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NASA Releases Audio of Earth Singing

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October 2, 2012
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The Earth is singing to all of space and NASA has the audio for us. The song, called "Chorus," is caused by Earth emitting plasma rays, which pass through the radiation belts surrounding the planet, and was captured by satellites sent by NASA to record it and experiment in the area.


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