THE NASA and all the fans in the outer space around our planet have their eyes fixed on Jpiter.
If you’re not really into astronomy, know that the space vehicle Juno, from the American space agency, will arrive and fly over the largest planet in the Solar System on the 4th of July, providing the terrestrians with the best view of the bands from there that we already had as well as various data that could help us to know more about Jpiter and the its relation to the origin of the Earth.
To celebrate the date, NASA announced a collaboration with Apple in the short “Visions of Harmony”, centered on the construction and the Juno trip that lasted almost five years. The 9-minute video also features an interview with Juno's main operator, Scott Bolton, in addition to live performances by artists such as Quin and Corrine Bailey Rae. The original soundtrack was by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross.
The film is available on the Apple Music and iTunes Store, and Apple, of course, has not missed the opportunity to create a special section on its service. streaming and in your music store celebrating the event. The page "Destination: Jupiter" brings all the music included in the short and songs by artists like GZA the Genius, Jim James and Brad Paisley. According to Apple, the music is part of "a special collaboration with the space agency focused on providing education and inspiration for the masses through this historic period".
Celebrating the intersection of art and science. @AppleMusic x @NASAJunohttps: //t.co/LcnGZMwxWG pic.twitter/p5JpmaCg82
– Apple Music (@AppleMusic) June 30, 2016
There is also a new song by the rock band Weezer created especially for the event, which is quite patriotically called “I love the USA” (4th of July, Juno's landing date, United States Independence Day).
(via Cult of Mac)