Just before Halloween, NASA released a playlist of weird sounds from space.
NASA explained in a statement: “You may have heard some creaks, cracks, and creaks in our universe before.” “Using data from the spacecraft, we collected Halloween in time. A new collection of sinister sounds deep in space.”
The space agency pointed out that the Halloween playlists posted to Soundcloud are full of creepy “moins” and “whistles.”
The creepy sounds include possible “earthquakes” recorded on the red planet by NASA’s Mars InSight Lander, sounds from the ancient universe, the center of the Milky Way, and the ionosphere from Jupiter captured by the Juno spacecraft Plasma wave.
NASA image shows a spooky “Halloween”
Earlier this week, NASA also highlighted images of the very ghostly sun.
In the extraordinary image, the sun has a striking resemblance to the jack-o-lantern. In an email to Fox News, NASA compared the image of the sun with a “giant floating pumpkin.”
“On October 8, 2014, the active areas on the sun combined looked like a lantern,” NASA explained in a post on its website. “The active areas appear brighter because they are areas that emit more light and energy-a sign of a strong and complex set of magnetic fields that hover in the solar atmosphere, known as corona.”
The space agency added: “The image combines two sets of wavelengths at 171 and 193 angstroms, usually colored in gold and yellow, to create an appearance that is particularly similar to Halloween.”
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The Angstrom measurement is used for the wavelength of light. NASA explained in the post: “This image is a mixture of 171 and 193 angstroms captured by the Solar Dynamics Observatory.”
Chris Ciaccia of Fox News contributed to this article. Follow James Rogers on Twitter @jamesjrogers