Bluedot Festival news: Voyager: The Golden Record

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NASA – National Aeronautics and Space Administration celebrates 40 years since Voyager 1 was launched into interstellar space to study the outer solar system.


The spacecraft includes a copy of the famous ‘Golden Record’, complete with sounds and images selected to illustrate the diversity of life and culture on our pale blue dot.

Voyager: The Golden Record

It’s the 1970s, and we’re about to send two spacecraft (Voyager 1 & 2) into space. These two spacecraft will eventually leave our solar system and become the most distant man-made objects…ever. How…

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2 days ago

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How did the BBC almost miss one of the most iconic moments in space exploration history? British broadcaster James Burke shares the story of the biggest gamble of his career.

Watch more from James Burke and Dallas Campbell's DotTalk at bluedot 2019 – www.discoverthebluedot.com/digital
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Lance Morton, pretty sure Dallas Campbell is waiting in a field in Cheshire to have his photo taken with us😂🤣

He only had to stay still for 2 minutes, wouldn’t even do that 🙄 Diva 😂

3 days ago

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We look back on a stellar official warm-up to this year's bluedot from Microdot 001 in association with bruntwood, a free-entry day of music, science and cosmic culture at Hatch.

You can watch back the science talks from Microdot 001 on bluedot digital now – www.discoverthebluedot.com/digital
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Nathan Walton didn’t realise there was a day at hatch!

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