Sol 77 Images on Video
Sol 77, Martian Day, is never been bright and on the images on this Sol shines brighter on Perseverance rover. It’s now mid spring in Jezero Crater. Temperatures are between -81°C to -22°C cold as ever, for any human of course. But, with the rover’s radioisotope thermoelectric power generator, I don’t think the rover have to worry for heat generated from the plutonium-238 for the next 87.7 years of its half-lift.
To get the latest update on Mars Weather report from Perseverance. Check this link > Mars Weather App
Sun over Perseverance Rover
We rarely get to see the sun from the raw images captured. It’s just refreshing to view the natural light from the same star that gives warmth to earth. the very reason life thrives on our planet. Though the question, “did Mars once supported life?” still a mystery, for sure the solar rays are the very reason our robot rover will sustain it’s mission in its new home, permanently. Enjoy the video above and the raw still frames from Sol 77 below.
Pictures are worth thousand words. So, I’m just sharing all photos as captured by NASA Mars Perseverance Rover currently on the Red planet. Photo, crawled using NASA API. Really helpful delivered to my inbox. With additional steps, reflected the structured table into this post. Here’s how you can go back to the technical on how we crawl these raw images as Percy streams it to NASA lend us with the API
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