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NASA’s Mars Perseverance rover beams back first sounds ever recorded on another planet – CBS News

Percy has captured the whirring sounds of Martian wind on the surface of the red planet for the very first time.

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NASA’s Perseverance rover, which landed on Mars less than one week ago, has beamed back the first-ever audio recordings from the surface of the red planet. 
NASA released the audio clips Monday, along with never-before-seen video footage of the rover landing last Thursday, and the most sophisticated images yet taken of Mars. 
Along with 25 onboard cameras, the rover also carries two microphones. One failed to work during the rover’s descent, but the other captured the sounds of the Martian wind…

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