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Re: the lowest natural sound yet detected

Subject: Re: the lowest natural sound yet detected
From: "Eric V. Schmidt" <>
Date: Fri, 19 Sep 2003 09:42:48 -0400
Hello again;

"The ripples are separated by about 35,000 light-years-which produces a
B-flat 57 octaves below middle C."  Does this mean that the wavelength or
frequency is 1 per 35,000 light years?  That would be a wave length os 1.23
x 10 to the 19th power.  Is that right?  That is one low sound


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