There is a lot of Danish-developed equipment built into the robot, which will hopefully land on Mars on Thursday night, where it will search for life. And Danish companies should do even more to get involved in the space, says Denmark’s largest business organization, because it saves both money and jobs.
Microphones from Danish DPA Microphones must ensure that we can hear for the first time what it sounds like when a vessel lands on Mars.
From Mozart to Mars
The Danish sound recording equipment, which in contrast to much other equipment on the space mission, is actually standard equipment. It consists of DPA’s 4006 ball microphone, an MMA-A digital converter and an MMP-G modular active cable.
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