Touchdown confirmed :NASA Perseverance rover lands on Mars

Touchdown confirmed :NASA Perseverance rover lands on Mars

GANDHINAGAR, WNS; In an important step in the search for life in the universe, the US space agency National Veronica-Space Agency (NASA) unmanned spacecraft Perseverance Rover successfully landed on Mars, known as the Red Planet, at 2.25 am Indian time. The 'Touchdown Confirm' message was also released by NASA around the world, releasing the first image of the rover, giving evidence of the importance of the entire solar system formed by the cosmic phenomenon of the 'Big-Bang' theory billions of years ago and the Earth-like atmosphere and water. Has embarked on the most important mission. With the landing of the rover, specially prepared for this entire mission located in California. Zumi woke up with all the joy at the Propulsion Laboratory. Passenger Mimi Ogg of the entire mission said in a very encouraging tone that it could not be a great achievement that we would inform the world about the real atmosphere on Mars. The rover is the fifth unmanned spacecraft to land on Mars but is believed to be the heaviest and most SUV-like capacity ever. It comes with a robotic arm and 19 cameras and two microphones that can capture even the slowest sounds. The land of Mars, which is considered to be the hardest, has managed to land on the hardest surface ever. This rover will be sent to many areas of Mars like a car. The spacecraft will be operational until mid-2030. US President Joe Biden credited NASA for the success, saying the United States had once again introduced American power to its science.

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