Scientists from the European Space Agency have managed to record the sounds of the Earth's magnetic field. Now everyone can hear how it sounds when solar particles crash into it.
Scientists have collected data from three satellites of the Swarm mission, which have been studying the magnetic field of our planet for almost 10 years. < br /> “Mostly we used satellite data that they collected by studying the magnetic field, but there were other sources as well. Thanks to this, we can imagine how the Earth's magnetic field sounds. This is an interesting combination of art and science. By the way, this rumble of the magnetic field occurred at a time when a strong flare appeared on the Sun. And it's really scary”, — says Klaus Nielsen from the Technical University of Denmark.
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