[LISTEN] Ever wondered what Space 'sounds' like? NASA has it for us


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According to Truth Theory, scientists were recording these waves because they want to learn more about how space works.

For a long time, many experts - and most of us on Earth - believed that there was no sound in space because it is a vacuum. It turns out that sound does exist in Space, but in the form of electromagnetic vibrations.

You can read more about it right here.

It probes them with a trio of electric sensors as well as three search coil magnetometers, which look for changes in the magnetic field. All instruments were specifically designed to be highly sensitive while using the least amount of power possible.

NASA

Watch the video below and listen to the various vibrations/sounds that exist in our solar system.

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