This Beautiful Beatles Cover Is Made Entirely Of Sounds From A Comet

24 November 2014, 12:55 | Updated: 8 May 2017, 17:09

Across The Universe - Andrew Huang
Liam Dryden

By Liam Dryden

To infinity and beyond.

Before we share this amazing video with you, here's a quick bit of backstory.

In August, the European Space Agency landed the Rosetta Space Probe on 'Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko' after a ten-year and over 4 billion-mile journey.

Before the probe landed on the surface in November, the ESA shared this audio recording of a 'song' being emitted by the comet, caused by oscillations in the comet's magnetic field.

YouTube musician Andrew Huang, who you may remember from his A-Z of Music Genres, has taken the audio from the comet, and mixed it into this truly beautiful interstellar cover of the Beatles' 'Across The Universe'. 

We should reiterate: This song, with the exception of Andrew's voice, is made entirely of sounds FROM A FREAKIN' COMET FOUR BILLION MILES AWAY.

If this doesn't get you excited about space, nothing will.

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