Cassini Catches The Spooky Whooshing Sounds Of Saturn

You may have heard of the music of the spheres, but NASA has discovered the song of the moons. Based on data returned by the unmanned Cassini spacecraft as it made its last Grand Finale orbits, space scientists have taken the radio signals generated by Saturn's moon Enceladus as it orbits through the giant planet's magnetic field lines and turned it into sounds of the dynamic interaction of plasma waves moving between planet and satellite... Continue Reading Space music: NASA listens in on Enceladus Category: Space Tags: Cassini Enceladus NASA Related Articles: A massive asteroid impact could have caused Enceladus to tip onto its side Gallery: The Cassini team's top 2017 mission snaps Saturn's moon may be "like a candy store for microbes" What to expect in Cassini's final week Complex org

Cassini Catches The Spooky Whooshing Sounds Of Saturn

Fri 13 Jul 18 from Discover Magazine

Sound of electromagnetic energy moving between Saturn, Enceladus

New research from NASA's Cassini spacecraft's up-close Grand Finale orbits shows a surprisingly powerful and dynamic interaction of plasma waves moving from Saturn to its rings and its moon ...

Tue 10 Jul 18 from Phys.org

Listen: Sound of Electromagnetic Energy Moving Between Saturn, Enceladus, Thu 12 Jul 18 from Astrobiology Magazine

Space music: NASA listens in on Enceladus

You may have heard of the music of the spheres, but NASA has discovered the song of the moons. Based on data returned by the unmanned Cassini spacecraft as it made its last Grand Finale ...

Mon 9 Jul 18 from Gizmag

NASA Releases Eerie Audio From Saturnís Plasma Waves

Of course, there's no sound in space, but this eerie audio comes from the waves of plasma that flow between the moon Enceladus and Saturn. The post NASA Releases Eerie Audio From Saturn’s ...

Thu 12 Jul 18 from Extremetech

There's Spooky Plasma Music Traveling From Saturn to its Weirdest Moon

Researchers for the first time recorded the gas giant's vibrating plasma signal to Enceladus. And now you can listen to it too.

Tue 10 Jul 18 from SPACE.com

There's Spooky Plasma Music Traveling From Saturn to its Weirdest Moon, Tue 10 Jul 18 from Livescience

Cassini reveals the sounds of Saturn

The ringed planet and its moon Enceladus have a lot to say to each other.

Fri 13 Jul 18 from Astronomy.com

Before Final Plunge, Cassini Recorded Plasma Waves Between Saturn, Enceladus

NewsThe dynamic plasma energy between Saturn and its second-smallest moon is electromagnetic waves that are in the audio frequency range. Now we can hear them. Staff Author: Seth AugensteinTopics: Space

Thu 12 Jul 18 from Laboratory Equipment

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