Saturday, November 27

Perseverance: the images that NASA’s robot is sending from Mars

  • Jonathan Amos
  • BBC Science Correspondent

Perseverance seen from the rocket that aided him


The Perseverance robot when it was landing on Mars, seen from the rocket that aided its descent.

NASA published some amazing images sent from Mars by the Perseverance robot mission.

One of the photos shows the vehicle on its way to land on the red planet. It was captured by the rocket that helped Perseverance descend in a controlled manner towards the Martian surface.

After its first hours, the robot already has a large amount of data in your memory banks that are gradually being transferred to Earth.

Another of the new images is the one sent by a satellite in the orbit of Mars, which recorded the moment when the robot descended with its parachute.

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