WASHINGTON – The American Space Agency (NASA) showed recordings from the rover “Preserve”, which entered the atmosphere of Mars, landed and landed on the red planet on February 18, and the microphone also broadcast the first audio recording of sounds from this planet, it announced. OUR.
From the moment the parachute was activated, the camera system showed the entire descent process, showing the dynamic ride of the rover to the crater “Jezero”, reports Tanjug.
The footage begins 11 kilometers above the surface and shows the opening of the largest parachute ever sent out of Earth, and ends with the touch of a rover and a crater.
– NASA’s Perseverance Mars Rover (@NASAPersevere) February 22, 2021
“For those who are wondering what it’s like to land on Mars, why it’s so difficult or how ‘cool’ it would be to do it, you have to look a little further. ‘Preserve’ is just warming up and has already sent us some historical footage in space exploration. He confirmed the extraordinary level at which it was built and the precision that is necessary to make a spacecraft and land a rover on Mars “, said the acting president of NASA, Steve Jurčjak.
A little rocking, a little engine throttling, and a gentle lowering to the ground. @NASAJPL Entry, Descent, and Landing lead explains what @NASAPersevere saw as she touched down on the surface of Mars: pic.twitter.com/gc7NdC0od2
– NASA (@NASA) February 22, 2021
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