Sounds like a chirp and whistle it emitted the Earth's magnetosphere.
Man who would not stop talking, the roar of the vehicle, blowing agin, missile explodes, all kinds of sounds and noise in the Earth. But what kind of sound emitted by the blue planet into space. Sounds like a weird buzz captured by the twin satellites Radiation Belt Storm Probes (RBSP) United States Space Agency (NASA), which was launched last August 30, 2012.
Two satellites are capturing radio waves similar to chirp and whistle emitted Earth's magnetosphere on Wednesday, September 5, 2012 last. Capturing the sound of "singing" Earth. Listen to his voice on this link. This voice can also be heard in outer space to the human ear. Originally, the man took off his helmet while floating in space. There is also no sound reception interference in a vacuum.
Craig Kletzing, from the University of Iowa, is the principal investigator Electric and Magnetic Field Instrument Suite and Integrated Science (EMFISIS), the instrument is in two satellites. He said the man had known his true voice for decades.
"Recipients of radio waves used to catch it, it sounds like birds singing," he said as published in the Daily Mail. The sound is usually easily heard when the morning, along with the sound of birds. "That is why it is sometimes thought of as the" song of the dawn "."
The sound is emitted by energetic particles in the upper levels of the Earth's magnetosphere, before the sound was turned into the radiation belts that surround the Earth. Twin RBSP satellites circling the Earth in an elliptical orbit, sometimes hovering low 37s miles above the ground, sometimes up to an altitude of 20,000 miles.
Two satellites purpose was to study the Van Allen Belt which surrounds the Earth, in particular reveal framer radiation belt particles.
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