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A record label is about to start shipping vinyl copies of NASA's famous golden records

NASA launched a gold-plated record full of audio and images aboard its Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 probes in 1977. The space agency never released vinyl copies to the public. Forty years later, however, a record label found the master tape, obtained copyright permissions, and produced a three-vinyl-LP of the original audio. The box set is set to begin shipping in mid-February.
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