Shiny Drill bits, ready to churn and grind those those rocks. May it be Sedimentary (like sandstone) or igneous (formed by volcanic activity)
We already know the Perseverance rover is now in Science mode. This means that more target acquisition, investigation and samples collection. In this batch of images, let’s get to look the images of the flashy drill bits. Scarce as of the moment, but, worthy of pause and somehow enjoy the hardware the rover brings to the Red planet.
Jezero crater believed to have hold body of water in its distant past. Now that it’s a dried lake bed, we can expect a throve of formations that can provide evidence of its thriving ecosystem. It’s just hypothesis as of the moment, as to the possibility of living organisms this crater once hosted. It is not far fetched and besides the rovers role on this mission is an Astrobiologist.
It’s about to be digging and samples collecting, it’s going to be bulky and dusty from now on as Perseverance Rover now serious to crack open those rocks. May it be Sedimentary (like sandstone) or igneous (formed by volcanic activity). Enjoy the video above and of course you can still the Raw Still images 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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