Space lacks sound as we know it on Earth, because there is no air in space. But sound waves do still exist in space. I know, trippy, right?
Spooky and beautiful #science.
The above video plays sound wave lengths of space when translated for the human ear to Earth’s oxygenated atmosphere.
If you even understand what I just said, you #win at life.
PS-Saturn kind of sounds like a highway 🙂
“The Pale Blue Dot” is a photo of Earth taken in 1990 by Voyager 1. It shows our planet from a distance of about 3.7 billion miles (6 billion kilometers). From this record breaking distance, the Earth appeared as a blue dot in a sunbeam. It was taken at the request of astronomer Carl Sagan.