If you’re searching for news about perseverance, NASA’s latest Mars rover, Google has a treat to help you celebrate.
A ton of mobile labs made a slow descent on an ancient lake bed on Mars on Thursday afternoon, describing an episode in the mission as “seven minutes of terror” because a lot of things could go wrong that derailed the mission. Will take it off. The Jezero crater, once covered with water, is believed to represent a site where evidence of life can be found.
The mission marked the beginning of a new era in the search for Mars, and to celebrate the successful touchdown, Google switched off fireworks, on its search engine. A simple search for persistence will launch an Easter egg of virtual pyrotechnics on your search results page.
While the Perseverance mission is scheduled to last for one Mars year – the equivalent of about 687 Earth days – there’s someone saying how long Google’s celebration will be around, so when we can really knock our socks off there is something to wait for See the show for