Ocean 'Whistle' Can Be 'Heard' In Space | Video

A large wave's interaction with the seafloor in the Carribean Sea is so loud that it can be "'heard' from space in the form of oscillations of the Earth's gravity field," according to the University of Liverpool. They describe the sound as "the actual note played by the ocean, sped up to the audible range, and repeated several times." Full Story On Livescience.com

credit : University of Liverpool