“to see is to believe”… “seeing is believing”… Agree or not, visual is the most appreciated info when it comes to verifying facts. NASA’s Mars 2020 Perseverance rover is now 81 hours old on Mars. Yet, the landing still fresh and the excitement have yet to settle.
The latest Mars mission milestone may now be history, what’s left for us to do is to cement that we really nailed the most precise Entry, Descent and Landing of any Mars probe we have sent. The crucial process undergone remotely and what better to validate the “clock work” execution if we have some proof on-site and captured that moment.
High Resolution Imaging Experiment ( HiRISE ) – a very powerful onboard the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter capturing images of the Martian terrain. So powerful that it could pinpoint a kitchen table on surface of Mars. It was the first to witness as Mars 2020 descended and deployed parachute in the Martian atmosphere as shown above image.
Notable HiRISE capture with Mars 2020 Perseverance Rover twin Curiosity
Post card from Mars
Mars 2020 Perseverance rover is almost 4 Sols (Martian days) on Mars alone hoping for us to join him and be a witness on the next adventures as it traverse Jezero crater doing science and finding clues if Mars did once support life. Or perhaps will support life. No Selfie, yet. But here it is the first full color of Mars to you from Percy.
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