Whether it was through a movie or reality, humans have always wondered what it would be like if a significant space rock hit Earth. But on neighboring Mars, NASA says, scientists were able to ...
NASA released a recording of the Martian meteoroid making impact, where Star Wars-esque “bloop” sounds are heard three times as the meteoroid enters the atmosphere, explodes into pieces ...
But according to new audio from NASA, it turns out that when it comes to a meteoroid hitting Mars, it's more of a "bloop" than a "boom." NASA has been working on getting the sound for years.
NASA shared audio of the whole event on Monday. Take a listen below. "Strangely, it's more like a 'bloop' than a 'bam!'" science writer Corey Powell said on Twitter. NASA's Mars Reconnaissance ...
Bloop. That’s the sound a rock makes when it slams into Mars. At least, that’s what NASA’s InSight instrument picked up last September when it captured the faint — and, frankly ...
The Martian lander has been looking for seismic and acoustic waves from impacts since 2018. (opens in new tab) (opens in new tab) (opens in new tab) (opens in new tab) (opens in new tab) The Mars ...
Hays added a pair Tuesday, too, with that bloop double and a sharp single to left. When Hays looks back on last season, his swings against first pitches and offerings over the heart of the plate ...