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Mars rover Perseverance: first photos from the surface of Mars

It made a historic breakthrough in NASA's search for life in space. Mars Rover Perseverance successfully landed on the red planet Mars.

NASA’s Perseverance rover landed on Mars and sent the first images from the planet.

NASA’s Perseverance rover, which has successfully landed on Mars by traveling more than 470 million kilometers, has come to the end of its approximately 7-month journey.

The moment of landing on Mars, which was watched publicly on live broadcast, attracted the attention of the whole world.

The main task of the device, which was launched from Earth on July 30, is to search for traces of bacterial life on the planet.

NASA gave everyone the opportunity to “take pictures on Mars”

In honor of this successful mission, NASA has prepared a little surprise: now anyone can take pictures against the background of Mars.

“Welcome to Mars! We can’t get you to Mars (yet!), But we can take you to the Red Planet. Take control of the flight or go to Mars with a rover,” NASA developers said.

To “take pictures on Mars”, you need to:

  1. Follow the link and upload your photo; (https://mars.nasa.gov/mars2020/participate/photo-booth)
  2. Choose a background;
  3. Upload and save images;
  4. Share with #CountdownToMars.

NASA says the Perseverance mission is a very important and turning point in Red Planet research.

What Are People Thinking?

Some of our politicians don’t always appreciate the scientists / astronauts / engineers / mathematicians, etc., but the majority of Americans are extremely proud of the work they do.

Good job you did us all proud back here on earth, a magical moment in a time of anguish and desperation and separation, you brought the world together!

It is funny how different people are in this world. Some people make machines that travel for 6 months in space and safely land in different planets and others really wonder if the video they just saw was real or CGI … Maybe as a species we are not ready for Mars yet…

It is very encouraging to see in the control room so much diversity, people from different cultures, ethnicities and backgrounds working together and achieving amazing things.

We are excited for all the adventures we have had thanks to Perseverance.

I’m no conspiracy theorist, but some of these images and videos appear to be computer-generated.

Of course the video is fake, they literally tell you, because such a video takes a week to render on earth.


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