Space weather sound receiver

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Space weather sound receiver

Vlf Whistler
Vlf-3 Kit

This very low frequency radio reciever kit is sold by Nasa’s Inspire project – a group based around the study radio atmospheric phenomena, aka whistlers. These pulses occur in a frequency range audible to us humans (1 to 30 kHz) – and they sound quite mysterious an interesting. Listen to some samples – Spaceweathersounds.com

VLF-3 kit on Flickr

8 thoughts on “Space weather sound receiver

  1. bbot says:

    Presumably you’re talking about the radio frequency when you say “frequency range audible to us humans”, not the audio frequency.

  2. ryan says:

    Wow.. that is just begging to be bent.

  3. Collin Cunningham says:

    yup!

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