NASA creates a “soundscape” of the surface of Mars

Although the recordings sent by Perseverance  do not record loud sounds on  Mars , the audios allow us to appreciate a variety of Marijuana climatic events.


Nearly two years after launch , and nearly 18 months after landing on Mars , NASA ‘s Perseverance rover has hours of audio recordings from the surface of the Red Planet.

NASA scientists have boiled down a year’s worth of Martian audio recordings to a five-hour playlist of the greatest hits from Mars .

The sounds offer a new way to experience the Maricano environment and have also helped confirm theories about how sounds travel the planet.