The sound of a moonrise can be heard in movies and television shows, but it can be a bit hard to pinpoint exactly what it is.
As a result, some scientists have been trying to find a solution to the problem.
In an effort to help solve the problem, scientists have created a virtual reality version of the lunar surface that uses audio from the moon to create a soundscape.
The sound is played on a computer and used to create an environment that looks and sounds like the real moon.
As of this writing, the VR version of NASA’s Apollo 11 landing site has received some 1,500 votes, with users rating the experience on a scale of 0-10.
That number doesn’t tell the whole story though.
When we hear the sounds of the landing site from space, the average is closer to 15.
The most popular rating, at 10, came from a user who was on a high-end Samsung smartphone.
If you’re interested in the project, you can find a complete list of the votes here.
The VR version isn’t available for download yet, but the scientists are working on it.
You can view the results of the poll here.