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NASA releases space sound: Thunder flashes from Jupiter

  • Author:chinatopwin
  • Source:chinatopwin
  • Release on :2017-11-01
Reference News Network October 30th, British media reported that the U.S. National Aeronautics 
and Space Administration (NASA) released a set of thrilling space "voice" highlights, so that the 
radio radiation mechanism of spacecraft captured in the solar system throughout the trip won the 
"vitality".

According to the British Daily Mail website reported on June 28 > 10, this group of the German 
"sound cloud" website a new playlist share voice collection, ranging from Jupiter lightning flash 
rumbling trembling voice to the stars and other strange roar sound. For these elusive "voice" 
Zhenrong, scientists the radio signals collected from various space missions transformed into 
sound waves.
Reported that the collection includes 22 "space voice" fragments, they provide a planet in the 
solar system and other mysterious celestial shocking new perspective.NASA said: "in the 
process to the depths of the universe, the brave spacecraft roaming in the blue sky, 
photographed image wonders of space. Some spacecraft. The instrument can capture radio 
signal. The scientists put these signals into sound, sounds horrible"
Reported that the play list includes "Juno" Jupiter probe captured Jupiter in June 24th last 
year through the magnetic field boundary when a voice, then Juno recorded it with the bow 
shock in two hours. The strange encounter directory also contains the plasma wave such as 
ripples through the space generated waves roar like this is the wave, electric field and 
magnetic field measurement instrument assembly NASA Van Allen on the detector (EMFISIS) 
captured.
The catalogue also contains a lot of samples of Saturn's radio radiation, which were collected 
by 
Cassini spacecraft, which NASA has now finished its mission