Video: The golden moment of NASA’s Mars mission, the rover was able to record the sound of the Ingenuity helicopter. NASA Perseverance Rover on Mars Sends Video for the First Time with Audio of Helicopter Flight

Video: The golden moment of NASA's Mars mission, the rover was able to record the sound of the Ingenuity helicopter.  NASA Perseverance Rover on Mars Sends Video for the First Time with Audio of Helicopter Flight

NASA’s rover also recorded the sound made by helicopter leaves. NASA Firmness Rover Record Audio

NASA Helicopter on Mars

Washington: World famous space research organization NASA has shared a video about Mars mission on social media. The video shows the completion of the fourth flight of NASA’s Ingenuity helicopter. NASA’s rover also recorded the sound made by the wings of the helicopter. (NASA Perseverance Rover on Mars sent video with audio of helicopter flight)

Record sound for the first time

For the first time on Mars, NASA’s rover has recorded the sound of a helicopter leaf. NASA shared this video on social media on May 7. NASA’s rotorcraft helicopter successfully completes its fourth flight on Mars. This video is three minutes long. At the beginning of the video, the sound comes slowly from the flight of the helicopter. The blades of the rotorcraft rotate at a speed of 2400 rpm, so the sound produced can be heard in the video.

Where was the rover during the helicopter flight?

The chief engineers of NASA’s Mars mission were skeptical about whether the sound of the helicopter’s wings could be recorded. Because NASA’s Preservation Rover was 262 feet or 80 meters away at the time of the helicopter’s flight. However, the sound is recorded in Rover’s Supercam Mars microphone.

What did the scientist say?

A French scientist, David Mimoun, says that the sound sent by Rover to NASA is important. The video was captured by a Super Cam Mars microphone in a NASA rover. Supercam is used to study the structure of rock on Mars. David Momiyun has said that the Mars-sounding video is a golden moment for us in the Mars mission. Mars has 96 percent carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.

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