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www.thoughtco.com/is-there-such-a-thing-as-a-planet-sound-3073443

Can a planet make a sound? It's an interesting question that gives us insight into the nature of sound waves. In a sense, a planets do emit radiation which can be used to make sounds we can hear.

thespiritscience.net/2015/06/15/nasa-discovers-planets-and-stars-give-off...it-sounds-like

These amazing ambient space sounds come from electronic vibrations of the planets, moons and rings, electromagnetic fields of the planets and moons, planetary magnetosphere, trapped radio waves bouncing between the planet and the inner surface of it’s atmosphere, charged particle interactions of the planet, it’s moons and the solar wind, and from charged particle emissions from the rings ...

canyouactually.com/nasa-actual

Can you hear sounds in space? Now you've probably heard that there's no sound in space, but technically that's not true. Now yes, space is a virtual vacuum. However, sound does exist in the form of electromagnetic vibrations that pulsate in similar wavelengths. What NASA did was design special instruments that could record these electromagnetic vibrations, and transferred them into sou...

www.nasa.gov/vision/universe/features/halloween_sounds.html

In time for Halloween, we've put together a compilation of elusive "sounds" of howling planets and whistling helium that is sure to make your skin crawl. In time for Halloween, we've put together a compilation of elusive "sounds" of howling planets and whistling helium that is sure to make your skin crawl.

earthsky.org/space/video-for-your-ears-what-do-planets-sound-like

NASA Space Sounds: what happens when spacecraft are used to record radio emissions from planetary environments, which are then converted to sound waves. Learn more in this video of your ears.

www.quora.com/What-causes-the-sounds-that-planets-make

If this is real — and the methodology is not listed although it’s plausibly been borrowed from an original source — the best answer here is that the definition of Sound causes sound. Those with traditional educations should here note that “the vac...

science.nasa.gov/science-news/science-at-nasa/2013/01nov_ismsounds

The sounds, he explained, were solid evidence that Voyager 1 had left the heliosphere. The heliosphere is a vast bubble of magnetism that surrounds the sun and planets. It is, essentially, the sun’s magnetic field inflated to enormous proportions by the solar wind.

curious.astro.cornell.edu/.../general-questions/223-do-planets-radiate-noise-beginner

Do planets radiate noise? (Beginner) ... Not all planets do this, but Jupiter is well known for emitting all kinds of radio waves that sound like some sort of alien music. Jupiter is special in doing this because it has a very strong magnetic field (an order of magnitude stronger than Earth). When charged particles are accelerated through the ...