How is Mars?

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22 October 2021 08:27 GMT

“These sounds allow scientists and engineers to experience the red planet in new ways,” the space agency said.

NASA shared the sounds of Mars this week, with the Forever rover being able to capture from the surface of the red planet, where it has been exploring and working on various scientific missions since February.

In this way, you can feel what the wind is blowing when even the wheels and motors of the Martian wind, sandstorms and astromobile sound move. ‚ÄúThese sounds allow scientists and engineers Experience the red planet in new ways“, Promises American Space Agency.

Made possible by five hours of audio collected through diligence in almost a year of study Two microphones, One located on the chassis of the vehicle and the other on the mast. It is worth noting that there are two audio devices Business models are available to the public.

Sounds can be heard from 1:30 p.m.

Records teach scientists Tuesday “Atmospheric changes”Based on the fact that sound travels through air vibrations, NASA explains. The Boom microphone is capable of emitting sound with a supergame laser device, and is “excellent” for monitoring its level of “microturbulance (minimal changes in air)”.

Baptist Sid, a planetary scientist who reads data from microphones, promises that these are “an important asset to the future science of Mars and the solar system.” He adds that there are Martian sounds “Strong bass vibrations”, Unlike the landscape.

In this regard, NASA details that allow microphones to investigate How sound travels Emphasizes that the sound system will be affected as the planet and Earth and Mars have different atmospheres. Mars is very dense, so high sounds are especially hard to hear.

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