By the way, humans sent a robot to another planet, and the robot sent us the sound of a dust devil. On. Another. Planet.

A composite image shows a photograph of the martian surface, showing a sloping terrain with a low hills in the distance. A processed image shows dust particles. A line chart shows a steep drop in atmospheric pressure, and a chart displays "sound amplitude" representing when the sound of wind and dust particles driven by the wind was picked up by the robot's microphone.

Mars rover captures first sound of dust devil on red planet.

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