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(CNN)   Data from NASA's Solar and Heliospehric Observatory maps vibrations that form "low, pulsing hum of our star's heartbeat." in related story, it's only a matter of time before John Tesh makes a New Age album of these sounds   ( divider line
    More: Interesting, NASA, European Space Agency, literal inner workings, Heliophysics Science Division, Space Flight Center, Space exploration, NASA recording, vague sense  
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2018-08-10 12:08:52 AM  
2018-08-10 03:13:31 AM  
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2018-08-10 03:29:09 AM  

Toxophil: [ image 480x364]

why is that fish riding a bike?
2018-08-10 05:56:23 AM  
I'm picking up maps vibrations,
They're giving me excitations,
Maps, maps, maps,
Maps vibrations, bop bop
2018-08-10 08:14:48 AM  
Or the SyFy channel has a movie about a group of astronauts who must fly a gigantic solar powered defibrillator to the sun in hopes of restarting it.  The leader is a young female heart surgeon.  The defib operator is her ex boyfriend suddenly assigned to the mission when the other guy has a heart attack.  There's a spy for the oil industry on board who will try anything to sabotage the mission.  When they get near the sun, she has to strip down to a micro bikini because of the heat.  Will there be enough solar power left to charge the giant defibrillator or will they have to make a side trip to Alpha Centauri to charge it against their sun?

This stuff writes itself.  I'll cash their check but only once.
2018-08-10 09:05:39 AM  
It was soothing until Mr Nasal Monotone started speaking
2018-08-10 09:50:07 AM  
Sun is at the bottom of the lowest solar cycle in 200 years.  It's literally never been this bad since before HF radio was invented.

Being a ham radio operator that uses HF these days is more challenging.
2018-08-10 10:07:13 AM  
Here Comes The Sun (Remastered 2009)
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2018-08-10 10:08:16 AM  
Katrina & The Waves - Walking On Sunshine
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2018-08-10 01:54:42 PM  
 First up on Hearts of Space, John Tesh with Whispering Firestorm. Then it's Yanni with SnoreMaster of Trafalgamar. Then comes bay area musician DelMondo with his Sominex Suite in B-flat.Then a synthesized interplanetary salute to Perry Como. At the end of the hour, we'll have information about the types of sedatives used by tonight's artists, on Music... from... The Hearts... of Space.
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