NASA has also released the first video of the rover landing on the Red Planet.
The microphone did not work during the descent, but the rover was able to capture the sound as soon as it landed on the surface of Mars.
NASA engineers played a short audio clip of what they said was a gust of wind on the roof.
The three-minute and 25-second video showed the parachute opening and the rover landing on the roof in a cloud of dust.
“These are really great video clips,” Michael Watkins, director of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, told reporters. “It’s the first time we’ve been able to film an event like the landing on Mars.”
The rover has been operating as expected so far, said Jessica Samuels, lead director of Perseverance on the roof. “I am pleased to announce that Perseverance is fine,” she added.