James Webb images turned into music

James Webb Space Telescope's breath-taking photos of far-off nebulas

Through a process known as data sonification, the songs that entranced the world in July have been made into music.

The public can now access three sonifications of pictures from the initial data release from the James Webb Space Telescope.

The renowned "Cosmic Cliffs in the Carina Nebula" photograph and the image of the Southern Ring Nebula served as the inspiration for the sonifications.

both of which were included in the July 13 release of the first Webb data. Based on Webb's initial exoplanet atmosphere spectrum, a third sonification

The final example is that of the WASP-96 b, a hot gas giant planet.

Listening to Southern Ring Nebula is more akin to seeing a horror film.

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