NASA releases first audio from Mars!

Washington: The US space agency NASA released the first audio from Mars, a faint crackling recording of wind captured by the Perseverance rover.

NASA also released the first video of the landing of the rover on the Red Planet.

A microphone did not work during the rover’s descent to the surface, but it was able to capture audio once it landed on Mars.

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NASA engineers played a 60-second recording.

The high-definition video clip, lasting three minutes and 25 seconds, shows the deployment of a red-and-white parachute with a 70.5-foot-wide (21.5-meter-wide) canopy.

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