The Sun does generate sound

The Sun makes sound in the form of pressure waves. Pressure waves are created by pockets of hot gas that come up from deep within the Sun and break through the solar surface. The result is that the Sun's atmosphere is bubbling like a pan of boiling water.

The wavelength of the sound waves is measured in hundreds of miles, making them far outside the range of human hearing.

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