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NASA has shown a video footage from its perseverance rover landing and shared audio recorded on the red planet for the very first time.
The full call of footage shows the spacecraft blasting off its heat shield and deploying its parachute.
Before the rover itself is finally loaded onto the surface of Mars.
While the rovers onboard microphone didn't work during the highest speed descent, it did record after landing, capturing the eerie sounds of Martian winds.
The rover will now run instrument checks before starting its mission to search for signs of ancient life.
Spotify has announced a new subscription to a known as hi fi to deliver CD quality lossless audio.
While Spotify didn't announce pricing hi fi is designed to be an add on to the regular A $10 a month premium account, and is expected to be priced to compete with rival lossless streaming services like title, which is $20 a month Hi Fi will launch later this year, though we're yet to learn which countries will get first access.
And finally SpaceX has Satellite Internet service starlink is set to double it speeds by the end of the year.
In a tweet to a starlink customers SpaceX CEO Elon Musk said the service will offer speeds close to 300 megabits per second later in 2021.
While latency would drop to 20 milliseconds, Musk said stylings coverage would expand to most and then all of Earth by next year before densifying coverage.
And that's likely to mean more Starlink satellites launched into low Earth orbit.
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