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NASA reveals how the wind sounds on Mars | community

NASA's InSight Space Station's mission is on Mars on November 26 and on this day he handed over to mankind for the first time, the sound of the surface.

Mission Sensors have been able to capture the vibrations caused by the wind and we hear how the "bangs" on the Red Planet "sound".

What you can hear has a power between 16 and 24 kilometers per hour, in the northwest-southeast direction and accounts for a historical audio file that reveals a type of sound have never been recorded so far.

"Recording this sound is an unplanned gift, but one of the things our mission is doing is to measure the movement of Mars and naturally this includes the movement caused by sound waves, "explains Bruce Banner, chief research officer of InSight at NASA's JPL.

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