The independent agency said it created the playlist to make listeners’ “skin crawl” to keep with the spirit of Halloween.
A statement from NASA said: “Soaring the depths of our universe, gallant spacecraft roam the cosmos, snapping images of celestial wonders.
“Some spacecraft have instruments capable of capturing radio emissions. When scientists convert these to sound waves, the results are eerie to hear.
“In time for Halloween, we’ve put together a compilation of elusive ‘sounds’ of howling planets and whistling helium that is sure to make your skin crawl.
NASA said: “Scientists sometimes translate radio signals into sound to better understand the signals.”
The clips have been created using data collected by spacecraft travelling through space to explore the great expanse.
The collection includes harrowing recordings of radio emissions from Saturn recorded in 2002 by the Cassini spacecraft.
The eerie sound is similar to the emissions recorded on Earth during the aurora borealis in the northern hemisphere.
The playlist features 20 tracks astronomers generated using data output converted into audio clips.
Other clips include the “roar” of Jupiter captured by the Juno spacecraft as it passed through the planet’s magnetic field in 2016.
During the mission, Scott Boldon from the Southwest Research Institute said: “We’ve just crossed the boundary into Jupiter’s home turf.
“We’re closing in fast on the planet itself and already gaining valuable data.”