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NASA astrophysicists have released a special audio recording containing the sounds and pulsations of stars.
This came after several studies and tests using artificial intelligence to detect the pulsations of stars and record their sounds.
According to experts at the American Agency, when large stars turn giant size and red color, their gaseous shells begin to pulse due to continuous thermal movements.
Astrophysicists call these surface oscillations the “sound” of stars, which are in the final stage of their evolution before collapsing into meteors.
Scientists analyzed 24 million stars and found more than 158,000 continuously pulsating stars.
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