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NASA has released an interactive 4K video of the Perseverance landing site on Mars, and the clip features the latest stunning image from the space mission as it comes at a 360-degree angle to a landing site.
The exact minute-long video was captured by Perseverance’s colorful Navcams cameras on the rover’s mast, and you can navigate the scene in 360 degrees in a web browser or via the YouTube app on your phone, which will convey the feeling of being on a planet other than Earth. .
The vehicle contains a total of 23 cameras, which is more than any number of cameras on any surface of any spacecraft that has gone to the Red Planet so far, and they are divided so that there are 16 engineering and science cameras and another seven that recorded those dramatic images of entry and landing.
The sound of the wind was also posted on The red planet It was captured at the landing site with the spacecraft’s microphones on NASA’s Soundcloud account.
Results of the Perseverance mission on Mars
NASA’s Perseverance spacecraft 4796 has taken an initial image so far, and it is able to transfer data at rates up to 2 megabits per second into orbits, and then the orbits of Mars will transfer the data back to Earth.
The size of the video clip of the spacecraft descending to the surface of Mars was about 30 gigabytes of images collected together.
Designed to look for signs of life and better understand ancient Mars geology, the craft will spend at least a year of Mars years (two years on Earth) exploring the area around the landing site.