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Chapter 2: How Loud is the Sun? | Cosmic Awakening

In the approach to Jupiter, the sun can be heard singing. But apart from the soundscapes on neighboring planets or in black holes, according to probability theory there is also extraterrestrial music. Science fiction literature has made it possible to understand how it might sound: a cacophony of smells or a symphony of free energy flows.

With quotes from works by Isaac Asimov, Octavia E. Butler, Becky Chambers, Edward George, Stanislav Lem, Andi Petculescu, Sun Ra.

Speakers: Sarj Lynch, Sasha Perera. Editing and production: Julia Vorkefeld. Recordings: Matthias Hartenberger. Concept and script: Arno Raffeiner.

Music:
Elysia Crampton – Morning Star-Red Glare-Sequoia Bridge
Ursula K. Le Guin & Todd Barton – Heron Dance
Ursula Bogner – Sonne = Blackbox
Janelle Monáe – Neon Gumbo
Earth, Wind & Fire – Star
Rashad Becker – Themes II
Klein – ray
Flying Lotus – Camel
Sun Ra & His Arkestra – Rocket Number Nine
Ursula K. Le Guin & Todd Barton – A Teaching Poem