US space agency Mars Perseverance Rover (NASA) recently released an “amazing” image of the red planet.
As detailed by NASA, the Mars Perseverance rover captured the rocky view in front of Santa Cruz Hill at the Jezero Crater on Mars.
The image is a color-enhanced mosaic from multiple recordings taken by the space probe. Created using the left and right eye views of the Perseverance Mastcam-Z camera system.
According to NASA, the rover will pave the way for human exploration of the Red Planet and will showcase Mars’ geology and past climate.
NASA’s Perseverance probe reveals ‘cool’ image of Mars
Perseverance will also be the first space probe to collect and store samples of Martian rocks like the ones you see here.
These rocks are examples of the type of rock the team called “chal” (pronounced “chish”), and the Navajo word means “frog.”
Also, according to the information, the diameter of the rocks is about 50 cm on average. Check out the great record:
NASA’s Mars Probe
Mars 2020 was launched from Earth on the Atlas V launch vehicle on July 30, 2020 by NASA.
The landing is confirmed in the Martian crater Jezero on February 18, 2021.
Text with information from NASA
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