NASA has picked up frightening sounds coming from Venus’ upper atmosphere during a flyby close to the Parker Solar probe that was launched to study the sun, and the natural radio signal helps scientists study the atmosphere of the Earth’s very hot twin, as the space agency collected the sounds while the Parker probe was traveling on Only 517 miles high above the roof.
According to the British newspaper “Daily Mail”, NASA’s Goddard Space Center runs the solar probe, which made its third flight from Venus on July 11, 2020, and discovered the radio signal and frightening music..
The radio signal was also detected during the flyby of Venus while the probe was on its way back to study the sun, as it got closer to the planet than any previous flight..
NASA launched the Parker Solar Probe in 2018 to study the Sun, approaching 4.3 million miles from the center of the Sun by 2025..
The probe detected a natural radio signal that revealed that the spacecraft had flown through the planet’s upper atmosphere, only 517 miles from the surface..
It was the first direct measurement of Venus’s atmosphere in nearly 30 years, and it looks very different from the past of Venus, according to a new data study..
The new study finds that Venus’ upper atmosphere undergoes baffling changes over the course of the solar cycle, the Sun’s 11-year cycle of activity..
It is worth noting that Earth and Venus are twin worlds, both of which are rocky, and have the same size and structure, according to NASA, but their paths diverged from the start..
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