NASA's new Mars Lander has picked up the first sounds of the Mars Wind.
Jet Propulsion Laboratory released alien wind audio clips on Friday. The low-frequency rumble was collected by the InSight lander during Mars' first one and a half week operations.
Scientists agree that the sound has a different world, and you feel like you're sitting on the spaceship and enjoying the breeze of Mars.
The noise is the wind blowing against InSight's solar panels and the resulting vibrations of the entire spacecraft. The sounds were recorded with an air pressure sensor in the lander, which is part of a weather station, and with the seismometer on the deck of the spacecraft.
InSight landed on Mars on November 26, just seven months after take-off, on board a rocket at Vandenberg Air Force Base.