Saturday, February 6, 2016

Chang'e 3 Lander and Yutu Rover Lunar Field as Pink Noise Audio Analog

     Photograph - Chinese Academy of Sciences/China National Space Administration/ Emily Lakdawalla

I have matched the area-specific molecular magnetic field of the Lunar surface from the visual EMF spectrum analog of Chang'e 3 Lander and Yutu Rover photographs on the surface of the Moon as a designer electromagnetic field analog approximation. You can tune items or listen with headphones or speakers. 

On February 16, 2016 the Chinese Academy of Sciences/China National Space Administration released the most detailed photographs of their Lunar mission to the public.  Emily Lakdawalla of The Planetary Society downloaded the complete data set on to her web blog site. 

" On December 14, 2013, the lander (Chang'e 3) and Yutu, its piggybacking rover, touched down on the moon's northern Mare Imbrium—making China just the third country ever to perform a soft landing on the lunar surface, after the Soviet Union and the United States."  (Excerpt from National Geographic)

Lunar field analog approximation:

2322, 2926, 3326, 4123 Hz 

This is what the Lunar field at this location feels like if you are sensitive to subtle electromagnetic fields. 

I know this because of a particular pattern recognition ability I have with weak electromagnetic fields. It is a similar process to that of developing the skill of human echolocation but in this case it is the skill of interpreting weak electromagnetic fields and their physiological affect on the body and most likely other biological life. See "Human Pattern Recognition of Molecular and Electromagnetic Fields."

For more information on this process visit  "Extracting Molecular Magnetic Fields from Audio and Video Analogs" and the "Designer Frequency Insights and Tuning" pages.  

Watch the " Chang'e 3 Lander and Yutu Rover Lunar Field as Audio " video here.

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