Put on your headphones and get ready to be blown away.
The space agency NASA has informed that it has heard the first-ever sounds of winds on Mars.
The sounds are vibrations which were captured by NASA’s InSight lander which landed on the Red Planet last week.
Until 24 November 2020, the spacecraft will remain there and measure quakes that occur someplace on Mars.
However, this week, the spacecraft recorded a little unpredictable.
NASA said, “InSight sensors captured a haunting low rumble caused by vibrations from the wind, estimated to be blowing between 10 to 25 mph (5 to 7 meters a second) on Dec. 1, from northwest to southeast.”