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The mysterious space sounds were picked up by an antenna which lies beneath the Earth's geomagnetic field lines. The scientific research team at the British Antarctic Survey (BAS) recorded their bizarre sound signals during an attempt to detect signals from lightning activity and space storms. Scientists at the Halley Research Station have sought to explain the mysterious sounds as geomagnetic storms.
These storms, produced by the Sun, take place when electrons enter the Earth’s magnetic field and generate so-called “chorus emissions”. The Earth's magnetosphere is the region of space surrounding the planet. Nigel Meredith, who has been at the remote base for nearly four years, said: “Our planet produces a wonderful variety of radio emissions. "As we know, we can't hear things in space. Since sound waves are vibrations, typically of air molecules.
Just be aware that we should shelter ourselves for part of the day from these frequencies so we can heal and repair right, constantly staying in an unnatural bubble is probably not good.
originally posted by: KansasGirl
originally posted by: Phage
a reply to: KansasGirl
I just want to say that this a a horribly written article.
Consider the source.
Does "The Earth's Magnetosphere Produces Radio Frequency Noise" sound like a good headline?
No, but I was hoping it was just a sh!tty title.