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We have a new iconic space exploration image to celebrate, and it is every bit as powerful as the finestof the Moon. On Thursday, and it had a suite of cameras to watch the action.
Rover initially sent some back, But NASA has begun releasing some real stunners, including a wild downward view of the rover’s down to Mars .
“The moment that my team had dreamed of for years is now a reality. Perseverance team tweeted As she shared the image.
The image below shows a complete look at the rover with the surface of dust and rocky marshes. “A camera shot on my ‘jetpack’ captured me in midair before my wheels fell down,” NASA said in a follow-up tweet.
The rover is busy sending data back from the red planet. The entry, descent and landing, or EDL, process was captured by cameras and microphones, which should eventually give us an unprecedented look at the “seven-minute panic” that it takes to land on Mars.
NASA hopes to release more than the landing by Monday and hopes to have audio sharing, assuming the system is planned. By then, this first, awe-inspiring EDL photo could become the latest entry in Imagery Hall, a place of fame, right next to itAnd this .
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