Creepy radio transmissions from Saturn

Original story:

Saturn’s radio emissions could be mistaken for a Halloween sound track.

That’s how two researchers describe their recent findings, published in the July 23 issue of the Geophysical Research Letters. Their paper is based on data from the Cassini spacecraft radio and plasma wave science instrument. The study investigates sounds that are not just eerie, but also descriptive of a phenomenon similar to Earth’s northern lights.

Saturn’s soundtrack

Another sample

Yikes

This creeps me way out!!! I love it. 😆

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5 thoughts on “Creepy radio transmissions from Saturn”

  1. yah, that was spooky. what’s odd is that it’s pretty much how the people got the sounds for the old scary movies. I think in Jurassic Park they used an elevator brake to create the sound of the Tyrannosaurus Rex.

    BTW, Kudos on the Daring Fireball link. it’s a sign of intelligence.

  2. BTW, Kudos on the Daring Fireball link. it’s a sign of intelligence.

    What about the use of the word “creepy”? ;^)

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