1. First things first: Let's blast off with the oddly relaxing noise of an Atlas V rocket launching.
2. Now that we are in space, here's what a comet's magnetic field sorta sounds like:
3. And here is the satisfying thump the Philae lander made when it actually LANDED ON THAT SAME COMET:
4. Here's some freaky alien-sounding radio transmissions from Saturn:
5. These are the robot-ish sounds caused by the atmosphere of Saturn's moon Enceladus:
6. These are the noise-ified radar blips made as the Huygens spacecraft landed on Saturn's moon Titan:
7. Good news! Titan has an atmosphere and the Huygen's lander had some microphones. Here's what it would have sounded like if you were making the landing yourself:
8. Here are the sounds of interstellar "tsunami waves" captured by the Voyager 1 spacecraft after it left our solar system:
9. That was quite a trip. Might as well end with the pleasant suction sound of going to the bathroom on the International Space Station:
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