NASA records mysterious sounds released by Jupiter’s moon

Baaghi TV: The Juno spacecraft sent by NASA to Jupiter, the largest planet in the solar system, has recorded the sound of Jupiter and Ganymede, the largest moon in the solar system.

According to the details, these sounds sent by Juno are quite strange. Jupiter and its strange moon they are counted among the most amazing objects of our solar system, which is why, NASA launched The Juno spacecraft on a mission from the Earth on 5th August 2011. Juno reached Jupiter’s polar orbit by July 2016.

Although it was specifically designed for Jupiter, on June 7 this year, Juno came very close to the Jenny Mead and noted the moon’s magnetic, electrical and aerial (magnetosphere) properties, but at one point its sensitive mic was opened and it recorded some very strange voices from Ganymede.

According to NASA’s report, on June 7 this year, a mysterious 50-second sound data was retrieved while the spacecraft (Juno) was flying near the largest moon of the planet ‘Jupiter’ (Ganymede).

The report said that this spacecraft is the 34th mission sent by NASA in search for Jupiter, which mysteriously flew at a speed of 41,600 miles per hour at a distance of 645 miles (1038 kilometers) from the surface of Ganymede. The mysterious sounds can be interpreted as ‘beeps’ like the sounds from the horn of a car.

Similarly, the sound of ‘bloops’ was like a low pitch sound emitted from an electronic device. All the sounds had different frequencies. Ganymede is the largest and only moon in our solar system that has its own magnetic field.

Scott Bolton, principal investigator for the spacecraft Juno, says that if this sound is heard carefully, you will hear a sudden high frequency in the middle of the recording, indicating the entry of a different region into the magnetic field of Ganymede.

“Listening to this recording, you will find yourself traveling with Juno,” he said.

However, scientists have said that we have released this data just for fun because it can tell us how the inner voices of the moons of other planets and the largest moon in the solar system itself sounds.

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