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Successfully landing on Mars of NASA Perseverance Rover and Ingenuity Mars helicopter.


Successfully landing on Mars of NASA Perseverance Rover and Ingenuity Mars helicopter.

 Successful Landing of Persistence Rover and Ingenuity Mars Helicopter to Mars, Successful Touchdown in Mission Control in NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory at 3:55 pm was confirmed, taken by Perseverance Rover, first image shows,  That Perseverance Rover is perfectly fine, and is ready to travel to Mars. NASA Science Associate Administrator Thomas Zurbuchen says that due to the exciting events of today, it is another step for the first sample from carefully documented locations on another planet to return to Earth.

On July 30, 2020, the Fortitude Rover was launched from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida, and on February 9, the Fortitude Rover successfully entered Mars orbit. The Perseverance Rover is designed to explore an ancient river delta called the Jazero Crater, the Perseverance Rover with its 2,263-pound (1,026 kg) robotic geologist and astrobiologist in his two-year ‘Gizero Crater’ The test will have to undergo several weeks before starting the science investigation.

The Perseverance Rover will examine the reef and sediments of the ancient lakebed and river delta of Jezero, to mark the geology of the region and the climate of the past, the purpose of this investigation is to promote astronomy, with signs of ancient microbes  The search is also included. The Mars sample Returncampage, being planned by NASA and ESA (European Space Agency), will allow scientists on Earth to study samples collected strongly to discover definite signs of past life using instruments.

The Perseverance Rover equipped with seven elementary science equipment, and sent to Mars with more cameras, such a complex sample caching system – the first sent into space, the Zzero region for fossilized remains of ancient microscopic Martian life from the Perseverance Rover  Will scour

Mastcam-Z is an advanced camera system with panoramic and stereoscopic imaging capabilities as well as zooming capability. This device will assist in determining the mineralogy of the Martian surface as well as the rover operation.

Mastcam-Z is an advanced camera system with panoramic and stereoscopic imaging capabilities as well as zooming capability. This device will assist in determining the mineralogy of the Martian surface as well as the rover operation.

Supercam, which can help provide imaging, chemical composition analysis and mineralogy. It is capable of analyzing distant objects, such as rocks and will help detect the presence of organic compounds in the regolith.

Planetary Instrument for X-Ray Lithochemistry (PIXL) Lithochemistry designed for the Persistence Rover as part of the Mars 2020 mission, it is an X-ray fluorescence spectrometer that provides information on the surface of Mars with a fundamental structure  Will determine, predictably, that PIXL will provide capabilities allowing more detailed detection and analysis of chemical elements than ever before.

For Organics and Chemicals (SHERLOC), it will scan the habitable environment with Raman and Luminescence, an ultraviolet Raman spectrometer, the spectrometer uses an ultraviolet (UV) laser to determine the level of mineralogy and detect organic compounds. SHERLOC is the first UV Raman spectrometer to fly on the surface of Mars, which will provide complementary measurements with other instruments in the payload, SHERLOC includes a high-resolution color camera for microscopic imaging of the surface of Mars.

The Mars Oxygen ISRU Experiment (MOXIE), an exploration technology testing system, will produce oxygen from Martian atmospheric carbon dioxide.

Mars Environmental Dynamics Analyzer (MEDA) is a set of sensors that will provide measurements of temperature, wind speed and direction, pressure, relative humidity, and dust size molecules.

Mars’ subsurface experiment (RIMFAX) is for radar imager, which will provide centimeter-scale resolution of a geological structure.

A primary objective for the mission of persistence on Mars is astronomy research, which involves the discovery of signs of ancient microbial life. The Persistence Rover will mark the geology and past climate of Mars, the first mission to collect and cache Martian rock and regoliths, paving the way for human exploration of the Red Planet.