The alloy wheels of the Mars diligence rover hit the rocky terrain, and they were heard on two recently released audio tracks.
First Edition Raw Cut. For more than 16 minutes, listeners can hear the cruise and the sound of loud scratches Engineers It is thought that this may be caused by electromagnetic interference or its suspension and contact between the surface.
The output indicates that the EDL microphone is subject to limited testing prior to start-up, not for ground operations.
The second version lasts only 90 seconds and filters out some noise from the unfiltered area.
“If I hear these noises while driving, I’m going to ask my car to pull over,” said Dave Kruls, chief engineer of the camera and sub-microphone system. You ask, it makes perfect sense where it was recorded. “
Since then, diligence has been widely tested It landed on Mars on February 18th In preparation for upcoming trips.
Rover begins searching for suitable aircraft for Mars discovery helicopter to test its first aircraft tests, NASA’s Jet Engine Laboratory on Wednesday Advertise She chose a site.
Then he will begin to look for and tolerate the old symptoms Microbial life Seriously.