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Photos From Perseverance's Mission To Mars
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02-23-2021 03:44 AM

 




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horn Photos From Perseverance's Mission To Mars
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During its harrowing descent to the surface of Mars last Thursday, NASA's Perseverance rover captured video that the agency is calling "How to Land on Mars." The video, along with other newly released footage, gives earthlings back home a better sense of the sights and sounds on the red planet.

Cameras on "Percy," as the rover is affectionately called at mission control, show for the first time the perspective of a spacecraft landing on Mars. The video begins 230 seconds after the rover entered the Martian atmosphere, with the inflation of the rover's parachute 7 miles above the Martian surface, and ends with the rover touching down on the surface.
The first audio of Mars was also picked up briefly by a microphone on the rover, which captured a few seconds of a Martian breeze and sounds of the rover operating once it reached the surface.
However, the microphone did not capture any "usable data" of the descent itself -- but it did survive the process.
The rover Twitter account also shared the sounds: "Now that you've seen Mars, hear it. Grab some headphones and listen to the first sounds captured by one of my microphones."


The rover and its attached helicopter, called Ingenuity, landed on Mars Thursday, February 18.
After landing, the rover relayed back data and images using NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, which has been circling the planet since 2006.
The first black-and-white images of the rover's landing site were available almost immediately. Last Friday, the first color images were shared. The rover also sent back a never-before-seen view: What it looks like to land on Mars. This image is one still from the video that was shared Monday.
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Professor Dangle
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02-23-2021 08:33 AM

 




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What the human race truly wants to know.

ARE THERE CHEESEBURGERS ON MARS???
OR NOT!?

Wasting my time otherwise
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02-23-2021 10:28 AM

 




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Professor Dangle  Wrote: (02-23-2021 08:33 AM)
What the human race truly wants to know.

ARE THERE CHEESEBURGERS ON MARS???
OR NOT!?

Wasting my time otherwise

Not at moment but i'm sure their will be in the future. McDonalds on moon first then Mars.
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02-23-2021 10:30 AM

 




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RE: Photos From Perseverance's Mission To Mars
LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-23-2021 10:28 AM)
Professor Dangle  Wrote: (02-23-2021 08:33 AM)
What the human race truly wants to know.

ARE THERE CHEESEBURGERS ON MARS???
OR NOT!?

Wasting my time otherwise

Not at moment but i'm sure their will be in the future. McDonalds on moon first then Mars.

They may be synthetic shite or vegan though way things going....Cows on mars would be a good thing though...lol
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