NASA has released audio of a black hole to give an insight into the vastness of the universe.
The audio debunks the misconception that space has no sound because it's a vacuum.
NASA used the gas released by a nearby galaxy cluster to pick up the sound waves around the black hole.
The original noise is too low for the human ear to detect.
The galactic groan is 144 quadrillion times higher than the original frequencies picked up by NASA.
"There are parts of space that are really really dense, really really compacted with dust and gas.
And if you were in those regions, you potentially could hear something.
These sound waves though were so low-pitched, we could not hear them."
Scientists used a process known as sonification to re-synthesize the sound waves into the range of human hearing.