Sounds of Planets

NASA Voyager and other space probes measure the high-frequency oscillations of plasma waves
in electric and magnetic fields with antennas, and later amplify them into the range of hearing.
These recorded sounds make the complex interactions of charged particles
from the solar wind, ionosphere, and planetary magnetosphere, audible. 

 

Jupiter
Sounds of Jupiter:

 

 
Jupiter's Moons

 

My ear barely caught signals coming in regular succession which could not have been produced on earth… Nikola Tesla
In 1899, while conducting experiments in Colorado Springs, Nikola Tesla detected a signal with a highly sensitive receiver.
He said: I felt as though I were present at the birth of a new knowledge or the revelation of a great truth.


Tesla first considered they might be electrical disturbances produced by the sun, aurora borealis, or earth currents, but believed they were
not terrestrial in origin. He concluded they were a form of ‘interplanetary communication’. It is now believed that Tesla had discovered radio astronomy,
and was picking up a signal from IO, one of Jupiter’s moons.
It emits a 10 khz. signal as it passes through a torus of charged plasma particles that surrounds Jupiter.
Radio signals from IO often come as a series of pulses.

 

Io, Jupiters Moon

Sounds of IO – one of Jupiter’s Moons:

  

Saturn
Sounds of Saturn:

 

Uranus

Sounds of Uranus:

  

Uranus
Sounds of the Rings of Uranus:

 

Neptune

Sounds of Neptune:

 

 
Venus

Sounds of Venus:

 

 
Earth

Sounds of Earth:

 

US-SPACE-ASTRONOMY-ECLIPSE-MOON-FILES
Sounds of Mars (may be available in 2-3 years)

 

Listen to more sounds from space here:
NASA Sound Library

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