All about NASA Perseverance Rover, NASAs Persistence Rover landed first Image Released

NASA's Perserverance Mars Rover landed on Mars late Thursday night to hunt for life. US Space Agency NASA's Perseverance Aircraft landed on the most dangerous surface of Mars (Mars) at the Jjero crater at around 2.30 pm on Thursday. There used to be water on this surface. NASA has claimed that this is the most accurate landing on a rover's mars in history. NASA released its first picture shortly after landing on the surface of Mars, the red planet of Persistence Rover. It is believed that NASA's mission will give the world great information about Mars.

NASA Perseverance Rover


The space agency NASA's Perseverance Mars Rover Twitter handle released its first photo when the rover landed. With this picture, NASA's Perseverance Mars Rover wrote a caption - 'Hello world, my first look from my own home.' Apart from this, NASA has also tweeted some videos, in which scientists are seen swinging happily as soon as the rover lands.

The process of landing on Mars of the Perseverance Mars Rover was quite dangerous. Before its landing, the rover had to go through a 7-minute phase called the Terror of Seven Minutes. From there the radio signal took more than 11 minutes to reach the earth. Not only this, during this time the Perseverance Rover had a speed of 12 thousand 500 mph and this rover was completely safe from heat shield.


What is Jajero Crater: Actually, Jajero Crater is considered to be the most inaccessible terrain of the red planet ie Mars. The Jagero crater is in a way a collection of deep valleys, sharp mountains, pointy cliffs, sand dunes and boulders.

Let's know everything about NASA's Persistence Mars Rover ..

Perseverance is NASA's fifth rover

After reaching Mars, it will be the 9th to land on its surface. The plutonium-crossed rover of a car size is NASA's fifth rover landing on Mars. Perseverance with 23 cameras is not only capable of recording video, but will also be able to record these voices. For this, two microphones have been installed in it.


Seven minutes of awe

It takes 11 minutes for a signal to come from Mars to Earth. That is, as soon as NASA scientists got the signal of the vehicle's entry into Mars atmosphere. By then, the rover had touched the ground of Mars, and scientists would have had to wait for the next signal to become so safe. NASA scientists have called this time seven minutes of awe. There will be some challenges before him.


You can get answers to many questions

This six-wheeled device will descend on Mars and gather information and will also bring samples of rocks, which can answer these questions whether there was ever life on the red planet. Scientists believe that if there had ever been life on Mars, it would have been three to four billion years ago, when water flowed on the planet. One of the main questions related to philosophy, theology and space science can be found from Rover. Scientist of this project Ken Williford said, are we alone in this vast cosmic desert or is there life elsewhere? Does life anytime, anywhere result in favorable circumstances?

NASA Perseverance Rover Landing Photos: 'Perseverance' is the largest rover ever sent by NASA. This is the ninth Mars mission of the US Space Agency since the 1970s. Landing the rover on the surface of a planet is the most risky task in space science because in the past such efforts have been successful only in half of these efforts.

NASA Perseverance Rover: The US space agency 'NASA' has created history by landing a Perception Rover on Mars. The Perceived Rover has successfully landed on Mars today, seven months after taking off from Earth. NASA has achieved this great success under the leadership of Indian-American scientist Dr. Swati Mohan. This vehicle will explore life possibilities on Mars.


NASA engineer Dr. Swati Mohan said, 'Touchdown on Mars has been confirmed! Now it is ready to start looking for signs of life. Swati Mohan was coordinating with the GN&C subsystem and the entire project team in the control room while the whole world was watching this historic landing. According to Indian time, at about 2.25 am on Friday, NASA's rover landed on Mars.

Was there ever life on Mars or not?

This six-wheeled device will gather information on Mars and will bring such rocks, which can answer these questions, whether there was ever life on the red planet. Scientists believe that if there had ever been life on Mars, it would have been three to four billion years ago, when water flowed on the planet. Scientists hope that the rover can get an answer to a main question related to philosophy, theology and space science. Scientist of this project Ken Williford said, 'Are we alone in this vast cosmic desert or is there life somewhere else? Does life ever, anywhere give favorable circumstances? 



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