National aerospace Agency of the USA (NASA) has published a recording of the noise of the wind on Mars, which gave the Ground probe InSight. It is noted that the recording was made unplanned, at the time of measurement of movements on the planet.
Seismograph automatic interplanetary station InSight could record sound vibrations on the red planet on December 1. The researchers assessed the rate of “Martian winds” 16-24 km per hour.
Since the spacecraft records the low-frequency sounds, scientists had to undertake the processing of the recorded sound, so he could be available to play conventional devices. In particular, the frequency of the sound increased by two octaves.
Recall that NASA landed on Mars probe InSight on 27 November 2018. The probe sat on a flat plain known as Elysium Planitia near the equator of the red planet.
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