Hey science enthusiasts, if you believe that there is no sound in space ‘coz it is an almost vacuum, then this is definitely for you.

So, The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) recently debunked this ‘misconception’ on Twitter and also released the ‘actual’ sound of black hole on the micro-blogging platform. It will surely give you goosebumps.

The official handle of @NASAExoplanets tweeted the audio saying:

The misconception that there is no sound in space originates because most space is a vacuum, providing no way for sound waves to travel. A galaxy cluster has so much gas that we’ve picked up actual sound.

-NASA Exoplanets

Here’s how netizens are reacting to this mind-boggling audio:

Hate to be dramatic but space sounds like a prison for anguished souls. 


Black holes just became even more terrifying. The sound emited by the twisted corpse of what was once a massive star that has now become a space gated off from the rest of the universe or its the wailing of all who fell to its event horizon (sic).


Nasa, on a pleasant august sunday evening: hey wanna hear what’s surely the wailing of souls trapped inside a black hole since the beginning of human existence (sic).


It turns out, a black hole sounds like someone listened to whale calls, and was like “This, but evil” (sic). 


According to a Space.com report, majority of space is empty having bits of dust and gas floating around in the universe.

The report further suggests that there is no sound in space as the molecules aren’t close enough with each other to transmit it between them.

However, NASA’s latest finding says otherwise.

So, how did you feel after hearing the sound of black hole?