The first sounds of the Perseverance rover moving on Mars: here is the noise recorded on the Red Planet

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The rover has sent more audio recordings as it travels across the Martian surface – Ansa /Courier TV

“This is the sound of me driving on Martian rocks,” reads the Twitter post of the official page of NASA’s Mars Rover Perseverance. The US agency has released new sounds recorded by the spacecraft as it travels across the surface of Mars. Rattles of wheels and suspension rover moving on the surface of the Red Planet: an audio track that is part of a 16-minute raw feed released Wednesday, March 17 from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California.


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