Even while the nature of black holes remains a mystery, at least we can finally put a name to their sonic signature.
NASA posted on Twitter a 34-second audio clip depicting the sound of a black hole situated 200 million light-years distant.
"The fallacy that there is no sound in space originated because most space is a 'vacuum, offering no path for sound waves to travel."
They claimed, "A galaxy cluster contains so much gas that we have detected audible waves."
A black hole may be heard here since the signal has been amplified and combined with other data.
With over 429,000 likes and 101,000 retweets, the post immediately gained widespread attention.