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The European Space Agency has given away a slew of intergalactic samples

If you’re a producer in search of samples, you can start churning out some galactic grooves that will make any astronaut feel right at home – or far, far away from home.

The European Space Agency has uploaded 16 samples from their intergalactic operations. Ranging from the pattering whirs of a roaring comet, to the crunching thud of a probe landing on one. Static-ridden vocals from astral missions proffer a senseĀ of estrangement worthy for any acid house or industrial techno song; and check out their auditory reconstruction of the Huygens spacecraft landing on Titan, a Saturnian moon, which provides a full-force, warehouse-ready buildup with no need for further alteration:

These samples are available to the public for use under the Creative Commons License – so fire up Ableton and make those astronauts dance.

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