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The Sound of a Dying Star

The electromagnetic frequencies of a dying Sun-sized star were analyzed and converted to audible tones using advanced software tools. This is what it sounds like for a celestial body to be torn apart by a black hole. Kind of. You know … converted, since sound waves don’t travel in space.

A nice feature, and fantastic explanation, from CNN Radio.

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