Hear The Roaring Sounds of Jupiter's Magnetic Field
NASA’s Juno spacecraft has officially broken the barrier of Jupiter’s magnetic field and is expected to enter the planet’s orbit on July 4th. The spacecraft, equipped with audio recording devices, was able to capture the roaring sounds of its initial entry into the magnetic field.
With information provided by NASA, the magnetic field of Jupiter is the largest anatomy in our solar system. William Kurth, lead co-investigator of this phenomena, explains:
“If Jupiter’s magnetosphere glowed in visible light, it would be twice the size of the full moon as seen from Earth…”
Watch a visual representation.