Because space is a visually mysterious environment, humans just rely on beautiful photographs of heavenly bodies, such as solar systems, galaxies, and planets to see how beautiful the universe is. And, we don’t really pay attention to the audible aspect of outer space.
But, does space really have a sound? Technically, sound exists in space. Sound is produced through electromagnetic vibrations, which oscillates in wavelengths.
NASA was able to record the cool sounds in space. They used some advanced instruments that could record all the electromagnetic vibrations. And then, these were all converted into sounds, which can be picked up by human ears.
Listen to these incredible sounds from space. Nothing was added nor altered; these are all pure sounds that rise from the mysterious realm above us.
The Sounds of the Sun
The Voices of Earth
The Song of the Earth
The Creepy Sounds Of Saturn
Here is the Sound of Saturn
This is the Creepy Sound of Jupiter
Io’s Sound, The Moon of Jupiter
The Rings of Uranus
The Song of Uranus
Here is Miranda’s Sound, the Moon of Uranus
The Sound of Neptune
For another beautiful take on our universe’s heavenly bodies, check this out: 16 Most Astounding Astronomical Photos of 2015