Los Angeles: NASA’s veteran attempt succeeds. The rover, which was first sent to Mars, landed on Mars for the first time. Analysts have released a picture taken by a rover on the surface of the red planet Mars.
On February 19, NASA’s persistent rover successfully traveled from Earth to Mars for seven months. The rover, valued at $ 3 billion, has a range of 222.45 million kilometers. The first mission to Mars was carried out. Photos and videos of the rover landing were released on Tuesday.
This six-wheeled car-sized rover can accurately study astronomy. The video footage of the amazing footprints on Mars is amazing to watch. The rover crawled a total of 6.5 meters (21.3 feet) for about half an hour.
How it happened
The place where the rover landed is considered to be the disappearing lake or river bank. The rover moved 4 meters (13.1 ft) under the guidance of mission analysts at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JBL) near Los Angeles. Then turn 150 degrees to the left and go back 2.5 meters (8.2 feet).
The best milestone
“It worked incredibly well,” Anees Jarifian, JBL’s test engineer, told reporters. The photo taken by Rosa was released by NASA.
The view is rough when looking at the surrounding landscape. In the distance the rocks are high.
What is its job
Plans an extra and short distance test run. Called the Excitement, the rover averages 200 meters a day, but NASA believes it is important to find traces of fossil microorganisms.
When will the rocks come
So far, all of its equipment, including the Rover and its flagship robotic arm, seems to be working flawlessly, said Robert Hawke, JPL Laboratory Assistant Task Manager. Meanwhile, NASA scientists have not yet completed the task of digging up rock samples from Mars and bringing them back to Earth. It is reported that work will begin soon.