Mars is a paradise for meteorites. When the rover meets one of the messengers from space, it is always eye-catching. Scientists are currently studying a porous rock discovered by NASA̵
NASA has not announced what the rock is, but the Perseverance team tweeted on Wednesday: “Although the helicopter is ready, I can’t help but check the nearby rocks. The strange thing is that my science team is trading a lot of hypotheses.”
The rover team said that the rock was about 6 inches (15 cm) long and told space fans to observe the image carefully to “found a row of laser markings. I will break it to learn more.”
Perseverance isDesigned to help it collect data about the geology of Mars.you could . When sharing laser audio in early March, NASA said: “The change in the intensity of the beating sound will provide information about the physical structure of the target, such as its relative hardness or the presence of a weather-resistant coating.”
Researchers have come up with some ideas about rocks, including possibly weathered bedrock, a small patch of Mars from elsewhere, which was thrown off by impact events or meteorites.
Perseverance has become attractive to meteorites.Have aThe Sherloc (using Raman and luminescence technology to scan organics and chemicals in the habitable environment) instrument used in the rover. Therefore, NASA sent a piece of Mars back to Mars.
Wanderers spent some time doing rock surveys while they were in the rocksSo it can land on the ground before NASA hopes it will be the first powered controlled flight on another planet.
Among the gritty rocks, this is an exciting week of persistent mission.
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