Apple today has announced that it is partnering with NASA to produce a short film to celebrate the Juno spacecraft reading Jupiter’s orbit. The film is available on iTunes and Apple Music for free and is called “Visions of Harmony.” more… Filed under: Apple
Working with NASA to help promote Juno mission to Jupiter
NASA and Apple have announced a partnership to produce music from the data collected by the Juno spacecraft which enters Jupiter's orbit on July 4th.
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Apple and NASA have collaborated on a short musical film [Direct iTunes Link] called "Visions of Harmony," which is designed to celebrate NASA's Juno spacecraft reaching Jupiter's orbit. First launched in 2011, Juno is expected to enter...Show More Summary
Astronomers are using the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope to study auroras -- stunning light shows in a planet's atmosphere -- on the poles of the largest planet in the Solar System, Jupiter.
In August 2011, NASA launched an unmanned probe named Juno towards Jupiter. Juno is scheduled to enter the planet's orbit on July 4th, and the excitement around this achievement inspired a pair of new tunes from Weezer and Trent Reznor. Weezer announced the arrival of "I Love The USA" with an enthusiastic tweet on Wednesday...
The countdown is on. NASA’s Juno probe is days away from entering orbit around Jupiter after spending five years circling the massive gas planet.
America: where Rivers Cuomo can freely bite his fingernails and NASA asks Weezer to write a patriotic song. "I Love the USA" was commissioned by NASA and Apple to hype up the Juno Mission, an unmanned satellite set to reach Jupiter's...Show More Summary
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The Hubble Space Telescope has captured a glowing ultraviolet aurora at Jupiter, just in time for the arrival of NASA's Juno probe
Astronomers are using the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope to study auroras -- stunning light shows in a planet's atmosphere -- on the poles of the largest planet in the Solar System, Jupiter. This observation program is supported by measurements made...
Trent Reznor has released a new song with longtime collaborator Atticus Ross. As Consequence Of Sound points out, the Nine Inch Nails leader and his movie soundtrack co-conspirator recorded “Juno” to celebrate NASA’s Juno Mission to Jupiter, the same space endeavor that inspired Weezer’s new “I Love The USA.” You won’t be surprised to learn […]
Recorded in celebration of NASA's mission to Jupiter.
The pacecraft is getting ready for final push to enter Jupiter’s orbit on July Fourth.
What NASA insisted for decades could not be -- a spacecraft using solar energy rather than nuclear power going beyond the orbit of Mars -- will be proven false on Monday, July 4th, Independence Day, when the solar-energized Juno space...Show More Summary
Weezer’s new song was recorded by special request from Apple and NASA, according to a Rivers Cuomo post yesterday on the band’s website. The song, called “I Love the USA,” celebrates NASA’s Juno Mission, whose unmanned probe is due to reach Jupiter’s orbit on July 4. Show More Summary
Trent Reznor and collaborator Atticus Ross have shared a new track, “Juno,” Consequence of Sound points out. Ahead of Nine Inch Nails’ forthcoming Hesitation Marks follow-up, the duo recorded the one-off track to celebrate NASA’s Juno Mission, due to arrive in Jupiter’s orbit on July 4, according to the iTunes description. Hear it below, via Apple Music.
About five years ago, NASA launched the Juno spacecraft, an unmanned and solar-powered probe that will study Jupiter. On the fourth of July, Juno is set to arrive in Jupiter’s orbit. And so the geniuses at NASA did the logical thing: They apparently asked Weezer to write a song about it. Weezer complied, coming up […]
Recorded in celebration of NASA's Juno Mission to Jupiter.