NASA released 360-degree panorama of Mars Perseverance Rover, Told where- where the parts of the rover fell

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On February 18, NASA made the Perseverance Rover's landing on Mars. At the time of landing, several parts of this rover fell at different places, including the parachute, heat shield, and rover. Where all these things fell is a question, but the spacecraft Exomars Orbiter of the European Space Agency ESA has found the answer. This orbiter took a picture of a site, in which all these parts are clearly visible. Apart from this, NASA also took a 360-degree panorama of Mars taken from the rover and shared it on its social media. Let's have a glimpse of the stock panorama picture from NASA.



NASA's Perseverance Rover has taken a 360-degree panorama of its surroundings. It is an HD picture and is made by combining 142 small images. These 142 photos have been selected from thousands of photographs taken since 21 February. Let us know that Mastcam-Z mounted on the rover has taken these pictures. By adding these pictures, a 360 panorama photo has been created.


Apart from this, navigation cameras on top of NASA's surveillance rover i.e. Navcams have also taken 360-degree panorama of Mars. In this, the land, pits of the Jager crater of Mars, the distant hills behind, and the front and rear part of the rover are clearly visible. According to the information given by NASA, six photographs have been added to make this picture.

Mastcam-Z of NASA's Mars Persistence Rover has taken a picture. In this picture, a stone is seen from a distance, which looks like someone is hiding from a distance and looking towards the rover. However, when the picture was zoomed in, it was found that it was nothing but a stone. This stone has become human in shape due to fast-moving winds on Mars. Information about the Mastcam-Z lens and quality is being found in these photos.

Mars Persistence Rover made a landing in the most dangerous place of Mars at the Jagero Crater. Scientists knew that Jazero was the location of a large lake 3.5 billion years ago. A scientist said that it was not easy to take pictures of Mars. A scientist said that when we take a picture, it takes a time to get the signal to Mars and it takes another day to come back. That is, a picture is taken in two days. Scientists said that only stones are filled with stones in the Jjera crater.