The us space Agency NASA has published a recording of the noise of the wind on Mars. This noise was recorded by the seismograph and pressure sensors of the spacecraft InSight that in late November, successfully landed on the red planet.
So, the spacecraft recorded vibrations of the wind speed which ranged from 16 to 24 kilometers per hour.
Sound frequency is in the lower range of human hearing, i.e., sound too bass. So NASA experts increased the frequency of the sound two octaves so it can be heard on mobile devices.
For the same indications of the pressure transducers was amplified 100 times.
Sound is recommended to listen to audio with a subwoofer or headphones.
The noise of the wind on Mars: watch the video
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