Mars: ‘7-minute panic’ of robot persistence in search of life on the red planet

Mars: '7-minute panic' of robot persistence in search of life on the red planet

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Perseverance, the new robot that NASA launched towards Mars was close to landing

The Perseverance Robot is arriving at its final destination, Mars, where it is scheduled to arrive on 18 February 2021.

In this animation that NASA (American Space Agency) has just delivered, you will be able to see what a “seven minute panic” would be, which would finalize the expected arrival on the Red Planet.

In that time, the firmness will go at a speed of 19,500 km / h which is on top of the Martyr atmosphere, known as the Jjaro crater.

Once, the robot would look for signs of microscopic life on the planet for at least one Mars year (about 687 Earth days).

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