First footage of Mars sent by NASA’s Perseverance Rover, watch video

Mars Landing: US space agency NASA has shared a video of the latest footage of Mars. The video was sent from Mars by NASA’s Perseverance Rover.

Landing of mars

Mars Landing: US space agency NASA has shared a video of the latest footage of Mars. The video was sent from Mars by NASA’s Perseverance Rover. The rover landed on the red earth of Mars with the help of a parachute. This landing moment is captured on camera. Four days earlier, on February 19, seven months after Earth, the strongly rover successfully landed on Mars.

What’s in the video?
The rover, which has a record 25 cameras, has captured the red gravel land of Mars from various angles. This is the first time such a close-up video of Mars has appeared on Earth. According to the video, the surface of Mars is looking rough. Large pits are also found on the surface from time to time. Looking at Mars, it feels like a desert. As the rover approaches the surface of Mars, the dust on the ground surface quickly blows up from its surface winds. This video is of a time when the rover is only 20 meters from the surface. As the pass approaches, the eight wheels of the rover open and descend to the surface of Mars.

Water discovery on mars
Suppose that persistence will work to create oxygen from carbon dioxide on Mars and to search for water on Mars. Also, Mars will study the signs of life under the ground. Perseverance will also study the weather and atmosphere of Mars.

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