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- Spaceship passage5
The passage of a spaceship. In reality, sound needs air to move: In the absence of air in space, no sound. Except at the cinema.. Duration: 00:07.
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- Flying saucer 1, passage
The passage of a spaceship. In reality, sound needs air to move: In the absence of air in space, no sound. Except at the cinema .. Duration: 00:17.
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- Spaceship passage1
The passage of a spaceship. In reality, sound needs air to move: In the absence of air in space, no sound. Except at the cinema .. Duration: 00:12.
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- Spaceship passage3
The passage of a spaceship. In reality, sound needs air to move: In the absence of air in space, no sound. Except at the cinema.. Duration: 00:20.
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- Spoutnik1
This sound is the original. On October 4, 1957, the first artificial satellite took off: Sputnik 1. With its 83 kilos and 58 cm in diameter, it will revolve around the Earth in an elliptical orbit, between 288 and 947 kilometers in altitude. , emitting this characteristic "beep beep" broadcast by all the radios in the world. Duration: 00:11.
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- Aerospace communication beep1
Beep that is emitted after a space conversation (Nasa, SpaceX, etc.). 2,527 Hz sine wave. Duration: 00:01.
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- Spaceship passage4
The passage of a spaceship. In reality, sound needs air to move: In the absence of air in space, no sound. Except at the cinema.. Duration: 00:05.
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- Spoutnik2
This sound is a reproduction: a 1060 Hz sine wave with some reverb. On October 4, 1957, the first artificial satellite took off: Sputnik 1. With its 83 kilos and 58 cm in diameter, it will revolve around the Earth in an elliptical orbit, between 288 and 947 kilometers in altitude. , emitting this characteristic "beep beep" broadcast by all the radios in the world. Duration: 00:09.
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- Aerospace communication beep2
Beep that is emitted after a space conversation (Nasa, SpaceX, etc.). 2,460 Hz sine wave. Duration: 00:01.
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- Flying saucer 2, passage
Rotating sound of a flying saucer making a passage. Duration: 00:06.
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- Aerospace communication beep3
Beep that is emitted after a space conversation (Nasa, SpaceX, etc.). Duration: 00:01.
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- Flying saucer2
Rotating sound of a stationary flying saucer. Duration: 00:10.
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- Aerospace communication beep4
Beep that is emitted after a space conversation (Nasa, SpaceX, etc.). Duration: 00:01.
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- Spaceship passage2
The passage of a spaceship. In reality, sound needs air to move: In the absence of air in space, no sound. Except at the cinema.. Duration: 00:10.
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- Spaceship passage6
The passage of a spaceship. In reality, sound needs air to move: In the absence of air in space, no sound. Except at the cinema.. Duration: 00:10.
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