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    Default Sounds of Jupiter



    Sorry if this has been posted before, aside from a youtube video and a NASA page I haven't found much else about this.

    I found this video yesterday and really enjoyed it.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e3fqE01YYWs

    I wanted to learn more so I went looking and I can't seem to find that audio file anywhere else. On NASA's site they have some electromagnetic noise from various planets, but it sounds nothing at all like the sounds in that video. The description says it comes from a CD called "JUPITER NASA-VOYAGER SPACE SOUNDS", did they take any artistic liberties with this? Or are these the actual sounds that the space probe picked up?

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    Default Re: Sounds of Jupiter

    Hi Mageta. This is a very interesting video you have posted. If you are interested in picking up some radio waves from Jupiter yourself, you might want to look at these two links below:

    Space Today Online -- How to tune in natural radio signals from Jupiter
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    Default Re: Sounds of Jupiter

    Sounds weird and completely alien. Much more so than whale sounds

    My guess is that they have mapped real signals onto a 20-20000 frequency range, so that the result can be heard through loudspeakers.

 

 

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