Sounds Of Saturn

These are real recordings and visual sounds of Saturn and its sixth largest moon, Enceladus. The eerie sounds were recorded by NASA’s Cassini-Huygens mission to Saturn and its moons Titan and Enceladus.

It is believed that Saturn’s largest moon, Titan possesses many parallels to Earth, including lakes, rivers, channels, dunes, rain, snow, clouds, mountains and possibly volcanoes. In May 2011 NASA scientists at an Encedalus Focus Group Conference reported that Enceladus which is Saturn‘s sixth largest moon is emerging as the most habitable spot beyond Earth in the Solar System for life as we know it.

I kept the real sounds of the ring planet and edited to enhance the sounds for more clarity and listening experience. The sounds are so eerie and spooky. They are off the planet. I hope you enjoy the spooky, sci-fi and cosmic sounds of Saturn.

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About soundanation

Sound Designer, Electronic, Experimental, Audiovisual, and Multimedia Artist, with emphasis on Film/T.V and visual mediums. Craig Brown aka Sounda is a former Performance Artist with work featured within Compilation CDs, and tracks licensed for film and TV, just to name a few. My experience with the paranormal and connections to the cosmos, inspired a lot of my work. My goals include pushing the limit of Art through Sound and Music and establishing a strong foundation with my contribution in Film and TV. Favorite Lyric: You are just another brick in the wall by Pink Floyd Activities and Thoughts: Flying, stargazing, battling supernatural forces. There is no such thing as silence, silence has a sound. I am trying to figure out what lies within the 11th Dimension. I wonder if the beautiful ring planet is ready to take me back. Craft: Unidentified.
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