NASA last week uploaded a series of tracks to its Spotify account of recordings from the Perseverance rover on Mars.
Following a huge month, including the landing of the rover onto the Jezero Crater on the Martian surface to the first test drive of the Perseverance, NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory has uploaded the first official recordings from the Martian surface.
Listen to the tracks below from NASA’s Spotify account; track one includes audio of wind on Mars, while the second shows the first recording of laser shots.
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