The most advanced exploration vehicle in human history For the past 1.5 years, NASA has been traversing the arid regions of Jezero Crater on Mars in search of interesting places to collect samples. In carrying out his mission, he was greatly assisted by the first Martian drone called Ingenuity.
NASA has now announced it The robot has entered a critical phase of its missionwhich consists of Drop 10 samples on the surface Collected from different areas of the crater. This process will take the next 30 days and will be done at a place called Three Forks. The first sample is already on the surface. As confirmation, the agency published a photo of a titanium container taken by one of Perseverance’s navigation cameras.
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