That’s the sound of some of the oldest stars in our Galaxy


Astrophysicists from the University of Birmingham have captured the sounds of some of the oldest stars in our galaxy.

The researchers were able to use acoustic oscillations recorded of some of the furthest known distant stars in the Milky Way’s M4 star cluster to get an idea of just what noises the stars are throwing off.

It’s a cacophony, for sure—but a surprisingly musical one that could slide pretty seamlessly into an ambient house track of your choice.

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via University of Birmingham

Their research was published on June 10, 2016 in the Royal Astronomical Society journal Monthly Notices.

If you liked this sound you will enjoy the techno music emitted by a neutron star.

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    This might help you to question everything you’ve been taught:

    Question everything they’ve told you about climate change too.

    Question everything you’ve been taught about Earth and our history.

    Their geology, seismology, glaciology and chemistry are utter rubbish – from start to finish.

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