NASA records eerie sounds known as ‘dust devils’ on Mars

Nasa records eerie sounds known as 'dust devils' on mars

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NASA records eerie sounds known as ‘dust devils’ on Mars. Dust tornadoes over 387 feet (118 m) tall are skimming along the surface of Mars, scientists have found. Known as ‘dust devils,’ these whirlwinds swirl around at speeds of 25 mph (40 kph), blowing up grit and particles as they go. NASA’s Perseverance rover took the first ever audio recording of the phenomenon, which provides insight into the atmosphere and weather on the Red Planet. This could help engineers design future Mars missions, as bombardment from the dust has implications on the hardware we send up.

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