NASA's InSight experiment landed on Mars November 26th after traveling 300 million miles over seven months. Though it is there to analyze seismic activity. its seismometer and air pressure sensor and picked up different vibrations on Dec. 1st.
The slight hum turned out to be 10-15 mph winds as they blew across Mars’ Elysium Planitia.
We can now hear sound on another planet.
"Capturing this audio was an unplanned treat," said Bruce Banerdt of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in their press release.
For you and me both.
There's not a lot I can add to that so I will just be awed.
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