Perseverance is equipped with a total of 23 cameras, including those mainly used in the entry, descent and landing phases, which is clearly over now.
These cameras have different engineering or scientific uses, and all the images they capture will be relayed back to the earth. Since data from NASA’s scientific missions should enter the public domain, all these images will be dumped into a large and growing database of original images, which is available online.
Our video team picked some of the best images returned so far and put together excellent and surprising meditation super clips above Perseverance’s habitat on Mars.
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