And it's TERRIFYING: NASA releases audio of what space REALLY sounds like

  • And it's TERRIFYING: NASA releases audio of what space REALLY sounds like

And it's TERRIFYING: NASA releases audio of what space REALLY sounds like

Another one comes from NASA's Van Allen Probes using the EMFISIS instrument which recorded the nearly rhythmic radio emissions that sound like the roaring ocean.

Now it should be pointed out that these are not the sounds directly recorded from space. It's pretty spooky stuff. Listen to the echoes, whistles, and howls from outer space for yourself to get in the scary spirit.

But the weirdest track of them all is the low rumble of light curve waves from a star, known a KIC7671081B, captured by NASA's Kepler space observatory.

Other clips include the "roar" of Jupiter captured by the Juno spacecraft as it passed through the planet's magnetic field in 2016.

Saturn's Radio Emissions: Saturn is a source of intense radio emissions, which were monitored by the Cassini spacecraft. The radio waves from Saturn are closely related to the auroras near the poles of the planet.

The eerie sound is similar to the emissions recorded on Earth during the aurora borealis in the northern hemisphere. This was captured on audio by the United States space agency.

"Scientists sometimes translate radio signals into sound to better understand the signals". This approach is called "data sonification".

Instead this is data collected by instruments capable of receiving radio waves that NASA's scientists have then examined, and converted into audio files.

Creepy audio taken by Stardust - a NASA mission to study comets - sounds like long fingernails tapping on a window pane. More of Saturn's eerie-sounding radio emissions.