The noise that the sun creates has been analyzed by scientists, and they confirmed their suspicions that the sun does make a racket.
Solar physicists at Stanford University have determined the solar surface noise of the sun by recording acoustical pressure waves in the sun using an instrument called the Michelson Doppler Imager. The results of their research indicate that the solar surface noise is quite noisy.
In accordance with the findings of the American Academy of Audiology, the volume of the noises, which have been described as sounding like “screaming sirens,” would increase by 100 decibels by the time they arrived here on Earth if they were allowed to travel through space.
Researchers have finally identified the sun’s sound.
This equates to tens of thousands of watts of energy being created per meter on the sun, which is equivalent to ten to one hundred times the power of the speakers at a rock concert.
On the other hand, people who live on Earth are unable to hear any of this because the sound waves that are being produced have frequencies that are too low for the human ear to discern.
The continual movement of hot material on the surface and the sinking of cooled material towards the center both contribute to the noise that is produced by the sun.