NASA Voyager Recordings of The Music of The Planets

NASA Space Sounds

In 1989 NASA approached Dr. Jeffrey D. Thompson and asked him to listen to the recordings which Voyager I & II Spacecrafts had recorded and sent back to Earth. The scientists who were listening to the tapes were so affected by them that they called them Primordial Sounds.

These were natural sounds with no manipulation of any kind. In other words they are exactly how our Planets produce music. They are caused by the Solar wind and ionosphere of all the planets.

We are all aware that there is no sound is Space. But when the vibration of the planets is played through specialised recording equipment in Voyager NASA recorded the sounds and they were relayed to Earth.

What you are going to hear is truly the most amazing and wonderful sound in all the Universe.

It is the Music of the Planets.

Explaining How It Works.

Sound As A Vibration. Radio Waves.

As we know, all sound is a vibration. If we placed a musical instrument in a room and sucked out all the air to produce a vacuum the actual vibration can still be felt.

Each Planet in our Solar System has a magnetic field that constantly changes. This changing produces radio waves, rather like when we turn on the radio and pick up our favorite station. The electromagnetic radio waves convert the wave to sound. In other words mechanical vibrations.

NASA have something called WAVES which is a radio astronomy instrument that is on the WIND Spacecraft. This has picked up radio waves from the Sun and all our Planets. And of course we have Radio Telescopes constantly pointing outwards towards our Galaxy.

The sounds that you hear in the videos are the recorded sounds that are a mixture of charged electromagnetic particles that come from the solar wind, planetary magnetosphere and ionosphere.

In plain English this means that NASA takes the radio waves from the atmosphere of the Planets and converts them into sound. Obviously there would be a slight difference if we could hear the Planets for themselves, such as faster speeds or slower sounds, but basically this is pretty much how these Planets sound.

They are natural singers. Each sound is unique to the Planet.


Mercury.

Mercury.

Mercury has a really guttural lonely feel to it, and definitely gives you the shivers. It also leaves you with a feeling that something is actually living down on the Planet, which of course there isn't!

With its flapping and creaks it feels like the whole Planet is shifting and stretching! Along with its eerie loud moan its definitely one of the spookiest planets!

The Planet was named after the Roman Deity Mercury. This being because the Planet moves around the Sun in only 118 Days. The Romans believed that it was the fastest in the sky, so therefore they named it after their fast flying messenger, Mercury.

Venus The Sound Of Om? NASA Recording.

Listen and Learn from the Masters of Meditation.

Venus -The Sound of OM?

Does this one sound familiar? Yes that's exactly what I thought. Om is the mystical sound of a Hindu Mantra.

It began in the region of India where Hindu was the main religion, but it now is used by many other religions such as Buddhism, Jainism and Sanatana Dharma.

The actual word or sound is also known as omkara.


Om or Aum is the sound that is used at the beginning of a prayer or when reciting Hindu Texts.

The origin is fascinating. Evidently Hindu's believe that at the beginning of Creation, the all encompassing God or Divine Consciousness took the first 'breath' or vibration that manifested itself as the sound Om.

The Mantra or Om is in fact the name of God. In other words, its the vibration of the Supreme Being!

Buddhist Monks Chanting Om Mani Padme Hum.
Buddhist Monks Chanting Om Mani Padme Hum. | Source

Our Beautiful Earth.

The Sound Of Whales?

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Earthly Delight.

The sound of our beautiful Planet Earth. How awesome is this? The sounds that you hear from Earth come from the planet's magnetosphere, and the interaction with the Solar Wind.

And being Earth with all its radio waves flying around the sound comes from the trapped radio waves that are bouncing between Earth and its inner surface.

Don't know about you, but I feel that I can hear the sea too, but that's just romancing the Earth with the idea that we can hear the ocean and the whales singing too. Along with the desert winds and the sound of birds. Wonderful.




Mars.

Mars.

Its hard to fathom the idea when listening to these amazing sounds from Mars that its all come about because of some clever guys, physics and a bit of maths.

The wind speeds of Mars, and the sounds of the actual planet have been cleverly recorded by scientists who were amazed by the different sounds coming from each Planet.

These are all totally natural sounds that have been converted from vibrations to music. It never fails to amaze me when I was listening to each and every Planet how they could all be so different.

If you have ever listened to Holst's The Planets Music he calls Mars the bringer of War. Not sure I agree, but he did have the right idea!

Gustav Holst - The Planets

Talking of Gustav Holst.....

Gustav Holst wrote his own wonderful musical composition called The Planets Suite. His music is his own interpretation on how he saw all the different Planets in our Solar System. Each piece of music is named after emotions based on the influence of the Planets, but also Roman Gods such as Mars the God of War and so on. I have had this album for many years and still enjoy it immensely.

Jupiter.

Jupiter.

The song of Jupiter. To me it sounds like an orchestra tuning up and getting ready to launch into an amazing film score.

Jupiter in Roman Lore was the God of Light and Sky. He is the son of Saturn and the brother of Neptune and Juno.

By the sound of its music I believe Jupiter is a soothing soul who would listen, but not judge. In fact the music of Jupiter is so calming I could easily listen to it before going to sleep.

Saturn.

Saturn.

Here is a more in depth explanation of how these sounds were made. You can read the words as you watch the video. They are also reproduced here:

'On the 25th August 1981, the probe voyager 2 approached the Saturn system.

the probe is carrying different detectors such as magnetometers, plasma detectors, low energy charged particle detectors, cosmic ray detectors, and radio wave receivers.


recordings were made.


Interactions of the solar winds with the planets magnetosphere, the magnetosphere itself and the electromagnetic fields, along with charged particle emissions, and including charged particle interactions of the planet, its moon and the solar winds.

all this electromagnetic phenomenon can be transformed into electrical signals which can, in turn be amplified and used to excite the membrane of a loudspeaker, thus making audible to the human ear the rustling or sound of the cosmos.

All these sounds were recorded when voyager 2 was passing near Saturn and assembled without manipulation'

Uranus.

Uranus.

I love the sound of the planet Uranus. Its so unlike the other planets. With its whooshing sound it reminds me of the winds in the desert, the chattering of birds and maybe even some sort of alien Spacecraft descending to earth.

With its ghostly swirls and loud acoustics it definitely is one of my favorites.

If you listen closely it sounds rather like an airplane taking off!

Uranus is the seventh planet from the sun and was the first planet to be discovered by using a telescope as its not visible to the naked eye.

Uranus is tipped over to one side, and has a strange way of 'rolling around the sun' with its tilt of 98 degrees.

Rings Of Uranus.

The Singing Rings.

The Rings of Uranus was one that I added purely because of the beautiful variation in the sounds emanating from the narrow rings circling the Planet.

When these were first discovered, scientists were amazed that Uranus had rings as they didn't believe it was possible. They named them, Alpha, Beta, Gamma, Delta and Epsilon. Since then they have discovered that actually they have thirteen rings in all.

The wonderful thing about the music of Uranus is how it changes from one second to the next. There are so many different notes being produced by these amazing singing rings.


Neptune.

Neptune.

Neptune is surprising in its vivacious and loud music. It brings to mind a huge airplane flying low in the sky, then fading off into the distance and disappearing into the wind. Along with the sound of the sea, it encompasses every sound that we hear in our day to day life.

At one stage I can hear a chorus of voices singing in the background, as though humming to the tune of flight.

Suddenly the winds of the desert blow up and push towards the sea where the waves crash onto the beach, leaving you running for shelter.

Neptune is known as the water planet, which is very appropriate. It is in fact made up of an icy atmosphere with hydrogen and helium.

It's a gas giant, and has no definite surface layer, but the gas transforms into a slushy ice and water layer. The water and ammonia ocean which is the planets mantle has more than ten times the mass of Earth!

I Love Science!

I called this Gods musical chorus, as a play on words because the sounds of Earth that we hear on this article was the result of the Radiation Belt Storm Probes sent out by NASA to record the Chorus of Earth as they liked to call it.

The sounds emanate from the charged particles of the sun as it hits the earths magnetic field.

Then again, I think God has a great taste in music! What do you think?

© 2014 Nell Rose

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billybuc 2 years ago from Olympia, WA

What a great article, Nell. Nice job on the research, and thanks for writing an article that had nothing to do with recipes. LOL Really a very interesting article.


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Faith Reaper 2 years ago from southern USA

Fascinating hub, Nell! Yes, God has great taste in music no doubt! It is beyond our comprehension all of God wonders. I love listening to the ocean with my eyes closed as you can hear so many amazing sounds of the Earth.

Really wonderful hub.

Up and more and away


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Jackie Lynnley 2 years ago from The Beautiful South

A really fascinating article Nell; to think of all the sounds we don't hear that are out there all around us! You come up with such original and great fun stuff! ^+


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btrbell 2 years ago from Mesa, AZ

Very interesting, Nell! Who knew?! Thank you so much for sharing this amazing information.


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AliciaC 2 years ago from British Columbia, Canada

This is a wonderful idea for a hub, Nell! The sounds in the videos are fascinating. Space is truly amazing! I'll share this hub.


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CMHypno 2 years ago from Other Side of the Sun

The music of the spheres! We are so lucky to live in such a complex, beautiful universe. There is so much for us still to discover and these recordings are amazing. Thanks for such a fascinating hub Nell.


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Hackslap 2 years ago from Sydney, Australia

Beautiful and stunning!..Absolutely stunning!! ..As someone fascinated by space and spirituality I just had to read this hub ... Our universe is truly an amazing place and I wish more people on our own planet had the perspective to understand it ..


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Vellur 2 years ago from Dubai

Very interesting and a fascinating read. The music produced is amazing! Enjoyed reading about celestial music. Great hub, voted up.


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daborn7 2 years ago from California

Well done! Well thought out/planned. Very interesting. Thanks for taking your time to share such awesome information! I love it!


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DDE 2 years ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

Extraordinary! An interesting and most fascinating of most of your hubs.


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FlourishAnyway 2 years ago from USA

How fascinating! I've never even considered the question of what the universe sounds like. A great topic, and the videos really add to your message. Some of those sounds are quite eerie. Voted up and more, plus pinning.


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rebeccamealey 2 years ago from Northeastern Georgia, USA

Fascinating! I listened to a few of the planet's sounds. Cosmic music for sure. Great job putting this together!.


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Nell Rose 2 years ago from England Author

Hi Billy, lol! what's a recipe?! seriously though I thought I would never finish this because the research was so darn interesting! lol! thanks as always, nell


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Nell Rose 2 years ago from England Author

Hi Faith, thanks so much for reading, yes the Planets make such a wonderful natural music don't they?


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Nell Rose 2 years ago from England Author

Hi Jackie, glad you liked it, yes isn't it amazing? who knew? I think Venus was the most fascinating because of the sound, thanks as always, nell


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Nell Rose 2 years ago from England Author

HI btrbell, thanks so much for reading, glad you liked it, nell


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Nell Rose 2 years ago from England Author

Thanks Alicia, yes they say reality is stranger than fiction! lol! thanks so much for reading, and the share, nell


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Nell Rose 2 years ago from England Author

HI Cynthia, thanks so much for reading, yes aren't they fascinating? I love Mercury, sounds like its haunted! lol!


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Nell Rose 2 years ago from England Author

Hi Hackslap, thanks so much! yes its amazing isn't it? we just don't take enough notice of what's around us, its so darn sad. we spend years fighting wars, arguing over this and that and can't see what's in front of our noses, how amazing the universe is, thanks, nell


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Nell Rose 2 years ago from England Author

Thanks Vellur, glad you liked it, and have a wonderful day, nell


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Nell Rose 2 years ago from England Author

Thanks so much daborn, this did take a while to write, I got so involved I nearly forgot to press publish! LOL!


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Nell Rose 2 years ago from England Author

Thanks DDE I am so glad you liked it, nell


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Nell Rose 2 years ago from England Author

Hi Flourish, they sound amazing don't they? thanks so much for reading, nell


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Nell Rose 2 years ago from England Author

Thanks rebecca, I spent so much time listening to them I nearly forgot to publish! LOL!


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MsDora 2 years ago from The Caribbean

Really Awesome--God's taste in music! I especially love the sound on Earth's sun, but all that I have listened to are amazing. This article is exceptional and I will visit it again. Thanks, Nell. Vote up and across.


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PegCole17 2 years ago from Dallas, Texas

This was really fascinating. That first video is amazing and reminded me instantly of whale song and the Star Trek Movie. What an interesting topic, Nell. Great idea for a hub. Voting this way up.


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Nell Rose 2 years ago from England Author

Hi MsDora, yes its amazing isn't it? it just goes to show that even the Planets make their own music, I can see why we like music! lol! thanks for reading, nell


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Nell Rose 2 years ago from England Author

Hi Peg, yes Whale song! How amazing was that? they all have their own music don't they, Mercury to me was the most spooky! thanks so much for reading, nell


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suzettenaples 2 years ago from Taos, NM

This is an amazing hub, Nell. Each planet has it's own music and its own personality. I had no idea and I have never heard of this phenomenon before. Earth sounds so peaceful to me. What a unique and interesting article, Nell.


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MizBejabbers 2 years ago

Absolutely awesome, Nell! What painstaking research you have done. Yes the sounds of the universe are beautiful. Some people can naturally hear the music of the earth, and they think it is tinnitus. After listening to the sounds of all the planet, I realize that I am one of them. Voted up+++ and shared.


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Nell Rose 2 years ago from England Author

Hi suzette, its fascinating isn't it? glad you liked it, and thanks, nell


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always exploring 2 years ago from Southern Illinois

The videos are amazing especially the sound of OM. When i meditate i use it after seeing Tina Turners movie, ' What's love got to do with it. ' Space has always fascinated me. There must be so much more out there, the possibility of another species much more advanced than we, or not. Who knows? You have put together a marvelous hub, very detailed. Loved it....


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Nell Rose 2 years ago from England Author

Hi Ruby, thanks so much, yes that Om sound and Venus are very close don't you think? how strange is that? I am glad you liked it, and yes I agree with you, there is more out there than any of us know, even the scientists, thanks Ruby, nell


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IntimatEvolution 2 years ago from Columbia, MO USA

I thought space was silent, dead space.


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Lady Guinevere 2 years ago from West Virginia

This is so fascinating. I love this hub. Voted up and across the board.


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Nell Rose 2 years ago from England Author

Hi IntimatEvolution, yes as it says in the first video, Space is completely silent, but each Planet sent out a vibration or radio wave, that Voyager picked up and converted to its natural sound. Bit like when we turn on a radio, the radio wave gets converted back into the sound that the radio station is sending out, okay? hope that helps, thanks for reading, nell


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Nell Rose 2 years ago from England Author

Hi Lady G, thanks so much for reading, glad you liked it, and thanks for the share! nell


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Michael-Milec 2 years ago

Hi nell-rose.

Sensational article, amazingly gathered proof of cosmic music. My soul will rest joyously - finally getting confirmation that the Scriptures " the morning stars sang together…" testifies of the material creations singing and speaking their own language thus glorifying the Creator. What a marvel of experience hoped for, after the saints moving out of the body, joining all the heavenly hosts we will be listening to all that fantastic music simultaneously…

Voted awesome and interesting.


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Nell Rose 2 years ago from England Author

Hi Michael, Wow I never knew that it said those words in the Scriptures! Amazing! Yes isn't it wonderful? the music is amazing! I love the rings, they really are the singing rings! Thanks so much for your awesome comment, nell


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travmaj 2 years ago from australia

Truly awesome hub, I'm listening to the amazing musical planet sounds and find them amazingly soothing. This is all completely new to me and totally fascinating, space is fascinating, so much we (or I) don't know or understand. Truly appreciate this well documented piece. excuse me now I have planets to play. Thanks Nell.


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Nell Rose 2 years ago from England Author

Hi travmaj, lol! I know what you mean! I can't stop playing the videos! the music of the planets is awesome isn't it? I love the rings of Uranus, that's lovely, but the om sound from Venus fascinates me! Glad you liked it, and enjoy! thanks, nell


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ChitrangadaSharan 2 years ago from New Delhi, India

This is a great article and I am sure God has a great taste in music. I feel music brings us close to God without doubt.

A very well presented and well researched hub.

Voted up and shared on HP!


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Nell Rose 2 years ago from England Author

Hi Chitrangada, thanks so much, yes the Planets have their own orchestra! lol! have a great day, nell


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MG Singh 2 years ago from Singapore

Most interesting post. was not aware of it


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bravewarrior 2 years ago from Central Florida

This is fascinating, Nell. I was under the impression that space was completely silent. I wonder if the astronauts here these sounds when they're in space? In the sounds of the Earth video, I heard wind and water. Amazing! Some of the other planets sound downright eerie.

Awesome article, Nell. This is all news to me!


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Nell Rose 2 years ago from England Author

Hi MG, thanks so much for reading, nell

Hi bravewarrior, space is silent, but its a bit like turning on the radio, when Voyager picked up the radio waves from the planets and used a transmitter to turn it into their sounds this is what they found, amazing isn't it? thanks so much for reading, nell


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Genna East 2 years ago from Massachusetts, USA

“Gods musical chorus.” What a wonderful title, Nell, about the symphony of planets. Om sounds very familiar…I love the mantra and its meaning. I also believe that I can hear the sounds of the sea as well. I loved this amazing hub, Nell! It’s one of my favorites. :-)


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Nell Rose 2 years ago from England Author

Hi Genna, thanks so much, yes its amazing isn't it? how the planets make music like that! of course its the sound of the particles hitting the planets, and the winds etc, but still I love it! and the Om sound from Venus, how did the Hindu's know? glad you liked it, and thanks so much for reading, nell


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kittythedreamer 2 years ago from the Ether

YAY! I'm so happy someone wrote about the universal music...and I'm glad it was you, Nell. I've known about this for awhile. I have an app. on my phone that I bet you'd love...it's called Sky Guide...it puts music to each star and planet...though it's not the actual stars/planets music it is very soothing. Loved this!


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Nell Rose 2 years ago from England Author

Hi kitty, love the 'from Arcturus' LOL! I thought you might like it, I love them, my brother has been going on about it for ages, so I just had to get writing, I will look out for that app! Thanks for reading, nell


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heidithorne 2 years ago from Chicago Area

You know what's the most interesting thing about this is? Don't all these sounds sound like the sound effects in old sci-fi flicks? These recordings were probably not even possible then.

Wow! Just a beautiful hub on astronomy, one of my favorite subjects in the universe (pun intended). Voted up, beautiful and sharing!


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Nell Rose 2 years ago from England Author

Thanks heidi, yes one of my favorite subjects too, my brother had a telescope when we were really small and I got hooked then, now its Astronomy and Physics for me. I agree with you about the sound effects, seems that we weren't that far wrong were we? thanks so much for reading, nell


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WiccanSage 2 years ago

Wow, Nell Rose, this is spectacular... I am always humbled by and in awe of the universe. The planets sound as amazing as they look. Uranus' singing rings reminds me of a chorus of singing bowls and it's absolutely beautiful. I can't wait to share this with my kids tomorrow, we love watching science shows and documentaries together and are always showing each other websites we found. Totally voting, sharing, FBing and more... amazing hub here. This should be hub of the day.


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Patrick Sendagala 2 years ago from Uganda

Sure? Amazing!


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Writer Fox 2 years ago from the wadi near the little river

What a fascinating subject! You really did your homework on this article. The wonders of the universe are a continual source of inspiration and I thoroughly enjoyed the information you presented here. Voted up.


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tobusiness 2 years ago from Bedfordshire, U.K

Nell, Wow...simply amazing!! I love articles like this, anything to do with the universe excites me, Jupiter's relationship with the earth has always fascinated me, but the sound in the video was pretty eerie.

Excellent hub.


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cecileportilla 2 years ago from West Orange, New Jersey

Very beautiful bub. I really enjoyed the videos with those amazing those sounds. Thank you for sharing Nell Rose!


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Nell Rose 2 years ago from England Author

Hi Wiccan, yes I agree with you about Uranus and singing bowls, its lovely isn't it? Oh thanks so much, I hope your children like it too, I love Science and its great that your kids love it as well, nell


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Nell Rose 2 years ago from England Author

lol! Yep Patrick! great eh? thanks for reading, nell


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Nell Rose 2 years ago from England Author

Hi Writer, thanks so much! I am glad you liked it, nell


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Nell Rose 2 years ago from England Author

Thanks Jo, glad you liked it, yes some of the Planets music is really eerie isn't it? I love Venus, bong bong! lol! just like Om, amazing! thanks for reading, nell


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Nell Rose 2 years ago from England Author

Thanks for reading cecile, I am so glad you liked it, nell


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Gordon Hamilton 2 years ago from Wishaw, Lanarkshire, United Kingdom

Wow, Nell, you some have done some sterling prep work on this Hub - amazing!!! I love anything to do with space in this way and indeed, Spock from Star Trek was one of my three main childhood heroes - along with Elvis Presley and Alf Garnett...

Loved it! :)


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Nell Rose 2 years ago from England Author

Hi Gordon, LOL! did Elvis sing don't step on my blue suede Uranus? haha! and yes Spock was my favourite too, I am a total trekkie! so the music of the Planets is totally what I love, anything to do with Astronomy, great to see you, nell


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Shyron E Shenko 2 years ago

Amazing Nell, I was so amazed that I did not know all of this. You research is amazing, and the videos.

Voted up, ABI, and shared.


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Nell Rose 2 years ago from England Author

Hi Shyron, its fascinating isn't it? planets that have music, I loved it when I first found them, thanks so much for reading, nell


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grand old lady 2 years ago from Philippines

This is a beautiful and amazing hub. It's nice to know that sounds can be made from the waves of the planets, creating the most amazing music. I'm surprised that the sounds in the universe resemble sounds on earth. We really are one in so many ways.


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Nell Rose 2 years ago from England Author

Thanks so much for reading Grand Old Lady, yes its amazing isn't it? Who would have guessed that Planets make music?


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aviannovice 2 years ago from Stillwater, OK

This goes back to the age old question, that if a tree falls in the forest and nobody is there to hear it, is it a sound? Of course it is. Who is it to say that absolutely nothing heard it? Same thing. What is sound on earth? Simple vibration. Therefore sound is vibration everywhere, so what does air have to do with it? Absolutely nothing. Great work, Nell, as you have proven what sound is through the recordings of movement.


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Nell Rose 2 years ago from England Author

Thanks so much Deb, yes vibration turns into sound, we hear it when we turn on the radio, or tv, this is exactly the same thing, isn't it amazing how Planets can make such amazing music? thanks so much for reading, nell


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Sunshine625 2 years ago from Orlando, FL

Happy Birthday to you!! :))


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Nell Rose 2 years ago from England Author

Hiya Linda, aw thanks so much!


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vocalcoach 2 years ago from Nashville Tn.

A very Happy Birthday Nell! This is the most fascinating hub. It held me spellbound throughout. I'm not surprised that planets make music but I didn't know it was possible until now. Our universe is so amazing. And the title "God's Musical Chorus" is spot on. Voted up and across and sharing everywhere! Enjoy your special day, special lady. - Audrey


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Nell Rose 2 years ago from England Author

Hi Audrey, thanks so much! yes its been a good day today! isn't it lovely how the Planets have there own music? and its natural? I love Venus that sounds like Om! how amazing is that? funny how the Buddhists got that one right! lol! thanks so much for reading, nell


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LeslieAdrienne 2 years ago from Georgia

Amazing... another article on evidence of the existence of God and His wonderful creation... I always ponder this... If creation after the fall of mankind shows us such beauty and awesomeness, what must it have been like before the fall of mankind? I can only imagine! Well, truthfully, I don't think my imagination would do it any justice at all.


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Nell Rose 2 years ago from England Author

Hi Leslie, thanks so much for reading, and your thoughts. yes its amazing isn't it? have a wonderful weekend, nell


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Anita Saran 2 years ago from Bangalore, India

Thanks for enlightening me. Voted up.


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Nell Rose 2 years ago from England Author

Thanks Anita, glad you liked it, nell


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mckbirdbks 2 years ago from Emerald Wells, Just off the crossroads,Texas

Just sent this over to Facebook and Tweeter. What a great article. This proves, you can, 'Teach an Old Dog new tricks' this sure taught me something different.


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Nell Rose 2 years ago from England Author

Thanks mck, I am so glad you liked it, it fascinates me! I love astronomy and to think they make music like this totally surprised me! especially Venus with its Om sound! thanks so much for the share, nell


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Buildreps 19 months ago from Europe

Very interesting read, Nell. I liked the sound Jupiter very much. I'll check in later to listen to all your vid's. Thanks for this amazing composition!


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Nell Rose 19 months ago from England Author

Thanks Buildreps, they are amazing aren't they? I have to change the title though, not sure why I called it that! lol!

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