Iconic Stephen Hawking, 73, has covered Monty Python's Galaxy Song, according to The Guardian.
The famed physicist, who uses a computer-generated voice because he has amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS or Lou Gehrig's disease), has lent his synthesized voice to a new video for the tune, written by Eric Idle.
The Guardian reports that the cover is planned for release as a 7-inch single for Record Store Day, April 18.
The famed cosmologist has lent his voice to two Pink Floyd songs in the past. He also is the subject of adulation on the TV show The Big Bang Theory, and has appeared as a hologram of himself playing poker aboard the Enterprise with other geniuses in Star Trek: The Next Generation.
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