Coming to the forefront in space-related developments, NASA is doing successful work with both its exploration vehicles and telescopes. NASA, which has been imaging the depths of the universe with James Webb, recently shared a sound from a black hole.
NASA shared the black hole in question from its social media account. While a similar sound in space had surprised everyone before, this time the sound was recorded from a black hole in the Perseus galaxy.
CREATIVE SOUND HEARD BY MILLIONS
The audio recording shared by NASA has been listened to millions of times. Receiving a high degree of engagement on all social media accounts, NASA only TwitterReached nearly 14 million interactions. The explanations on the subject were as follows:
In the post shared on his social media account, “The illusion that there is no sound in space arises because space is a void and does not allow sound waves to travel. There is so much gas in a galaxy cluster that we caught the real sound. Here we mixed it with other data to hear the sound of the black hole. ” expressions were used. You can listen to the audio by playing the video below…
The misconception that there is no sound in space originates because most space is a ~vacuum, providing no way for sound waves to travel. 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! pic.twitter.com/RobcZs7F9e
— NASA Exoplanets (@NASAExoplanets) August 21, 2022
The black hole in question lies 200 million light-years away in the Perseus galaxy cluster, a galaxy cluster 11 million light-years wide filled with hot gas.