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Eerie space sounds recorded around Saturn

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Imaginarynumber1

Saturn is objectively the best planet in our system.

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oldrover

It's got that 50's B picture vibe about if. Really interesting. 

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Stiff

So THAT'S where Rush got the idea for the intro of 2112. I knew it!

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Seti42

Sounds like dark ambient drone music. Or maybe dark ambient drone music sounds like Saturn.

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DirtyDocMartens

But this isn’t the actual phenomenon, right? It’s an audio representation of it? Could you just as well represent it as visible colors? I really don’t understand it, any assistance would be appreciated.

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Hammerclaw
3 hours ago, DirtyDocMartens said:

But this isn’t the actual phenomenon, right? It’s an audio representation of it? Could you just as well represent it as visible colors? I really don’t understand it, any assistance would be appreciated.

It's the actual electromagnetic emanations converted to sound, the same way a conventional artificial audio signal is converted to sound. We've had these sorts of recordings since Voyager.                                                                                                             

 

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Waspie_Dwarf
18 hours ago, DirtyDocMartens said:

But this isn’t the actual phenomenon, right? It’s an audio representation of it? Could you just as well represent it as visible colors? I really don’t understand it, any assistance would be appreciated.

If you are listening to the radio during a storm you will hear noise when there is lightning. It isn't actually the sound of the lightning you are hearing, but it is a direct result of the electromagnetic discharge of the lightning. Same thing here.

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