Connect with us

world

America’s Mars Mission: Perceived Rover ran 21 feet for the first time on the Red Planet; Traces of wheels on the soil, NASA shared photo

Published

on

America's Mars Mission: Perceived Rover ran 21 feet for the first time on the Red Planet;  Traces of wheels on the soil, NASA shared photo Funny Jokes

The US Space Agency NASA shared a photo of the trail of the Perceiver's Rover on Mars.  The rover covered a distance of around 6.5 meters in 33 minutes.  Research will be done on Mars through the rover for the next 2 years.  - Dainik Bhaskar

The US Space Agency NASA shared a photo of the trail of the Perceiver’s Rover on Mars. The rover covered a distance of around 6.5 meters in 33 minutes. Research will be done on Mars through the rover for the next 2 years.

The Perceived Rover, which was sent to Mars by the US Space Agency NASA, advanced from its landing place for the first time on Friday. Test drive up to 21.3 feet. Due to this, the marks of his wheels were made on the soil of Mars. NASA has shared the photo of these scars on social media.

NASA said in its official statement that in this test drive we examined all the systems, subsystems and devices of Perceivers. He said that where Percerence started his mission, he has now been named ‘Octia e Butler’s Landing’. The name is named after a science fiction author.

Will travel 200 meters daily in the coming days
The statement said that when the rover starts working on the mars for its science goal, we hope that it will travel the regular 656 feet i.e. 200 meters. Perceiveance Rover Mobility Testbed Engineer Anaïs Jarifaian said this was the first experience for us. The 6 wheels of the rover are working great. It will be able to take us into the world of science for the next 2 years.

Process lasted 33 minutes
This process of running and testing the perseverance lasted for about 33 minutes. First he walked 13 feet and then with a 150 degree left turn he came back about 8 feet. He is now in his Temperate Parking Space.

This photo was made shortly before the rover landed on Mars.  It was released by NASA.

This photo was made shortly before the rover landed on Mars. It was released by NASA.

Landed on Mars on 18 February
Percussion Mars Rover landed on Mars on the intervening night of 18–19 February to search for life. It made landing on the most dangerous surface of Mars at the Jaziro crater at around 2 pm according to Indian time. There used to be water on this surface. NASA has claimed that this is the most accurate landing on the rover’s marshes in history so far. The Perceived Rover will also bring samples of rocks from the Red Planet.

Will explore water and explore life
Perseverance and engineering helicopters will make oxygen from carbon dioxide on Mars. It will also look for signs of life under the ground besides searching for water and examining them. Its Mars Environmental Dynamic Analyzer (MEDA) will study the weather and climate of Mars.

Perseverance sent this first photo of Mars to NASA.  Both the surface and the rover of Mars are visible in it.

Perseverance sent this first photo of Mars to NASA. Both the surface and the rover of Mars are visible in it.

23 cameras in Perception Rover
Percision Rover has 23 cameras and two microphones installed to record the latest video and voice of Mars. Ingenuity is also the first helicopter to reach another planet with a rover. Parachutes and retrorackets are fitted for this. Smooth landing was possible only through this. Now the rover will explore the Jaziro crater for two years.

Rover weighs 1000 kg
The Perceived Rover weighs 1000 kg. This will be done by nuclear power. For the first time, plutonium is being used as a fuel in a rover. This rover will operate on Mars for 10 years. It has a 7-foot robotic arm, 23 cameras and a drill machine. At the same time, the weight of the helicopter is 2 kg.

There are more news…

.