Following the successful landing of the NASA’s science rover Perseverance the world has started to get the glimpse of the data sent by the rover back to the earth. The first set of images and video of landing was shared by the official twitter handle of the NASA.
This week…— NASA (@NASA) February 21, 2021
Mars landing! The world watched @NASAPersevere's successful touchdown
The S.S. Katherine Johnson cargo spacecraft launched to @Space_Station
A new date for @BoeingSpace's uncrewed Starliner test flight
Watch: https://t.co/tKdY9ykyGc pic.twitter.com/OpagtektDq
As @NASAPersevere instruments come online, we are using processes and lessons learned from @MarsCuriosity. Thanks for all your interest and your patience! It will be worth the wait! pic.twitter.com/3iAa70WQqO— Thomas Zurbuchen (@Dr_ThomasZ) February 21, 2021
Describing the mission as the most ambitious US mission out of the earlier 20 mars missions by NASA, the scientific fraternity is excited to carry out the studies hoping to achieve a major breakthrough trough this mission.