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Remotely sensed auroral data from Jupiter has been processed using sonification software that converts digital images into sound. This sonic data has then been re-analysed back into visualisations that include some partial glitching. The re-visualised auroral data has been projected through large acrylic tubes to become revolving striated structures that recall Echelle spectrographs. This installation is inspired by blind astrophysicist, Wanda Diaz Merced, who experiences and interprets space data through sonification.
The research data was accessed through Dr Sarah Badman in an art science collaboration with Lancaster University during summer 2019. Sarah’s original Hubble Space Telescope observations of Jupiter’s ultraviolet aurorae were mostly captured in 2014, when Juno was orbiting Jupiter and receiving radio waves in response to magnetospheric activity. The complex interrelationship between these two sets of data became the focus of Sarah’s research and later my installation. The nearest projection focuses on the sonification of Sarah’s observations of Jupiter’s aurorae. The furthest projection focuses on sound visualisations of radio signals received by Juno from Jupiter and recorded by the Waves instrument (University of Iowa).
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