NASA has recently successfully landed its new rover, Perseverance, on the planet Mars and now the rover has started operating and is ready to carry out its mission on the red planet.
Previously, photos of the planet Mars’ surface were taken from one of the Perseverance cameras uploaded by NASA, now they shared a video showing the moment Perseverance rover landed smoothly.
The moment began with the fall of the capsule carrying the rover, the opening of the parachute, and the release of the rover using rocket power.
This captured footage is one of the great achievements for NASA because this is the most crucial moments when sending a rover called ‘7 Minutes of Terror’.
“The new video from NASA’s Perseverance rover scored a new milestone when the rover landed on Mars on February 18,” NASA wrote in a description of its video.
In addition to presenting a video of the Perseverance landing on Mars, NASA is known to also upload a 360-degree view of the Martian surface in the Jezero Crater area that you can see as if you were using the Google Street View service.