Hubble: One in a Million

Article written: 6 Jul , 2011
Updated: 18 Jan , 2016
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For those of you bummed that Hubble’s one millionth observation didn’t include an eye-popping image, Daniel Pendick from the Geeked on Goddard Blog has put together a video of over 200 classic Hubble images, with the funky music from the “Planets” album by the band One Ring Zero. “Planets” is a collection of new compositions to represent the solar system and beyond. Gustav Holst its not, but it is “an eclectic and quirky journey from Mercury to Pluto, with influences as diverse as gypsy violin, Pink Floyd and David Bowie, Electric Light Orchestra, and even klezmer,” said Pendick on the 365 Days of Astronomy podcast. Enjoy!

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1 Response

  1. EK says

    Good show Hubble! Great music too. Long live the King.

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