After a 300-million-mile journey and six months of traveling, the rover achieved to successfully land on the surface of Mars, overcoming the difficulties related to preparing the journey’s final stages during the pandemic. The triumphant outcome of the venture spread enthusiasm to all the world while Red Planet’s exploring is now more promising than ever. The mysterious planet that is located in our space neighbourhood can now be investigated to find out if it can be inhabited by humans.
Preservance pioneered in many ways. It is in charge of searching for signs of ancient life on Mars. It represents the first helicopter flying on another planet. It will provide the scientists the first recordings of sound on Mars. It incorporates cutting-edge technology and is about to function for the next few years. The rover will explore Jezero Crater, the site of an ancient lake that existed 3.9 billion years ago, and search for microfossils in the rocks and soil there. Follow-up missions will return samples of this site collected by Perseverance to Earth by the 2030s.
Now that the rover has landed, the mission truly begins, and the best is yet to come!