The first ever Mars rover landing video is about to arrive on Earth. You can watch the live broadcast provided by NASA today.
At 2 pm Eastern Time (1900 GMT), the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) announced the video of the “Perseverance” landing on Mars from the “Mars Rover” itself. You can watch the event here and on the Space.com homepage provided by NASA TV. Perseverance landed on Mars on Thursday (February 18) and began looking for signs of ancient life on Mars, collecting samples and studying the unprecedented red planet.
“Now, @NASAPersevere has landed, and after entering the Martian atmosphere, we will release the first video of the Martian descent and landing,”
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This video sequence will land persistently on the “Jezero Crater” (Jezero Crater) on Mars. Scientists from the Perseverance Mission shared this video on Friday, and they posted a photo in which “Perseverance Flight” hung above Mars from a rocket-powered smallpox taken during an epic shooting.Seven minutes of horror“Landing. The high-definition pictures released by NASA on Twitter have been liked more than 150,000 times and have been reposted nearly 30,000 times only from the official Percy account.
The photo caption says: “The moment my team dreamed of, has now become a reality. Dare to do big things.” Task added another tweet. “This was taken by the lens on my’jetpack’ camera. I was caught in the air before my wheels landed.”
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Since the photo was released, we have been waiting for the complete video, because Perseverance gradually uploaded the data to the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter and then rebroadcast it to NASA’s Deep Space Antenna Network, which tracks missions throughout the universe. According to reports, as of 5pm Eastern Standard Time on Sunday (2200 GMT), information from MRO has been downloaded to the Madrid antenna. Deep Space Network Today From NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
From its landing site at Jezero Crater, the rover can send up to 2 megabits of data per second to the running MRO.Perseverance was It was also monitored by three other spaceships during the landing.Ultimately, we should Get 4K video from Perseverance Journey, This is interplanetary priority.
In addition to sending landing video to Earth, Perseverance is currently checking its main systems before it can roll on the planet. JPL controller works at Mars time Make the most of the first few months of the mission.
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