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    Mega rare unheard Hendrix outtakes

    If only!

    But some off these do sound Hendrixish, either with a solar feel or underwater. A couple of favourite Hendrix topics.



    https://soundcloud.com/nasa/sets/spookyspacesounds


    A statement from the space agency said: ďSoaring to the depths of our universe, gallant spacecraft roam the cosmos, snapping images of celestial wonders. Some spacecraft have instruments capable of capturing radio emissions. When scientists convert these to sound waves, the results are eerie to hear.
    ďIn 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.Ē
    A selection of the recordings are described below.
    The audio files were taken from planets, a comet and plasma waves. The first, Juno Crossing Jupiterís Bow Shock, is the sound of NASAís spacecraft moving across the gas giantís magnetic field. The whistling sound suddenly turns into a deeper boom as Juno passes from an environment dominated by solar wind into Jupiterís magnetosphere.
    Chorus Radio Waves within Earth's Atmosphere is the sound of plasma waves rolling through space. The waves are electric and magnetic fields moving through the ions and electrons that compose the plasma. The interaction causes the rhythmic sound on the recording.

    Saturnís Radio Emissions were recorded with the Cassini spacecraft, which recently plunged into the planetís atmosphere bringing its long mission to a close. Saturn is a source of intense radio emissions that are related to the planetís auroras near its poles. The sounds recorded are very similar to the radio emissions from Earthís auroras.
    Lightning on Jupiter was recorded by the Voyager spacecraft. The whistling emission is the sound of lightning moving away from the planet and into the magnetized plasma above. As the waves move into the plasma, higher frequency ones move faster, meaning these get picked up first. The difference between the high and low frequency waves produces the whistling sound.


    Stardust: Passing Comet Tempel 1 is a recording of a comet flyby in 2011. NASAís Stardust spacecraft was bombarded with dust particles from the comet and this is what can be heard in the recording. Over 11 minutes, the spacecraft was hit by around 5,000 bits of rock, ice and dust.
    "That's the best news I ever heard" Bob Dylan

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    Re: Mega rare unheard Hendrix outtakes

    And you'll never hear surf music again .......
    "That's the best news I ever heard" Bob Dylan

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