Last week we launched SSFX and there’s been a great reaction so far including lots of sharing on social media, so thanks!
If you (like us!) love audio from space, this is for you #SSFX https://t.co/cn5VEqEjBP https://t.co/AnX09IOctW
— ESA Operations (@esaoperations) January 19, 2017
And we can't wait to welcome you all! #competition #QMUL #SSFX https://t.co/l7OvdqoxWK
— Rich Mix Venue Hire (@richmixvenues) January 19, 2017
An interesting idea! Love this #SoundOfSpace! Remember listening to music made from converting solar radiation, #Beautiful #Nature https://t.co/ZHdgN9O8KE
— Teatime Science!! (@Teatimesci) January 19, 2017
Here are a couple of things you might want to check out:
IFL Science wrote an article about various sorts of space sounds, linking to us about their potential use in art.
Super/Collider featured a short interview with space physicist and competition organiser Dr Martin Archer.
Physics World blogged about the competition launch, mentioning David Bowie in the process.
EarthSky also wrote about our competition.