NASA releases first audio from Mars, video of landing

Washington (AFP) – The US space agency NASA on Monday released the first audio from Mars, a faint crackling recording of a gust of wind captured by the Perseverance rover. NASA also released the first video of last week’s landing of the rover, which is on a mission to search for signs of past life on the Red Planet. A microphone did not work during the rover’s descent to the surface, but it was able to capture audio once it landed on Mars. NASA engineers played a 60-second recording. “What you hear there 10 seconds in is an actual wind gust on the surface of Mars picked up by the microphone an…

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