A PROTOTYPE OF A ONLINE DOCUMENTARY BY ALISON ROSE
You are listensing to a live audio feed of Very Low Frequency (VLF) radio emissions from space and the Earth's atmosphere, shifted to a
wavelength human ears can detect.
This particular live feed is coming from a receiver in Cape Coral, Florida.
The next sound you are going to hear is that of an astronomer's voice. He is describing the beginning of astronomy in the broadest possible sense. It begins when people first had the time both to ask questions, and to invent tools to answer them.