More audio from Mars!

NASA’s Perseverance rover is equipped with a special microphone that can pick up sounds of Mars. The atmosphere is extremely thin, but it’s still enough to transmit sound waves.

The Jet Propulsion Laboratory has just released a raw 16-minute recording of Perseverance rolling on the Martian surface. What we hear is mostly the rover’s six metal wheels and its suspension. Here are some highlights. More details here.

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