The Earth’s magnetic field may be heard in an eerie, crackling audio clip that the European Space Agency (ESA) has released. We cannot really see the magnetic field, but it is a dynamic and intricate bubble that protects us from cosmic radiation and charged particles carried by strong winds (known as solar flares) emanating from the Sun. an agency in space.
According to ESA, scientists from the Technical University of Denmark transformed magnetic signals—measured by the space agency’s Swarm satellite mission, which is tasked with studying the magnetic field—to sound. They claim that the outcomes are somewhat alarming.