NASA Discovered That Planets And Stars Create Music-Like Sounds

NASA was able to successfully design special detection instruments that can register and play-back the electromagnetic vibrations emitted from planets and stars. The results are incredible ambient soundscapes that sound at home in a fantasy or Sci-Fi film.

Captured from the electromagnetic fields of various planets and their moons, these recordings are the result of re-building the audio of solar winds, atmospheres and magnetic frequencies of the various planets that most of us are familiar with. These seem to be emanating a form of Celestial music. What do you think? Is music a natural part of our universe at large?

Hear The Sounds Captured By NASA :

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Australian student confirms giant plasma tubes floating above the Earth

Astronomers have for the first time captured visual evidence of the existence of tubular plasma structures in the inner layers of the magnetosphere surrounding the Earth.

“For over 60 years, scientists believed these structures existed but by imaging them for the first time, we’ve provided visual evidence that they are really there,” Cleo Loi of the ARC Centre of Excellence for All-sky Astrophysics (CAASTRO) and the School of Physics at the University of Sydney said.

Loi is the lead author on this research, done as part of her award-winning undergraduate thesis and published in the journal Geophysical Research Letters.

“The discovery of the structures is important because they cause unwanted signal distortions that could, as one example, affect our civilian and military satellite-based navigation systems. So we need to understand them,” she said.

The plasma structures are explained in this clip:

The region of space around the Earth occupied by its magnetic field, called the magnetosphere, is filled with plasma created by the atmosphere being ionised by sunlight.

The innermost layer of the magnetosphere is the ionosphere, and above that is the plasmasphere. They are embedded with a variety of strangely shaped plasma structures, including the tubes.

“We measured their position to be about 600 km above the ground, in the upper ionosphere, and they appear to be continuing upwards into the plasmasphere. This is around where the neutral atmosphere ends, and we are transitioning to the plasma of outer space,” Loi said.

Using the Murchison Widefield Array, a radio telescope in the Western Australian desert, Loi found that she could map large patches of the sky and exploit the the array’s rapid snapshot capabilities to create a movie – effectively capturing the real-time movements of the plasma.

Loi has been awarded the 2015 Bok Prize of the Astronomical Society of Australia for her work.

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World’s Most Powerful Telescope | Launch in 2018

NASA is building the biggest telescope the world has ever seen, and it will give scientists the opportunity to ‘see’ cosmic events that occurred 13.5 billion years ago – just 220 million years following the (supposed) Big Bang. Named the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), it will be 100 times more powerful than the Hubble Space Telescope, and is tipped to be fully operational within the next three years.

“What the Webb will really be doing is looking at the first galaxies of the Universe,” project scientist Mark Clampin told the press at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Centre in the US this week. “We will also be able, with these capabilities, to look in very dark parts of the universe where stars are being born.”

The JWST includes a mirror 6.5 metres in diameter, which is three times the size of Hubble’s mirror, and it will have 70 times its light-gathering capacity. It will include four cameras and spectrometers, the latter of which is designed to take in light, break it down into its spectral components, and digitise the signal as a function of a wavelength for scientists to interpret.

“We have sensors on board, equipment on board that will enable us to study the atmosphere of exoplanets spectroscopically, so we will be able to understand the composition of those atmospheres,” Matt Greenhouse, a JWST project scientist, told the press. “We can make big progress in the search for life.”

Unlike Hubble, which has spent the last 25 years orbiting Earth, the James Webb Space Telescope will go all the way out to one of the Lagrangian points – a set of five equilibrium points in every Earth-Moon System – 1.5 million kilometres (930,000 miles) away. This will keep it far enough away from the Sun so it’s not too hot, and will shelter it from radiation and “prevent it from being blinded by its own infra-red light,” Jean-Louis Santini reports for the AFP.

“It will follow Earth around the Sun over the course of the year. So it’s in a Sun centre orbit instead of an Earth centre orbit,” said Greenhouse. “Just as Hubble rewrote all the textbooks, Webb will rewrite [them] again.”

The telescope is expected to launch in October 2018.

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Water predates the Sun

New research is demonstrating that the water on this planet may not have been formed on this planet at all, but in fact been floating around in space for a very long time. So long in fact, that it predates not just this planet, but our very own sun.

Basically, this new research describes that when the Sun was formed, it was surrounded by a large disk of rock and ice. Originally, we though that these rock and ice particles were created in the suns early formation stages, but now we are learning that that’s not the case. Those chunks were pulled there from outside, which originally were created in interstellar space.

It is even possible that this water was created by a Quasar, which very simply is an exploding star in space that continually smashes hydrogen and oxygen together to create water in space. Recent discoveries depict a large body of water roughly 20,000x more than the amount on earth. This floating body of water and others like it are amazing, and may be a foundational source of where all of the water on earth came from.

Water is ultimately the basis by which biological life comes into existence. It is through water that all life came from, whether it is archeo-bacteria, fish, or even people. Our physical bodies are composed greatly of water, and that right there is significant beyond measure.

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NASA Discovers Hidden Portals In Earth’s Magnetic Field

Our planet has come a long way in scientific breakthroughs and discoveries. Mainstream science is beginning to discover new concepts of reality that have the potential to change our perception about our planet and the extraterrestrial environment that surrounds it forever. Star gates, wormholes, and portals have been the subject of conspiracy theories and theoretical physics for decades, but that is all coming to an end as we continue to grow in our understanding about the true nature of our reality.

As far as scientists can determine, these portals aid in the transfer of tons of magnetically charged particles that flow from the Sun causing the northern and southerns lights and geomagnetic storms. They aid in the transfer of the magnetic field from the Sun to the Earth. In 2014, the U.S. space agency will launch a new mission called Magnetospheric Multi scale Mission (MMS) which will include four spacecraft that will circle the Earth to locate and then study these portals. They are located where the Earth and the Sun’s magnetic fields connect and where the unexplained portals are formed.

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