NASA’s Perseverance spacecraft recorded the first audio recordings of laser pulses over Mars.
NASA shared the audio recording of 30 hits with different heights. It was emphasized that the sound recording included 30 beats, some of which were slightly louder than others.
Rhythmic beat sounds were recorded after being heard by the microphone in the vehicle’s SuperCam device.
It was explained that the sounds are of different intensity and can help the team understand the structure of the rocks around the vehicle.
“You are listening to the first sound recordings of laser pulses on Mars”
In the post on the social media account of the NASA Perseverance spacecraft, “You are listening to the first sound recordings of laser pulses on Mars. “These rhythmic beat sounds heard by the microphone on my SuperCam have different intensities that can help my team understand the structure of the rocks around me.”