According to the famous Alien motto: “In space, no one hears your screams”; But is it really so? NASA answered the question.
The famous logo of alien is reading: In space, no one can hear you scream. But is it really so? to have replied The question was not the same NASA Through his Twitter profile and an in-depth article.
After he wrote on his personal Twitter account: “Halloween is approaching and everyone wants to know: Is it true that no one can hear you scream in space?” , NASA attempted to answer the question exploiting the Alien logo, the primary science fiction movie directed by Ridley Scott in 1979.
NASA answered the question asked on Twitter this way: “Technically, the human ear can’t hear sounds (or screams) that an air vehicle does not transmit. However, sometimes our spatial recording systems collect data that can be converted into sounds understandable to the human ear. And some of them can really be scary!”.
on their websiteNASA has created what’s called the SoundCloud Halloween playlist, a veritable collection of the scariest sounds ever recorded in space. Thus, it is possible to hear the pulsating sound of the star Draconis 74 recorded by TESS (Transient Exoplanet Reconnaissance Satellite) as well as the sound of the Cat’s Eye Nebula.
In case you want to organize a Halloween party with contofiocchi, also remember to include in the playlist the sound of the giant red star Edasich, which is part of the constellation Draco. Finally, don’t forget the sound of silence recorded by NASA for Perseverance on Mars.
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