Signs of life? NASA’s first published audio recording from Mars


NASA experts continue to delight with unusual materials, which forward is on Mars the Mars InSight.

This is reported by the media.

This time the U.S. space Agency has published the audio recording of the wind on the red planet.

“People had never heard the noise of the wind on Mars! Listen to the sound of the wind on Mars, who recorded Mars InSight, wrote in his Twitter Director of NASA Jim Breidenstein.

In addition, the scientists said that the wind speed was 5 m/s to 7 m/sec.

Also in Department noted that one of the main objectives of this mission will be the measurement of movement.

“One of the objectives of our mission is the measurement of movement on Mars, and, of course, this includes movement caused by sound waves,” commented the recording head of the scientific research program of Mars Bruce Banerdt.

However, it is worth noting that the NASA space probe reached the asteroid, which scientists expect to find answers to where life came from on Earth.

About two years device called Osiris-Rex flew to Benn. During this time he managed to overcome 80 million miles.

Monday, December 3, to the Ground came the signal that the probe arrived at the destination.

Bennu is an ancient asteroid, which was formed in the early days of our Solar system. More than 4.5 billion years old, he flew around the Sun and its composition was determined in the first 10 million years of formation of the system. Scientists suggest that it may play the role of a time capsule and let sagaramati in the distant past of the Earth.

Asteroid Bennu is so old that it probably contains ancient organic molecules that could give impetus to the development of life on earth.

Recall that scientists can’t explain the bizarre tremors, all of us?

As reported by “Know.ia”, SpaceX launched into orbit from 64 satellites, this is an absolute record in the history of mankind.

Also “Know.Eeyore” wrote that mankind foretold a horrible death.

The probe, launched two years ago, sat on a celestial body Benn


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