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01 November 2017, 12:38 | Francis Delgado
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Some of NASA's spacecrafts are capable of capturing radio emissions and scientists convert these to sound waves - the results sometimes being spooky sounds of the cosmos.
This Halloween, NASA released 22 spooky sounds from space that will make the hair on the back of your neck stand up.
Some of these radio signals were translated into sounds to understand the signal better, the process also known as "data sonification".
According to Nasa's creepy space music playlist, the eeriest sounds appear to be coming from Jupiter and its various giant moons.
When Juno entered Jupiter's orbit past year, the planet's magnetic field collided with the solar wind (charged particles released by the sun).
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Plasma Waves:Plasma waves, like the roaring ocean surf, create a rhythmic cacophony that - with the EMFISIS instrument aboard NASA's Van Allen Probes - we can hear across space. A personal favorite is track number 17, "Radar Echos from Titan's Surface", which sounds like a cross between an 8-bit arcade game and a dirt bike.
The content of the spooky audio files comes from the radio emissions produced by planets, plasma waves, and a comet. It should be noted that these sounds are not captured using audio recorders. Saturn's radio emissions sound like a robot crying for help in the midst of a wind storm. It might sound like the universe is dropping the bass, but NASA actually likens these waves to bumper cars which bounce between the magnetic fields at Earth's north and south poles. An instrument on its protective shield was pelted by about 5,000 dust particles and small rocks.
In 2011, NASA's Stardust spacecraft flew by the Tempel 1 comet.
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