NASA estimates the winds were blowing slowly at around "5 to 7 meters a second" from the northwest to the southeast of the surface of the planet on December 1.
New images from NASA's Mars InSight lander show its robotic arm is ready to do some lifting. Hindustan Times delivers the news across all social media platforms, on the web, and at your doorstep.
A partial view of the deck of NASA's InSight lander, where it stands on the Martian plains Elysium Planitia.
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In the video posted on Twitter, NASA said mission engineers will eventually move the seismometer off the lander and onto the ground. These are the first sounds from Mars that are detectible by human ears, according to the researchers. The air pressure sensor, part of the Auxiliary Payload Sensor Subsystem (APSS), which will collect meteorological data, recorded these air vibrations directly.
InSight's seismometer and another sensor picked up the noise, and it was not planned. It's like InSight is cupping its ears and hearing the Mars wind beating on it.
As reported InSight spacecraft landed on the surface Марса26 November.
The audio was captured by two different pieces of state of the art, hyper sensitive recording equipment aboard the lander.
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This is the only phase of the mission during which the seismometer, called the Seismic Experiment for Interior Structure SEIS, will be capable of detecting vibrations generated directly by the lander. The lander will measure whether tremors have the same effect as earthquakes.
"We're all still on a high from the landing last week. and here we are less than two weeks after landing, and we've already got some awesome new science", said NASA's Lori Glaze, acting director of planetary science.
NASA sent microphones to Mars on the Mars Polar Lander spacecraft in 1999, which crashed during its landing attempt, and on the Phoenix Mars lander; that instrument was left turned off, however, because it could have caused problems during landing.
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