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NASA’s Perseverance Rover Lands on MARS – 1 new feat for humans (News)

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Perseverance of NASA lands on MARS

NASA’s Perseverance rover lands on Mars successfully. The Perseverance rover lands and the mission marks an ambitious first step in the effort to collect Mars samples and return them to Earth. Humans have always thought about outer space and how to counter and win over it. They have always tried to make spaceships and rockets to explore the area beyond the earth’s surface just over the pure curiosity of what is going on there and if there is any type of life form present in those terrains.

NASA operates with the sole purpose of discovering the mysteries and wonders of the space of our solar system and the whole universe. They have achieved amazing feats including being able to take a picture of a Black Hole and many more. The Landing on MARS certainly stands a bit above all of that. Remember when the biggest feat in the history of humans was the landing on Moon.

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NASA exclaims over Perseverance Rover Lands on MARS:

Link 1: Perseverance Rover Lands on the Red Planet

Link 2: Touchdown! NASA’s Mars Perseverance Rover Safely Lands on Red Planet

“This perseverance rover lands on Mars mission is one of those important moments for NASA, the United States, and space exploration globally – when we know we are on the brink of disclosing and sharpening our pencils, so to speak, to reinvent everything in the convention,” said acting NASA Administrator Steve Jurczyk. “The Mars 2020 Perseverance mission symbolizes our nation’s spirit of persevering even in the most dangerous of situations, inspiring, and advancing science and exploration. The mission itself signifies the human ideal of persevering toward the future and will help us prepare for human exploration of the Red Planet.”

NASA Administrator

“Perseverance is the most carefully crafted robotic geologist ever made, but making sure that microscopic life once existed carries a humongous burden of proof,” said Lori Glaze, director of NASA’s Planetary Science Division. “While we’ll learn a lot with the amazing instruments we have on the rover, it may very well need the far more capable laboratories and instruments back here on Earth to tell us whether our samples carry evidence that Mars once harbored life.”

NASA Administrator

“Landing on Mars is always amazingly hard work and we are proud to continue building on our earlier success,” said JPL Director Michael Watkins. “But, while Perseverance goes forward towards that success, this rover is also firing up its path and daring new tasks in the surface mission. We built the rover not just to land but to find and accumulate the best scientific examples for return to Earth, and its incredibly complex sampling process and autonomy not only enable that job, but they also set the stage for upcoming robotic and crewed missions.”

NASA Administrator

Note: The main reason for sending Perseverance Rover on Mars was supposed ‘Astrobiology’ Research.

Here are some of the images Perseverance Rover snapped:

One can also watch the video to get an experience of perseverance rover lands on Mars:

Conclusion to Perseverance Rover Lands

We are social beings. Again, we also love to know more and more about the unknown and unexplored things and beings. one of the biggest things to explore stands before us humans is Mars and the rest of the solar system. The Solar System can give us stimulation to our existence and we are too excited to know about the rest of the solar system as much as we can know. The best thing about these expeditions like the Perseverance Rover Lands on MARS is that we can never cease to know more and more.

People are dying on this planet. Earth is being polluted and destroyed by the same humans. As a result, it is now too necessary to actually ponder and make preparations to jump over to other planets and satellites if possible. One of those obstacles to actually making a habitable environment on other planets is MARS and the toxic environment of the red planet. The Reddish soil, the abundance of more than 95% of Carbon Dioxide in the air which will kill us is a suitable enough challenge for the seemingly best (still) creation of the whole universe.

Till then, keep flying!

Md Ashfak Faysal

Md Ashfak Faysal

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