May 062017
 

The universe seems to “speak” to us again. The US Space Agency has released new recordings of the space sound, captured in the proximity of planet Saturn.

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Saturn and its rings (pic: JPL-Caltech / Space Science Institute / NASA)

A space probe whizzing between Saturn and its rings has recorded a sinister noise resembling the “dolphin language” and NASA scientists are now trying to decipher the information from Cosmos.

The Cassini spacecraft which has been studying Saturn for 13 years, made a stunning pass through the gap between the celestial body and its innermost ring at speeds of over 120,000 kilometers per hour.

Worth more than three billion dollars, Cassini odyssee will come to an end on September 15 when the probe is set to crash into Saturn after completing its “Grand Finale” mission.

Spacecraft Cassini is running low on fuel after nearly 20 years in space. It will plunge between Saturn and its rings 22 times before it crashes itself into the planet.

Video-Audio: Sounds of Cassini: Grand Finale Mission