A MESSAGE FROM EARTH IS A CELEBRATION OF THE VOYAGER GOLDEN RECORD IN ITS 40TH YEAR.
IT WAS A GIFT SENT FROM OUR WORLD INTO DEEP SPACE FOR WHATEVER MIGHT FIND IT.
Dazzled BY THAT AUDACITY, WE PRESENT NEW IDEAS FROM 40 CULTURAL LUMINARIES INSPIRED BY THE ORIGINAL. TOGETHER, THESE AMAZING MINDS OFFER A COLLAGE OF THE CONTEMPORARY HUMAN EXPERIENCE.
WE HOPE IT INSPIRES SELFLESS ACTS OF CULTURAL DIPLOMACY IN THE YEARS AHEAD.
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