NASA’s first-ever audio recording of Mars’ wind is out, on December 10, 2018. The recording by the Mars InSight lander attracted a lot of attention. Likewise, the first singer on Mars will be more popular than Justin Bieber or Taylor Swift.
Insight Managed to Catch Wind Vibrations
The NASA Mars Insight, which landed on Mars on November 26, managed to record wind vibrations on December 1. The 10 to 15 mph wind was barely perceptible to the human ear. Thus, the vibrations got raised two octaves so that people could hear them. They sounded like low engine rumbles.
First Singer on Mars Will Be More Popular Than Justin Bieber or Taylor Swift
Just like the Mars Insight, the first singer on Mars will be more popular than Justin Bieber or Taylor Swift. Imagine that Yuri Gagarin, the first man in space, attracted the attention of nations and crowds across the globe. Now, imagine the Mars colonization, and a broadcast to Earth when the first singer on Mars sings. The first singer on Mars will, over his or her lifetime, be the ambassador for the Mars music industry. He or she would be more popular than Justin Bieber or Taylor Swift.
Life on Mars Will Be Unrealistically Artsy
The first singer on Mars would open the Mars region up to the arts. Further industries that can follow the first singer on Mars can include art production, nonprofit art organizations for Mars art donation purposes, art schools, and even art tourists. It could be very profitable.
Just like everyone spoke about Yuri Gagarin when he was in space, everyone could speak about the first singer. The first Martian artist could struggle to sing songs in the oxygen-choked atmosphere. Thus, the audio recordings might need special manipulation or techniques that bring out the sound. However, once this gets figured out, Martian people can begin hosting their own ‘YouTube’ channels.
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