In the event that individuals follow social media records of NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope, they should know about the brilliant and staggering pictures and videos of the space they share. These photos and clips assist people with understanding the world past out Blue Planet somewhat better and frequently leave them in supreme amazement. Not simply pictures, at times, they likewise share how the universe ‘sounds’ and to say those videos are mind-boggling in a modest representation of the truth.

What they really share is an interpretation of information from space into sound using a process called sonification. On the special event of Halloween, which was praised on October 31, they shared such a video which captures the “sound” made by “interacting galaxies.” And, it’s such which may “send shivers down your spine.”

“Happy Halloween from Hubble! These interacting galaxies create a creepy “face” in space. There’s no sound in space, but this scary sonification of Hubble’s image will send shivers down your spine… Volume relates to brightness, while pitch represents vertical position,” they wrote and shared the video.

Since being shared, the video has assembled over 3.6 lakh views and huge loads of likes. It has additionally gotten a wide range of comments from individuals.

“That whine just before passing Central cluster was cool,” wrote an Instagram user. “Love these sonifications,” said another. “That is so cool but so creepy,” commented a third. “It sounds like a scary movie,” expressed a fourth.

Many were helped to remember the character C-3PO from the Star Wars film series.

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