The figure at the top of Perseverance can be interpreted as a family photo, but also as a tattoo. The image commemorates NASA devices that have also reached Mars.

Among the first Martian recordings shared by Perseverance, one also returned to Earth showing the top cover of the Martian orbit. This is also interesting because the many parts include an image that can be interpreted as a family photo or even a tattoo:

The figure didn’t come to Mars orbit by accident: it commemorates NASA devices that had previously also reached the red planet. Perseverance is officially the fifth U.S. spacecraft to reach Mars thanks to NASA expertise.

The work can be viewed in a slightly larger size here:

Since its landing last week, Perseverance has also sent photos, video and Martian sounds back to Earth.

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