Sonification of Astronomical Data

Uncategorized — priyaganadas @ 9:29 pm

I have been going through different types of astronomical datasets lately. One of the interesting directions is to sonify astronomical data. This is what I have decided to pursue. Following project taken in deep space field data from Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope over four years. Based on brightness, duration, distance from earth of supernovae that were captured, piano notes are played to create a sonata.

Internet radio station, CRaTER, plays live cosmic ray count as music

read more about CRaTER

Datasets from NASA

Large Hadron Collider (LHC) sounds


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