Today's short is Macrocosm, filmed with a Canon 5D and 100mm macro lens and incorporating space sounds NASA recorded. Those sounds, described as "singing", appear to have come from the comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko, discovered in 2014 by European Space Agency's Rosetta Plasma Consortium.
The visualization is by Susi Sie; the remix is by sound designer and musician Clemens Haas.
Macrocosm from Susi Sie on Vimeo.
Original Data Cred: ESA/Rosetta/RPC/RPC-MAG
Sonification: TU Braunschweig/IGEP/Manuel Senfft, CC-BY-NC-SA 4.0
Susie Sie on FaceBook
Clemens Haas on FaceBook
ESA on SoundCloud
(My thanks to friend Deborah Barlow for the link.)