Following the recent Internet sensation of "The Great UFO" Happy Morning, the U.S. space agency's official announcement about a mysterious radio message from Saturn to Earth, speculating that Saturnians sent some warning messages to Earth, as in the case of
On July 25, 2005, the U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) announced through its official website that the Cassini probe, which is conducting an exploration mission on Saturn's orbit, received an unidentified radio message from Saturn.Cassini was launched on October 15, 1997 and entered Saturn's orbit on July 1, 2004, when Cassini first spotted the radio wave when it approached the 374 million-kilometer point on Saturn in April 2002. Since then, the team has been receiving
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) reported that this bizarre sound wave seems to be closely related to the aurora on Saturn's north and south poles, similar to the Earth's polar light, and NASA scientists announced that the radio waves were highly complex.
Currently, Cassini's communications equipment uses radio and plasma radio technology to analyze mysterious radio waves with high resolution, and says it is surprising how the frequency and time variations are arranged.
NASA made a WAV file of radio waves received from Saturn and released them on its official site, where they can be downloaded and listened to.
Is the nebulous radio waves from Saturn, as NASA said, a natural file created in Aurora? Or is Saturn's aliens sending some warning messages to the Earth through an unmanned probe that is being explored in Saturn's orbit?