Scientists change the possibility of 5000 Martian sunrise into music

NASA's Robot Mars is "a good part of the year in Perseverance Valley." For months, NASA is unable to recover a connection with the Rover Graduated is very sustainable to the end. However, even though the possibility will not be returned to the Internet, it's still a lot of gift and surprise to offer researchers for years. More recently, the pair of creative scientists found the image of Rover 5,000 solar on Mars into the music using a special image diagnosis technique.

The image "SATIFICATION", which is called "devious image", has been used in many ways to study the characteristics of the planets' surface and atmospheric properties, weather changes, or volcanic eruptions. In this particular case, Geneva Williams, the director of the Englisch Ruskuni University's Ann-Ening Engines Engineer and Exeter University lecturer, Demonco Vickin and Pixel, looked at the right from left to right. Then they were given the pitch and melodies of certain features such as the height, brightness or color of the relief.

The final result is pretty stunning. All starting with regular expression, two researchers created "Mars Soundcape" that faithfully makes the aesthetics of the landscape. For example, the dark foundation turned into slow, Low-pitched Harmonies, and sunlight brightness Is The highest screws are bright voices.

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Two-minute music this week premiere at NASA's cabinet at Dallas's Supercomputing SC18 Conference. On the ground, the viewer will be able to completely submerge the music by means of hand-held transportation, which uses sound mechanical vibration.

This was not the first case when the researchers used the imagery of the image. Earlier, Vikini joined music with particulars from the Higgs boson experiments and other major experiments from the Great Hadron Collider. One song was written by harp, guitar, two violin, keyboard, clarinet and flute – you can find out about the player now.

As for the possibility, Rauer stopped communicating with NASA in June after he was brought into a massive sandstone. Rover's main problem is that he can not fill it – its solar panels are boiling and not enough sunlight. It is noteworthy that in the long run, a long router lasted for a period of 14 years. Curiosity also had scattered the same dust storm, but easily survived thanks to a nuclear reactor.

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