Listen to the Spooky Noises of Northern Lights Caught by Scientists in Finland

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Listen to the spooky noises of Northern Lights!

Although still unexplained, these weird clapping noises are probably caused by the geomagnetic disturbance produced by the energetic particles responsible for the wonderful color of the Auroras.

Northern Lights are caused by the collision of energetic charged particles with atoms in the high altitude atmosphere.

During their amazing light shows, Aurora also emit strange “clapping” noises.

These Strange Sounds were recorded by a team of scientists from Aalto University in Finland in the video above. However the northern lights’ sounds have not been explained yet.

Origin of the auroral sounds

The sounds are probably caused by the geomagnetic disturbance produced by the energetic particles responsible for the wonderful color of the Northern Lights.

The auroral chorus is not always presents and has wide variation of sounds, ranging from claps and crackles to muffled bangs and sputtering noises.

The researchers from the Aalto University recorded the sounds at a site with high auroral activity with a back-up from the finish meteorological insitute to confirm Northern Light episodes at the time of the recording.

Now, enjoy at this amazing Northern Lights’ show over Yellowknife, Canada!

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1 COMMENT

  1. isos skotoneis tin pneroia sou…molonoti goustareis ta yperaionovia krasakia sou, de tha sai me ginaika xoris tin psixi sou..skotoneis kai tin ginaikeia katapiesi allagis xaraktira kai tis vazeis kai skoulikia..genika, to olo isos einai mia epithimia/praksi arnisis ksepoulimatos..p.s. to skeftika eno imouna toualeta, sorry man gia to akatallilo tis empnefseos, alla pali…..

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