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In 1951, an engineer form the RCA CommunicationsCo made an interesting observation. John H. Nelson speculated that relative position of the planets and stars affect radio waves. Thus, there is no better place to gather astrological data than the radio waves coming straight from the cosmos.

The Long Wavelength Array (LWA) is a radio telescope array probing the depths of the universe at frequencies in the range of 10-88MHz. The live feed from this telescope is used to make the hard decisions for you and answer any questions you may have about your life. The stars are as alive as you — thus, as the radio waves measured by LWA change from second to second, so will our advice.

Do not hesitate, go ahead and use cosmology to find out your destiny, fate, and what is written in the stars...

This project was inspired by our joint loves of physics, web graphics, machine learning and all things aesthetic.

After receiving your query to the stars, we parse it and generate a few potential answers to your question using OpenAI's GPT-3, a language model using deep learning to understand and produce human-like text.

We then produce a hash of the live feed of the LWA radio telescope, and use this to determine which of GPT-3's answers to return to you.

The background of stars and constellations was generated in JavaScript using THREE.js.

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