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USA News – According to information received by Ultra-Fast World News, the Mars Space Rover spacecraft from NASA has sent its first color photo and selfie to the world from Mars. On Friday night, NASA shared the whole world via social media. Not only that, for the first time a helicopter on another planet sent its first report to NASA.
In this, the helicopter said that everything is fine here after landing. The report also mentioned the temperature of Mars. The night temperature is 90 degrees below zero.
Hello world, this is my first look
According to information received by the ultra-high-speed World News, Perseverance Rover has landed on an 820-foot deep crater called JZero, a companion who is sharing her first selfie with the world. Mangal’s photo and selfie shared from Perseverance Rover’s social media account. Her text, “Hello world, my first look from my home forever.” Another message reads: “ Another scene was seen behind me. Welcome to JZero. “
NASA claims, the most accurate landing ever
According to information received by the ultra-fast World News, the Percussion Mars landed on Mars in search of life. It landed on the most dangerous surface of Mars at Jaziro Crater at around 2 pm on Thursday and Friday, according to Indian time. There was water on this surface. NASA has claimed this is the most accurate landing on Mars in history. The perceived craft will also bring samples of rocks from the Red Planet.
According to information received by the World News ultra-fast, the six-wheeled robot reached 47 million kilometers in seven months and quickly reached its target. The last seven minutes were very difficult and dangerous. At this point it came at 12,000 mph in just 7 minutes. A decline followed.
The fourth generation Rover V is on mission
According to information received by ultra-fast World News, even before that, four NASA rovers landed on Mars. Perception is the fourth generation of NASA’s rovers. Sozoner was sent earlier in 1997 for Pathfinder. Then it was sent to Spirit and Opportunity in 2004. In 2012, Curiosity camped out on Mars.