09/25/2020

Humans use these sounds to find companions in the universe

Humans use these sounds to find companions in the universe
Elements of the poster come from the movie “Wandering Earth”.Answer: A / B / C / D On March 8, 2016, the State Council approved the establishment of “Chinese Space Day” on April 24 each year, and this year is the fifth space day.The reason for this day is that on April 24, 1970, China’s first artificial earth satellite Dongfanghong-1 was successfully launched, and a new era in the history of Chinese aerospace began.At that time, the radio broadcast on the satellite was “Dongfanghong”.In 1977, the United States launched two planetary probes-Voyager.In addition to scientific instruments, the detectors also carry so-called “Voice of the Earth” copper-plated laser records. This record carries the mission of communication between humans and the universe.It includes hundreds of images, a variety of natural sounds, greetings in 55 human languages . and 90 minutes of music recordings from various countries, including the traditional Chinese Guqin famous song “Water” (Guan Pinghu recording).Humans expect it to encounter extraterrestrial life in the long years of drifting in the universe, and its content is human civilization.In 2008, Jay Chou composed and sang, and the Olympic song “Fangshanshanshui” written by Fang Wenshan was accompanied by “Shenzhou VII” traveling into space.In 2018, the Falcon Heavy rocket attached to the US SpaceX carried David Bowie’s Pocahontas.It is worth mentioning that CEO Musk is a fan of David Bowie.… Humans continue to send voice messages to space. Although we haven’t heard any answers so far, this behavior has become a habit.We still have the expectation of being recognized by extraterrestrial life. Perhaps in the universe, humans are not alone.Written by Wu Longzhen, proofread by Liu Baoqing