Scientists of the US National Space Agency
published an audio recording of Saturn’s “conversation” and its sixth in size
satellite Enceladus. Experts call it a joke “scary
music “, however, of course, emphasize that nothing
there is no irrational here.
The researchers simply converted the sound plasma waves,
who moved from the gas giant to one of his moons. This
the signal was received in 2017 by an automatic interplanetary station
�Cassini, which completed its mission last year.
By turning on the video below, you can hear this
�”Conversation” with your ears.
NASA officials say that similar plasma waves
arise when particles of ionized gas make complex
oscillatory motion, exposed to magnetic and
electric fields. Cassini antennas and sensors successfully
registered the radio emission of the planet, and now the American
experts converted it to audio. Researchers report that
The original sound file lasts 12 and a half minutes, however they
sped it up to half a minute to achieve more impressive
It should be noted that the resulting record really sounds
very unusual and somewhat scary. Or maybe Saturn really
This is how it communicates with its companions, because there is a theory,
that our Earth is a living organism, a kind of supermind. From what
then it cannot be inherent in Saturn and its moons, and also in
whole to all the planets and stars in the universe? ..