NASA Video Reveals Black Hole 'Sound' Via Galaxy Cluster
NASA has released "sound" of a supermassive black hole, situated 250 million light-years away from Earth.
The 34-second clip has been viewed 12.8 million times on Twitter, receiving more than 334,000 likes.
It was posted by NASA Exoplanets, part of the space agency which specializes...
...in the hunt for "planets and life beyond our solar system.
The recording is of sound waves coming out of a black hole in the Perseus cluster of galaxies.
This collection of galaxies, 11 million light-years wide, is packed with gas.
The sound has been converted by NASA scientists so that it can be heard by Human ear.
Scientists first detected acoustic waves coming from gas surrounding...
...the Perseus galaxy cluster black hole in 2003.