Listen to the first sounds recorded on Mars

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Nasa scientists release the first sounds ever recorded on Mars, a light gust of wind on the planet’s surface on Monday.

‘I invite you now to, if you would like to, close your eyes and just imagine yourself sitting on the surface of Mars and listening to the surroundings,’ says Dave Gruel, camera suite lead for the Perseverance rover

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