The Rainbows and Songs of the Stars
Spectroscopy and the Elements of the Stars and Planets
Using spectroscopes, we can answer these questions. Stars give off light which a spectroscope takes in and refracts. Depending on what element or elements the star is made of, we will see a different light spectrum in the spectroscope.
Other spectral recorders can be mounted on satellite for remote analysis of out universe. Some of the frequency data recorded is within the human range of hearing, and can be mapped out as sound waves. These recordings can give scientist a unique look at stars and planets, as well as provide a uniquely beautiful listening experience.
Thanks to new scientific advancements, we now have answers to these questions. We know that these "small specs" are actually massive balls of gas and plasma, and that our own sun is one of these stars. We know exactly what gases stars are made of thanks to spectroscopy. This website will show you the magic of the stars with new eyes and ears and with new light and sound, all represented with spectroscope readings and descriptions.