Call from Mars

decide which sound we will broadcast from Mars to Earth

In March 2021 the first European planetary rover will land on Mars as part of the ExoMars mission. The rover's landing platform will carry 11 sound recordings (selected in this project) in the memory of a Czech scientific instrument. The sound recording that receives the most votes before the ExoMars probe lands on Mars will be transmitted back to Earth.

Sound recording detail

Sylvain KEPLER - Blue Travel

Author: Sylvain KEPLER
Country: France
Number of votes: 0
Basic description of sound
Designed to dance in the Milky Way to discover dozens of Earth-size extrasolar planets in or near the habitable zone and estimate how many of the billions of stars in our galaxy have such planets, Kepler's sole instrument are synths that continually monitors the brightness of over 145,000 main sequence stars in a fixed field of view. This data is transmitted to Earth to the clubs, then analyzed to detect periodic dimming caused by extrasolar planets that cross in front of their host star.
Basic description of sound (English)
Designed to dance in the Milky Way to discover dozens of Earth-size extrasolar planets in or near the habitable zone and estimate how many of the billions of stars in our galaxy have such planets, Kepler's sole instrument are synths that continually monitors the brightness of over 145,000 main sequence stars in a fixed field of view. This data is transmitted to Earth to the clubs, then analyzed to detect periodic dimming caused by extrasolar planets that cross in front of their host star.
Transcription of sound
« It's one small step for Man, one giant leap for Humanity »
Transcription of sound (English)
« It's one small step for Man, one giant leap for Humanity »

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