NASA released these audio files, which for the first time show us the sound of the winds on Red Planet.
Only a few weeks ago we witnessed the successful landing of the InSight probe on Mars, and now we have that NASA announced that the landlord managed to capture the first sounds of the Red planet's winds.
The geophysical robot's sensors have captured the wind vibrations on the ship's solar panels, which are believed to be scattered between 10 and 15 miles per hour (16 to 24 km / h) from the northwest to the southeast.
Bruce Banner, chief investigator at InSight at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, commented:Recording this audio is an unpaid gift. But one of the things our mission is doing is measuring the movement of Mars, and naturally this includes the movement caused by the sound waves. "
It is mentioned that two very sensitive sensors in InSight have detected these wind vibrations, sensor for sensor atmospheric pressure and seismograph, where both have registered the noise in different ways.
In the video, you can listen to the audio that is recommended for listening with a headset, although it's edited so that it can be viewed with ordinary speakers.
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At first it sounds very similar to how the wind will register with a microphone on Earth, but it is certainly interesting that the sound of the winds on another planet is recorded for the first time.
InSight will continue to analyze the surface of Mars, especially vibration, in order to get information about the formation of the planets in our solar system and learn more about the Red Planet.