NASA scientists have successfully directed the Curiosity spacecraft to dig into the soil of Mars from their homes, 125 million miles from the Red Planet, due to closure and isolation orders due to the outbreak of the Corona virus, using laptop computers and services. Chat to plan the task.
Scientists from the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory continue to explore the Red Planet from their homes, without using advanced equipment.
And «NASA» began planning for her researchers to be able to work from home starting last March, and the first mission was carried out completely from a distance, and sent headphones, monitoring screens and other equipment to the scientists ’homes.
The newspaper “Daily Mail” indicated that the first mission to work completely remotely for the vehicle, witnessed the team directing “Curiosity” drilling in sandstone to collect soil samples that can be tested later.