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 Zandef Deksit, Inc. was founded in Southern California in 2016, as an independent consultant for NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, working together along with DPA Microphones in returning to Earth the first sounds of Mars with the Perseverance rover on Feb 20th, 2021 (Sol 2).

 Read about the DPA microphone that made the journey to Mars

Currently developing Lunar ExoCam, a remotely deployed camera & sensor payload system designed in partnership with Honeybee Robotics (Altadena, CA) that will inform future modeling of regolith migration during lunar landings while returning a thrilling new vision of rocket landings on other worlds.

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Press, INTERVIEWS & FUNDING ANNOUNCEMENTS

2021.10.20 | NASA PRESS RELEASE

Action! Filming a Simulated Lunar Landing From the Dusty Desert Floor 

2021.03.01 | KTLA Morning News

Technology / Interview: EDLCAM mic & ‘Lunar ExoCam’ project review

2021.02.22 | NASA Website

NASA’s Perseverance Rover Microphone Captures Sounds from Mars

2021.02.18 | KCRW 89.9 “All Things Considered”

From studio to space: How one LA musician put a microphone on Mars

2021.02.17 | WIRED.com

The LA Musician Who Helped Design a Microphone for Mars

2021.02.17 | Space.com

The sounds of Mars: NASA’s Perseverance rover will put ears on the Red Planet for the 1st time

2020.11.13 | ASU NewSpace Press Release

Lunar ExoCam: NASA selects high-definition imaging system for commercial flight test

2020.10.19 | Space.com – NASA Flight Opportunities Funding

‘Lunar ExoCam’ project aims to film spacecraft touchdowns on the moon…