Listen: Principal Investigator, Danny Roll And NASA discussed on WOR Programming
"The sound of wind on Mars for the first time ever, and we're gonna play it for you. Right now, just a second. According to the two NASA sensors aboard the craft picked up a haunting low rumble last weekend, which was determined to be ten to fifteen mile per hour. Winds coming from a dust devil that had steered stirred up nearby. The Lander the principal investigator for the Lander marveled that quote, this audio was an unplanned treat. And so if you go to the website at coast to coast AM dot com, you can read more about that story. But if you want to go ahead, Danny roll it. Here's the sound of the wind on Mars. This is what wind on Mars sounds like this is amplified, by the way. Because it was kind of fainted I, but when they just the audio. This is what you in here. Pretty much sounds like wind. Wind except it's on Mars. That's probably nothing like the wind. They're hearing tonight. Along the Gulf states here in America. Because of this major storm thing, it seems like every time on coast to coast. There's a new storm. That's that's building and moving east. So I just want to give you the heads up for those of you traveling. It's it looks like a real bad one. If you haven't heard could be just like eighteen inches of snow near Boone North Carolina where a friend of mine lives near right by Appalachian state university. I mean, that's a that's a ton dumping and especially before Christmas. But this is it's a it's a system that's going to bring a lot of rain, freezing, rain and snow all the way up into the mid Atlantic states. So keep an eye on that over the next couple of days, it might just dredge up more stuff on the beaches. It happened last time. You know, whenever you got these big major storms off the coast."