Successful scientific mission by Perseverance

Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech
Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech


NASA has announced that the first rock on Mars has been successfully collected!

The first stone sample was placed in one of the rover's compartments where he will keep it, until a rocket comes and takes the stone and brings it to Earth.

Perseverence was applauded by NASA and after NASA wrote on its behalf on twitter: "I understand." The rover will continue its mission to Mars, to collect more rocks from Mars, which after they will have to reach Earth, will be analyzed and studied by scientists and researchers.

This stone was collected on September 2, this year 2021, but due to the poor lighting conditions, no one saw if the stone was collected, only now, after 3 days it was seen exactly, that after the rover drilled with the drill, he took out the stone.

The rover also tried to take samples from Mars in its first scientific mission, but unfortunately failed.

It's great that now everything went according to plan.

We wish success to NASA and the Perseverence rover further, as well as to all those working on this mission to be able to discover new data and the rover to collect new information.

Article by: Andacs Robert Eugen

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