The first Mars is landed at CAPE CANAVERAL, FLA.-NASA has been in & # 39; catching her first sound of Martian wind "very unhealthy".
The Jet Propulsion Laboratory published audio clips of the Friday sunset. The low worms were collected by InSight during the first week of Mars' work.
It is estimated that a & # 39; wind blowing 16 kph to 24 kph. These are the first sounds of Mars that are easy to find with human ears, according to the researchers.
"It reminds me of sitting outside on the summer summer summer … In some way, this would be like if you were sitting on the InSight on Mars, "said Don Banfield at Cornell University to reporters.
Scientists involved in the project agree that there is another sound quality.
Thomas Pike, Imperial College of London, said the "disaster" is very different from anything we got on Earth, and I think it just gives us another way Thinking about how far we get those marks. "
The sound of a wind is a & # 39; blow against the InSight solar panels and as a result of its impact; at all windsets. The sounds were recorded with an air pressure awareness inside the inside that forms part of a weather station, as well as the seismometer on the spacecraft deck.
The low frequencies are due to the air congestion of Mars's air and even more so the seismometer itself – it means that underground tangible waves are found, are considerably lower than the level of human hearing. The seismometer will be moved to the surface of Martian in the coming weeks; So far, the team plans to record more wind noise.
1976 said that the Vikings on Mars believed that space spaces were caused by his / her; wind, but that it would be a part of measuring it, the scientist at InSight, Bruce Banerdt, of JPL in Pasadena, California.
The sounds are "very deep-deep" from InSight, at the same time, on Banerdt to imagine that it is "a planet in some ways such as Earth, but in some ways in a foreign way. "
InSight came to Mars on November 26.
"We are all very tall last week … and here we are less than two weeks after coming to land, and we have already got a wonderful new science already , "said Lori Glaze NASA, executive director of planetary science South West," It's cool, it's fun. "