In the short shot shared by NASA, we can even hear the Martian slice. Sound samples have come from Mars before, but this is the first time Perseverance has sent one.

After the evening’s video recordings, for the first time, various sounds recorded on Mars were sent home by Perseverance.

The latter has been made possible by the fact that the Mars-Orbiter, as opposed to the other robot, the Curiosity, has a microphone, so it can also record the noises heard around it.

The sound pattern shared by NASA consists of two main parts: the sounds triggered by the rover are heard in the first seconds, followed by the Martian wind.

The recording was made on February 20th.

Sound samples from Mars also arrived two years ago, recorded by a device called InSight during seismic activity.

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