NASA released a sound from black hole, and it's super haunting.

Written By

Mohit Sinha

A supermassive black hole 250 million light-years away has been captured by NASA as it emits haunting sound waves.

In the Perseus galaxy cluster, the acoustic waves coming from the black hole have been transposed up 57 and 58 octaves, which makes them audible to humans.

The result (Swipe up), released by NASA in May, is a sort of howling noise that, if we're honest, sounds not only spooky, but it seems a little bit angry. 

It's the first time in history that these sound waves have been extracted and made audible. which makes people all around the world more excited.

In 2003, Astronomers identified the lowest note as a B-flat, 57 octaves below middle C; at that pitch, it is 10 million years old.

From the supermassive black hole, sounds travel at pitches 144 quadrillion and 288 quadrillion times higher than their original frequency.

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