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Comments on Saturn And Forbidden Planet Movie Share Soundtrack
The radio emissions of Saturn captured by the Cassini spacecraft bear an uncanny resemblance to the otherworldly electronic soundtrack of the 1956 movie Forbidden Planet. (Read the complete story)

"Here's NASA's Saturn poster:

(NASA poster for the Sounds of Saturn)
"
(Bill Christensen 11/6/2007 9:00:37 PM)
"And here's one of the Forbidden Planet posters from 1956:

(1956 poster for Forbidden Planet)
"
(Bill Christensen 11/6/2007 9:00:53 PM)
"The longer I live, the more I realise - all science fiction will become science fact eventually. It's stupendous! Amazing! Strange but true!"
(Jeff! 11/8/2007 10:18:16 AM)
"That sound file was actually released over two years ago. It is weird that the soundtrack to the Forbidden Planet and Saturn are so close."
(Mike H. 11/8/2007 2:54:40 PM)
"play some music "
(austin 5/20/2008 5:57:38 AM)
"Sorry; you'll need to click the link on the full article page to go to NASA and listen to it there."
(Bill Christensen 5/22/2008 4:04:07 PM)
"Spoooooky!!!"
(Mr Spock 12/3/2010 1:23:06 PM)

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