Found this lecture on TED Talks – more incredible stuff about space this time from Janna Levin, professor of physics and astronomy at Barnard, where she studies the early universe, chaos, and black holes.
More of this please.
From TED Talks: “We think of space as a silent place. But physicist Janna Levin says the universe has a soundtrack — a sonic composition that records some of the most dramatic events in outer space. (Black holes, for instance, bang on spacetime like a drum.) An accessible and mind-expanding soundwalk through the universe.”