I have a recording of Jupiter music.
March 31, 2016 11:16am CST
Brought to us from Voyager, recorded and played back at a frequency that fits our ears. It sounds like wind blowing. It sounds like being out on a desert plain with no water or cigarettes. It sounds like the background music for a killer movie. There is some swooshing and some medium tones that sounds like a band performing for Hans Zimmer for some major movie show. I can sometimes listen to this and close my eyes and pretend to be walking on the surface of Europa, walking my robot doggins and wearing my space suit. Looking up I see that 3 quarters of the night sky is filled with the image of Jupiter as if I could reach out and touch it! look at a picture of Jupiter from the surface of it's moon, Europa: http://www.nasa.gov/sites/default/files/pia17043-full.jpg Take a listen yourself:
From an original CD: JUPITER NASA-VOYAGER SPACE SOUNDS (1990) BRAIN/MIND Research Fascinating recording of Jupiter sounds (electromagnetic "voices") by NASA-...
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• Dallas, Texas
31 Mar 16
The YouTube video is not totally recent but it is very authentic. NASA has recordings of other planets and the sounds are generated and altered to fit our hearing range, using the sounds of the solar winds against the atmospheres of the planets each has its own original texture.
• United States
22 Apr 16
That was an amazing sound. I'm not sure I would be able to stay very long in a place that sounded like that though. I listened to it for several minutes then it seemed to resonate in my head. I was afraid that if I listened too long it would start a migraine. But still I am glad that I checked this discussion out. I wouldn't have missed that experience for the world.
• United States
4 Apr 16
I am listening to it right now and it is cosmically evoking an energy inside that I was not sure could be moved by anything here on Earth, well maybe as far as some of the music Yanni performs but Anthony this was pure vibration under harmonic instrumentation without being played by some being but instead the celestial colliding of gases and space . . . whoa thanks @lookatdesktop