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Nasa Releases First Video Of Rover Perseverance Landing On Mars – NewsNet

Nasa Has Finally Released Both Video And Audio From Mars, After The Perseverance Rover Landed Last Thursday. Nasa Tweeted Out The Video Showing The World A First Look At The Historic Decent Of The Rover Onto The Planets Surface. The Video Showed Up-close Footage Of The Landing That Was Recorded By Camera’s Located On The Bottom Of The Rover.

The Rover Performed A “Sky Crane Maneuver” Before It Finally Touched Down. The Rover Is Equipped With 23 Cameras That Have Advanced Capabilities.

According To Nasa They Created A Panoramic View Of The Red Planet From 20,000 Pictures.

Acting Nasa Administrator Steve Jurczyk Said The “Perseverance Is Just Getting Started, And Already Has Provided Some Of The Most Iconic Visuals In Space Exploration History.”

He Added That The Key Mission Of The Rover Is To Collect Data And Material From Mars That Can Prove Or Disprove “Signs Of Ancient Microbial Life.”

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