After that, NASA announced that a ship would come to Mars to take the rocks from the rover and bring them to Earth. Once the rocks reach Earth, researchers and scientists will study them. It is believed that by studying the rocks, one might see how the Earth was formed, which also contains the Earth and many other things it has in common with Mars, being telluric planets. "There are potentially older rocks in the 'South Séítah' region ahead of us, so having this younger sample can help us reconstruct the whole timeline of Jezero," said Vivian Sun, one of the mission's scientists at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Southern California. . We wish NASA success and all those working on this project to discover as much as possible.
Article by: Andacs Robert Eugen