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Listen to the Mars wind blow in these 1st sounds from the Perseverance rover – Space.com

You can hear mechanical rover whirs and a Martian breeze.

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These sounds are truly otherworldly.
NASA’s Perseverance rover recorded 60 seconds of Martian sound on Saturday (Feb. 20), just two days after its picture-perfect touchdown inside Jezero Crater
. The newly released file, which features mechanical whirring from the rover and the rustle of a Red Planet breeze, is the first true audio ever captured on the surface of a planet other than Earth.
“Really neat overwhelming, if you will,” Dave Gruel, of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Southern…

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