Outer Space looks all quiet from the ground.
But with the right equipment you can record weird noises emitted by planets, stars and other celestial bodies. Discover six weird sounds from outer space:
The Sun’s Voice. A pulsating noises from nuclear fire almost similar to the Hum or to the metalic and reverberating strange sounds in the sky on Earth… The video was released by NASA from the Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) which was launched February 11, 2010. The Atmospheric Imaging Assembly (AIA) takes these images across 8 different wavelengths (out of the 10 available wavelengths) every 10 seconds. NASA SOHO recorded sounds of the sun added.
The Voice of Earth. This is a more jet or airplane like noise than that of the sun.
Black holes. Black holes are making one of the most terrifying noise in the Outer Space. Very scary! The sounds are X-ray data from GRS 1915+105, translated into audible pulsations.
Jupiter. delivers what we expect from space: calm, smooth, relaxation. Good night and dream something nice and pleasant. Fascinating recording of Jupiter sounds (electromagnetic “voices”) by NASA-Voyager. The complex interactions of charged electromagnetic particles from the solar wind , planetary magnetosphere etc. create vibration “soundscapes”. Enjoy!
Saturn. Like tiymbals clashed together. We are attending a contemporary music concert. Metalic, great, I just like it! Enchanting! These recordings were originally recorded from the space probe ‘OrgyStar’ way back in 1986.
Uranus. In the Sky or under water… Infinite… Space, space, space… Here we come!