A new NASA software allows users to listen to ocean noises.

A NASA scientist and his programmer brother created an internet software that converts ocean data into audio.

The couple has been working on the project for the past 18 months, with the goal of encouraging people to "appreciate the connection of our Earth's ocean."

"Through this auditory sound experience, we intended to present a tale to comprehend the connection of our Earth's ocean, said co-creator and Goddard scientist Ryan Vandermeulen.

"We utilise music because it is entertaining and lively, and it links us from many backgrounds."

The platform combines musical notes with data from swirls off the coast of Rio de la Plata, the Bering Sea, the Coral Sea, and the Indian Ocean near the coast of northeastern Australia.

Ocean colour research, according to NASA, "helps scientists obtain a better understanding of phytoplankton and their influence on the Earth system.

Analyzing ocean colour data can reveal information on the health of our oceans.

The brothers' effort does not end with the construction of their audio programme.

As time goes on, they plan to develop more music-inspired artwork.

Sonifications are made for our solar system as well as the ocean at NASA.