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The Beatles’ “Across the Universe” Accompanied by a Singing Comet Will Change Your World

Rosetta takes a sad song and makes it better.

When we suggested that the Internet remix the “song” of Rosetta’s┬áComet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko, we didn’t expect anyone to take it quite this far, but we’re sure glad that Andrew Huang did. He’s also got a video explaining how he made the comet sound even more beautiful for all you budding cosmic composers out there.

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And that’s not all. There are plenty of other remixes to be found, including this one that came out amazing by doing nothing other than slowing the comet’s original song down:

And some more edit-heavy techno use with a very different tone, of course:

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