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May 26, 2022

The Perseverance Rover of NASA captured a flying object on Mars

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The Perseverance rover has been on Mars for two weeks and has now spun its wheels and began its maiden trek over the red planet’s surface. According to new images transmitted to Earth by the one-ton robot on Friday, the voyage was a quick one.

Engineers have worked tirelessly to get the vehicle and its numerous equipment up and operating, including instruments and a robotic arm. Perseverance’s mission is to look for indications of alien life in the Jezero crater, which is located near the equator. This will take roughly 15 kilometers throughout the following Martian year (approximately two Earth years).

Scientists want to gain access to a series of rock formations in the crater that might provide traces of ancient biological activity. According to satellite images, one of them appears to be a delta, a structure consisting of silt and sand pushed up by a river as it reaches a larger body of water. In Jezero’s case, this greater mass was most likely a crater-wide lake that existed billions of years ago. However, Perseverance must first undertake an experiment before they can begin.

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