Radio waves from Venus

The World

Earlier this week, NASA published a recording picked up by NASA’s Parker Solar Probe as it was swinging by Venus last July. The recording was captured as a result of natural radio signals emitted in Venus' upper atmosphere. Like Earth, Venus' upper atmosphere is filled with electrically-charged layers of gas which naturally emit radio waves that can be detected.

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