AUDIO | NASA: Here's what a black hole sounds like
The black hole is a point in space where gravity is so intense that even light cannot escape it. Black holes form when a star becomes a supernova, ejecting huge amounts of matter into space as it overlaps or collapses on itself.
The US space agency NASA has released an audio recording of a black hole, using the waves sent by a black hole located in the galaxy cluster Perseus. The sound is adapted so that it can be heard by the human ear.
"The fallacy is that there is no sound in space, since most of space is a vacuum, so sound has no medium for expansion, but galaxy clusters are filled with gases that reach hundreds, even thousands, of galaxies and thus form a medium. "about sound waves," he wrote NASA.