NASA captures eerie sounds emitted from black hole 250 lightyears away

The newly captured audio fascinated—and terrified—some social media users.

According to the proverb, “In space, no one can hear you scream,” however black holes seem to be an exception. A chilling audio recording of a supermassive black hole that is more than 250 million light years from Earth was published on Sunday by NASA’s Exoplanets Twitter account, which is dedicated to “searching for planets and life beyond our solar system.”

“The misconception that there is no sound in space originates because most space is a ~vacuum, providing no way for sound waves to travel,” the agency tweeted. “A galaxy cluster has so much gas that we’ve picked up actual sound. Here it’s amplified, and mixed with other data, to hear a black hole.”

The information was made public earlier this year in May by NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory and shows a black hole at the center of the Perseus galaxy cluster. The sound bite’s caption stated, “In this sonification of Perseus, the sound waves astronomers previously discovered were extracted and made audible for the first time. “The core was where the sound waves were pulled from.”

NASA’s Telescope captures Jupiter’s 2 moons, rings, distant galaxies

On Tuesday, the James Webb Space Telescope of NASA took fresh pictures of Jupiter. Jupiter observations from the largest and newest space observatory in the world will provide researchers with even more information about the planet’s interior. Large storms, strong winds, auroras, and extremely high pressure and temperature conditions on the solar system’s largest planet have all been photographed by NASA’s telescope. “Gigantic news from a giant planet! @NASAWebb captured a new image of Jupiter in infrared light, unveiling clues to the planet’s inner life. Two moons, rings, and distant galaxies are visible,” NASA posted on Twitter.

Artemis: Nasa Moon mission is authorised to launch

This flight to the Moon has been more than a decade in the making
Late on Monday, NASA officials completed a review of flight preparation and came to the conclusion that there were no significant technical obstacles.
The Orion spacecraft will make a round around the Moon thanks to the Space Launch System rocket.
If all goes according to plan, astronauts will board for following flights while it is unmanned this time.
From Florida’s Kennedy Space Center, the SLS will launch.
The vehicle has been given a two-hour window on the Monday to get off Earth, starting at 08:33 local time (12:33 GMT; 13:33 BST).



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100% Data Tampering

What kind of a problem would need FAKE and manipulated documentation?

Look at all these “Climate Agreements.” We continue to lose money, prosperity and freedom while the CO2 level continue to increase, when do we say enough??