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The Voyager Probes

In 1977, Voyager 1 and 2, United States unmanned scientific probes, were launched to take advantage of a favourable planetary alignment occurring at that time.

The initial remit of the Voyager Program was to fly-by and study Jupiter and Saturn; however, the probes were able to continue onward (1977-1989) to the outer reaches of the Solar System.

Voyager 1 & 2 Probes
Voyager 1 and 2

The probes were equipped with "Planetary Radio Astronomy Investigation Instruments" (PRA), which were designed to record the emissions from planets, their moons, and any associated ring systems. Later, NASA converted the collected streams into sound files for further research, and subsequently they were individually released to the general public.

The Journey

The Voyager 1 & 2 Journey
The Journey

The Sounds...

We would like to express our special thanks and gratitude to NASA for the release of these wonderful sounds to the public.

So, lay back, listen, meditate, and just drift with the living sounds of the universe - and see where they take you...

Yes, you are of the stars, and it is promised that to the stars you shall, one day, return...

And now Your Journey begins... Enjoy...

Sound Icon Earth 1

Sound Icon Earth 2

Sound Icon Jupiter

Sound Icon Io - Moon of Jupiter

Sound Icon Saturn

Rings of Saturn

Sound Icon Uranus

Sound Icon Miranda - Moon of Uranus

Sound Icon Rings of Uranus

Sound Icon Neptune

The sound files are in MP3 format

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