Perseverance has now landed safely on Mars and the mission team was busy testing that the rover and its flying allied engine are in tiptoe shape. Perseverance was busy sending back some images from its surroundings and NASA posted a strange scene while the rover was landing. That figure shows that perseverance still drawn in the sky crane about two meters (6.5 feet) above the land of Mars – and obviously, this is just the beginning. NASA has announced that the image of the landing will show live during a press conference on Monday, December 2, ET (Evening UTC) Monday, December 22.
The rover is equipped with 23 cameras as well as 2 microphones, so it expected that the footage of its landing might also contain some interesting recordings of the Red Planet. Perseverance will be the first rover capable of capturing true audio from Mars. It takes us from the weekend to other viral and Mars-related media. You may have seen a video from Red Planet claiming to be the first with original audio. Unfortunately, however, this is somewhat confusing. The footage is from Mars, based on a 1.8 billion pixel panoramic from NASA Rover Curiosity. A majestic 360 view has created with 1000 images of a region called Glen Torridon, next to Mount Sharp, where Curiosity came in late 2019.The new video contains an attached audio track whose origin is obscure. It is not a recording of what Mount Sharp sounds like, but it could be Mars-related. Many have found similarities between the audio and recordings of NASA’s InSight Earthquake Experimental Structure (CIS) test. sonification of the first possible Marsquake in 2019, this new viral video of Martian trembling because of the wind has a striking resemblance to the word similar so the video seems too made from authentic Martian observations, total, in this case, manipulating the sum of its parts. To see video and audio recordings from Mars, we have to wait for the perseverance to fully managed, so it requires some patience on our part. However, NASA is really creating excitement about the landing video so that we can most likely have a multi-sensory experience on the Red Planet very soon.