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Listen to the Mars wind blast in these 1st sounds from Perseverance Rover



These sounds are really World War II.

NASA’s Perseverance rover recorded 60 seconds of Mars sound on Saturday (February 20), just two days after its picture-perfect touchdown inside the Jezero Crater. The recently released file, which contains mechanical vortex from the rover and the rattle of a red planetary breeze, is the first real sound ever caught on the surface of a planet other than Earth.


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