This video turned out to be fake.

I thought it was, because it literally sounded like an aquarium and it looked like someone took a video of a desert from their back porch.

WATCH the video with your sound on so you can hear what Mars does NOT sound like in this FAKE video that was viewed over a million times on Twitter:



If you want my description, it sounds like when you put your ear up to a seashell. (UPDATE turns out I was right!)

A more informative bit of information from NASA:

Less than a day after NASA’s Mars 2020 Perseverance rover successfully landed on the surface of Mars, engineers and scientists at the agency’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Southern California were hard at work, awaiting the next transmissions from Perseverance. As data gradually came in, relayed by several spacecraft orbiting the Red Planet, the Perseverance team were relieved to see the rover’s health reports, which showed everything appeared to be working as expected.

Adding to the excitement was a high-resolution image taken during the rover’s landing. While NASA’s Mars Curiosity rover sent back a stop-motion movie of its descent, Perseverance’s cameras are intended to capture video of its touchdown and this new still image was taken from that footage, which is still being relayed to Earth and processed.

Maybe this is where Maxine Waters and Nancy Pelosi can move to.