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Dr. Jeffrey Thompson - NASA Voyager Space Sounds [12 CDs - 22 FLAC - 12 JPG - 1 PDF]

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Dr. Jeffrey Thompson - NASA Voyager Space Sounds [12 CDs - 22 FLAC - 12 JPG - 1 PDF]
Dr. Jeffrey Thompson - NASA Voyager Space Sounds [12 CDs - 22 FLAC - 12 JPG - 1 PDF]
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Dr. Thompson has been experimenting with sound scientifically since 1980. He first started in his Holistic Health Center in Virginia which grew to be the largest Center of its kind in Virginia at the time. His experiments were in using exact sound frequencies to make Chiropractic spinal and cranial adjustments, to stimulate and normalize organ function and to balance Acupuncture Meridians. He developed a very gentle and effective method of making adjustments and continues to use this approach today. His gentle and effective method is much appreciated by his patients.
In addition to his chiropractic expertise, Dr. Thompson is recognized as a worldwide expert in the field of acoustic pacing frequencies incorporated into musical sound tracks. A consummate musician and composer in his own rite, he has established a method for using modulated sound-pulses for changing states of consciousness for optimal "Mind-Body" healing.
Dr. Thompson's first recording, Isle of Skye, was carried by major music distributors in the US within its first month of release. Within the first six months, it was adopted by the American Hypnotherapy Association for its use in hypnosis. In the years since, Dr Thompson has generated more than ninety acoustic pacing compact disks and audiotapes sold globally and used by Holistic physicians, psychiatrists, psychologists, clinical social workers, chiropractors, massage therapists and other bodywork professionals as well as the general public
His CDs are carried nationally in major stores and catalogs: Barnes & Noble, Borders, Sam Goody's, Waldenbooks, Nightingale-Conant, Nautilus, and many others. His well-received and effective Delta Sleep System CD Set was carried through national TV ads by Time/Life for two years. His work with Brookstone, Inc. and other companies are carried in their respective stores and websites.
Dr. Thompson was a faculty member and continued his scientific clinical research at a graduate school and research center in Encinitas, California, for many years. He taught Behavioral Psycho-acoustics and Clinical Neuroacoustic Therapy courses, recognized by the State of California as part of the core curriculum for the Clinical Psychotherapy and Human Science Masters and PhD programs. He continues to teach at various institutions and through sponsored seminars, workshops, intensives, internships, and certification courses.
Dr. Thompson has worked with Deepak Chopra, has created many self-improvement tapes with Louise Hay, has created sound programs for conferences with Bernie Seigel, Barbara Marx Hubbard, Bru Joy, and Susan Jeffers. He has worked with NASA and JPL with plasma-wave audio recordings secured by the Voyager Space Craft and researched their effects on the subconscious mind for healing and emotional release. His work has been part of research projects at the NeuroPsychiatric Center at UCLA and has been researched at the Royal Ottawa Sleep Research Center in Canada. His work was chosen to be part of the nationally funded CSCAT (Center for the Study of Complementary and Alternative Therapies) Program at Duke University and the University of Virginia in the 1990s. His audio programs on CDs have been and are used with patients before and after surgery, and in various oncology departments and clinics. His patent-pending Vibro-Acoustic Sound Chair and Sound Table are used in medical and mental health clinics, wellness spas, professional and business offices, personal fitness clubs, and homes. He has played an active role in the Complementary-Alternative Medicine Research and Therapy Association at Scripps Hospital, San Diego, California.
Dr. Thompson has appeared on Fox Evening News Los Angeles, CNN Worldwide Reports, numerous cable access shows, San Diego Channel 10 Evening News, Good Morning America and other media shows, as many as twenty in 2005 alone. He and his work have been featured in many magazines, including the San Diego Magazine, ELLE Magazine, Psychology Today, Body and Soul, HOW, Pen (Japanese), Mein Olein (Finnish), Mind-Body (Korean), and Spa Business Magazine (England). Many newspapers across the country have featured his work, including the Wall Street Journal.
Editor's Note: The accomplishments and creativity of Dr. Thompson is nothing short of being "mind-boggling". He continues to be very prolific in his efforts and dedication to the healing of the Global Body of the Universe through the healing of individuals of which it is comprised.
His goal and the goal of the Center for Neuroacoustic Research state it well --
"Healing the Body * Heart * Mind and Spirit with Sound…"

In 1989, Dr. Jeffrey D. Thompson, D.C., B.F.A. was approached by representatives working with NASA and JPL to explore a series of powerful recordings which the Voyager I & II Spacecraft had sent back from Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. These recordings seemed to be having a profound effect on the scientists and researchers who were exposed to them. Dr. Thompson was approached as an expert in the field of sound and healing, and especially in his work with "Primordial Sounds." Primordial sounds are human body sounds and nature sounds formatted in special ways to cause a deep response in the subconscious mind. These are extremely useful in all levels of healing. Could the space sounds actually be Primordial Sounds, also - from outer space but strangely familiar to us?

Dr. Thompson was invited to research the possible meaning and applications of the use of these NASA Space Sound Recordings from the planets in healing and their possible beneficial effects on the subconscious mind.

These sounds are recordings of the interaction of the Solar wind and the Ionosphere of each of the outer planets. The resonance of these ions is exactly within the range of human hearing (20-20,000 Hz) - called by NASA "Ion Acoustic Waves". This means that nothing had to be done artificially to the sounds to hear them - They were the REAL "Music of the Spheres". Although there is no air in space, there is vibration. Space does not have the medium of air to carry the vibration to your ear, but the vibration is present. With the specialized recording equipment aboard Voyager, it became possible to record these amazing sounds for the first time and then hear them here on Earth.

These sounds were remarkably similar to explorations Dr. Thompson had been making into what he called "Primordial Sounds" - sounds recorded from the human body, breath, heart, blood, organs, etc., as well as nature sound recordings all speeded up, slowed down, formatted to impact the subconscious mind in a positive manner. Human voice speech patterns speeded up by three times sounds amazingly similar to birds chirping, speeded by 8 times, it sounds like crickets, speeded more it sounds like dolphin squeaks and slowed down, like the ocean. Recordings of Nature sounds speeded up and slowed down, in turn, showed similar "primordially" recognizable properties: Crickets slowed down sounded like birds chirping, birds slowed down sounded like dolphins and dolphins slowed down sounded like people singing…

Imagine his amazement and that of all of us when we heard these NASA Space Sound recordings that sounded like dolphins, whales, ocean, crickets, choirs, Tibetan bowls and monks chanting! Something in the core of the subconscious awakens and pays close attention to and in the presence of these sounds. These are some of the most powerful tools for healing, inner awakening and self change that Dr. Thompson has researched and produced. His Primordial Sounds™ are found on his Audio Programs, giving even more power to his musical sounds and other techniques used.

There is a set of 12 Voyager I & II recordings of the planets and Rings of Saturn and Uranus. Part of the "Primordial Sounds" Series, these recordings cause a deep response of relaxation and subconscious release. You may well have an "astounding" experience in listening to the "Real Music of The Spheres." It is like -- A Deep Call from Home. Many enjoy a "drug-free" trip to that place, wherever that place might be for the individual!

NASA Space Sounds Series
Set of 12CDs

The above NASA Space Sounds are the authentic Space Sounds from Voyager I and II. Dr. Thompson did a masterful job in removing the rocket sounds from the recordings and of 3-D'ing the sounds to offer you genuine sounds of the planets as explained above in each descriptive comment. What you are hearing, then, is truly the "Music of the Spheres" - the "Celestial Love Songs" themselves. They are hauntingly beautiful and yet strangely familiar to us. Dr. Thompson suggests they are "Sonic Archetypes."

CNR is pleased to offer these Space Sounds to all who are interested. They are the only unadulterated NASA Space Sounds available to the public. Because of their popularity, we have combined all twelve (12) into this set to be a cost-effective way for you to own, enjoy and profit from these Planet Soundscapes.

The Celestial Love Songs is a sampler of each planet. Dr. Thompson extrapolated a part, played by each planet and its environment in the cosmic symphony, as an introduction to this Space Sounds Series. It is included here in this set, however, because it too, offers a very beautiful and powerful audio program for your listening pleasure and enjoyment.

A word of caution -- Do not listen to these recordings when you are driving or occupied with equipment. Most benefit will come when used in a meditative or simple relaxation position. As you follow the sounds, we trust you will enjoy your "drug-free trip." You may even feel the icy cold of the stratosphere, the heat of the vibrations, or the breeze of the solar wind…

Again, we would like to thank our friends and contacts at various U.S. National Space Agencies and Universities. This Space Recording Series is dedicated to the memory of Fred Scarf, PhD, who developed the acoustic recording project for Voyager Space Program and is directly responsible for the sounds you hear on these recordings.

Celestial Love Songs
Prepare yourself to experience the real "Music of the Spheres" when you listen to the sampling of the eleven different CDs in this series. These beautiful and mysterious recordings will touch primordial and mystical chords in the heart of your subconscious and intone the connection of your body*heart*mind*spirit with the larger body*heart*mind*spirit of the Universe.

Interactions between the Solar Wind and the planets, moons and rings of our Solar System create "Soundscapes" of frequencies in the plasma energy "Ocean" that fills the void of space. Each planet, moon and ring system has a distinctive "musical" pattern. In putting samplings of each on this CD, Dr. Jeffrey Thompson, DC, B.F.A enables us to hear what can rightly be called "Celestial Love Songs." It is beautiful and powerful!

Selections from the "NASA Space Sounds" series include the following:

1) Voice of Earth

2) Rings of Uranus

3) Saturn's Rings

4) Saturn

5) Neptune

6) Uranus

7) Jupiter

8) Miranda

9) Sphere of IO

10) Space Sounds Music

11) Song of Earth

Each of the above selections are available as full length individual recordings on CDs in this series. "Float" to the heavens with the NASA Space Sounds and return with your gift within!

Jupiter
The sounds from Jupiter are extra-ordinarily beautiful. At times the recording sounds like a giant meditation gong, at other times like the sound of a beacon at the edge of the universe. Let the sounds from the largest planet of the solar system be a wake-up call to your unconscious mind.

Jupiter, the fifth planet from the sun, is the largest and most massive planet in the solar system. In mass alone, it is three hundred times the mass of the Earth. Jupiter is mostly composed of hydrogen and helium. The entire planet is made of gas, with no solid surface under the atmosphere. The pressures and temperatures deep in Jupiter are so high, that gases form a gradual transition into liquids which are gradually compressed into a metallic "plasma" in which the molecules have been stripped of their outer electrons. The winds of Jupiter are a thousand meters per second relative to the rotating interior. Jupiter's magnetic field is four thousand times stronger than Earth's and is tipped 11° of axis spin. This causes the magnetic field to wobble, which has a profound effect on trapped electronically charged particles. The plasma of charged particles is accelerated beyond the magnetosphere of Jupiter to speeds of tens of thousands of kilometers per second. It is these magnetic particle vibrations that generate some of the sounds you hear on this recording.

Data from the Pioneer 10 and 11 spacecraft suggested that a ring system around the giant planet Jupiter existed; this was confirmed by the Voyager flybys. This image you see here was taken by Voyager 2. Jupiter's rings are very bright because they are composed of fine dust, which scatters light efficiently. The main ring is 700 km (4350 mi) wide, with a broad, thick "halo" inside it.

For more information about plasma and magnetic fields and their relationship to our sound recordings from space, consult the April 1991 issue of Scientific American Magazine - article entitled "Collisionless Shock Waves".

Special thanks to our friends and contacts at various U.S National Space Agencies and Universities. This Space Recording Series is dedicated to the memory of Fred Scarf, PhD, who developed the acoustic recording project for Voyager and is directly responsible for the sounds you hear on these recordings from space.

Authentic photos made available courtesy of JPL and NASA.

Planet Profile:

Mass (kg)............................................1.90 x 10^27

Diameter (km)........................................142,800

Mean density (kg/m^3) ...............................1314

Escape velocity (m/sec)..............................59500

Average distance from Sun (AU).......................5.203

Rotation period (length of day in Earth hours).........9.8

Revolution period (length of year) (in Earth years)..11.86

Obliquity (tilt of axis) (degrees)...................3.08

Orbit inclination (degrees)..........................1.3

Orbit eccentricity...................................0.048

Mean surface temperature (K).........................120 (cloud tops)

Visual geometric albedo..............................0.44

Atmospheric components...............................90% hydrogen, 10% helium, 7% methane

Rings..............Faint ring. Infrared spectra imply dark rock fragments

Sphere of IO
Besides Earth, IO is the only other place in our Solar System that we know has volcanic activity. With this in mind experience these amazing "soundscapes" of IO. Listen carefully as what seems to be bells, chimes and "instruments" herald a prelude to more strange and amazing sounds that swirl all around in 3-D space. Listen to what resembles dolphins, whales, wind and choirs.

For more information about plasma and magnetic fields and their relationship to our sound recordings from space, consult the April 1991 issue of Scientific American Magazine - article entitled "Collisionless Shock Waves".

Special thanks to our friends and contacts at various U.S National Space Agencies and Universities. This Space Recording Series is dedicated to the memory of Fred Scarf, PhD, who developed the acoustic recording project for Voyager and is directly responsible for the sounds you hear on these recordings from space.

Authentic photos made available courtesy of JPL and NASA.

Saturn
Saturn is a giant gas planet. Its volume could enclose about 769 earth-sized planets. Evidence so far indicates that Saturn is "inside-out," the solid material of the planet is in the rings, with the gaseous atmosphere inside of the rings. Saturn's magnetic field traps charged particles come from the solar wind. As these particles interact with the ionosphere of Saturn and its rings and moons, they create "airglow emissions."

Voyager I & II's 1980 encounter with Saturn revealed many dynamic details of this giant gas planet. Vast weather patterns across the face of Saturn in orange tang and white are the results of equatorial wind velocities of 1800 kilometers per hour.

Saturn is second in size only to Jupiter. Saturn's magnetopause (its electromagnetic envelope) has a magnetic tail which extends away from the sun. Saturn's magnetic field traps charged particles coming from the solar wind. Some of these interactions were recorded within the 20-20,000 hertz range, the range of human hearing, and are the ones you hear on this recording.

Enhanced images revealed a subtle bright spot in Saturn's north tropical zone. There was also a large oval feature in the southern hemisphere with certain similarities to the great red spot on Jupiter. The awesome magnetic and charged particle environment of Saturn plus its ionic interactions with it rings as well as free radio wave emissions from its ionosphere, contributed to the astounding variety of sounds on this recording.

For more information about plasma and magnetic fields and their relationship to our sound recordings from space, consult the April 1991 issue of Scientific American Magazine, an article entitled "Collisionless Shock Waves".

Special thanks to our friends and contacts at various U.S National Space Agencies and Universities. This Space Recording Series is dedicated to the memory of Fred Scarf, PhD, who developed the acoustic recording project for Voyager and is directly responsible for the sounds you hear on these recordings from space.

Authentic photos are made available, courtesy of JPL and NASA.

Saturn's Rings
Saturn Rings is the most soothing space sound recording. Its deep, throbbing vibrations seem to resonate directly into your bones, with layers of 3-dimensional sound majestically moving around and through you.

Saturn is a giant gas planet which has no solid surface beneath the clouds. The solid material of the planet is in orbit and is known as its rings. Its an "inside-out" planet, so to speak.

Saturn's disk casts a shadow across its ring system. The visible side of the rings is directly illuminated by the sun. The broad dark band in the rings separates the outer A ring from the inner B ring. The C ring is much fainter and closer to the planet. The narrow F ring is just barely visible outside the A ring.

Saturn's Rings are 270,000 km in diameter, but only a few hundred meters thick. Particles are centimeters to decameters in size and are ice. Some may be covered with ice. There are traces of silicate and carbon minerals. There are four main ring groups and three more faint, narrow ring groups separated by gaps called divisions.

Voyager I & II passed by Saturn on November 12, 1980, and on August 15, 1981, respectively. There are many hundreds of Rings which make up the spectacular bands around Saturn. They have been classified into four sections: The C-Ring appears blue; the B-Ring appears brown and green, the Cassini Division appears dark blue and the A-Ring appears gray.

Saturn is a gas giant ball of mostly hydrogen and helium. High winds whip clouds into bright bands across the face of Saturn in tan, orange and ochre. The Rings span a distance equal to the distance between the earth and moon.

For more information about plasma and magnetic fields and their relationship to our sound recordings from space, consult the April 1991 issue of Scientific American Magazine for an article entitled "Collisionless Shock Waves".

Special thanks to our friends and contacts at various U.S. National Space Agencies and Universities. This Space Recording Series is dedicated to the memory of Fred Scarf, PhD, who developed the acoustic recording project for Voyager and is directly responsible for the sounds you hear on these recordings from space.

The Authentic photos have been made available, courtesy of JPL and NASA.

Uranus
The sounds of URANUS are energetic and relaxing with multiple sounds sweeping in every direction. The beginning of this recording is busy, with many sounds swirling about. Then it abruptly changes and becomes vast, beautific and sweeping.

The greenish color of the atmosphere of URANUS is due to methane and high altitude photochemical smog. Voyager II acquired this view of the seventh planet while departing the Uranian system in late January 1986. This image looks at the planet approximately along its rotational pole.

For more information about plasma and magnetic fields and their relationship to Dr. Jeffrey Thompson, DC, B.F.A.'s sound recordings from space, consult the April 1991 issue of Scientific American Magazine for an article entitled "Collisionless Shock Waves".

Special thanks to our friends and contacts at various U.S. National Space Agencies and Universities. This Space Recording Series is dedicated to the memory of Fred Scarf, PhD, who developed the acoustic recording project for Voyager and is directly responsible for the sounds you hear on these recordings from space.

Authentic photos have been made available, courtesy of JPL and NASA.

Planet Profile

Mass (kg)............................................5.69 x 10^26

Diameter (km)........................................120660

Mean density (kg/m^3) ...............................690

Escape velocity (m/sec)..............................35600

Average distance from Sun (AU).......................9.539

Rotation period (length of day) (in Earth hours).....10.2

Revolution period (length of year) (in Earth years)..29.46

Obliquity (tilt of axis) (degrees)...................26.7

Orbit inclination (degrees)..........................2.49

Orbit eccentricity...................................0.056

Mean temperature (K).................................88 K (1 bar level)

Visual geometric albedo..............................0.46

Atmospheric components...............................97% hydrogen, 3% helium, .05% methane

Rings.........270,000 km in diameter, but only a few hundred meters thick.

Particles are centimeters to decameters in size and are ice (some may be covered with ice); there are traces of silicate and carbon minerals. There are four main ring groups and three more faint, narrow ring groups separated by gaps called divisions.

Rings of Uranus
Rings of Uranus is our most amazing Space Sound CD. It resembles Gigantic Tibetan Bowls being played in space. This Audio Program from space is great for centering and balancing, creating a great meditation experience.

Voyager II encountered the planet Uranus and discovered its Rings in January, 1986. One startling aspect of Uranus is that its axis of rotation is inclined 97° 54 min from its orbital plane. Uranus lies on its side, with its rings vertical. Of the 9 rings of Uranus, six are inclined with respect to the planet's equatorial plane. The shape of several rings seem to pulsate slightly differently from the others: one "breathes" in and out, while another changes its eccentricity somewhat over time.

Visual and radio observations revealed the nine classical Rings of Uranus to be composed mainly of meter-sized boulders and to contain scarcely any dust particles. The ring strands are among the darkest objects in the solar system. Such dark color may result from magnetosphereic bombardment of surfaces that contain organic molecules.

An extended corona of atomic and molecular hydrogen extends through the entire ring network of Uranus. Sunlight interactions with the corona cause it to radiate ultraviolet light - a phenomenon called "electroglow".

For more information about plasma and magnetic fields and their relationship to our sound recordings from space, consult the April 1991 issue of Scientific American Magazine for an article entitled "Collisionless Shock Waves".

Special thanks to our friends and contacts at various U.S. National Space Agencies and Universities. This Space Recording Series is dedicated to the memory of Fred Scarf, PhD, who developed the acoustic recording project for Voyager and is directly responsible for the sounds you hear on these recordings from space.

Authentic photos are made available, courtesy of JPL and NASA.

Miranda
Miranda is the smallest moon of Uranus and is marked by strange crevasses and canyons. It's largest canyon feature is the size of North America and has canyon walls 9 miles deep.

There is a theory that this satellite of Uranus was torn apart by the gravitational force of Uranus at least 9 times and then reformed. This could account for the very strange terrain. Miranda is a long time favorite Space Sound recording. It has very deep rhythmic base sounds. You can feel the full moon effect. Sounds like strange winds and occasionally it sounds like choirs and voices singing, which gives Miranda a magical quality.

For more information about plasma and magnetic fields and their relationship to our sound recordings from space, consult the April 1991 issue of Scientific American Magazine - article entitled "Collisionless Shock Waves".

Special thanks to our friends and contacts at various U.S National Space Agencies and Universities. This Space Recording Series is dedicated to the memory of Fred Scarf, PhD, who developed the acoustic recording project for Voyager and is directly responsible for the sounds you hear on these recordings from space.

Authentic photos made available courtesy of JPL and NASA.

SATELLITE PROFILE

Constants:

MEAN RADIUS: 235.8 km

MASS: 0.000011 (Earth=1)

DENSITY: 1.15 (gm/cm)

GRAVITY: 0.009 (Earth=1)

ORBIT PERIOD: 1.414 (Earth days)

ROTATION PERIOD: 1.414 (Earth days)

SEMI-MAJOR AXIS OF ORBIT: 130,000 km

ECCENTRICITY OF ORBIT: 0.027

Miranda is the smallest moon of Uranus and is marked by strange crevasses and canyons. It's largest canyon feature is the size of North America and has canyon walls 9 miles deep.

There is a theory that this satellite of Uranus was torn apart by the gravitational force of Uranus at least 9 times and then reformed. This could account for the very strange terrain. Miranda is a long time favorite Space Sound recording. It has very deep rhythmic base sounds. You can feel the full moon effect. Sounds like strange winds and occasionally it sounds like choirs and voices singing, which gives Miranda a magical quality.

For more information about plasma and magnetic fields and their relationship to our sound recordings from space, consult the April 1991 issue of Scientific American Magazine - article entitled "Collisionless Shock Waves".

Special thanks to our friends and contacts at various U.S. National Space Agencies and Universities. This Space Recording Series is dedicated to the memory of Fred Scarf, PhD, who developed the acoustic recording project for Voyager and is directly responsible for the sounds you hear on these recordings from space.

Authentic photos made available courtesy of JPL and NASA.

SATELLITE PROFILE

Constants

MEAN RADIUS: 235.8 km

MASS: 0.000011 (Earth=1)

DENSITY: 1.15 (gm/cm)

GRAVITY: 0.009 (Earth=1)

ORBIT PERIOD: 1.414 (Earth days)

ROTATION PERIOD: 1.414 (Earth days)

SEMI-MAJOR AXIS OF ORBIT: 130,000 km

ECCENTRICITY OF ORBIT: 0.027

Neptune
The sounds from Neptune are mysterious and alluring. At times they sound like strange drums and wind, at other times they resemble cricket sounds and thunderstorms. Like nothing you have ever experienced before from the farthest planet out in our solar system from which Voyager made sound recordings.

On its approach to Neptune in August 1989, Voyager 2 captured this image of the fourth and outermost of the giant gas planets. This image shows two of the four oval cloud features tracked by the cameras. The large dark oval near the left edge revolves around Neptune every 18 hours. The bright clouds immediately to the south and east of this oval substantially change their appearance in periods as short as 4 hours. The second dark spot, at the lower right edge, revolves around Neptune every 16 hours.

Voyager II swept past the Neptune system on August 24-25, 1989. Neptune's atmosphere proved surprisingly active, with wind velocities clocked at over 700 MPH. This dynamic climactic activity is powered by Neptune's internal heat, which provides over twice as much energy as the feeble sunlight that the planet receives. Neptune has eight moons and three rings, as well as a highly tilted and offset magnetic field.

Neptune's electromagnetic environment is surprising. It is inclined to the planetary axis by 47°. Periodic pulses of radio energy were also recorded, generated by rotation of the planet's deep interior. Neptune's lovely blue color is a result of methane, helium and hydrogen gasses in its atmosphere.

The picture of Neptune on the cover of this CD features the great dark spot, which is accompanied by white clouds that undergo rapid changes in appearance. To the south of the great dark spot is the bright feature that scientist's nicknamed "scooter". Still further to the south is the feature called "Dark Spot 2", which has a bright core.

For more information about plasma and magnetic fields and their relationship to our sound recordings from space, consult the April 1991 issue of Scientific American Magazine - article entitled "Collisionless Shock Waves".

Special thanks to our friends and contacts at various U.S National Space Agencies and Universities. This Space Recording Series is dedicated to the memory of Fred Scarf, PhD, who developed the acoustic recording project for Voyager and is directly responsible for the sounds you hear on these recordings from space.

Authentic photos made available courtesy of JPL and NASA.

Voice of Earth
This is the "wildest" planet of all the Space Sound Series.

Multiple types of sounds swirl in 3-D all around you which sound like - dolphins, whales, birds, ocean, voices. The sounds on Voice of Earth are beyond amazing…

This recording was used as part of a one hour TV special in Japan for its effectiveness in alleviating sleep disorders in children.

The Voice of Earth Sounds come from the interaction of the Solar Wind with the magnetosphere of Earth. You are hearing the Aura Borealis, NASA Injun I, Hawkeye, IMP1 and ISEE I Space Probes Recordings.

The energy production of the Sun is far from even and fluctuates on an 11 year cycle. Maximum production coincides with high sunspot activity when processes on the Sun's surface throw particles far out into space. These particles are called the solar wind. When the Solar Wind collides with the magnetosphere with a sufficient number of particles, it causes the northern lights.

These space sounds of Earth were recorded by the Injun I, Hawkeye, IMP I and ISEE I space probes from Earth orbit.

Although space is a vacuum, this does not mean that there is no sound. it only means that there is no air in space to act as a medium to transmit soundwaves to your ear. The specially designed instruments on board these probes were designed to pick up and record these vibrational frequencies. This information, which was sent back to Earth and decoded, are the beautiful and intriguing sounds you hear on this recording. The sounds you hear are interactions of the solar wind with the Earth's magnetosphere, ionosphere, plasma wave phenomena and interactions between Earth's ionosphere and magnetosphere. These vibration frequencies are all exactly within the range of human hearing, 20 - 20,000 Hz. This is truly the real "Voice" of Earth.

These recordings have been specially processed, filtered and spacially mastered in 3-D sound for deep relaxation and stress reduction.

For more information about plasma and magnetic fields and their relationship to our sound recordings from space, consult the April 1991 issue of Scientific American Magazine - article entitled "Collisionless Shock Waves".

Special thanks to our friends and contacts at various U.S National Space Agencies and Universities. This Space Recording Series is dedicated to the memory of Fred Scarf, PhD, who developed the acoustic recording project for Voyager and is directly responsible for the sounds you hear on these recordings from space.

Authentic photos made available courtesy of JPL and NASA.

Planet Profile

Mass (kg)............................................5.98 x 10^24

Diameter (km)........................................12756

Mean density (kg/m^3) ...............................5520

Escape velocity (m/sec)..............................11200

Average distance from Sun (AU).......................1

Rotation period (length of day) (in Earth days)......23.93

Revolution period (length of year) (in Earth days)...365.26

Obliquity (tilt of axis) (degrees)...................23.4

Orbit inclination (degrees)..........................0

Orbit eccentricity...................................0.017

Mean surface temperature (K).........................281

Maximum surface temperature (K)......................310

Visual geometric albedo..............................0.39

Highest point on surface.............................Mount Everest (over 8 km above sea-level)

Atmospheric components...............................78% nitrogen, 21% oxygen, 1% argon.

Song of Earth
This special "Arranged Composition" of sounds are from the interaction of the Solar Wind with the magnetosphere of Earth. It is a lyrical, composed soundscape of captivating beauty. It is a true and beautiful tribute to our home planet, Earth.

In this arrangement, you will hear the northern lights…

The energy production of the Sun is far from even and fluctuates on an 11 year cycle. Maximum production coincides with high sunspot activity when processes on the Sun's surface throw particles far out in space. These particles are called the solar wind. When the Solar Wind collides with the magnetosphere with sufficient number of particles, it causes the northern lights.

For more information about plasma and magnetic fields and their relationship to our sound recordings from space, consult the April 1991 issue of Scientific American Magazine for an article entitled "Collisionless Shock Waves".

Special thanks to our friends and contacts at various U.S National Space Agencies and Universities. This Space Recording Series is dedicated to the memory of Fred Scarf, PhD, who developed the acoustic recording project for Voyager and is directly responsible for the sounds you hear on these recordings from space.

The authentic photos have been made available, courtesy of JPL and NASA.

Space Sounds Music
Each "instrument" sound you hear in this Dr. Jeffrey Thompson, DC, B.F.A, Audio Program is actually various NASA Voyager I & II, Injun 1, Hawkeye, IMP1 and ISEE 1 space probe planet recordings. They are compressed electronically down to the fundamental harmonic frequency. At this range, the space recordings sound like unique musical instruments.

Using these specially created musical instrument sounds from the planets, Dr. Thompson has created a special series of musical compositions that have the original space recordings. Each is a personal journey into and through our Solar System, into a place strangely alien to us and yet strangely familiar.

For more information about plasma and magnetic fields and their relationship to our sound recordings from space, consult the April 1991 issue of Scientific American Magazine for an article entitled "Collisionless Shock Waves".

Special thanks to our friends and contacts at various U.S. National Space Agencies and Universities. This Space Recording Series is dedicated to the memory of Fred Scarf, PhD, who developed the acoustic recording project for Voyager and is directly responsible for the sounds you hear on these recordings from space.

Authentic photos have been made available, courtesy of JPL and NASA.

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