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Jodrell Bank's 76m Lovell Telescope is sometimes used as a movie screen, having shown 2001: A Space Odyssey.
Space is not quiet at all and is actually very noisy when listening via a radio telescope. There are many sources of radio emissions in the universe, with pulsars being a very common one. They can be quite interesting to listen when the signals are converted into sound frequencies we can hear. They range from slow clicks every few seconds to high pitched ...
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