NASA Recording of Sound Waves in Space

Photo of Earth from outter space
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 🙂

That’s Here. That’s Home. That’s Us.

“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.