(ORDO NEWS) — Breathtaking images of distant nebulae taken by the James Webb Space Telescope in July have been turned into music using a technique called data sonication.
Voice over translates data into sounds based on predefined parameters. For example, each star in two nebulae emits a different sound, depending, for example, on its size, brightness, and age.
Voiceover is a way to make images from the James Webb Space Telescope accessible to visually impaired space enthusiasts as part of the Learning Universe project.
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