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Scientists, Artists, and Smash Mouth Tell Us What Music They'd Send Into Deep Space

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Image: NASA

On August 20th, 1977, NASA launched its Voyager 2 spacecraft from Cape Canaveral, Florida. It followed up with the launch of Voyager 1 just a few weeks later on September 5th. Over the course of their careers, both spacecraft have explored gas giants and their moons, the Kuiper Belt and more, constantly pushing the boundaries of what science and humanity are capable of.

Voyager 1 and 2 both carry a special trinket known as The Golden Record. The 12-inch, gold-plated copper phonograph records contains a variety of sounds and music selected by astronomer Carl Sagan and his colleagues. The Golden Record was intended to serve as a greeting for any alien life forms who found it—an encapsulation of the human experience through sound. While it’s extremely unlikely that any intelligent life would stumble across a record hurtling through our random corner of space—or have the equipment to play it—it’s comforting that a piece of humanity is pressing on, somewhere out there in the void.

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In honor of the 40th anniversary of both Voyager missions, we asked astronomers and space-savvy musicians to tell us what music they’d send if NASA hypothetically launched another Golden Record. Some have proposed that NASA beam out a digital “Golden Record 2.0" that would be beamed out to the New Horizons spacecraft in 2020, so it’s not that unrealistic to start thinking up ideas.

Regrettably, Pitbull did not respond to Gizmodo’s multiple requests for comment—but these other responses are still very good:

The Golden Record. (Image: NASA)

Michelle Zauner

Philadelphia-based musician, Japanese Breakfast; “outer space electro pop” enthusiast

Songs: I can’t choose one Michael Jackson song. “Ain’t No Mountain High” by Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell, Mariah Carey, “Fantasy,” Whitney Houston, “I Will Always Love You,” Slowdive, “Souvlaki Space Station,” Bjork, “Bachelorette,” Kate Bush, “Running Up That Hill.”

Sounds: The ocean, rushing water, wind through leaves, Beyoncé singing a capella in her dressing room, Stevie Nicks singing a capella in her dressing room, Mariah Carey’s whistle tone compilation

Matt Russo

Postdoctoral researcher at the Canadian Institute for Theoretical Astrophysics, musician, co-founder “System Sounds”

Songs: “Here comes the sun” by The Beatles. Sagan pushed for this to be included on the first [Golden Record] but EMI held the copyright and refused. It’s time to set things right again.

Sounds: The most self-promotional suggestion possible: my own sonification of the TRAPPIST-1 planetary system, which shows the connections between orbital dynamics (which aliens are surly pros at) and the music contained on the record. I’d be especially interested in some feedback from the music critics from TRAPPIST-1 but I may not be around long enough to receive it.

Also, the gravitational waves emitted by merging black holes, converted into sound. I’d imagine that aliens find black holes just as fascinating as we do so let’s let them know we’re hip to the good stuff.

Doug Vakoch

Astronomer and president of METI International, an organization that searches for radio signals from advanced extraterrestrial life

As a NASA mission, it’s understandable that musical selections from the Western classical tradition and the United States were given preference. In a 2017 redo, though, we should be more globally inclusive. Rather than trying to get copyright permission for including “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band,” a request the Beatles turned down in the 1970s, we should focus on representing cultures not included in the first Golden record. After all, the Beatles have already been sent into space, thanks to NASA’s 2008 transmission of “Across the Universe” to Polaris, the North Star, to celebrate the agency’s 50th anniversary.

Ethan Hein

Doctoral fellow in music education at NYU, adjunct professor of music technology at NYU and Montclair State university, musician

“I would probably just cast ‘Thriller’ in gold and send that.”

Smash Mouth

Grammy-nominated recording artists and noted Sun-walking enthusiasts

A rep for the band told Gizmodo:

“They said, ‘All Star’ and ‘Walkin’ On The Sun’ of course.”

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Rae Paoletta

Space Writer, Gizmodo



The Role of Linguistic Factor in Translation

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Abstract

The linguistic oriented approach to translation finds the very essence of translation is in the basics of the linguistic concept of translation, which is the fact that the process of translation is a language act in which a text from one language is substituted with an equivalent text from another, by making that substitution in accordance with the regulations of both language systems. This paper will deal with translation related issues through contrastive analyses between Macedonian and English, as well as the advantages and disadvantages of this approach. In the process of finding translation equivalence, there are instances of finding absolute equivalence, partial and no equivalence. This paper analyses such examples. In translating lexemes with no equivalent, which are culture specific, translators find themselves in a difficult position.

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Translation
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linguistic factor
ambiguity

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