NASA delivered new pictures on Wednesday showing a lovely panorama of Mars taken by its recently landed Perseverance rover.
The rover’s Mastcam-Z camera framework took 142 pictures after arriving on the Red Planet on Sunday.
The main top quality photographs of the planet show the edge of Jezero Crater, an ancient lake that is accepted to have had water and life billions of years prior.
“It’s magnificent, it’s dusty, and we love it! This top notch all encompassing picture from NASA Perseverance’s Mastcam-Z uncovers the edge of Jezero Crater and precipice face of an antiquated waterway delta somewhere out there,” NASA composed on Instagram.
The agency on Monday delivered video of its arrival — including the hair-raising “seven minutes of fear” it encountered while engaging through turbulent conditions to enter the atmosphere.