“The rover carries a pair of microphones, which – if all goes as planned – will provide interesting and historic audio of the arrival and landing at Mars, along with sounds of the rover at work and of wind and other ambient noise,” the report added.
Further, we came across a tweet by Simon Stähler, a seismologist, who claimed the audio used in the viral video is of NASA InSight’s seismometer.
In April 2019, NASA had published a report titled: “NASA’s InSight Lander Captures Audio of First Likely ‘Quake’ on Mars”.
The report includes an audio file that shows the first recorded “trembling that appears to have come from inside the planet, as opposed to being caused by forces above the surface, such as wind”.
However, we haven’t been able to independently verify whether the audio heard in the viral video is indeed the one that was released by NASA in 2019.