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The first message from the red planet … everything is fine here

NASA showed both pictures to the whole world via social media. Not only this, for the first time, the Engineer Helicopter reached another planet has also sent its first report to NASA. In this, the helicopter has told that everything is fine after he landed on the surface of Mars. The night temperature has been reported to be below 90 degrees Celsius in the report.

Perseverance Rover made a landing on an 820-foot deep crater called Jaziro. From there shared her first selfie with the world. Mangal’s photo and selfie have been released from Perception Rover’s social media account. It reads, ‘Hello World, my first look from my forever home.’ Another post reads, ‘Another scene is seen behind me.

Welcome to JZero. ‘ Precision Rover made landing on Jaziro crater, the most dangerous surface of Mars, at around 2 pm on Thursday and Friday, according to Indian time. The rover will also bring rock samples from the Red Planet. The six-wheeled robot completed 47 million kilometers of travel in seven months and quickly reached its goal.

According to scientists, the Jaziro crater is the surface of Mars, where there was once a huge lake. Scientists hope that if there was ever life on Mars, its signs will be found here in the form of fossils. Perception Rover and Engineer Helicopter will work to make oxygen from carbon dioxide on Mars. In addition to life signs under the ground, it will also search for water and investigate them. It’s Mars Environmental Dynamics Analyzer will study weather and climate.

The Perceived Rover weighs 1000 kg. It will run with atomic energy. For the first time, plutonium is being used as fuel in a rover. This rover will operate on Mars for 10 years. It has a seven-foot robotic arm, 23 cameras, and a drill machine. At the same time, the weight of the helicopter is two kilograms.

India also has high hopes from this campaign. On 30 September 2014, an agreement was reached between the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) and the US NASA. In this agreement, there was talk of the mission of Earth and Mars together. At that time ISRO was headed by Dr. K Radhakrishnan, and Charles Bolden headed NASA.

The two scientists met separately to attend the International Astronautical Congress in Toronto. Both had signed a manifesto. After this, NASA and ISRO formed a ‘NASA-ISRO Mars Working Group’. The objective was to promote mutual cooperation between the institutions of the two countries. Apart from this, there was a mutual agreement for the ‘NASA-ISRO Synthetic Aperture Radar Mission’.

ISRO and NASA are working on a plan to launch the satellite in 2022. This satellite will alert natural disasters. It will be the world’s most expensive ‘Earth Observation Satellite’. Its potential cost is coming to about 10 thousand crores. India is preparing for its Mangalyaan-2. For this, information from NASA’s Mars Perception Rover will be useful.

The percussion Mars Rover Engineer helicopter sent by NASA to Mars has reached its mark. The rover made the landing on the Jaziro crater, the most dangerous surface on Mars. There was sometimes water on this surface. The rover will also bring rock samples from the Red Planet. The rover and the engineer helicopter will work on Mars to produce oxygen from carbon dioxide. NASA will also provide information about this mission to India, which ISRO will use in preparation for its Mangalyaan-2 mission.

The percussion Mars Rover Engineer helicopter sent by NASA to Mars has reached its mark. The rover made the landing on the Jaziro crater, the most dangerous surface on Mars. There was sometimes water on this surface. The rover will also bring rock samples from the Red Planet. The rover and the engineer helicopter will work on Mars to produce oxygen from carbon dioxide. NASA will also provide information about this mission to India, which ISRO will use in preparation for its Mangalyaan-2 mission.

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