The breathtaking images of distant nebulas captured by NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope that mesmerized the world in July have been turned into music through a technique called data sonification. 

Three sonifications of images from the first James Webb Space Telescope data release have now been made available to the public. The sonifications are based on the iconic “Cosmic Cliffs in the Carina Nebula” image and the photograph of the Southern Ring Nebula, both of which were part of the first Webb data release on July 13. A third sonification based on Webb’s first exoplanet atmosphere spectrum, that of the hot gas giant planet WASP-96 b, completes the set. 

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