Chesea Gohd, journalist for Space.com and a musician using the stage name Foxanne, accepted the challenge from Thomas Zurbuchen, administrator of NASA's Directorate of Scientific Missions. What challenge is this?
This Monday (22) NASA launched a huge batch of material captured by the Perseverance rover on the surface of Mars. The material includes videos, images and the first sounds recorded on another planet, a record of the Martian wind made with the microphones built into the robot. That said, Thomas asked: “who will compose the first song with sounds recorded on Mars?”.
Check out the result in “Hello, Mars”, a song that opens with a few seconds of the sound of the Martian wind, captured by Perseverance: