Black holes are poorly understood. These celestial bodies will be studied for centuries, but new scientific discoveries are made every year. Scientists were able to capture the sound of a black hole this spring.
A supermassive black hole at the center of a cluster of galaxies in the constellation Perseus “sings” so beautifully. It’s been studied for nearly two decades, and a soundtrack like this would fit any horror film set in hell released at the time.
Sound waves were converted into “music” using the Chandra space X-ray telescope.