Saturday, September 10, 2022

NASA's sounds of the sea | Northwest Australia - Indian Ocean

A series of relatively cloud-free images over Northwest Australia was captured by the Visual Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite (VIIRS), from August 1-31, 2016.
The music you hear directly represents the day-to-day variations in the intensity of 5 visible-range spectral reflectance (Rrs) channels, extracted from a specific location (-13.359o, 120.984o) over the course of this time series.
Credit: Image from VIIRS, onboard Suomi-NPP satellite.
Sonification: Jon Vandermeulen and Ryan Vandermeulen.
Image credit: Ryan Vandermeulen.

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