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Is this the end of the road for Sly and the boys? In this new exclusive “roll call” for this summer’s “The Expendables 3,” a title card boldly announces that Barney Ross, aka co-writer and star Sylvester Stallone, and his team are back together for “One Last Ride.” But if they are going out, it’s with a bang (and a boom, and more than a few ka-pows). And they are bringing along some new — but very familiar — faces.

Is this the end of the road for Sly and the boys? In this new exclusive “roll call” for this summer’s “The Expendables 3,” a title card boldly announces that Barney Ross, aka co-writer and star Sylvester Stallone, and his team are back together for “One Last Ride.” But if they are going out, it’s with a bang (and a boom, and more than a few ka-pows). And they are bringing along some new — but very familiar — faces.

astrodidact:

NASA’s Voyager 1 spacecraft recorded the sounds using an onboard plasma wave instrument. This instrument detected the vibrations of dense interstellar plasma, or ionised gas, from October to November 2012 and April to May 2013. The waves detected by the instrument antennae can be simply amplified and played through a speaker. These frequencies are within the range heard by human ears.Listen to the sounds here: http://bit.ly/1mBr9WKThe image is of the central 50 pc (~150 light years) of the Galactic centre showing ionised gas, hot and warm dust. Credit: Hubble Space Telescope, Chandra X-ray Observatory and the Spitzer Space Telescope
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astrodidact:

NASA’s Voyager 1 spacecraft recorded the sounds using an onboard plasma wave instrument. This instrument detected the vibrations of dense interstellar plasma, or ionised gas, from October to November 2012 and April to May 2013. The waves detected by the instrument antennae can be simply amplified and played through a speaker. These frequencies are within the range heard by human ears.

Listen to the sounds here: http://bit.ly/1mBr9WK

The image is of the central 50 pc (~150 light years) of the Galactic centre showing ionised gas, hot and warm dust. Credit: Hubble Space Telescope, Chandra X-ray Observatory and the Spitzer Space Telescope

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