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Jan 21, 2014

Transposition of “sounds of space” produces an unbelievable result. One feels as if he touched nature and was covered with something. It’s terrific!


Transposition of “sounds of space” produces an unbelievable result.  
One feels as if he touched nature and was covered with something. 
 It’s terrific!

This video gave me a big surprise, which made me suspect that celestial music coming down to the ground is what we call nature.

Masatoshi Takeshita
January 13, 2014


English translation of an excerpt from a Japanese article: DDN – January 13,, 2014 –

Transposition of “sounds of space” produces an unbelievable result. One feels as if he touched nature and was covered with something. It’s terrific!


Goose bumps!
When Andrew Williams with Leicester University Space Research Center transposed the data of electrons hitting on the Earth’s atmosphere into “sounds” audible to the human ear, an unbelievable result has produced as if “one awakens in nature one morning.”

It appears that the signals observed by “Cluster II,” which was launched by NASA and European Space Agency (ESA) to investigate the magnetosphere of the earth, are used. It sounds like birds singing, bubbling stream, frogs’ chorus or crows flying about.

At any rate, I wonder what it is like being covered with something. I recommend you to put headphones on.

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