NASA’s rover successfully landed on Mars

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Another guest of Earth has reached Mars. The US space agency NASA successfully landed its Mars Preservation Rover in the Jjero Crater on the night of 18 February. With this, America has become the first country in the world to send the highest rover on Mars. The purpose of sending this rover to Mars is to find out the ancient life. Take a sample of clay and stones and return to the earth.

NASA's rover successfully landed on Mars

Another guest of Earth has reached Mars. The US space agency NASA successfully landed its Mars Perseverance Rover at the Jjero Crater at around 2.30 pm on 18 February. With this, America has become the first country in the world to send the highest rover on Mars. The purpose of sending this rover to Mars is to find out the ancient life. Take a sample of clay and stones and return to the earth.

Jezero Crater is an extremely inaccessible terrain of Mars. The Jjero crater has deep valleys, sharp mountains, pointed cliffs, sand dunes and a sea of ​​stones. In such a situation, the scientists of the world were eyeing the success of the landing of Perseverance Mars Rover. NASA had already said that this would be the most accurate landing ever. It is believed that the river first flowed into the Jezero Crater. Which was found in a lake.

NASA's rover successfully landed on Mars
Mars Perseverance Rover sent this picture as soon as it landed on the surface of Mars. Photo: NASA

After 11 minutes will get any information of Mars

The second biggest concern for NASA scientists was the entry of Perseverance Rover into Mars’ atmosphere, its descent and landing. All these works took about 7 minutes. For these seven minutes, the scientists of NASA were breathing slowly because every information about the landing of the Perseverance on Mars was being received by the scientists on the earth after 11 minutes 22 seconds.

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