Tycho | Montana
Selected works from Pierre Le Hors’ book, Firework Studies, 2010
soaked film in rubbing alcohol for ~15 minutes. left in direct sunlight for several hours to dry.
|—||Matthew Bellamy about Screenager . (via the-map-of-my-head)|
The sounds of Uranus are energetic and relaxing with multiple sounds sweeping in every direction. The beginning of this recording is busy, with many sounds swirling about. Then it abruptly changes and becomes vast, beautific and sweeping.
This is the sound Jupiter emits via electromagnetic waves. It’s so incredibly cool (10:00)
Well technically speaking, it’s a recording of the electromagnetic waves emitted from the plasma within the planet (that creates a electrical and magnetic field if i understand) that was converted to sound waves. You would not hear this sound at all if you were to actually pass by Jupiter. Still cool, nonetheless.
There are more NASA-Voyager Space Sounds from the same collection showing Neptune, the rings of Uranus and Uranus itself, the Sphere of Io, Saturn’s rings and Saturn itself, Miranda, and even Earth. Very calming sounds.