Matching the Molecular Magnetic Field on Surface of Saturn's Moon Titan as Audio

      Titan photograph ESA/NASA/JPL

Here is the molecular magnetic field approximation for the surface of Saturn's moon Titan taken by the Huygens space probe shortly after landing on January 14, 2005 as audio using Audio Paint program. An alternative program is Google Pixelsynth. This is what it would feel like if you were standing the surface of Titan in the photograph. Read more about matching molecular magnetic fields here.

Listen to Molecular Magnetic Field on surface of Titan as audio here.


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