Strange Extraterrestrial Radio NoisesListen to strange radio noises from space.
Sounds of 50 to 500 kHz radio emissions RPWS has sent back to earth from Saturn have been compressed in time in this recording so that one second corresponds to one planet rotation.
(This image of Jupiter is a true-color mosaic of Jupiter made from 27 red, green and blue image-fields that were components of nine color photographs taken on December 29, 2000, by a narrow-angle camera onboard the Cassini spacecraft. The Cassini camera recorded more colors than a human eye can see. However, the colors in this mosaic are rendered to appear almost exactly as they would appear to a human the same distance from Jupiter.)
Build your own radio telescope and receive signals from Jupiter directly.
Jupiter L Bursts sound a little like waves crashing on a beach.
Jupiter S Bursts have this rapid-fire popping sound.
However, if S Bursts are recorded and played back with a 128:1 slowdown
ratio the result is these eerie whistling noises.
Earth's Magnetosphere also Produces
Interesting Radio Waves Called Chorus
This is an example of the Earth's magnetosphere Chorus recorded by Stephen P. McGreevy during a severe magnetic storm over Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada, on February 21, 1994.
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