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The track has been described as: "A chilling soundscape of unspeakable beauty from the Oscar®-winning duo. Like their soundtrack work, 'Juno' is deeply cinematic - from its chains of glassy melody to its haunting textures, which sound like the surface of some distant planet must feel. 'Juno' was recorded to celebrate NASA's Juno Mission, which arrives in Jupiter's orbit on 4 July, 2016."
 
The track has been described as: "A chilling soundscape of unspeakable beauty from the Oscar®-winning duo. Like their soundtrack work, 'Juno' is deeply cinematic - from its chains of glassy melody to its haunting textures, which sound like the surface of some distant planet must feel. 'Juno' was recorded to celebrate NASA's Juno Mission, which arrives in Jupiter's orbit on 4 July, 2016."
 
==Song Credits==
 
==Song Credits==
Written by [[Trent Reznor]] and [[Atticus Ross]]
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Composed, performed, arranged, programmed and produced by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross.
  
 
==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==

Revision as of 03:17, 20 December 2016

"Juno"
Album: Juno
Length: 8:40
Tempo: BPM
Versions: Juno
Live: Unperformed

Juno is a song by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross released June 30th, 2016. It is an instrumental track created to coincide with NASA's Juno space probe to Jupiter on the 4th of July 2016.

The track has been described as: "A chilling soundscape of unspeakable beauty from the Oscar®-winning duo. Like their soundtrack work, 'Juno' is deeply cinematic - from its chains of glassy melody to its haunting textures, which sound like the surface of some distant planet must feel. 'Juno' was recorded to celebrate NASA's Juno Mission, which arrives in Jupiter's orbit on 4 July, 2016."

Song Credits

Composed, performed, arranged, programmed and produced by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross.

Appearances

  • Juno

Versions

Juno

This is the only known version.

Music Video

An accompanying video, titled Visions of Harmony, was released by Apple.