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How to Design an Interstellar Message for Extraterrestrials

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Categories: English / Literature   |   Astronomy   |   Science  
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If you were to say something to an alien race, what would you say and how would you say it?

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The meat of the transmission was carefully crafted by METI International—the alien hunters so serious about Messaging Extraterrestrial Intelligence that they splintered off from the SETI Institute to get more ambitious. It's the first information-rich message they've sent since forming in 2015. And with this bit of code, constructed in partnership with the Spanish Sónar music festival and the Institute of Space Studies of Cataloniar, they want to teach aliens about music—one radio wave pulse at a time.

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