The setup is cheap and can be made with parts easily found online. But the system does have one giant hitch. Because sound is a pressure wave that travels through air, it won’t work where there isn’t any, like on the moon. And it can’t generate enough force to counteract static cling in the thin, low-pressure Martian atmosphere. To work, the dust buster needs to be sealed in an enclosed, pressurized space station.
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