NASA's spooky Halloween playlist will give you the chills!

  • NASA's spooky Halloween playlist will give you the chills!

NASA's spooky Halloween playlist will give you the chills!

In space, it has been said, no one can hear you scream. We can't hear these sounds in their raw form, so NASA has converted them into an audible format suitable for our ears - and the results are unsettling. The whistling sound suddenly turns into a deeper boom as Juno passes from an environment dominated by solar wind into Jupiter's magnetosphere.

NASA image from 8 October 2014 show active regions on the Sun that give it a very jack-o'-lantern-like appearance.

Particularly haunting tracks include "Kepler: Star KIC7671081B Light Curves Waves to Sound", "Plasmaspheric Hiss", and "Jupiter Sounds 2001".

The compilation includes the "Roar" of Jupiter captured by NASA's Juno spacecraft that has crossed the boundary of Jupiter's vast magnetic field.

Chorus Radio Waves within Earth's Atmosphere is the sound of plasma waves rolling through space.

Saturn's Radio Emissions were recorded with the Cassini spacecraft, which recently plunged into the planet's atmosphere bringing its long mission to a close. The radio waves from Saturn are closely related to the auroras near the poles of the planet.

The eerie sound is similar to the emissions recorded on Earth during the aurora borealis in the northern hemisphere. More of Saturn's eerie-sounding radio emissions.

Special holiday playlist by the U.S. organisation compiles eerie sounds from planets and stars If anyone out there is still looking for a spooky soundtrack for their Halloween party on October 31, they may have to look no further. This approach is called "data sonification".

We recommend you use this playlist to marvel at the cosmic wonders of the universe, but it might also work as nice ambience to blast out the living room when trick-or-treaters arrive at your door.