Not only is the joy in the latest NASA video that it’s good quality, it’s also that it’s made in 360 degrees.

The recording comes from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, California, which is special for several reasons: the landing site of the Perseverance Mars Passer can be viewed on it, 360 degrees, and in very good quality. JPL is one of NASA’s space centers, founded by Tódor Kármán, a Hungarian flow physicist and engineer who emigrated to the United States.

The Marsman of Perseverance has just arrived on the red planet, including Jezero Crater, the site of an ancient lake. So you can see this and the area in the recording. If you can handle your computer, be sure to set it to a higher resolution, because it will make the video even more detailed.

The 60-second recording is the merit of rover navigation cameras (Navcams). The material was put together by NASA people from six different images two days after the landing, on February 20th.

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