The atmosphere of the cosmos
We present to your attention a fantastic audio recordings of space missions Voyager I and II launched in 1977. These unmanned space probes that are flying for 37 years away from our planet and, according to scientists who have already left our solar system.
During this flight they had studied the planet all around us, the study.
Now about our atmosphere and the sounds of the planets.
As everyone knows, in space there is no sound. Presents the atmosphere of electromagnetic vibrations of the planets, their moons and moons, planetary magnetosphere and the solar wind. Such a complex interaction and created sound vibrations that we can hear. They sound very interesting, sometimes even creepy.
Now I want to tell you a little interesting information about each planet in our Symphony.
Jupiter is the largest planet in the Solar system, a gas giant. The diameter of Jupiter is approximately 11.2 larger than the earth.
It consists mainly of hydrogen and helium. The pressure and temperature in the depths of Jupiter is huge, the winds of Jupiter can reach 600 miles per hour, and a magnetic field is four thousand times stronger than the Earth’s field.
When you look at the night sky, the planet Jupiter is the third brightest object. The brightest objects in our Solar system are Venus and the Moon.
63 satellite and it is believed that one of them, Europe (the size of the moon), under the layer of ice can be water extraterrestrial life.
Uranus is the coldest planet in the Solar system, an ice giant.
The surface temperature can reach -224 degrees Celsius. The wind speeds on Uranus reaches 250 m/s (900 km/h), but the atmosphere of the planet is considered the most “quiet”.
Summer on the planet lasts 42 earth years.
At the approach to Uranus, Voyager-2 had only 10 strips of clouds in the visible part of this planet. By the way, this space ship first and the only one that has visited Uranus.
Neptune is the eighth and farthest planet in the Solar system.
The mass of Neptune is 17.2 times, and the diameter of the equator 3.9 times greater than Earth. In the atmosphere of Neptune storms, the strongest winds among the planets of the Solar system, according to some estimates their speed can reach 2100 km/h.