There's an object in space right now near earth, and it's carrying a highly curious signal; whip out your smartphone and perhaps you'll crack its code.
Last Saturday (March 29), a NEPTUNE Modular Rocket was launched into space, carrying with it a Cube Satellite deemed Sat-JF14. Aboard that satellite is the new album from former Red Hot Chili Pepper John Frusciante, and by downloading the Sat-JF14 app on an iOs or Android mobile device, one can download the album for free ahead of its April release.
According to a release, the album, "Enclosure," is unlocked via the app after the satellite itself passes over the user's geographic region. The app also comes with a chat service that allows those who have downloaded the release, Frusciante's 12th as a solo artist, to communicate with each other.