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    Ishman is offline Senior Member Always Around
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    Default Music from the sun [No, really.]

    The giant strings of coronoal[sp] ejecta have been shown to vibrate, carrying 'sound' waves.

    These are some recordings for your enjoyment.

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    That was... ... ... interesting ... ...
    Please Google it! before asking!

    This site had been cheesed by Mozzy!

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    Sounds extremly wierd. Imho the videos on the folder there are much nicer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KyubiNoKitsune View Post
    Sounds extremly wierd. Imho the videos on the folder there are much nicer.
    I agree, the videos are nicer.

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    Heard about this, Though they say that we can't really hear it.
    as the frequency of the sound waves is below the human hearing threshold. While humans can make out sounds between 20 and 20,000 hertz, the solar sound waves are on the order of milli-hertz--a thousandth of a hertz.
    Heres an article about it if anyone wants to read about it:
    http://news.yahoo.com/s/space/200704...tmospheresings

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    I saw that article the other day, its pretty interesting.

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    Ooooh, goody. Now we know the sun can fart(metaphorically speaking, of course).

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    farting at a thousandth of a hertz
    verry in-teh-les-ting

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    Well, dur.

    But that's not the point, as in what was done with those 'sounds', you can just accelerate it a... bit, and get it up into the human hearing range.

    And yeah, I forgot to include the accompanying article >_>

 

 

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