Earth and Planets Make Strange, Exquisite Noises | Video Compilation

Created by lightning, ‘whistlers’ travel along Earth's magnetic field lines from hemisphere to hemisphere. Jupiter’s  charged particles ‘sing’ across its magnetosphere (recorded by Voyager). And the University of Iowa’ Injun 3 (NASA Explorer program) recorded chorus waves from electrons spiraling down from Earth’s Van Allen radiation belts.

'Whistling' Volcanic Lightning Heard Halfway Around the World

credit : / University of Iowa / AGU / NASA / JPL