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27, 2016 at The Greene Space at WNYC, calling on a "stellar panel of culture experts" to describe what would be on a modern version of the famous Golden Record sent into space in 1977.NEW YORK — In 1977, NASA sent two Voyager spacecraft off in different directions, each carrying a golden record with the sounds, greetings and music of the people of Earth.The date and time of record creation and the latest update are always listed, together with the operator's name, the cataloging location, and the type of action (currently just "create" or "update").The encoding level, when available, and whether the record has been suppressed from OPAC or not should also display.During map pan -Added: The tone sequence engine from the i EFIS has been ported.You now have the same tone pitch and sequence functionality for AOA and vario as available for the i EFIS.Until you close that window or exit Voyager, it remains open.

Any previous intermediate revision (e.g., the first of 3 updates) made since July 2001 will also be listed.[See Photos from NASA's Voyager 1 and 2 Spacecraft] Sarah started writing for in June of 2015.Her work has been featured by Scientific American, IEEE Spectrum, Quanta Magazine, Wired, The Scientist, Science Friday and WGBH's Inside NOVA.The original Golden Record was curated by astronomer and science popularizer Carl Sagan, and copies were sent on NASA's Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 spacecraft.On their way to interstellar space, the duo toured the outer solar system, visiting Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune between them — along with 49 moons around those planets and their rings and magnetic fields — before continuing toward the solar system's outermost edges.

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