Who says there is no sound in space, listen to this sound coming from the black hole

Every time the activities happening in the universe give us a new information. Have you ever read about the sound emanating from a blackhole? Black holes, about which we have come to understand that light also disappears after passing through them, they can also generate sound. The US space agency NASA has recently released the sound clip emanating from a black hole in the center of the Perseus galaxy cluster. In this the sound emanating from the black hole can be heard.

According to reports, since 2003, this black hole is being seen in the center of the Perseus galaxy cluster. Astronomers have also guessed the reason for this. They say that the pressure waves that the black hole sends cause waves in the hot gases of this galaxy. It starts turning into sound. Although we cannot hear it directly with our ears. All this has come to us through technology.

All this has been made possible through sonification. It revisits the sound waves that have been detected in data from NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory. In such a situation, we can also err on the assumption that it is said that there is no sound in space. The reasoning behind this notion is that there is no medium available for propagating sound waves in space. But the sound coming from the black hole of the Perseus galaxy cluster refutes this.
Scientists say that there is a lot of gas in the galaxy cluster. This becomes a medium for the sound waves to guide their path. Something similar is also the case with the Perseus galaxy cluster. The sound waves emanating from it were filtered through technology and prepared in such a way that humans could hear it.

NASA says that these sound waves are being heard between 144 quadrillion and 288 quadrillion times their original frequency. In such a situation, we can say that there is no sound in space, but it is not completely true either.


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