NASA's Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO) has used the data provided by the European Space Agency and has transformed the sun's vibrations into sound
"The sun is shaken by the waves, but our eyes can not see it," says Alex Young, Associate Director of Science at the Heliophysics Science Division at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center. This movement has been transformed into sound.
Vibrations are the result of complex movements that generate magnetic fields inside the sun that then come to the surface and cause small solar explosions.
Turning these vibrations into sounds is not easy and Alexander Kosovichev used SOHO MDI to process data and generate sounds that human ear can perceive.
In 2013, composer Andrew Williams, at the University of Leicester, unveiled the mellow sound of the Sun, and he found that the sounds had "a specific animal" . He also discovered that the electrons that reach the upper layers of the Earth's atmosphere emit a sound that resembles a bird song.
"The sound has a heat. When I hear I feel the heat of the sun on my skin and my clothes. I imagine that the sabers are moving alongside me, "Young says.