Across the Universe -- The Beatles
This Note from Entertainment News;
WASHINGTON (Feb. 1)- The Beatles are about to become radio stars in a whole new way. NASA on Monday will broadcast the Beatles' song "Across the Universe" across the galaxy to Polaris, the North Star.
The song, written by McCartney and John Lennon, may have a ticket to ride and will be flying at the speed of light. But it will take 431 years along a long and winding road to reach its final destination. That's because Polaris is 2.5 quadrillion miles away.
Wingman Side Note: Each “Light Year” is a distance of 5,878,625,373,183 miles.
For More INFO on the Event Visit: http://www.acrosstheuniverseday.com/media/
This Event marks NASA 50th
anniversary and Nasa and
the Beatles Music have had
numerous connections over those 50 years.
Nicely done, NASA, Nicely Done.