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General News / October 29, 2020

Listen to NASA’s playlist of spooky sounds from outer space

General News / October 29, 2020

Listen to NASA’s playlist of spooky sounds from outer space

Words: Dylan Murphy

They’ve captured the most unsettling sounds from across the universe into one playlist just in time for Halloween.

Last night, NASA hopped on twitter to scare the shit out of people. They said, “PSST… Uh, did anyone hear… that?” prompting wild responses hoping for confirmation of life in outerspace.

Following up the tweet some hours later they shared a new playlist consisting of real sounds they’ve captured.

Talking about the playlist they said, “You’ve heard the creaks, cracks, and cackling noises of our universe before. Using data from our spacecraft, our scientists gathered NEW sinister sounds from the depths of space in time for Halloween.”

Turn the lights off and prepare for some serious goosebumps.

You can listen to the spooky solar system sounds below: