VIDEO: NASA captures for the first time what the wind sounds like on Mars

NASA’s Curiosity Rover, recently captured a video of the surface of Mars in which for the first time you hear what the Martian wind sounds like. The spacecraft took off from Earth ten years ago and has since provided information about the Martian soil and surface.

In the footage you can see what the Martian horizon looks like while the wind blows on the Martian surface. It is an unprecedented event, pSince there was no sound record about the wind on the neighboring planet.

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NASA’s Rover is three times heavier and twice as large as its predecessors launched in 2004. Initially, the mission would last only one Martian year (more than a year and a half Earth) but it still continues to send valuable information to Earth, such as readings about the environment on Mars and the conditions that the first human being on the planet could face. Red.

Since landing in 2011 he has traveled more than 20 kilometers and from time to time sends images about any Martian eventuality. So far, it is not known when the end of the Curiosity mission will finally be..

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