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Presenting real NASA space sounds from the planets, moons and interstellar space including the eerie sounds of Saturn recorded by Voyager 1, the strange sounds of interstellar space, recordings of Jupiter and its massive lightning storms, the singing comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko recorded by the Rosetta spacecraft, and the sound of a black hole consuming a nearby star.
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