gonna believe that computers are intelligent until they start coming in late and lying about it.

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