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NASA's Curiosity Rover recorded a strange audio frequency on August 7, 2015. A strong narrowband radio signal detected by NASA. The bandwidth of the signal is less than 10 kHz. Jerry Z. Audio Development Laboratory (ADL) working in the NASA since 20years extracted the frequency from 100 - 275Hz and heard the first music record from space specially from the planet Mars. Since August 7, 2015, NASA reseach to find out exactly where this music symphony come from and what provoke this strange sound. The frequencies has been recorded near the Olympus Mons (Mount Olympus).

 

See the video:https://youtu.be/rumr70m7tdU

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NASA's Curiosity Rover recorded a strange audio frequency on August 7, 2015. A strong narrowband radio signal detected by NASA. The bandwidth of the signal is less than 10 kHz. Jerry Z. Audio Development Laboratory (ADL) working in the NASA since 20years extracted the frequency from 100 - 275Hz and heard the first music record from space specially from the planet Mars. Since August 7, 2015, NASA reseach to find out exactly where this music symphony come from and what provoke this strange sound. The frequencies has been recorded near the Olympus Mons (Mount Olympus).

 

See the video:https://youtu.be/rumr70m7tdU

It sounds like the Rover ran over a Martian. Good Job.

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NASA's Curiosity Rover recorded a strange audio frequency on August 7, 2015. A strong narrowband radio signal detected by NASA. The bandwidth of the signal is less than 10 kHz. Jerry Z. Audio Development Laboratory (ADL) working in the NASA since 20years extracted the frequency from 100 - 275Hz and heard the first music record from space specially from the planet Mars. Since August 7, 2015, NASA reseach to find out exactly where this music symphony come from and what provoke this strange sound. The frequencies has been recorded near the Olympus Mons (Mount Olympus).

 

See the video:https://youtu.be/rumr70m7tdU

Cool. Happy April fools right?

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